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Marcian,

Marcellus,

Manumission,

Manstealing,

Market overt,

Marriage,

forbidden,

second,

Scotch and foreign, 433

contract, - 434

Mayer Jacob's case, 438

Mars, ... 405

Master and servant, - 647

Mines, - - 461

Minor, - 446.453.476

Misrecordia, - - 649

Missio causaria,

honesta,

ignominiosa,

temporaria,

Money had and received, 594

Mutuum, - 583,584.593

N

Natural children, - 499,556

Negotiarum gestores, - 597

Negro slavery, - 478,484

Naif, - - 416
Nomen, ... 526

Nomine psens, - - 527

Novel, 118. 127, - 544,553

Novation, - 581

Nude pact, - - 581. 585

Nuptiae, - - - 419

O

OWatio Curiae, - - 439
Obligation, - - - 579
Offices in Pennsylvania, 598

Orphitian sen. consult. 560, 565,

567
Orationes principis, 406.511

Oswald, - - - 425

Otaheite, - - 431

Pacts, civil, praetorian, simple,

nuda, vestita, - -585

Parracide, - - - 653

Pandects, - - - 403

Papinian, - - 409

Papinianistse, - - 405

Park, - - - - 412

Parentage, - - - 423

Parentela, - - - 422

respcctum,

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Partnership, - - 58S,5U

Pater familias, - - M1

fiduciarius, - - 442

Path, - ... 46

Patron - 409,454,578,597

Per capita, per stirpes, 542,544

vindicationem, - ii3

damnationem, - * _

praeceptionem, - ®'

Peculium castrense, 476,541

quasi castrense, 492,541

adventitium, 477,491

profectitium, 477,491

Pederasty, 431,636,651

Pennsylvania offices, - **°

Pignus, 475, 583, 584, 604,t»

Plagiarius, - - «'<

Physicians,

Pleas and Pleading,

Plebiscitum,

Polemarch,

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Posthumous children, *
Polygamy, - - 431'^

Ports, - ^

Power, - -

Procurator,
Proemium,
Proevaricator,

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Sabinians, ... 459
Sailors, ... 644

Satisfaction, of portions, of dower,
it, of debts, of legacies, 516,530
Sanctuaries, - - 419

Scotch marriages, - 433

Seal, .... 488
Selden, - 428

Security, Surety, 452, 462, 613,

, 648

Senium, ... 446

Serfs, - - - - 413

Servi: Slaves, slavery, - 410

Servi pcenae, • - 415,442

Services: Servitudes, - 467

Seduction, - - 636,651

Semi matrimonium, • 420

Senatus-consultum, 406,541

Pcgasianum, 532,536

Sabinianum, - 558

Trebellianum, - 541

Tertyllianum, 564,567

Oiphitianum, 565,567

Set-off, (Compensation) - 581

St-stertium, ... 442

St-ttlement, ... 505

Siclae, - - - - 503

Sinendi modo, • • 525

Slavery. See servi.

Somerset, the negro case,

Socage,

Sontica causa,

Socrates,

Solicitor,

Sodomy,

Societas, (Partnership)

Spurious children,

Spado, -

Sponsalia,

Stoppage in transitu,

Stuprum, (Seduction)

Stipend,

Stipulation, - 583

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Taylor, Dr. ... 546

Tabulae, ... 503

Testament, 416,485,492,510

military, • 491

in procinctu, 491

inofficious, 40/, 504

511,514
irritum, - 510

Testamenti factio, 488, 500, 520
Testes, ... 442

Tirtullian, ... 435
Thelypthora, - - 432

Theft, - - - -625
Thii, - - . . 572
Towing path, - - 456

Transfer, ... 470
Tribute, - - -' 462

Treasure trove, - - 461
Triumphator, - - 402

Trt-spass, vi et armis ") _

on the case, J

Trustees, «- 644

Trusts, - 536,534,644

Tutelage: Tutor, - 444,447

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To be had at the Bookstore of Patrick Byrne, Philadelphia.

THE OPINION delivered by Judge Cooper in the Court of Errors and Appeals, on the Effect of Sentences in Foreign Courts of ViceAdmiralty.

The Introductory Lecture of Thomas Cooper, Esq. Professor of Chemistry at Carlisle Collige, Pennsylvania. With Notes and References.

Contents of the Lecture.

General observations.

General classification of scientific knowledge.

Reasons for attempting a sketch of the history of chemistry.

Plan of the Lecture.

Chemistry noticed or alluded to in the Scripture.

Brass and Iron. Wine. Oil. Resins. Pitch. Bitumen. Engraving. Dyeing. Gilding, l'lating. Cutter. Milk. Bread. Corn Mills. Soap. Nitre. Beer.

Egyptian chemistry: viz. Glass. Dyeing and Painting. Beer. Vinegar. Medicines.* Perfumes. Oil Linen. Poultry. Salt. Natron. Paper. Brass and Gold. Causes of the flourishing state of Egypt.

Grecian Chemistry.

Roman Chemistry.

Hindoo Chemistry.

Chinese Chemistry.

Chemistry of what are called the dark ages.

State of Chemistry in the time of Boyle, Mayow, Hooke, and Hales.

Stahl's theory of Phlogiston.

Black's discoveries in 1752.

Dr. Priestley's and Scheele's, 1771 to 1774.

Lavoisier's discoveries. French nomenclature.

Doctrine of Heat.

Galvanic Chemistry.

Mineralogy.

Geology.

Uses of Chemistry.

Conquerors.

Content* of the Motet. Note

1. Hieroglyphic and alphabetic writing. Boustrophedon, Kionedon. Lord

Elgin's collection.

2. Hindoo astronomy and chronology.

3. Effect of chemical and mechanical science in augmenting the disposable

force of a country, instanced in Great Britain. Turnpike roads and Rail roads.

4. Reasons for adopting the Septuagint version.

5. Tubal Cain, Vulcan? Scriptural Metallurgy.

6. Wine as noticed in Scripture.

7. Embalming. Mummies.

8. Oil and Resins, among the Egyptians and Jews.

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