2 edition of Treatise of feme coverts, or, The Lady"s law found in the catalog.
Treatise of feme coverts, or, The Lady"s law
Reprint. Originally published: London : E. and R. Nutt and R. Gosling, 1732.
|Other titles||Lady"s law.|
|Series||Classics of English legal history in the modern era ;, 44|
|LC Classifications||KD758 .T8 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||77086663|
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Elizabeth Nutt, A Treatise of Feme Covert: Or, The Lady's Law () Riding Backward: Desire and Law. This spectacle of the promiscuous widow is described in a legal self-help book printed for women (and, in this case, by a woman).1 It was designed, claims its anonymous author, to inform the "fair Sex. Of the law titles in the Catalogue of the Library of the University of Virginia, only one was explicitly dedicated to the legal status of wives, Baron and Feme: A Treatise of Law and Equity, Concerning Husbands and Wives ( ).
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Hyde, Robert. A Treatise of Feme Coverts: Or, the Lady's Law. Containing All the Laws and Statutes relating to Women, and Several Heads: I. Of Dissents of Lands to Females, Coparceners, etc.
Of Cosummating of Marriage, Stealing of Women, Rapes, Polygamy. III. Of the Laws of Procreation of Children, Treatise of feme coverts therein of Bastards or Spurious Issue.
: Robert Hyde. Treatise of feme coverts Reprint of the first edition of The Lady's Law which examines the doctrines of English Common Law relating to a "feme covert" or a woman whose legal status was covered by a male head of their household, either a father or husband. A "feme covert" was therefore a woman not yet married or already married, but not widowed.
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The lady's law: or, a treatise of feme coverts: containing all the laws and statutes relating to women. A treatise of feme coverts or The lady's law: containing all the laws and statutes relating to women.: to which are added Judge Hide's very remarkable argument in the Exchequer-chamber term.
Trin. 15 Car. in the case of Manby and Scot whether and in what cases the husband is bound by the contract of his wife and select precedents of conveyances in all cases concerning feme coverts. A Treatise of feme covertsThe argument of Judge Hide in the Exchequer Chamber, Term.
Trin. Car. in the case of Manby and Scott, whether and in what cases, the husband is bound by the contract of the wifePrecedents of deeds and conveyances, concerning feme coverts and other women.
Other Titles: Lady's law: Responsibility. * Reprint of the first edition of The Lady's Law which examines the doctrines of English Common Law relating to a "feme covert" or a woman whose legal status was covered by a male head of.
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Garland, - Marriage law - pages. 0 Reviews. Notes>A reissue of 'A treatise of feme coverts: or, the lady's law ', published inwith a cancel titlepage. With an initial leaf of : Tapa blanda. A Treatise of Feme Coverts: or, the Lady Law.
Containing All the Laws and Statutes Relating to Women, title soiled, cut down and re-inserted, perforated stamp on title, lacks preliminary advertisement leaf, modern cloth, stamp on lower edges, 8vo, B. Lintot, A treatise of feme coverts; or, The lady's law. Containing all the laws and statutes relating to women To which are added, Judge Hide's very remarkable argument.
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You can add information and of course you can around the world with a book. A treatise of feme covers: or, The lady's law. Containing all the laws and statutes relating to women. London: Printed by E. and R. Nutt, and R. Gosling, for B. Lintot, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Treatise of feme coverts, or, The Lady's law.
New York: Garland, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. InCollins became a law student at Lincoln's Inn, and was called to the bar inalthough he never practiced.
It was ina year after the death of his father, that he published his first book, The Memoirs of the Life of William Collins, Esq., R.A., to good reviews. A Treatise of Feme Coverts: Or, the Lady's Law by Lance E Dickson, Sir Robert Hyde + Add to Wishlist Lance Dickson's new introduction to this reprint provides a history of the original work, noting that it was written primarily for the married woman, to inform them of their legal rights and privileges.
ANGELA FERNANDEZ *. By marriage, the husband and wife are one person in law: that is, the very being or legal existence of the woman is suspended during the marriage, or at least is incorporated and consolidated into that of the husband: under whose wing, protection, and cover, she performs every thing; and is therefore called in our law-french a feme-covert; is said to be covert-baron, or.
This second volume reproduces a significant legal treatise concerning married women, A Treatise of Feme Coverts: Or, The Lady's Law, 1st ed. Because ""The Early Modern Englishwoman"" series is devoted to the voices of women, the second volume also reproduces Hardships of the English Laws.
Appendix Two: Excerpts from The Lawes Resolutions of Womens Rights (), Baron and Feme: A Treatise of the Common Law. Concerning Husbands and Wives (), and The Treatise of Feme Coverts; or, The Lady’s Law () Appendix Three: Excerpts from the Sarah Chapone-Samuel Richardson correspondence.
Lance E. Dickson is the author of A Treatise Of Feme Coverts; Or, The Lady's Law ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews). Baron and feme: a treatise of law and equity, concerning husbands and wives: of marriages, bastardy, the privileges of feme coverts, alterations made by marriage as to estates, goods and actions, what things of the wife accrue to the husband by the marriage, what acts, charges, forfeitures by the husband shall bind the wife after his death, of jointures and pleadings, fines and recovery.
Women and the Law Marriage and Coverture | Trusts and Guardianship A married woman or feme covert was a dependent, like an underage child or a slave, and could not own property in her own name or control her own earnings, except under very specific circumstances.
When a husband died, his wife could not be the guardian to their under-age.The First English Treatise on Marriage Law Carter, Samuel, Attributed. Baron and Feme: A Treatise of Law and Equity, Concerning Husbands and Wives.Women’s rights and law are highlighted in the Pulling Rare Books Collection.
Although a summary of restrictive English marriage laws, A Treatise of Feme Coverts; or, the Lady’s Law.
London, Mary Wollstonecraft (), A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. London,