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" Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject. "
A discourse on the duties which Britons owe, especially in the present ... - Page 13
by Christopher Hodgson - 1804
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volumes 1-4

Sir William Blackstone - 1791
...and aliens, fuch as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the fubject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the fubje£h The thing itfclf, or fubftantial part of it, is founded in reafon and the nature of government...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1791
...aliens, fuch as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the f-ubje£t to7 the king, in return for that protection which' the king affords the fubjedt. The thing itfelf, or fubftantial part of it, is founded in reafon and the nature of government...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1807
...and aliens, such as ace born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject. The thing itself, or substantial part of it, is founded in reason and the nature of government...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England: In Four Books, Volume 1

William Blackstone - 1825
...and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject. The thing itself, or substantial part of it, is founded in reason and the nature of government...
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Volume 1

Sir William Blackstone - 1825
...and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject. The thing itself, or substantial part of it, is founded in reason and the nature of government...
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Brief remarks on 'The declaration of the Catholic bishops, the vicars ...

Philip Allwood - 1826
...Protestant subjects of the empire. In fact, " ALLEGIANCE is the tie, or ligamen, which binds " the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king " affords the subject."' It is founded in reason, and in the nature of government. According to Bracton, and agreeably...
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 11

1834
...king; and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject." 1 Bl. Comm. 366. ' The common law divides all persons into two classes, aliens and subjects....
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The Utter Extinction of Slavery an Object of Scripture Prophecy: A Lecture ...

Joseph Ivimey - 1832 - 74 pages
...king; and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie or ligamen which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject." " Next to personal security, the law of England, regards, asserts, and preserves the personal...
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The Abolitionist, Volume 1

1833
...king: and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject.' 1 Bl. Comm. 366. The common law divides all persons into two classes, aliens and subjects....
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The Abolitionist

1833
...king: and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject.' 1 Bl. Comm. 3G6. The common law divides all persons into two classes, aliens and subjects....
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