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- Connecticut, State of
- Morris Woodruff Document
- Book No.:
- $ 100.00
- Reasons for a Registry: Shewing briefly The great Benefits and Advantages that may accrew to this Nation thereby. And Likewise Reconciling those mistaken Inconveniences which many have conceived thereof. Wing R486. 4to
- Printed for Charles Harper . . . in Fleetstreet, London, 1678.
- Part of the centuries' long debate, first bruited by Henry VIII, whether to require registration of title or of conveyances (or of neither), not finally resolved in England until the mid-19th century and, comprehensively, the 20th century
- Modern boards, printed paper label, browned, else quite sound with untrimmed edges and both blanks, the first chipped and soiled; the Taussig copy
- Book No.:
- $ 550.00
- colonies, Connecticut, conveyancing, Real Property
- Reeve, Tapping
- The Law of Baron and Femme; of Parent and Child; of Guardian and Ward; of Master and Servant; and of the Powers of Courts of Chancery. With an Essay on the terms, Heir, Heirs, and Heirs of the Body
- Printed by Oliver Steele, New-Haven, 1816.
- First edition of the first American work devoted to the law of women, written by Tapping Reeve, founder of the first American law school, at Litchfield
- Contemporary calf, very worn, some browning; a just usable copy
- Book No.:
- $ 350.00
- women's law, marriage, infants, master, Connecticut, equity, Probating
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