Abstract: Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England are widely used to provide historical context for the Constitution of the United States as an aid to discovering the original intent of the writers and ratifiers of the Constitution.
Keywords: book review, constitution, William Blackstone, rights of persons, individuals, commentaries, laws England, English, Great Britain, British.
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Title: Commentaries on the Laws of England: A Facsimile of the First Edition of 1765-1769, Volume One: Of the Rights of Persons
Author: William Blackstone
Foreword: Stanley N. Katz
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Date Published: March 1991
ISBN: 0226055388
LOCN: KD660.B52 1765a
Dewey: 349.42 344.2 19
Pages: 473
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Author:        Blackstone, William, Sir, 1723-1780.
Title:         Commentaries on the laws of England / William
Published:     Chicago : University of Chicago Press, c1979.
Description:   4 v. ; 23 cm.
LC Call No.:   KD660.B52 1765a
Dewey No.:     349.42 344.2 19
ISBN:          0226055361 (v. 1)
               0226055388 ( v. 1 pbk.)
Notes:         "A facsimile of the first edition of 1765-1769."
               Includes bibliographical references and index.
               v. 1. of the Rights of persons.--v. 2. Of the
                  Rights of things.--v. 3. of Private wrongs.--v. 4. of public
Subjects:      Law -- Great Britain.
Control No.:   79011753 //r873


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