New Commentaries on the Laws of England: (partly Founded on Blackstone)

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Butterworths, 1863
 

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Of the Consideration of a Promise
61
Of the Contract of Sale
68
of implied warranties on Sales
75
Of the Manner in which the royal Grant may be avoided or Redress
78
Of Life Annuities
80
of the Contract of Partnership
98
Of Bonds
106
Of making Inventory 216
107
Of Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes
114
Of Policies of Insurance
126
Of Charterparties
138
OF TITLE BY BANKRUPTCY
145
Of the Persons who may become Bankrupt
152
Of the Proceedings after Adjudication of Bankruptcy
165
Of the Effect of the Bankruptcy on the Property of the Bankrupt
176
OF TITLE BY WILL AND BY ADMINISTRATION
192
of the Origin and Progress of the Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction over
199
Of Probate
207
Of Administration cum testamento annexo
211
Of collecting the Assets ibid
217
Of the Statute of Distributions
225
Of Fixtures
233
Book III
240
Of Apprentices ibid
246
of Canonical and Civil Disabilities affecting the Contract of Marriage
253
Of the Marriage Acts
261
Of Marriages abroad
274
Of the Legal Disabilities of Married Women
282
Of Arrangements for Separation
288
OF PARENT AND CHILD
295
Of the Provisions of the Statute Law relative to the Maintenance
302
Of Bastards
309
Of the Maxim of Caveat Emptor
312
Of the Capacities and Incapacities of Infants
315
Of Guardianship by Nature
321
Of express Warranties on Sales
322
Of Guardianship by Custom
327
CHAP I
333
Of the Frequency with which Parliaments are to be held
340
Of the House of Commons
347
Of Factors and Brokers and the Statutes relating to them
353
Of the Law and Custom of Parliament
355
Of the Sovereigns Duty to govern according to
410
Of the Oath now substituted for the Oaths of Allegiance Supremacy
416
Of Denizens
429
OF THE ROYAL TITLE
430
Of the different Degrees of Negligence for which Bailees in different
433
Of the Exclusion Bill
452
OF THE ROYAL FAMILY
461
Of a Queen Dowager
467
Of the Royal CouncilS AND OF THE OFFICERS OF STATE
473
Of Persons naturalized
477
Of the Judicial Committee
479
Of the Assertion of Liberties by Magna Charta the Petition of Right
487
Of the Right of Petitioning the Crown
493
Of Parliamentary Remonstrance against the Acts of the Sovereign
500
Of his Right of Embassy to Foreign States and of the Law
506
Of his Right to make Treaties
512
Of his Right to reject Laws
518
Of his Right to prohibit the Importation or Exportation of Arms c
524
or his Right as Guardian of Idiots and Lunatics and of the
532
Of Special Property in Bailees
533
Of his Right to stamp and regulate the current Coin
540
Of the ordinary Revenue of the Crown
554
Of Royal Mines
569
Of Profits from Forfeitures of Lands and Goods and herein of Deodands
570
Of the Landtax
576
Of the Customs
583
Of Liens
587
of the Post Office Duties
590
Of the Income Tax ibid
596
OF THE ROYAL FORCES
605
Of the Regular Army
611
Of the Naval Discipline Act
617
OF THE NOBILITY AND OTHER RANKS
623
of the Commonalty
633
Of Common Innkeepers
634
OF MAGISTRATES AND OTHER PUBLIC OFFICERS
640
Of the Sheriff
649
Of Common Carriers
654
Of the Deputy Sheriff ibid
655
Of the Justices of the Peace
674
Of the Contract of the Loan of Money
681
Of Interest
704

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