Definition of Stannaries
1. stannary [n] - See also: stannary
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Literary usage of Stannaries
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Auditing by Lawrence Robert Dicksee (1902)
"THE stannaries ACT, 1869. 32 and 33 Viet. c. 19. Interpretation. 2. ... This Act extends only to mines within the stannaries, and subject to the ..."
2. Auditing: A Practical Manual for Auditors by Lawrence Robert Dicksee (1900)
"THE stannaries ACT 1887. 50 and 51 Viet. c. 43. Interpretation. 2. ... means the stannaries of Cornwall and Devon : The term " Vice-Warden " means the ..."
3. The Law of Mines, Quarries and Minerals by Robert Forster MacSwinney (1884)
"THE stannaries Court lias jurisdiction through the counties of « Cornwall and Devon ;- and it is peculiar to those counties. The Court for Cornwall is ..."
4. Constitutional Law of England by Edward Wavell Ridges (1915)
"The Court of the stannaries. From the earliest times the Crown enjoyed certain royal rights over the mines in Devonshire and Cornwall, and the mines in ..."
5. Harvard Economic Studies by Harvard University Dept. of Economics (1907)
"CHAPTER IV THE stannaries AND THE CROWN. ADMINISTRATION AND JUSTICE WHATEVER may have been their original status, the tinners by the first half of the ..."
6. Report and Transactions (1876)
"The letter proceeds to confirm in the fullest manner the ancient customs and privileges of the stannaries, and commands " that no sheriff, commissioner, ..."
7. On Parliamentary Government in England: Its Origin, Development, and by Alpheus Todd (1869)
"He exercises both a common law and an equity jurisdiction as judge of the stannaries Court, and is appointed by the Duke of Cornwall during ' good behaviour ..."
8. On Parliamentary Government in England: Its Origin, Development, and by Alpheus Todd (1869)
"... vice-warden of the stannaries, in the Duchy of Cornwall, i< another functionary having judicial powers within certain limit> specially assigned to him. ..."