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of Appeals of South Carolina ; 5 Gill & Johnson's Re-
ports in the Court of Appeals of Maryland; 1 Watts'

Reports in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Digest of ENGLISH Cases.
Common Law

205
Comprising the principal cases in 3 Barnewall & Adolphus,

Part 3; 1 Adolphus & Ellis, Part 2; 3 Nevile & Man-
ning, Parts 3 & 4; 1 Bingham's New Cases, Part 2; 4
Moore and Scott, Parts 3 & 4, and 5 Moore & Scott,
Part 1; 1 Crompton, Meeson, & Roscoe, Part 2; (the
first portion of) 4 Tyrwhitt, Part 2; Dowling's Practice
Cases, Vol. 2, Parts 3 & 4,--and Vol. 3, Part 1; --all

cases included in former Digests being omitted.
Equity
Containing the principal cases in 6 Bligh, Part 2; 1 Clarke

& Finnelly, Part 4; and 2 Mylna & Keene, Part 1. Notices OF NEw Books.

Supplement to Petersdorff's Abridgement of English Com

mon Law Cases, argued and determined in the Courts of
King's Bench, Common Pleas, Exchequer, and at Nisi Pri-
us; being a Practical Abridgement of the Cases reported
from Michaelmas Term, 4 Geo. IV., to Hilary Term, 3
Will. IV., alphabetically and systematically arranged un-
der appropriate titles. By Elisha HAMMOND, Esq., Coun-
sellor at Law

231
A General Digest of the Law for the year 1834, containing

all the Reported Decisions in all the Courts; together with
the Rules of Court, from 1 Will. IV. By Henry Roscoe,
of the Inner Temple, Esq. Barrister at Law.

233 Practical Directions for taking Instructions for, and drawing

Wills; with an Appendix of Precedents. By William
Hughes, Esq., of Gray's Inn, Barrister at Law

234 A Practical Treatise on the Law of Bonds, with an Appendix

of Forms, Declarations and Pleas. By Edwin TYRREL

Hurlstone, Esq. of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law 235
The History of the Boroughs and Municipal Corporations of

the United Kingdom, from the Earliest to the Present time;
with an examination of Records, Charters, and other Doc-
uments, illustrative of their Constitution and Powers. By
HENRY ALWORTH MEREWETHER, Serjeant at Law, Solici-
tor General to the Queen; and ARCHIBALD JOHN STE-
PIENS, M. A. F. R. S. Barrister at Law

236

Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Ju

dicial Court of the State of Maine. By Simon GREEN-
LEAF, Counsellor at Law, Vol. IX.

2:38 INTELLIGENCE AND MISCELLANY. Death of Chief Justice Marshall

240 Reports of the Supreme Court of the United States

243 Foreign Notices of Mr. Justice Story's Commentaries on the Conflict of Laws

215 Manuscript Year Book

247 Scotch Law Books

247 QUARTERLY List of Law PublicATIONS

251

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CONTENTS OF NO. XXVIII.

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PAGE. I. CRIMINAL LAW OF INSANITY

254 II. A QUESTION OF THE CONFLICT OF Laws

275 A Turk, having three wives, to whom he was lawfully

married, according to the laws of his own country, and
three sons, one by each wife, comes to Philadelphia
with his family, and dies, leaving his three wives and
three sons alive, and also real property in this State to

a large amount.
Quære: Will it go to the three children, equally, under

the intestate law of Pennsylvania ?
IlI. CODIFICATION, AND REFORM OF THE LAW.–No. I. 280
IV. JURISDICTION
THE DEFENDANT IS Domiciled

302 V. THE LIBRARY OF THE INNER TEMPLE

310 A Catalogue of the Printed Books and Manuscripts in the

Library of the Inner Temple, arranged in classes. VI. RULES OF EVIDENCE.No. 7.

317 The admission of the accomplice and of the party to the

record in criminal procedure. VII. GERMAN CRITICISM OF MR. JUSTICE STORY'S COMMENTA

RIES ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES 330 DIGEST OF RECENT DECISIONS

345 Principal cases in 9 Peters's Reports of Cases in the Su

preme Court of the United States; 4 Paige's Reports of
Cases in the Court of Chancery of New York; 1 and 2
Stewart's Reports of Cases in the Supreme Court of

Alabama.
DIGEST OF English CASES.
Common Law

404 Comprising 5 Barnewall & Adolphus, Part 4; 1 Adolphus

& Ellis, Part 3; 3 Nevile & Manning, Part 5; 4 Nevile
& Manning, Parts 1 and 2; 1 Bingham's New Cases,
Part 3; 2 Crompton & Meeson, Part 3; 1 Crompton,
Meeson, & Roscoe, Part 3; 4 Tyrwhitt, second portion

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of Part 2 and Part 4; 3 Dowling's Practice Cases, Part
2; 1 Moody & Robinson, Part 3; and a selection from
6 Carrington & Payne, Part 3:—all Cases in former

Digests being omitted.
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425 Containing 5 Simons, Parts 3 & 4; 5 Russell, Part 2; and

2 Mylne & Keen, Part 2. LEGISLATION. United States

438 NOTICES OF NEw Books.

A Compendium of Mercantile Law, by John William Smith,
of the Inner Temple, Barrister at Law

442 The Miscellaneous Writings, Literary, Critical, Juridical and

Ро cal, of Joseph Story, L. L. D., now first collected 442
Mr. Justice Story's Eulogy on Chief Justice Marshall 448
A Discourse upon the Life, Character and Services of the

Honorable John Marshall, L. L. D., Chief Justice of the
United States of America, pronounced on the fifteenth
day of October, 1835, at the request of the Suffolk Bar,

by Joseph Story, L. L.D., and published at their request.
Mackenna's Translation of the French Code

453 The Civil Code. Book the First, of persons. Translated

from the French, with an Introduction, and Notes Ex-
planatory and Illustrative. By Theobald Mackenna,

Esq., Barrister at Law.
Binney's Eulogy on Chief Justice Marshall

462 An Eulogy on the Life and Character of John Marshall,

Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States;
delivered at the request of the Councils of Philadelphia,

on the 24th September, 1835. By Horace Binney. MISCELLANY.

Mr. Butler's Plan of a Law School in the City of New York 466
George Washington Pierce, Esq.

478 Letter of John Rutledge

480 Legal Intelligence from England

487 Revue de Legislation et de Jurisprudence

489 Revue Etrangère

493 LIST OF NEW PUBLICATIONS

495

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