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OF THE RIGHTS OF PERSONS.
Of the Roman Civil and Canon Laws, and their autho-
rity in England.
Of Law in general, and of the divisions and parts of
the Civil Law
Of Persons in general, and of Freemen and Slaves
Of Citizens and Strangers
Of rights, or things incorporeal, and of real and per-
Of the Persons by whom Property might be acquired 116
Of the Civil Modes of acquiring Property
Of Obligations quasi ex Contractu, or from Implied
Of the way by which Obligations arising from Contracts