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WOODFALL'S ^^iJ



LAW OF



Landlord and Tenant.



^jje Etjirtenitlj IStiition.



J. M. LELY, Esq.,

OF THE INNER TEMPLE, BAUKISTER-AT-LAW ; EDITOR OP
" HODGES ON RAILWAYS," ETC.



FIRST AMERICAN, FROM THE THIRTEENTH ENGLISH, EDITION



WILLIAM WEBSTER.



Volume I.



NEW YORK AND ALBANY:
BANKS & BROTHERS, LAW PUBLISHERS.
1890. /



r

V, \



COPTRIGHT, 1890,

By BAXKS & BEOTHERS.






PREFACE TO AMERICAN EDITION.



Woodfall's "Landlord and Tenant" was first pub-
lished in 1802, remodelled in 1830, and the thirteenth
English edition was issued in January, 1886. The
high standing of this treatise in England and America
makes any lengthy commendation on the part of the
American editor unnecessary.

The thorough, practical, and scientific character of
the treatise, with the historical sketch it contains, gives
it great value to any one desiring an accurate knowl-
edge of this branch of the law. With the exception
of statutory matter, easily distinguishable, the greater
part of the principles laid down are law to-day in
America. Statutes more or less diverse and other
localisms exist in all the states, separating one from
another almost as much as from England. It is the
province of the American editor, so far as he may,
to point them out and to explain, sustain, or qualify
the doctrines of the text by the American decisions.
This will relieve the practitioner, in part, from the
labor of examining the local decisions. He has also
added some topics in his notes which have never been
adequately treated before ; as well as given a full
discussion of all the more important points in land-
lord and tenant law, with a view to making the trea-
tise of the utmost value to the American bar.

W. W.

Boston', December, 1889.



TABLE OF CONTENTS.



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FA6E


Table of Cases cited ix


List of Abbreviations ....


1


COLLECtlON OF LEADIXG PROPOSITIONS . . . liii


CHAPTER

I. — By whom Terms may be granted 1


II. — To whom Terms may be granted










68


III. — Of what Terms may be granted










79


IV. — Agreement for Lease










85


V. — The Lease : ....










124


Definition of Lease .










124


What Leases must be by Deed










127


Form of Lease










130


Construction ....










132


Premises demised .










138


Term granted ....










144


Reddendum ....










158


Express Covenants .










159


Implied Covenants .










172


Exceptions and Reservations .










177


Provisoes and Conditions










180


Indorsements, Schedules, &c. .










183


Stamp










184


Execution ....










188


Registry










191


Costs of Lease and Counterpart










195


Solicitors' Charges .










196


Entry of Lessee










197


" Void " or " Voidable " .










197


Leases under Powers










199


Leases in Reversion










210


Concurrent Leases .










211



VI



TABLE OF CONTENTS.



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PAGE

Estoppel .......... 213

Bond for Performance of Covenants .... 216

Rectification of Erroneous Lease . . . . .217

Cancellation of Lease for Fraud, Misrepresentation or
Concealment . . 218



VI. — Tenancies for less Term than Years and Quasi
Tenancies :
Generally

From Year to Year
For less than a Year
At will ....
On Sufferance .
Mortgagor and Mortgagee
Master and Servant
Vendor and Vendee

VIL — Substitution of Parties to the Contract of Ten
ANCY BY Assignments, &c. :
Assignments generally .
Contract for Assignment
Assignment of Reversion
Severance of Reversion .
Assignment of Term
Severance of Term .
Sub-lease ....
Attornment ....
Executions ....
Bankruptcy ....
Marriage ....
Death

VIII. — Termination of the Tenancy
Modes of Termination .
When Term is limited conditionally
Surrender

Merger ....
Forfeiture

Relief against Forfeiture
Notice to Quit

Under Agricultural Holdings Act
Notice to determine a Lease pursuant to a Power therein
Disclaimer
Death ....

IX. — Rknkwai, of Leases, and of the Exercise of an
Oi'TioN to Plrciiase



219
219
219
224
226
230
232
236
237



239
240
252
255
257
264
264
266
270
274
285
286



295
296
296
308
310
326
332
335
3.57
360
363

304



TABLE OF CONTENTS.



Vll



X.—



XI.-
XIL-

XITI,
XIV.

xx

XVI,



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Rent :

Different kiiid.s of Rent .
Reservations of Rent
Penalty or Liquidated Damages
AVhen Rent is due ....
Payment of Rent ....
Apportionment of Rent .
Continuance of Lessee's Liability .
Stipulation of Abatement in case of Fire

Distress for Rent ....



, &c.



SERVATIOX OF



-Remedies of Wrongful Distresses

Replevin

Action for Damages

— Action for Rent ....

— Use and Occupation

— R.\tes, Taxes and Assessments .

— Obligations with respect to the Pre

THE Property, &c. :

Express Contract to repair, &c.
Implied Contract to repair, &c.
Remedies for Breach of Contract
Obligations to cultivate, &c. .

Waste

Fences and Party AValls

Trees and Timber

Fixtures .....

Survey and Valuation of Dilapidations, Fixtures, &c

XVII. — Ordinary particular Covenants:

Insurance against Fire

Not to assign or sublet without Licence
For Residence on the Premises ....
For or against Particular Trades ....
Dealing with Particular Persons ....
Re-delivery of Fixtures, Goods, Part of the Land, &c,
For Quiet P^ii joyment

XVIII. — Rights of Common, Sporting, &c. . . .

XIX. — Rights and Liabilities as between Landlord or
Tenant and Third Parties

XX. — Rights and Liabilities on Cesser of the Te.n.\ncy :
. Tenant's Duty, &c., at end of Tenancy
Consequences of holding over



375

379
300
394
39G
39G
407
410

411



499
521

528

535

554



587
596
599
603
605
613
616
620
647



651
656
663
663
672
673
674

684
732

740
743



Vlll



TABLE OF COKTENTS.
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Double Value ....

Double Reut ....

Emblements

Outgoing" and Incoming Tenants .
Partial Occupation

Table of Customs .
Compensation for Improvements .

XXI. — The Agricultural Holdings Act.



1883



XXII. — Recovery of the Premises by the Landlord
By Proceeding in the High Court
Under Order XIV. ......

By Proceeding in the County Court

By Proceeding before Justices of the Peace

XXIII. — Criminal Law:

Letting infected House or Lodgings
Letting House as Brothel
Larcenj'^ by Tenants or Lodgers .
Injuries to Buildings by Tenant .
Forcible Entry and Detainer



PAGE

74")
748
749
752
754
754
765

76!»

786
794
810
829

841
841
842
843
843



INDEX



848



TABLE OF AMERICAN CASES.



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PAGE

Abbot v. Hermon, 25, 29

V. K. C. & St. J. R. R., 1081

Abbott V. Allen, 270

V. Johnstown &c. R. R. Co., 28

V. Winchester, 71

Abeel v. Radcliff, 146, 147, 8:^0

Abercrombie v. Redpatb 404

Acker v. Wltherell, 388

Adams v. Goddard, 498, 952

V. La Comb, 683

r. Lee, 951

V. McKesson, 204, 205

V. Pease, 1082, 1083

V. Townsend, 164

Addleman v. Way, 935

Aiken v. Smith, 204

Ala. Gold Life Ins. Co. v. Oliver,

223, 404, 406, 621
Albany Inst, for Savings v. Bur-
dick, 346, 347
Alexander v. Dorscv, 475
I'.Tolleston Club, 113,130, 251, 476
Allen V. Bartlett, 351, 354, 358
V. Culver, 265, 266, 274, 900
V. Kellam, 86
V. Kennedy, 955
V. Moony," 955, 957
V. Pell, 274, 824
V. Thayer, 831
Allenspach v. Wagner, 266
Almon V. Woodill, 231
Alston ('. Alston, 531
Alvord Carriage Co. ik Gleason, 958
Alwood V. Ruckman, 204, 205, 206
Ammidown v. Ball, 233
Amory v. Kannofsky, 481
V. Lawrence, 440
Anderson's Appeal, 710
Anderson i). Midland R. R. Co., 353
V. Prindle, 353, 474, 541
Andis V. Personett, 297
Ansley v. Peters, 387
Anthony v. Lapham, 1084
Antoni v. Belknaj), 957
Appeal of Stoughton, 68
Appeal of Winton, 265, 270
Applegate v. Crawford, 683
Arguello v. Kdinger, 157, 166
Armstrong v. Wheeler, 388, 415, 817



Ashbury Ry. Carriage & Iron Co.

r. Riche, 122

Ashford v. Hack, 415, 816

Ashley v. Warner, 474, 476

V. Wolcott, 1080

Ashmun v. Williams, 957

Ashton V. Pryne, 160

Astor V. Lent, 82, 418

V. Miller, 87, 423, 425

Atkins V. Boardman, 291

V. Sleeper, 246, 555

Atkinson v. Lester, 1197

Atkinson's Heirs v. Lindsey, 459

Auer V. Penn, 481

Austin V. Hudson Riv. R. R., 1126

r. Rutland R. R., 1083

V. Sawyer, 230, 290, 935

V. Stevens, 5, 578

Avery v. Brown, 823

V. Pixley, 631

V. Stewart, 247

Ayer v. Bartlett, 935

Ayres v. Depras, 709

V. O'Farrell, 822

Babcock v. Scoville, 87, 388, 410, 415,

423, 425

Babington v. O'Connor, 262, 415

Bacon v. Bowdoin, 154

Bagley v. Fletcher, 61

Bailey v. Fillebrown, 290

V. Richardson, 495

V. Wright, 709

Bain v. Clark, 711

Baird v. Brown, 229, 290

Baker v. Adams, 593

V. Hays, 1197

V. Jordan, 290

V. Kennett, 61

V. McDowell, 289

Bald V. Hagar, 957

Baldwin v. Walker, 954

Ball V. First Nat. Bank, 459, 462

Ballard v. Walker, 149

Bancroft v. Wardwell, 383

Bangor v. Lansil, 1081

Bank of Augusta v. Earle, 123

Bank of Columbia v. Patterson's

Admr., 25, 26, 28



TABLE or AMERICAN CASES.



PAGE

Bank of Penn. v. "Wise, 404, 4o5

Bank of U. S. )•. Dandridge, 25, 20

Baptist Churcii v. Mulford, 25

Barber r. Hose, 825

Barker v. Hayes, 1197

r. Mceli. Ins. Co., 28

Barkley r. Wilcox, 1081

Barlow v. Wainwriglit, 353
Barnes v. Boston & Maine R.R.,

165, 166

Barnes v. Dean, 1132

Barnev v. Keith, 281

r.' Keokuk, 1082

Barstow v. Gray, 149

Bartels v. Creditors, 495

Bartlett r. Cowles, 72

V. Earrington, 631, 632, 821

V. Wood, 955, 959

Barton v. Smith, 383

Basconi r. Denipsey, 1118

Bass Foundry r. Gallentine, 959

Batciielder r. Batchelder. 474

Bates V. Boston &N.Y. Cent. R.R.

Co., 24

Batterman ;-. I'ieree, 825

Bay State Bank v. Kiley, 543

Beiich V. Crain, 901

Beard r. Murpliv, 1081

Be.lford v. Terliune, 414, 426

Bedinger v. Wharton, 61

Beear v. Flues, 211

Beecher i\ Crouse, 64, C>A

Beeler I'. Canhvell, 1197

Belknaj) v. Hastings, 709

Bellas V. Hays, 272

Benian i\ Kufford, 122

Benedict v. Benedict, 956

V. Lynch, 149, 164

Benner's Lessee r. Platter, 1082

Bennet v. Bittle, 6.32, 822

Bennock v. Whipple, 359, 475, 500,

1195

Benson v. Anderson, 719

V. Bolles, 401

V. .Chicago & Alton R.R., 1080

r. GottJKinier, 048

Berpongren v. Aldrich, 51, 161

Berkeley r. Smith, 1074

Berks. &r.. Hoad ,-. Myers, 26, 123

Benial r. Ilavious, 205

Bcrrie r. Woo.ls, 264, 266, 268

Berrv '•. Carle, 1083

I'. M'.Mullen, 262,265

Bettison r. Hudd, 837

Bevan v. Crooks, 691

Beyer r. Fenstennacher, 701)

Bickfonl r. Page, 270

Bigelow /'. Collamore, 81(i

r. Kiiini'V, 61

V, W'il.son, 246, 247



Billings V. Canney,
Binns v. Hudson,
Birch V. Linton,
Birmingham r. Rogers,
Bishop V. Doty,



PAGE

155, 245

694, 710

60, 61

205, 648
204



Black r. Del. & Rar. Canal Co.,

28, 122

V. Ligon, 52

V. The State, 1197

Blair v. Claxton, 821

Blake v. Coats, 205, 1126

V. Sanderson, 388, 410

Blanchard c. Ames, 130, 501

V. Baker, 1084

Blanche r. Bradford, 683

Blancke v. Rogers, 954

Blethen v. Towle, 957, 958

Blish V. Harlow, 549

Bliss V. Whitney, 955

Blood V. Spaulding, 917, 918

Blumenberg r. Myres, 414, 426

Blumenthal cBloomingdale, 212,224,

351
Board &c. i: Lafayette &c. R. R.

Co., 122

Boehm v Rich, 481

Boggs V. Black, 567

Bold r. O'Brien, 284

Bolton V. Tomlin, 211

Bomier v. Caldwell, 166

Bond V. Ward, 647

Bonnecaze i'. Beer, 912

Bonney v. Foss, 359

Boody V. McKenney, 61

Bool r. Mix, 59, 61, 62

Bordman i\ Osborn, 619

Boreel v. Lawton, 821, 822

Borst I'. Emjiie, 291

Bosler v. Kuhn, 446

Boston V. Binney, 831

Boston Bank v. Chamberlin, 60

Boston & Wore. R. R. Co. v. Rip-
ley, 631, 822
Bostwick V. Atkins, 60

V. Frankfield, 476, 495, 591

Botts V. Armstrong, 1196

Boucher v. Van Buskirk, 149

Boudette v. Pierce, 345

Boulton V. Blake, 410, 415, 629

Bowditcii v. Cliickering, 224

Bowe V. 11 unking, 282, 283, 913

Bowker v. Bradford, 71

Howlsby );. Speer, 1081

Bowser v. Scott, 658

Boyce v. Bakewell, 262,265, 388, 418

r. Brown, 1070

Boyd V. MeCombs, 593, (il9

Boynton v. Morgan, 632

Braddee v. Wiley, 404, 435

Bradish v. Sclienck, 203, 204



TABLE OF ATkrERICAN CASES.



XI





PAGE


Bradley v. Covel,


630


V. Goicouria,


481, (531


V. Piggot,


050


V. Rici',


10H3


Brady v. Peiper,


274


Brakely v. Sliarp,


1090


Branger v. Manciet,


283, 284


Braxon v. Bressler,


1083


Brazier v. Ansley,


203


Breed v. Pratt,


77


Brelier v. Reese,


224


Brennan v. Jack,


830


Brewer v. Dyer,


387


V. Harris,


531


Brewing v. Berrymaii,


86, 211, 218,




235, 351


Brewster v. Miller,


283


Brick V. Mitldletun,


1190, 1275


Brick's Estate,


08


Bridger v. Pierson,


291


Bridgcrs v. Dill,


593, 048


Bridgham v. Tileston,


387


Briggs V. Hall,


()30


V. Large,


691, 719, 730


V. Oaks,


297


Brigham v. Hawley,


■ 822


V. Smith,


1072


v. Wheeler,


65


Brinley v. Mann,


24


Brinton v. Datas,


434


Brisban v. Boyd,


170


Brisben v. Wilson,


719, 730


Brook line v. Mackintosh, 1086


Brooks V. Wheelock,


144, 152


Brown v. Alfriend,


822


V. Duncan,


709


V. Fay,


694


V. Jaquette,


205


V. Keller,


500


V. Maine Bank,


247


V. Newbold,


917


I'. Sims,


691


V. Thnrston,


290, 1145, 1146


Brownell v. Welch,


542


Brudenell v. Vaux,


531


Bryant v. Tucker,


475, 500, 1195


Buck V. Dowley,


164


Buckley v. Russell,


154, 660


Bucknam ;.'. Bucknam


19


Buckner v. Jewell,


445, 446


Buckwalter v. Klehi,


459, 462, 591


Buffalow I?. Buffalow,


77


Bukup V. Valentine,


711


Bulkley v. Dolbeare,


1118


Bullock I'. Wilson,


1082


Bulmer v. Brumwell,


U6, 347


Bunton v. Richardson,


373


Burba nk ;;. Dyer,


354


Burchard v. Rees,


709


Burden v. Thayer,


388, 404



FAOS

Burdick v. Clieadle, 1128

Burnell's Estate, 459

Burns v. Bryan, 82

V. Cooper, 205, 404

V. Cox, 459

Burnsidc r. Twitchell, 956

Burrill c. Naliant Bank, 26, 27, 28

Burroughs r. Clancey, 823

V. Saterlee, 1094

Burt I'. State, 1275

Bush V. Coles, 289

Bussman v. Ganster, 1003

Butler r. Church, Kiti

V. Kidder, 481

V. Page, 955

V. Peck, 1081

Butterfield v. Baker, 290

Butts V. Andrews, 178

?!. Voorhees, 1274

Byrne v. Van Iloesen, 04, 67

Cadw^alader v. Tindall, 707

V. West, 77

Ciesar v. Karutz, 283, 823, 914

Cage V. Pliillips, 823

Cairo &c. R. R. Co. r. Wiggins

Ferry Co., 358, 373

Caldcleugh v. HoUings worth, 730

Caldwell v. Julian, 1133

Calvert v. Bradley, 87, 424

Camden & At. R. R. Co. v. May's

Landing, 122

Cameron v. Todd, 424, 817

Campan v. Sliaw, 68

Campbell v. Arnold, 1118

V. English, 67

V. Portland Sugar Co., 912, 1122

V. Proctor, 21, 22, 475, 500

Can. Perm. Loan & Sav. Soc, 87

Canal Bridge v. Gordon, 25

Canal Comm'rs v. People, 1061, 1082,

1083
Capen ?'. Peckham, 954

Cappes V. Sibley, 220

Carey v. Richards, 353, 354

Carhart v. Auburn -Gas Co., 1086

Carl V. Lowell, 1132

Cnrleton &c. R. R. v. Grand South

Ry. Co., 28, 161

Carlilc's Appeal, 461

Carnavan r. Gray, 1132

Carpenter r. Gillespie, 648

i'. United States, 383

Carr v. Georgia R. R., 956

V. Wallace, 1055

Carrig v. Dee, 1074

Carroll v. St. John's Society, 122

Carson v. Blazer, 1082

V. Veitch, 837

Case V. Haight, 289



TABLE OF AMERICAN CASES.



PAGE

Bank of Tenn. r. Wise, 404, -loo

Bank of U. S. v. Dandridge, 25, 26

Baptist Church v. Mulford, 25

Barber v. Rose, 825

Barker v. Hayes, lli^7

r. Mecli. Ins. Co., 28

Barkley v. Wilcox, 1081

Barlow v. Wainwright, 353
Barnes r. Boston & Maine R.R.,

165, 166

Barnes v. Dean, 1132

Barney v. Keith, 281

V. Keokuk, 1082

Barstow ;•. Gray, 149

Barteis v. Creditors, 495

Bartlett v. Cowies, 72

V. Farrington, 631, 632, 821

V. Wood, 955, 959

Barton v. Smith, 383

Basooni ik Denipsey, 1118

Bass Foundry v. Gallentine, 959

Batclielder c. Batclielder 474

Bates V. Boston & N. Y. Cent. R.R.

Co., 24

Batternian v. Pierce, 825

Bay State Bank v. Kiley, 543

Beach v. Crain, 901

Beard v. Murph}-, 1081

Bedford v. Terhune, 414, 426

Bedinger ;•. Wharton, 61

Beear v. Flues, 211

Beeclier v. Crouse, 64, (58

Beeler v. Cardwell, 1197

Belknap v. Hastings, 709

Bellas V. Hays, 272

Benian v. Rufford, 122

Benedict v. Benedict, 956

r. Lyncli, 149, 164

Benner's Lessee r. Platter, 1082

Bennet v. Bittle, 632, 822

Bennock v. Wiiipple, 359, 475, 500,

1195

Benson v. Anderson, 719

V. Bolles, 491

V. .Chicago & Alton R.R., 1080

i: Gottheinier, 048

Bergengren v. Aldrich, 51, 161

Berkeley v. Smith, 1074

Berks. &c. Road c. Myers, 26, 123

Bernal v. Ilavious, 205

Berrie v. AVoo.ls, 264, 266, 268

Berry r. Carle, 1083

r. M'MuIlen, 262, 2C)5

Bettison r. Biidd, 837

Bevan v. Crooks, 691

Beyer r. Fenstcrniachor, 709

Bickford r. Page, 270

Bigelow r. CoUainore, 816

r. KiniK'V, 61

i;. Wilson, 240,247



Billings V. Canney,
Binns v. Hudson,
Birch V. Linton,
Birmingham v. Rogers,
Bishop V. Doty,



PAGE

155, 245

694, 710

60, 01

205, 648

204



Black r. Del. & Rar. Canal Co.,

28, 122

V. Ligon, 52

V. The State, 1197

Blair v. Claxton, 821

Blake v. Coats, 205, 1126

V. Sanderson, 388, 410

Blanchard v. Ames, 130, 591

I'. Baker, 1084

Blanche v. Bradford, 683

Blancke v. Rogers, 954

Blethen v. Towle, 957, 958

Blish V. Harlow, 549

Bliss r. Wiiitney, 955

Blood V. Spaulding, 917, 918

Blumenberg v. JNIyres, 414, 426

Blumenthal r.Bloomingdale, 212,224,

351
Board &c. i: Lafayette &c. R. R.

Co., 122

Boelmi 1! Rich, 481

Boggs V. Black, 567

Bold r. O'Brien, 284

Bolton V. Tomlin, 211

Bomier r. Caldwell, 166

Bond V. Ward, 647

Bonnecaze v. Beer, 912

Bonney r. Foss, 359

Boody i;. McKenney, 61

Bool V. Mix, 59, 61, 62

Bordman v. Osborn, 619

Boreel v. Lawton, 821, 822

Borst V. Kiiii)ie, 291

Bosler v. Kulin, 446

Boston V. Binney, 831

Boston Bank v Chamberlin, 60

Boston & Wore. R. R. Co. v. Rip-
ley, 631, 822
Bostwick V. Atkins, 60

V. Frankficld, 476, 495, 591

Botts r. Armstrong, 1196

Boucher v. Van Buskirk, 149

Boudette ?j. Pierce, .345

Boulton I'. Blake, 410, 415, 629

Bowditch i\ Ciiickering, 224

Bowe V. Hunking, 282, 283, 913

Bowker ;'. Bradford, 71

Bowlsby V. Speer, 1081

Bowser v. Scott, 658

Boyce v. Bakewell, 262,205, 388, 418

1?. Brown, 1070

Boyd V. iMc{;oml)S, 693, 619

Boynton v. Morgan, 032

Braddee v. Wiley, 404, 435

Bradish v. Sclieiick, 203, 204



TABLE OF AMERICAN CASES.



XI





PAGK


Bradley v. Covcl,


530


V. (loicouria,


481, (531


V. PiKgot,


(550


V. liici',


1083


Brady v. I'eiper,


274


Brakely v. Sliarp,


1090


Branger v. Maiiciet,


283, 284


Braxon v. Bresslcr,


1083


Brazier v. Ansley,


203


Breed v. Pratt,


77


Breher v. Keesc,


224


Brennan v. .lack,


830


Brewer v. Dyer,


387


V. Harris,


631


Brewing v. Berryman,


86, 211, 218,




235, 351


Brewster v. Miller,


283


Brick V. Middleton,


119G, 1275


Brick's Estate,


(58


Bridger v. Pierson,


291


Bridgers v. Dill,


593, (548


Bridgham v. Tileston,


387


Briggs i;. Hall,


(530


V. Large,


691, 719, 730


V. Oaks,


207


Brigham v. Hawley,


• 822


V. Smith,


1072


V. Wheeler,


65


Brinley v. Mann,


24


Brinton v. Datas,


434


Brisban v. Boyd,


170


Brisben v. Wilson,


719, 730


Brookline v. Mackintosh, 108(5


Brooks V. Whcelock,


144, 152


Brown v. Alfriend,


822


V. Duncan,


709


V. Fay,


694


. V. Jaquette,


205


V. Keller,


500


V. Maine Bank,


247


V. Newbold,


917


V. Sims,


G91


V. Thurston,


290, 1145, 114(5


Brownell v. Welch,


542


Brudenell v. Vaux,


531


Bryant v. Tucker,


475, 500, 1195


Buck V. Dowley,


1(54


Buckley v. Russell,


154, 660


Bucknam v. Backnam


19


Buckner v. Jewell,


445, 446


Buckwalter v. Klein,


459, 462, 591


Buffalow V. Buffalow,


77


Bnkup V. Valentine,


711


Bulkley v. Dolbeare,


1118


Bullock r. Wilson,


1082


Bulmer v. Bruniwell,


§46, 347


Bun ton v. Richardson,


373


Burbank v. Dyer,


354


Burchard v. Rees,


709


Burden v. Thayer,


388, 404



PAGB

Burdick v. Cheadle, 1128

Burnell's Estate, 45!)

Burns v. Bryan, 82

V. Cooper, 205, 404

V. Cox, 459

Burnside r. Twitchell, 956

Burrill v. Naiiant Bank, 26, 27, 28

Burroughs r. Clancey, 823

V. Saterlee, 1094

Burt V. State, 1275

Bush V. Coles, 289

Bussman r. (ianster, 1003

Butler V. Church, 166

V. Kidder, 481

1-. Page, 955

V. l>eck, 1081

Butterfield r. Baker, 290

Butts r. Andrews, 178

V. Voorhees, 1274

Byrne v. Van Hoesen, 64, 67

Cadwalader v. Tindall, 707

V. West, 77

Cffisar V. Karutz, 283, 823, 914

Cage V. Phillips, 823

Cairo &c. R. R. Co. r. Wiggins

Ferry Co., 358, 373

Caldcleugh v. Hollingsworth, 730

Caldwell V. Julian, 1133

Calvert v. Bradley, 87, 424

Camden & At. R. R. Co. v. May's

Landing,
Cameron v. Todd,
Campan v. Shaw,
Campbell v. Arnold,

V. English,

V. Portland Sugar Co.

V. Proctor, 21, 22, 475, 500

Can. Perm. Loan & Sav. Soc, 87

Canal Bridge v. Gordon, 25

Canal Comm'rs v. People, 1061, 1082,

1083
Capen v. Peckliam, 954

Cappes V. Sibley, 220

Carey v. Richards, 353, 354

Carhart v. Auburn -Gas Co., 1086

Carl V. Lowell, 1132

Carleton &c. R. R. v. Grand South

Ry. Co., 28, 161

Carlile's Appeal, 461

Carnavan v. (iray, 1132

Carpenter r. Gillespie, 648

V. United States, 383

Carr v. (ieorgia R. R., 950

V. Wallace, 1055

Carrig v. Dee, 1074

Carroll v. St. John's Society, 122

Carson v. Blazer, 1082

V. Veitch, 837

Case V. Haight, 289



424,



122

817

68

1118

67

912, 1122



TABLE OF AMERICAN CASES.



PAGE

Casey v. Gregory, 404

V. Hanlon, 186

Caswell V. Districh, 204, 206

Cate V. Schaum, 719, 723, 724

Cates V. Wadlington, 1082

Cathcart v. Walter, 1196

Caverliill >: Orvis, 209, 474, 539

Central Mills v. Hart, 202

Cent. Railroad u. Claghorn, 123

Cent. R. R. Co. v. Valentine, 1070
Chadwick v. Woodward, 823, 919

Chamberlain r. Heard, 648, 649

Champlain & St. L. R. R. v. Val-
entine, 1083
Chandler v. Thurston, 1145



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