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BY THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
THE FIFTH EDITION, CORRECTED,
TO WHICH IS ADDED,
OF THE INNER TEMPLE.
THE FIRST AMERICAN, FROM THE FIFTH LONDON EDITION.
WITH THE ADDITION OF
THE PRINCIPAL AMERICAN DECISIONS.
BY THOMAS DAY, Esq.
SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW-YORK, 88. BE IT REMEMBERED, that on the 21st day of June, A. D. 1824, in the 48th year of the Independence of the United States of America, Collins & Hannar of the said District, have deposited in this office the title of a Book, the right whereof they claim as Proprietors, in the words following, to wit:
A Digest of the Laws of England. By the right honourable Sir John Comyns, Knight, late Lord Chief Baron of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer. The fifth edition, corrected, (with considerable additions to the text) and continued from the original edition to the present time ; to which is added, a Digest of the cases at Nisi Prius, By Anthony Hammond, Esq. Of the Inner Temple. The first American from the fifth London Edition. With the addition of the principal American decisions. By Thomas Day, Esq.
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LAWS OF ENGLAND.
[The figures in this work refer to the original pages us numbered at the bottom.]
ESTATES, BY GRANT.(a) (A) ESTATE IN FEE SIMPLE.
(A 1.) Of what things a man may have it. p. 4.
tional. p. 10. (A 7.) What would be a performance of the condition.
(A 8.) The effect of the condition performed. p. 12. (B) ESTATE TAIL.
(B 1.) The commencement of it. p. 12.
(B 4.) Tail general, what shall be. p. 18.
(a) la contradistinction to estates by Devise.
(B 9.) Must convey his descent wholly through males,
&c. p. 23. [*](B 10.) A reversion; what shall be.
23. (B 11.) Of what account. p. 24. (B 12.) By what words it passes. p.
24. (B 13.) A remainder; what shall be a good one. p. 25. (B 14.) What not; if it be not supported by a particu
lar estate. p. 28. (B 15.) Or the particular estate be destroyed before
the remainder be vested. p. 29. (B 16.) What remainder shall be contingent. p. 31. (B 17.) What shall be vested. p. 35. (B 18.) When an estate shall be executed, and not re
main. p. 36. (B 19.) A remainder; by what words created. p. 38. (B 20.) When it shall take effect.
38. (B 21.) A gift in tail, with a fee expectant. p. 38. (B 22.) Alienation by tenant in tail ; what does not bar
the issue. p. 39. (B 23.) What shall be void. p. 39. (B 24.) What only voidable. p. 39. . (B 25.) What bars the issue : A fine with proclamations.
(B 26.) A real recovery, &c. p. 43.
barred by it. p. 43.
(B 32.) A demise pursuant to the st. 32 H. 8. p. 47.
to himself. (C) AN ESTATE TAIL AFTER POSSIBILITY OF ISSUE EXTINCT. (C 1.) What shall be. p.
52. (C 2.) In what respects tenant in tail after possibility,
&c. is regarded only as tenant for life. p. 54. (C 3.) What privileges he claims above a tenant for
life. p. 54.