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" A Complete Index to Wentworth's System of Pleading. Compiled with a view to lessen the labours of the Profession in referring to those valuable Precedents.
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WHILE the correctness of the Precedents in pleading contained in WENTWORTH's collection, have been universally admitted by the profession, the work has been considered nearly useless from the total want of all method and form in the arrangement of the different heads and subjects of the work. The precedents in each form of action, were promiscuously scattered through the whole ten volumes ; and the indexes which Mr. WENTWORTH had furnished, had the sole merit of increasing the bulk and price of the work. Any thing in the shape of special pleading from such men as GARROW, LAWES, Wood, Tydd and BARROW, must command attention from legal men, but they could hardly be expected to carry their respect for these great masters of their art so far as to attempt to extract their wisdom from the chaotic volumes in question. To obviate the difficulty experienced in referring to these valuable precedents, at the
suggestion of the publisher, the task of compiling this index was • undertaken.
In the work itself the marginal notes serving as references to the precedents occupy in the several indexes, at least, a thousand pages. In this index they have been brought into the compass of less than three hundred pages, and it is believed, too little brevity, no where adopted.
New-YORK, APRIL 10th, 1822,
tion in K. B. I. 1.
I. 29. the like sued as a common person (on a bail
bond) I. 32. the like in C. B. to an action in K. B. I. 38, 48. the like sued in his own court as a common per
son. I. 40. attorney declared against as in custody of the
marshall, I. 46. attorney in C. B. impleaded by original. I. 53,
crued. I. 55.
of the defendant. I. 51.
a similar at the suit of, the same. I. 13.
ABATEMENT, (continued.) pleas in,
a similar plea as to part and bar to the residue.
I. 17. of joint promissors (partners in trade) I. 27,
28. 44. the like as to part and nonassumpsit to residue.
fregit). I. 52.
of a joint obligor. I. 57. VII. 398. I. 65. Misnomer, of the defendant both in christian and surname. I. 1.
of christian name in the county
court. I. 2. of the christian name of wife in action brought
against husband and wife. I. 9. of the christian name of one of the defendants.
1. 16. 26.
37. 50. 61.
affidavit of truth thereof. I. 61.
on several titles to several and distinct offices,
1. 71. promise on which the action was founded made
jointly with another and not by defendant
alone. I. 17. Jurisdiction of the great sessions in Wales to tres
pass in B. R. I. 49. 68, :