Ecclesiastical law -- Cases. : Defence of John Canfield Sterling, presbyter, on his trial upon presentment for alleged schismatical conduct, in the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Ecclesiastical law -- Communist countries. : The church and state under communism : a special study / prepared by the Law Library of the Library of Congress for the Subcommittee to Investigate the Administration of the Internal Security Act and Other Internal Security Laws of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate.
Ecclesiastical law -- Dictionaries. : Cours alphabétique et méthodique de droit canon : mis en rapport avec le droit civil ecclésiastique, ancien et modern : contenant tout ce qui peut donner une connaissance exacte, complete et actuelle / par M. L'Abbé André.
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- 17th century. : Constitutions and canons ecclesiastical. [electronic resource] : Treated upon by the Bishop of London, president of the convocation for the province of Canterbury, and the rest of the bishops and clergy of the said province; and greed [sic] upon with the Kings Majesties licence in their synod begun at London, anno Dom. 1603. And in the year of the reign of our soveraign Lord James, by the grace of God, King of England, France, and Ireland the first, and of Scotland the 37. / And now published for the due observation of them, by his Majesties authority under the Great Seal of England..
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Anecdotes : The Spirituall courts epitomized in a dialogue betwixt two proctors, Busie Body and Scrape-all and their discourse of the want of their former employment [electronic resource]
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Canterbury -- Early works to 1800. : Constitutiones legitime seu legatine regionis Anglicane : cu[m] subtilissima interpretatione d[omi]ni Iohannis de Athon, tripliciq[ue] tabella : Necnon et [con]stitutiones prouinciales ab archiepiscopis Cantuariensibus edite : Et su[m]ma accuratione recognite, annotate et Parisijs coimpresse.
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Canterbury (Province) : Provinciale, (seu Constitvtiones Angliae,) continens constitutiones provinciales quatordecim archiepiscoporum Cantuarensium, viz. à Stephano Langtono ad Henricum Chichleium; cum summariis atque eruditis annotationibus, summá accuratione denuo revisum atque impressum; auctore Gvlielmo Lyndwood ... Cui adjiciuntur Constitutiones legatinae d. Othonis, et d. Othoboni, cardinalivm, & Sedis Apostolicae in Anglia legatorum, cum profundissimis annotationibus Johannis de Athona. Huic editioni nunc primùm accesserunt Constitutiones provinciales antedictorum archiepiscoporum, & aliorum, fine glossematis in ordinem digestae. Omnia ab innumeris ... erroribus atque mendis purgata ac restituta ...
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Cases -- Early works to 1800. : The trial of the Rev. Mr. James Altham, of Harlow, in the county of Essex, vicar of St. Olave Jewry, rector of St. Martin, Iron-monger-Lane, and one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the County of Essex, for adultery, defamation and obscenity : in the Consistorial and Episcopal Court of London, at Doctors Commons, setting forth the whole of the evidence in that astonishing trial.
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Chichester. : In the Court of Arches, before the Right Hon. Stephen Lushington, D.C.L., official principal of the Arches Court of Canterbury [electronic resource] : the office of the judge promoted by the Rev. George Braithwaite against the very Rev. Walter Farquhar Hook, D.D., dean of Chichester / from the short-hand notes of Messrs. Reed, Robeson, and Woodward.
Ecclesiastical law -- England -- Forms -- Early works to 1800. : The clerk's instructor in the ecclesiastical courts : consisting of a variety of the best precedents in English now made use of in the practice of the civil law, together with several adjudged cases, letters of induction into a living, &c. : also, a treatise concerning pluralities, the dispensation of them according to the statute of 21 Hen. 8. and of retainder of chaplains : published for the benefit of the students and practitioners in ecclesiastical courts, as also for clergymen, attornies and others who would be acquainted with the method of proceeding herein / by a Gentleman of Doctors Commons.