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THE

NEW YORK LEGAL OBSERVER,

CONTAINING

REPORTS OF CASES

DECIDED IN

THE COURTS OF EQUITY AND COMMON LAW,

AND

IMPORTANT DECISIONS IN THE ENGLISH COURTS;

ALSO,

ARTICLES ON LEGAL SUBJECTS,

PRACTICAL POINTS OF GENERAL INTEREST, REMARKABLE TRIALS,

SKETCHES OF THE BENCH AND THE BAR, ANECDOTES, &c. &c.

WITH

A TABLE OF CASES, A GENERAL INDEX,

AND

A DIGEST OF THE REPORTS.

EDITED BY

SAMUEL OWEN,

OF THE NEW YORK BAR.

Volume III.

NEW YORK:
SAMUEL OWEN, 41 ANN STREET.

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Entered according to the Act of Congress in the year 1845,

BY SAMUEL OWEN,

In the Clerk's office of the District Court of the Southern District of New York

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Ackerman v. Emott and another

337 Guild v. Peck and o'rs Aldrich v. Abrahams

128 Gordon v. Lowe Anonymous

354 Gardiner v. Marshall Anonymous

387 Griffith v. Lewis Armstrong v. Halenbeck

43 Gassett et al v. Morse & Chapman Axtell v. Parburt

289

H.
B.

Hammond and oʻrs v. President, Directors, Burchard v. Phillips et al

35

&c., of the Michigan State Bank Beales v. Beales

58

Hills Jun'r v. Varet Beach v. Beach

202 Hudson v. Plets Betsy and Rhoda, The

215

Harder v. Harder Bailey v. Porter

329 Harris in re • Banks and oʻrs ex'ors, &c, v. Walker

340

Hosack v. Rogers Brown v. Weatherhead

407 Hardin adm'r, &c., v. Patterson

Same v. same
C.

Hall and oʻrs v. Cooley et al

Hunter v. Daniel Crawford, non resident, in re Petition of 76

Hart v. Stevens Carleton, libellant, v. Davis

86

Holt in re Call and o’rs v. Jeter

135 Hammersley v. Parker Cram v. Mitchell et al.

163 Holford v. Blatchford Rec'r, &c. Colegrove et al ex’rs v. Horton

203 Coats y. Shepard

404

J.
D.

Jenkins v. Stephens

Jackson v. Cornell and oʻrs Davies y, Jenkins

38

Jewett v. Belden Davis v. Child et al

147 Dole ex parte in re Marwick

286 Darbon v. Rickards

300

K Davis in re

303 De Kay v. Waddell assignee in Bankruptcy, Kittle v. Van Dyck and Merrihew, rec'r, &c.

367 Kitchen v. Lee et al Doe d. Clark v. Smarridge

393 Kittredge v. Emerson Doe d. Fleming v. Somerton

395 Doe d. Mayor, &c. of Richmond v. Morphett 408

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Lynch'v. Clarke

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37 89 274

126 160 166

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Sackett v. Andross Sammis v. Kingsley Spencer v. Spencer et al Soule v. Corning Stewart in re petition of Schlesinger v. Flerscheim Storm and oʻrs v. Waddell official assignee

11 Whiting v. Burt 111 | Wilkins v. Wood 162 Warren rec’r v. Sprague 234 Williams v. Walker 235 Wallond y. Wallond 304 Warren y. Swinborne

ANECDOTES

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ANECDOTES—

MASSACHUSETTS v. MAINE-
“A deed without a name,” 98.

Their Bench and Bar, 81.
Practical Knowledge, 102.
Garrlck and Lord Camden, 143.

OBITUARY
Lord Tenterden's remarks with reference to Sir Charles D. Betts, Esq., 146.

Robert Peel having undertaken certain amend- The Hon. Joseph Story, 364.

ments of the law, 156.
False prophets, ib.

ON DIT
Personal identity, ib.

Westminster Hall, 196.
Ludicrous error of Franklin, 228.
Man in a state of nature, 196.

POST OFFICE-
Sir Robert Peel and his opponents, 396.

The act to reduce the postage, &c., 219.
Judge Edmonds and Benj. Franklin, ib.

PRACTICAL POINTS-
ART.CLES-

Jury, 43.
On the plea of Insanity in Criminal cases, 1, 41, Dissolution of partnership, 63.
101, 192.

Executors' allowances, 85.
On accumulation of property settled to separate Signatures to deeds, 103.
use, 3.

Equity--infant-next friend-removing, 119.
On collision of ships, 61.

ne exeat-filing bill-prayer of writ, 232
On examination of witnesses on the voir dire, 117. Separate estate of married woman, 159.
On donations mortis causa, 157, 197.

Assignment for the benefit of creditors, ib.
On life insurance societies, 199.

Vendor and purchaser-lessor's title, ib.
On conditions in restraint of marriage, 200.

Crim con-evidence, 160.
On tradesmens' marks, 225, 230.

Criminal law-Larceny, 202, 311.
On criminal liability, 227.

Conspiracy, 335, 336.
On law reading, 228.

Attempt to poison, 337.
On presumption of survivorship, 269.

Indictment 412.
On principles of equity, 307.

Conditional tender, 233.
On affidavits by persons residing abroad to be used Bill of interpleader, where it lies, 271.
in the English courts, 309.

Bankrupt–fraudulent preference, 294.
On Agency, 333.

Broker special contract-negligence-damages,
On Bill for an account, 365.

308.
On examination of Students, 395.

Discovery, ib.
On slanderpriviledged communication, 398 Assignment of goods and chattels, 310.
On liability of infants for torts, 399.

Injunction, ib.

Devise of trust estate, ib.
DANIEL WEBSTER-Extract from his speech in Bills of Exchange, 311.
the Girard Case, 412.

Power of attorney, 317.

Specific performance, 326.
FACETIOUSNESS OF THE LAW-

Guarantee, 332.
Husband and wife, 155.

Licence by patentee—dedication to the public, 334
An estate in fee simple, 156.

Fraudulent preference in contemplation of In-

solvency 335.
HISTORICAL OUTLINES, 4, 59, 79, 100, 113. Husband and wife, 336.

Set off, 353.
HOUSE OF LORDS—Case with reference to sep- Power of attorney, ib.
arate estates of married women, 305.

Wager, 356.
LEGAL LYRICS-

RULES OF PRACTICE of the United States in
O think not your pleadings, 116.

cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction, 357

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