n.1.(Law) See Præmunire.
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It is the duetie of Iudges to punish those that seeke to depraue the proceedings of any the Kings Courts, and not to encourage them any way: And I must confesse I thought it an odious and inept speach, and it grieued me very much, that it should be said in Westminster Hall, that a Premunire lay against the Court of Chancery and Officers there: How can the King grant a Premunire against himselfe?
James concludes: "And therefore sitting heere in a seat of Iudgement, I declare and command, that no man hereafter presume to sue a Premunire against the Chancery.