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sylvania. By William Rawle, Jr. Esq. Vol. 1. Philadelphia. M‘Carty & Davis, 1830. 8vo.
United States Law Intelligencer and Review. Multo utilius est pauca idonea effundere, quam multis inutilibus homines gravari.' Edited by Joseph K. Angell.—No. 13, for January, 1830. Providence. Smith & Parmenter. Nos. 14, 15, for February and March. Philadelphia. P. H. Nicklin and T. Johnson.
Principles of Legislation, from the MSS. of Jeremy Bentham, Bencher of Lincoln's Inn. By M. Dumont, Member of the Representative and Sovereign Council of Europe. Translated from the second corrected and enlarged edition, with notes and a biographical notice of Jeremy Bentham, and of M. Dumont, by John Neal. Boston. Wells & Lilly. 1830.
ENGLISH. REPUBLISHED. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the English Courts of Common Law. Edited by Thomas Sergeant and John C. Lowber, Esqrs. of the Philadelphia Bar. Vol. XV. Philadelphia. P. H. Nicklin & T. Johnson. 8vo.
Synopsis of Mercantile Laws, with an Appendix. A new Edition, revised, corrected, and enlarged, with reference to the alterations effected by the revised statutes of the State of New York. By Joshua Montefiore. New York: G. & C. & H. Carvill. 8vo. pp. 335.
Wood's Letter to the Real Property Commissioners.
A new Law Dictionary, containing a concise Exposition of the mere Terms of Art and Obsolete Words. By James Wishaw, Esq. of Gray's Inn.
Burchell's Liabilities of Sheriffs in Cases of Bankruptcy.
Wilkinson's Treatise on the Limitation of Actions, as affecting Mercantile and other Contracts.
Maule and Selwyn's Reports, Vol. VI. Part II. being the completion of these Reports, filling the chasm between them and Barnewall and Alderson.
Price's System of Book-keeping, adapted to the use of Solicitors, &c.
Crabb's History of English Law, 8vo.
A Commentary on the Tenures of Littleton, written prior to the publication of Coke upon Littleton. Edited from a copy of the Harleian Collection of MSS. by Henry Cary, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law. Royal 8vo. VOL. III.-NO. VI.
Daniell's Letter to Government on the Abolition of the Excise.
Byle's Lecture on the present State of English Law, delivered at Lyon's Inn.
Archbold's Peel's Acts, 2d edition. 2 vols. 12mo.
Palmer's Practice in the House of Lords, on Appeals, Writs of Error, and Claims of Peerage; with a compendious account of Dignities; to which is prefixed an Introductory Historical Essay on the Appellate Jurisdiction. 8vo.
Comyn's Law of Landlord and Tenant. 2d edition. By G. Chilton, jun. Esq. Royal 8vo.
The Life of a Lawyer; written by himself. 12mo.
A Letter to the Right Honorable the Earl of Shaftesbury, on the Report of the Commissioners on the State of the Common Law and the Law of Real Property, and the proposed Amend. ments in Parliament. By Philip Williams, Esq. of Lincoln's Inn, Barrister at Law, and Vinerian Professor of Law in the University of Oxford.
A History of English Law, or an Attempt to Trace the Sources of the Common Law, and the changes it has undergone at different periods, by the Introduction of the Statute Law, the Civil Law, and the Canon Law; together with an Account of Law Writers and Writings, from the earliest period, to the present time. By George Crabb, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law.
FRENCH Introduction générale à l'histoire du Droit. A General Introduction to the History of Law. By M. E. Lerminier, L. L. D. and Advocate in the Royal Court of Paris. Paris. Alexandre Mespier. 1 vol. 8vo. 1829.
[The editors of the Themis speak in high terms of this work, as a history of legislative institutions and legal science since the twelfth century, and the causes which have promoted and obstructed their progress.]
Traité de Droit Pénal. A Treatise on Penal Law. By M. P. Rossi, Professor of the Academy of Geneva. Paris. A. Mesnier. 3 vols. 8vo.
[The editors of the Themis say that they had expected a particular notice of this work from the pen of M. Dumont, the celebrated editor of Bentham's works, or rather the compiler of sundry works on legislation, for which he was supplied with materials by Mr. Bentham, but his decease has defeated this expectation. They speak of this work as one of the most important of those published for these many years on the subject of Penal Laws.]
Manuel des Justices de Paix, Manual for Justices of the Peace. By the late M. Levasseur. A new edition, by M. J. de Foulan, late President of the Civil Tribunal of Moulins, &c.
lading and charter parties, 29; enforcing maritime liens, 31.
of England 222.
Canal in Illinois, proposed, 146.
owner has no lien on cargo for the freight, 32.
charter was annulled, 115 to 121; 241.
to the State, 401.
337; a skilful and faithful reporter, 337; digest of decisions
Deaf and dumb person, trial of a, 158.
to 86 ; acknowledgments of, regulated by Illinois statute, 147;
laws respecting deeds in New Hampshire, 395.
180; in Maine, 392.
repetitions in, 317; some cases on construction of facts too
long, 318; digest of decisions in, 352.
of attorney and of a deed, 52 to 86; review of his Legal Out-
Idiots and lunatics, Illinois statute, 148; Maryland statute, 152.
annexed to counties of the state, 401.
done under influence of, 7; case of captain Drew, 7; Judge
of Dr. Drake 10 to 16; remarks in Boston Medical and Sur-
gical Journal, 16 to 20.
fire, right of assured to make repairs, 330.
land, 151; Maine, 390; New Hampshire, 393; Virginia, 397;
statutes and decisions on the subject, 255 to 281.
must be sued alone, 163. . -
slave holders in the non-slave-holding states, 404 to 407.