The laws respecting women, as they regard their natural rights, or their connections and conduct : in which their interests and duties as daughters, wards, heiresses, spinsters, sisters, wives, widows, mothers, legatees, executrixes, &c., are ascertained and enumerated : also, the obligations of parent and child, and the condition of minors : the whole laid down according to the principles of the common and statute law, explained by the practice of the courts of law and equity, and describing the nature and extent of the ecclesiastical jurisdiction : in which are inserted a great variety of curious and important decisions in the different law courts, and the substance of the trial of Elizabeth, duchess dowager of Kingston, on an indictment for bigamy, before the House of peers, April 1776 : in four books
- Additional Titles:
- Laws respecting women
- London : Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's church-yard, 1777.
[Getzville, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., 
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource (xxiii numbered, 1 unnumbered, 449 numbered and 15 unnumbered pages).
- Additional Creators:
- Bristol, Elizabeth Chudleigh, Countess of, 1720-1788
- Bristol, Elizabeth Chudleigh, Countess of, 1720-1788—Trials, litigation, etc
- Kingston, Evelyn Pierrepont, Duke of, 1711-1773—Relations with women
- Women—Legal status, laws, etc—Great Britain—Early works to 1800
- Parent and child—Great Britain—Early works to 1800
- Children—Legal status, laws, etc—Great Britain—Early works to 1800
- Trials (Bigamy)—Great Britain—Early works to 1800
- AVAILABLE ONLINE TO AUTHORIZED PSU USERS.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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