And therefore, all the purveyance that he had ordained to make the temple with he took it Solomon his son, and he made it.
Stringent rules were made as to free quarters and purveyance.
The same fate attended an attempt of a like nature, to free the nation from the burden of purveyance.
purveyance, as I have already said, may serve to distinguish the defects from the abuses of our constitution.
Such always have been and such always will be some of the evils of the purveyance system.
Feudal dues and purveyance were abolished, and an excise voted to Charles in their place.
The ‘famous rights of purveyance and preemption’ were abolished by 12 Car.
The nature of this penalty, as I may call it, was founded on the Statute of purveyance, not then repealed.
These compositions arose out of the prerogative of purveyance.
We may observe that the article of purveyance is here very gently touched upon, and confined to a sign-manual.