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TABLE

OF

TITLES AND THEIR DIVISIONS.

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II. Prizes

III, Liability of master and ownABATEMENT Page.

35 I. Action and writ; what shall

IV. Salvage

38 abate them 1 V. Evidence

39 II. Mode of pleading 2 Ad quod damnum

40 111. Time of pleading 6 Advancement

40 IV. What may be pleaded or Advowson

40 not

Affidavit
V. Judgment on a plea in a- 1. To hold to bail

42 batement

II. In penal actions

47 Account 11 III. Entitling

48 Aet of God

12 IV. On judgments in criminal Action

cases as in aggravation, I. Commencement of

12
&c.

49 II. Cause of; when it accrues 13 V. Supplementary or addition111. Removal of

13
al

50 Action on the Case

VI. Swearing; the mode and I. Case and Trespass; distinc.

jurisdiction

51 tion between

13 Agent II. Who may maintain an ac- 1. Where liable personally 52 tion on the case

15 II. How far his principal is III. For eonsequential dama

bound

55 ges by neglect

16 Agreements
IV. Crim. Con. Seduction, &c. 21 1. Of the interpretation, and
V. Deceit

22
operation of

56 VI. For malicious suits and II. Fraudulent, illegal or void 61

prosecutions and other ma- III. Non-performance; what
licious injuries

23
shall excuse

63 VII. For Nuisances, and keep- Albany Corporation

60 ing mischievous animals 26 Ale house

66 Actions local and transitory 27 Alexandria

66 Action Qui Tam

27 Alien Admiralty

Alimony

no I. Jurisdiction 28 Allegiance

71 FOL. I.

66

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Ambassador's Servants

71 II. Consideration ; what shall

Amendment

raise an assumpsit 117

General Rules

71 III. Assumpsit on express pro-

I. At what times allowed 72

mises, &c.

125

II. In writs, executions, &c. 75 IV. Assumpsit on behalf of

III. Iu judgments

79

130

IV. In interinediate proceed. V. Assumpsit for money paid,

ings

80

laid out, &c.

133

V. In records

82 VI. Assumpsit for money had

Amercement

85

and received

135

Ancient demesne and office 86 Attachment

Annoity

I. Of the body, goods, chattels,

General Rules as to

or estate of a debtor 143

I. Consideration of'; wbat shall IL. Against sheriff

144

be good

87 BIL. Against privileged persons 146

II. Deeds granting; in what IV. Against others for con-

cases void

88

tempt

147

III. Forfeiture of

89 V. Interrogatories on

149

IV. Registry; what annuities VI. When refused, &c. 149

must be registered and Attainder

150

when

89 Attorney

V. Memorial for registering ; I. Admission and clerkship,

requisites of

90

rules as to, and certificates 151

VI. Relief; mode of granting II. His bills, taxation, and

by the courts

94

payment of

153

Appeal

III. His privileges

155

I. Where or when it lies, or IV. Summary jurisdiction of

not

97

the court over

158

II. Pleadings on

100 V. His liability on undertak-

III. The proceedings on 100

ings

159

IV. Of Murder

101 VI. Oiher points relative to 161

Appearance

101 Attornment

162

1

Apprentice

102 Auction

163

Arraignment

104 Audita Querela

163

Arrest

Auterfoits Acquit

164

I. Officer's duty on

105 Author

164

II. Privileged places and per-

Authority

164

105 Averment

165

III. On escape

108 Avowry

165

IV, Ou Sunday

108 Award

V. Fees on.

109 I. Submission, effect of 166

VI. Warrant

109 II. Arbitrator and umpire,pow-

VII. Other points relative to 109

169

Arson

109 III. Performance; of enforcing

Articles of the Peace

109 or relieving against

171

Assessors

110
Assets

110

Assignment

B

1. Of chattels real and person-

al

110 BAIL

II. Of chose in action

111 I. On arrest in civil cases 175

Assize

113 II. Of the bail bond, and ac-

Assumpsit

tions thereon

180

I. General indebitatus assump-

III. Scire Facias, or other pro-

sit

113 ceedings against bail 183

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bail on

TABLE OF TITLES AND THEIR DIVISIONS. xi IV. Surrender of principal 185 Bigamy

ibid V, What else shall disebarge

Bills of Exceptions

ibid bail

189 Bills of Exchange and Promis-
VI. Writ of error; its effect
as relates to bail, and of I. Axceeptance; what shall be,

192

and acceptor how liable 249 VII. Bail in criminal cases 194 II. Actions on Bills

252 VIII. Special bail; how and III. Days of Grace

264 when put in

196 IV, Indorsement and Indorser 265 Bailment

196 V. Negotiable; what shall be
Baker

196
considered as

267 Bank

197

VI. Notice; what necessary,
Bankrupt

and in what cases

269 1. Act of Bankruptey; what

VII. Protest; where necessary 276 shall be, and its effect by VIII. Fictitious

2777 relation

198 IX. Forged or Altered ibid II. Assignees; what vests in X. Void, illegal, or unproduethem, and of actions by

tive

278 them 203 XI. Goldsmith's Notes

281 III. Bankrupt; of his personal XII. Bank Checks

ibid rights and duties

213 XUI. Other Points relative to IV. Certificate ; of obtaining,

Bills, &c.

282 and to what actions, fc. Bills of Lading and Consignment 286 it shall be a bar 214 Bill of Sale

291 V. Debts ; what may be prov- Bishops

292 ed under the commission 220 Blaspbemy

ibid VI. Petitioning Creditor 223 Blockade

293 VII. Notice of Bankruptey, Bond

whom it shall effect 225 I. Limitation of Actions on ibid VIII. Preference to creditors II. Of indemnity, surety-ship,

by Bånkrupt, when legal 225 and other joint-bonds 294 IX. Trader, who shall be con

III. Penalty

296 sidered as 228 IV. Consideration

298 X. Trust Property ; the effect V. Condition

300 of Bankruptcy on; and VI. Erasures, interlineations, what shall be considered

&c.

302 as such

230 VII. Forthcoming bend 803 XI. Commissioners' Powers; Book Debt

303 examination of witnesses 232 Bottomry

303 XII. Other Points relative to 283 Boundaries

303 Baron and Feme

Bribery

303 1. Actions by, or against 234 Bridges

304 II. Feme Covert, when she British Creditors

306 may be considered as a British Debts

306 Feme Sole 237 British Statutes

306 III. Debts of the Wife; what British Subjects

206 the hasband is liable for 240 British Treaty

306 IV. Marriage Agreements be- Broker

306 tween 242 Building Act

307 V. Relative Rights of, &c. 244 Burglary

808 Bastards.

Burial

308 1. Who are Bastards

245 II. Orders of Bastardy

245
III. Other Points relative to

217
Bees
248 Canaan Aet

300

C!

Canada Grants
308 Confiscation

342 Capture 308 Congress

342 Carriages 309 Connecticut Claimants

343 Carrier 309 Consideration

343 Case Made

312 Consignor and Consignee 343 Catskill Patent 312 Conspiracy

344 Caveat 312 Conspirators and Absentees

344 Caveat Emptor

312 Constable Cayuga County Supervisors

312

I. Election of, and who liable Certiorari

to serve or not

341 I. In what cases grantable 313 II. How punishable for neglect, 11. On whose application, aud

&c.

345 in what manner

316 III. Other points relative to 345 III. Costs on 318 Constitutions

345 IV. Return to 318 Coustruction

316 V. Effect thereof, &c. 319 Contempt of Court

346 Certificate of Justices of the Continuance

348 Peace 319 Contract

348 Challenge of Jurors 320 Contribution

350 Champerty and Maintenance 320 Conusance

350 Chaneery 320 Conveyance Voluntary

350 Charitable Uses

331 Conviction Charter Party

329 I. Evidence, statement of 351 Chattels 331 Il. Form of

353 Cheat 331 III. Game Laws

354 Cherry-Valley Turnpike 331 IV. Lottery Acts

355 Church and Churchwardens 331 V. Malt Acts

356 Citation

333 VI. Separate Penalties 357 Citizen

333 VII. Quashing or appealing Cierk

333
from

357 Coeymau's Patent 333 VIII. Surplussage in

359 Collector of Taxes and Revenue 334 IX. Duty of Justices; cxecuCoin

334
tion on, &c.

359 Colonial Produce 334 Coparceners

360 Colony 335 Copper

360 Commencement of Action 335 Copy

360 Commission

335 Copyhold Commission del Credere 336 1. Custom essential to

360 Commissioners to examine wit

II. Fines on admission

364 336 III. Forfeiture of

360 Commissioners of Excise

336 IV. Surrender, effect of 366 Commissioners of Land Office 337 V. Timber

368 Commitment

337 VI. What shall pass, &c. 368 Common

Coroners

369 1. Prescription, &c. for 337 Corporation II. Ivelosure and appropriation, 1. Bye laws of their making, &c.

338

and actions on them 369 III. Surcharging, or otherwise II. Charters, constitutions ;

injuring, and remedies for 339 their nature and construcCompounding Actions

340
tion, &c.

872. Composition with Creditors 340 III. Dissolution and revival 374 Comptroller General

341

IV. Officers; their qualifica-
Condition

341
tion, election, &c.

375 Confessions

342 V. Proceedings by, or against,

and their rights, &c. 381

desses

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402 Debis

Costs

Curtesy

443 1. Damages; where costs shall Custom

be governed by; and the I. Custom of Merchants
certificate of the judge 384

II. Custom in general

444 II. Exeeutors, where they shall Custom of London

447 be liable to pay costs 390 Customs on merchandize

448 III. Feigned issue

392 IV. Former actions or trials; costs of, when to be paid 392

D V. Where there are several defendants, or various issues 395 Damages

448 VI. On payment of money into

Date

452 court 398 Day Rule

452 VII. Or security and recogni- De Bruyn's Patent

432 zance for costs 399 Debt

452 VI. By statutes

453 IX. For not proceeding to trial, Debtor

454 or not executing inqniry 406 Debtors absent and absconding 454 X. Juror, withdrawing 407 Deceit

454 XI. Of iaking depositions 407 De Conflietu Legum

455 XII. On wrils of error

407 Deed
XIII. Other points relative to 408 1. What are the requisites of a
Counsellor at law

411
deed

455 County Rate

412 II. Construction of, &c. 457 County Stock

112
III. Defeazance

466 Courts

IV. Other points relative to

467 I. In England 412 Defalcation

467 IL In Massachusetts 413 Delivery

468 III. In Newyork 414 Demurrage

468 IV. In Pennsylvania

415 Demurrer V. United States' Courts 416

I. Demurrer in general 468 Court Rolls

417
II. Demurrer to evidence

470 Court Martial 418 Deodand

471 Covebant

Deposition

471 I. Assignees, how they may en- Depreciation

471 force, and low bound by Deputy

471 covenants, and how far Descent

471 the assigpor is discharged 418 Description of Persons

472 II. Condition precedent, what Detinue

473 shall be considered as 422 Devise III. Dependant aud concurrent I. Conditional, contingent or covenants

426

executory; their construcIV. Joint and several

429
tion

473 V. Renewal, covenants for 430 II. Construction of devises VI. Rent, covenants to pay 431

from the rules of law the VII. Repairs, &c., covenants

apparent intent of the tesfor

432

tator, or as explained by VII. Quiet enjoyment, title,

parol evidence

482 &e.

434 IlI. Cross remainders, what IX. Taxes, covenant to pay

439
words shall create

501 X. Other points relative to 439 IV. Estates in fee; what words Crier's Fees

442
shall give

502 Curate or Chaplain 4+2 V. Estate tail

506 Current Money

443 VI. Estate for life

513

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