If a bishop refuse or neglect to examine or admit a patron’s clerk,without reason assigned or notice given, he is styled a “disturber” by the law, and shaUnot have any title to present by lapse; for no man shall take advantage of his ownwrong. 2 Bl. Comm. 278.

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