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" a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively their own. The wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom tiny belong. "
The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany - Page 258
1823
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill - 1820
...directed to receive portions cut of their brothers' allotments, Laws of Menu, ix. 118. * Three persons, a wife, a son., and a slave, are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusiveK- their own : the wealth vhich they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 15

1823
...to provide subsistence for his Slave except when employed in his business. When the proprietor docs not protect and subsist his bondsman, he may seek...Three persons," says Menu, " a wife, a son, and a slnve, are declared by law to have in general no wealth exclusively their own. The wealth which they...
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The Monthly repository (and review)., Volume 18

1823
...to provide subsistence for his Slave, except when employed in his business. When the proprietor does not protect and subsist his bondsman, he may seek...liable to be reclaimed at any future period. Slaves arc incapable of acquiring any property of tlieir own. " Three persone," says Menu, " a wfe, a son,...
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The Monthly Repository of Theology and General Literature, Volume 18

1823
...to provide subsistence for his Slave, except when employed in his business. When the proprietor does not protect and subsist his bondsman, he may seek employment elsewhere; but he is bound to return to liis master at harvest-time, and if not then wanted, he is still liable to be reclaimed at any future...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and ..., Volume 23

1827
...the common acceptation of the term, than slaves. The Hindu law recognizes no rights in a slave : " three persons," says Menu,* " a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth which they may earn is acquired for the man to whom they...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 23

1827
...the common acceptation of the term, than slaves. The Hindu law recognizes no rights in a slave : " three persons," says Menu,* " a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth which they may earn is acquired for the man to whom they...
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Institutes of Hindu Law, Or, The Ordinances of Menu [i.e., Manu]: According ...

Manu (Lawgiver), Kullūkabhaṭṭa - 1869 - 340 pages
...s. 78 WEALTH — Means of acquisition. — See ECONOMICKS, p. 70, et seq., PROPERTY. Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have no, exclusively their own : what they earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong, p....
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Hindoo Law: Defence of the Daya Bhaga. Notice of the Case on Prosoono Coomar ...

John Cochrane - 1872 - 440 pages
...enforce partition. The following are the authorities which support his opinion : — " Three persons, a Wife, a Son, and a Slave, are declared by law to have no wealth exclusively their own ; the wealth which they may earn is acquired for the man to whom they...
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Selections from the Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India ...

1875
...the common acceptation of the term, than slaves. The Hindu law recognizes no rights in a slave : " three persons," says Menu,** " a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have no wealth exclusively their own : the wealth which they may earn is acquired for the man to whom they...
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Modern Hinduism: Being an Account of the Religion and Life of the Hindus in ...

William Joseph Wilkins - 1887 - 494 pages
...of Manu, which is held to teach authoritatively on this subject, is the following : " Three persons, a wife, a son, and a slave, are declared by law to have in general no wealth of their own ; the wealth which they may earn is regularly acquired for the man to whom they belong."...
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