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" ... they had no heirs, and therefore could make no will ; exclusive of what was called their peculium, whatever they acquired was their master's. They could not plead, nor be pleaded... "
The Institutes of Justinian - Page 408
edited by - 1841 - 628 pages
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A Greek and English Lexicon to the New Testament: In which the Words and ...

John Parkhurst - Greek language - 1809 - 846 pages
...: they could not plead, nor be pleaded, but were excluded from all civil c once rns whatsoever ;— were not entitled to the rights and considerations...therefore had no relief in case of adultery; nor were the proper objects of cognation aoi affinity ; — they could be told, transferred, or pawned as goods,...
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Corpus Juris Civilis. Institutiones

Thomas Cooper - Roman law - 1812 - 714 pages
...excluded from all civil concerns whatever: they could not claim the " indulgence of absence reipubllca causa: they were not entitled to " the rights and...affinity, but of quasi-cognation only: they could be sold, trans" ferred or pawned, as goods or personal estate; for goods they were, " and as such they were...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, Volume 42

Arminianism - 1819
...master's : they conld not plead, nor be pleaded, bat were excluded from all civil concerns tehat toeoer ! were not entitled to the rights and considerations...therefore had no relief in case of adultery ; nor were the proper objects of cognation and affinity ; they could be * old, transferred, or paxned, as goods,...
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An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy ..., Volume 3

Thomas Hartwell Horne - Bible - 1825
...nor be pleaded, but were entirely excluded from all civil concern* ; were not entitled to the rights of matrimony, and therefore had no relief in case...adultery ; nor were they proper objects of cognation nor affinity. They might be sold, transferred, or pawned, like other goods or personal •state ; for...
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A Greek and English lexicon to the New Testament. To this is prefixed a ...

John Parkhurst - 1829
...master's: they could not plead, nor be pleaded, but were excluded from all civil concerns whatsoever; — were not entitled to the rights and considerations...therefore had no relief in case of adultery ; nor xrere the proper objects of cognation nor affinity ; — they could be sold, transferred, or pawned...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 5

Penny dreadfuls - 1830
...were ex* eluded from all civil concerns whatsoever ; were not entitled to the rights and consideration of matrimony, and therefore had no relief in case of adultery ; nor were they ptoper objects of cognation or aflrnity. They might be tortured for evidence ; punished at the discretion...
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The holy Bible, with a comm. and critical notes by A. Clarke, Volume 6

Adam Clarke - 1836
...be impleaded ; but were entirely excluded from all civil concerns ; were not entitled to the right« 3 ol ʅt <K Ī 1 ֐C( ۘ 4! cԻ<) I 9 @d 4 They might be sold, trantferred, or pawned, like other good* or personal estate ; fur goods they were,...
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An Introduction to the Critical Study of the Holy Scriptures, Volume 2

Thomas Hartwell Horne - Bible - 1836
...nor be pleaded, but were entirely excluded from all civil concerns; w«re not entitled to the rights of matrimony, and, therefore, had no relief in case...adultery : nor were they proper objects of cognation nor affinity. They might be sold, transferred, or pawned, like uther goods or personal estate ; for...
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An Inquiry Into the History of Slavery: Its Introduction Into the United ...

Thomas C. Thornton - Slavery - 1841 - 345 pages
...master's. They could not plead nor be impleaded.but were excluded from all civil concerns whatsoever; — were not entitled to the rights and considerations...therefore had no relief in case of adultery, nor were they the proper objects of cognation or affinity. They could be sold, transferred or pawned as goods, or...
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an introduction to the ctitical study and knowledge of the holy scriptures

Thomas Hartwell Horne - 1841
...nor be pleaded, but were entirely excluded from all civil concerns ; were not entitled to the rights of matrimony, and, therefore, had no relief in case...adultery ; nor were they proper objects of cognation nor affinity. They might be sold, transferred, or pawned, like other goods or personal estate ; for...
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