Definition of CLARENDON


CLARENDON

The constitutions of Clarendon were certain statutes made
in the reign of Henry H., of England, in a parliament holden at Clarendon,
by which the king cheeked the power of the pope and his clergy. 4 Bl. Com.
415.

Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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