Ancient heraldic and antiquarian tracts by Sir James BalfourAncient heraldic and antiquarian tracts by Sir James Balfour

Ancient heraldic and antiquarian tracts

bySir James Balfour

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1837. Excerpt: ... holdin to be forfaulted. Leg. si qua Cod. de Secund. nupt. L. Senatoris. Filia fF d. senat. L. 1. Cod. ubi senator vel clariss. L. quoties de Dignitat. cap. Nobilis 2. Questi. 5. 91.--Bot wither or not by the Law, Brewers, Ventriers, Merchants, and suche tradesmen being noblie borne, by thesse occupations losse ther Nobility: this questione hes euer beine a contrauersey amongest the best civilians. 92.--By the Imperiall Constitutions of the Emperours Dioclesian and Maximilian, it is prohibit that Nobles wsse the Trades of Marchandize in L. Vine. Cod. de perfectiss, dignitat. By Honoring and Theodosius, also in L. Nobiliores 3. cap. de Locat. Zeno lykwayes in L. agentes. 1. cap. de Praeposs. agent in Reb.; and lastly by Justiniane tot, Tit. cap. Negotiat. ne militent. 93.--If then Nobles by playing the Merchant losse ther Nobility; falling as it wer from that dew reputatione wich formerly belonged to them, are by the Law then to be called and holdin as ignoble and vulgar persons. Schraderus consill. 44. n. 4. Franciscus Pseill Respon. 202. n. 34. § and Nobilis. 94.--Zet this conclusione is to be takin as it admitts some limitations, as in some places quher mercature is permitted by the Law of the Land, as in Venice, Florence, Genua, yea all Italy ouer, the Princes and Magnificoes playes the Merchant, and yet by the Lawes losses not a jot of ther nobility, altho the Germans esteeme the Italian Nobility basse in respecte of ther auen. Franciss. Pseild. L. N. 34 § neque hoc casu. 95.--Morouer in thesse places quher the usse of Merchandizing derogatts no poynt of his Nobility quho playes the Merchant, it is to be adverted to wither such is a grate Merchant and Venturer, or bot a poore pittefoger, chapeman, or retainer. The exercisse of Mercatour with...
Title:Ancient heraldic and antiquarian tractsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:34 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.07 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217777473

ISBN - 13:9780217777476