Talks about Law: A Popular Statement of what Our Law is and how it is Administered

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Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1887 - Common law - 557 pages
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Contents

Where our Law comes from
1
n Courts
13
Lawyers
22
The Beginning of a Lawsuit
30
Pleadings
36
The Beginning of a Criminal Prosecution
43
Ancient Forms of Trial
51
Present Forms of Trial
57
Minors
233
Persons Non Compos
243
Public Corporations
251
Private Corporations
274
Contracts
294
Negotiable Paper
330
Partnership
351
Agency
356

Evidence
64
Both Sides of the Jury Question
73
How Law grows
84
Executions and Costs
93
XLn Punishments
98
Benefit of Clergy
106
Marriage
113
Divorce
129
The Divorce Question
144
Husband and Wife
164
Parent and Child
176
Guardian and Ward
186
Teacher and Pupil
191
Pulpit and Pew
205
XXUI Employer and Employe
225
Bailments
362
Insurance
378
Patents Copyrights TradeMarks
394
Land
404
Heirs at Law
439
Wills
441
Torts
449
Treason
462
Offences against the Person
472
Offences against Property
488
Equity
502
Statute Law
508
Appendix A 17
517
Appendix B
546
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