Report of the Proceedings of the House of Lords on the Claims to the Barony of Gardner: With an Appendix, Containing a Collection of Cases Illustrative of the Law of Legitimacy

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Henry Butterworth, 1828 - 505 pagina's
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Pagina 492 - Complete Collection of the Treaties and Conventions, and Reciprocal Regulations, at present subsisting between Great Britain and Foreign Powers, and of the Laws, Decrees, and Orders in Council concerning the same, so far as they relate to Commerce and Navigation...
Pagina 425 - Where the legitimacy of a child, in such a case, is disputed, on the ground that the husband was not the father of such child. the question to be left to the jury is whether the husband was the father of such child ? and the evidence to prove that he was not the father, must be of such facts and circumstances as are sufficient to prove, to the satisfaction of a jury, that no sexual intercourse took place between the husband and wife at any time, when, by such intercourse, the husband could, by the...
Pagina 424 - That after proof given of such access of the husband and wife, by which, according to the laws of nature, he might be the father of a child (by...
Pagina 425 - ... wife, until that presumption is encountered by such evidence as proves, to the satisfaction of those who are to decide the question, that such sexual intercourse did not take place at any time, when by such intercourse the husband could, according to the laws of' nature, be the father of such child.
Pagina 262 - That the presumption of legitimacy arising from the birth of a child during wedlock, the husband and wife not being proved to be impotent' and having opportunities of access to each other, during the period in which, a child could be begotten and born in the course of nature, may be rebutted by circumstances inducing a contrary presumption ;
Pagina 418 - Quaeque coronala lustrari debeat agna. Egregium sanctumque virum si cerno , bimembri Hoc monstrum puero vel mirandis sub aratro 65 Piscibus inventis et fetae comparo mulae, Sollicitus, tamquam lapides effuderit imber Examenque apium longa consederit uva Culmine delubri, tamquam in mare fluxerit amnis Gurgitibus miris et lactis vertice torrens.
Pagina 425 - That the presumption of the legitimacy of a child born in lawful wedlock, the husband not being separated from his wife by a sentence of divorce...
Pagina 226 - ... presumption is encountered by such evidence as proves to the satisfaction of those who are to decide the question, that such sexual intercourse did not take place at any time when, by such intercourse, the husband could, according to the laws of nature, be the father of the child.17 In Head v.
Pagina 222 - By the common law, if the husband be within the four seas, that is, within the jurisdiction of the King of England...
Pagina 459 - Davis," (William Davis, the brother of the mother, being a servant of Sir Edward Boughton). Sir Edward brought up and educated Eliza Davis as his child, and by his will, dated on the 26th of January, 1794, he devised considerable estates to her, by the description of his daughter Eliza, for her life, and after her decease, to the heirs of her body in tail general, provided she married with the consent of her guardians, and the husband she married should take upon him the name of Boughton. After the...

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