Consanguinity (Jewish law) : Boaz and Ruth : a disquisition upon Deut. 25, 5, concerning the brothers propagating the name and memory of his elder brother deceased : in which the antiquity, reason, and circumstances of that law are explained, the mistakes and impositions of the Jewish rabbins, in this and other matters detected ... / by John Turner ...
Consanguinity (Law) -- England. : Two discourses introductory to a disquisition demonstrating the unlawfulness of the marriage of cousin Germans, from law, reason, Scripture, and antiquity / by John Turner ...
Consanguinity (Law) -- Europe. : An essay on collateral consanguinity : it's limits, extent, and duration; more particularly as it is regarded by the statutes of All Souls College in the University of Oxford.
Consanguinity -- Tables -- Early works to 1800. : An admonition to all such as shall intende hereafter to enter the state of matrimony : godly, and agreeably to lawes. Fyrste, that they contract not to suche persons as be hereafter expressed, nor with any of like degree, against the lawe of God and the lawes of the realm. Secondly, that they make no secrete contractes without consente and counsaile of theire parents or elders, vnder whose authoritie they bee: contery to Gods lawes and mans ordinaunces. Thirdly, that they contract not a new with any other vpon diuorse [and] separation made by the judge for a time, the lawes yet standing to the contrary. Set forth by the moste reuerende father in God, Matthew, Archbyshop of Canterbury, primate of all Englande, and metropolitane.
Conscience, Examination of -- England -- Early works to 1800. : A serious exhortation unto self-examination. Delivered in V. sermons, on 2 Cor.xiii.5 : Examine your selves, whether ye be in the faith: prove your own selves: know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates? By Tho. Wadsworth, M.A. Minister of the Gospel sometimes at Newington-Butts, Southwark.
Conscience in literature -- Early works to 1800. : Here begynneth a matere spekynge of a place that is named the abbay of the holy ghost/ : yt shall be foũded or groũded in a clene conseyence/ in whiche abbaye shall dwelle .xxix. ladyes ghostly.