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Dwarris, Fortunatus, his Treatise on Statutes, noticed, 219.

Evidence, examination of the rule which renders interested-wit-

nesses incompetent, 18.
Eunomus, Letter iii. notice of, 452.

Fonblanque's Equity, notice of Laussat's edition of it, 447.
Foreign Quarterly Review, character of Montesquieu's Spirit of

Law from, 459.
Franchises, definition and nature of, 86; case of the Charles River

Bridge Company v. the Warren Bridge Company, examined,
89; case of the Enfield Bridge Company v. the Connecticut

River Company, 101.
Freight, decision of Lord Mansfield respecting pro rata freight,
77; opinion on a question as to partial loss on freight, 327.

Georgia legislation, 435.
Gould, James, a treatise on pleading by him preparing for publi-

cation, 233.
Grimaldi's Pedigrees, notice of, 455.

Illinois legislation, 197.
Indians, see Cherokee Nation.
Insolvent laws, account of one proposed in Massachusetts, 116.
Insurance, opinion on the question, whether in adjusting a partial

loss on a vessel which is repaired, the deduction of a third new
for old, for the expense of repairs, should be made before or
after the deduction of the proceeds of the old materials, 45;
insurance cases decided by Lord Mansfield, examined, 67.

Jury, the right of a person accused to argument by counsel before

the jury, both upon the law and fact, remarks on, 237; cases
in Virginia on this subject, 244 ; liable to be influenced by
popular rage, 468.

Kentucky legislation, 195.

Larceny, law of, when it is accompanied by a breach of trust, 104.
Laussat, Antony, notice of his edition of Fonblanque's Equity,

Law, Civil and Common, 460.
Law publications, quarterly list of, 235, 474.



Law school by Briscoe G. Baldwin, 233.
Legislation of Virginia, 177; Louisiana, 187; South Carolina,

190; New Jersey, 192; Kentucky, 195; Illinois, 197; Dela-
ware, 199, 4:20; Maryland, 200, 422; North Carolina, 201,
108; Pennsylvania, 204, 396 ; New Hampshire, 206; United
States, 390; Mississippi, 399; Missouri, 405; Ohio, 412;
Massachusetts, 425; Georgia, 435 Connecticut, 434; Maine,

Le Roy, Daniel, appointed District Attorney in Michigan, 234.

Maine legislation, 441.
Mansfield, Lord, examination of his opinions, 65; liberality of his

views on commercial law, 67; insurance cases decided by him,
examined, 67; cases as to factors and agents decided by him,
examined, 76; decision in regard to pro rata freight, 77 ; de-
cision on liability of owners for supplies to vessel, 77; decision
that master has no lien on the vessel for his wages, 77; decision
in regard to sale of chattels, 77; decisions on bills of exchange,
78; remarks on his character, 82; anecdotes respecting him,

82; his death, 84; personal appearance and character, 85.
Maryland legislation, 200, 422.
Massachusetts legislation, 425.
Metcalf, Theron, notice of his edition of Russell on Crimes, 451.
Mississippi legislation, 399.
Missouri legislation, 405.
Monroe, Thomas B., appointed District Attorney for Kentucky, 234.
Montesquieu, character of his Spirit of Laws from the Foreign
Quarterly Review, 459.

Naturalization laws, of the United States, their history, 55; present

state, 56; objections to some of their provisions, 59, importance
of some legal provision for children of American citizens born
out of the country, 61; mode of obtaining naturalization in

England, 62.
New Hampshire Reports vol. 4, part 2, digest of 129; legislation,

New Jersey legislation, 192.
North Carolina legislation, 201, 408. .
Northeastern boundary, proceedings in legislature of Maine in re-

gard to it, 444.
Nuisance, Is the Darlington and Stockton Railroad a nuisance ?

Ohio Reports vols. 3, and 4, digest of, 336; legislation, 412.

Oliver, Benjamin L. his Law Summary noticed, 231.

Partnership, opinion or a question relating to, 309.
Pennsylvania legislation, 204, 396.
Peters's Reports, vol. 5, digest of, 336.
Pickering's Reports, vol. 9, digest of, 336.
Precedents of Indictments, Davis’s, notice of, 448.
Property, origin of considered, 267; Cherokee titles, 276.

Railroad, whether a nuisance, 470.
Replications, double, recommended in England, 460; permitted

in Delaware, 460.
Russell on Crimes, notice of Metcalf's edition of, 450.

Sale of chattels, decision of Lord Mansfield respecting, 77.
Sanders, author of the Essay on Uses and Trusts, biographical

notice of, 472.
Ships and Shipping. Case as to shipper's lien on the vessel, 5;

Lord Mansfield's decision as to liability of owners for supplies
to vessel, 77 ; his decision that master has no lien on the vessel

for his wages, 77.
South Carolina legislation, 190.

United States, legislation of the, 391.
Usury, laws against, their policy considered, 282.

Virginia, amended constitution, 174; legislation of, 177.

Ware, Ashur, Judge, his opinion in a case respecting the shipper's

lien on the vessel, 6.
Wendell's Reports, Vol. 5, digest of 336.
Witness. Examination of the rule of law which renders interest-

ed witnesses incompetent, 18.


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