An Analytical Digest of All the Reported Cases Decided in the Supreme Courts of Judicature in India: In the Courts of the Hon. East-India Company, and on Appeal from India, by Her Majesty in Council. Together with an Introduction, Notes, Illustrative and Explanatory, and an Appendix, Volume 1
W. H. Allen and Company, 1850
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Page clii - Canada for the time being and all other persons whom it may concern are to take notice and govern themselves accordingly.
Page xxiii - Calcutta : provided that their inheritance, and succession to lands, rents and goods and all matters of contract and dealing between party and party...
Page ccviii - ... a knowledge of right, the supreme authority is divine revelation. 14. "But, when there are two sacred texts, apparently inconsistent, both are held to be law; for both are pronounced by the wise to be valid and reconcilable. 15. "Thus in the Veda are these texts : "let the sacrifice be when the sun has arisen...
Page clxii - Majesty's charters or otherwise, and the jurisdictions thereof, and for all places and things whatsoever within and throughout the whole and every part of the said territories, and for all servants of the said Company within the dominions of princes and states in alliance with the said Company...
Page clxii - Majesty, and to make laws and regulations for all persons, whether British or native, Foreigners or others, and for all courts of justice whatever, and for all places and things whatever within the said territories, and for all servants of the Government of India within the dominions of Princes and States in alliance with Her Majesty...
Page clxiii - Commissioners," with all such powers as shall be necessary for the purposes hereinafter mentioned; and the said Commissioners shall fully inquire into the Jurisdiction, Powers, and Rules of the existing Courts of Justice and Police Establishments in the said territories, and all existing forms of judicial procedure, and into the nature and operation of all laws, whether civil or criminal, written or customary, prevailing and in force in any part of the said territories...
Page cxciv - of kings, far more powerful and rigid than they : nothing " can be mightier than law, by whose aid, as by that of the " highest monarch, even the weak may prevail over the strong.
Page clvii - Bengal, from time to time, to make and issue such rules, ordinances, and regulations, for the good order and civil government of the said united company's settlement at Fort- William aforesaid, and other factories and places subordinate, or to be subordinate thereto, as shall be deemed just and reasonable (such rules, ordinances, and regulations, not being repugnant to the laws of the realm...