"The discourses relate, each of them, to subjects common to the law of England and of Scotland."cf. Pref.
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v.1.I. History of the criminal law. II. History of promises and covenants. III. History of property. IV. History of securities upon land for payment of debt. V. History of the privilege which an heir-apparent in a feudal holding has, to continue the possession of his ancestor. VI. History of regalities, and of the privilege of repledging. VII. History of courtrs. v. 2. VIII. History of brieves. IX. History of process in absence. X. History of executin against moveables and land for payment of debt. XI. History of personal execution for payment of debt. XII. History of execution for obtaining payment after the death of the debtor. XIII. History of the limited and universal representatin of heirs. XIV. Old and new extent. Appendix.