Context

Context of The rights of the clergy of that part of Great Britain call'd England : as established by the canons, the common law, and the statutes of the realm : being a methodical collection, under alphabetical heads, of all things relating to the clergy, which lie despersed in the volumes of those laws : but chiefly of such things which depend on acts of Parliament, and upon solemn resolutions of the judges in the courts of Westminster-Hall in cases concerning the rights, duties, power, and privileges of the clergy
Processing Feedback ...