See also:English jurist, son of
See also:advocate of the
See also:admiralty, was
See also:born in
See also:London in 1742, 'and was educated at
See also:Westminster school . He adopted the legal profession, but, though well fitted by his talents to succeed as a
See also:barrister, he neglected his profession and devoted most of his
See also:attention and his patrimony to the
See also:prosecution of scientific experiments, with the vain hope of achieving discoveries which would
See also:reward him for his pains and expense . He died in 1794, leaving his widow and
See also:family in necessitous circumstances . His
See also:Essay on the Learning of Contingent Remainders and Executory Devises, the
See also:work which has made his reputation as a legal authority, and which has passed through numerous
See also:editions, was called forth by a decision of
See also:Lord Mans-
See also:field in the case of Perrin v . Blake, and had the effect of
See also:reversing that decision . A
See also:volume entitled Fearne's
See also:Works was published by subscription in 1797 for the benefit of his widow .
CARLO FEA (1753-1836)
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