Tlie laws of the West Saxons, which obtained in the counties tothe south and west of England, from Kent to Devonshire. Blackstone supposes theseto have been much the same with the laws of Alfred, being the municipal law of Qthe far most considerable part of his dominions, and particularly including Rerkshire,the seat of his peculiar residence. 1 Bl. Comm. G5.
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