were once inheritable, both to the father and mother; and after the attainder they are still inheritable to the mother Commune winculum unionis remains. ... from either parent; and therefore, to make the case parallel to ours, it must be put that both parents were attainted, and so under ... though he shall not inherit the son, yet shall hinder the resort to the maternal line; for those who should have inherited onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reports of Judgments delivered by Sir Orlando Bridgman when Chief Justice of the Common Pleas from Mich. 1660 to Trin. 1667. Edited from the Hargrave Manuscripts, by S. Bannister|
|Author||:||Sir Orlando BRIDGEMAN, Saxe BANNISTER|