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English citations of causæ

Noun: obscure plural of cause[edit]

  • 1848 CE, Archibald John Stephens, A Practical Treatise of the Laws Relating to the Clergy, W. Benning and Co.; page #721:
    I mean Oughton, in his ‘ Ordo Judiciorum,’ not that part in which he sets forth the different stages of a suit, or parts of the judicium (for writers differ from each other, and there is some confusion between the causæ and the judicium, even the authorities so much adverted to in the argument, and which, though foreign writers, are said to be guides as to our practice), but in that part where he treats of the of proceeding in matrimonial suits.