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Death of one of two crown defendants . . 276
Of a title—Prerogative as to . , . 114,15,16
Oaths of, form of .... . • . 16
ABUSE (of Office).
Forfeiture of office by .85
(See Pardon.) 93,4,5,100
With crown—distringas ad computandum not necessary:
extent lies . . 269
King not obliged to oiler subject .... 378
ACT OF PARLIAMENT.
Prerogative as to assenting or dissenting to .74
ACT OF PARLIAMENT.
What binds crownt—(See Statutes.)
What actions king may maintain . . . 245
May sue where he pleases . . . ibid.
King and subject joining in an action , 245, 6
May abate for subject and stand as to king . . 246
King cannot be sued by action, and why? , 339, 40
King bound by judicial sale in Admiralty Court—(See
Courts Offices.) 226
To obtain extent, &c.—(See Extents.) . . . 322
Requisite to obtain ne exeat regno .... 23
King may exempt a person from being elected . 20
AJLDERNEY, Isle of.
Prerogative as to 28
Form of . .16
By whom to be administered
Two justices of the peace . . .17
By any one appointed by the privy council . ibid*
Or by commissioner under great seal . . ibid.
To be taken by every person admitted into any public
office, &c. . . . . . ibid.
To be administered to members of the Universities
the age of 18 years .... ibid.
Also to preacher and teachers of separate congregations ibid.
Refusal to take disqualifies fdr holding any office, &c. 18
Though voluntary by crown debtor before crown lien
good ... . . 298
Who are ?—'(See Natural-born subject*.) . . 13
Owe allegiance, when—(See Allegiance.) . . 12,13
Naturalization of.—(See Naturalization.) . . 14,15
Granting the lands to their relations, &c, . . . 235
Cannot take lands by descent.—(Vide Esclieat.) . 228, 9
Inquisition when necessary to entitle King to his lands 249
Alien may come into the country without licence, but
semble Crown may order them out . . 49
King may prevent ingress or egress of enemies and bow 48, 9
Right of Crown to debts due to alien enemy . . 43
in this country for . . 50
For what purpose passed . .... 49
Crown has no prerogative copyright in . . 340
King sends and receives . .... 40
Appointment of them .... . ibid.
Licences or passports from to enemy . . . 48, 9
King may amend at any time ... . 334
King cannot be amerced .... 374
Judgment of for subject—(See Judgment.) ;348, 9, &c.
ANNE'S, Queen, bounty 66
When King may grant , . . 389
To King in Council from his foreign territories—(See
Privy Council.) . . . . .- 28, 9
But foreign Court must first give some judgment . 29
King cannot direct re-hearing . ... ibid.
To King as head of church, and how granted . 55, &c.
How determined . ..... 57
Does not lie from a local visitor, nor in cases of a tem-
Where King concerned, party may appeal to spiritual
From places exempt, must be made immediately to
King in Chancery . . ... 57
APPEARING and claiming on extents—(See Extents Re-
What it is, and old doctrine of . . . 93, 4
Who is an, and doctrine of approvement . . ibid.
ARCHBISHOP (See Church—Bishop—Temporalities.)
Appointment of, how, and by whom . . . 57, 8
Archbisbopricks of King's foundation . 59
His power to grant dispensations ... .53
ARMS AND AMMUNITION.
King may prohibit exportation of . .49
Prerogative as to . . . . 45,6
King cannot compel subject to enlist, or go out of the
country . ..... 46, 7
Of course King never subject to . 374
What King's servants protected, and when, &c. . 374, 5* 6