4 edition of The constitutional history and constitution of the Church of England found in the catalog.
|Statement||translated from the German of Felix Makower|
|Contributions||White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 545 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||545|
The UK constitution has not been codified in one document, like the Constitution of South Africa, Bunreacht na hÉireann in Ireland or the Grundgesetz in r, general constitutional principles run through the law, and central statutes have been recognised as holding "constitutional" value. The main sources of law, which "constitute" the body politic of the UK, are Acts of. Originally published: Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xxviii, pp. Although Maitland never intended to publish these lectures, they have long been regarded as one of the best introductions to the English Constitution. Delivered in the winter of and spring of , and edited and published in by one of Maitland's students, Herbert A.L. Fisher, they cover the period.
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The settlement of has remained the basis of the constitutional position of the Church of England ever since, a constitutional position in which the Church of England has remained the established Church with a range of legal privileges and responsibilities, but with ever increasing religious and civil rights being granted to other Christians, those of other faiths and those of no faith at all.
The Constitutional Practice and Discipline of the Methodist Church Book II The Deeds The Constitutional Practice and Discipline of the Methodist Church Part 1 Deed of Union The Deed of Union, adopted by the uniting conference in (see s.
8(1) of the Constitution of the Church of England (Continuing) 1. Doctrine: The doctrine of the Continuing Church shall be that of the 39 Articles of Religion understood in their original, natural and intended sense.
Worship: The worship of the Continuing Church shall be generally according to the Book of Common Prayer (). Three twentieth‐century constitutional crises in which the authority of the sovereign was in question are then analysed.
Finally, the book considers how the monarchy is financed, and the relationship between the monarchy and the Church of England and the monarchy and the Commonwealth.
The history of the UK constitution, though officially beginning intraces back to a time long before the four nations of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland were fully formed.  The UK constitution is an accumulation of various statutes, judicial precedents, convention, treaties and other sources which collectively can be referred to as the British Constitution.
Book Description: Henry Hallam () was a journalist, historian of the English constitution and literary scholar. First published inthis two-volume book documents the history of the laws and institutions of England from to /5(1).
A Constitutional History of the United Kingdom is recommended for students and interested general public.' History, Vol 32 No 3, Spring 'This is a thorough, respectful history of constitutional developments in the United Kingdom from ancient times through to the recent changes under the European Union and the New Labour by: 2.
Five disputations of church government and worship / by: Baxter, Richard, Published: () A history of canon law in conjunction with other branches of jurisprudence with chapters on the royal supremacy and the report of the Commission on Ecclesiastical Courts / by: Dodd, J.
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Mine still does: and I am delighted to have the Courts, the Church and the Constitution as an unsentimental companion to set alongside it. - Frank Cramer, Durham, Ecclesiastical Law Journal A riveting insight into the way one of the greatest Scottish judges of the late 20th century thought and wrote about one of the greatest crises of the mid.
History of the constitution of the church --Sources of ecclesiastical law --Relation of the church of England to other Christian churches --The clergy and their orders --The several authorities in the church.
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[Felix Makower].The constitutional history and constitution of the Church of England; tr. from the German of Felix Makower.