* Rush. vol. ii. p. 9. Rush. vol. ii. p. 10. v Rush. vol. ii. p. 11, 12, 13, 247. v* Rush. vol. ii: p. 49. v Statutum de militibus. v * Rymer, tom. xv. p. 124. v Rymer, tom. xv. p. 493, 504. The law was pretended to be obsolete; though only one reign had intervened since the last execution of it. Barnard, lecturer of St.
II. non statutum. et cap. non examplo. The solution is that where rules fail recourse must be had from similars to similars, otherwise not. Likewise the argument holds that good is assumed from the very fact that it has come from something good. As VII. quaest. I. omnis qui. & XXXIIII. quaest. I. cum beatissimus. IX. quaest. II. Lugdunensis. XII. quaest. I. expedit. XXVIII. quaest. I. sic enim.