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Conclusion
An Inquiry into the Legal Mode of Suppressing

Riots
Speech to the assembled Inhabitants of the Counties

of Middlesex and Surry, the Cities of London and
Westminster, and the Borough of Southwark,

28th May, 1782
Letter to * * *
The Principles of Government
Character of Lord Ashburton

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On the Doctrine of Shares, and the Persons entitled

to them
On Wonen
On Residuaries
On Exclusion
On the Division of Shares
On the Increase
On the Equality, Proportion, Agreement, and Dif-

ference of two Numbers
On Arrangement
Section
On the Division of the Property left among Heirs,

and among Creditors
On Subtraction
On the Return
On the Division of the paternal Grandfather
On Succession to vested Interests
On Distant Kindred
On the First Class
A Section
On the Second Class
On the Third Class
On the Fourth Class
On their Children, and the Rules concerning them
On Hermaphrodites
On Pregnancy
On a Lost Person
On an Apostate
On a Captive
On Persons drowned, or burned, or overwhelmed

in Ruins
A Commentary on the Sirajiyyah

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AN ESSAY ON THE LAW OF BAILMENTS. Introducion

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Exceptions to the Rule

Mosaick and Attick Laws
4. Law of Pledges

Doctrine of Lord Coke denied
Conjectural Criticism of Noodt
Case in the Book of Assises
Lord Coke's Reasons contested

Turkish Law
5. Law of Hiring.
1. Hiring of a Thing

Lord Holt's Doctrine explained

Rules and Remarks
2. Hiring of Work

Law concerning Innholders
Remarks on St. German
Law concerning Factors and Traders
Mahomedan Law
Rules and Distinctions

Celebrated Law of Alfenus
3. Hiring of Carriage

Exception from the general Rule
Modern Cases
Law concerning Masters of Vessels
Case of Lane and Cotton

Criticism on Doctor and Student
4. Laws of the Northern Nations
5. Laws of the Britons

6. Laws of the Indians
III. The Synthesis.

1. Definitions
2. Rules
3. Propositions
4. Exceptions
5. General Corollary and Remark

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