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ENGLISH AUTHORITIES.

Some of those cited in this volume are :

M. & M., Montagu & Macarthur's Bankrupt Cases ; Rose ditto ; Buck ditto ; 3d Russell's Chancery Reports, being a Continuation of Turner & Russell ; Tamlyn's Reports (Vice Chancellor); Hogan's Reports (Irish Rolls); T. & V., Turner's Practice by Venables, 6th ed. 1825; Grant's Practice, 2d ed. 1829 ; Newland's Practice, 3d ed. 1830.

ANALYSIS AND CONTENTS

VOLUME II.

This Volume pursues the Analysis of the first, [See
v. 1. p. 1-3.) to the end of the 2d Chapter, and conse-
quently comprises the general outline of practice appli-
cable to petitions and bills, according to the first of the
three divisions of the work, viz.

PRELIMINARY VIEWS AND PROCEEDINGS.

1. The court and its officers, ch. 1. $ 1-19.

1. The court.

Powers of the court vested in the chancellor;

regulation of practice in proceedings be-

fore the vice-chancellor, $ 7.

2. Officers :

Vice-chancellors, 9.

Register, &c. $ 12.

Sol'rs and coun'rs, admission, &c. $ 17.

2. Petitions and Bills, or the general outline of prac-

tice in relation to both, confined particularly to the
first, and embodied for future reference for the pur-
pose of illustrating, without interrupting, the regll-
lar chain of proceedings by either. Ch. II. S 1-85.
1. Petitions, ib. 1-5.

1. Their kinds, and how distinguished from

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2. Their formal parts and requisites, $ 5.9.

same requisites to bills, as to averment,
engrossment, jurat, &c.
1 Formal parts, p.

20.
2. Verification, &c. $ 6. p.

23.
1. Affidavits, $ 7. p. 24-31.
2. Certificates and exemplification, p.

31-33.

3. Jurat, 8. p. 33-35. 2. Services, $ 10-13. 1. General rule, &c. $ 10-11. (1. Orders to show cause, for temporary

relief and substituted service, g 12. p.

37, &c.
2. Service on solicitor or agent, notice of

death of an agent, 13. p. 39.
8. Intermediate proceedings to hearing, $ 14.

1. Notice of presenting petition, p. 39.
2. Motions, p. 41.

1. Notice, 42-3.
2. Motion days and terms of vice-chan-

cellors, $ 15. p. 43.
3. Preparations for hearing, ib. 14-27.

(1. Presentation and adjournment, 561.

P. 44.

2. Copies, points, abstract, brief, affi

vits of service, &c. $ 17. p. 47-58.
3. Further time, &c. $ 19. p. 58.
4. Exceptions for scandal or imperti-
nence, \ 21).

P.

59.
4: Hearing orders and decrees, ib. § 16, 21, 24,

27.
1. Hearing, ib. p. 60. 69.

1. Dismissal, interlocutory costs, pre-
cert and commitment, $ 21. p.

60.
2. Motions to discharge orders for irre-

gularity or set aside default, $ 22, 23.

p. 68 69.
(3. Hearing orders and decrees.
2. Orders and decreos.

Pro confesso, opening same, or de

nying the inition, 25. p. 69.
2. RT ranses to vice-chancellors,

§ 26. n. 79

3. Minutes of decree, $ 27. p. 72..
4. Orders of course, P:

73.
5. Orders by consent, 831. p. 75.
6. Formal parts of orders and decrees,

§ 32. p. 78. 7. Specimens of orders and their use,

p. 81, &c.

8. Service of orders& decrees, $ 35.p.87. 3. Modes of settling factor law, $ 36-55. p. 90, &c. 256, &c. 1. Reference to Master, orders for, and

proceedings, $ 36-53. p. 90, &c. Proceedings in the Master's office,

$ 37-53. p. 94-256. 2. Reference to referees, examinations,

&c. $ 54. p. 856-263.
3. Special case for a court of law, p.

263-6.
4. Action at law, 266.

5. Feigned issue, 55. p. 267-293. 4. Modes of opening, setting aside, or recti

ing orders or decrees, $ 56. p.293-5.
1. By petition or motion to vacate, dis-

charge, &c. p. 293, &c.
2. Rebearing, $ 57. p. 295-323.
1. Petition for and notice, &c. S

58. p. 297. 2. Order for re-bearing, $ 59. p.

302, &c. 3. Preparations for re-bearing,

60. p. 304.

1. Notices of re-hearing and 2 affidavit of service, p. 304. ( 2. Note of issue, p. 305.

13. Points, p. 306. 4. Re-hearing, orders and decrees

1 hereon, S 61. p. 306-322.
5. Second re-hearing, 322-3.
3. Appeals, in what cases, $ 62. p. 323.
1. To the chancellor :
T. From common pleas, § 63. p.

325., &c.
2. Surrogates, $ 64. p. 327, &c.

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3. Circuit judges, $ 65. p. 338, &c.

4. Vice-ch'rs, $ 66. p. 341, &c.
2. To the court of errors, $ 71-79 .p.
348, &c.

1. From Chancellor.
2. From a vice-chancellor, when

the chancellor is a party, &c.
3. From a vice-chancellor after his

order is reviewed, &c. by chan

callor.
3. To supreme court of the U. States,
P.

397.
J. From the final decree of the cir-

cuit court of the U, S., after a
removal from the court of chan-

cery, p. 399, &c.
2. From the final.decree of the

court of errors (or thc highest
state court having jurisdiction)
upon an appeal from the court

of chancery, p. 401, &c.
5. Final decree after remittitur, $ 79. p.

390, &e. 4.25-8. 5. Costs, 80-82.

1. In general, $ 80. p. 430-454
2. Bills of costs, Sel. p. 428.
3. Taxation and taxing officers, 82. p. 454.

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on, p. 455, &c.
6. Enrolment and execution, $ 83-85.
11. Enrolment, abstract, docket, and trans-

script, $83. p. 458
2. Execution, $ 84 p. 461.
51. Orders for issuing execution, &c. p.

461.
5 2. Orders and proceedings against she-

riff, p. 462 .
3. Final satisfaction, and cancelling lien of

record, p. 464.

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