"The first edition was published with the title Law tracts, in two octavo volumes, 1762. No "second edition" is listed in bibliographical sources ... All of these tracts were published as separate works."--Eller, C.S. The William Blackstone Collection in the Yale Law Library, 1938, p. 98.
I. An analysis of the laws of England -- II. An essay on collateral consanguinity -- III. Considerations on copyholders -- IV. Observations on the Oxford Press -- V. Introduction to the Great charter, etc. -- VI. Magna carta, Carta de foresta, etc
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