Domesday book special services due when the king went to sea ; Ships of and Dover held its liberties in return for ... Yet the kings , possessing so extensive a sea - board in both Eng- The fleets land and France , were never at a loss ...
When documentary history begins great inequality exists in the distribution of land ; great proprietors are found in the possession of great estates . Nothing more substantial than conjecture can probabili explain the origin of such ...
Thus from the beginning of the history of the city there has been rivalry between various sections of the city while the Government was planning for its development . The controversy between the landholders led Thomas Jefferson to make ...
If such an attempt had played any important part in history , we must admit that the question of the paternity would be decisive , and considerations as to the property would only be the consequence , not the ...
Author: Carl Nicolai Starcke
Publisher: London : K. Paul, Trench
For annotations see German edition ... ; Die primitive familie in ihrer Entstehung und Entwickelung.
... false might be drawn Parallel between the eleventh , or even the twelfth century , and the history . fifteenth . ... the peace was never well kept , the law was never well executed ; individual life and property were insecure ...
Where the original groundbrief of several trans- origin bodies of assumed kinsmen settled on land and ports cannot ... the Modern Notions of Country and Sovereignty ; the history of the smaller in the Modern Notions of Landed Property .
How does it happen that the origin and nature little , becomes connected with the surface of the of an institution ... and commerce to bring property to its degree of clearness , only since the end of the last highest development .
How does it happen that the origin and nature | little , becomes connected with the surface of the of an institution ... and commerce to bring property to its degree of clearness , only since the end of the last highest development .
Yet a reasonable candor may prompt the friends and sympathizers with the party aggrieved by the legal decision to allow for ... But why could not a church seceding by a positive majority of its members carry with it church property ?
To explain the origin of any particular right , therefore , one must explain the motivations and reasoning of both parties . ... two rights as concrete examples - one civil , one property — and I now recount their history briefly . II .
Author: Ellen Frankel Paul
Publisher: SUNY Press
This book is a discussion of current trends in the constitutional protection of economic liberties. Since the mid-1930s, the Supreme Court has been reluctant to replace legislative judgements on matters of economic regulation with its own. While the Court permits wide legislative experimentation in the economic realm, it scrutinizes governmental attempts to regulate or abridge other civil liberties quite closely. This state of affairs is known as the double standard. The question of the appropriateness of this unequal treatment by the Court of these two classes of liberties generates much of the controversy in this volume. Other topics dealt with include the current trends in (and relevance of) constitutional law for welfare rights, labor unions, and labor law. Recent Supreme Court decisions on property rights also receive much attention.
PUB PRI selected by his colleagues in office , 221 ; who is eligible for the office , ii . ... 28 ; its functions , 33 , 38 ; under Parliamentary government , 52 ; no longer a deliberative body , 58 ; its history after the Restoration ...
56 when they first sat in the House _ PUB SOV law regulating their presence in Parliament , 259 ... See also Exchequer and Audit Office standing committee of , its origin and functions , i.589 ; its reports , 593 Public Health Office ...
The history of the larger “ 5. If any man have 2 , 3 , or more ground briefs of groups ends in the Modern Notions of Country and small parcels of land they shall be comprised in one Sovereignty ; the history of the smaller in the ...
P 534 A statement of socialism in its various aspects, and a history of socialism in all countries, together with statistics and biographical notes on prominent ... P 539 LETOURNEAU, C. Property : its origin and [early] development.
Her critique should therefore be broadened and modified to include these regions beyond the peat lands. Indeed, Bas Van Bavel has drawn atten- tion to the development of agrarian capitalist social-property relations in another area of ...
Author: Spencer Dimmock
Category: Political Science
In The Origin of Capitalism in England, 1400-1600, Spencer Dimmock has produced a challenging and multi-layered account of a historical rupture in English feudal society which led to the first sustained transition to agrarian capitalism and consequent industrial revolution.
The latter are comparatively short―― · union of absolute trust in his own powers with A His most marked characteristic is his self - sighted , thinking little of the morrow ; but dependence . ... Property : its Origin and Development .
... that of securing for their property the nature of an Italian domain ; that is , exemption from certain imposts . ' Day by day the idea of Roman citizenship was becoming feebler , stifled by the rich development of municipal life .
It had its origin in the Middle Ages , but its more recent development has been of a very modern character . The private ownership of land , its monopolization by a few ; the private ownership of capital , the means of production and ...
... towards the realisation of individual ownership of property . In the first part of this chapter I have suggested a motive for the origin and development of the change from communistic sexual relations to individual marriage .