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NOTE.... The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

218 Davis's Practical Treatise on the Authority and Duty of Justices of the Peace, in Criminal Prosecutions, Svo; Boston,

1824.

230 J. 233 J. 228

J. 227

East's Pleas of the Crown, 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1806.
Foster's Crown Law, 8vo; Dublin, 1767.

Hale's History of the Pleas of the Crown, with notes, &c.,
by G. Wilson, 2 v. 8vo; Lond. 1778.

Summary of the Pleas of the Crown-On Sheriff's
Accounts-Trial of Witches-and on the Provision for
the Poor, 8vo; Lond. 1716.

229 Hawkins' Treatise of the Pleas of the Crown, with additions
by Curwood, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1824.

Hening's New Virginia Justice, 8vo; Richmond, 1795.
History of Remarkable Trials in England and Ireland, 2 v.
8vo; Lond. 1725.

J. 216 232

J. 265

J. 235

J. 214

J.

16

History of the Trial, &c. of Wm. Laud, Archbishop of Can-
terbury, 4to; Lond. 1646.

Judgment of the Lords of Session in the Case of Hamilton vs.
Douglass, 8vo; Edinb. 1768.

Justice's Case Law, 8vo; London, 1731.

Lambard, Wm.: Eirenarcha, or Justice of Peace, 12mo;
Lond. 1599.

J. 237 Law Pamphlets, viz.: Wythe's decision in Overton vs. Ross;
Wythe on the Statute of Distribution; Hay's Essay on the
Liberty of the Press; Toulmin & Blair's Criminal Law
of Kentucky; and Rules and Articles of War of the United
States in 1800; 8vo.

224 Leach's Cases in Crown Law, from 1730 to 1815, 2 v. 8vo;

Lond. 1815.

J. 242 Law Tracts, viz: Varnum's Argument in the Case of Trevett vs. Weeden, for refusing paper bills in payment for Butcher's meat, in market, at par with specie, Newport, R. I. 1786; and the Case of Somersett, a negro, on a Habeas Corpus, in England, 1772, p. 4to.

J. 261

J. 260

J. 262

J. 264
J. 263
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170 Lawes' Pleading in Assumpsit, with the addition of the Decisions of American Courts, by Joseph Story, 8vo; Boston,

1811.

Mémoires, in the Case of Bradier, Simare, and Lardoise,
condemned to the Wheel, 4to; Paris, 1786.

Mémoires, in the Cases of Kornmann, Beaumarchais, Miac-
zynski, &c., 4to; Paris, 1786,--'7.

Mémoires, in the Cases of Leris and Lamarque, Bonnard,
D'Anglure, &c., 4to; Paris, 1788.

Mémoire de Ducrest contra D'Orleans, 4to; Paris, 1791.
Mémoire de Réveillon, 4to; Paris, 1789.

Mémoire sur l'Accusation de l'Affaire du fameux Collier, pour le Cardinal Rohan, Comtesse La Motte, Demoiselle D'Oliva, et le Comte de Cagliostro, &c., 12mo; Paris, 1785-'6. J. 259 Le même, 2 v. 4to; Paris, 1786.

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of the late President JEFFERSON, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

J. 212

J. 31

J. 211 219

217

Perley's Maine Justice, 8vo; Hallowell, 1823.

236 Proceedings in an action for Debt between the Right Honorable Charles J. Fox, plaintiff, and John Horne Tooke, defendant, 8vo; London, 1792.

Quo Warranto against the City of London in 1682, fol.;
London, 1690.

Raymond's (Lord) Argument in K. B. Court, inter Dr. Bent-
ley and the Bp. of Ely, Trinity Term, 1731; MS. folio.
Remarkable Trials at the Old Bailey, 1st vol. 12mo; Lond.

1718.

Nelson's Justice of the Peace, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1736.
New Discovery of the Prelates' Tyranny, in their prosecu-
tions of Dr. Bastwick, Mr. Burton, and Master Prynne,
p. 4to; Lond. 1640.

Officium Clerici Pacis, 8vo; London, 1705.

J. 330

J. 329

J. 26

246

Rogers' New York City-Hall Recorder, for 1816, Svo; New
York, 1817.

223 Russell & Ryan's Crown Cases Reserved for Consideration, from 1799 to 1824, 8vo; Lond. 1825.

222 Russell's Treatise on Crimes and Misdemeanors, with notes of Am. Decisions, by D. Davis, 2 v. 8vo; Boston, 1824. J. 323 Salmon's Abridgment and Review of the State Trials, from the reign of King Richard II. to the 10th year of George II., folio; London, 1738.

333 Scobell's Collection of Acts of Parliament, (1648 to 1651,) use

ful for Justices of the Peace, folio; London, 1653.

J. 322

J. 320

Paley on the Law and Practice of Summary Convictions, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1827.

J. 241 Sommers' (Lord) Argument in the Bankers' Case, June 23, 1696, p. 4to; London, 1733.

221

Starkie's Treatise on Criminal Pleading, 8vo; Exeter, 1824. J. 321 State Trials, from the Norman Conquest to this present time, folio; London, 1741.

J. 244

J. 332
J. 251

from 1715 to 1723, fol.; Lond. 1716-1723.

from the reign of Henry IV. to the end of the reign of George I., 6 v. folio; London, 1719---1730. J. 226 Staundforde's Pleas of the Crown, p. 4to; London, 1583.

231

Tomlins' Digested Index to the Crown Law, and Jones' Index to the Criminal Cases in the Supreme Court of the United States, 8vo; New York, 1823.

J. 250

J. 325
J. 326

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Toulmin & Blair's Review of the Criminal Law of Kentucky,
8vo; Frankfort, 1804.

Tremaine's Pleas of the Crown, folio; London, 1723.
Trial of Aaron Burr, on an indictment for Treason, taken in

short-hand by T. Carpenter, 3 v. 8vo; Washington, 1807. Trial of Aaron Burr, on an Indictment for Treason, 8vo. Trial of Elizabeth Canning, for Perjury, folio; Lond. 1754. Trial of the Dutchess of Kingston, for Bigamy, folio; London, 1776.

NOTE....The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

Trial of Judge Chase, before the Senate of the United States, for High Crimes and Misdemeanors, 8vo; Wash. 1805. 248 Trial of Judge Prescott, before the Senate of Massachusetts, in 1821, for Misconduct and Maleadministration in Office, Svo; Boston, 1821.

249

Trial of the Bank of Pennsylvania, at the Suit of Patrick Lyon, to recover Damages for False Imprisonment, on a charge of Robbing the Bank in 1798, 8vo; Phila. 1808. J. 238 Trial of the Boot and Shoemakers of Philadelphia, on an Indictment for a Combination and Conspiracy to raise their Wages, 8vo; Phila. 1806.

29 Trial of the British Soldiers for Murder in 1770, 12mo; Bos

247

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J. 324
J. 328

J. 239

ton, 1824.

Trial of Tobias Watkins, for various Frauds upon the United
States, 8vo; Washington, 1829.

Trial of Dr. Henry Sacheverell, folio; London, 1710.
Trial of Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, folio; Lond. 1725.
Trial of Wm. Earl of Kilmarnock, George, Earl of Cromertie,

and Arthur Lord Balmerino, for High Treason, folio;
London, 1746: and Trial of Wm. Lovat, for High Trea-
son, London, 1747.

J. 215

Webb's Virginia Justice, 8vo; Williamsburgh, 1736. 245 Wheeler's Reports of Criminal Law Cases decided at the City Hall of New York, 3 v. 8vo; New York, 1823.

SECT. 3. MILITARY LAW, AND COURTS MARTIAL.

33 Adye on Courts Martial, 8vo; London, 1810.

J. 33c Act for establishing Rules and Articles for the Government of the Armies of the United States, 12mo; Wash. 1806. 253 General Regulations and Orders for the British Army, January, 1816, 8vo; London, 1816.

256 Hough's Practice of Courts Martial, 8vo; London, 1825. J. 33a Law Military of England, 12mo; London, 1719.

254 Macomb's Treatise on Martial Law and Courts Martial, Svo; Charleston, 1809.

255 McArthur on Nayal and Military Courts Martial, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1813.

J. 336 Rules and Articles for the Government of the Troops of the United States, 8vo; Washington, 1800.

252 Rules and Regulations for the Field Exercise, &c., of the Army of the United States, 1815, 8vo; with plates, 4to; New York, 1815.

257 Samuel's Historical Account of the British Army, and of the Military Law, 8vo; London, 1816.

of the late President JEFFERSON, when it was purchased by Congress in 1815.

CHAPTER XIX.....[ ALCOVE No. 5.]

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COMMON LAW---REPORTS.

Andrews' Reports, 10-12 Geo. II., folio; London, 1754. Anstruther's Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer, 32 and 33 Geo. III., 3 v. 8vo; London, 1817. la Barnes' Notes of Cases in Points of Practice in the Court of

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SECTION I.-BRITISH REPORTS.

Aleyn's Reports, 22-24 Ch. I., folio; London, 1681.
Anderson's Reports, from 26 Hen. VIII. to 1 James I., folio;
London, 1664.

Common Pleas, from 1732 to 1756, 8vo; London, 1790. 2 Barnewall and. Alderson's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 58-60 Geo. III., 4 v. 8vo; Boston, 1820-'22.

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Bendloe's Reports, from 6 Hen. VIII. to 3 Ch. I., folio; London, 1661. See Keilwey.

Benloe and Dalison's Reports, from 32 Ed. III. to 21 Eliz., folio; London, 1689.

Blackstone's (Henry) Reports of Cases in the Courts of Common Pleas and Exchequer, 28-36 Geo. III., 2 v. 8vo; Philadelphia, 1819.

J. 4 Blackstone's (William) Reports of Cases in the several Courts of Westminster Hall, from 1746 to 1779, 2 v. lin, 1789.

8vo; Dub

Bligh's Reports of Cases in the House of Lords, on Appeals and Writs of Error, in 1819, 1st vol. 8vo; Lond. 1823. Bosanquet and Puller's Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas, &c., 36-47 Geo. III., with Corrections and Notes, by T. Day, 5 v. 8vo; Hartford, 1820.

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Bridgman's Reports. See Lane.

7 Broderip & Bingham's Reports of Cases in the Court of Common Pleas, &c., from 59 Geo. III. to 2 Geo. IV., 2 v. 8vo; London, 1820-'21.

8 Brown's Reports of Cases upon Appeals and Writs of Error, determined in the High Court of Parliament; with Notes and Additional Cases, brought down to the year 1800, by T. E. Tomlins, 8 v. 8vo; London, 1805.

NOTE.... The Works to which the letter J. is prefixed, were in the Library

J. 75 Jones' (Sir Wm.) Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c., from 18 James I. to 16 Charles I., folio; London, 1675.

J. 76 Jones' (Sir Thomas) Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c., from 19 Charles I. to 36 Charles II., folio; London, 1695.

J. 77

J. 78

Keilwey's Reports, from 12 Henry VII. to 21 Henry VIII.; and Dalison and Bendloe's Reports, from 6 Henry VIII. to 20 Elizabeth, by J. Croke, folio; London, 1688. J. 79 Kelynge's Reports of Select Cases in Chancery, the King's Bench, &c., 4-7 George II., folio; London, 1740.

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Keble's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 12-30 Charles II., 3 v. folio; London, 1685.

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J. 80 Lane's Reports of Cases in the Court of Exchequer, 3-9 James

I.; Hetley's Reports, 3-7 Charles I.; and Bridgman's Reports, from 11 James I. to 9 Charles I., folio; London, 1657 and 1659.

J. 83

J. 84

Kenyon's Notes of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c., from 1753 to 1759; from the original MS., with Notes, &c., by J. W. Hanmer, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1819-'25.

32 Lee's Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 7--—10 George II.,

8vo; London, 1815.

J. 81

Leonard's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Law at Westminster, 1-35 Elizabeth, 2 v. folio; London, 1658–63. J. 82 Levinz' Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c., from 12 Charles II. to 8 William III., 2 v. folio; London, 1702.

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J. 85

Ley's Reports of Cases in the Courts of Law at Westminster, from 6 James I. to 3 Charles I., folio; London, 1659. Littleton's (Lord Edward) Reports of Cases in the Courts of Common Pleas and Exchequer, 2-7 Charles I., folio; London, 1683.

Lofft's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, &c., 12-14 George III., 8vo; Dublin, 1790.

Lucas's Modern Cases in Law and Equity, 7-12 George I., folio; London, 1730.

34 Manning's Digest of the Nisi Prius Reports, with Notes and References, 8vo; Exeter, 1823.

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March's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, 15-18 Charles I., p. 4to; London, 1648.

36 Marshall's (Charles) Reports of Cases in the Courts of Common Pleas, &c., from 1813 to 1816, 2 v. 8vo; London, 1815-'17.

37 Maule & Selwyn's Reports of Cases in the Court of King's Bench, from 1813 to 1816, 5 v. 8vo; Boston, 1819-'23.

38 Modern Reports; or Select Cases in the Courts of King's Bench, Chancery, Common Pleas, and Exchequer, from the restoration of Charles II. to the end of the reign of William III., 12 v. in 9, 8vo; Dublin, 1794.

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