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Lectures on the Principles of Local Government: Delivered at the London ...

 By George Laurence Gomme

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principles of local, John Austin, positive law
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county borough, municipal borough, Bishop of Bayeux
66
county of London, burgh, municipal boroughs
238
Henry III, Middlesex, Cinque Port
243
civil parishes, parish meeting, pawnbroking
250
Metropolitan Police District, Metropolitan Police Force, George III
260
EDWIN LAWRENCE GODKIN, Waverley Novels, JOHN UDALL

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Canterbury - Page 52
by reason of the great power which he had, he seized many lands belonging to the archbishopric of Canterbury, and some customs, and.
more pages: 53 90 93 198
Gloucester - Page 151
In matters of water supply, Gloucester appears to have been first to take the matter up as a municipal necessity. ...
more pages: 94 103 238
Banbury - Page 143
have definitely settled that the local conditions of Scotland in the last century, of Oxfordshire, as at Banbury, in the seventeenth century, ...
more pages: 111
Hamburg - Page 167
In Hamburg and some other continental ports it is supposed that fire insurance was in the hands of the municipality at the time the London Corporation ...
more pages: 175
Exeter - Page 16
and I will not endure that any man offer any wrong to you," and when Exeter claimed the position of an almost independent state, and would only ac-.
more pages: 266
London - Page 194
Another case of development of locality is that of parishes into districts, instances of which occur all round London and near many of the great ...
more pages: 11 100 101 105 172 193 196 198 201 202
Maidstone - Page 64
near Maidstone, exactly on the spot where the shire assembly of 1072 was held, and where the County Hall of to-day stands ; and I like to recall the ...
more pages: 238
Lambeth - Page 190
lighted or within 200 yards thereof ; in the case of Lambeth the limit was 500 yards, and under another Hampstead Act the limit was only 100 yards. ...
more pages: 235 253
Chichester - Page 151
and at Chichester the mayor and citizens obtained powers to cut out, trench, and draw the haven to the city suburbs. ...
Gothenburg - Page 146
divides private industrial enterprise from the functions of government is the sale of alcoholic liquors upon the now well-known Gothenburg system. ...
York - Page 100
that these internal divisions of the burgh are called by different names — they are shires in the city of York, hundreds in the burgh of Malmesbury, ...
more pages: 123
Norwich - Page 100
they are shires in the city of York, hundreds in the burgh of Malmesbury, leets in the city of Norwich, wards in the city of London and elsewhere. ...
Portsmouth - Page 202
attend him at Balmoral, at Portsmouth, or wherever the Court functions extend ; when a great criminal like Jabez Balfour escapes to South America, ...
Salford - Page 93
The first charter to Salford distinctly recognises the same right. As a matter of fact, these modern survivals are met with in almost all our chief ...
Liverpool - Page 151
In Liverpool, the corporation, in 1 709, gave for the construction of a convenient wet dock or basin four acres of land, parcel of the waste belonging ...
more pages: 211
Taunton - Page 174
Perhaps the earliest grant of a market is that of Taunton, in 904, where we get the interesting clause granting " the marketing of the said vill, ...
Hackney - Page 258
at courts other than Metropolitan Police Courts, and the proceeds of licenses for Hackney and stage carriages are also paid to the Police Fund. ...
Preston - Page 93
According to the ancient custumal of Preston, " no one can be a burgess unless he have a burgage of twelve feet in front," and this burgage carries ...
more pages: 94
Dover - Page 150
More than three hundred years ago tonnage rates on shipping were allowed to be levied for the improvement of Dover harbour (23 Eliz. cap. ...
Salisbury - Page 41
have scarcely left their mark upon local government ; smaller franchises, like cathedral closes, as at Salisbury, and abbey closes, as at Westminster, ...
Kensington - Page 100
Michael, St. Anne, St. Faith's, etc., the simple ecclesiastical name ; not St. Mary Abbots, Kensington ; St. Mary, Islington.
Manchester - Page 104
The statement was unanimously approved at a meeting of the association, held on the 4th December, 1896, in Manchester. ...
Peterborough - Page 67
Kesteven and Lindsey, in Lincolnshire, the soke of Peterborough, the Isle of Wight, East and West Suffolk, East and West Sussex, and, finally, ...
Croydon - Page 255
The county borough of Croydon. In the county of Herts the following parishes and places : — Aldenham (and Hamlet of St. ...
Hertford - Page 254
to add all parishes, etc., in the above-named counties, and in Hertford and Essex of which any part is within 1 2 miles of Charing Cross. ...
Plymouth - Page 81
Legal incorporation was not granted as a privilege until 1439, when Kingston-upon-Hull and Plymouth were incorporated — the first by charter, ...
Coventry - Page 261
Coventry . Salford . Ipswich . Wigan Lincoln (county borough Middlesex Birmingham London . Ratio per cent, of rates to rateable value. ...
Malmesbury - Page 100
that these internal divisions of the burgh are called by different names — they are shires in the city of York, hundreds in the burgh of Malmesbury, ...
more pages: 96
Austin - Page 140
Let me note in passing how this passage illustrates once more that no great authority, like Austin, or Bentham, or Mill, has thought fit to determine ...