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similarly compare the system in which he is an expert conceived and arranged. The work is published by with that from which it has been mainly derived. He M. Murphy, of Philadelphia. is heartily welcome to any transportable improvements he may discover. The one return to be asked of him is that he shall not praise English law for its

CORRESPONDENCE. defects. He quoted at the Mansion House an American judge's description of the two courses open to dis

SURETYSHIP. appointed American suitors. They may either appeal the case or go away and swear at the court. With rea

Editor of the Albany Law Journal : sonable professional feeling he seems to regret that his

The death of one of two joint sureties discharges his countrymen are unlike Englishmen in inclining to the

estate both in law and in equity. Wood v. Fisk, 63 N. second alternative. He is as an American, though not

Y. 245. But to effect that result the undertaking must as a lawyer, ungrateful at any rate in seeming to rep

be joint, and not joint and several. Id. The relation robate the American disregard of the liberty of ap

also must be strictly that of a surety. Richardson v. peal. It is devoutly to be wished that English liti

Draper, 87 N. Y. 337. And the rule obtains in case of gants were slower to use it. Redundancy of appeals

direct proceedings by a creditor against the legal repis the disgrace of English law. It would frequently be

resentatives of the deceased surety, but not where the better to go away and swear at the court in modera- action is brought by a co-surety for contribution. tion. Courts however have broader shoulders here

Johnson v. Harvey, 84 N. Y. 363. perhaps that in parts of the United States.

The doctrine of the last cited case would seem to enOf the incorruptibility and impartiality of British

courage circuity of actions, or make it necessary,rather courts there can be no question. The praise is so in

than to discourage the same, which generally is the disputable that the judges can themselves join in it

policy of the law. without consciousness of an indulgence in vainglory.

In Richardson v. Draper, supra, Earl, J., delivering Care simply for the true decision is an obvious quality

the opinion, makes in passing the following observaof British judges. Sir Hardinge Giffard uttered on

tion: “The reasoning upon which the exemption of Wednesday a hope that no political and constitutional

the deceased surety's estate from liability is founded, changes may be allowed to sully judicial patronage at

though sanctioned by numerous cases, is not very con. its source, without any real fear that the Nation would vincing, and has not always been viewed by judges in any circumstances suffer the intolerable pollution. and jurists with favor. It is difficult to perceive why The extent to which recent legal reforms have restored

the estate of a surety who was a joint obligor, upon to the Nation possession of its own law, and made law

whose credit and responsibility mainly the obligee a manageable and available instrument of National loaned his money, should be discharged by the death life, is more debatable ground. Lord Justice Lindley

of the surety. It would seem that in good conscience does not claim without cause that English jurispru

and sound morals, and upon principles of natural jusdence in the last few years has shaken off a vast load

tice, it should respond and bear the loss, if any, rather of technicalities. It has become more practical and

than the obligee who trusted the surety.” heedful of common sense. It employs the learning of

The views of Judge Elliott with respect to the imthe past as a clue to the truth, and does not feel it a portance of following precedents, as cited in the deep groove from which it may not try to escape. The

ALBANY LAW JOURNAL of June 13, 1885, are sensible sole doubt is whether the evident amelioration there and judicious. To determine when to depart from has been of legal processes, and the advance toward a

precedent is most difficult. But such power should certainty of the triumph of right in the end, have been

exist. sufficiently matched by an improved prospect of final

June 19, 1885. and speedy deliverance from the legal labyrinth. Eng. lish law, though much less unintelligible and artificial

COURT OF APPEALS DECISIONS.
than formerly, remains for the litigant, as it has been
said to be for the practitioner, a jealous mistress, that
bears no rival. No wise man will go to law now any

THE
THE following decisions were handed down Tues

day, June 23, 1885:
more than of old who is not prepared to make it for an
indefinite time his profession. A suit progresses more

Judgment affirmed with, costs—Crosby v. Hotaling; swiftly than in the days of Lord Eldon; it is scarcely

Adamson v. Elwell; Almy v. Thurber; Kisley v. Ab. easier for a suitor to be sure when, if ever, he will be

bey; Langley v. Sixth Avenue Railroad Co.; Pond y.

Starkweather. Order affirmed, with out of it for good and all. In view of all the unavoid

costs

Woerrishoffer y. North River Construction Co.able complications of modern existence it is unfair

Order of General Term reversed ; that of Special Term that a necessary like litigation should be a resource

affirmed, with costs-Rico v. Barrett.- Judgment against which prudence warns in the United States according to the minister, suitors either appeal or

affirmned-People v. Morse alias West. - Motion for swear at the court. They are not hung up on both

reargument denied, with costs-Jackson v. Andrews. horns of the dilemma at the same instant. In England

-Motion to amend remittitur denied, with costsit is not to be assumed that they abstain always from

Carpenter v. New York, Lake Erie & Western R. Co.

-Motion to amend remittitur. Granted, with costs the second form of intemperance because they are ex

to be paid by appellant aud without costs of this travagantly addicted to the first.

motion—In re Petition of Waring and another.

Motion to amend remittitur. Granted and remitti. NEW BOOKS AND NEW EDITIONS.

tur to be amended so as to allow appellants costs of SHARSWOOD & Budd's LEADING CASES ON REAL

appeal, together with all necessary disbursements in

both-In the matter of the final accounting of the exPROPERTY.

ecutors of William Tilden.-Motion to put cause on The second volume of this series is at hand. We can

calendar for day certain. Denied without costs-City do no more than reiterate our opinion expressed on of Brooklyn v. Copeland; Parker v. Supervisors of the publication of the first volume. The editorship | Saratoga; Haight v. Same; Powell v. Same.—Motion has been deprived, by death, of the services of the ac- to strike cause from calendar. Granted on payment complished Judge Sharswood, but Mr. Budd shows of taxable costs of appeal and $100 counsel fee-Champgood discrimination in selection, and his notes are well lin v. Stodart.

Cochelys J.B. Daley.

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ABSTRACTS OF RECENT DECISIONS (see

answers to an interesting inquiry...

340
Criminal Law, Financial Law; Insurance Law;

answer to a query..

380
Recent American Decisions; Recent English Decisions), cancellation of notice of pendency.

198
ALBANY LAW SCHOOL, commencement exer-

cheap justice...

199
cises at...
459 Code of Civil Procedure, $ 2532.

79
Codification.....

100, 338
BAR ASCOCIATION:

Court of Appeals calendar

157
American, essay by Mr. Sterne..

282
denials on information and belief..

319
of New York city, report on "plan for improving

• Enjoin

181, 220, 240, 279
methods of legislation of this State
282 gossip from New York

239
of Tennessee, address by James O. Pierce..

261

guaranty; attention called to case of; Allen v.
papers on codification before...

381
Rundle

40
BATES, MR. CLEMENT,on Text-books.

141
Holl's Memoir of Lieber...

140
BEEKMAN Judge lively scene in Texas court-room 501

140
BENCH AND BAR Judge Holmes on...

419

inconsistent decisions ; denials on informatlon and
BIGELOW, JOHN, paper on Charles O'Conor by,

belief..

159
criticism of.

161
interest again

..... 319, 360
BLECKLY, Judge, report on judicial reform before

law reports

359
Georgia Bar Association, by.....

221
lis pendens in foreclosure suits.

440
BOOKS, notices of new :

lost wills

440
Abbott's National Digest..

80
mandamus to commissioners of excise.

199
Abbott's New York Digest (annual 1884).

280
“ Morgen

500
American Decisions Digest, vol. 2....

380
notice of pendency.

219
Aristotle's Politics
160 oppressive costs - Vae Victis

40
Bishop's Directions and forms

420
our London letter..

38, 258
Bliss on Sovereignty

259

political contributions from candidates for judge-
Bradwell, 15th vol...

2:20
ship.

120, 159
Buswell on Insanity...

360
preferences in the Court of Appeals..

300
Carey's forms and precedents.

protection afforded by consuls.

340
Clark's Man's Birthright.
279 proving wills in testator's life-time

319
Cord's Married Women

79
relief of the Court of Appeals

..219, 240, 338
Dunning's Reports..
460 simple words the best

79
Estee's Pleadings..

420
suretyship

520
Farmer's History of Detroit and Michigan

360

COURT OF APPEALS, suggestion of double
Gilbert's Railroads and the Courts..

460
court for relief of..

241
Hall's Mexicau Law...
180 COURTS, reversing themselves...

361
Hare's Illustrations in Advocacy
199 not payiog attention to codification.

361
Hoyt's Studies in Civil Service.

279
CRIME, diminition of, in England..

202
Kneeland, Attachment

199

(See Current Topics.)
Lawson's Presumptive Evidence.

420 CRIMINAL LAW, abstracts. 19, 78, 238, 256, 278, 358,
Murfree's Official Bonds..
360

438, 458, 499
Paine's Banking Laws.

380 CURRENT TOPICS:
Rapalje on Contempts.

120

act prohibiting cigar-making in tenement-houses de-
Reed, Statute of Frauds..

285
clared unconstitutional

82
Sawyer's Reports, vol. 9..

180
Sbarswood and Budds leading case on Real Property 520

agnosticism; increase of, necessitates modification
of laws concerning judicial oaths

301
Smith Leading Cases.....

199
Spell, Principles of Equity..

aldermen; enjoining and release of, for political
199
purposes..

21
Stanton, Woman Question in Europe..

40
Stevens, Manual Court of Appeals..

American decisions; importance of, to coming
320
lawyer

182
Taussig, History of Tarifr..

280

Anthony, Judge Elliott, interesting articles on
Tuoker, Moproe Doctrine.

199
"Courts of England

421
Waples, Attachment and Garnishment...

180
BRADLEY, justice on Virginia tax-coupon cases.. 341

appeals from petty orders in First Department, N.
Y., letter on..

62
BRAMWELL, Lord, on contract between Shylock Arnold, late Isaac N., portrait of..

321
and Antonio

421
BUDDENSIEK, convicted for putting up paper

Arthur, ex-president, resuming old law practice;
London Law Times on...

422
houses.

501
BUTLER, General, treatment of witness by

assassination ; never justifiable in national differ-
382
ences

101
banking; failure of, Cisco and Son.

101
CLEVELAND a lawyer as president.

281 Bar association; Georgia on Judicial Reform, per
CODE review of, by Arthur G. Sedgwick..

302
Judge Bleckly

221
CODIFICATION, London Law Times on........ 241 of Ohio on the subject of Codification.

61
short plea for a code..

364

of New York city; printing, of absurd social
full reprint of Field's Civil Code in supplement of

theories against Codification by..

21
N. Y. mail and express..

122

of New York State ; meeting of, notice of trans-
See Current Topics.
actions

02
COLERIDGE, L. C. J., opinion of in "Mignonette"

beard ; wearing of false, no more disorderly than
case ..

36
Mother Hubbard gown.

41
reminiscences of late Earl Cairns, by.....

341 Cairns, the late Earl ; reminiscences of, by Lord
COOLEY, Judge, defeat of, no argument against pop-

Coleridge..

341
ular election of judges

462 "catch-lines:" proper office of, as distinguished
CORLISS, GUY C. H., on Inter-State Extradition.4, 24 from head-noto

202
on delivery not always essential to a gift ...

426, 445

census; decennial State, proposed reform in taking
CORRESPONDENCE:

of

82
a correction

279 Chicago Law Institute ; catalogue of, library of 162
a correction; judicial salaries..

800 cigar-making in tenement-houses ; act prohibiting,
a reason for inconsistent decisions ....

500
declared unconstitutional

82
a surrebuttor..

399 Civil Code, and revision of Statutes ; names of
agister's warranty of wholesomeness of pasturage. 259

committee on....

102
an interesting inquiry; computing Interest on note. 300 remarks of Columbia Jurist on .

261
VOL. 31.

.............

on

on.

on...

CURRENT TOPICS-Continued.

Page.
Civil Service Reform ; enactment of Virginia Legis-
lature.

122
Code of Procedure in New York ; disgrace to Legis-
lature and no reason against Codification..

81
Cude, the, commenis of Evening Post and Nation

302
support of in the Legislature...

302
codification as enabling a single judge to write opin-
ions

481
correspondent's objection to Mr. Fowler's use of
words in discussion of..

62
comments on, by Hon. Charles Reemelin... 201
-- general government should codify State insti.
tutions; Hon. Charles Reemelin on

201
complications eased by....

81
vide French Code

81
defeat of Civil Code in legislature..

381
disposition of the code by Legislature

321
formulating the law after manner of text-books;
Cincinnati Law Bulletin on

141
Governor Hoadley on

141
growing opinion in favor of ; London Law Times

241
in Ohio, Weekly Law Bulletin on.

61
--, attitude of Evening Post in regard to

61
Judge Sneed on.

381
"Lawyers and Field Code, the ;" Nation's editorial
on.

361
N. Y. Bar Association ; printing absurd social

theories against ; leads to lynch law, etc ... 21
objections to Mr. Cowen's essay against....

322
one live reason against.....

361
papers on, before Tennessee Bar Association 381
President Dwight on the Field and Throop Codes.. 481
simplifying international law.

1
subject of general referred to special committee of

Assembly ; general, recommended by Gov-
ernor of Ohio and Kansas.

81
testimony as to practical working more valuable
than theories..

322
two pamphlets against

.342, 361
Coleridge, contribution of bust of poet by Ameri-
cans to Westminster Abbey

442
common law uncertain as to what constitutes'lar-
ceny.......

421
common words and phrases.

204
Congo Free State question; contrary to policy of this
country to interfere..

42
contract; employment of actress ; power to dis-

charge for incompetency.
Cooley, Judge ; recent defeat of, in popular elec-
tion

321
on relations of labor and capital to law..

1
copartnership; wife may perform labor and ser-
vices upon sole and separate account.

2
correspondence; sample of letters received by an
editor.

162
costs;" plain English enough for lawyers..

41
Court of Appeals' calendar ; importance of ; relief
of ; expedients suggested...

142, 181, 281, 321
courts of England ; articles by Judge Elliott An.
thony

421
courts ; propriety of ; law journals criticising decis-
ions of.

221
"lively times" in Texas.

501
State and Federal ; latter not successful in persuad.
ing former

81
trivial fault-finding with

381
crime ; decrease of, in Great Britain not due to exe-
cutions...

221
criminal law (favorable results, produced by, Eng.
lish administration of)..

202
criminals, treatment of, Prof. Van Buren Denslow
on....

121
cross-examination, privilege of, seldom abused. 102
current topics, London contemporaries hard pressed
forl....

62
Dakota plan, the,” W. H. Lyon on:

402
damages for injuries caused by matting across side-
walk, Canada Legal News on

441
Davis, Judge, Central L. J., mistaken in regard to
action of toward Mr. Field in Tweed case...

62
delays of the law, Century magazine on...

461
criticism of Judge Learned's article on same title,
by Judex"

481
development of jurisprudence, Judge Elliott on .... 462
dynamite outrages in London; assassination never
justifiable in national differences...

101
"emotional insanity" largely controlled by existence
of the law, Mr. Austin Abbott on..

2
" enjoin,"ambiguous use of, Mr. Tucker on.
''enjoined,” Mr. Gilbert M. Tucker, on legal perver-
sion of ineaning of

181
equity jurisprudence, John Norton Pomeroy's work
on.

261
Evening Post, attitude of, in regard to codification.. 61
excise law, enforcement of..

501
Folger, Judge, infamous attack on by "Swinton's
paper"

401
Fölger's, late secretary, legal scrap-book, presenta-
tion of, to editor Alb. L.J.

122

CURRENT TOPICS-Continued.

"French law of marriage," London Law Times

Mr. Kelly's ...
Hamilton, Alexander, value of his ideas on finans

new edition of works of....
hanging, pleasant mode of execution, Dr. Hamn
head.notes, judges should not make, Virginia L

Journal on
Hill Governor, message upon reform of Legislas

methods.
“history of the people of the United States,

Master's
husband and wife, valid copartnership of, with

gard to wife's separate estate
imprisonment for debt, Mr. Titus' bili for abolicit

of
injunction; against receiving letters; against slag.
refraining mayor from filling certain municie

offices......
injury, company not responsible for freman inja

"bucking snow".
insanity, bill to amend code in relation to plea oli
Insurance, American life, a fraud, Central L

Journal on.
international law, importance of
"iteration in law,” David Dudley Field and ex-Jud
Dillon on ..

-; remedy in hands of legislaturel.....
Jones, Miss Becky, imprisonment for contempt
judicial legislation, actual, conflicting with prete!

of 'stare decisis
judicial prolixity, proverbial..
judicial reform, Judge Bleckley on.
judges, differently treated in different communitie
Judge Cooley and ex-Judge Erskine on...
English, delivering opinions seriatim, Central L

Journal on..
"long-winded from fault of our system,
political struggle championed by
riding to court on horseback...
should not make head notes, Va. L.J. on

always for amplification instead of bare po
jury, Judge Van Brunt surprised at verdict of.
punishment of, juror in short case by Judge

Brunt
system, proposed to be adopted in criminal

political cases in Norway..
justice of the peace, not disqualified on arriving

seventy
labor and capital, relations of, to law, Judge Cod
language, ambiguous use of arising from puncte

tion ...
larceny, common law uncertain as to what com

tutes, St. James Gazette on.
Latin and French terms, senseless use, of in law
law, enforcement of dead-letter, case of Buddensi,

compelled to stoop to contemptible questions.
brutal enforcement of whipping
constitutional question in case of appointment

General Lawton...
existence of lessong "Emotional Insanity
laws of 1879, omission of chapter 489 in sever!

edition of statute
Law Journal (Albany),subscribers' reason for disco

tinuance of,
law journals, important changes in, during på

year..
"Jawless court,” the, account of, by Mr. Ernest

Miller
law and order, association for enforcement of su

day....
law of the Legislature and of the courts
Law Quarterly Review, London, notice of openis.

number
law, relations of labor and capital to, Judge Coole

on....
lawyer, a (as president).
lawyers given “fits" by Chief Justice of Ontario
legal compilation's, importance and value of Amer

ican Decisions, and Myer's Federal Decisions..
Legislative acts, necessity of employing trained

class in drafting...
letters, injunction restraining publication of Lord

Lytton's.
libel, imprisonment of Edmund Yates for new

paper
Lieber, Franz, paper on, by Mr. F W. Holls...
Livingston, Chancellor, appropriation twice vetoed

to purchase Palmer's statute of..
"London Stone," essay on, by Mr. Ernest J, Mille
Lotinga Case, reference to, by Spectator and Sold

tor's Journal.
madness and crime, Mr. Austin Abbott on..
marriage, cermouy not essential to in New Yor

State, between 1691 and 1830, Minister Phelps on.
master and servant, railroad company liable to 12
engineers for lojuries incurred by negligence of his

conductors ..
medical expert testimony, Dr. Frank H. Hamilton

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London Leidship-nuite the, and “ ruler of queen's navee 421
of his idesi iller, Ernest J., essay by
Iscoustruction of statutes...

41
secution, De
. E pral evil, its sources and remedies, D. G. Thomp-

302
ot make, Fiorinopism, independent on, Tennessee statute pro-

hibiting.
reform of Law York State Bar Association, notice of annual
meeting of....

42
Ehe United suicaragua treaty, assertion of rights of U.S. in conti-

nental questions..
artnership c4 hs; bill to allow infidels, atheists,” etc., to
testify in court, Central, J. J. on...

301
Citus bill for Conor, late Charles, notice of memorial of 101

portrait of and paper on in Century maga-
letters; agus
zine

161
helps, minister, “ovation" to, in House of Lords 482
Eing certain thelps’Mr. , appointment of, as Minister to England,

262
ble for frecu: Sillimore, Sir Robert, London Law Journal on death

agreeable to legal profession,

of
a relation to

162
lan for improving methods of legislation of New
= fraud, Ces York State, report of N. Y. Bar Association on

282
taying ball on...

383
e of
jey Field and aplitics, office-holder may actively participate in 122
riestly law-making, Judge Elliot on..

462
ublication of criminal news, imposition of ine... 502
Eature!
sent for conte-unish ment of juror Munsell by Judge Van Brunt., 461

unctuation, ambiguity in language cause of.....
dicting witblief of Court of Appeals, suggestion of double
court..

241
telwof, misleading noms de plume..
derent

todgers, Mr. Arthur,good advice to graduating law-
students.

462
Erskine on-alaries of the bench, Mr. Jones on

222
xriitin, Centression laws,1777 to 1801, inclusive, bill for republica-
lon of

281
our system... Hylock and Antonio, contract between contra bonos
i by mores, Lord Bramwell on

421
tate Bar Association, noteworthy remarks before,
Va L. Jo by Mr. Elliott F. Shepard

81
instead of ba tatutes, possible misconstruction of

41
tatute, omission of chapter 489, Laws of 1879.. 501
*tory's Equity Jurisprudence, mangling of in English
edition

121
ullivan and Ryan and Mignonette case, comparison
of English and American humanity.

82
unday, closing saloons on....

501
to law, Judge cupreme Court commissioners, retirement of Indi-

461
nupreme Court, summary statement of business of
sing from pan for October term, 1884.

442
tardiness of justice, the,” Judge W. L. Learned
on.....

422
ax-coupon cases, decision of U.S. Sup. Ct. in VIr-
ginia

341
Texas Court Reporter," new legal periodical. 441
ext-books, law and points not always gained from. 162

ext-books, Mr. Clement Bates on
of appointmën The Jealous Mistress,” address by James 0. Pierce
before Tennessee Bar Association..

261
a1 Insanity"...titles, Virginia Law Journal on shortening forms of. 201
ter 189 la sevs. Traffic in Litigation,” Central Law Journal on 301

vacation,” disagreement ol judges as to meaning
of

441
Waite, Chief Justice; indecent speculations upon

his possible death
Webster, Daniel ; portrait and notice of, in Century
Magazine..

161
Wharton, Dr. Francis; appointment of, as legal ad-
visor to State Department

242
Wharton, Dr.; wisdom of State Department in se-
lection of, so learned a jurist..

461
whipping; brutal enforcement of law in Maryland. 501
wills, construing of ...

361
witness; treatment of, by General Butler...

382
words and phrases, “pass upon

302
Yacht Mignonette, reference of Central Law
Journal to........

62

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FIELD, David Dudley, on “ Iteration in Law". 382
verses to by F. J. Parmenter

160
FINANCE, Alexander Hamilton's theories of

242
FINANCIAL LAW......19, 35, 60, 78, 218, 379, 359, 517
FRAUDS, Reed on the Statute of.

285
FREEDMAN, Judge, adjudges ex-Mayor Edson
guilty of contempt...

141
graveyard, Guiteau, a.

401
Grinnell, N. Morton, on the new divorce law in
France.

44
HAMILTON, Dr. Frank H., on medical expert testi-
mony

241
Alex, theories of finances.

242
HAMMOND, Dr., on hanging, a pleasant mode of
execution..

421
HAWKINS, Eugene D., on attorney's liens upon the
cause of action..

304
HAYES,J. Noble, on Senator Titus'non-imprisonment
bill.

346
HEAD-NOTES, distinction between “catch-lines

and.
HOADLEY Governor, on codification.

141
HOLLS F W., paper on Franz Lieber by.

101
HOLMES, Judge Oliver Wendell, on the Bench and
Bar

419
HOPKINS, J. H., on the code or chaos...
INDIANA, retirement of Supreme Court commission 461
INSURANCE law.

59, 257, 359
IOWA (see Recent American Decisions).
JAPANESE law; points on by Gustav Kobbe.. 438
JUDEX"on the delay of the law.

481
JUDGES; assignment of opinions to a single judge... 481

defeat of Judge Cooley; Do argument against
popular election of...

462
law ; London Law Times on.

281
list of salaries of ...

239
popular election of ; defeat of Judge Cooley... 321
salaries of ; Mr. Jones on...
newspaper attacks not confined to living..

401
JUSTICE ; delays in administration of ; Judge W. L.

Learned on.
KOBBE, Gustav, New York letter by

239
points Japanese law

438
LAW, a jealous mistress," address by James O.
Pierce, before Tennessee Bar Association...

261
LAW JOURNALS, propriety of, criticising decis-
ions of courts, by.....

221
LAWSON, John D., on rules as to the privlleges of
witnesses

144, 183, 244, 264, 323, 344, 383, 403
LAW-SUIT, a feudal.

305
LAWS, Session, 1777 to 1801 inclusive, bill for publica-
tion of

281
LAWTON, General, constitutional question in case
of appointment of....

362
LAWYERS in President's Cabinet.

281
should draw their own conveyances..

441
some facts about their tools.....

84, 164
LEADING ARTICLES:
a feudal law-suit....

305
a short plea for a code..

364
attorney's liens upon the cause of action, Eugene
D. Hawkinson

304
code or chaos, the, J. H. Hopkins on...

283
common words and phrases..

104, 204, 424
contract J. B. Daly on married woman's liability on, 187
delays of the law....

483
delivery not always essential to a gift, Guy C. H.
liss on

426, 445
divorce, the new law in France, M. Morton Grinneli

on.
extradition, Ham v. State, 4 Tex. App. 645; Samuel
T. Spear on

166
extradition the case of Norton, Samuel T.
Spear on..

66
Husband and wife, household agency of, David
Stewart on...

206
important instructions in relation to citizenship,
domicile and marriage, correspondence between
Dr Wharton and attorney-general.

465
Inter-State Extradition, Guy C. H. Corliss on... 4, 24
jurisdiction of courts of equity of wills, Augustus A.
Levey on...

225
jury reform, Henry T. Terry on.

246
lost wills, Charles Z. Lincoln on ...

.365, 385
marriage, Guy C. H. Corliss on presumption of 106
presumption of, Guy C. H, Corliss on

127
married woman's liability on contract, J. B. Daley

187
may a husband sue his wife for salary? John Brooks
Leavitt on ...

64
my first case, a sketch at the Mansion House. 444
old cases revived, the trial of Lords Warwick and
Mohun for murder of Captain Coote...

125
presumption of marriage, Guy C. H. Corliss on pl. II,

106, 127
Reed on the statute of frauds

285

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ILLIOTT, Judge, address on Development of Juris-
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(See Recent English Decision.)

462
Spectator an ENGLAND

EQUITY JURISPRUDENCE, mangling of, in
English edition..

121

500
al to in NRRATA, "Instructions as to Domicil'
linister
PERSKINE, ex-Judge, unprecedented honor to

402
d by Desigenze part II....
ompany liat EXTRADITION; interstate, Guy C, H. Corliss on,

4, 24

Abbott on

Frank E. E FEDERAL DECISIONS, Myers'; value of the

work...

182

LEADING ARTICLES-Continued.
Page.

Page.
rules as to the privileges of witnesses. John D. Law- RECENT AMERICAN DECISIONS.
son on....
141, 183, 241, 264, 323, 344, 383, 403 Illinois Supreme Court.....

414
Senator Titus' non-imprisonment bill, J. Noble

Iowa Supreme Court..

:::.... 18, 253, 294, 417
Hayes on

346
Kansas Supreme Court.

234, 300, 377
signing a note or deed, Darwinically considered, John

Maine Supreme Judicial Court. .97, 138, 178, 255, 413
B. Wood on...

205
Maryland Court of Appeals..

98, 236, 433, 497, 516
some more facts about lawyers' tools..

.84, 16+ Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court....... 31, 296, 435
The English Solicitor, A, B. M. on.
2014 Michigan Supreme Court..

33, 236, 476
the household agency of wife for husband, David

Minnesota Supreme Court..

118, 139, 318, 335, 357
Stewart on

206
Missouri Supreme Court..

137, 217, 254
trial by jury as it is and should be

501
Nebraska Supreme Court..

31, 99, 378
Virginia coupon question, Samuel T. Spear on. 486 New Jersey Court of Chancery...

177, 476, 498
void grants of land held adversely, Ed.). Maxwell on 325 New Jersey Court of Errors and Appeal.
LEAVITT, John Brooks, on husband and wife

64 New Jersey Supreme Court

32, 294, 475
LEGISLATURES and the Dakota plan”..

402 New York Court of Appeals.. 13, 57, 75, 94, 116, 134, 155
LEARNED, Judge W. L. on the tardiness of justice

176, 194, 212, 232, 251, 273, 290, 316, 373, 410, 455, 513
LINCOLN, Charles Z., on lost wills...

.305, 385 New York Court of Appeals decisions ... 80, 100, 120, 140
LITIGATION, traffic in, Central Law Journal on 301

200, 220, 240, 260, 280, 320, 340, 360, 380, 400, 460, 480, 600, 520
LONDON letter, our .
.38, 179 Ohio Supreme Court.

197, 478
LORD LYTTON'S letters, injunction restraining

Ohio Supreme Court commission..

218, 318
publication of

101

Oregon Supreme Court..
LYON, W. H., on "the Dakota plan”.

402

Pennsylvania Supreme Court.. 17, 34, 178, 298, 398, 457
Rhode Island Supreme Court..

Texas Commission Appeals.
MANSION HOUSE, sketch at....

Texas Supreme Court.
"MARRIAGE, French law of,” Mr. Kelly's.

302 United States Circuit Court. 14, 96, 117, 136. 215, 292, 333
MAXWELL,
Ed. J., on void grants of land held ad-

397, 515
325 United States District Court.. 96, 117, 136, 215, 292, 515
MC MASTER'S history of the people of the United United States Supreme Court... 75, 95, 135, 156, 196, 214
States.

482

275, 317, 332, 355, 375, 395, 494
"MIGNONETTE” case, Lord, Chief Justice Coler-

Vermont Supreme Court..

58
idge's opinion in.

36 Wisconsin Supreme Court.,

235, 274, 318, 336, 418

RECENT ENGLISH DECISIONS... 19, 437, 519
NEW YORK letter, our

78, 438 REVISION OF STATUTES AND CIVIL CODE:

Committee on...
NEW YORK STATE Bar Association ; notifica-
tion of meeting...

40
NOMS DE PLUME, misleading, Relwof.

282
SEDGWICK, Arthur G., review of Code by..

302
NORTON case of ; Samuel T. Spear on.

60

SHEPARD, Elliott S., noteworthy remarks by, before
NORWAY, jury-system proposed to be adopted in.. 221

State Bar Association..

81

224
NOTES. American Law Review; leading articles of

SOLICITOR, the English, A. R. M. on..
current number..

100
SPEAR Samuel T. on Extradition..

66, 186
Arizona, methods of courts of..

40
on the Virginia coupon question..

456
Ex-Judge Dillon's address at Saratoga.

400

" STARE DECISIŚ,” conflict between pretense of
important decision concerning innkeepers.. 380

and actuality of judicial legislation ....

281
Judge Van Brunt, denouncement of by J. A.

STERNE, Mr., essay before American Bar Association 282
Beecher...

500

STEWART, David, on household agency of hus-

200
law journal, two new ones

band and wife..

208
anecdote by Judge Wallace of Cal.

200
legal information and grammar of N. Y. Tribune.... 440 TERRY, Henry T.

.,on jury reform..

246
Hon. Amasa J. Parker, Albany Argus on...

260 THOMPSON, 'D. G., on moral evil, its sources and
Paxson, J., commencement of opinion by, in case of

remedies..

302
Packer v. Noble..

60 TRIAL OF LORD'S, Warwick and Mohun for mur:
Phelps, Edward J minister to England ; London der of Captain Coote.

123
Law Journal on.

310
unishment for smiling in church.

420 VAN BRUNT, Judge, surprise of, at verdict of
receptions to Mr. Evarts and David Dudley Field in

jury.

381
New York.

punishment of juror by.

401
resignation of Mr. Skinker, reporter of Missouri Su- VIRGINIA COUPON CASE..

429
preme Court..

100
NOTES AND DEEDS signing of, Darwinically WALLACE, Ex-Chief Justice, on working of codein
considered..

205
California

322
opinions, English judges delivering seriatim, Cen- WHARTON, Francis, on important instructions in
tral Law Journal on.

121

relation to citizenship, domicile and marriage. 465
WHITEHOUSE, S. Stewart, on trial by jury as it is
and as it should be......

504
PARMENTER, F. J., verses by, on David Dudley WITNESSES, rules as to the privileges of, John D.
Field

160 Lawson on..

144, 183, 244, 264, 323, 344, 383, 403
PARKER Hon. Amasa J., Albany Argus on

260 WOOD, James, on agister's warranty of wholesome-
PERIODICALS, new, “Texas Court Reporter 441 ness of pasturage..

259
PHELPS, Minister, first after-dinner speech in Eng- WOOD, John B., on signing notes or deeds, Darwinci-
land
518 ally considered..

205
POMEROY, John Norton, death of; work on equity
jurisprudence.

261 YATES, Edmund, imprisonment of, for society Iibel, 102

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