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

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Of Nonconformity
53
of Premises
54
Of a Plea in Abatement
56
continued
59
Of Perpetuation of Testimony
61
Of the Manner of obtaining Redress from the Crown
67
Of an Inquisition or Inquest of Office ibid
74
Of Contracts express and implied
77
Of an Extent in Aid
80
Of Treason 232
81
Of Common Innkeepers
83
Book VI
88
Of Life Annuities PAGE
93
Of the Distinction between Crimes and Civil Injuries
96
Of the Contract of Guarantee
103
Of Savings Banks
104
Of Persons who are not capable of committing Crimes
106
Of Contracts secured by Penalties in general
110
of the Incapacity of the Sovereign to commit Crime
121
Of Policies of Insurance
126
Of the Punishment of Accessories
127
Of Charterparties
138
Book I
139
of the History of the Bankrupt Law
145
Of the Persons who may become Bankrupt
152
Book II
156
PART II
158
or offences against Persons their Property and Public Rights
162
Of the Proceedings after Adjudication of Bankruptcy
165
of the Effect of the Bankruptcy on the Property of the Bankrupt
176
Of Interest ibid
178
Of the Feudal System
180
Of the Introduction of that System into England
191
Of acquiring personal Estates by Will and by Administration
193
Of Payment of Debts and the Priorities to be observed therein
195
of the Capacity to be Testator
200
Of Benevolent Institutions
203
Of the Grant of Administration
208
Of the Education of the People
213
Of the difference between them in respect of Rights and Duties ibid
214
Of Free Socage and its Incidents
219
Of the Antient Villenage
225
continued
229
of Emblements
230
Of Tenure in Frankalmoign
231
CHAP III
235
Of the Repair of Highways
242
Of Estate
247
Of Misprision of Treason
248
Of the Highway Acts
250
CHAP IV
253
Book III
254
Of the Navigation Acts
256
Of Estates for Life created by Act of Parties
268
Of the Privileges of Parliament
269
Of Lighthouses Beacons and Sea Marks
270
Of the Marriage Acts
273
Of Fisheries
276
Of Offences relating to the Royal Stores Ships
277
Of the Small Pox ibid
282
Of Marriage Settlements
283
CHAP V
287
Of Railways
289
Of the Conflict of the Law of England with that of the Civilians
296
Of the Duties of Parents towards their Children
302
OF Estates UPON CONDITION
303
CHAP VI
305
Of Waiver of Forfeiture
309
of Estate by Elegit
316
continued
317
Of Right of Possession and Right of Entry
322
Of Bribery
324
OF THE CIVIL GOVERNMENT
331
Of Arson and Burning
334
839
338
Of the Frequency with which Parliaments are to be held
340
Of the Ecclesiastical Mode of Registration
341
of an Estate in Joint Tenancy
344
Of the House of Commons
347
Of Selling Unwholesome Provisions
348
Of Wrongs in General
350
Of an Estate in Coparcenary
351
of the Law and Custom of Parliament
354
Of an Estate in Common
357
Of Bigamy
358
Of Uses and TRUSTS
360
CHAP VIII
361
Of Concealing a Birth
364
CHAP XI
393
of Aliens being incapable of Taking by Descent 442
394
Of Vacating a Seat in Parliament
395
Of the District or New County Courts
396
of the Court of Exchequer
402
Of the Adjournment Prorogation and Dissolution of Parliament
404
CHAP XI
407
Of the Sovereigns Duty to govern according to Law
410
Of the Judges of the Land
412
Of the Oath now substituted for the Oaths of Allegiance Supremacy
416
Of the Process on Attachments for Contempt
419
Of the Court of Exchequer Chamber
428
Of Arrests by Officers without Warrant
428
Historical View of the Successions that have taken place
431
Of the Court of Bankruptcy
433
Of Discharging
434
CHAP XII
439
Of the Archdeacons Court
440
Of Common Gaols and Houses of Correction
443
Of Naturalborn Subjects
444
of the Nature and Principle of Escheat in General
445
Of the Injuries cognizable in the Ecclesiastical Courts
449
Of the Exclusion Bill
452
Of Title By Occupancy
453
Of the Proceedings in the Maritime Courts
455
Of Title by FORFEITURE
459
Of the Queen Regnant Consort or Dowager
461
Of Process on Indictment
465
Of Gifts to Charitable Uses
466
Of a Queen Dowager
467
Of Actions generally
469
CHAP V
473
of the Present State of the Law on the subject
475
Of Process upon Informations
478
of the Judicial Committee
479
Of Alienation by Infants
481
Of Damnum absque Injuriâ
482
Of Political or Civil Liberty
485
of the Nature of Deeds
487
CHAP XXII
491
Of the Reddendum
493
Of Parliamentary Remonstrance against the Acts of the Sovereign
500
Of Covenants
501
CHAP xvII
507
Of his Right to make Treaties
512
Of Ecclesiastical Property in general
516
Of his Right to reject Laws
518
of the Distinction between Chattels and Freehold
522
Of his Right to prohibit the Importation or Exportation of Arms c
524
Of a Confirmation
530
of Imprisonment
532
Of his Right as the Fountain of Honour Office and Privilege
535
of Hereditaments Corporeal and Incorporeal
537
Of his Rights as Head of the Church and herein of Convocations
544
Of the Custody of the Temporalities of Bishops
550
Of the Antient Revenue from Purveyance and Preemption and
556
of the Statutes of Limitation
561
OF CONVEYANCES BY TENANTS IN TAIL AND MARRIED Women
565
Of Profits from Forfeitures of Lands and Goods and herein of Deodands
570
Of the Landtax
576
Of the Customs
582
Of the Substitutes provided by the Fine and Recovery Act
583
of the Post Office Duties
590
Of Devises generally
596
CHAP X
597
Of Chattels Personal 2
601
CHAP VIII
603
Of the former and present Militia Force
609
Of the Navy
615
OF EXTRAORDINARY CONVEYANCES OR THOSE BY MATTER OF RECORD
622
CHAP XXII
633
of the Enfranchisement of Copyholds
639
Of the Nature of Offices in general
640
Of Devises of Copyholds
648
of Incorporeal Hereditaments in general
655
of the Mode of Arraignment 474
663
Of Ways
667
Of Moveables
675
Or Denizens
676
Of Rents
682
of Incorporeal Chattels 9
685
Of the Law of Incorporeal Hereditaments generally considered
688
of Smuggling
695
Of Prescription under 2 3 Will 4 c 71
697
of the Land Transfer Act 25 26 Vict c 53
703
Of Profits from Courts of Justice ibid
715
Of Estates at Will
718
OF TITLE TO THINGS PERSONAL AND First op Title By OCCUPANCY
722

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Side 157 - Is not the whole land before thee? separate thyself, I pray thee, from me : if thou wilt take the left hand, then I will go to the right ; or if thou depart to the right hand, then I will go to the left.
Side 609 - And be it further enacted, that where any real estate shall be devised to any person without any words of limitation, such devise shall be construed to pass the fee simple, or other the whole estate or interest which the testator had power to dispose of by will in such real estate, unless a contrary intention shall appear by the will.
Side 607 - And be it further enacted, that every will shall be construed, with reference to the real estate and personal estate comprised in it, to speak and take effect as if it had been executed immediately before the death of the testator, unless a contrary intention shall appear by the will.
Side 335 - It is a rule in law, when the ancestor by any gift or conveyance takes an estate of freehold, and in the same gift or conveyance an estate is limited either mediately or immediately to his heirs in fee or in tail; that always in such cases, 'the heirs' are words of limitation of the estate, and not words of purchase.
Side 612 - ... manner, shall be construed to include any real estate, or any real estate to which such description shall extend as the case may be, which he may have power to appoint in any manner he may think proper, and shall operate as an execution of such power, unless a contrary intention shall appear by the will...
Side 103 - Britain; and that the King's Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords spiritual and temporal and Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled, had, hath and of right ought to have, full power and authority to make laws and statutes of sufficient force and validity to bind the colonies and people of America, subjects of the Crown of Great Britain in all cases whatsoever.
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Side 613 - ... Estate Tail to such Person or Issue or otherwise : Provided, that this Act shall not extend to Cases where such Words as aforesaid import if no Issue described in a preceding Gift shall be born, or if there shall be no Issue who shall live to attain the Age or otherwise answer the Description required for obtaining a vested Estate by a preceding Gift to such Issue.
Side 103 - ... the King and Parliament of Great Britain will not impose any duty, tax, or assessment whatever, payable in any of his Majesty's colonies, provinces, and plantations in North America or the West Indies, except only such duties as it may be expedient to impose for the regulation of commerce, the net produce of such duties to be always paid and applied to and for the use of the colony, province, or plantation in which the same shall be respectively levied, in such manner as other duties collected...
Side 610 - ... shall not lapse, but shall take effect as if the death of such person had happened immediately after the death of the testator, unless a contrary intention shall appear by the will.

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