Author:William Blackstone

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William Blackstone
(1723–1780)
Knt; English jurist and professor
William Blackstone

Works[edit]

  • Commentaries on the Laws of England‎ (1765—1768) Incomplete
  • Essay on Collateral Consanguinity (1750)
  • Analysis of the Laws of England (1754)
  • Considerations on Copyholders (1758)
  • A Discourse of the Study of Law 4to, Oxford (1758)
  • Magna Charta and Charta de Foresta (1759)
  • Reflections on Lord Leitchfield's Disqualifications (1759)
  • On the Right of the University to make new Statutes (1759)
  • On the Law of Descents in Fee Simple (1759)
  • Reply to Dr. Priestley (1769)
  • Tracts chiefly relating to Antiquities and Laws of England [containing many of the previous publications] (1762)
  • Reports in the King's Bench and Common Pleas, with a Preface containing the Memoirs of his Life, by James Clitherow (1781)

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