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LILLY, WAIT, AND COMPANY.
PHILADELPHIA: NICKLIN AND JOHNSON.
CONTENTS OF NO. XXI.
I. PRINCIPAL AND Surety. Theobald. Law of
TENNESSEE . . . . . . . 5
A Letter to the Editors of the American Jurist, con-
taining Observations on Theobald's Treatise on the
Law of Principal and Surety, with reference to the
Laws of Tennessee on that subject.
II. Points of ADMIRALTY Practice . . .
III. INSURANCE. DAMAGE TO Sails and Rigging. Ad-
DITION OF DISTINCT LOSSES .
ON THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN CONDITIONS ANI
LIMITATIONS IN Deeds AND DEVISES
V. THE AMERICAN JURIST AND LAW MAGAZINE,
XIX.-FOR JULY, 1833 .
. . : 62
VI. New AssIGNMENT. Case Doubted
VII. Ohio LEGISLATION . .
The Statutes of Ohio, and of the North Western Ter-
ritory, adopted or enacted from 1788 to 1833, in-
clusive; together with the Ordinance of 1787; the
Constitutions of Ohio, and of the United States; and
various public instruments and acts of Congress;
illustrated by a preliminary sketch of the History of
Ohio, numerous references and notes, and copious
indexes. Vol. I. Edited by Salmon P. Chase.
VIII. LEx Loci . . . . . . . . 101
Can the assignee of a Scotch bond maintain an action
in his own name in the courts of this country?
DIGEST OF RECENT Decisions . . .
Principal cases in 6 Wendell's and 3 and 4 Gill &