Search Results for "G"
civil law. A pilot or steersman of a ship. 2 Pet. Adm. Dec.
A traveller who stays at an inn or tavern-with the consent
keeper: Bac. Ab. Inns, C 5, 8 Co. 32. And if, after having... more
GUIDON DE LA MER, (LE)
The name of a treatise on maritime law, written
in Rouen, then Normandy, in 1671, as is supposed. it was received on the
continent of Europe... more
A fraternity or company. Guild hall, the place of meeting of
guilds. Beames, Glanville, 108 (n).
crim. law. That quality which renders criminal and liable to
punishment, or it is that disposition to violate the law, which has
manifested itself by some act... more
The state or condition of a person who has committed a crime,
misdemeanor or offence.
2. This word implies a malicious intent, and must... more