For, naturally speaking, the instant a man ceases to be, he ceases to have any dominion : else, if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would -also have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after... The Progress of Society - Pągina 63per Robert Hamilton - 1830 - 411 pąginesVisualització completa - Sobre aquest llibre
| William Blackstone - 1807
...pancy, for it cannnt be said that in such a case there is ever a vacancy of possession. VOt. ii, 3 **their disposal for a million of ages after him ; which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. AH property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute individuals,... | |
| Sir William BLACKSTONE, Vincent Wanostrocht - 1823 - 845 pągines
...: else, if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him ; which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| sir William Blackstone - 1825
...295. else if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he vrould also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him : which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| William Blackstone - 1827
...dominion : else if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him : which would** he highly absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as... | |
| Robert Hamilton - 1830 - 411 pągines
...benevolent but enthusiastic turn of mind may be desirous of calling in the interposition of power to correct **these inequalities, and relieve the unfortunate industrious...a million of ages after him, which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property, therefore, must cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| 1830
...dominion : else if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after** 405 highly absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as... | |
| William Blackstone - 1836
...dominion: else, if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him, which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| Sir William BLACKSTONE - 1837 - 428 pągines
...; else, if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him ; which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| William Blackstone - 1838
...dominion : else if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him : which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient. All property must therefore cease upon death, considering men as absolute... | |
| Pennsylvania. Constitutional Convention - 1838
...• else if he had a right to dispose of his acquisitions one moment beyond his life, he would also **have a right to direct their disposal for a million of ages after him ; which would be highly** absurd and inconvenient." Again : but clearly a political establishment, since the permanent right... | |
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