Commentaries on the Laws of England, Book the First
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Commentaries on the Laws of England, Book the First

By Sir William Blackstone
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  • COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND.
    • BOOK THE FIRST.
  • PREFACE.
    • ERRATA.
  • CONTENTS.
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • Book I. Of the Rights of Persons.
  • COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND.
  • INTRODUCTION.
    • Section the first. On the STUDY of the LAW.[A]
    • Section the second. Of the NATURE of LAWS in general.
    • Section the third. Of the LAWS of ENGLAND.
    • Section the fourth. Of the COUNTRIES subject to the LAWS of ENGLAND.
  • COMMENTARIES ON THE LAWS OF ENGLAND. Book the first. Of the RIGHTS of PERSONS.
    • Chapter the first. Of the absolute RIGHTS of INDIVIDUALS.
    • Chapter the second. Of the PARLIAMENT.
    • Chapter the third. Of the KING, and his TITLE.
    • Chapter the fourth. Of the KING’s royal FAMILY.
    • Chapter the fifth. Of the COUNCILS belonging to the KING.
    • Chapter the sixth. Of the KING’s DUTIES.
    • Chapter the seventh. Of the KING’s PREROGATIVE.
    • Chapter the eighth. Of the KING’s REVENUE.
    • Chapter the ninth. Of subordinate MAGISTRATES.
    • Chapter the tenth. Of the PEOPLE, whether ALIENS, DENIZENS, or NATIVES.
    • Chapter the eleventh. Of the CLERGY.
    • Chapter the twelfth. Of the CIVIL STATE.
    • Chapter the thirteenth. Of the MILITARY and MARITIME STATES.
    • Chapter the fourteenth. Of MASTER and SERVANT.
    • Chapter the fifteenth. Of HUSBAND and WIFE.
    • Chapter the sixteenth. Of PARENT and CHILD.
    • Chapter the seventeenth. Of GUARDIAN and WARD.
    • Chapter the eighteenth. Of CORPORATIONS.
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