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Laws of England :
BY THE LATE
SIR W. BLACKSTONE.
*50 WHICH IS ADDED
BARRON FIELD, ESQ.
a New Edition, with practical Notes,
CHRISTIAN, ARCHBOLD, AND CHITTY;
ADDITIONAL NOTES AND REFERENCES,
A GENTLEMAN OF THE NEVY-YORK BAR.
IN TWO VOLUMES.
VOL. II.--BOOK III. & IV.
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W. E. Dean, Printer,
Southern District of New-York, ss.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS.
OF THE REDRESS OF PRIVATE WRONGS BY
The redress for private wrongs
First, by mere act of the parties
First, by act of party injured
1. Sell-defence, or defence of relations 3
1. For what a distress may be made
2. What things may be distrained
3. Time, manner of taking, disposing of,
Party cannot in general distrain twice
Distress must not be excessive
How distress to be disposed of
Party distraining not to be a trespasser ab
Secondly, remedies arising from joint act
Of the Public COURTS OF COMMON LAW
Of the several species of courts •
The public courts of common law and equi-
Its extraordinary or equity court
IX Court of appeal-in equity chamber
XI. Courts of assize and nisi prius
Os Courts EccLESIASTICAL, Military,
Public courts, ecclesiastical, military, and
6. Court of delegates, being the great court
These courts are not of record
Of RRDRESS BY MERE OPERATION OF
Secondly, redress by mere operation of law 13
REDRESS BY SUIT OF Courts In GENR-
Thirdly, redress by suit in courts
I. Nature and several species of courts of
First, their nature and incidents in general 23
What constituent parts necessary as plain-
Counsel, as barristers, serjeants, king'a
Or Courts OE A SPECIAL JURISDIC-
Private courts of special jurisdiction
II. Courts of commissioners of sewers
III. Courts of policies of insurance
IV. Court of marshalsea and palace
V. Courts of principality of Wales
VI. Court of ducby chamber of Lancas.