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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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Principles of sociology

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1896
...paternal power is insisted upon by the sacred books of the Hindus. In the Code of Mann it is written : — "Three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave —...may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom the; belong." And according to Nelson's View of the Hindu law, this relationship still contimies. "It...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 3

Herbert Spencer - Social sciences - 1896
...the Hindus. In the Code of Mann it is written:— "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." And according to Nelson's View of the Hindu law, this relationship still continues. " It is the undoubted...
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The Principles of Sociology, Volume 3

Herbert Spencer - Sociology - 1896
...the Code of Manu it is written : — "Three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave — are declnrcd by law to have in general no wealth exclusively their...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong." And according to Xclson's View of the Hindu law, this relationship still continues. "It is the undoubted...
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King Mammon and the Heir Apparent

George A. Richardson - Social history - 1896 - 446 pages
...A text of ancient Hindu law reads : " A wife, a son, and a slave are alike incapable of property ; the wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong." ment of Roman civilization. ' The children, young or old, till emancipation, possessed no rights of...
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The History of Human Marriage

Edward Westermarck - Families - 1901 - 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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The Evolution of Governments and Laws: Exhibiting the Governmental ..., Volume 1

Stephen Haley Allen - Constitutional history - 1916 - 1221 pages
...of another, nor suffer" any but the owner to wear them." Tolls, markets and ferries are regulated. 414. "A Sudra, though emancipated by his master, is...regularly acquired for the man, to whom they belong." This chapter covers a vast field but in a crude and disjointed manner. Its moral tone is not so high...
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Primitive Law, Past and Present

A. S. Diamond - Social Science - 2004 - 410 pages
...debts is limited to the assets they inherit from him. • See ante p. 88. 7 'Three persons,' says Manu, 'a wife, a son and a slave are declared by law to...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong' (viii, 416). See Narada, V, 39 (translated by Jolly, SBE, vol. 33, Part I). 8 Ch'u (1961), 103f., 20f....
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The Indian law reports : Calcutta series

1882
...have no property exclusively their own.' — I. Coleb. Dig., Bk. I, ch. i, sec. 2, art. i, viii. ' Three persons — a wife, a son, and a slave — are...regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong.' — Manu, ch. viii, v. 416. The Madras High Court has, no doubt, held that every thing acquired by...
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Manava Dharma Sastra

G.C. Haughton - 402 pages
...416. ' Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are ' declared by lawte have in general nowealth exclusively * their own : the wealth, which they may earn, ' is regularly acquired Tor the man, to whom they ' belong. 417. ' A Brdhman may seize without hesitation, if 1 he be di: tressed...
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