This chapter treats of the beheading of the heifer, for the expiation
of unknown murder, and the rules to be observed in it, \\#De 21:1-9\\
of a beautiful captive woman an Israelite is desirous of having for
his wife, and what methods he must take to accomplish it,
\\#De 21:10-14\\, of giving the double portion to the firstborn, which he
must not be deprived of in favour of the son of a beloved wife,
\\#De 21:15-17\\ and of the stubborn and rebellious son, who remaining
so must be put to death, \\#De 21:18-21\\ and of burying a person hanged
on a tree the same day he is executed, \\#De 21:22,23\\.