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ENGLISH EDITION. AMERICAN EDITION.
VOL. PAGE. VOL.

PAGE.
Land, what.....

ii, 15 i,

430
left by the sea or a river

ii, 415 i,

682
history of the right to alien..

ii, 465 i,

711
iii,

5
re-entry on ...

ii,

4
always inclosed in the eye of the law.....

iii, 282 ii,

217
possession of, sufficient to maintain trespass against a
stranger

iii, 282 ii,

217
registration of writs of execution, to affect

iii, n. (x) 374 ii,

271
Land tax..

i, 368, 372 i, 238, 240
how raised ...

i, 372 i,

240
Landlord,
may be made defendant in ejectment.....

278 ii,

214
summary remedy by, when rent is in arrear

iii,
6 ii,

5
Lapse of devise and bequests ...

ii, 567, 657

i,

784, 848
of right to present to a church.

ii, 450

703
Larceny,
different sorts of.....

iv,
278 ii,

512
simple

iv, 278 et seq. ii,

512
there inust be a taking

iv, 279 ii,

513
by servants and clerks.

iv, 279, 296 ii, 513, 525
by agents, bankers, &c....

iv, 280, 306 ii, 513, 531
from manufacturers

iv, n.(p) 193 ii,
by public officers in general

iv, 119 ii,

405
by the police...

iv, 119 ii,

405
by servants, &c., in post-office...

iv, 286, 287 ii,
by lodgers.

iv, 285 ii,

519
taking must be against owner's will.

iv, 279 ii,

513
when trespass constitutes ..

iv, 282 ii,

514
there must be a carrying away.

iv, 280 ii,

513
and a felonious intention

281 ii,

514
and a stealing of personal goods

iv, 283 et seq. ii,

515
lead, &c., fixed ....

iv,
284 ii,

516
underwood, turnips, fruit, &c.

iv, 284, 285 ii, 516,519
trees, roots, shrubs, &c. ....

iv, 284, 285 ii, 516, 519
ore from mines

iv, 285 ii,

519
writings relating to real estate.

iv, 285 ii,

519
bonds, bills, choses in action, &c.

286 ii,

520
letters ...

iv, 286, 287 ii,

520
animals

iv,
288 ii,

521
deer, conies, &c. .

iv, 288 ii,

521
dogs

iv, 289 ii,

521
fish...

iv, 289, 290 ii, 521, 522
oysters..

iv,
289, 290

ii, 521, 522
iv, n. (9) 292

ii,

523
domestic animals

iv, 288, 292

ii, 521, 523
where owner is not known

iv,
293
ii,

523
punishment of.....

iv, 294–296 ii, 524-525
offence, when aggravated by circumstances, &c. .... iv, 295, 296 ii,

525
compound....

iv, 297-301 ii, 526-528
from the house.

iv,
297 ii,

526
stealing in a dwelling-house.

iv,
297 ii,

526
and putting in fear .....

iv, 297 ii,

526
stealing from vessel in port

iv, 298 ii,

526
wreck

iv,
298 ii,

526
from the person

iv, 293 ii,

526
by privately stealing..

iv, 298 ii,

526
by robbery ..

iv, 299 ii,

527

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ENGLISH EDITION. AMERICAN EDITION.
Larceny - Continued.

VOL. PAGE. VOL.

PAGE.
aggravated robbery...

299 ii,

527
obtaining and demanding property by threats. iv, 300 ii,

527
assaults with intent to rob......

301 ii,

628
punishments of

iv, n. (m) 300, nn. (n) (6) 301 ii, 527,528
Lateral support, right of

ii,

i,

450
Lathes, in counties...

i, 138 i,

99
Law,
its signification.

i, 30 i,

21
is a science....

i, 24 i,

17
canon..

i, 11, 13, 78 i, 7,9,57
i, 79 i,

57
civil and canon, authority of.

i, 11, 13,78 i, 7,9,57
common

i, 54 i,

40
courts of, profits of

i, 355 i,

230
divine or revealed

i, 34 i,

23
knowledge of, essential to whom..

i, 2-9 i,

1-6
interpretation of....

i, 91 i,

65
martial

i, 499 i,

323
merchant

i,

74, 327 i, 54, 214
moral obligation of.

i, n. (6) 32, 35, 52 i, 22, 24, 38
municipal ....

i, 37 i,

25
of God...

i, 32 i,

22
of nations.

i, 35, n. (e) 36 i, 24, 25
of nature

i, 31-33 i, 21-23
of parliament

i, 194 i,

134
parts of a law.

i, 48-51 i, 36-38
promulgation of..

i,
34
i,

23
statute....

i, 88 i,

62
study of, recommended

i, 2-9 i,

1-6
hints for study of.....

i, 22 i,

16
municipal, how defined

1 ii,

1
history of...

iv, 498 et seq. ii,

652
divine, offences against...

iv, 50 et seq.

ii,

364
Law and equity,
remarks as to the distinction between

iii, 36 ii,

38
relief afforded by

iii, 66 ii,

68
Law of nations,
offences against, considered

iv, 74 et seq. ii,

378
violation of safe conduct

iv, 76 ii,

379
offences against ambassadors

iv, 77 ii,

379
piracy

iv, 77 ii,

379
Laws,
method of making

i, 210 i,

143
of Alfred

i, 56 i,

41
of Edward the Confessor

i, 56 i,

41
of parliament.......

i, 191-193

132–133
of property necessarily arbitrary..

ii, 11

428
unwritten

i, 54-77 i, 40-56
three kinds of

i, 54 i,

40
written

i, 88 i,

62
Lawyers, animosity between clergy and...

i, 17 i,

11
attempts to exclude, from parliament

i, n. (c) 209 i,

143
Lay corporations

i, 570,571

389
investiture of bishops.

i, 457 i,

299
Lazarets, escaping from..

iv,
195 ii,

460
Lead, stealing of

516

iv,
284
ii,

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Lease....

ii, 50, 506

See Estate.
who may make....

ii, 507
concurrent leases ..

ii, 510
renewal of ecclesiastical lease

ii, 508
college leases..

ii, 512
corn rents.....

ii, 512
must be perfected by lessee's entry

ii,

281
liabilities of assignee .

ii, 281
distinction between assignments and underleases ii, 341, 506
by tenant in tail if unauthorised, voidable, not void.. ii, 507
void from not being by deed, may operate as an agree.
ment

ii, 507
Leet, nature of this court..

iv, 358
Legacies...

ii, 656
See“ Will,"

" " Executors and Administrators."
Legacy,
duty ....

i, 387
suit for, in county court.

iii, 450, 461
Legal
disabilities of marriage

i, 526
memory...

ii, 189, 423
time of

i, 57
Legantine constitutions ....

i, 83
Legislative power

i, 45,47,173
Legislature, how far controllable

i, 191
in the colonies

i, 125, 127
Legitimacy, English and Scotch laws respecting

ii, 399
Legitimate children, who are

i, 549
Letter
missive for electing a bishop

i,

458
sending a threatening...

iv, 166, 167
stealing of ..

iv, 286, 287
from

iv, 287
receiving stolen..

iv, n. (y) 309
Letters
of marque..

i, 307, 308
patent..

ii, 554
for inventions

ii, 582
to create a peerage

i, 483
Levant and couchant.

ii, 24,78
Levitical degrees.

i, 528
Levying
money without consent of parliament

i, 167
war against the king...

iv,

89, 90
Lex talionis...

iv,

8
Libel,
how constituted

133
remedy for.....

iii,

133
communication, when privileged..

iii, 134
defendant may prove apology in mitigation of damages, iii, 135
what kind of, indictable, and why.

173
threatening to publish a

174
Mr. Fox's act as to
on king or government

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112
112
114
115
445
446

iv, 101, 179
on judges, &c .....

iv, 161
in newspapers, proof of

iv, 177

446
395,449

436
448

iv,
iv,

175

iv,

2,149

iv,

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VOL. PAGE. VOL. PAGE.
in newspapers, punishment of......

iv, 178, 179 ii, 448,449
truth, whether material...

174 ii,

446
malice, whether essential

iv, 176 ii,

447
what publication sufficient

iv,
177

448
modes of prosecution

iv,
177 ii,

448
mode of trial...

iv, 175, 176 ii, 446,447
its injurious tendency.

iv, 179 ii,

449
Liberties, charters of our.

i, 152, 153 i,

107
Liberty
civil....

i,

i,

1, 105
natural

i, 149 i,

105
personal

i, 158, 159

i,

111
political

i,
2, 149

i,

1,105
of the press.

iv,
179 ii,

449
personal, injuries to and crimes against.

249 ii,

513
Licence,
marriage..

i, 531 i,

351
of mortmain

ii, 439 i,

697
of alienation

ii, 136, 434 i, 505, 694 :
to kill game.

ii, 600 i,

811
from the pope..

iv, 114 ii,

403
Licences, by whom taken out..

i, 388 i,

251
Licensed curate....

i, 476 i,

309
Licensing of books

iv, 179 ii,

449
Lieutenant, Lord..

i, 494, 496 i, 320, 321
Life,
crimes against.....

iv, 210 ii,

470
distinction between natural and civil..

ii, 233 i,

559
presumption of death........

ii, 342 i,

639
compelling production of cestui que vie.

ii, 341 i,

638
inherent right to

i, 154 i,

108
insurance,

iii, 221 ii,

178
Ligan, what it is

i, 363 i,

235
Ligeance..

i, 441 i,

284
Light, prescriptive right to....

40 i,

448
Light-houses, erected by royal prerogative.

i, 317 i,

207
Limbs, injury to

i, 154 i,

108
Limitation. See Estate.
Limitations, Statutes of

ii,

427 et seq. i,
adverse possession by tenant in common

ii, 433 i,

694
right to arrears of rent, interest, legacies, actions of
covenant, &c..

ii, 435 i,

695
acknowledgment of debt..

ii, 436 i,

695
plea of....

iii, 347 ii,

256
of time as regards indictment

iv, 402, 403 ii, 590, 591
Lineal descent of the crown

i, 227 i,

155
Linen, stealing in place of manufacture

iv, 297

ii,

526
Lis pendens binds lands when registered.

ii, 372 i,

657
Littleton....

i,
62, 64

i,
Liturgy, reviling of..

iv, 69 ii,

374
Livery of seisin.

ii, 499 i,

740
ii,
150
i,

513
Loan, compulsory...

i, 167 i,

119
Loan and insurance, contracts of...

iii, 204

ii,

166
Locality of trial

iv, 404, 405 ii,

592
See Venue.
Locks on rivers, destroying..

440

iv,

ii,

ii,

690

45, 46

of ward....

166

617

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Lodgers, larceny by......

iv,
285
ii,

519
Logic, its effects upon law and theology...

i, 22 i,

16
London,
customs of....

i,
67,68

i, 49,50
custom of, on intestacy, abolished..

ii, 650 i,

843
chamberlain of, may take bonds and recognizances by
succession

ii,

i,

820
courts of....

iii, n. (d) 472 ii,

327
Lord high constable. See Constable."
Lollardy, its derivation......

iv, n. (1) 56 ii,

367
Lord's Day Act, its operation.

iv, 72 ii,

377
Lords, house of....

i, 183, 201 i, 128, 138
its peculiar laws..

i, 201 i,

138
proceedings in

i, 214 i,

146
Lords spiritual

i, 184 i,

128
a constituent part of parliament

i, 182 i,

127
temporal....

i, 182, 186–188 i, 127, 129-130
Luggage, liability of carrier for loss of....

iii, 240 ii,

189
Limacy, jurisdiction of chancery in regard to

iii,
82 et seq. i,

81
Lunatic,
conveyance by......

ii, 468,471, 556 i, 713, 715, 773
plea of non-competency

ii,

i,

714
will of......

ii, 560 i,

775
when chargeable for crime...

iv, 19-23, 222 ii, 341-345, 477
Lunatics. SeeIdiots."
marriage of, not valid...

i,
527
i,

349

469

iv,

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MACHINERY, destroying or injuring...

192
Mackerel may be sold on Sunday

iv, n. (y) 72
Magistrates
distinguished from the people.

i, 173
subordinate rights and duties of

i, 403
supreme ....

i, 173
oppression by

iv, 161

See Sheriff,Coroner,” &c.
Magna Carta

i,

152
its provisions...

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ii
ii,
ii,
ii,

iii,

iv, 516
Mail, stealing from.

iv,

287
Mainprize, writ of...

137
Mainour, thief taken with the.

iv, 393
Maintenance
of bastards...

i, 563
of children..

i, 550-552
of parents

i, 558
of suits by masters

i, 516
of wife, when ordered.

iii, 409
offence of ...

149
Mala in se

i, 49, 52
Mala prohibita .

i, 52
Mal-administration of public officials...

iv, 118
Male line preferred to female in descent of the crown.. i, 227
Malfeasance, what it is ..

iv, n. (m) 44
Malice, in homicide, express.

iv, 231
implied.

iv, 232
prepense...

iv, 231
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iv,

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i,
i,
ii,
ii,
i,
i,
ii,
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ii,
ii,
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384
371-374

381
339
291

424
37,38

38
405
155
360
483
484
483

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