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Definitions of JANE ROBINSON
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The following volumes, signed "by the author of Whitefriars", are ascribed to the above writer in Olphar Hamst's[Ralph Thomas's] Handbook for Fictitious Names: "Whitehall; or, The Days of Charles I". (1845); "The Maid of Orleans" (1849); "The Gold Worshipers" (1851); "The City Banker" (1856); "Maulever's Divorce" (1858); "Which Wins?\" (1863); "Dorothy Firebrace" (1865); and others.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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- legal doctrine stating person receives money or other through no effort of his own, at expense another, recipient should return to rightful owner, even if property was not obtained illegally. Most courts will order that the be returned party who has suffered loss brings a lawsuit. 1. Benefit retention with no consideration of return where it can be reasonably expected. 2. Money obtained that is not a gift the beneficiary needs to make restitution for.