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GENERAL TREATISES ON LAWS. INTERNATIONAL LAW.
Aiken, 7514, D. A comparative view of the constitutions of Great Britain and
the United States of America. By P. F. Aiken. London, 1842. Andressen-Siemens, 7634, D. 3. Fragment über den Eid von Jacob Andressen
Siemens. Hamburg, 1839. Beaumont, 12311, 0. The law of fire and life insurance. By George D. B.
Beaumont, Esq. London, 1846. Brcraria, 10274, 0. Opere di Cesare Beccaria. 2 vols. Milano, 1821. Boërnus, 9228, D. Omnium gentium mores leges et utus a Johanno Boërno
Aubano Teutonico. Antverpiæ, 1562. Burke, 7608, D. A treatise on the law of copyright. By Peter Burke. Lon
don, 1842. Constant, 10265, 0. Commente sulla scienza della legislazione di G'. Filangieri,
scritti del Signor Benimino Constant, prima traduzione Italiana. Italie, 1828.
10014, 0. Commentaire sur l'ouvrage de Filangieri, par M. Ben
jamin Constant. A Paris, 1824. Curtis, 13120, 0. A treatise on the law of copyright. By G. T. Curtis.
Boston, 1847. Dupin, 10921, O. 2. Opinion sur le droit de visite, par M. Le Baron Ch.
Dupin. Flynn, 8522, D. British Consuls abroad, their origin, rank and privileges,
&c. &c. By R. Flynn. London, 1846. Foss, 7607, D. The grandeur of the law; or the legal peers of England, with
sketches of their professional career. By Edward Foss. London,
1813. Hesse, 2603, Q. 12. De insinuatione donationum rite conficienda. Dissertatio
quam defendet Christianus Mauritius Hesse. Lipsiæ, 1844. Hoffman, 9457, 0. A course of legal study, addressed to students and the profession generally. By David Hoffman. 2d edition.
2d edition. Re-written and much enlarged. 2 vols. Baltimore, 1836. Jacob, 1246, F. .
A new law dictionary. Eighth edition. By Giles Jacob. London, 1772. Gift of F. A. Packard, Esq. Kaims, 9343, 0.' Historical law tracts. By Lord Kaims.
By Lord Kaims. 3d edition. Ed. inburgh, 1776. McCall, 12825, 0. 1. Discourse before the Law Academy of Philadelphia.
By P. McCall. Philadelphia, 1838. Marshall, 9754, 0. The writings of John Marshall
, late Chief Justice of the United States, upon the Federal Constitution. Boston, 1839. Marvin, 12090, 0. Legal Bibliography, or a Thesaurus of American, English,
Irish and Scotch law books, together with some continental treatises.
Interspersed with critical observations, and a copious list of abbrevia
tions. By J. O. Marvin. Philadelphia, 1847. Gift of the author. Matthias, 9948, D. Rules of order. A manual for conducting business in
town and ward meetings, boards of directors and managers, and other deliberative bodies. By Benjamin Matthias. 5th edition. Philadel
phia, 1851. Mollenbeck, 9207, D. 2. Radices et primordia jurisprudentiæ, ab Antonio
Henrico Mollenbecio. Rintellii, 1653. Perkins, 9223, D. A profitable booke of Mr. John Perkins treating of the
lawes of England. London, 1614. Prichard, 7606, D. On the different forms of insanity, in relation to jurispru
dence. By James C. Prichard, M. D. London, 1842. Schletter, 2603, Q. 11. Symbolæ ad dogmatum juris historiam e sæculo xvi.
allatæ, quibus invitat D. Hermannus Theodorus Schletter. Lipsiæ,
1839. Story, 9287, 0. The miscellaneous writings, literary, critical, juridical, and
political, of Joseph Story. Boston, 1835. Tabor, 9207, D. 1. Jurisprudentiæ Methodicæ Partitiones Elementariæ á
Tobia Ottone Tabor. Giessæ Hassorum, 1660. Tracy, de, 7639, D. Commentario sobre el Espiritu de las leyes de Montes
quieu. Par D. de Tracy. Valencia, 1822. Gift of Martin Molas. Warren, 11504, 0. A popular and practical introduction to law studies, and
to every department of the legal profession. By Samuel Warren, Esq. Remodelled, rewritten, and greatly enlarged, with an American introduction, by Thomas W. Clerke. New York, 1816. 8918 & 9037, D. The moral, social, and professional duties of attor
neys and solicitors. By Samuel Warren. Edinburgh, 1848, and
New York, 1849. Wheaton, 11824, 0. Elements of international law. By Henry Wheaton,
LL. D. 3d edition. Philadelphia, 1846. 11378, 0. Revue de droit Français et Etranger. 2 tomes. Paris, 1844.
9920, D. 6. Un mot de Bertrand du Guesclin aux gens de loi, de robe et d'épée. Par un Académicien. Paris, 1845.
10924, 0. 8, & 7634, D. 5. An examination of the question now in discussion between the American and British governments, concerning the right of search. By an American. Paris and Baltimore, 1812.
10921, 0. 4. Examen des questions de juridiction qui se sont elevées entre les gouvernements Anglais et Americain dans l'affaire de La Creole. Paris.
ANCIENT, CIVIL, FEUDAL AND ECCLESIASTICAL LAW.
Borcholten, 2534, Q. Commentaria in quatuor Institutionum Justiniani Im
peratoris libris. Auctore Johanne Borcholten. Helmæstadii, 1599. Brant, 12178, 0. Titulorum omnium juris tam civilis quam canonici expo
sitiones; Sebastiano Brant autore. Lugduni, 1578. Brederodius, 9147, D. Analusis, seu resolutio dialectica quatuor librorum In
stitutionum Imperialium. Petri Comelii Brederodii. Basileæ, 1593. Budæus, 9204, D. 1. Gulielmi Budæi annotationes in Pandectas. Parisiis,
1534. Cassadorus, 9211, D. Decisiones Aureæ per D. Gulielmum Cassadorem Epis
copum. Parisiis, 1545. Choriolanus, 1326, F. Canones Aurelii Augustini; cum nova ac præclara
interpretatione Ambrosii Choriolani. Argentina, 1490.
Damhouder, 2417, Q. Practycke in Civile Saken door Joost de Damhouder.
Rotterdam, 1660. Gift of Thomas Chapman, Esq. Decius, 9183, D. Philippus Decius de regulis juris, &c. Lugdiniensis, 1539. Dion, 9221, D. Tractatus Dioni super regulis juris. Lugduni, 1505. Durand, 1262, F. Speculi clarissimi viri Gulielmi Durandi. Basiliæ, 1563.
Gift of T. Chapman. Forsyth, 9007, D. Hortensius, or the advocate ; an historical essay. By
Wm. Forsyth. London, 1849. Jacobus, 12180, 0. Practica Petri Jacobi. Lugduni, 1539. Mynsinger, 9182, D. Dn. Joachimi Mynsingeri a Frundeck singulares obser
vationes judicii Imperialis Cameræ. Basileæ, 1563. Odenheimer, 9647, D. 2. An essay on Canon Law, with an index of the
Canonical Code of the primitive Eastern and Western Church; and a digest of the Canon Law of the Church in the United States. By Rev. W. H. Odenheimer. New York, 1847. Gift of the Rev. Mr.
Merrick. Ramus, 9254, D. Petri Rami Veromandui Institutiones. Dialecticæ. Schletter, 2003, Q. 9. De subsidiis interpretationes legum, quam scripsit
Hermannus Theodorus Schletter. "Lipsiæ, 1838. Socinus, 9225, D. Aureæ regulæ D. Bartholomei Socini, senensis. Lugduni,
1541. Wesenbeck, 9227, D. Rudimenta Wesenbeciana sive economica legalis M.
Wesenbecii, Jurisconsulti. Aschaffenburgi, 1630. 9229, D. Artis notariatus sive Tabellionum libri duo. Lugduni, 1562.
COMMON, CHANCERY, COMMERCIAL, AND MERCANTILE LAW.
Clerke, 9277, D. Praxis Curiæ Admiralitatis Angliæ, autore Francisco Clerke.
Londini, 1579. Coke, 1245, F. The first part of the institutes of the laws of England, or a
commentary upon Littleton. By Edward Coke. London, 1670.
Gift of F. A. Packard, Esg. Dickerson, 12511, 0. 6. The letters of Junius, exposing to the public the
mal-practices in the administration of the law; the corruptions in the State House Row; the extortions by the public officers : to which is added the legal fees, &c. By W. R. Dickerson, Esq. 2d edition of
10,000 copies. Philadelphia, 1850. Flanders, 13049, 0. A treatise on the law of shipping. By Henry Flanders.
Philadelphia, 1853. Gift of the author. Forsyth, 12784, 0. History of trial by jury. By William Forsyth, M. A.
London, 1852. Foss, 7607, D. The grandeur of the law; or the legal peers of England, with
sketches of their professional career. By Edward Foss. London,
1843. Laussatt, 12182, 0. 2. An essay on Equity in Pennsylvania. By Anthony
Laussatt, Jr. Philadelphia, 1826. Pearce, 11976, 0. A history of the Inns of Court and Chancery. By R. R.
Pearce. London, 1848. Rawle, 12775, 0. A practical treatise on the law of covenants for title. By William Henry Rawle. Philadelphia, 1852.
Philadelphia, 1852. Gift of the author. Shaw, 12707, 0. Digest of evidence before a Committee of the House of
Commons, on the agricultural customs of England and Wales in respect of tenant-right. By William Shaw and Henry Corbet. Lon. don, 1819.
Wallace, 13033, 0. 4. The want of uniformity in the commercial law between
the different States of our Union. A. discourse before the Law
Academy. By John W. Wallace. Philadelphia, 1851. 9364, 0. Rotulus Cancellarii, vel antigraphum Magni Rotuli Pipæ, de tertio anno regni regis Johannis. London, 1833. Gift of the British Government.
11009, 0. 8. Rules and forms in bankruptcy in the District Court of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1841.
12702, 0. 4. Strictures on Professor M'Vickar's pamphlet on protested bills of exchange, and the effect of establishing a reciprocal exchange with Europe. By Publicola. New York, 1829.
12695, 0. 4. A succinct statement of the grounds of the demands of the legal representatives of the late Francis Pettetreau, on the parties interested in the American vessels, the Hart, the Two Friends, the Alpha and Minerva, destroyed at sea by a French squadron commanded by Captain Lallemand. New York, 1838.
13161, 0.5. Admiralty proceedings in the cases of the British vessels Contest and Achsah, before the Hon. John K. Kane. Philadelphia, 1850.
12695, 0. 2. Further remarks on the precedent afforded by the decision of the Board in the case of the Barque Richards.
CONSTITUTIONAL AND MUNICIPAL LAW AND COMMENTARIES.
Aiken, 7514, D. A comparative view of the constitutions of Great Britain
and the United States of America. By P. F. Aiken. London, 1842. Constant, 10014, 0. Commentaire sur l'ouvrage De Filangieri, par M. Ben
jamin Constant. A Paris, 1824.
1828. Marshall, 9754, 0. The writings of John Marshall, late Chief Justice of the
United States, upon the Federal Constitution. Boston, 1839. Moseley, 10271, D. Political elements, or the progress of modern legislation.
By Joseph Moseley. London, 1852.
Agg, 10299, & 10300, 0. Proceedings and debates of the Convention of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to propose amendments to the constitution, commenced and held at Harrisburg, on the 2d day of May,
1837. Reported by John Agg. 13 vols. Harrisburg, 1837, 1839. Binns, 11516, 0. Binns' magistrate's daily companion. A treatise on the
office and duties of aldermen and justices of the peace, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. By John Binns, alderman of Walnut
Ward, Philadelphia. Philadelphia, 1815. Gift of the author. Binney, 13159, 0. 10. The alienigenæ of the United States under the present
naturalization laws. (By Horace Binney, Esq.) Philadelphia, 1853. Calhoun, 12738, 0. Vol. 1. A disquisition on government, and a discourse on
the constitution and government of the United States. By John C.
Calhoun. Edited by Richard R. Cralle. Charleston, 1851.
12738, vols. 2, 3, 4. Speeches, edited by the same. New York, 1853. Duer, 7647, D. A course of lectures on the constitutional jurisprudence of
the United States, delivered annually in Columbia College, New York. By Wm. Alexander Duer, LL. D. New York, 1843.
Dunlop, 11752, 0. The General Laws of Pennsylvania, from 1700 to April
22, 1846, with notes and references to all the decisions of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, giving construction to said laws, and an index.
Compiled by James Dunlop. Philadelphia, 1817. Getz, 11917, 0. A general collection of precedents in conveyancing. By
George Getz. Philadelphia, 1845. Graydon, 11741, 0. Graydon's forms of conveyancing and of practice in the
courts of common pleas, quarter sessions, oyer and terminer, the supreme and orphan's courts, &c. A new edition. By R. E. Wright.
Philadelphia, 1845. Hall, 11845, 0. The land-owner's manual, containing a summary of statute
regulations in New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Iowa and
Wisconsin. By B. F. Hall. Auburn, N. Y., 1847. Hickey, 9654, D. The Constitution of the U. States, with an account of the
State Papers, &c. &c. By W. Hickey. Philadelphia, 1853. Hopkinson, 10323, 0. 1. Speeches of Joseph Hopkinson and Charles Chaun
cey, on the judicial tenure, delivered in the convention of Pennsyl
vania for revising the constitution. Philadelpbia, 1838. McLauyhlin, 12824, 0. 5. Appointments of auditors, &c., by the inferior
courts of Philadelphia, briefly reviewed. By Daniel McLaughlin.
Philadelphia, 1851. Purdon, 11740, 0. A Digest of the Laws of Pennsylvania from the year 1700
to 1816. 7th edition; the first four editions by the late John Purdon, Esq. The last three by George M. Stroud. Philadelphia, 1847. 11740, 0. The same. 5th edition. Philadelphia, 1837. Gift of
J. J. Burclay, Esq. Read, 13161, 0. 8. Argument of John M. Read, in favor of the constitu
tionality of the subscription by the City of Philadelphia to the
Hempfield Railroad. Philadelphia, 1853. Washburn, 11393, 0. Sketches of the judicial history of Massachusetts, from
1630 to 1775. By Emons Washburn. Boston, 1810. Wharton, 12312, 0. 6. A letter on the right and power of the city of Phila
delphia to subscribe for stock in the Pennsylvania R. Ř. Co. By
Thos. I. Wharton, Esq. Philadelphia, 1846. Gift of the author. 12817, 0. The Constitutions of the several States of the Union and United States, including the Declaration of Independence, and articles of confederation : Taken from authentic documents. New York, 1852.
5052, 0. Laws of the United States of America, from 4th March, 1789, to the 4th of March, 1827, including all treaties, &c. &c. To which is added (in vol. 7) a general index to all laws, treaties and resolutions, froin the adoption of the Federal Constitution to the close of the 19th Congress. (Printed by Bioren and Duane and P. Force.) 7 vols. Philadelphia and Washington, 1815 to 1827.
12247, 0. Acts and resolutions passed at the second session of the 30th Congress of the United States. With an appendix. Washington, 1819.
12344, 0. Laws of the United States, resolutions of Congress under the Confederation, treaties, proclamations, Spanish regulations, and other documents respecting the public lands. 2 vols. Washington, 1828.
12713, 0. Pension Laws now in force relative to invalid, navy, revolutionary and other pensions; together with the constructions placed thereon, and forms for applicants, &c. Compiled by the Commissioner of Pensions. Wasbington, 1819. Gift of the War Department.
12701, 0. 6. A commentary on the Bankrupt Law of 1841, showing its operation and effect. By a member of the Bar of New York. New York, 1811.
12733, 0. Acts of the Second Biennial Session of the General Assembly of Alabama, commencing Nov., 1819; also session 1851-2, &c., to the present time. Montgomery, 1850, &c. Gift of the State.
12832, 0. Acts and resolves passed by the General Court of Massachusetts,