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Author: Page, John, LL.D.
Title: Jus fratrum,: The law of brethren. Touching the power of parents, to dispose of their estates to their children, or to others. The prerogative of the eldest, and the rights and priviledges of the younger brothers. Shewing the variety of customes in several counties, and the preservation of families, collected out of the common, cannon, civil, and statute laws of England. / By John Page, late Master in Chancery, and Dr. of the Civil Law.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Jus fratrum,: The law of brethren. Touching the power of parents, to dispose of their estates to their children, or to others. The prerogative of the eldest, and the rights and priviledges of the younger brothers. Shewing the variety of customes in several counties, and the preservation of families, collected out of the common, cannon, civil, and statute laws of England. / By John Page, late Master in Chancery, and Dr. of the Civil Law.
Page, John, LL.D.

London: Printed by I.M. for Henry Fletcher, at the three gilt Cups, near to the west end of S. Pauls, 1658. [i.e. 1657]
Subject terms:
Inheritance and succession -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90520.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader:
The fathers power and Prerogative in disposing his estate.
An Advertisement to the Reader.
The younger brothers Prerogative.
Proof I. Out of the Law of Nature for the younger brother.
Proof out of the Common Law and Civil Law, for the younger brothers right.
The younger Brothers rights, by the Cannon and Civil Law.
Proofs out of the Cannon and Civil Law.
Proof out of the Common Law.
Proof. Of the Law of Nature.
To the Reader:
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The preservation of Fa∣milies.
To the Reader.
The Apologers Epistle ex∣amined.
The free power of Pa∣rents.
The Rights of eldest Sons.