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[Pamphlets on marriage with a deceased wife"s sister].

[Pamphlets on marriage with a deceased wife"s sister].

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Published .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Marriage with deceased wife"s sister -- Great Britain.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMarriage Law Reform Association.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1028 .P3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2456279M
      LC Control Number87159273

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: Marriage with a [Pamphlets on marriage with a deceased wifes sister]. book wife's sister: a reply to the article upon the subject in the "Quarterly review" for June, together with a short statement of the facts bearing upon the question.

(): Prichard, Edward: Books. By the wording of the Hebrew text a man is permitted to marry his deceased wife's sister, but not to have two sisters for wives at the same time, or one after the other while both are living — this is the logical inference to be drawn from the qualifying addition "in her lifetime"; and yet by the spirit of the Levitical laws, the former alliance also is like an alliance with a sister, and.

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Unlawful marriage; an answer to the Puritan and Omicron, who Hale advocated, in a pamphlet, The lawfulness of the marriage of a man with his deceased wife Author: Jacob Jones Janeway.

Sir, — I was interested to read about the controversy surrounding the Deceased Wife’s Sister Act of (Comment, 31 August). A relative of mine died in Inher widower married her youngest sister. I was told by my parents many years ago that, even six years after the passing of the Act, some looked askance at this marriage.

Marriage with a deceased wife's sister prohibited by Holy Scripture, as understood for the church for years: evidence given before the commission appointed to inquire into the state and operation of the law of marriage as relating to the prohibited degrees of affinity, with a preface ; to which is appended, a speech delivered in the Court of Queen's Bench, Jin the case of Pages: Alexander McCaul, 3 books Gregg, William, 2 books Hatherley, William Page Wood Baron, 2 books Pusey, E.

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Its provisions, and those of the corresponding Deceased Brother's Widow's Marriage Actwere in conflict with the ecclesiastical law of the C of E until the Canons were amended in The Deceased Wife's Sister's Marriage Act (7 Edw.7 c) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, allowing a man to marry his dead wife's sister, which had previously been prohibition had derived from a doctrine of canon law whereby those who were connected by marriage were regarded as being related to each other in a way which made marriage between.

The verse, " Thou shalt not take a wife to her sister to vex her, beside the other, in her lifetime " (Lev. xxviii. ) is said to give a tacit permission to take a wife's sister after the death of the first wife: but it by no means follows that because an act is prohibited at one time it is therefore lawful at another.

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The following pages (reprinted from the Church Herald) contain a brief reply to a pretentious but superficial paper which appeared in the Churchman's Magazine for August, and which was afterwards reprinted in a pamphlet.

With the local personalities introduced by the Churchman's Magazine and its contributor, we have not felt called upon to interfere; our concern is to vindicate.

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But a woman may not marry her brother, therefore she may not marry her sister's husband, who, by his marriage with her sister, has become the same relation to her as her sister is, only in the male line, viz.

her brother. Consequently, a man may not marry his deceased wife's sister. We may argue the same point again from verse 8. Unlawful marriage by J. Janeway; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Accessible book, Christianity, Marriage with deceased wife's sister, Religious aspects of Remarriage, Remarriage; People: Parsons Cooke ().

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Unlawful marriage: an answer to "the Puritan" and "Omicron," who hale [i.e. have] advocated, in a pamphlet, the lawfulness of the marriage of a man with his deceased wife's sister Author: J J Janeway. Matthew Boulton married his deceased wife’s sister in He advised silence, secrecy and Scotland, although they married in London; the marriage was opposed by her brother.

Similarly Charles Austen, the younger brother of Jane Austen, married his deceased wife’s sister in and remained married to her until he died in Author: Regina Jeffers. Adults Grieving the Death of a Sibling. When a sibling dies, the world changes in a heartbeat. Oftentimes when such a loss occurs, others fail to recognize that the surviving sibling faces emotional battles on many fronts while working through the loss.

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