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  • Primitive property
  • Property -- Law and legislation
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Filed under: Property Filed under: Church property -- Germany -- Aachen Filed under: Monasteries -- Germany -- History -- SourcesFiled under: Monasteries -- Germany -- Paulinzella Filed under: Family farms -- Germany -- Fiction
  • [Info] Dame Care, by Hermann Sudermann, trans. by Bertha Overbeck (Gutenberg text)
Filed under: Property -- Great Britain Filed under: Income -- Great Britain Filed under: Interest -- EnglandFiled under: Wages -- Great Britain Filed under: Wages -- Great Britain -- History Filed under: Agricultural wages -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Administration of estates -- Great Britain Filed under: Estates (Law) -- Scotland -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Escheat -- ScotlandFiled under: Inheritance and succession -- Great Britain Filed under: Inheritance and succession -- Great Britain -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Marriage settlements -- Great Britain Filed under: Wills -- England -- CanterburyFiled under: Wills -- England -- Lincolnshire Filed under: Wills -- England -- Sussex -- Indexes Filed under: Decedents' estates -- England -- Northumberland
  • [Info] Northumbrian Documents of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, Comprising the Register of the Estates of Roman Catholics in Northumberland and the Correspondence of Miles Stapylton (Durham: Pub. for the Surtees Society by Andrews and Co.; London, B. Quaritch, 1918), ed. by John Crawford Hodgson, contrib. by Miles Stapylton
Filed under: Inheritance and succession -- England -- FictionFiled under: Inheritance and succession -- Scotland Filed under: Inheritance and succession -- Scotland -- Fiction Filed under: Manors -- England -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Juniper Hall (England)Filed under: Real property -- England
  • [Info] A Literal Extension and Translation of the Portion of Domesday Book Relating to Cheshire and Lancashire, and to Parts of Flintshire and Denbighshire, Cumberland, Westmoreland, and Yorkshire (published to accompany a facsimile not included here; Domesday text in Latin and English; Chester: Minshull and Hughes; London: Vacher and Sons, 1863), ed. by William Beamont
Filed under: Real property -- ScotlandFiled under: Right of property -- Great BritainFiled under: Property -- HistoryFiled under: Property -- United StatesFiled under: Cultural propertyFiled under: IncomeFiled under: Personal propertyFiled under: Property in literatureFiled under: Real propertyFiled under: Right of property

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