grand question concerning the judicature of the House of Peers

stated and argued, and the case of Thomas Skinner merchant, complaining of the East India Company, with the proceedings thereupon, which gave occasion to that question, faithfully related. by Holles, Denzil Holles Baron

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  • Skinner, Thomas,
  • Great Britain. -- Parliament. -- House of Lords,
  • East India Company
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Pagination219 p.
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The House will observe that on the question two cases of competence were put: the first, on the competence of Managers for the House of Commons to give the evidence supposed to be offered by them, but which we deny to have been offered in the manner and for the purpose assumed in this question; the second is in a shape apparently more. The Book of Rates, instanced in by the House of Commons, was made in a Way different from all former Books of Rates; and by an Assembly, called without the King's Writs; and which wanted so much the Authority of Parliament, that the Act they made was no Act, till confirmed by this Parliament; and though the Work, which happily succeeded in.   What is the Judicature? Simply put, it is the organic processes of the state that are concerned with the determination of rights and obligations of citizens and other legal entities within its jurisdiction the physical manifestations of which are comprised in courts of law, tribunals, administrative and judicial panels, and allied institutions related to the. "And this will more sensibly appear to your Lordships, if the Grounds and Foundations of Judicature be examined; for there are several Precedents in Parliament, and some in Book Cases, which prove that the Judicature is not to be exercised by all the Lords, but only such as the King is pleased to appoint. So is the Book Case of 22 E. III. 3. a.

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Denzil Holles, 1st Baron Holles PC (31 October and on which occasion he published the tract The Grand Question concerning the Judicature of the House of Peeres and besides the pamphlets already mentioned above was the author of The Case Stated concerning the Judicature of the House of Peers in the Point of Appeals.

This was done and since this time the House of Lords has tacitly abandoned all claim to original jurisdiction in civil suits. See Lord Holles, The Grand Question concerning the Judicature of the House of Peers () ; T.

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London: Printed for Richard Chiswel, First Edition. 8vo. 1 f., pp. COLLATION: 1 leaf. In addition to the published speeches already mentioned, Holles was the author of many pamphlets, most of them anonymous.

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Skinner, complaining of the East India company, which gave occasion to that question related [By Denzyl, Lord Holles.] ()Died: Denzil Holles, 1st Baron Holles of Ifield, ca. Denzil Holles, 1st and on which occasion he published the tract The Grand Question concerning the Judicature of the House of and besides the pamphlets already mentioned above was the author of The Case Stated concerning the Judicature of the House of Peers in the Point of.

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By this Writ we do not find that the Commons are called to be any part of the Common Councel of the Kingdom, or of the Supream Court of Judicature, or to have any part of the Legislative Power, or to Consult de arduis regni negotiis, of the Difficult Busi∣nesses of the Kingdom.

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OR A full, necessary, seasonable enlarged Vindication, of the just, antient hereditary Right of the Earls, Lords, Peers, and Barons of this Realm to sit, vote, judge, in all the PARLIAMENTS of ENGLAND. Wherein their Right of Session, and Sole Power of Judicature with­out the Commons House, in Criminal, Civil, Ecclesiastical causes as well of Commons.

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