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THE

„AMERICAN JURIST

AND

LAW MAGAZINE.

FOR OCTOBER, 1835, AND JANUARY, 1836.

VOL. XIV

104. SPRARY

BOSTON:

ILA
SAMUEL COLMAN, SUCCESSOR TO LILLY, WAIT & CO.

JAMES MUNROE & CO., BOSTON BOOKSTORE.
PHILADELPHIA....NICKLIN & JOHNSON, AND J. M. GUMMEY.

MDCCCXXXVI.

NOTICE. In consequence of a fire which, on the morning of the 1st October, 1835, consumed a large portion of the American Jurist for the quarter ending with that month, the publication has been delayed till January, 1836. The next number will be issued in April, and will commence a new volume. The consequence of this change will be, that our year will commence with the month of April, instead of the month of January as heretofore, intermitting, therefore, one quarter in the regular series of the Journal.

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CONTENTS OF NO. X XVII.

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ART.
I. MEDICAL JURISPRUDENCE. No. II.—EVIDENCE IN CASES

OF HOMICIDE.—WOUNDS . . . . . . 1
II. AGREEMENT OF A FEME COVERT . . . . . 23
Can the agreement of the wife, to join with her husband in

conveying lands, be enforced against her ? III. CHARGE TO THE GRAND JURY, BY CHIEF JUSTICE PAR

SONS . . . . . . . . . . 26 IV. Is A CONSIDERATION NECESSARY TO THE VALIDITY OF A

DEED OF LAND ?--Case . . . . . . 39
V. THE GERMAN HISTORICAL School of JURISPRUDENCE 43
Introduction général à l'Histoire du Droit; par E. LERMI-

NIER, Professeur de l'Histoire des Legislations com-
parées au College de France. Seconde Edition. Un

vol. in 8°, Paris.
A General Introduction to the History of Law. By E.

LERMINIER, Professor of the History of Legislations

compared, in the College of France. VI. BIOGRAPHICAL NOTICE OF THE HON. NATHAN DANE. VII. OPINION OF JUDGE TROWBRIDGE ON THE CONSTRUCTION

OF A DEED . . . . . . . . . 76 VIII. POWER OF THE LEGISLATURE TO SUSPEND A LAW FOR THE

BENEFIT OF AN INDIVIDUAL . . . . . 83 IX. THE JURIDICAL WRITINGS OF Sir JAMES MACKINTOSH 100

The History of England, by the Right Honorable Sir

James Mackintosh, M. P. Digest OF RECENT Decisions

• . . . . . 135 Principal Cases in 12 Pickering's Reports in the Supreme

Court of Massachusetts ; 2 Bailey's Reports in the Court

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