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" be fworn at the table, well and truly to try the matter of the Petition referred to them, and a true Judgement give according to the evidence ; the Speaker "
Statuts Provinciaux de Bas-Canada - Page 430
by Québec (Province) - 1805
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Statutes at Large ...: (43 v.) ... From Magna charta to 1800

Great Britain - 1768
...together we one hour, to the two members nominated as aforefaid, fhall be fworn attb deliver a lift table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred I of them ; them, and a true judgement to give according to the evidence the nonn'nees, and ^ a " be...
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Laws Concerning the Election of Members of Parliament: With the ...

A gentleman of the Inner-Temple - Election law - 1774 - 408 pages
...Names of the thirteen Members, together with the two Members nominated as atorefaid, fhall be fworn ac the Table, well and truly to try the Matter of the Petition referred to them, and a true Judgment to give according to the Evidence, and fhall be a feleft Committee to try and determine the...
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A Treatise on the Law of Elections: In All Its Branches

Sir John Simeon - Election law - 1789 - 176 pages
...remaining ; and the faid thirteen members, together . with the two members nominated as aforefaid, fhall be fworn at the table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to them, and and a true judgment to give according to the evidence; and fhall be a feledVcommittee to try and determine...
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A Systematical View of the Laws of England: As Treated of in a ..., Volume 1

Richard Wooddeson - Law - 1792
...be drawn inftead thereof: that the faid thirteen members, drawn by lot, and the two nominees, mall be fworn at the table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to them, and a true judgment to give according to the evidence, and (hall be a JelecJ committee to try and determine the...
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The History of the Cases of Controverted Elections: Which Were Tried and ...

Sylvester Douglas Baron Glenbervie - 1802
...remaining; and the faid thirteen members, together with the two members, nominated as aforefaid, fhall be fworn at the table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to them, and a true judgment to give according to the evidence ; and fhall be a felect Committee to try and determine the...
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The Statutes at Large from the Magna Charta, to the End of the ..., Volume 28

Great Britain - Law - 1807
...together with one hour, to the two members nominated as aforefaid, ihall be fworn at the deliver a lift table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to of them j them, and a true judgement to give according to the evidence; the nominees and ^ ia '^ ^...
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A Collection of the Acts Passed in the Parliament of Great Britain ...

Ontario - Law - 1818 - 32 pages
...(excepting the Member or Members whose election shall be contested) with the Speaker, shall be sworn at the Table, well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to them, aad a true judgment give, according to the evidence ; the Speaker shall then take the chair, the doors...
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A Practical Treatise on the Law of Elections, Relating to England ..., Volume 2

William Thomas Roe - Election law - 1819
...the said thirteen members, " together with the two " members nominated as " aforesaid, shall be sworn at " the table, " well and truly " to try the matter of the peti" tion referred to them, and a " true judgment to give ac" cording to the evidence;" " and shall...
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A Summary Treatise of the Practice and Proceedings in Parliament, the ...

Anthony Hammond - Election law - 1825 - 93 pages
...the bar, are delivered to the House by the clerk. The thirteen and two nominees are thereupon sworn at the table, "well and truly to try the matter of the petition referred to them, and a true judgment to give according to the evidence;" and thereby become a select committee to try and determine...
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A summary of the law relative to the election of members of parliament

Henry John Shepherd - 1825
...the terms of the statute, which gives it jurisdiction; < e > by which the members are to be sworn " well and truly to try the matter of the " petition referred to them," and are " a Select Committee " to try and determine the merits of the return or Election " appointed by...
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