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OF THE STATUTES QUOTED AND REFERED TO IN VOLUME IV.

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Shewing the time the several statutes were enacted, and thereby enabling the rea

der the more readily to refer to them in our statute books. 1782.

Date of the Act. Subject of the Act.
CHAPTER 9

July 3, 1782 Supreme Judicial Court.
1783.
CHAPTER 22

October 14, 1783 Pine Trees. 24

February 6, 1784 Wills.

March 11, Dower. 42

Power of Justices. 46

12, Probate Courts. 55

16, Usury. 1784. CHAPTER 69

16, 1785 Petit Treason. 72

Habeas Corpus. 1785. CHAPTER 28 November 23, Trespasses. 53

February 24, 1786 Common Fields. 62

March 9, Tenants in Common. 69

Marriage and Divorce. 1786. CHAPTER 52

February 13, 1787 Limitation of Actions. 58

19, Writ De Homine Replegiando: 81

Highways. 1787. CHAPTER 48

s; 26, 1788

Slave Trade. 1788. CHAPTER 12

June 19, Penal Statues. 30

January 10, 1789 Work-Houses. 65

February 14, Impounding 1792. CHAPTER 41

25, 1793 Pleading. 1794. CHAPTER 65

28, 1795 Trustee Process. 1796. CHAPTER 58

1797 Highways. 1798. CHAPTER 5

June 16, 1798 Creditors' Demands. 1799. CHAPTER 82

March 4, 1800 Judicial Department. 1804. CHAPTER 105

15, 1805 Judicial Department. 133

16, Sodomy, &c.

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1302 1302

1221 1260 1274 1276

1306 1318, 1319

1221, 1222

1252 1255 1260 1300 1301 1311

B

E Beard y. Beard

1312 Eccleston v. Petty Burtonshaw v. Gilbert

1312 Edlestone v. Speake Briggs v. Calverly

1221 Bassly v. Clarkson

1234

F Buxenden v. Sharp

1253

French v. Watson Bolton v. Banks

1253 Fawcet v. Bearres Bird v. Bird

1254 Foster v. Sinkler Brand v. Glass

1255 Frothingham v. Haley Beadle v. Morris

1256 Foote et al. v. Richardson Bruen v. Roe

1265 Farwell v. Jacobs Beck with v. Elvey

1265 Barker v, Taber et al.

1271

G Bedo v. Saunderson

1284 Giles v. Hart Button v. Downham

1284 Grænvelt's case Blaney v. Sargeant

1293 Gelley v. Clark Buckminster et al. v. Perry 1293, 1307 Grey v. Livesey Bond v. Sewall

1298 Gryle v. Gryle Broderick v. Broderick

1302 Gasson v. Dade

Goodright v. Glazier с Commonwealth v. Hardy

1205

н Clap v. Draper

1241, 1242 Holbrook v. Pratt Cookson v. Castline

1242 Hyde v. Seyssor Coffin v. Coffin

1244 Hambleton v. Vere Claye's case

1254, 1255 Howell v. Freeman Cantrell v. Church

1259 Hudson's case Cook v. Watham

1262 Harwood v. Goodright Cason v. Newman

1266 Comstock v. Farnum

1274

J Coburn v. Ansart

1276 Jarvis v. Hayes Clayton's case

1285 Jones v. Lake Chesterfield v. Jansen

1285 Churchill v. Suter 1286, 1287

K Chase et al. v. Lincoln 1297, 1305 Kinnion v. Davis Carleton v. Griffin

1299 Kidd v. Shepherd Church v. Crocker

1319

L
D

Lewis v. Fogg
Donaston v. Payne

1235 Lowe v. Waller Duel v. Harding

1261, 1262 Lea v. Libb Dix y. Cobb

1274 Lemayne v. Stanley

1243 1260 1260 1276 1308 1311

1261 1299

1253 1276

1262 1284 1300 1300 Page. 1255 1261 1273 1274 1276 1285 1285 1298 1300 1301 1308 1316

Longford v. Eyre) Lowe v. Jolliffe

M Melody v. Reab Mason v. Keeling Murray v. Harding Mountfort v. Hall Mason v. Limbrey M'Neil's case

1260 1285

P Prop. Ken. P. v. Call Prop. Ken. P. v. Boulton Postlethwayte v. Parks Perkins y. Parker Prescott v. Parker Pierson v. Weller Pollard v. Scolly Phelps et al. v. Hartwell Peate v. Ougly Pendock v. Mackender Parsons v. Freeman

Page. 1302, 1305

Sir Edwin Sandy's case 1306 Slater v. Swann

Stackpole v. Newman

Sebor v. Armstrong
1235 Sharp v. Clark
1253 Sayer v. Glin
1286 Sharpley v. Harrel
1203 Stonehouse v. Evelyn
1310 Smith v. Evans
1319 Shires v. Glassock

Sweat et al. v. Boardman

Skeple v. Farnsworth
1242
1249

T 1260 Tullidge v. Wade 1274, 1280

Tanfield v. Finch
1276
1277

V
1284 Virtue v. Bird
1293, 1307 Vernon v. Goodrich
1298

Van Staphorst v. Pearce
1305
1313

W
Wood v. Waterville

Wade's case
1250 Wilcox v. Mills

1261 Whitman v. Hunt 1285, 1286 Willard v. Sheafe

1302 Wentworth v. Whittemore 1315 Wilder v, Bailey

Wrigley v. Geyer

Wright v. Wright
1218 Williams v. Blunt
1221
1234

Y
1252 York v. Grindstone

1251 1259 1274

R Reynolds v. Clark Rigg v. Clark Richards v. Brown Right v. Price Richardson v. Noyes

1216 1218 1271 1273 · 1274 1275 1276 1276 1331 1332

S Suckling v. Coney Sweatland v. Squire Six Carpenters' case Slater y. Baker

1235

CONTENTS OF VOLUME IV.

Page.

Page. TITLE CXXXIX.

7. Power and duty of surveyors,

when the sum assessed for the SLAVE TRADE

1199

repair of high ways is insufficient 1214 1. Penalty for importing, transport- 8. Power and duty of surveyors reing, buying or selling any Afri

lative to in cumbrances in highcans as slaves ; or for fitting out

ways

1214 a vessel for that purpose 1199 9. Penalty for surveyors' neglect of 2. Insurance on such vessels, void 1200.- duty

1215 3. Of the action for damages given

10. Liability of surveyors, where a against any person concerned in

town is indicted for defect of decoying or carrying off any in

highways

1216 habitant of this commonwealth 1200 4. Of the bond to be given by the

TITLE CXLIII. prosecutor in such action 1201

TENDER

1217 5. Of costs and damages to the de.

fendant in such action, in case of 1. What money can be legally tenthe plaintiff's failure to support it 1201

dered

1217 2. What act amounts to a legal tenTITLE CXL. der

1218 SODOMY AND BESTIALITY 1202

3. At what time and place a tender
must be made

1219 TITLE CXLI.

4. How a tender must be pleaded 1221 SUPREME JUDICIAL COURT 1203

5. What may be replied to a plea of
tender

1222 TITLE CXLII.

6. Consequences of a tender and re-
fusal

1222 SURVEYORS OF HIGHWAYS 1208 1. Choice of surveyors ; and the pe

TITLE CXLIV. nalty for their refusal to serve 1208 TREASON AND MISPRISION OF 2. Duty of selectmen to assign to

TREASON

1224 surveyors their limits

1209 3. Power of towns to authorize sur

1. What persons are capable of com-
mitting treason

1225 veyors to make contracts relative

1209 to the repair of highways.

2. Of what acts treason consists 1226

3. Of the time within which a pro4. Duty of surveyors to give notice

secution for treason must be comto persons taxed for the support

menced

1228 of high ways; and to render to the selectmen or assessors a list of

4. Of the privileges of the prisoner'1228 5. Of the evidence

1230 such persons as have been deficient in paying or working out

6. Of the forfeitures consequent on

1231 their taxes

1209

a conviction of treason 5. Of the collection of highway

7. Of the punishment

1232 taxes; and herein of the duty of

TITLE CXLV. surveyors to account for the same 1210 6. Power and duty of surveyors, in

TRESPASS

1233 case towns neglect to raise money 1. The general nature of trespass 1233 for the repair of highways 1212 2. Of trespass damage feasant 1235

ners

1277

Page.
3. Of trespass in general and com.
mon fields

1236
4. Of trespass to pine-trees

1237
5. Of malicious trespasses; and

herein of such trespasses com-
mitted in the night time

1238
6. Of trespasses, by joint tenants,
tenants in common, and coparce-

1240
7. By whom this action of trespass
may be maintained

1241
8. Of the declaration ; and herein of
the continuando

1243
9. Of the pleadings

1246

10. Of the verdict and damages 1248

TITLE CXLVI.

TRESPASS ON THE CASE 1250

1. Of the general nature of this ac-
tion

1250
2. Of injuries arising from sheriffs,
attorneys, and surgeons

1251
3. Of injuries arising from mische-
vious dog's

1253
4. Of this action against carriers and
mechanics

1253

5. Of this action against innkeepers 1253

6. Of this action in cases of warran-
ty and deceit

1256
7. Of this action as it respects in-
juries to real property

1259

8. Of injuries to a person standing

in the relation of a husband 1260

9. Of injuries to a person standing

in the relation of a father 1260

10. Of injuries to a person standing

in the relation of a master 1260

11. Of the declaration, pleadings and

evidence

1261

Page.

writ; and makes no appearance

to the action

1272

4. Of the appearance and examina-

tion of the trustee ; and his liabili.
ty for neglecting to appear

1272
5. Of the chargeability of the trus-
tee

1274
6. Proceedings when the plaintiff

fails of supporting his action
against the principal; and where
he discontinues his action as

against the trustee
7. In what cases execution shall is.

sue against the goods, &c. of the

principal, in the hands of the

trustee

1278

8. Uf the scire facias against the

trustee ; and the proceedings

thereupon

1278

9. Of the discharge of the trustee

from the demands of the principal 1280

10. Proceedings when a person

summoned as trustee shall die

before examination; or before

judgment

1280

11. Liability of a trustee who makes

a false answer upon his examina-

tion

1281

12. In what cases, the plaintiff shall

not proceed in his suit against the

princi al

1281

13. Of the right of the principal to

a review

1282

TITLE CXLIX.

USURY

1283

1. Of the legal rate of interest 1283

2. Of contracts that are void by rea-

son of usury

1284

3. Of the nature of an usurious con-

tract

1284

4. Of the proof by which an usuri.

ous contract may be avoided 1286

5. Of the qui tam prosecution given

against usury, and the time, with-

in which such prosecution must

be brought

1287

TITLE CL.

WASTE

1289

1. Vhat acts' shall be deemed

waste

1289

2. Of the persons by and against

whom an action of waste may be

brought

1290

3. Of the pleadings

1291

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