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A W.

BY

RICHARD BURN,

LL.D.

CHANCELLOR OF THE DIOCESE OF CARLISLE,
AND VICAR OF ORTON IN THE COUNTY
OF WESTMORLAND.

"The Temporal Law and the Ecclefiaftical Law are fo
"coupled together, that the one cannot fubfift without
"the other."
Lord COKE in Moore's Rep.

THE SIXTH EDITION;

WITH NOTES AND REFERENCES

By SIMON FRASER, Esq.

BARRISTER AT LAW.

IN FOUR VOLUMES.

VOL. III.

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LONDON:

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Ne admittas.

NE admittas (fo called from those words in the writ,

Prohibemus ne admittas) is a writ directed to the bishop at the fuit of one who is patron of any church, and he doubts that the bishop will collate a clerk of his own, or admit a clerk prefented by another, to the fame benefice: then he that doubts it fhall have this writ, to prohibit the bishop that he fhall not collate or admit any to that church, pending the fuit. Terms of the L. (a)

New ftyle. See kalendar.

Nodurn.

OCTURN, was a fervice fo called, from the ancient chriftians rifing in the night to perform the fame. Gibf. 263.

Nomination to a benefice. See Benefice,

See Diffenters.

Non-conformists.
Non-refidence. See Refidence.
Notable goods. See Wills,

Rotary publick.

1. A Notary was anciently a fcribe, that only took notes Notary, who

or minutes, and made fhort draughts of writings, and other inftruments, both publick and private. But at

VOL. III.

(a) See vol. i. p. 31.
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