Francis Taylor Piggott
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Early life 
His career as a lawyer began in 1874. He published Law of Torts in 1885.
He was Procureur-General of Mauritius from 1893 to 1904.
Selected works 
Piggot's writings include roughly 80+ works
- The Music and Musical Instruments of Japan, by F. T. Piggott. (With Notes by T. L. Southgate.).. Kelly and Walsh. 1909.
- with David Urquhart (1918). The free seas in war: a talk to the men and women of Great Britain on the freedom of the seas. P.S. King & Son, ltd.
- The garden of Japan: A year's diary of its flowers. G. Allen. 1896.
- The music of the Japanese: Read Jan. 14, 1891. 1891.
- Exterritoriality: The law relating to consular jurisdiction and to residence in Oriental countries. Kelly & Walsh, limited. 1907.
- "Sir F.T. Piggot," The Times (UK). 13 March 1925; retrieved 2013-1-7.
- Wesley-Smith, Peter. "Sir Francis Piggott: chief justice in his own cause," Hong Kong Law Journal, 12 (1982), 260–92; retrieved 2013-1-7.
- Sir Francis Taylor Piggott, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography at Uniset.ca
- The London Gazette: . 7 March 1905. Retrieved 2013-01-7.
- WorldCat, "au:Sir Francis Taylor Piggott"; retireved 2012-1-7.