10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APPELLOR»
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Judicial Tribunals in England and Europe, 1200-1700: The ...
Table 3.1 Jury verdicts by level of appellor participation, 1218-22 and 1246-94
Level of appellor participation Number in data set % guilty Appellor died before
trial Appellor retracted or did not prosecute Appellor settled with defendant
Maureen Mulholland, Brian Pullan, R. A. Melikan, 2003
The Oxford History of the Laws of England Volume II: 871-1216
instances, compensation, not punishment of the offender, continued to be the
victim's desire.115 Appeal, denial, and exceptions The parties had essoins
available to them.116 However, ifboth parties were present, the appellor
repeated the ...
Reeves' History of the English law: from the time of the ...
the appellor was a clerk. The appeal might also be deferred for a time, by
alleging the minority of either the appellor or appellee.1 If none of these
exceptions could be made and supported, the duel might be waged. We have
seen in what ...
John Reeves, William Francis Finlason, 1869
A New Abridgment of the Law
fine unto the king ; and (f) if peradventure such appellor be |^jCjn " not able to
recompense the damages, it shall be inquired by ... he shall be punished by
imprisonment and to essences " restitution of damages, as before is said of the
Matthew Bacon, Sir Henry Gwillim, 1798
The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: General index and a ...
7 vol. 412. APPEAL OF DEATH. In what case only a woman shall have such
appeal. 2 vol. 418. See Editor's note. 2 vol. 715. APPRENTICE. See Master and
Apprentice. APPEAL OF MURDER. The appellant being acquitted, the appellor
South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord, 1841
The Statutes at Large: From the ... Year of the Reign of ... ...
The Appellant being acquitted, the Appellor and Abetters íhall be puniíhed. There
íhall be no Eíïbin for the Appellor. ThePunîftmcnt of an Appellor for a falfe Appeal.
12 Co. i}6. Hob. 9S. Kiti. Darcagf, Fitz. Coron. lj# 77, 98, 386. 1 1 Co. 77.
The History of the Pleas of the Crown: In Two Volumes
42. b. r - When the appellee conies in he may take his legal excep- L233J t;ons to
insufficiency of the appeal, as that the appellor is not in prison but at large, 21 iu 3
. 18. a. Coron. 448. 6 H. 6. Coron. 231. or that the appellor is within age, ...
Matthew Hale, George Wilson, Thomas Dogherty, 1800
History of the English Law: From the Time of the Saxons to ...
CML that it would not lie between the appellor and appellee, _ HENRY UL being
lord and tenant, or lord and villain 5 that there was no mention in the appeal de
vrsu et auditu; that there was a variation in the name; that the appellor had once ...
The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts, 1685-1716
The Appellant being acquitted, the Appellor and Abettors shall be punished. 53
j c j > There shall be no Essoin for the Appellor. Punishment of FORASMUCH as
many, through malice intending to grieve other, do an Appellor for procure false ...
South Carolina, Thomas Cooper, David James McCord, 1837
Women in Thirteenth-century Lincolnshire
29 ELAR,no. 630. 30 Ibid. no. 673. 31 Ibid. nos 587, 747. 32 Ibid. nos 620, 649.
33 Ibid.no. 566. 34 Ibid. nos 736, 764, 913. 35 Ibid. nos 560, 798. 36 JUST1/486,
m. 4d. But both the victim and the appellor came from the same village. 37 Ibid. m
Louise J. Wilkinson, 2007