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" Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have (in general) no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth which they may earn is (regularly) acquired for the man to whom they belong. "
Institutes of Hindu Law, Or, The Ordinances of Menu [i.e., Manu]: According ... - Page 193
by Manu - 1869 - 340 pages
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A Digest of the Hindu Law of Inheritance, Partition, and Adoption ..., Volume 1

1884
...Vyavahara Mayukha, p. 153, 1. 2 :— "A wife, a son, and a slave are (in general) incapable of property, the wealth which they may earn is (regularly) acquired for the man to whom they belong." (Borradaile, p. 121, Stokes, HLB 100.) (2) Vyav. May. p. 151, 1. 1 ; (3) Viramitrodaya, f. 221, p....
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The Patriarchal Theory: Based on the Papers of the Late John Ferguson McLennan

John Ferguson McLennan, Donald McLennan - Families - 1885 - 355 pages
...school, and beyond all doubt rightly regarded, as bearing upon earnings only. It is as follows : Ver. 416 : " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave,...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong." Ver. 417: "A Brahmin may seize without hesitation, if he be distressed for a subsistence, the goods...
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The Law quarterly review, ed. by F. Pollock [and others]., Volume 1

sir Frederick Pollock (3rd bart) - 1885
...have evidence that in very early times they were far more extensive than they are now. Mann says, ' Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared...(regularly) acquired for the man to whom they belong.' (Manu, viii. 416. The words in brackets are a gloss of Kulluka, and do not occur in the original.)...
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The Law Quarterly Review, Volume 1

Law - 1885
...have evidence that in very early times they were far more extensive than they are now. Manu says, ' Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared...(regularly) acquired for the man to whom they belong.' (Manu, viii. 41 6. The words in brackets are a gloss of Kulluka, and do not occur in the original.)...
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Journal of the National Indian Association, in Aid of Social Progress in India

1881
...constantly spoken of in the code as standing on the same level as slaves, servants and children. " Three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave — are...wealth exclusively their own; the wealth which they earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong. (viii. 416.) " A wife, a son, a servant,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 162

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - English literature - 1886
...more or less distinct. ' Three persons — a wife, a son and a slave ' — says one ancient writer, ' are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth which they earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong.' ' A son,' says another, ' is of age and...
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Modern Hinduism: Being an Account of the Religion and Life of the Hindus in ...

William Joseph Wilkins - Civilization, Hindu - 1887 - 494 pages
...away. The text of Manu, which is held to teach authoritatively on this subject, is the following : " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have in general no wealth of their own ; the wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong."...
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Modern Hinduism: Being an Account of the Religion and Life of the Hindus in ...

William Joseph Wilkins - Civilization, Hindu - 1887 - 494 pages
...away. The text of Manu, which is held to teach authoritatively on this subject, is the following : " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have in general no wealth of their own ; the wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong."...
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On Early Law and Custom

Henry Sumner Maine - Comparative law - 1890 - 402 pages
...much later date the law-book of Maiiu declares that ' Three persons—a wife, a son, and a slave—are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong' (Manu, vni. 416). A still more recent, but still ancient, authority—Narada (v. 39)—says that a...
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The History of Human Marriage

Edward Westermarck - Marriage - 1894 - 644 pages
...At a later date, the law-book of Manu declares that three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave — have in general no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth which they may earn being regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong.2 A more recent, but still ancient authority,...
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