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COMMENTARIES 



ON THE LAW OF 



TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES, 



AS ADMINISTERED IN 



ENGLAND AND IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



BY 

CHARLES FISK BEACH, 

COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 



IN TWO TOLUMES. 

VOL. I. 



ST. LOUIS: 

CENTRAL LAW JOURNAL COMPANY. 

1897. 



Copyright 1S97, 

BY 

Central Law Journal Company. 



fit. Louis, Xo.: Printed by Central Law Journal Company. 



TO THE 

MEMOEY OF MY FATHEE, 
Fisk Beach, Esquire, 

LATE OF HUNTER, NEW YORK, 

THIS WORK, 

IN FILIAL REVERENCE AND AFFECTION, 

IS DEDICATED. 



PREFACE. 



In presenting this work to the legal profession the author 
regards it as a fortunate circumstance that no lawyer will 
look for an apology for its appearance. Its raison d' etre 
will be recognized both by the bench and the bar. The older 
English and American treatises, which, for a very consider- 
able period, maintained their position as the authorities on 
this branch of the law, no longer answer the demand. 
The works on this subject which have more recently ap- 
peared, both in England and this country, though of value 
so far as relates to the topics which they discuss, are so 
brief and fragmentary in their character as to be, not alto- 
gether satisfactory to the profession. 

With regard to the plan of this work, and of the method 
of its execution, very little need be said. By common 
consent the subject is one of the most complicated and 
obscure which is presented by modern jurisprudence. The 
subtle and abstruse character of many of the problems 
which it presents, with the conflicting decisions which are 
an inevitable consequence, invests the study of the law of 
trusts with no little difficulty, and awakens a sense of re- 
sponsibility, as well as of embarrassment, in the treatment 
of the subject. 

In the preparation of these volumes it has been the purpose 
of the writer to treat the whole subject of trusts, express 
and implied, public and private. And while, in a degree, 
conscious of the magnitude of the work he has under- 
taken, and not altogether insensible to the audacity which 
it reveals, and of his inadequacy to the task, it is be- 
lieved that no subject of importance has been omitted. 



VI PREFACE. 

The statements of equitable principles and the citations 
by which they are supported, include the most recent phases 
of the subject and the latest cases that, at the time of 
writing, had been reported. To what extent the idea of 
the writer has taken form in the execution of his work the 
profession will decide. 

A feature of these volumes* by which they are dis- 
tinguished from the older works on this subject, consists of 
the numerous expositions of equitable doctrines by the great 
Lord Chancellors of England, and by the most eminent of 
Americans jurists. Their commentaries on the rules under- 
lying their decisions are taken from the reported opinions, 
commencing with an early period, and coming down to a 
very recent date. They are the mature and well considered 
opinions of the ablest of the English and American jurists, 
and they relate to the decisions of the courts of last resort, or 
of the lower courts sustained by the higher. These state- 
ments are the law of to-day, and it is believed that they are 
in such form as to be of special value, alike to the jurist and 
to the advocate. 

In bringing these sentences to a close the writer gladly 
avails himself of the opportunity afforded, of acknowledg- 
ing his obligation for the assistance rendered him in this 
work by Edward Franklin White, Esq., of the Indianap- 
olis bar. For the pertinent and valuable illustrations of 
equitable rules, presented by the notes, and for the 
numerous citations, the student of these volumes is in- 
debted, in the main, to his legal and critical acumen, and to 
his conscientious industry in the prosecution of the work. 
The writer is indebted to him also for valuable suggestions 
in regard to the text. 

The writer would be unjust to himself if he were to fail 
to acknowledge the numerous courtesies of the members of 
the Supreme Court of Indiana during the progress of 
his work. 

Charles Fisk Beach. 

Indianapolis, Ind., June 8th, 1897. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



VOLUME I. 



The 



* 1. 

2. 



INTRODUCTION', 
rise and progress of trusts 

CHAPTER I. 

What is a trust? 
Different kinds of trusts 



Page. 



CHAPTER II. 

CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS — • THE SETTLOR — THE TRUSTEE ■ 
PROPERTY — THE BENEFICIARY. 

WHO MAY BE A SETTLOR? 



§ 3. The State and its officers as settlors 

4. Trusts by corporations 

5. Rights of married women 

6. Trusts created by infants 

7. Trusts by lunatics 

8. Aliens and non-residents as settlors 

9. Rights of bankrupts and insolvents 
10. Creation of trusts in general 



Page. 
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9 
10 
11 
13 
13 
14 
14 



CHAPTER IH. 



§ 11. 
12. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS CONTINUED. 
WHO MAY BE A TRUSTEE? 

The sovereign or State .... 

Corporations as trustees .... 



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17 



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§ 13. The subject continued 

14. Unincorporated associations 

15. Civil officers in their official capacity 

16. Married women 

17. The subject continued 

18. Infants as trustees 

19. Aliens and non-residents . ' 

20. Eights of lunatics 

21. Bankrupts and insolvents 

22. Beneficiaries as trustees 

23. In general 

24. Rules of court in appointing . 



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21 
22 
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26 
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29 
29 
30 
31 



CHAPTER IV. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS CONTINUED. 
THE SUBJECT-MATTER OF A TRUST. 

§ 25. Property that may be assigned 

26. Choses in actions, etc. 

27. Property under a foreign jurisdiction 

28. Lands under a foreign jurisdiction . 

29. The subject continued 

30. Property not the subject of a trust . 



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34 
34 
35 
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CHAPTER Y. 



THE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS CONTINUED. 
WHO MAT BE A CESTUI QUE TRUST? 

§ 31. The sovereign or State as a beneficiary 

32. Rights of corporations 

33. Infants as cestuis que trust 

34. Rights of aliens .... 

35. Au insane person as cestui que trust . 

36. In general ..... 



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41 
41 
42 
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44 



CHAPTER VI. 

EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



37. How created 

38. The subject continued 

39. Formalities required . 

40. The subject continued 

41. Declaration of trust 

42. The subject continued 



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43. The same subject 

44. Insufficient declaration 

45. The same subject 

46. Declaration of trust by answer in chancery 

47. The subject continued 

48. Imperfect gift not a trust 

49. Imperfect gift continued 

50. Trusts in writing not changed by parol 

51. Trusts of personal property . 

52. The subject continued 

53. Trusts in bank deposits 

54. Bank deposits continued 

55. Certainty as to beneficiary 

56. Sufficient designation 

57. Notice to parties 



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CHAPTER VII. 



EXPRESS TRUSTS CONTINUED. 

■ 58. Executory trusts ..... 

59. Executory trusts distinguished from executed trusts 

60. Executory trusts in marriage contracts 

61. The subject continued 

62. The same subject 

63. Executory trusts in wills 

64. Trusts in wills continued 

65. Trusts in marriage articles and wills distinguished 

66. The subject continued 

67. Precatory trusts 

68. Precatory trusts continued 

69. The subject continued 

70. The same subject 

71. The same 

72. Necessity of probate of wills 

73. The subject continued 

74. The same subject 

75. A devise not converted into a trust by parol 

76. Settlement on wife and children 

77. The subject continued 

78. Voluntary trust — when executed 

79. Voluntary agreement — when enforced 

80. An equitable interest transferable 

81. Power of revocation 

82. The subject continued 

83. Powers in trust 

84. Powers in trust continued 

85. Modern legislation 



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CHAPTER VIII. 

IMPLIED TRUSTS. 

IMPLIED TRUSTS IN GENERAL — RESULTING TRUSTS • 

TRUSTS. 

IMPLIED TRUSTS IN GENERAL. 



§ 86. 

87. 



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112. 
113. 



Introductory . 

Determined by intention 

From the settlement of estates 

The subject continued 

Maintenance of children 

Implied trusts from partnerships 

From relation of agent and principal 

The subject continued 

Implied trusts from contracts 

The subject continued 

From contracts for sale 

From marriage contracts 

Notice of equitable title 

The subject continued 

From purchase under foreclosure sale 

The same subject 

Implied trusts from partial interest 

From distribution of gift 

From joint tenancy 

For confiding party . 

The subject continued 

From relation of guardian 

For judgment creditors 

From other assignments 

Implied trusts from annuities 

Implied trusts from mistake 

Proved by parol 

Other implied trusts . 



• CONSTRUCTIVE 



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CHAPTER IX. 



IMPLIED TRUSTS CONTINUED. 

RESULTING TRUSTS — DIVISION FIRST. 

TRUSTS RESULTING TO GRANTOR. 

Page. 
§ 114. Introductory ..... .236 

115. Resulting trust from legaFwithout equitable estate . 238 

116. The subject continued ..... 240 

117. The same subject ... .241 

118. Partial trust to donor . . 242 

119. The subject continued . . • 243 

120. The same subject ...... 246 



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121. Distinguished from a charge 

122. From failure of express trust 

123. From trusts for persons not in esse . 

124. From indefiniteness of declared trust 

125. From an illegal trust . 

126. The subject continued 

127. From lapse of trust 

128. In favor of donee 

129. The subject continued 

130. From trust for sale of realty 

131. From voluntary conveyance 

132. The subject continued 

133. The same subject 

134. Proof by parol 

135. The subject continued 

136. From misunderstanding 

137. The subject continued 

138. The same subject 

139. From conveyance to a wife or child 

140. From the relation between the parties 

141. The subject continued 

142. The same subject . . 

143. From undue influence in general 

144. The subject continued 

145. The same subject 

146. Resulting trusts from gifts by will 

147. From equitable conversion of property 

148. The subject continued 

149. The same subject 



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294 
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300 
303 



CHAPTER X. 



IMPLIED TRUSTS CONTINUED. 

RESULTING TRUSTS — DIVISION SECOND. 

TRUSTS RESULTING TO PAYOR. 

150. Introductory ...... 

151. Resulting trust from title in the name of another 

152. For partial interest . 

153. The subject continued 

154. From tenancy in common 

155. The subject continued 

156. From partnership purchase 

157. From purchase by trustee 

158. The subject continued 

159. Resulting trust from purchase by an agent 

160. From title in the name of wife or child 

161. The subject continued 



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i 162. Presumption of advancement 

163. The subject continued 

164. The same subject 

165. From conveyance in the name of a mother 

166. From husband as trustee of wife 

167. The subject continued 

168. The same subject 

169. From purchase by a mother in the name of a child 

170. Conveyance by one in loco parentis 

171. From conveyance for defrauding creditor 

172. Established by parol 

173. Parol proof continued 

174. Parol evidence in rebuttal 

175. The subject continued 

176. Parol evidence of advancement 

177. Resulting trusts in personalty 

178. When a resulting trust arises 

179. Modern legislation 

CHAPTER XI. 

IMPLIED TRUSTS CONTINUED. 

CONSTRUCTIVE TRUSTS — DIVISION FIRST. 

TRUSTS FROM CONSTRUCTIVE FRAUD. 

180. Introductory ..... 

181. Fraud as the basis of the constructive trust 

182. Application of equitable principle . 

183. From illegal acquisition of property by trustee 

184. From illegal disposition of property by trustee 

185. The subject continued 

186. Rule not applicable to dry trustee . 

187. From renewal of lease 

188. From illegal acts of executors and administrators 

189. The subject continued 

190. From illegal acts of directors of corporation 

191. The subject continued 

192. From the relation of agent to his principal 

193. The subject continued 

194. From relation of attorney and client 

195. The subject continued 

196. From fiduciary relations in general 

197. From purchase with notice . 

198. The subject continued 

199. Limitations of the rule 

200. Consideration must be valuable 

201. Conditions of notice .... 

202. How notice to be given 

203. Characteristics of notice 



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361 
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204. The subject continued 

205. Notice to purchasers at executor's sales 

206. The subject continued 

207. The same subject 

208. Barred by continued acquiescence 

209. Barred by statute of limitation 

CHAPTER XII. 

IMPLIED TKUSTS CONTINUED. 
CONSTRUCTIVE TRUSTS — DIVISION SECOND. 
TKUSTS FROM ACTUAL FRAUD. 



j 210. From misrepresentation 

211. Misrepresentation continued 

212. The subject continued 

213. Effect upon a third person . 

214. From fraud by concealment 

215. The subject continued 

216. The same subject .... 

217. The same ..... 

218. From fraudulent promise 

219. The subject continued 

220. Trusts from ignorance or mistake . 

221. From a fraudulent preventing of an act 

222. From preventing a devise 

223. From procuring a devise by fraud . 

224. The subject continued 

225. From fraud in procuring conveyance 

226. The subject continued 

227. From fraudulent preventing of competition 

228. From pretense of buying for another 

229. From possession of money belonging to another 

230. From fraudulent appropriation or conversion of property 

231. The subject continued. 

232. From fraudulent inducements to marriage 

233. The subject continued 

234. The same subject .... 

235. From conveyance of property on the point of marriage 

236. The subject continued 

237. From immoral or illegal contracts 
228. From suppression of legal instrument 

239. Equity relieves only where equity is practiced 

240. The subject continued 

CHAPTER XIH. 

TRUSTS FROM EQUITABLE LIENS. 

241. Introductory ..... 

242. Trust from a vendor's lien 



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243. The subject continued 

244. Waiver of vendor's lien 

245. Lien from executory contracts 

246. Trust from vendee's lien 

247. Application and extent of the doctrine 

248. The principle involved 

249. The subject continued 

250. Trust from creditor's lien 

251. From voluntary conveyance by trustee 

252. From trust in absence of trustee 

253. From dissolution of corporation 

254. Trusts from partnership debts 

255. Trust from deposit of title deeds 

256. Trustee from wrongful possession . 

257. Creditor as trustee for surety 

258. Bank as trustee for equitable owner of deposit 

259. Equitable lien from repairs and improvements 

260. Statutory lien from repairs and improvements 



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CHAPTER XIV. 



TRUSTS ARISING FROM POWERS. 

Page. 

§ 261. Introductory ....... 610 

262. A power in trust arising from an invalid express trust . 614 

263. From failure of donee to execute the power . . 619 

264. From defective execution of power . . . 622 

265. From death of donee ..... 623 

266. The subject continued ..... 624 

267. The parties in interest ..... 626 

268. The subject continued ..... 628 

269. The same subject ...... 630 

270. The word "relations" construed .... 632 

271. The subject continued ..... 634 

272. The same subject . . . . . .636 

273. The term "representatives" construed . . . 637 

274. Delegation of powers ..... 639 

275. Eule of distribution prescribed by donor . . . 640 

276. Whether distribution shall be per stirpes or per capita . 642 



CHAPTER XV. 

TRUSTS FOR MARRIED WOMEN. 

277. Introductory . . . . . 

278. Separate estate of wife in equity 

279. Limitations of wife's equitable estate 
2S0. The subject continued 

281. Transmutation of separate estate property 



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§ 282. The wife's statutory separate estate 

283. Restraint on alienation 

284. The subject continued 

285. Restraint upon anticipation . 
28G. Form of words required 

287. Doctrine of restraint continued 

288. Devolution of wife's separate estate at her death 

289. The married woman's equity to a settlement 

290. The amount of wife's settlement 

291. Property subject to wife's settlement 

292. How the equity to a settlement may be lost 

293. The mode of the settlement . 

294. Rights of children under the married woman's settlement 

295. Order of court for maintenance 

296. The husband as trustee for the wife 

297. The husband as agent for the wife 

298. Liability for contracts and for debts 

299. The subject continued 

300. Limitations on her liability . 

301. The doctrine as modified in this country 

302. The subject continued 

303. Application of the American doctrine 

304. Gifts from husband 

305. The rights of the wife in her savings 

306. Rights of wife in her pin money 

307. Voluntary separation of husband and wife 

308. The consideration required . 

309. The subject continued 

310. Illegal executory agreements 

311. Property rights of wife under separation 

312. Termination of contract 



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CHAPTER XVI. 



TRUSTS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES. 

§ 313. The charitable trust defined . 

314. Trusts for religious purposes 

315. Trusts for purposes of education . , 

316. Trusts for purposes of general benevolence 

317. Trusts for the benefit of the public . 

318. Origin of charitable trusts . 

319. Jurisdiction of equity .... 

320. The doctrine in the United States . 

321. The subject continued 

322. Characteristics of the trust for charitable purposes 

323. The subject continued .... 

324. The cy pres doctrine ..... 

325. The subject continued 



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§ 326. The same subject .... 

327. The same ..... 

328. The disposition of charitable corporations 

329. The subject continued. 

330. Power of the court to change a charitable scheme 

331. The cy pres doctrine in America 

332. Cypres under the royal prerogative 

333. The legislature as parens palrice 

334. Corporations as trustees for charitable gifts 

335. Gifts to charitable corporations 

336. The subject continued 

337. Charitable gifts to non-existing corporations 

338. Abuse of charitable trusts 

339. Breach of ecclesiastical trust 

340. The subject continued 

341. The same subject .... 

342. The same ..... 

343. The English doctrine 

344. The marshalling of testator's assets 

345. Gifts in contravention of law, or of public policy 

346. The subject continued 

347. Charitable trusts to be administered in a foreign country 

348. Barred by statute of mortmain 

349. Objects not subject to change 

350. Personal distinguished from official trust . 

351. Perpetuities and accumulations 

352. The subject continued 

353. The statute of limitations 



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CHAPTER XVII. 



TRUSTS FOE INFANTS. 

354. Introductory .... 

355. Equitable conversion of infant's estate 

356. The maintenance of infants . 

357. The subject continued 

358. Where maintenance will not be directed 

359. Order for maintenance without suit 

360. Order in restraint of removal 



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361. Order for maintenance of infants beyond the jurisdiction 844 



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VOLUME II. 



CHAPTER XVIII. 



APPOINTMENT, SUBSTITUTION, RESIGNATION AND REMOVAL OF TRUS- 
TEES. 

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i 362. Introductory .... 

363. Appointment of trustees 

364. Appointment of trustees continued 

365. The executor as trustee 

366. The subject continued 

367. The executor of an executor as trustee 

368. Appointment under a power 

369. The subject continued 

370. The same subject 

371. Where the appointing power fails . 

372. The subject continued 

373. The same subject 

374. Trustee de son tort 

375. Acceptance of trust . 

376. Acceptance of trust continued 

377. Proof of acceptance . 

378. The subject continued 

379. Disclaimer of trust 

380. Disclaimer continued 

381. Disclaimer by parol . 

382. Devolution of trust estate under disclaimer 

383. How a trustee may be released 

384. The subject continued 

385. The same subject 

386. Resignation and removal 

387. Eesignation and removal continued 

388. Removal of trustees of charities 

389. Delegation of appointing power 

390. The vesting order 



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CHAPTER XIX. 

THE RELATION OF TRUSTEES TO THE TRUST ESTATE. 

§ 391. Introductory ...... 

392. The legal title of trust estate 



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i 393. The legal title continued 

394. The subject continued 

395. The same subject 

396. Determined by intention of settlor 

397. Effect of power in trust 

398. Effect of charge on realty 

399. For preserving contingent remainders 

400. The trust estate for married women 

401. The subject continued 

402. Enlargement of trust estate in equity 

403. Trustees for rents and profits 

404. The subject continued 

405. Limitation of estate executed by statute 

406. Limitation in wills and deeds 

407. The trust estate in personalty 



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CHAPTER XX. 



THE RELATION OF TRUSTEES TO THE TRUST ESTATE CONTINUED. 



§ 408. The legal estate at common law 

409. Responsibility of trustee as holder of legal title 

410. Protection of legal title 

411. Protection of title continued 

412. Right of trustee to possession of trust estate 

413. Possession of trust estate continued 

414. The subject continued 

415. The same subject .... 

416. Dower in trust estate 

417. Liability of trust estate to escheat 

418. Conveyance of estate subject to trusts 

419. The trust estate in assignees 

420. Trust estate in bankrupt trustee 

421. The subject continued 

422. Beneficial interest of bankrupt trustee 

423. Merger of equitable and legal estates 

424. Trustees as joint tenants 

425. Presumption in regard to conveyance 

426. The doctrine of presumption continued 



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CHAPTER XXI. 

CONCERNING THE POWERS OF TRUSTEES. 

§ 427. Introductory ... 

428. General powers 

429. Special powers 

430. Discretionary powers 

431. Discretionary powers continued — class first 



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432. Discretionary powers continued — class second 

433. Discretionary powers continued — class third 

434. Discretionary powers continued — class fourth 

435. Discretionary powers continued. . ' 
430. The execution of a power 

437. Limitation of the power to execute a trust 

438. Power on refusal of trustee . 

439. The power to assign the trust estate 

440. Powers of trustees as survivors 

441. Powers of new trustees 

442. Executors as trustees 

443. Powers of co-trustees as such 

444. Powers of feme covert, or infant, as trustees 

445. Power to make repairs and improvements 

446. Power to lease trust estate 

447. Power to insure trust property 

448. Power to borrow money 

449. Power of sale 

450. Power of sale by implication 

451. Power of sale continued 

452. Power to consent to a marrhige 

453. The subject continued 

454. The same subject 

455. The power to compromise 

456. The power to arbitrate 

457. Power to satisfy incumbrances 

458. Power to confess judgment . 

459. Power to bring suit 

460. Power to act through agents 

461. Power to employ an attorney 

462. Power to convey for public uses 

463. Power to apply to the court for instructions 



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CHAPTER XXII. 



THE POWER TO SELL THE TRUST ESTATE. 



§ 464. Introductory . 

465. In what manner conferred 

466. Form of words required 

467. Power to sell by implication 

468. Limitations of power 

469. The subject continued 

470. Limitations in regard to exchange 

471. Power of sale by consent of parties 

472. Consent of parties continued 

473. Power of sale by order of court 

474. How the power of sale is to be executed 

475. The rule in case of a contingency . 



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§ 476. Power of sale in survivor 

477. Power of sale for payment of debts 

478.- Sale by tenant for life • . 

479. Incidents of the sale . 

480. Manner of conducting public sale 

481. Adjournment of public sale . 

482. Conditions of sale 

483. Sale without notice 

484. Restraint upon power of sale 

485. Where a trustee may be required to sell th 

486. Conveyance of the trust estate 

487. How a sale by a trustee may be avoided 





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501. 
502. 
503. 
504. 
505. 
506. 
507. 
508. 
509. 
510. 
511. 
512. 
513. 
514. 
515. 
516. 
517. 



CHAPTER XXIII. 
THE GENERAL DUTIES AND OBLIGATIONS OP TRUSTEES. 

Introductory .... 

To reduce the trust estate into possession 

To assume the control of personalty 

Duty to obey the directions of the instrument 

Duty to act in good faith .... 

The duty of joint action 

The duty of joint action continued 

The subject continued .... 

Responsibility of co-trustees in regard to checks 

The rule in its application to public trusts 

To act in accordance with the instructions of the court 

Duty to exercise diligence and care 

The duty of trustees touching the exercise of discretion 

ary powers . 
To preserve and to protect the trust estate 
The subject continued 
To collect outstanding claims 
To pay debts and charges 
Primarily from personal property 
The subject continued 
Duty to collect rents and profits 
Duty to make repairs 
With respect to insurance and taxes 
The subject continued 
To renew leases 
The subject continued 
To convert and invest trust property 
The subject continued 
The use of trust funds 
The mixing of trust and private funds 
Duty to dispose of property liable to waste 



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§ 518. Concerning the purchase of trust property from benefi- 
ciaries ;...... 1178 

519. Concerning the giving of information . . . 1181 

520. Purchasing at his own sale ..... 1182 

521. Duty to deposit money in bank .... 1187 

522. To be prepared to render an account of his trusteeship . 1190 

523. To distribute trust property .... 1193 

524. The subject continued ..... 1195 

CHAPTER XXIV. 



THE INVESTMENT Or TRUST FUNDS. 

525. Introductory ..... 

526. The general rule .... 

527. The general rule continued 

528. Permissible securities 

529. Investments under a discretionary power 

530. The rule in England .... 

531. The rule in the United States 

532. The subject continued 

533. Statutory regulations 

534. Investment of trust funds for charitable purposes 

535. The change of investments . 

536. Investments for the accumulation of the income 



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CHAPTER XXV. 



THE LIABILITIES OF TRUSTEES. 

Page. 

537. Introductory ....... 1221 

538. The general rule ...... 1223 

539. Limitations of the rule ..... 1226 

540. Liability in breach of trust ..... 1227 

541. Liability as co-trustee ..... 1229 

542. The right of contribution ..... 1231 

543. Liability for co- trustees ..... 1233 

544. The subject continued ..... 1236 

545. Liability of co-trustees as determined by their bond . 1238 

546. The subject continued ..... 1240 

547. Liability of trustee on covenants .... 1241 

548. Liability of trustee in delegation of powers and duties . 1243 

549. The subject continued ..... 1247 

550. For loss from insufficient security .... 1248 

551. Liability of a father as trustee for a son . . . 1252 

552. For delay in investment of trust funds . . . 1253 

553. The measure of liability ..... 1256 



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CHAPTER XXVI. 

SIMPLE, PASSIVE OR DRY TRUSTS. 

§ 554. Introductory ..... 

555. Introductory continued 

556. Subject to legal rules 

557. Where an active trust becomes passive 

558. Liability to creditors 

559. Liability to creditors continued 

560. The rule in married women's separate estate 

561. The devolution of the trust estate . 

562. The trust estate as affected by statute 

563. For preserving contingent remainders 

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TRUSTS FOR SPENDTHRIFTS. 

§ 564. Introductory .... 

565. Created under statutory provisions 

566. Discretionary powers of trustees 

567. Liability for debts of beneficiary 

568. The subject continued 

569. Conditional limitation 

570. The subject continued 

571. Liability for family of beneficiary . 

572. Spendthrift trust for women 

573. Trust for settlor 

574. Spendthrift trust for insolvent 

575. Liability of guardian 

576. Effect of a decree creating a spendthrift trust 

577. Where a spendthrift trust fails 



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1314 



CHAPTER XXVHI. 



TRUST FOR PAYMENT OF DEBTS AND LEGACIES. 



§ 578. Introductory .... 

579. The rule under a will 

580. Claims of creditors as a charge on realty 

581. Order of procedure . 

582. How the trust estate vests 

583. Creation of trust by deed 

584. The trust deed continued 

585. Devisees as executors 

586. The collection of debts 

587. The rule in conversion of assets 
5S8. The right to employ collectors 
589. Power of trustees to compound and settle debts 



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590. Claims of creditors for interest 

591. The mode of raising money 

592. Payment of legacies 

593. The payment of legacies continued 

594. The rule relating to the surplus 

595. Duty of bankrupt trustee touching his own indebtedness 



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CHAPTER XXIX. 

TRUSTS UNDER ASSIGNMENT FOR CREDITORS. 



596. Introductory . 

597. Formalities required 

598. Eeservation by the assignor 

599. The subject continued 

600. The preferment of creditors 

601. Assets of creditors 

602. The rule in England . 

603. Assent to direct assignments 

604. Where assent will be presumed 

605. The manner of assent 

606. What property passes under assignment 

607. Fraudulent trusts under assignments 

608. The subject continued 

609. Acceptance of assignee 

610. Powers and duties of assignee 

611. The subject continued 

612. Liability of assignees 

613. Bight of creditors under an assignment 

614. The right to enforce a trust 

615. Property of debtor as affected by liens 

616. Assignments by corporations 

617. Partnership assignment 

618. Partnership assigments continued 

619. Assignment ®f realty 

620. The order of distribution 



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CHAPTER XXX. 

TRUSTEE FOR TENANT FOR LIFE AND REMAINDER- MAN. 

621. Powers and duties of trustees 

622. Tenant for life as constructive trustee 

623. Where the tenant for life is entitled to possession 

624. Tenant for life as new trustee 

625. Payment of charges by tenant for life 

626. Repairs and improvements .... 

627. Liability for current charges 

628. Rights in perishable property 



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CHAPTER XXXI. 



mortgages and trust 



TRUSTS UNDER POWER OF SALE MORTGAGES AND DEEDS 



§ 629. Introductory . 

630. Origin and character of powers 

631. The validity of powers of sale 

632. Limitations of power of sale in 

deeds ..... 

633. Who may exercise the power of sale 

634. The subject continued 

635. Delegation of power of sale . 

636. The subject continued 

637. Possession as a condition of the right to sell 

638. The revocation or suspension of the power 

639. The subject continued 

640. Injunction to restrain sale 

641. The duty of a trustee 

642. Notice of sale 

643. How notice shall be given 

644. The subject continued 

645. Time and place of sale 

646. The manner of sale 

647. Whether the estate shall be sold 

648. Adjournment of sale . 

649. Who may purchase at a sale 

650. The subject continued 

651. The same subject 

652. Statutory regulations 

653. Sale at an inadequate price 

654. The rights of the purchaser 

655. Subsequent purchaser without notice 

656. The setting aside of a sale 

657. The subject continued 

658. The right of redemption 

659. The right of redemption continued 

660. The power of sale a cumulative remedy 

661. Cumulative remedy continued 



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1485 
1488 
1490 
1492 
1495 
1497 
1498 
1500 
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1505 
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1512 
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1517 



CHAPTER XXXII. 

PERPETUITIES AND ACCUMULATIONS. 

§ 662. Introductory ..... 

663. Accumulations for charities . 

664. Accumulations for the payment of portions 

665. The subject continued 

666. Interest on portions . 

667. Advancement by portions 



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CHAPTER XXXHI. 

EQUITABLE AND STATUTORY LIMITATIONS. 



§ 668. The rule in general 

669. Where the rule is operative 

670. Breach of trust 

671. Concerning stale claims 

672. Bar from acquiescence 



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CHAPTER XXXIV. 

TRUST COMPANIES AS TRUSTEES. 



673. Introductory 

674. Powers and liabilities in general 

675. The subject continued 

676. Claim of beneficiary for interest 

677. Claim for compensation 

678. Accumulations by trust companies 



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CHAPTER XXXV. 



THE CESTUI QUE TRUST. 

RIGHTS AND REMEDIES — DIVISION FIRST. 

RIGHTS AND REMEDIES IN RELATION TO THE TRUSTEE. 



679. Introductory .... 

680. Right to judicial construction of the trust 

681. Right to maintenance 

682. Right to an accounting 

683. The subject continued 

684. Right to the enforcement of the trust 

685. Execution of the trust by the court 

686. Right to an injuction 

687. Right to the removal of the trustee 

688. When a receiver will be appointed 

689. Trust property appropriated by trustee 

690. Personal liability of trustee 

691. Liability of trustee for unreasonable acts 

692. Liability of trustee for mismanagement 

693. Liability of co-trustee 

694. Loss by act of cestui que trust 

695. Acquiescence by cestui que trust 

696. Acquiescence by lapse of time 

697. Waiver of claim by cestui que trust 

698. The right to protect the trust estate 

699. Claim of beneficiary to an advancement 



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§ 700. Priority of beneficiaries' claim in case of insolvency . 1602 

701. The subject continued ..... 1606 

702. Partition of trust estate ..... 1611 

703. Eight of beneficiary not in esse .... 1613 

704. Eight to bring an action ..... 1616 

705. Eight to terminate the trust .... 1617 

706. The subject continued ..... 1620 

CHAPTEE XXXVI. 

THE CESTUI QUE TRUST CONTINUED. 

RIGHTS AND REMEDIES — DIVISION SECOND. 

RIGHTS AND REMEDIES IN RELATION TO THIRD PERSONS. 



§ 707. 
708. 
709. 
710. 
711. 
712. 
713. 
714. 
715. 



The right to follow the trust fund . 

The subject continued 

The identification of the trust property 

The subject continued 

The right of assignment 

The right to alienate the trust estate 

Eight to mortgage the trust estate 

Eight to the quieting of a title 

Liabilities of the cestui que trust 



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§ 716. 
717. 
718. 
719. 
720. 
721. 
722. 
723. 
724. 
725. 



CHAPTEE XXXVII. 

APPLICATION OF THE PURCHASE MONEY 



Introductory , 

The rule in general . 

Modifications of the general rule 

The rule in trusts for the payment of debts 

The rule relating to personalty 

The rule in case of breach of trust . 

The sale or pledge of stock by the trustee 

Statutory provisions 

Period of equitable relief 

The rule in England . 

CHAPTEE XXXVIII. 



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COSTS AND ATTORNEY S FEES. 

726. Introductory .... 

727. The rule in England . 

728. The rule in the United States 

729. Lien on the trust property for costs 

730. Where a lien will not attach 

731. Costs in defending an action 

732. Costs in case of breach of trust 

733. In case of unreasonable expenses 



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CHAPTER XXXIX. 

THE COMPENSATION OF TRUSTEES. 



734. The common law rule 

735. The rule in the United States 

736. The compensation determined 

737. Fidelity required 

738. Determined by the instrument 

739. Where determined by the court 

740. Compensation of new trustee 

741. Eeimbursement for necessary expenditures 

742. Tor employment of assistants 

743. Compensation as executor and trustee 

744. Compensation as solicitor 

745. Compensation as solicitor continued 

746. In trading with trust funds . 

747. Lien of trustee for compensation 

748. Waiver of compensation 



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1710 
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1714 
1715 



CHAPTER XL. 

PLEADING AND PRACTICE IN TRUST CASES. 



749. Introductory . 

750. Jurisdiction in trust cases 

751. Jurisdiction continued 

752. Extent of equity jurisdiction 

753. The reforming of the instrument 

754. Parties to trust suits . 

755. Parties to trust suits continued 

756. The averments of a bill 

757. The amendment of the bill . 

758. The decree of the court 



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CHAPTER XLI. 

THE DETERMINATION OP THE TRUST. 

§ 759. Introductory ..... 

760. Determination by the limitations of the trust 

761. By agreement of parties 

762. Presumption from lapse of time 

763. By the act of the trustee 

764. On request of the beneficiary 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



[The references are to pages : Vol. 1, pp. 1-847; Vol. II, pp. 848-1753.] 



Abbey v. Deyo (44 N. T. 343), 689. 
Abbey v. Taber (58 Hun, 602; 11 N. T. 

Supl. 548), 322. 
Abbot v. American Co. (33 Barb. 578), 

390, 391, 1022, 1185. 
Abbott v. Baltimore, etc. Packet Co. (4 

Md. Ch. 310), 1689. 
Abbott, Ex parte (1 Deacon, 338), 655. 
Abbott, Bx parte (55 Me. 680), 865, 866, 

902. 
Abbott v. Foote (146 Mass. 333), 961. 
Abbott v. Gibbs (1 Bq. Cas. Abr. 358), 

1652. 
Abbott v. Massie (3 Ves. 148), 893. 
Abeggr. Bishop (142 N. Y. 286), 1374. 
Abel v. Heathcote (4 Bro. Ch. 278, 3 

Ves. 98), 1075. 
Abell». Howe (43Vt.),442. 
Abercrombie v. Bradford (16 Ala. 560) , 

1376. 
Aberdeen v. Saunderson (8 Sm. & M. 

670), 1217. 
Aberdeen Ey. Co. v. Blaikie (1 Mac- 
queen, 461), 405. 
Aberman Iron Works v. Wickens (L. 

R. 4Ch. 101), 585. 
Abernathy v. Abernathy (8 Fla. 243), 

905. 
Abney v. Kingsland (10 Ala. 355), 354. 
Abney v. Miller (2 Atk. 597), 397. 
Aborn v. Padelford (17 E. 1. 143; 20 Atl. 

Eep. 297), 499. 
Abraham v. Newcombe )2Sirn. 566), 681, 

684. 
Abrahams v. Tappe (60 Md. 317), 659. 
Academy v. Adams (65 N. H. 225), 749. 
Academy v. King (12 Mass. 646) , 1548. 
Academy of Visitations. Clemens (50 

Mo. 167), 748, 756, 759, 763, 776. 
Acherly v. Vernon (1 P. Wms. 783), 

363, 837, 839. 
Acker v. Phcanix (4 Paige, 305), 161. 



Acker v. Priest (61 N. W. Rep. 235), 63, 

342. 
Ackerman v. Ackerman (9 C. E. Green, 

585), 517. 
Ackerman v. Emmott (4 Barb. 526), 

1202, 1212. 
Ackerman v. Vreeland (14 N. J. Eq. 23), 

1438. 
Ackroyd v. Smithson (1 Bro. Ch. 437), 

259, 269, 299. 
Acland v. Gaisford (2 Madd. 32), 198, 

200. 
Acton v. Acton (1 Ves. 267), 717. 
Acton v. Waddington (46 N. J. Eq. 16), 

670, 572,576,579. 
Acton v. White (1 S. & S. 429), 669. 
Acton v. Woodgate (2 Myl. & K. 495), 

1317, 1318, 1378, 1379. 
Adair v. Brimmer (74 N. T. 539), 1118, 

1138, 1203, 1210. 
Adair v. Shaw (1 Sen. & Lef. 262), 432, 

695, 1127, 1234. 
Adams v. Adams (L. E. 45 Ch. D. 426), 

1303. 
Adams v. Adams (79 111. 517) , 263. 
Adams v. Adams (64 N. H. 224), 852. 
Adams v. Adams (6 Q. B. 866), 942. 
Adams v. Adams (21 Wall. 185), 50, 596, 

852. 
Adams v. Adams (22 Vt. 50), 296. 
Adams v. Brackett (5 Met. 280), 1145, 

1150, 1322, 1355. 
Adams v. Bradley (12 Mich. 346), 525. 
Adams v. Broke (1 T. & C. Ch. 627) , 1080. 
Adams v. Burns (96 Mo. 361; 10 S. W. 

Rep. 26), 232. 
Adams v. Clifton (1 Euss. 297), 393, 

1056,1217,1244,1598. 
Adams v. Collier (122 U. S. 382), 1109. 
Adams v. Gamble (12 Ir. Ch. 102), 662. 
Adams v. Guerard (29 Ga. 651; 76 Am. 

Dec. 624), 912. 
Adams, In re (15 Abb. N. Cas. 61), 

1395. 



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TABLE OF CASES. 



[The references are to pages: Vol. 1, pp. 1-847; Vol. II, pp. 848-1753.] 



Adams, In re (L. B. 27 Ch. D. 394), 

138. 
Adams & Kensington, In re (L. E. 27 

Oh. D. 409), 121, 122. 
Adams v. Jarvis (4 Bing. 66), 488. 
Adams i. Jones (39 Ga. 479), 480. 
Adams v. Kable (6 B. Mon. 884; 44 Am. 

Dec. 772), 499. 
Adams v. La Bose (75 Ind. 471) , 912. 
Adarnsi). Law (17 How. 417), 912. 
Adam9 v. Lambard (80 Cal. 426), 500, 

533, 1257, 1583. 
Adams v. Leavens (20 Conn. 73), 1117. 
Adams v. Mackey (6 Rich. Eq. 75), 665, 

704, 710. 
Adams v. Nelson (31 Wkly. L. Bull. 

46), 1203. 
Adams v. Nicholas (IMills, 90; 2 Whart. 

17), 78. 
Adams v. Paynter (1 Coll. 532), 864, 866, 

897. 
Adams®. Perry (43 N. T. 487), 750, 752, 

912,916, 919. 
Adams v. Sayre (76 Ala. 609), 1492. 
Adams v. Taunton (5 Madd. 435), 892, 

895, 897, 1013. 
Adams' Female Acad. v. Adams (65 N. 

H. 225), 995. 
Adamson v. Armitage (19 Ves. 416), 654, 

655. 
Adamson v. Lamb, (3 Blackf. 446), 93. 
Addison v. Bruckmyer (4 Sandf. Ch. 

531), 1409. 
Addison J). Topp (67 L. T. 96), 1336,1339. 
Adeyi). Arnold (2 De G.,M. & G. 433; 

16 Jur. 1123), 881. 
Adkins v. Hudson, (11 Ind. 372), 912. 
Adleru. Sewell (20 Ind. 598), 949. 
Adlingtoni). Cann (3 Atk. 151), 140, 850. 
Adnam v. Cole (6 Beav. 353), 732. 
jEtnalns. Co. v. Broadinax (48 Fed. 

Bep. 892), 705. 
Aggas i>. Pickerell (3 Atk. 225), 1536. 
Agnew, Appeal of (12 Atl. Bep. 160), 

721. 
Agnew v. Fetterman (4 Pa. St. 62), 1320. 
Agr'l Assn. v. Brewster (51 Tex. 257), 

232,309, 358. 
Aguilarj). Aguilar (5 Madd. 414), 693. 
Aherne v. Aherne (L. B. 9 Ir. 144) , 166. 
Ahearne i>. Hogan, (1 Dr. 310), 426. 
Ahrenda. Odiorne (118 Mass. 261), 570, 

578, 591. 
Aiken v. Bridgeford (81 Ala. 295), 1513. 
Ainsliet). Medlycott (9 Ves. 19), 13,472, 

473. 
Airey v. Hall (12 Jur. 1043; 3 Sm. & 

Gifi. 315), 152, 1564,1565. 
Aislabiei). Kice, (3 Madd. 256; 8 Taunt. 

459) , 1046. 



Aitchlson v. Dixon (L. E. 10 Eq. 589), 

674, 680. 
Alanlzc. Casenave (91 Cal. 41; 27 Pac. 

Eep. 521), 217, 603. 
Albany F. Ins. Co. v. Bay (4N. T. 9), 

11, 664, 1073. 
Albany's Case (1 Eep. Ill), 1067. 
Albemarle v. Earl of Bath (3 Ch. Cas. 

55), 273. 
Alberger v. Nat. Bk. of Commerce (123 

Mo. 313; 27 S. W. Eep. 657), 407,1372. 
Albertson, In re (113 N. T. 434), 1425. 
Albrecht v. Pell (11 Hun, 127), 1746,1747. 
Albrecht v. Wolf (58 111. 186), 76. 
Albright v. Albright (91 N. Car. 220), 

996. 
Albrights. Oyster (140 U. S. <93; 11 S. 

Car. 916), 240. 
Alcoek v. Sloper (2 Myl. & K. 699) , 1437. 
Alden v. Goldie (82 III. 350), 1482. 
Alden v. Gregory (2 Eden, 285), 464,1540. 
Alden v. Johnson (63 Iowa, 124; 18 N. 

W. Bep. 696), 108. 
Alden v. Wilkins (117 Mass. 216), 1479. 
Alderson, Ex parte (1 Madd. 53), 34. 
Aldrich v. Aldrich (12 R. I. 141), 111, 

1119. 
Alexander v. Alexander (2 Ves. 643), 

996, 1005, 1089, 1244, 1341. 
Alexander i>. Bouton (55 Cal. 15), 704. 
Alexander v. Central E. Co. (3 Dill. 

487), 1515. 
Alexander, Ex parte (2 Mont. & Ayr. 

492), 382. 
Alexander v. Hooks (84 Ala. 605) , 587. 
Alexander v. Homer (1 McCrary, 634), 

1730. 
Alexander, In re (13 Ir. Ch. 137), 1047, 

1048, 1343. 
Alexander v. Kelso (3 Baxt. 311), 1342. 
Alexander j). Merrick (121 111. 606), 560. 
Alexander?). Meservey (35 S. Car. 417), 

1498. 
Alexander v. Mills (L. E. 6 Ch. 124), 

1080. 
Alexander v. Schreiber (13 Mo. 27), 

1107. 
Alexander v. Warrance (17 Mo. 230), 

363, 964. 
Alexander v. Wellington (2 Buss. & 

Myl. 35), 38. 
Alexander v. Williams (1 Hill, 522), 

1537. 
Alexandria Canal Co. v. Swann (5 How. 

83), 1048. 
Allday v. Fletcher (1 De G. & J. 82), 

674, 680. 
Allegheny County v. Lecky (6 S. & E. 

166; 9 Am. Dec. 418), 1130. 
Allen v. Addlngton (7 Wend. 9), 492. 



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Allen v. Arme (1 Vern. 365), 273. 

Allen v. Backhouse (2 Vea. & B. 66), 

1068,1073,1090, 1526. 
Allen v. Bennett (8 Sm. & M. 672), 570. 
Allen v. Bryant (1 Ired. Eq. 195), 1179. 
Allen v. Chambers (4 Ired. Eq. 125), 66. 
Allen v. Chatfleld (3 Minn. 435), 395, 

1490. 
Allen v. Coater (1 Beav. 202), 836. 
Allen v. Craft (109 Ind. 476; 9 N. E. 

Eep. 919), 612. 
Allen v. Davis (4 De G. & Sm. 133), 294. 
Allen v. Dewitt (3N.T. 276) , 618. 
Allen v. Drake (109 Mo. 628), 160. 
Allen v. Fuller (118 Mass. 402) , 707. 
Allen v. Gaillard (1 S. Car. 279), 1215. 
Allen v. Gardner (7 R. I. 22), 1369. 
Allen v. Gillette (127 U. S. 589), 1184. 
Allen v. Graves (3 Bush, 491), 1215, 1218. 
Allen v. Harris (L. E. 27 Ch. D. 333), 

996. 
Allen v. Henderson (49 Pa. St. 333), 116. 
Allen v. Hlghtower (21 Ark. 316), 688. 
Allen v. Imlett (Holt, 641), 949. 
Allen v. Jaekson (122 111. 567; 13 N. E. 

Eep. 840), 416, 431, 1180. 
Allen n. Jackson (L.E.I Ch. D. 399), 

1041. 
Allen v. Maddock (11 Moore P. C. 201), 

142. 
Allen v. Randolph (4 Johna. Ch. 693), 

993, 1047, 1343. 
Allen v. Rumph (2 Hill Eq. 1), 101, 103, 

104. 
Allen v. Russell (78 Ky. 112), 1625, 1627. 
Allen v. Sayer (2 Vern. 368), 1536. 
Allen v. Walker (L. R. 5 Eq. 187), 686. 
Allen v. Wlthrow (110 U. S. 119), 76, 

76. 
Allen v. Wooley (1 Green Ch. 209), 1637. 
Allerton v. Allerton (50 N. Y. 570), 476. 
Alley v. Lawrence (12 Gray, 373), 1010, 

1079, 1082, 1083, 1084, 1092. 
Allfrey v. Allfrey (Macn. & G. 87), 287. 
Allhuesen v. Whittell (L. R. 4 Eq. 295), 

1146, 1435. 
Ailing ». Munson (2 Conn. 691), 993, 

1049. 
Ailing v. Wenzell (29 111. App. 511), 411. 
Allis v. Billings (6 Met. 415), 13. 
Allison v- Porter (27 Ohio St. 136), 709. 
Allmon v. Pigg (82 111. 149), 515. 
Almond v. Russell (5 Ired. Eq. 183), 

1120. 
Almond v. Wilson (75 Va. 613), 317. 
Alaop v. Mather (8 Conn. 548) , 1210. 
Altimus v. Elliott (2 Pa. St. 62), 1146. 
Alvin v. Lord (39 N. H. 136), 708. 
Ambrose v. Ambrose (1 P. Wms. 321), 

307, 338. 



American Academy v. Harvard Col- 
lege, (12 Gray, 582), 734, 748, 763, 776. 
American Bible Soc. v. Marshall (15 

Ohio St. 537), 750. 
American Bible Soc. v. Wetmore (17 

Conn. 181), 21, 747. 
American Mortgage Co. v. McCall (96 

Ala. 200), 1515. 
Ames v. Ames (15 E. 1. 12), 1034, 1072. 
Ames v. Armstrong (106 Mass. 15), 1122, 

1127,1233, 1238,1240. 
Ames v. Downing (1 Bradf. 321), 1025. 
Ames v. Foater (42 N". H. 381), 708. 
Ames' Ironworks v. West (24 Fed. Eep. 

313), 1594. 
Ames v. Port Huron Co. (11 Mich. 39), 

390, 414. 
Ames v. Scudder (11 Mo. App. 168), 995. 
Ames c.Taylor (L. R. 25 Ch. D. 72), 

1710. 
Amherst Colleger. Eitch (10 Misc. Eep. 

503; 31 N. Y. Supl. 885), 510. 
Amory v. Green (13 Allen, 413), 1061. 
Amory v. Lawrence (3 Cliff. 323), 434, 

442. 
Amory v. Lord (9N.T. 403), 31, 616. 
Amory v. Lowell (104 Mass. 265), 1192. 
Amory v. Meredith (7 Allen, 397), 1011. 
Amplett v. Parke (2 R. & M. 227), 25, 

242. 
Ancaster v. Mayer (1 Bro. Ch. 454), 

1322. 
Anderson v. Anderson (31 N. J. Eq. 

560), 1038, 1069. 
Anderson v. Briacoe (12 Bush, 344), 

1298. 
Anderson v. Burdsell (6 Gratt. 405), 

461, 465. 
Anderson v. Crist (113 Ind. 65), 52, 940. 
Andersons. Dawson (15 Ves. 532), 11, 

666, 697, 1009. 
Anderson v. Donnell (66 Ind. 150) 575. 
Anderaon v. Earle (90 S. Car. 460), 858, 

859,889. 
Anderson v. Elworth (3 Giff. 154), 294. 
Anderson, Inre (.ID. & G. 29) , 902. 
Anderson v. Jones (10 Ala. 401), 309. 
Anderson v. Mather (44 N. Y. 229), 826. 
Andersons. Nesbitt (2 Rawle, 114), 230. 
Anderson v. Northrop (30 Fla. 612; 12 

So. Rep. 318), 860, 1534. 
Anderson v. Roberts (18 Johns. 513), 

435. 
Anderson v. So. Omaha Land Co. (35 

Neb. 785; 53 N. W.Rep. 785), 332. 
Anderson v. Spencer (51 Miss. 869), 685. 
Andersons. Tomkins (1 Brock. 456), 

1415, 1419. 
Anderson v. Turner (3 A. K. Marsh- 

131) , 1037, 1038. 



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Anderson v. Van Allen (12 Johns. 343), 

4G0. 
Andiugv. Ridley (11 Jur. (N S.) 475), 

517. 
Andrew v. Bible Soc. (4 Sand. 156), 21. 
Andrew v. Clark (2 Ves. 162), 245, 260. 
Andrew d. Trinity Hall (9 Ves. 525), 893. 
Andrew v. Wrigley (4 Bro. Ch. 124), 465, 

467, 1663. 
Andrews v. Andrews (28 Ala. 432), 153. 
Andrews v. Andrews (8 Conn. 79), 100. 
Andrews v. Andrews (110 111. 223), 731, 

743, 819. 
Andrews v. Andrews (12 Ind. 348), 230. 
Andrews v. Bishop (5 Allen, 490), 1325. 
Andrews v. Cape Ann Bank (3 Allen, 

313), 59. 
Andrews v. Durant (18 N. Y. 496), 1404. 
Andrews, Ex parte (2 Rose, 410), 1029, 

1030, 1031, 1155, 1538. 
Andrews, lnre (1 Johns. Ch. 99), 825. 
Andrews v Harriott (4 Cow. 517) , 812. 
Andrews v. Hobson (23 Ala. 219), 152, 

393, 17S0. 
Andrews v. Jones (10 Ala. 400), 286, 675, 

678, 683. 
Andrews v. Powis (2 Bro. P. C. 604), 

842. 
Andrews v. Sparhawk (13 Pick. 393), 

462, 1653. 
Andrews s. Welling (84 Hun, 40), 1607. 
Andrust). Coleman (82 111. 26; 25 Am. 

Rep. 289), 574. 
Anewalt's Appeal (42 Pa. St. 414), 304, 

987. 
Angellti. Dawson (3 T. & C. 317), 992. 
Angell v. Jewett (58 111. App. 596), 988. 
Angellti. McCullough (12 R. I. 47), 710. 
Angier v. Angier (Gilb. Eq. 152), 722. 
Angus v Angus (West'sRep. 23), 35. 
Ankeney v. Hannon (147 U. S. 118; 13 S. 

Ct. 206), 710. 
Anketel v Converse (17 Ohio St. 11; 91 

Am. Dee. 115), 577. 
Annandaleu. Harris (2 P. ffms, 432), 

560. 
Annesley, In re (Amb. 78), 330. 
Annesley v. Simeon (4Madd. 390; , v,no. 
Annisi;. Wilson (15 Colo. 236; 25 Pao. 

Rep. 304) 341. 
Ancaster v. Mayor (1 Bro. Ch. 454), 1525. 
Anon. (Carth. 15), 215. 
Anon. (1 Ch. Cas. 267), 763. 
Anon. (Jacob, 265), 842. 
Anon. (Loflt, 492), 1102. 
Anon. (4Madd. 473), 1564. 
Anon. (6Madd. 10), 1573. 
Anon. (Moseley, 96), 1652. 
Anon. (1 P. Wms. 327), 641. 
Anon. (1 Palk. 154), 1347. 
Anon. (Sel. Oh. Cas. 67), 1632. 



Anon. (4 Sim. 359), 1571. 

Anon. (5 Sim. 322), 904. 

Anon. (lVern. 162), 593. 

Anon. (12Ves. 5), 842, 1576. 

Analey v. Pasahro (22 Neb. 662) , 578. 

Anson v. Potter (L. R. 13 Oh. D. 141), 

1665. 
Anson v. Somerset R. Co. (85 Me. 79; 26 

Atl. Rep. 996), 895. 
Anstice v. Brown (6 Paige, 448), 257, 363. 
Austruthem. Adair (2 Myl. & K. 513), 

682. 
Anthej). Helde (85 Ala. 236; 4 So. Rep. 

380), 197, 313. 
Anthony v. Rees (2 Cromp. & J. 75), 913, 

919, 1072. 
Antones v. Eslava (9 Port. 527), 750. 
Antrim v. Buckingham (2 Freem. 168), 

24. 
Antrobus v. Smith (12 Ves. 39), 146, 147, 

151. 
App v. Lutheran Congregation (66 Pa. 

St. 201), 793. 
Appeal of Agnew (12 Atl. Rep. 160) , 721. 
Appeal Germania Sav. Bank (95 Pa. St. 

329), 710. 
Appeal of Korchling (144 Pa. St. 215, 22 

Atl. Rep. 808), 710. 
Appeal of York County Bane (32 Pa. 

St. 446), 600. 
Apples). Allen (3 Jones Eq. 120), 652, 

671, 672, 1275. 
Appleby v. Duke (1 Hare, 303), 975. 
Appleton v. Boyd (7 Mass. 131) , 216, 217, 

322. 
Appleton v. Rowley (L. R. 8 Eq. 139) , 

672, 1264, 1277. 
Arbuthnot v, Norton (5 Moor. P. C. 219), 

38. 
Archer v. Hudson (7 Beav. 551), 218, 289, 

354. 
Archer v. Hudson (15 L. J. Ch. 211), 

286. 
Archer v. Zeh (5 Hill (N. Y.), 203), 944. 
Ardillw. Savage (llr. Eq. 79), 897. 
Ardis v. Printup (39 G i. 648), 101. 
Arglasseu. Muschamp (1 Vern. 75), 35. 
Arkansas Valley, etc. Co. v. Eicholtz 

(45 Kan. 164) , 411. 
Arkwright, Ex parte (3 M. D & De G. 

129) , 600. 
Arkwright v. Newbold (L. R. 17 Ch. D. 

301), 475. 
Arlin v. Brown (44 N. H. 102), 579. 
Arline«. Miller (22 Ga. 330), 600. 
Armfleld v. Armfield (1 Freem. Ch. 311), 

99. 
Armitage v. Rector (62 Miss. 600), 1390. 
Armor v. Alexander (10 Paige, 571) , 398. 
Armour-Cudahy Co. v. First Nat. Bank 
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Armstrongs. Armstrong (8 Ir. Eq. 1), 

293. 
Armstrongs. Armstrong (L. R. 18 Eq. 

541), 1118, 1528. 
Armstrong s. Byrne (1 Edw. Ch. 79), 

1369, 1402. 
Armstrong s. Campbell (3 Terg. 201), 

414,461,462, 1533,1537. 
Armstrong v. Huston (8 Ohio, 552), 

390. 
Armstrongs Morrill (14Wall. 138), 877, 

889, 1118, 1228, 1392. 
Armstrong s. Park (9 Humph. 196), 895. 
Armstrongs. Peirse (3 Burr. 1898), 1559. 
Armstrongs. Ross (20 N. J. Eq. 109), 

576, 708. 
Armstrong s. Sanford (7 IVIinn. 49), 

1465, 1468. 
Armstrong s. Stovall (26 Miss. 275), 665, 

707. 
Armstrong s. Toler (11 Wheat. 268), 

555, 565. 
Armstrongs. Walkup (12 Gratt. 608), 

1253, 1255. 
Armstrong v. Zane (12 Ohio St. 287), 

1666, 1678. 
Armstrong's Estate (6 Watts, 236), 1688. 
Arnett v. Glenn (52 Ark. 253), 689. 
Arnolds. Arnold (41 S. Car. 291; 19 S. E. 

Rep. 670), 135. 
Arnolds. Bright (41 Mich. 207), 473. 
Arnolds. Brown (24 Pick. 96; 35 Am. 

Dec. 296), 383,1171. 
Arnold v. Chapman (1 Ves. Sr. 108), 255, 

259, 802. 
Arnolds. ChequeBank (L. R. ICom. P. 

DiV. 578), 1634. 
Arnold s. Cord (16 Ind. 177), 218, 231, 500, 

518. 
Arnold s. Gilbert (3 Sandf. Ch. 531), 

1119. 
Arnold s. Grimes (2 Iowa, 1), 1408. 
Arnold, In re (L. R. 37 Ch. D. 637), 803. 
Arnold s. Patrick (6 Paige, 310), 163. 
Arnolds. Stevens (24 Pick. 106), 984. 
Arnolds. Woodhaws (L. It. 16 Eq. 29), 

667. 
Arnot s. Biscoe (1 Ves. 96), 495. 
Arnwines. Carroll (4 Halst. Ch. 620), 

1640. 
Arran s. Tyrawley (1 B. & B. 106), 1540. 
Arricks. Durham (79 Mo. 174), 576. 
Arringtons. Cherry (10 Ga. 429), 1077. 
Arrington s. Roper (3 Tenn. Ch. 572), 

710. 
Arrowsmith s. Van Harlinger (Coxe, 

26), 401. 
Arthur s. Arthur (19 Ir. Eq. 511), 654. 
Arthur Average Ass'n, In re (L. R. 10 

Ch. D, 542), 560. 



Arthur v. Cole (56 Md. 100; 40 Am. Rep. 

310), 181. 
Arthur s. Commercial Bank (9 Sm. <fe 

&M. 394; 48 Am. Dec. 719), 10, 1411. 
Arthur v. Master in Equity (1 Harp. Eq. 

47), 1176. 
Arundell s. Phipps (10 Ves. 144), 645. 

647. 
Arzbacher s. Mayer (53 Wis. 380), 1297. 
Asay s. Hoover (5 Pa. St. 35), 971. 
Asche s. Asche (113 N". Y. 232), 110, 1752. 
Asches. Bowen (lOPhila. 96), 52, 671. 
Ashbrooke s. Roberts (82 Ky . 298), 575. 
Ashbunham s. Thompson (13 Ves. 402), 

387, 1255. 
Ashburner s. Parrish (81 Pa. St. 52), 

558. ■ 
Ashburton s. Ashburton (6 Ves. 6), 830, 

1169. 
Ashby v. Blackwell (2 Eden, 299), 1194. 
Ashby s. Palmer (1 Meriv. 296), 259, 

299. 
Ashcraft s. Little (4 Ired. Eq. 236), 655, 

656. 
Ashley v. Bailey (2 Ves. 368), 443. 
Ashley s. Cunningham (16 Ark. 168), 

452. 
Ashley s. Robinson (29 Ala. 112; 65 Am. 

Dec. 371), 71. 
Aahs' Appeal (80 Pa. St. 497), 1308. 
Ashfon s. Ashton (1 Coll. Jur. 402), 

113. 
Ashton s. Ashton (1 Ves. 264), 717. 
Ashton v. Atlantic Bank (3 Allen, 217), 

457, 1649, 1660, 1731. 
Ashton s. Dalton (2 Coll. 565), 600. 
Ashton s. Langdale (4 Eng. L. & Eq. 

80), 40, 737. 
Ashton s. Thompson (32 Minn. 25), 286, 

289. 
Ashton s. Wood (L. R. 6 Eq. 419), 249. 
Ashurst s. Ashurst (13 Ala. 781), 1686. 
Ashursts. Givens (5 Watts & S. 329), 

42, 913, 919, 921, 1295, 1305. 
Ashurst s. Mason (L. R. 20 Eq. 225), 

1231. 
Ashursts. Martin (9 Port. 566), 1818. 
Ashurst's Appeal (10 P. P. Smith, 290), 

392, 406, 411, 468. 
Ashurst's Appeal (77 Pa. St. 464), 1273, 

1307. 
Ashwell s. Lomi (L. R. 2 P. & D. 477), 

296. 
Ashworth s. Outram (L. R. 5 Ch. D. 

423), 712. 
Askew v. Rooth (L. R. 17 Eq. 426), 656. 
Askew v. Sanders (84 Ala. 356), 1508. 
Aspinwall s. Jones (117 Mo. 209), 398. 
Aspinwall s. Petvin (1 Sim. & Stu. 550), 

178. 



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Association v. Lowdermilk(50Md. 175), 

1649. 
Association v. McAllister (153 Mass. 

293; 26 N. E. Rep. 862), 1031. 
Aster v. Wells (4 Wheat. 466), 443. 
Aston's Estate (5 Whart. 228), 1205, 1253, 

1288. 
Astley v. Essex (L. R. 6 Oh. 898), 1118. 
Astley v. Miller (1 Sim. 298), 979, 1432. 
Atcherly v. Vernon (10 Mod. 531), 654. 
Atcheapn v. Lemann (9 Wick. 584 ; 23 L. 

T. 302), 663. 
Atchison v. Lindsey (6 B. Mon. 86) , 1726. 
Atherton v. Worth (1 Dick. 375), 1380. 
Athol Machine Co. v. Puller (107 Mass. 

437), 707. 
Atkins v. Delmage (12 Ir. Eq. 2), 419. 
Atkins v. Kron (1 Ired. Oh. 58; Sired. 

207), 28, 257. 
Atkins v. Withers (94 N. Oar. 581), 431. 
Atkinson v. Atkinson (8 Allen, 15), 

827. 
Atkinson v. Beall (33 Ga. 153), 675. 
Atkinson, In re (2 DeG.,M. & G. 140), 

1116. 
Atkinson v. Jordan (5 Ohio, 247), 1331, 

1369, 1373. 
Atkinson v. Rochester Print. Co. (114 

N. Y. 168), 1607. 
Atkinson v. Tomlinson (1 Ohio St. 237), 

226. 
Atkinson v. Ward (47 Ark. 633), 533, 

1257. 
Atlantic Bank v. Merchants' Bank (10 

Gray, 532), 530, 1634. 
Atlantic Delaine Co. v. James (94 U. S. 

207), 477. 
Atlee v. Hawe (L. R. 9 Ch. D. 337), 813. 
Atterbury v. Wallis (8 De G., M. & G. 

454), 443, 494. 
Attorney-General v. Alford (4 DeG.,M. 

&G 843), 1194, 1257. 
Attorney-General v. Andrew (3 Ves. 

633) , 771. 
Attorney-General v. Aspinwall (2 Myl. 

&Cr. 613), 10. 
Attorney-General v. Baliol College (9 

Mod. 411), 608. 
Attorney-General v. Barbour (121 Mass. 

568), 879, 900. 
Attorney-General v. Bedford (10 Beav. 

505), 782. 
Attorney-General v. Bedford (2 Ves. 

505; 5 Sim. 578), 782. 
Attorney-General v. Bentham (1 Ves. 

543), 985. 
Attorney-General v. Berryman (1 Dick. 

168), 756. 
Attorney General v. Beverly (6 De G., 

M. &G. 256), 823. 



Attorney-General v. Bishop of Chester 

(IBro. Ch. 444), 763. 
Attorney-General v. Bishop of London 

(3Bro. Ch. 171), 765. 
Attorney-General v. Bishop of Worces- 
ter (9 Hare, 328), 775. 
Attorney -General v. Black (11 Ves. 191). 

785. 
Attorney General v. Boucherett (25 

Bear. 116), 788. 
Attorney-General v, Boultbee (2 Ves. 

Jr. 387), 759,765, 767, 771. 
Attorney General v. Bowyer (3 Ves. 

714), 763, 774, 819,970. 
Attorney General v. Brewery Co. (1 

Merfv. 498). 822, 1537. 
Attorney-General v. Brewers Co. (1 P. 

Wms. 376), 1679. 
Attorney-General v. Brickdale (8 Beav. 

223), 1125. 
Attorney-General v. Briggs (164 Mass. 

661; 42 N. E. Rep. 118), 776. 
Attorney-General v. Bristol (2 J. & W. 

321; Shelford, 498), 822, 823, 824. 
Attorney-General v. Brown (1 Swans, 

265), 737. 
Attorney-General v. Brown;s Hospital 

(17 Sim. 137), 782. 
Attorney-General v. Buckland (1 Ves. 

231), 166,641. 
Attorney-General v. Bunce (L. E. 20 Eq. 

483), 732. 
Attorney-General v. Bund (L. R. 6 Eq. 

663), 767. 
Attorney-General v. Bushby (24 Beav. 

299), 737. 
Attorney -General v. Cains, Coll. (2 Keen 

165), 18, 906. 
Attorney-General v. Catharine Hall 

(Jac. 392), 782. 
Attorney-General v. Chester (1 Bro.Ch. 

444), 810, 819. 
Attorney-General v. Christ's Hospital 

(3 Myl. &K. 344), 823. 
Attorney-General v-, Clark (1 Beav. 

474), 904,906,1004. 
Attorney-General v. Clarke (Amb. 422), 

735. 
Attorney -General v. Clare Hall (3 Atk. 

675) , 785. 
Attorney -General v. Clarendon (17 Ves. 

499), 18, 426, 782, 785, 788, 906. 
Attorney-General v. Clergy Soo. (8 

Rich. Eq. 190), 750 
Attorney-General©. Clifton (32 Beav. 

596), 906. 
Attorney-General v. Combe (2 Oh. Cas. 

13), 763. 
Attorney-General v. Comber (2 S. & S. 
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Attorney-General v. Cooper (1 Bro. Ch. 

439), 906. 
Attorney-General v. Coopers' Co. (3 

Beav. 29), 756, 772. 
Attorney-General v. Coventry (7 Bro. 

P. C. 236), 78S, 822. 
Attorney-General v. Craven (21 Beav. 

392), 765, 771. 
Attorney-General v. Cunning (2 T. & C. 

Ch. 139), 907, 1123, 1130. 
Attorney-General v. Curran (1 J. & W. 

229), 904. 
Attorney-General v. Daugars (33 Beav. 

621), 906. 
Attorney-General v. Dedham School 

(23 Beav. 350), 782, 785. 
Attorney-General v. Dixie (2 Myl. & K. 

342), 772, 782,947. 
Attorney-General v. Downing (Wilmot, 

1; Dick. 14; Ami). 560), 819. 
Attorney -General v. Doyler (2 Eq. Ca. 

Abr. 194), 896. 
Attorney-General v. Drapers' Co. (2 

Beav. 508), 756, 772. 
Attorney-General v. Drummond (1 Con. 

& Laws. 210; 1 Dr. & W. 353), 798, 801, 

1575. 
Attorney -General v. Dulwich College 

(4 Beav. 255), 782. 
Attorney-General v. Dyson (2 S. & S. 

628), 904. 
Attorney-General v. Eastlake (11 Hare, 

205), 737. 
Attorney-General v. Exeter (Jac. 448), 

822, 1536,1541. 
Attorney-General v. Fed. St. Meeting 

House (3 Gray, 1), 942, 1639. 
Attorney-General v. Fishmongers' Co. 

5 Myl. &Cr. 11), 741, 823. 
Attorney-General v. Fletcher (5 L. J. 

Ch. 75), 778. 
Attorney-General v. Floyer (2 Vern. 

748), 873. 
Attorney -General v. Foundling Hos- 
pital (2 Ves. Jr. 47), 18, 782, 788. 
Attorney-General v. Garrison (101 

Mass. 223), 748, 817, 1575. 
Attorney General v. Gaunt (3 Swanst. 

148), 781. 
Attorney-General v. Geary (3 Meriv. 

613), 1025, 1026. 
Attorney-General v. Gill (2 P. Wms. 

369) , 819. 
Attorney-General v. Gladstone (13 Sim. 

7), 770. 
Attorney-General v. Gly (1 Atk. 356), 

1038. 
Attorney-General v. Glyn (12 Sim. 84), 

765, 771. 



Attorney-General v. Gower (Barn. 150), 

1569. 
Attorney-General v. Graves (Amb. 168), 

802. 
Attorney-General v. Green (2 Bro. Ch. 

492), 759, 765. 
Attorney General v. Guise (2 Vern. 

266) , 757. 
Attorney-General v. Haberdashers' Co. 

(1 Ves. Jr. 295), 772. 
Attorney-General v. Hall (W. Eel. 13), 

819. 
Attorney-General v. Hamilton (1 

Madd. 214), 1075. 
Attorney-General v. Hankey (L. R. 16 

Bq. 140), 768, 770. 
Attorney-General v. Hartley (2 J. & W. 

382), 817. 
Attorney-General v. Heells (2 S. & S. 

67), 737. 
Attorney-General v. Hewer (2 Vern. 

387), 733. 
Attorney-General v. Hicks (3 Bro. Ch. 

166), ".64, 771. 
Attorney-General v. Hickman (2 Eq. 

Cas. Ab. 193), 755, 756. 
Attorney -General v. Holland (2 T. & C. 

683), 1234. 
Attorney -General v. Hurst (2 Cox, 364), 

772. 
Attorney-General v. Hutton (7 Ir. Eq 

Eep. 612) , 793, 801. 
Attorney -General v. Illinois Agr. Col- 
lege (85111. 516), 1625. 
Attorney-General v. Ironmongers' Co. 

2 Beav. 313; 2 Myl. & E. 676; 1 Cr. & 

P. 220), 18, 756, 765, 766, 772. 
Attorney-General v. Jackson, (11 Ves. 

365), 754, 755. 
Attorney-General v. Jolly (1 Rich. Eq . 

99; 2 Strobh. Eq. 379), 750. 
Attorney-General v. Eohler (9 H. L. 

Cas. 654), 1194. 
Attorney-General v. Landerfield (9 

Mod. 286), 18. 
Attorney -General v. Laws (8 Hare, 32), 

732, 765. 
Attorney-General v. Lepine (2 Swanst. 

181; 19 Ves. 309), 811. 
Attorney-General v. Liverpool (1 Myl. 

&Cr. 210), 1573. 
Attorney-General v. Locke (3 Atk. 165), 

782. 
Attorney-General «. London (3 Bro. 

Ch. 171; 1 Ves. Jr. 243), 764, 771,811, 

817,906. 
Attorney-General v. Lonsdale (1 Sim. 

105), 737. 
Attorney-General v. Magdalen Colle 6 e 

(10 Beav. 402), 782. 



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Attorney-General v. Magdalen College 

(18 Bear. 239), 1540. 
Attorney -General v. Magdalen College 

(6H. L. Cas. 189), 823. 
Attorney -General s. Mansfield (2 Russ. 

520), 817. 
Attorney-General s. Margaret Profes- 
sors (lVern. 55), 733. 
Attorney-General s. Mayor of Bristol 

(2 J. &W. 321), 772. 
Attorney-General s. Mayor of Dublin 

(1 Bligh (N. S.), 312), 741, 744. 
Attorney General v. Mayor of Newbury 

1.3 Myl. &K. 647), 824. 
Attorney-GeDeral s. Mayor of Norwich 

(2 Myl. &Cr. 406), 1739. 
Attorney-General v. Mayor of Stratford 

(Barnard Ch. 36), 824. 
Attorney-General s. Meeting House (2 

Gray, 1),824. 
Attorney-General v. Meyrick (2 Ves. 

46), 970. 
Attorney-Generals. Merchant (L. R. 3 

Eq.424), 772. 
Attorney-Generals. Middloton (2 Ves. 

327), 742, 782, 788. 
Attorney-General v. Milner (3 Atk. 115), 

1528. 
Attorney -Generals. Minister (36 N. T. 

452), 929. 
Attorney-General s. Minshull (4 Ves. 

14), 765. 
Attorney-General s. Moore (19 N. J. 

Eq. 503), 749, 782, 788. 
Attorney-General v. Morgan (2 Russ. 

306) , 1242. 
Attorney -Generals. Mosely (2 De G. & 

Sm. 398), 1119, 1537. 
Attorney-General s. Murdoch (2 Kay & 

J. 571), 1680. 
Attorney-General s. Nichol (16 Ves. 

343), 985. 
Attorney -General s. Northumberland 

(L. R. 7Ch. D. 745), 736. 
Attorney-General s. Norwich (2 Myl. 

&Cr. 406), 1703. 
Attorney-General s. Oglander (3 Bro. 

Ch. 166), 759, 764. 
Attorney -Generals. Old South Soc. (13 

Allen, 474), 784, 823. 
Attorney-Generals. Owen (10 Ves. 560), 

1003, 1027. 
Attorney-Generals. Parker (126 Mass. 

216), 734, 745. 
Attorney-General s. Payne (27 Beav. 

168), 823, 824. 
Attorney-General s. Pearson (3 Meriv. 

353; 7 Sim. 290), 732, 79S, 801. 
Attorney -General v. Piatt (Finch, 221), 

763. 



Attorney-Generals. Power (1 B. & B. 

145), 757. 
Attorney-General s. Price (17 Ves. 371), 

632, 637, 735. 
Attorney-General s. Purmont (S Paige, 

620), 469. 
Attorney-General s. Pyle (1 Atk. 435), 

765. 
Attorney-General s. Ref. Prot. Dutch 

Church (33 Barb. 303) , 824. 
Attorney-Generals. Ritchfleld (5 Ves. 

825), 873. 
Attorney-General s. Rochester (5 De 

G.,M. &G. 822), 823, 824. 
Attorney-General s. St. Cross' Hosp. 

(17 Beav. 435), 782. 
Attorney-Generals. St. John's Hosp. 

(HJur. (N. S.) 629), 824. 
Attorney-General s. St. John's Hosp. 

l2DeG.,J. &S. 621), 18. 
Attorney-General v. St. John's Hosp. 

(L. R. 1 Ch. 92), 764, 773, 774. 
Attorney-General s. Sand (Hard. 495), 

2,41,42. 
Attorney-General v. Scott ^Talb. 139), 

963. 
Attorney-General v. Scott (1 Ves. 413), 

639, 965, 1056, 1089, 1130. 
Attorney-General s. Shore (1 Myl. & 

Cr. 394; 12 Sm. 426), 866. 
Attorn ey-Ge neral v. Shore (11 Sim. 592; 

16 Sim. 210), 798, 905. 
Attorney-General s. Shore (7 Sim. 309), 

1575. 
Attorney-General s. Skinner Co. (2 

Russ. 407), 742. 
Attorney-General s. Shearman (2Beav. 

104), 1130. 
Attorney-General s. Smythies i.2 Myl. 

& Cr. 135), 782. 
Attorney-General s. Solly (2 Sim. 518), 

1255. 
Attorney General s. Soule (28 Mich. 

153), 734, 751, 756. 
Attorney-General s. Southmolton (14 

Beav. 357), 181. 
Attorney-General s. South Sea Co. (.4 

Beav. 453), 788. 
Attorney-General s. Stafford (Barn. 33), 

18. 
Attorney-Generals. Stamford (1 Pb.Hl. 

737), 906. 
Attorney-General s. Stephens (3 Myl. 

&K. 347), 625, 906. 
Attorney-Generals. Stephney (10 Ves. 

22), 731. 
Attorney-General s. Stewart (L. R. 14 

Eq. 17), 756, 764, 774. 
Attorney-General s. Sturge (19 Beav. 

597), 811. 



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Attorney-General v. Syderfen (1 Vern. 

224; 1 Eq. Cas. Abr. 96; 2 Freem. 

261), 778. 
Attorney-General v. Tancred (Amb. 

351; 1 Wm. Black. 90; 1 Eden, 10), 

733, 742. 
Attorney-General v. Tompkins (Amb. 

217), 802. 
Attorney-General v. Tonna (4 Bro. Ch. 

103), 772. 
Attorney-General v. Tonner (2 Ves. Jr. 

295), 772. 
Attorney-General v. Trinity Church (9 

Allen, 422), 748, 772. 
Attorney -General v. Tyndal (2 Eden, 

211), 802. 
Attorney-General v. Utlca Ins. Co. (2 

Johns. Ch. 384), 18, 788. 
Attorney-General v. Vint (3 De G. & 

Sra. 705), 765. 
Attorney-General v. Wax Chandlers' 

Co. (L. R. 6 H. L. Cas. 1), 788. 
Attorney-General v. Wax Chandlers' 

Co. (L. E. 8 Eq. 452; L. E. 5 Ch. 

503), 772. 
Attorney-General v. Wallace (7 B. Mon^ 

611), 746, 748. 
Attorney-General v. Wansay (15 Ves. 

232), 759, 772. 
Attorney-General v. Weymouth (Amb. 

20), 256. 
Attorney-General v. Whitohurch (3 

Ves. 143), 765. 
Attorney-General v. Whiteley (11 Ves. 

251) , 772. 
Attorney-General v. Whorwood (1 Ves. 

636), 18. 
Attorney-General v. Winchelsea (3 

Bro. Ch. 373), 772, 865. 
Attorney-General v. Wilson (16 Sim. 

210), 801. 
Attorney-General v, Wilson (1 Cr. & P. 

1), 10, 1230, 1588. 
Attorney-General v. Wilson (3 Myl. & 

K. 362), 770, 771, 772. 
Attorney-General v. Wyville (28 Beav. 

464), 1679. 
Attndge v. Billings (57 111. 489), 827. 
Atw&terv. Einman (Harr. 243), 1515. 
Atwcll v. Atwell (L. E. 13 Eq. 23), 304. 
Atwood v. Fisk (101 Mass. 363), 560, 562. 
Atwood v. Lamprey (3 P. Wms. 127), 

529. 
Atwood v. Vincent (17 Conn. '575), 579. 
Aubin v. Holt (2 Kay & J. 66), 660. 
Aubrey v. Middleton (2 Eq. Cas. Abr. 

479), 1355. 
Aubry v. Doyl (1 Ch. Cas. 180), 180. 
Aubuchon v. Bender (44 Mo. 560), 1424, 

1744. 



Augue's Estate (2 Fhila. 137), 1210. 
Auguisola v. Arnaz (51 Cal. 435), 1719. 
Augusta v. Walton (77 Ga. 517), 19, 111. 
Augustlni v. Academy (55 Ala. 493), 

1242. 
Auley«. Osterman (65 Wis. 118), 1414. 
Aultman & Taylor Co. v. Frasure (95 

Ky. 429; 26 S. W. Eep. 5), 706. 
Aultman v. Obermyer (6 Neb. 260), 708. 
Austin v. Austin (L. E. 4 Ch. 1). 233), 

995. 
Austin v. Belt (20 Johns. 442), 1333, 1366, 

1369, 1404. 
Austin v. Brown (6 Paige, 448), 43.. 
Austin v. Moore (7 Met. 116), 1240. 
Austin v. Shaw (10 Allen, 552), 1122. 
Austin v. Spragne Mfg. Co. (14 E. I. 

464), 1440. 
Austin v. Taylor (1 Eden, 361) , 8, 90, 94. 
Austin v. Underwood (37 111. 438), 588. 
Austin v. Wilson (21 Ind. 252), 1663 
Australian, etc. Co. v. Mounsey (4 Kay 

& J. 733), 1032. 
Autenreith, In re (3 Dem. 200) , 959, 1057, 

1138. 
Aveling v. Knipe (19 Ves. 441), 216, 216. 
Averill v. Loucks (6 Barb. 470), 1367. 
Averly v. Averly (1 Mete. 117), 993. 
Avery v. Avery (90 Ky. 613; 14 S. W- 

Rep. 693), 889. 
Avery v. Clark (87 Cal. 619; 22 Am. St. 

Eep. 272), 574. 
Avery v. Cleary (132 U. S. 604), 1541. 
Avery v. Osborn (Barn. 34), 1679. 
Avery v. Vansickle (35 Ohio St. 270), 709. 
Ayer®. Ayer (16 Pick. 327), 59, 647. 652, 

930,932. 
Ayeru. City of Bangor (85 Me. 611; 27 

Atl. Eep. 523), 19,1173. 
Ayer v. Eitter (29 S. Car. 136), 912, 1279. 
Ayers v. Meth. Church (3 Sand. 351), 

21. 
Ayers v. Weed (16 Conn. 291), 892. 
Aylettu. Ashton (lMyl. & Cr. 105), 645. 
Ayliff v. Murray (2 Atk. 59), 977, 1683. 
Alward v. Kearney (2B.&B. 463), 287. 
Aymar v. Roff (3 Johns. Ch. 4" 1 ), 625. 
Aynesworth t>. Halderman (2Duv.665), 



327. 



B. 



Babbitt v. Babbitt (26 N. J. Eq. 44), 183, 

996, 1004. 
Babeoek v. Dill (43 Barb. 577), 1404. 
Babcoek v. Hubbard (56 Conn. 284), 

1058, 1712. 
Back v. Andrew (2 Vern. 120), 335. 
Baekes' Will, In re (9 Misc. Eep. 504; 

30 N. T. Rupl. 394), 731,807. 
Backhaus v. Backhaus (70 Wis. 518), 

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Backus v. Burke (48 Minn. 260; 51 N. 

W. Rep. 284), 1450. 
Bacon v. Bacon (55 Vt. 243), 995. 
Bacon v. Bacon (5 Ves. 334), 1006, 1057, 

1128, 1140, 1244, 1341. 
Bacon v. Chiles (10 Pet. 223), 392. 
Bacon v. Markley (46 Ind. 116), 478. 
Bacon v. Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. 

Co. (131 U. S. 258) 1508. 
Bacon v. Ransom (139 Mass. 117; 29 N. 

E. Rep. 473), 135. 
Bacon v. Rives (106 U. S. 99), 1535. 
Bacon's Appeal (57 Pa. St. 504), 944, 

1267. 
Bacon's Estate (6 Phila. 335), 932. 
Baeotu. Hey ward (5 S. Car. 441), 948, 

993, 1047, 1343, 1344. 
Badder v. Harris (2 Dow. & Ry. 76), 

926. 
Badger v. Badger (2 Wall. 87), 464. 
Badger v. Williams (1 D. Chip. 137), 

556. 
Badgett v. Keating (31 Ark. 400), 977, 

1557. 
Badgley v. Voltrain (68111. 25), 151. 
Bagbyu. Waters (7 Ohio St. 359), 226. 
Bagenal v. Bagenal (6 Bro. P. C. 81), 

1529. 
Baggota. Meux (lPhill. Ch. 627; 1 Coll. 

Ch. 138), 651, 663, 667, 668, 669. 
Baggottu. Sawyer (25 S. Car. 405), 1544. 
Bagnall v. Carleton (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

371), 494. 
Bagshaw t>. Spencer (2 Atk. 582), 91. 
Bagshaw v. Spencer (1 Coll. Jur. 402), 

112. 
Bagshaw v. Spencer (1 Ves. 151), 114, 

919, 920, 937, 942, 1326, 1327. 
Bahin v. Hughes (L. R. 31 Ch. D. 390), 

1022, 1588. 
Baier v. Beberlch (6 Mo. App. 537), 

377. 
Bailey v. .Sltna Ins. Co. (10 Allen, 350), 

395. 
Bailey v. Bailey (2 Del. Ch. 95), 864, 867. 
Bailey v. Bailey (28 Hun, 603), 618. 
Bailey v. Bailey (97 N. T. 460) , 1746. 
Bailey v. Bailey (8 Ohio, 239), 141. 
Bailey v. Bailey (16 R. I. 251; 14 Atl. 

Rep. 917), 1562, 1600, 1602. 
Bailey v. Bailey (67 Vt. 494; 32 Atl. Rep. 

470), 1564. 
Bailey v. Bergen (67 N. T. 346), 1400. 
Bailey v. Eklns (2 Dick. 632), 881. 
Bailey, Ex parte (15 R. I. 60), 1013. 
Bailey, Ex parte (13 R. I. 543), 1159, 1192. 
Bailey v. Glover (21 Wall. 342), 1540, 

1541. 
Bailey v. Gould (4 T. & C. Ex. 221; 8 

Hare, 216), 1029, 1155. 



Bailey v. Hammond (7 Ves. 590), 985. 
Bailey v. Hemenway (147 Mass. 326), 

313. 
Bailey v. Hollister (26 N. T. 112) , 962. 
Bailey v. Inglee (2 Paige, 279; 4 Paige, 

23), 1231, 1625. 
Bailey, In re (58 How. Pr. 446), 1421. 
Bailey v. Irvine (72 Ala. 505), 75. 
Bailey v. Manfg. Co. (32 Kan. 73), 1364. 
Bailey v. Mills (27 Tex. 434), 1368. 
Bailey j). Pearson (29 N. H. 77), 708. 
Bailey v. Powell (2 Vern. 361), 245. 
Bailey «. Stiles (1 Green Ch. 223), 337, 

559. 
Bailey v. Timberlake (74 Ala. 221), 1510. 
Bailey v. Watkins (Sugd. Law of Prop. 

726), 426, 430. 
Bailey v. Wilson (1 Dev. & Bat. 182), 

432. 
Baillie v. MeKerven (35 Beav. 177), 600. 
Bain v. Buff (76 Va. 371), 711. 
Bain v. Lescher (11 Sim. 397), 654. 
Balnbridge u. Blair (3 Beav. 421), 1576. 
Bainbridge v. Blair (1 De G. & S. 164), 

904. 
Baines v. McGhee (1 Sm. & M. 208), 456, 

1656. 
Bainham v. Manning (2 Vern. 242), 660. 
Bairdti. Brookin (86 Ga. 709; 12 S. E. 

Rep. 981), 1614. 
Baird's Appeal (3 W. & S. 459), 980. 
Baird's Case a W. & S. 288), 855. 
Bakeman v. Montgomery (1 McCart. 

106), 452. 
Baker v. Baker (22 Minn. 262), 334, 349, 

372, 373. 
Baker v. Baker (31 Pac. Rep. 355), 57. 
Baker v. Bait (2 Moore P. C. 317) 297. 
Bakers. Bliss (39 N. T. 76), 456, 460, 

1659. 
Baker v. Bradley (7 De G., M. & G. 597), 

668. 
Baker v. Brown (146 Mass. 369; 15 K". E. 

Rep. 783), 1283, 1294, 1312. 
Baker v. Carter (1 T. & C. 255), 1591. 
Baker v. Compton (52 Tex. 462), 578. 
Baker v. Crookshank (1 Whart. Dig. 

370), 1091. 
Baker v. Disbrow (3 Redf. 348), 1203, 

1210, 1218. 
Baker v. Evans (1 Wins. Eq. 109), 152. 
Baker v. Fales (16 Mass. 487), 789. 
Baker v. Faris (61 Mo. 389), 556. 
Baker v. Gregory (22 Ala. 544; 65 Am. 

Dec. 366),698,704. 
Baker v. Halligan j.75 Mo. 435), 1487. 
Baker v. Harder (6 Thomp. & C. 442), 

699, 709. 
Baker v. Hollabaugh (15 Ark. 322), 66. 
Baker In re (35 Hun, 272), 1692. 



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Baker v. Jordan (73 N. Car. 145), 551 

553. 
Baker v. Leathers (3 Ind. 558), 352, 366. 
Baker v. Lorillard (4 N. Y. 257), 830. 
Baker v. Read (18 Beav. 398), 392, 404. 
Baker v. Reel (4 Dana, 158), 178. 
Baker v. Riddle (1 Bald. 394), 96. 
Baker v. Springfield & W. Mo. Ry. (86 

Mo. 75), 327. 
Baker v. Tibbetts (162 Mass. 468; 39 N. 

E. Rep. 350), 1247. 
Baker u.Updike (155 111. 54; 39 N. E. 

Rep. 587), 581. 
Baker v. Vining (30 Me. 121; 50 Am. 

Dec. 617), 308, 357,362. 
Baker i.Wa'l (59 Mo. 265), 935. 
Baker v. Washington (3 Stew. & P. 

142), 956. 
Baker j. Whiting (3 Sunm. 475), 193, 

392, 398,413, 415, 461, 1535, 1536. 
Baker's Appeal (9 Harris, 76), 600. 
linker's Appeal (120 Pa. St. 83) , 1171. 
Bakewell v. Ogden (2 Bush, 265), 1082, 

1084, 
Balehen«. Scott (2 Ves. Jr. 678), 882. 
Baldridgew. Walton (1 Mo. 620), 1490. 
Baldwin v. Allison (4 Minn. 25;, 392, 
Baldwin v. Campfield (4 Halst. 891), 

258, 279, 2S0. 
Baldwins. Hatchett (56 Ala. 461), 1217. 
Baldwin v. Humphrey (44 N. Y. 609 1, 50, 

154, 979. 
Baldwin v. Hunter (44 N, Y. 609), 60. 
Baldwin v. Johnson (Saxt. 441), 1E5 
Baldwin v. Lyons (19 Abb. Pr. 32), 1413. 
Baldwins. Peet (22 Tex. 708), 1385. 
Baldwin v. Porter (12 Conn. 473), 884. 
Bales v. Perry (51 Mo. 449), 996, 1055, 

1096, 1243, 1453, 1455, 1456, 1470. 
Balfour v. Welland (16 Ve3. 151), 1330, 

1654, 1665. 
Ball v. Carew (13 Pick. 28), 392. 
Ball*;. Coults (1 Ves. & B. 305,, 717. 
Ball*. Harris (4 Myl. & Cr. 264; 8 Sim. 

485), 1073, 1091. 
Ball v. Montgomery (2 Ves. 191), 682, 

6S5. 
Ball v. Smith (2 Vern. 675), 246. 
Ballbeck v. Donaldson (6 Am. L. Reg. 

148) , 241. 
Ballard v. Carter (5 Pick. 112), 971. 
Ballard v. Lippman (32 Fla. 481; 14 So. 

Rep. 154), 660. 
Ballentine v. Frelinghuysen (38 N. J. 

Eq, 266), 1037. 
Ballin v. Dillaye (35 How. Pr. 219\ 699. 
Ballou, In re (11 R. I. 369), 902. 
Calls v. Strutt (1 Hare, 146), 990. 
BffiowD. Farmers' Mut. F. Ins. Co. (77 
Mich 540.576. 



Baltimore v. Williams (6 Md. 235), 159. 
Baltimore Turnpike Case (5 Binn. 481), 

1130. 
Baltimore, etc. Turnpike Co. v. Moale 

(71 Md. 353), 575. 
Baltimore, etc. Tel. Co. v. Interstate 

Tel. Co. (54 Fed. Rep. 50), 210. 
Bamber v. Schoolfield (160 U. S. 149), 

1372. 
Bampton v. Blrchall (5 Beav. 67), 1536. 
Barnwell v. Cawdor (3 Madd. 453), 1324. 
Bancroft v. Cousen (13 Allen, 50), 532, 

1647. 
Bancroft v. Cosby (71 Cal. 94; 16 Pac. 

Rep. 504), 574, 580. 
Band a. Fardell (7 De G., M. &G.628), 

1249. 
Band v. Hendrie (49 Iowa, 4021 , 536. 
Banfieldtf. Wiggin (58 N. H. 155), 1301. 
Bangor v. Beal (86 Me. 129; 26 Atl. Rep. 

1112), 734, "748. 
Bangor v. Masonic Lodge (73 Me. 428; 

40 Am. Rep. 369), 748. 
Bangs v. Hall (2 Pick. 372), 462. 
Bangs v. Stephenson (63 Mich. 661), 

1542. 
Bank v. Batton (1 Rob. 527), 103. 
Bank v. Bell Silver Co. (8 Mont. 32), 

1515. 
Bank v. Deming (17 Vt. 366; , 1384. 
Banks. Eames (4 Abb. App. Dec. 83), 

1404. 
Bank j). King (57 Pa. St. 202,, 1603. 
Bank v. Lanahan (48 Md. 336), 1109. 
Bank v. MeKnight (2 Mo. 42), 1032. 
Bank v. Macy (4 Ind. 362), 396. 
Bank v. Ottoman Co. (L. R, 2 Eq. 366), 

1570. 
Bank v. Payne (25 Conn. 444), 444. 
Bank v. Payne (86 Ky. 446), 1653. 
Bank v. Prater (64 Ga. 609), 434. 
Bank v. Root (3 Paige, 478), 1404. 
Bank v. Russell ^2 Dill. 215), 1630. 
Bank v. Rutlaud (.28 Vt. 470), 38. 
Bank v. Seton ;1 Pet. 299), 460. 
Bank v. Snively (23 Md. 253), 197, 313 
Bank v. Tyrrell (5 Jur. (N. S.) 527), 

409. 
Bank v. Tyrrell (27 Beav. 273; 10 H. L. 

Cas. 26), 419. 
Bank Comrs. v. Bank of Buffalo (6 

Paige, 503;, 406. 
Bank of America v. Bank (101 U. S. 240), 

711. 
Bank of America v. Pollock (4 Edw. 

215), 333,529. 
Bank of Commerce v. Russell (2 Dill. 

215), 1632. 
Bank of Greensboro v. Chambers (30 
Graft. 202), 601, 605 



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Bant ot Louisville s. Gray (84 Ky. 665), 

712, 
Bank of Metropolis v. Guttschlick (14 

Pet. 31), 88. 
Bank of Orleans s. Torrey (7 Hill, 260), 

403, 416. 
Bank of Republic s. Baxter (31 Vt. 101), 

492, 494. 
Bank of Shelby s. James (95 Tenn. 8; 

30 S. W. Rep. 1038), 710. 
Bank of U. S. v. Benning (4 Cranch C. 

C. 81), 1108. 
Bank of U. S. s. Beverly (10 Pet. 532; 

1 How. 134), 9:8, 1145, 1319. 
Bank of U. S. s. Carrington (7 Leigh, 

676), 47, 269, 308. 
Bank of U. S. s. Davis (2 Hill, 451), 443, 

476. 
Bank of U. S, s. Huth (4 B. Mon. 423). 

1411. 
Banks v. Judah (8 Conn. 145), 333, 414, 

416. 
Banks s- May (3 A. K. Marsh. 435), 151. 
Banks s. I. ice (45 Pac. Rep. 515), 1580. 
Bankss. Sutton (2 P. Wms, 700), 653, 

963. 
Banks s. Wilkes (3 Sandf. Ch. 99), 1234, 

1236. 
Bannerman v. Weaver (8 Md . 617), 

1042. 
Banning s. Sibley (3 Minn 389), 1360. 
Bannon s. Comcgys (69 Md. 411), 1740. 
Baptist Association s. Hart (4 Wheat. 

1; 3 Pet. App. 481', 22, 250, 759, 812. 
Baptist Church s. Pennsylvania, etc. 

Society (15 Pa. Co. Ct. Rep. 332), 

1264. 
Baptist Ch. s. Presbyterian Ch. (18 B. 

Mon. 635) , 747 
Baptist Ch. s. Shively (67 Md. 493; 1 Am. 

St. Rep. 412), 87. 
Baptist Soc. v. Hazen (100 Mass. 322), 

940, 949. 
Barber v. Barber (18 Yes. 286), 1536. 
Barbers. Bowen (47 Minn. 118; 49 Sf. 

W. Rep. 684), 1179. 
Barber s. Cary (1 Kern. 397), 1017, 1086. 
Barber, Jnre (L. R. 11 Ch. D, 442), 680. 
Barber, In re (L. R. 39 Ch. D. 187), 869. 
Barbour s. Johnson (21 D. C, 40), 214. 
Barclays. Collett (4 Bing. (X. Cas ) 

660), 1427. 
Barclay v. Goodloe (83 Ky . 493), 878. 
Barclay j). Russell (3Ves. 424), 966. 
Barcrofts. Lessieur (48 Mo. 418), 1620, 

1747, 1752. 
Bardstown, etc. R. Co. s. Metcalfe (4 

Mete. 199; 81 Am. Dec. 521), 1054. 
Bardswells. Bardswell (9 Sim. 319), 52, 

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Baring, In re (L. R. (1893) 1 Ch. 61), 

1162. 
Barker v. Barker (14 Miss. 131), 328. 
Barker s. Barker (14 Wis. 131), 221, 334, 

632, 1183, 1582. 
Barker v. Devonshire (3 Meriv. 3101, 

1033, 1072, 1652. 
Barker s. Greenwood (4 Mees. & W. 

429), 913, 917, 919, 920, 923, 938, 939, 940. 
Barker, In re (6 Wend. 509), 957, 962. 
Barker s. Marine Ins. Co. (2 Mason, 

369), 883, 413, 414. 
Barker s. Peile (2 Dr. & 8m. 340), 902. 
Barkers. Richardson (1 Y. & J. 362), 

961. 
Barker s. Wood (9 Mass. 419), 748. 
Barkley s. Donnelly (112 Mo. 661; 19 

S W. Rep. 303), 748, 814. 
Barkley s. Dosser (15 Lea, 529), 918, 954. 
Barkley s. Lane (6 Bush, 587), 52, 75. 
Barksdale v. Hall (13 Rich. Eq. 180), 

1215. 
Barkworth s. Young (4 Drew. 1), 61,98. 
Barley s. Evelyn (16 Sim. 29(J), 256. 
Barleys. Waltord (9 Q. B. 197), 475. 
Barlows. Barlow (47 Kan. 676; 28 Pac. 

Rep. 607), 345. 
Barlow v. Loomis (19 Fed. Rep. 677), 

1745. 
Barnard s. Adams (58 Fed. Rep. 313), 

788. 
Barnard s. Bagshaw (3 De G., J. & S. 

355), 1233. 
Barnard s. Duncan (38 Mo. 170), 1100. 
Barnard s. Ford (L. R. 4 Ch. 247), 675, 

682. 
Barnard s. Gantz (140 N. T. 249), 1745. 
Barnard v. Hawks (111 N. Car. 333; 16 S. 

E. Rep. 329), 195. 
Barnard v. Hunter (Jur. (N. S.) 1213), 

419. 
Barnard v. Jewett (97 Mass. 87), 369. 
Barnard v. Stone (159 Mass. 224; 34 N.E. 

Rep. 272), 1623. 
Barnebee s. Beckley (43 Mich. 613), 

1686. 
Barnes s. Addy (L. R. 9 Ch. D. 123), 204, 

534, 877, 1246. 
Barness. Barnes Q04 N. Car. 613), 721. 
Barnes s. Brown (SON. Y. 627), 412. 
Barnes v. Dow (59 Vt. 530), 1295. 
Barnes s. Fisher (9 Mo. App. 674), 1408. 
Barues v. Gay (7 Iowa, 26) , 964. 
Barnes s. Grant (26 L. J. (X. S.) Ch. 92), 

130. 
Barnes s. Kirkland (8 Gray, 512) , 893. 
Barnes v. McClintock (3 Penn. & W. 67; 

23 Am Dec. 62), 443, 449. 
Barness. Monroe (95 Mich. 612; 55 N. 

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Barnes v. Taylor (37 N. J. Eq. 259), 49, 

233. 
Barnes v. Taylor (30 N. J. Eq. 7), S77. 
Barnesley v. Powell (1 Ves. 289), 508. 
Barnettti. Bamber (81 Pa. St. 247), 398. 
Barnett v. Dougherty (32 Pa. St. 371), 

234, 503. 
Barnettr. Riser (63 Ala. 347), 574. 
Harnett v. Salyers (Ky, L. Eep. 405), 570. 
Barnett». Sheffield (1 DeO., M. & G. 

371), 1118. 
Barnett's Appeal (46 Pa. St. 392), 917, 

919,921,943. 
Barney v. Douglass (19 Vt. 98), 957, 1117. 
Barneys. Earlo (13 Ala. 106), 439. 
Barneys. Griffin (2 N. i\ 365) 1368. 
Barney, In re (L. R. (1892) i Ch. 265), 

877. 
Barneys. Parsons (54 Vt. 623; 41 Am. 

Rep. 858), 1135, 1214. 
Barney v. Saunders (16 How. 545), 1102, 

1134, 1198, 1253, 1256, 1684, 16r>2. 
Barnitz's Appeal, (9 Watts, 300), 855. 
Barnum «. Mayor (62 Md. 275; 50 Am. 

Rep. 219), 18, 19, 753. 
Barnum v. Young (10 Neb. 309), 708. 
Barr v. Cubbage (52 Mo. 404), 327, 1582. 
Barr v. Fawkes (2 Hem. & M. 60), 248, 

248. 
Barr D.Lewis (71 Miss. 727; 15 So. Rep. 

796), 1244. 
Barr«. N. Y., etc. R. R. Co. (125 N. Y. 

2C3; 52 Hun, 553), 411, 412. 
Barr v. O'Donnell (76 Cal. 469; 9 Am. St. 

Rep. 242), 51, 503. 
Barr v. Weld (24 Pa. St. 84), 749, 787. 
Barrack v. McOullock (3 Kay & J. 110), 

656, 715. 
Barrett;. Wilder (30 Beav. 442), 1194. 
Barrel! v. Hanrick (42 Ala. 71), 218. 
Barrell v. Joy (16 Mass. 221), 47, 61, 

16S9. 
Barrett v. Bamber (81 Pa. St. 247), 204, 

3S8, 420, 532, 534, 1092. 
Barrett v. French (1 Conn. 354; 6 Am. 

Dee. 241), 910. 
Barrett!;. Hartley (12 Jur. (N. S.) 426), 

1683. 
Barrett v. Hartley (L. E, 2 Eq. 787), 

1710. 
Barrett v. Lewis (106 Ind. 120), 571, 575, 

590. 
Barrett v. Marsh (126 Mass. 213), 119. 
Barribeau v. Brant (17 How. 43), 216. 
Barrickw. Horner (78 Md. 253; 27 Atl. 

Rep. 1111), 1448, 1451. 
Barrington v. O'Brien (1 Ball & B. 180), 

1529. 
Barrington's Estate, In re (1 John. & 

H. 142), 1C26. 



Barriolhet ». Fisch (63 Cal. 462), 13C5. 
Barrough v, Greenough (3 Ves. 152), 

497, 506, 517. 
Barrow v. Barrow (24 Vt. 375), 270, 357, 

651, 678, 686, 713, 715, 723. 
Barrow v. Barrow 5 De G., M. &G. 

782), 678. 
Barrow v. Watkins (24 Beav. 1), 41, 42, 

43, 965, 966. 
Barr's Trusts (4Kay&J. 219), 1117. 
Barry v. Barry (1 Md. Ch. 20), 1715. 
Barry v. Butlin (2 Moore P. C. 480), 297. 
Barry, Ex parte (L. R. 17 Eq. 113), 972. 
Barry v. Lambert (98 N. Y. 305), 75. 
Barry v. Merchants' Exc. Co. (1 Sand. 

Ch. 280), 10. 
Barry v. Whitney (3 Sandf. 696), 419 
Barry's Appeal (103 Pa. St. 130), 111. 
Bartholomew v. Leach (7 Watts, 472), 

3S3, 414, 415. 
Bartlett!;. Bartlett (16 Gray, 277), 266. 
Bartlett t>. Bartlett (13 Mo. 456), 340, 

354. 
Bartlett^;. Bartlett (15 Neb. 593), 503. 
Bartlett v. Drew (57 N. Y. 587), 284, 224, 

386, 388. 
Bartlett v. Glasscock (4 Mo. 62), 449. 
Bartlett v. Hamilton (46 Me. 435), 15E2. 
Bartlett, In re (163 Mass. 50; 40 N. E. 

Rep. 899) , 734, 737. 
Bartlett v. Hodgson (1 T. R. 42), 881, 

1226. 
Bartlett v. King (12 Mass. 543), 759. 
Bartlett v. Nye (4 Met. 378), 748. 
Bartlett v. Pickersgill (1 Eden, 515), 

307, 358. 
Bartlett v. Sutherland (2 Cush. 401), 

1040. 
Bartlett;;. Teah (1 McCrary, 176; lFed. 

Rep. 76S), 1440. 
Bartlett v. Van Zandt (4 Sandf. Oh . 396), 

680. 
Bartlett v. Verner (56 Ala. 580) , 435. 
Barton v. Barton (2 Vern. 357), 1043. 
Barton v. Briscoe (Jac. 603), 671. 
Barton's Estate (1 Pan. Eq. 24), 1212. 
Bartram v . Whichcote (6 Sim. 86), 1077. 
Barwell v. Barwell (34 Beav. 371) , 1541. 
Barwicu v. English Joint Stock Bank 

(L. R. 2Eq. 259), 476,484. 
Bascomb v. Albertsou (34 N. Y. 584), 

255, 750, 752, 776, 812, 821. 
Bascomb v. Beckwith (L. R. 8Eq. 100), 

492. 
Baskin v. Baskln (4 Lans. 90), 1190. 
Bason v. Harden (72 N. Car. 287), 1400. 
Bass v. Seott (2 Leigh, 359), 911, 931, 

1171. 
Bassetta. Beam (36 Pac. Rep. 501), 660, 

705. 



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Bassett v. Craft (129 Mass. 518), 898. 
Bassett v. Pereival (1 Cox, 268), 1525. 
Bassett v. Shoemaker (46 N. J. Eq. 538; 

19 Am. St. Hep. 435), 1183, 1185. 
Bastard v. Proby (2 Cox, 6), 107, 113. 
Batchelder v. Sargent (47 N. H. 262), 

708. 
Bateheller v. Searle (2 Vern. 730), 247. 
Bate v. Hooper (5 DeG.,M. & G. 338), 

1167. 
Bate v. Newton (1 Vern. 464), 273. 
Bateman v. Bateman (1 Atk. 421), 

928. 
Bateman ». Davis (3 Madd. 98), 1079, 

1137. 
Bateman v. Ross (1 Dow. 235), 724, 725, 

726. 
Bates v. Bates (134 Mass. 110; 45 Am. 

Bep. 305), 748, 755. 
Bates v. Childers (4 N. Mex. 347; 20 

Pac. Rep. 164), 570,576. 
Bates v. Hurd (65 Me. 180) , 50, 60, 880. 
Bates, In re (118 111. 524), 1408. 
Bates v. Norcross (14 Pick. 224), 595. 
Bates v. Scales (12 Ves. 402), 1205, 1253, 

1255. 
Bates v. Simmons (62 Wis. 69), 1362, 

1392. 
Bates v. Underbill (3 Redf. 348), 1210. 
Bath v. Bradford .'2 Ves. 588), 1347. 
Bath v. Montague (3 Ch. Cas. 55; 2 

Freem. 193), 1009. 
Bath S. Car. Paper Co. v. Langley (23 

S. Car. 129!, 1151. 
Batstoueu. Salter (L. R. 19 Eq. 250; L. 

R. 10 Ch. App. 431), 343, 350. 
Battersea v. Farrington (1 Swanst. 

106), 99. 
Battle v. Petway (5 Ired. 576; 44 Am. 

Dee. 59), 912, 1114, 1622. 
Battinger v. B'jdenbeeker (63 Barb. 

404; 69 Barb. 395), 42. 
Batton v. Watson : 13 Ga. 63) , 560. 
Batts v. Scott (37 Tex. 59), 1464. 
Bauerman v. Radenius ;7 T. R. 670), 

961. 
Baugh v. Price (1 G. Wils. 320), 606. 
Baum v. Grigsby (21 Cal. 172; 81 Am. 

Dec. 153), 574,580. 
Baumani. Street (76111. 526), 706. 
Buumbaugha. Baumbaugh (11 S. & R. 

193), 1066. 
Baumgardner v. Guessfield (38 Mo. 36), 

197, 212, 309, 359. 
Bausman v. Eads (46 Minn. 148), 1508. 
Bausman v. Kelly (38 Minn. 197 j, 1451. 
Bayard v. Farmers', etc. Bank (52 Pa. 

St. 232) , 456, 460, 1649, 1659. 
Bayard v. Hoffman i,4 Johns. Ch. 45), 

256 



Bayles v. Baxter (22 Cal. 575), 3C9, 357, 

363. 
Bay ley v, Boulcott (4 Russ. 345), 151. 
Bayley v. Cummings (10 Ir. Eq. 410), 

895, 1013. 
Bayley v. Greenleaf (7 Wheat. 46), 241, 

589. 
Bayley v. Mansell (4 Madd. 226), 864, 

865, 866, 907, 974, 1005, 1243. 
Bayles v. Staats (5N. J. Eq. 513), 904. 
Bayley v. Williams (4 Gift. 638), 295. 
Baylies v. Payson (5 Allen, 473) , 1660. 
Baylis v. Newton (2 Vern. 28), 366, 
Baylor v. Hopf (81 Tex. 637; 17 S. W. 

Rep. 230), 231. 
Baynardu Wooley (29 Beav. 593), 600, 

1232, 1234. 
I Bayne v. United States (93 U. S. 642), 

531, 1625. 
Baxti. Palmer (56 L. J. Ch. 318), 1681, 

1701. 
Baxter v. Maxwell (115 Pa. St. 469), 688. 
Baxters. Wales (12 Mass. 365), 470. 
Bazemore v. Davis (55 Ga. 504), 607, 

1625. 
Beach v. Beach (2 Hill, 260; 38 Am. Dec. 

6841,722. 
Beach v. Beach (14 Vt. 28; 39 Am. Dec. 

204), 949, 950, 956, 1054, 1115, 1265. 
Beach v. Dyer (93 111. 295), 435, 486, 520. 
Beach v. Miller (130111. 162), 411. 
Beaden v. King (9 Hare, 499), 392. 
Beadle v. Beadle (40 Fed. Hep. 315), 852. 
Beadle *>. Beadle (2 McCrary Ch. 586), 

398. 
Beal v. Beal (Pr. Ch. 405), 1530. 
Beal v. Burehstead (10 Cush. 623), 37. 
Beal v. Harmon (38 Mo. 435), 402. 
Beal v. Harrington (116 111. 103), 571, 

574,588. 
Beal v. Storm (26 N. J. Eq. 372), 656, 

675, 708. 
Beale v. Coon (2 Watts, 183) 960. 
Beale v. Knowles (45 Me. 479), 706. 
Beales v. Spencer (2 W. C. C. 65), 655. 
Beall v. Fox (4 Ga. 404), 747, 818. 
Deall v. State (9 Ga. 367), 1130. 
Beals v. Cobb (51 Me. 318), 706. 
Beam v. Bridges (108 N. Car. 276; 13 S.E. 

Rep. 113), 348. 
Bean v. Boothby (57 Me. 295), 706 
Bean v. Farnam (6 Pick. 269), 993, 1049, 

1050, 1344. 
Bean v. Hockman (31 Barb. 78), 1522. 
Bean v. Simpson (4 Shep. 49), 1117. 
Bean v. Smith (1 Mason, 272), 435. 
Beauland v. Bradley (3 Sm. & G 339), 

293. 
Beans v. Bullitt (57 Pa. St. 222), 1360. 
Bear v. Bear (33 Pa. St. 525), 710. 



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Bear v. Heasley (98 Mich 279; 67 N. W. 

Rep. 270), 791, 791, 797. 
Bear v. Koenigstein (16 Neb. 65), 197, 

903, 313. 
Beard v. Redolph (29 Wis. 136), 711. 
Beardslee v. Horton (3 Mich. 660), 1053. 
Beardsleyw. Selectmen (53 Conn. 489; 

55 Am. Rep. 152), 717, 763. 
Beasleyp. Watson (41 Ala. 234), 834, 

839. 
Beasly v. Magrath (2 Sch. & Let. 35), 

286, 287. 
Beaston v. Farmers' Bank (12 Pet. 102), 

1423. 
Beatieu. Butler (21 Mo. 313; 64 Am. 

Dec. 234), 1094, 1095, 1460. 
Beatson v. Beatson (12 Sim. 281), 88, 162. 
Beattien. Dickinson (33 Ark. 205), 585. 
Beattier. Johnston (1 Phil. 17), 847. 
Beatty ». Clark (20 Cal. 11), 396, 987, 

988. 
Beatty v. Knowles (4 Pet. 152), 19, 21. 
Beatty v. Marine Ins. Co. (2 Cranch, 

127), 21. 
Beatyi*. Curson (L. R. 7Bq. 194), 1257. 
Beaubienw. Poupard (Harr. Ch. 206), 

400. 
Beaufort v. Collier (6 Humph. 487), 

1622. 
Beaumont v. Boultbee (5 Ves. 485), 

1537. 
Beaumont v. Carter (32 Beav. 586), 6S1. 
Beaumont v. Meredith (3 Ves. & B. 181), 

1570. 
Beaumont v. Oliveira (L. R. 6 Eq. 534; 

4Ch. D. 309), 734, 737. 
Beaumont v. Salisbury (19 Beav. 198), 

923, 942. 
Beavan v. Oxford (6 De G.,M. & G. 176), 

1117. 
Beaver v. Beaver (117 N. T. 428), 54. 
Beaver v. McKinley (50 Kas. 602; 32 

Pac. 363), 223, 341. 
Becks. Beck (43 N. J. Eq. 39), 269. 
Beckett v. Bledsoe (4Ind. 256), 230. 
Beckett v. Cordley (1 Bro. Ch. 358), 27, 

406. 
Beck v. Graybill (4 Casey, 66), 308. 
Becks. Haas (111 Mo. 264; 31 Mo. App. 

183), 1055. 
Beck v. Kantrowicz (3 Kay & J. 230), 

409. 
Beckford v. Beckford (Lofft. 490), 354. 
Beckford s. Close (6 Sim. 184), 1536. 
Beckford v. Tobin (1 Ves. Jr. 307), 353, 

839. 
Beckford v. Wade (17 Ves. 87), 461, 463, 

465, 467, 1536. 
Beckley v. Newland (2 P. Wms. 182), 
33. 



Beckman v. Stanley (S Nev. 257), 708. 
Beck's Estate (133 Pa. St. 51 ; 19 Am. St. 

Rep. 623), 1290, 1295. 
Beekwith v. St. Phillip's Parish (69 Ga. 

561), 747, 818, 819. 
Bedel v. Scroggins (40 Pac. Rep. 954), 

58. 
Bedell v. MeCleUan (11 How. Pr. 172), 

1465. 
Bedford Charity, In re (5 Sim. 578), 782. 
Bedford v. Burton (106 U. S. 341), 710. 
Bedford v. Graves (1 S. W. Rep. 534), 

372. 
Bedilian v. Seaton (3 Wall. Jr. 279), 514. 
Bedlngfleld, In re (3 Rep. 483; (1893) 2 

Ch. 332), 1077. 
Beebe v. Knapp (23 Mich. 53), 475. 
Deech v. Keep (18 Beav. 285), 152. 
Beech v. Lord St. Vincent (3 De G. & S. 

678), 1527. 
Beecheru. Major (2 Dr. & Sm. 431), 312, 

362, 369. 
Beecheru. Wilson (84 Va. 813; 6 S. E. 

Rep. 209), 371. 
Beekman v. Beekman (21 Atl. Rep. 

567), 158. 
Beeman v. Beeman (88 Hun, 14; 34 N. 

T. Supl. 484), 62. 
Beekman v. Bonsor (23 ST. T. 298; 80 
Am. Dec. 269), 616, 750, 752, 776, 857, 
878, 1746. 
Beekman v. People (27 Barb. 273), 618. 
Beeler v. Dunn (3 Head, 87), 836. 
Boer, Goods of (15 Jur. 160), 859. 
Beers v. Narramore (61 Conn. 13; 22 

Atl. Rep. 1061), 150. 
Beeson v. Beeson (9 Pa. St. 279), 390, 393, 

401,427,1592,1597. 
Begble v. Crook (Bing. ST. Oas. 70; 2 

Scott, 128), 892, 894. 
Begole v. Hazzard (81 Wis. 274, 51 N. 

W. Rep. 325), 72,373. 
Beivley v. Carter (L. R. 4 Ch. 230), 1080. 
Belcher©. Belcher (38 N. J. Eq. 126), 

1037, 1070. 
Belchier v. Parsons (Amb. 219), 1122, 

1123, 1135, 1140, 1244, 1341. 
Belding v. Willard (56 Fed. Rep. 699), 

831. 
Belfordrc. Crane (16 N. J. Eq. 265; 84 

Am. Dec. 153), 339, 354, 70S . 
Belknap v. Belknap (5 Allen, 468) 904, 

973. 
Belknap v. Belknap (128 Mass. 14), 1744. 
Belle. Bell (LI. & G. t. Plunk. 66), 1536. 
Bell v. Barnett (2 J. J. Marsh. 516), 607. 
Beilu. Blair (65 Miss. 191), 576. 
Bell v. Cureton (2 Myl. & K. 511), 1317. 
Bell v. Ellis (33 Cal. 620), 495. 
Bells. Hallenbeck (Wright, 751), 354. 



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Bell u. Henderson (6 How. (Miss.) 311), 

482. 
Bell u. Howard (9 Mod . 302) , 282. 
Bell!;. Kellar (13 B. Mon. 331), 664, 706. 
Bell v. Palmer (6 Cow. 128), 987. 
Bell v. Turner (47 L. J. Ch. 75), 1681. 
Bell v. Twilight (22 N. H. 500), 1460. 
Bell v. Watkins (82 Ala. 512; 60 Am. 

Dec. 756), 704. 
Bell v. Webb (2 Gill. 164), 392, 404. 
Bellamy v. Bellamy (6 Fla. 62), 390, 563. 
Bellamy-!). Sabine (2 Phil. 425), 485. 
Bellamy v. Thornton (103 Ala. 404; 15 

So. Rep. 831), 829. 
Bellas v. McCarthy (10 Watts, 13), 443, 

451. 
Bellasis v. Compton (2 Vern. 294), 73, 

362. 
Bellasis v. Uthwatt (1 Atk. 426), 1528. 
Bell Co. v. Alexander (22 Tex. 360; 73 

Am. Dec. 268), 749. 
Bellinger v. Shafer (2 Sandf. Ch. 293), 

1025. 
Bellows v. Rosenthal (31 Ind. 116), 706. 
Bellow v. Russell (IB. &B. 107), 418. 
Bell's Case (22 Beav. 35), 476. 
Belmont v. O'Brien (12 N". T. 394), 168, 

619, 871, 872, 969, 1088, 1744. 
Belote i>. White (2 Head, 703), 1536. 
Beloved Wilkes' Charity, Inre (3 Maen, 

&G. 440), 1119. 
Belsayv. Engle (107 111. 182), 107. 
Benbow v. Davies (11 Beav. 369), 975. 
Benbow v. Moore (114 N. Car. 263; 19 

S. B. Rep. 156), 347. 
Benbow v. Townsend (1 Myl. & Cr. 

506), 73,362. 
Benbury i>. Benbury (2 Dev. & Bat. Eq. 

233), 881, 1225. 
Bence v. Gilpin (L. R. 3 Ch. 76), 882. 
Bench d. Biles (4Madd. 187), 1855. 
Bench v. Sheldon (14 Barb. 66) , 491, 495. 
Bendall v. Bendall (24 Ala. 295; 60 Am. 

Dec. 469),16S8, 1678, 1690. 
Bendheimi). Morrow (73 Hun, 90; 25 X. 

Y. Supl. 900), 1126, 1196. 
Benford v. Daniels (13 Ala. 667), 1686, 

1690. 
Benger d. Drew (1 P. Wms. 780), 359. 
Bengough v. Waik' r (15 Ves. 607), 1529. 
Benham v. Rowe (2 Cal. 387), 1191. 
Benkendorf d. Vincenz (52 Mo. 441), 

1586. 
Benkert v. Jacoby (36 Iowa, 273), 108. 
Benn i>. Dixon (10 Sim. 636), 1168. 
Bennet v. Batchellor (3 Bro. Ch. 28; 1 

Ves. Jr. 63), 244. 
Bennet!?. Hayter (2 Beav. 81), 763. 
Bennet d. Hutson (33 Ark. 762), 238. 
Bennet d. Walker (1 West. 130), 436. 



Bennett v. Austin (SIN. Y. 308), 431, 

877. 
Bennett v. Bennett (L. R. (1893) 2 Ch. 

413), 1710. 
Bennett v. Bennett (L. R. 10 Ch. D. 

476), 338, 331. 
Bennett v. Bedford Bank (11 Mass. 421), 

98, 103. 
Bennett i>. Brundage (8 Minn. 432), 

1099. 
Bennett v. Camp (54 Vt. 36), 334,339. 
Bennett v. Colley (5 Sim. 181; 2 Myl. & 

K. 235), 1159, 1161, 1536, 1598. 
Bennett v. Dollar Sav. Bank (87 Pa. St. 

382), 503,525. 
Bennett v. Davis (2 P. Wms. 318), 25, 

180, 661, 686, 965, 976. 
Bennett v. Dillingham (2 Dana, 436) , 675. 
Bennett, Ex parte (18 Beav. 339) , 405. 
Bennett, Ex parte (10 Ves. 381), 382, 383, 

384,399,426, 606. 
Bennett Female Sem. v. Whitney (46 

Minn. 353; 49 ST. W. Rep. 58), lt-7. 
Bennett v. Gaslight & Coke Co. (52 L. 

J. Ch. 98), 1160, 
Bennett v. Harper (36 W. Va. 546; 15 S. 

E. Rep. 143), 496. 
Bennetti). Honeywood (Amb. 208), 632, 

1000, 1001. 
Bennett d. Houldsworth (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

671) , 1529. 
Bennetti). Judson (21 N. T. 138), 475, 476, 

481. 
Bennett v. Mayhew (1 Bro. Ch. 2.32; 2 

Bro. Ch. 287), 325, 326. 
Bennett d. Robinson (10 Watts, 348), 

1043. 
Bennett v. St. Louis Car Roofing Co. (19 

Mo. App. 349), 411. 
Bennett v. Shipley (82 Mo. 448), 676, 590. 
Bennett v. Stanton (2 Ala. 181), 488. 
Bennett i>. Union Bank (5Humph. 612), 

1446. 
Bennett v. Van Syckle (4 Duer, 462) 398. 
Bennett v. Wilmington Star Co. (119 

III. 9), 560. 
Bennett ti. Wyndham (23 Beav. 521), 

1526. 
Bennetti). Wyndham (4 De G., F. & J. 

259), 738,1781. 
Benninger!). Cowin (2Zab. 257), 475. 
Benson v. Benson (I P. Wms. 414), 881. 
Benson v. Heathorn (1 T. & C. 325), 193 

406, 411. 
Benson D. Wright (4Md. Ch. 278), 111. 
Bent!). Priest (10 Mo. App. 562), 1171. 
Bentham v. Wittshire (4 Madd. 44) 

1037. 
Bentley v. Grifflu (5 Taunt. 356), 724. 
Bentley v. McKay (15 Beav. 12), 155. 



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Bentleyti. Shrieve (4Md. Ch. 412), 950, 

1058,1139. 
Benton, Ire re (92 Iowa, 202; 60 N. W. 

Rep. 614), 846. 
Benyonu. Gollins (1 Bro. Oh. 186 n.; 2 

Bro. Ch. 323), 1421. 
Benyon v. Nettlesold (3 Macn. & G. 94), 

560, 663. 
Benzlen v. Lenoir (1 Car. L. R. 504), 

432, 461. 
Berdoe v. Dawson (34 Beav. 603), 286. 
3eresford v. Armagh (13 Sim. 643), 657. 
Bergen v. Bennett (1 Caines Oas. 1; 2 

Am. Dec. 281), 392, 394, 927, 928, 1461, 

1490, 1497. 
Bergen v. Rennall (1 Caines Cas. 16), 

1066. 
Bergen v. Udall (31 Barb. 1), 283. 
Bergengren v. Aldrich (139 Mass. 259), 

987, 1028. 
Bergerti. Clark (79Pa. St. 340), 710. 
Bergern. Duff (4 Johns. Ch. 368), 1055, 

1C88, 1243. 
Bergh v. Wentz (73 Pa. St. 369), 525. 
Berkhampstead School, Ex parte (2 V. 

&B. 138), 782. 
Berkley v. Ryder (2 Ves. 535), 1401. 
Berley v. Taylor (5 Hill, 577), 88. 
Bernal v. Bernal (3 Myl. & Cr. 559), 735. 
Bernal v. Donegal (11 Ves. 46) , 842. 
Bernard v. Minshall (1 Johns. 276), 123, 

130. 
Berneya. Sewell (1 J. & W. 649), 842. 
Bernstein, Inre (3Redf. 20), 890. 
Berrien v. McLane (1 Hoff. Ch. 428), 

206, 423, 427. 
Berrien v. Thomas (65 Ga. 61), 987, 1083, 

1092. 
Berrien's Estate (16 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 

23), 1345. 
Berrisford v. Milward (2 Atk. 49), 542. 
Berry v. Briant (2 Drew. &Sm. 1), 183. 
Berry v. Catts (42 Me. 445), 1364. 
Berry v. Norris (1 Drew. 302), 24, 73. 
Berry v. Planters' Bank (3 Tenn. Ch. 

69), 562. 
Berry v. Skinner (30 Md. 567), 1451, 1460, 

1461. 
Berry v. Teel (12 R. I. 267), 710. 
Berry v. Wiedman (40 W. Va. 36; 20 S. 

E. Rep. 817), 344,347. 
Berry v. Williamson (11 B. Mon. 251), 

93. 
Berryhill's Appeal (35 Pa. St. 245), 1598, 

16J1, 1692. 
Berryman v. Trustees (14 Bush, 755), 

656. 
Bertie v. Falkland (3 Ch. Cas. 129), 1043 
Berwick v. Murray (7 De G , M. & G. 

813), 1255. 



Besant v. Wood (L. R. 12 Ch. D. 605), 

719, 720, 725. 
Besley, Estate of (18 Wis. 455), 857. 
Best v. Campbell (62 Pa. St. 478), 364. 
Best v. Stanford (1 Salk. 154), 299. 
Bestor v. Wather (60 111. 138), 656. 
Bethea v. McColl (5 Ala. 312), 1661, 1686, 

1690. 
Bethell v. Abraham (L. R. 17 Eq. 24; L. 

R. 29 Ch. D. 889), 1204, 1205, 1206, 1528. 
Bethune v. Dougherty (30 Ga. 70), 1394. 
Bottle j). Wilson (14 Ohio, 257), 721. 
Betta v. Betts (18 Ala. 688) , 787. 
Betts v. Betts (4 Abb. N. Cas. 317), 1746. 
Betts v. Sykes (82 Ala. 378), 573. 
Betts v. Union Bank (1 Harr. & G. 175), 

103. 
Betts v. Woods (37 N. T. 317), 409. 
Bevins v. Thayer (115 Mass. 89), 1503. 
Bevisu. Berlin (63 Ind. 129), 1663. 
Bibb v. Bunter (79 Ala. 351; 22 Cent. L. 

J. 394) , 48, 197, 270, 313, 358. 
Bibbi). Smith (1 Dana, 580), 151. 
Blbby v. Thompson (32 Bear. 646). 183. 
Bickel's Appeal (86 Pa. St. 204), 30H. 
Bickfordu. Boston, etc. R. R. Co. (21 

Pick. 109), 1736. 
Bickleyj;. Guest (1R. &M. 440), 1067. 
Bicknellu. Bicknell (31 Vt. 498), 601. 
Bicknell v. Field (8 Paige, 440), 38. 
Bicknell v. Gouch (3 Atk. 588), 1540. 
Bidault v. Wales (20 Mo. 54C), 487. 
Biddle v. Jackson (3 De G. & J. 544) , 674, 

681. 
Biddle v. Whitehill (135 U. S. 621), 1532. 
Biddle's Appeal (80 Pa. St. 258), 111,960, 

1068, 1673, 1684, 1688. 
Biddle's Appeal (83 Pa. St. 340; 24 Am. 

Rep. 183), 1699, 1703. 
Biddle's Appeal (129 Pa. St. 26), 1696. 
Bidwell v. Whitney (4 Minn. 76), 1466, 

1468. 
Bifleld v. Taylor (1 Beat. 91), 1731. 
Bigelowti. Bigelow (6 Ham. 97), 461. 
Bigelow v. Heaton (6 Hill. 43), 495. 
Bigelow v. Stringer (40 Mo. 195), 1368. 
Biggs v. Williams (66 ST. Car. 427), 1054. 
Bigler v. Waller (14 Wall. 297), 1503. 
Bigley v. Jones (114 Pa. St. 510), 197, 

307, 320. 
Bignold's Settlement, In re (L. R. 7 Ch. 

223), 869, 901. 
Bill v. Cureton (2 Myl. & K. 603), 273, 

278. 
Billagei). Souther (9 Hare, 540), 292, 

294. 
Blllinghursts. Vickers (1 Phillim. 187), 

297. 
Billings v. Clinton (6 S. Car. 90), 232, 

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Billings v. Marsh (153 Mass. 311; 10 L. 

E. A. 764), 973. 
Billings v. Southie (9 Hare, 534), 426. 
Billings v. Southie (10 Eng. L. & Eq. 

37), 431. 
Billingslea v. Moore (14 Ga. 370), 893. 
Billlngton v. Welch (5 Binn. 132), 478. 
Bills v. Bills (80 Iowa, 269), 139. 
Bingamore*. Hyatt (1 Sm. & M. Oh. 

437), 453. 
Bingham v. Bingham (lVes. 126), 377. 
Bingham v. Clanmorris (2 Moll. 253), 

892. 
Bingham v. Maxey (15 111 295), 455. 
Bingham's Appeal (64 Pa. St. 345), 1011. 
Binloni;. Stone (2 Freem. 169), 26, 27. 
Binks v. Eokeby (2 Mad. 238), 1652. 
Binney v. Plumley (5 Vt. 500; 26 Am. 

Dec. 313), 958, 1053. 
Binsse v. Paige (1 Abb. App. Dec. 139) , 

1711. 
Biolley's Estate (1 Tuck. 422), 847. 
Birch v. Blugrave (Amb. 202), 264. 
Birch v. Cropper (2 De G. & S. 255), 900. 
Birch v. Ellames (2 Anst. 427), 432. 
Birch, In re (17 Beav. 358), 1046. 
Birch v. Wade (3 V. & B. 198), 123, 627, 

631, lOfiO. 
Birchall, In re (L. E. 40 Ch. D.436), 888, 

889. 
Blrchardv. Scott (39 Conn. 63), 734, 756, 

737, 770. 
Bird, In re (L. E. 16 Eq. 203) , 1128. 
Bird v. Graham (1 Ired. Eq. 196), 1538. 
Bird v. Harris (L. E. 9 Eq. 204), 243, 244. 
Bird i>. Johnson (18 Jux. 976), 1638. 
Bird v. Mayberry (33 Beav. 351), 183. 
Bird's Trusts, In re (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 214), 

104. 
Birdsalli). Cropsey (29 Neb. 679; 44 N. 

W. Eep. 857), 570. 
Bird^eye v. Butterfleld (34 Wis. 52), 

474. 
Birkett, In re (L. E. 9Ch. D. 576), 735. 
Birksu. Micklewait (33 Beav. 409; 34 L. 

J. Ch. 362), 1233, 1670. 
Birmingham v. Kirwin (20 Sch. & Lef . 

443), 1357. 
Biscoe v. Jackson (L. K. 35 Ch. D. 460), 

7G8. 
Biscoo v. Perkins (IV. & B. 455), 920, 

940. 
Bishop v. Chamberlain (49 Hun, 133), 

1402. 
Bishop v . Curtis (17 Jur. 23), BG6. 
Bishop v. Hart (28 Vt. 71), 1360. 
Bishop v. rtalcomb (10 Conn. 444), 1117. 
Bishop v. Houghton (1 E. D. Smith, 

566), 1400, 1406. 
Bishop v. Lcighton (2 Vern. 376), 872. 



Bishop v. Little (3 Greenl. 405), 470. 
Bishop v. Wall (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 194), 666, 

697. 
Bishop of Cloyne«. Toung (2 Ves. 61,) 

174, 244, 260. 
Bitter v. Calhoun (8 S. W. Rep. 523), 

1454. 
Bitzerw. Bobo (39 Minn. ,18; 38 K. W. 

Eep. 609), 223. 307. 
Bitzer v. Hahn (14 S. & E. 238), 840. 
Bixler v. Taylor (3 B. Mon. 362), 880. 
Bize v. Dixon (1 T. E. 2S5), 529. 
Bizzell v. Mix (60 Ala. 281), 199. 
Black v. Cavlness (2 Tex. Civ. App. 

118; 21 S. W. Eep. 635), 203, 211. 
Black v. Creighton (2 Moll. 554), 1570. 
Black v. Jones (1 A. K. Marsh. 312), 

543. 
Black v. Scott (2 Brock. 326), 299. 
Black v. Smith (4 MeArthur, 338), 1457. 
Blackbornw. Edgerly (1 P. Wms. 600), 

2S2. 
Blackburne's Appeal (39 Pa. St. 160), 

1400, 1402. 
Blackburn v. Blackburn (110 ST. Car. 

488), 852. 
Blackburn v. Clark (85 Tenn. 506), 560. 
Blackburn, Ex parte (1 J. & W. 297), 

1016. 
Blackburn v. Gregson (1 Bro. Ch. 420; 

ICox Ch. 90), 571, 589. 
Blackburn v. Stables (2 V. &B.369), 

101, 107, 113, 114. 
Blacket v. Langlands (Sel. Cas. Ch. 

51; Gilb. 58), 438. 
Blackie v. Clark (15 Beav. 600), 294, 426, 

485. 
Blackley v. Fowler (31 Cal. 326), 395. 
Blacklow v. Lawes (2 Hare, 48), 656, 

1085. 
Blackman v. Striker (21 M. Y. Supl. 

552), 1607. 
Blackmore v. Shelby (6 Humph. 437), 

290. 
Blackstone Bank v. Davis (21 Pick. 43), 

1638,1640. 
Blackwell v. Barnett (52 Tex. 326), 1516. 
Blackwood v. Burrows (2 Conn. & 

Laws. 559), 10S0, 1102, 1596, 1597. 
Blagge v. Miles (1 Story, 445), 1011. 
Blagraveu. Blagrave (4 Excheq. 570), 

923, 930, 942, 1268. 
Blagrave v. Eouth (2 Kay & J. 509), 

424. 
Blair v. Bass (4 Blackf . 550), 353. 
Blair v. Bromley (2 Phil. 239), 485, 1540. 
Blair v. Nugent (9Ir. Eq. 400), 1536. 
Blair v. Owles (1 Munf. 38), 443. 
Blair v. Smith (114 Ind. 114), 14. 
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Blaisdell v. Stevens (16 Vt. 179), 995, 

1108. 
Blake v. Buffalo Creek R. E. Co. (56 N. 

Y. 485), 1574. 
Blake v. Banbury (1 Ves. Jr. 194; 4 

Bro. Ch. 21), 955, 956, 1428, 1430. 
Blakew. Collins (69 Me. 156), 852. 
Blake v. Hall (67 N. H. 373), 708. 
Blake v. Pegram (109 Mass. 541), 1689, 

1708. 
Blake v. Quash (3 McCord, 340), 984. 
Blake v. Traders' Nat. Bank (145 Mass. 

13; 12 N. E. Rep. 414), 1238. 
Blakelyv. Brady (2 Dr. & W. 311), 153. 
Blakely v. Calder (15 K. T. 617), 1066. 
Blakeley's Appeal (7 Pa. St. 449), 1362. 
Blakely's Appeal (66 Pa. St. 187), 562. 
Blakemore v. Shelby (8 Humph. 439), 

286. 
Blakeslee v. Mobile Life Ins. Co. (57 
Blakey, In re (33 Atl. Bep. 518), 995. 

Ala. 205), 652, 665. 
Blanchard v. Blanohard (4 Hun, 288), 

168. 
Blanchard v. Blood (2 Barb. 352), 651, 

686. 
Blanchard v. Chapman (22 111. App. 

341), 123. 
Blanchard, In re (3 De G., F. & J. 131), 

869. 
Blanchard v. McDougall (6 Wis. 167), 

201. 
Blanchard v. Tyler (12 Mich. 339), 441. 
Blanchard v. VVaite (28 Me. 59), 1021, 

1022. 
Blanchet v. Foster (2 Ves. 264), 546, 551. 
Bland v. Bland (14 S. W. Bep. 423), 

1296, 1298. 
Bland, Ex parte (2 Bose Cas. 91), 566. 
Bland v. Lloyd (24 La. Ann. 603), 286. 
Bland v. Tally (50 Ark. 76), 503. 
Blaney v. Blaney (1 Cush. 107), 1150. 
Blandford v. Fackerel (4 Bro. Ch. 394), 

733. 
Blank v. German (5 W. & S. 36), 1364. 
Blann D.Bell (2 De G., M. & G. 775), 

1166. 
Blanton v. Mayes (58 Tex. 422), 1069, 

1092. 
Blasdell v. Locke (52 N". H. 238), 81, 83. 
Blasdell v. Stevens (16 Vt. 179), 1583. 
Blatch v. Wilder (1 Atk. 420), 180, 1033, 

1036, 1072. 
Blatchford v. Wooley (2 Dr. & Sm. 204), 

1592. 
Blauvelt v. Ackerman (20 N. J. Eq. 

141), 1171, 1183, 1565, 1690, 1692, 1698. 
Bledso v. Games (30 Mo. 448), 576. 
Bleeker v. Bingham (3 Paige, 246), 
105. 



Blennerhassett v. Day (2 Ball & B. 104), 

382,465,467,1540. 
Blevins v. Rogers (32 Ark. 258), 574. 
Blewitta. Thomas (2 Ves. Jr. 669), 1536, 
Blight v. Ewlng (26 Pa. St. 135), 1067. 
Blight v. Schneck (10 Pa. St. 285;51A:n. 

Dec. 478), 1103, 1341. 
Blini;. Hay (2 Tyler (Vt.) 304; 4 Am. 

Dec. 738), 1122. 
Blin v. Pierce (20 Vt. 25), 960. 
Blinkhorne «. Feast (2 Ves. 30), 27, 243. 
Bliss v. Am. Bible Soc. (2 Allen, 334), 

748, 756, 759, 763, 775, 1667, 1678. 
Bliss 13. Fosdick (24 N. Y. Supl. 939), 58. 
Bliss v. Matteson (45 N. Y. 22), 409. 
Bliss v. Pierce (20 Vt. 25), 29. 
Blithe's Case (2 Freem. 92), 24. 
Blockley u. Blockley (L. R. 29 Ch. D. 

250), 1531. 
Blockley v. Fowler (21 Cal. 326), 1490, 

1491. 
Blodgett v. Hildreth (103 Mass. 484), 51, 

307,361. 
Blogg v. Johnson (L. B. 2 Ch. 225), 1225. 
Blood v. Kane (130 N. Y. 517), 977. 
Bloom v. Nogle (4 Ohio St. 56), 226, 601. 
Bloom v. Eensselaer (15 III. 505), 1443, 

1444, 1497. 
Bloom v. "Wolfe, (50 Iowa, 286), 1031, 

1242. 
Bloomar, In re (2 De G. & J. 88), 29. 
Bloomer v. Waldron (3 Hill, 361), 1073, 

1082. 
Bloomfleldw. Eyre (8 Beav. 250), 603, 

877. 
Blore v. Sutton (3 Meriv. 237) , 622. 
Blouin v. Phanenf (81 Me. 176), 52. 
Blount v. Robeson (3 Jones Eq. 73) 15J7. 
Blount v. Walker (31 S. Car. 13), 912, 

916. 
Blount v. Washington (108 N. C. 230; 12 

S. E. Rep. 1008), 72, 149. 
Bloxham v. Hooker (19 Fla. 163), 861. 
Bloze, In re (1 Macn. & G. 488), 1490. 
Blue v. Marshall (3 P. Wms. 381), 993, 

1047, 1343. 
Blue v. Patterson (1 Dev. & B. Eq. 457) , 

1538, 1720. 
Blundell v. Blundell (L. R. 40 Ch. D. 

370), 877. 
Blundell, Inre (30 Beav. 360), 731. 
Blunden v. Barker (1 P. Wms. 639; 10 

Mod. 451), 282. 
Blunn v. Roger (71 Tex. 668; 9 S. W. 

Rep. 595), 313, 1558. 
Blythe v. Easterling (20 Tex. 565), 832. 
Blythe v. Fladgate (L. R. (1891), 1 Ch. 

337), 877. 
Boardman v. ^Etna Ins. Co. (128 U. S. 

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Boaidman ». Moaman (1 Bro. Cli. 68) 

1235. 
Board of Charities v. Kennedy (34 W. 

N. 0. 83), 1306. 
Board of Education v. Edson (18 Ohio 

St. 221; 98 Am. Dec. 114), 756. 
Board of Foreign Missions v. Culp (151 

Pa. St. 467; 25 Atl. Eep. 117; 31 W. X. 
C. 135), 731, 749. 
Board of Supervisors v. Thompson (39 

111.566), 1721. 
Boarman v. Graves (23 Miss. 283), 102, 

707. 
Boatmen's Sav. Bank v. Collins (75 Mo. 

280), 708. 
Boaz v. Boaz (36 Ala. 334) , 905. 
Bjbb v. Bobb (80 Mo. 411; 4 S. W. Eep. 

511), 1728. 
Bock v. Martin (11 N. Y. Supl. 569), 322. 
Boddy v. Dawes (1 Keen, 362), S37. 
Boddy v. Esdaille (1 Car. & P. 62), 972. 
Bodeman v. American Tract Soc. (9 

Allen, 445), 763. 
Bodenham v. Hoskyns (2 De G., M. & 

G. 903), 1634. 
Bodine v. Edwards (10 Paige, 504), 373. 
Bodingtonw. Castelli (1 Ell. &B1. 879), 

972,975. 
Bodman v. Vandenbendy (1 Vern. 179), 

438. 
Boeckler v. McGowan (9 Mo. App. 373), 

708. 
Boehlert v. McBride (48 Mo. 505), 1185. 
Bogardus v. Trinity Church (4 Sand. 

Ch. 758), 20. 
Bogartv. Van Velsor (4 Edw. Ch. 718), 

1228. 
Bogert v. Halght (9 Paige, 297) , 1368 . 
Bogertv. Hertell (4 Hill, 492), 250, 258, 

262, 1037. 
Boggs v. Alger (4 Rich. Eq. 408), 1216. 
Boggs v. Eyder (4 Rich. Eq.. 408), 1213. 
Boggs v. Varner (6 Watts & S. 469), 443, 

444. 
Bogle v. Bogle (3 Allen, 158), 974, 1675, 

1676, 1679. 
Boh anon i'. Strepsly (2 B. Mon. 433), 

1537. 
Bohart v. Atkinson (14 Ohio, 228), 390. 
Sohmj. Bohm (9 Colo. 100), 426, 431, 

503. 
Bohon v. Barrett (79 Ky. 383), 118, 124, 

130. 
Bolaseau v. Boisseau (79 Va. 73), 828. 
Boker v. Orookshank (1 Phila. 193), 

1360. 
Bold p. Hutchinson (5 De G., M. & G. 

568), 104. 
Bolland, Ex parte (L. II. 17 Eq. 115), 201, 

653. ■> 



Bolles v. Carll (12 Minn. 113), 1465. 
Bolles v. Munnerlyn (83 Ga. 727), 659. 
Bolles v. State Trust Co. (27 N. J. Eq. 

30H),977. 
Boiling v. Carter (9 Ala. 770), 452. 
Bolton v.Bolton (3 Swanst. 414),146, 161. 
Bolton v. Jenks (6 Rob. 166), 1066, 1067. 
Bolton v. Johns (5 Barr, 145), 440. 
Bolton v. Powell (14 Beav. 275), 1538. 
Bolton v. Prentice (2 Str. 1214), 685. 
Bolton v. Williams (14 Bro. Ch. 297; 2 

Ves. Jr. 138), 693. 
Bomar v. Gist (25 S. Car. 340), 1084. 
Bomarv. Mullins (4 Rich Eq. 80), 1625. 
Bond v. Barksdale 4 (Desaus. 526), 456, 

1656. 
Bond v. Bond (7 Allen, 1), 1248. 
Bond v. Brown (1 Harp. Eq. 270), 465. 
Bond v. Hays (12 Mass. 35), 529. 
Bond v. Hopkins (1 Sch. & Let. 413), 

467. 
Bond V. Lockwood (33 111. 212,, 829, 1340. 
Bond v. Ramsey (89 111. 29), 455. 
Bond v. Ziegler (1 Ga. 324; 44 Am. Dee. 

656), 455, 456, 1072, 1656. 
Bond's Case (2 Ch. Cas. 165), 1529. 
Boneti. Cooke (McClel. 168), 1230. 
Bone v. Pollard (24 Beav. 288), 215, 320. 
Bonham v. Newcomb (2 Vent. 365), 146. 
Bonifant v. Greenfield (Cro. Eliz. 80), 

894. 
Bonithon v. Hockmore (1 Vern. 316), 

330, 1683. 
Bonnell v. Holl (87 111. 71), 574. 
Bonner v. Bonner (17 Beav. 86), 682. 
Bonner v. Holland (68 Ga. 718) , 1583. 
Bonner v. Young (63 Ala. 35), 1533. 
Bonney v. Redgard (1 Con. Ch. Cas. 

145), 467. 
Bonney v. Ridgard (1 Cox, 146; 1 Bro. 

Ch. 130), 455, 1655, 1663. 
Bonsall's Case (1 Rawle, 266), 828, 1582. 
Bonsoru. Kinnear (2 Gifl. 195), 127, 627. 
Booker v. Anderson (35 111. 66), 1110. 
Booker v. Booker (32 Ala. 473) , 704. 
Bool v. Mix (17 Wend. 119; 31 Am. Dec. 

285), 11. 
Boone v . Barnes (23 Miss. 136), 440, 595. 
Boone v. Chiles (10 Pet. 177), 327, 388, 

436,445,466, 523,1537. 
Boone v. Citizens' Savings Bank (84 N. 

Y. 83; 38 Am. Dec. 498), 1266. 
Boone v. Clarke (3 Cranch C. C. 389), 

1023. 
Booraem v. Wells (19 N. J. Eq. 87), 

1082, 1086. 
Booth v. Ammerman (4 Bradf. 129), 

1159, 1192, 1438. 
Booth v. Baptist Church (120 N. Y. 215; 

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Booth v. Blundell (19 Ves. 52S), 1526. 
Booth v. Booth (1 Bear. 125), 857, 884, 

885, 1004, 1235, 1544, 1591. 
Booth v. Carter (L. R. 3 Eq. 757), 732. 
Booth v. Clark (17 How. 327), 34. 
Booth v. Field (2 B. & Ad. 556), 937, 938. 
Booth v. Grant (107 N. Car. 395), 1367. 
Booth v. Purser (1 Ired. Eq. 37), 987. 
Booth v. Viekars (1 Coll. 6), 638. 
Booth v. Warrington (4 Bro. P. C. 163) , 

1540. 
Bootle v. Blundell (1 Merlv. 193), 1324. 
Boozer v. Teague (27 S. Car. 348; 3 S. E. 

Rep. 651), 349, 369. 
Borders. Conklln (77 Cal. 331), 503. 
Borku. Martin (132 N. Y. 280; 30 N. E. 

Eep. 684; 11 N". T. Supl. 569), 372, 

1035. 
Borstu. Corey (16 Barb. 136), 100. 
Borst v. Nalle (28 Gratt. 423), 269. 
Bosehetti v. Power (8 Beav. 98), 1570. 
Bosio, Estate of (2 Ashm. 437), 1143. 
Boskowitz v. Davis (12 Nev. 449), 197, 

309, 313. 
Bostocka. Blakeney (2 Bro. Ch. 653), 

386, 1026, 1434. 
Bostoek v. Floyer (L. R. 1 Eq. 28; 33 

Beav. 603) , 949, 1056, 1193, 1194, 1257. 
Boston Franklinite Co. v. Condit (19 N. 

J. Eq. 394), 1038, 1089. 
Boston, etc. Trust Co. v. Mixter (146 

Mass. 100), 1094. 
Bostwick, In re (4 Johns. Ch. 100), 841, 

1563. 
Bostwick v. Atkins (3 Comst. 53), 287, 

1024. 
Bostwick v. Dickson (65 Wis. 693), 1533. 
Bosvil v. Brander (1 P. Wms. 459), 679. 
Boswelli). Cunningham (32 Fla. 277; 

13 So. Eep. 354), 192. 
Boswellw. Dillon (6Ir. Eq. 389), 110. 
Boswellw. Dillon (1 Dru. 291), 92, 96. 
Bosworth, Inre (58 L. J. Ch. 432), 1191, 

1567. 
Boteler v. Allington (1 Bro. Ch. 72), 

946, 1266. 
Botsford v. Burr (2 Johns. Ch. 405), 

197, 266, 269, 270, 307, 313, 816, 355, 862, 

370, 371. 
Bottomley v. Fairfax (IP. Wms. 331), 

1346. 
Bottorf v. Comner (1 Blackf. 287), 588. 
Botts v. Ballman (1 Teates, 584), 984. 
Boudinot v. Bradford (2 Dallas, 268), 

246. 
Boughton v. Boughton (1 Atk. 625), 273. 
Boughton ». Lankley (1 Eq. Ca. Abr. 

383;2Salk.679),938. 
Bouldinw. Alexander (15 Wall. 131), 789, 

792, 796. 



Bouldln v. Reynolds (58 Md. 495), 24. 
Boulton v. Beard (3 De G., M. & G. 608), 

1118. 
Boulton, Ex parte (1 De G. & J. 163), 

111G. 
Bound v. S. Car. Ry. Co. (50 Fed. Rep. 

854), 996, 1120. 
Bourlandc. Kipp (55 111. 376), 1451. 
Bourne v. Bourne (2 Hare, 35), 300,302. 
Bourne v. Mole (4 Beav. 177), 1571. 
Boursett v. Savage (L. R. 2 Eq. 134), 

327, 433. 
Bovery v. Smith (1 Vera. 149), 432, 434, 

445. 
Bovey Lumber Co. v. Tucker (48 Minn. 

223), 1513. 
Bowditch v. Andiew (8 Allen, 339), 184, 

1619, 1621, 1733, 1753. 
Bowditch v. Banuelos (1 Gray,220), 864, 

897,900, 901, 902,907. 
Bowdoin College v. Merritt (54 Fed. 

Rep. 55), 1643. 
Bowe v. Arnold (31 Hun, 256), 1403. 
Bowen v. Bowen (19 Mo. 399), 1338. 
Bowen v. Chase (94 U. S. 912), 1638. 
Bowen v. Hughes (5 Wash. St. 442; 32 

Pae.Rep. 98;, 230. 
Bowen v. Kirwan {temp. Sugd. 44; 3 V. 

&B. 117), 480. 
Bowen v. Warner (1 Pin. 600), 201. 
Bowers' Appeal (68 Pa. St. 126) , 710. 
Bowers v. City of Toronto (11 Moore, 

P. C. Cas. 463), 412. 
Bowers v Clark (Phill. 501), 722. 
Bowers v. Evans (71 Wis. 133; 36 N. W. 

Rep. 629), 1603. 
Bowers v. Hechtman (45 Minn. 238), 

1473. 
Bowers v. Johnson (18 Miss. 169), 484. 
Bowers v. Eeesecker (14 Iowa, 301), 

964. 
Bowers v. Matthews (4 Ired. Eq. 258), 

111. 
Bowers v. Oyster (3 Penr. & W. 239), 

601. 
Bowers v. Seeger (8 W. & S. 222), 1022, 

1125. 
Bowers v. Smith (10 Paige, 200), 106, 246, 

1560. 
Bowes v. East London Water Co. (Ja- 
cobs, 324), 988, 1003, 1027. 
Bowes v. Strathmore (2 Bro. Ch. 351 ».), 

650. 
Bowie v. Barry (3 Md. Ch. 359), 198. 
Bowie v. Berry (1 Md. Ch. 452), 964. 
Bowkerr. Hunter (IBro. Ch. 328), 245. 
Bowkeru. Pierc<3 (130 Mass. 262), 1214, 

1338,1691,169/. 
Bowler v. Curler (21 Nev. 158; 26 Pac. 

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Bowles v. Bowles (80 Ky. 629), 1408. 
Bowles v. Drayton (1 Desaus. 489), 1219. 
Bowles v. Rogers (6 Ves. 95), 976. 
Bowles j). Stewart (1 Sen. & Let. 209), 

492,494,559. 
Bowles v. Trapp (139 Ind. 55; 38 ST. E. 

Bep. 406), 706. 
Bowles v. Weeks (14 Sim. 691), 865, 866. 
Bowling v. Stevens (2 Car. & P. 337), 

475. 
Bowman v. Ash (36111. App. 115), 1444, 

1498, 1499. 
Bowman v. Bates (2 Bibb, 47; 4 Am. 

Dec. 677), 492, 493. 
Bowman v. Pinkham (71 Me. 295), 1118. 
Bowman v. Kaineteaux (1 Hoff. Ch. 

150), 1402. 
Bowman v. Wathen (1 How. 189), 463. 
Bowman's Appeal (3 Watts, 369), 828, 

1682. 
Bowra v. Wright (4 De G. & S. 265), 26. 
Boxu. Stanford (13 Sm. &M. 93; 51 Am. 

Dec. 142), 234. 
Boxford, etc. Soc. v. Harriman (126 

Mass. 321), 734, 745. 
Boyce v. Corbally (Plunkett, 102), 1014. 
Boycet). Sikes (97Mo. 356), 852. 
Boyce v. Stanton (15 Lea, 346), 377. 
Boycot v. Colton (1 Atk. 553), 1529. 
Boydw. Blankman (29 Oal. 19; 87 Am. 

Dec. 146), 1184. 
Boyd v. Brincken (65 Oal. 427), 388, 434. 
Boyd v. Boyd (L. R. 4 Eq. 305), 1530, 

1531, 1602. 
Boyd v. Boyd (3 Gratt. 113), 1237. 
Boydi). Ellis (11 Iowa, 97), 1444. 
Boyd v. Hawkins (2 Dev. Eq. 329), 1689. 
Boyd v. Hawkins (2 Bat. &Dev. Eq. 

207), 383. 390, 414. 
Boyd v. Hawkins (2Ired. Eq. 304), 1184. 
Boyd v. Haynie (83 Tex. 7), 1369. 
Boyd v. McLean (1 Johns. Ch. 582), 232, 

265, 269, 307, 355, 358, 388, 533. 
Boyden v. Moore (11 Pick. 362), 1362. 
Boyd v. Oglesby (23 Gratt. 674), 1690. 
Boyd's Sureties v. Ogleshy (23 Gratt. 

674), 1344. 
Boyer i>. Cockrell (3 Kan. 282), 452, 912. 
Boyer Independent School District v. 

King (45 N. W. Eep. 908), 1581. 
Boyer v. LIbey (88 Ind. 235), 223, 308. 
Boyes, Jure (L. B. 26 Ch. D. 531), 510, 

613. 
Boykin v. Ciples (2 Hill. Eq.200; 29 Am. 

Dec. 67), 25, 61, 686. 
Boynton v. Champlin (42 111. 57), 574. 
Boynton v. Housler (73 Pa. St. 453), 525. 
Boynton v. Hubbard (7 Mass. 112), 545, 

517. 
Boynton v. Reese (8 Pick. 329), 445. 



Boynton v. Richardson (31Beav. 340), 

1679. 
Boynton v. Squires (85 Hun, 128; 32 N. 

T. Supl. 467), 709. 
Brabrook v. Boston Bank (104 Mass. 

228), 81, 151, 153. 
Brace v. Reid (3 Greene (Iowa), 422), 

1736, 1738. 
Brace v. Roney (18 111. 67), 263. 
Bracken v. Miller (4 Watts & S. 102) , 

443, 1627. 
Brackenbury v. Brackenbury (2 J. & 

W. 391), 160. 
Brackenridge v. Holland (2 Blackf. 

377; 20 Am. Dec. 123), 383, 390, 391, 

394, 401, 1178. 
Bradbury v. Barding (36 Conn. 577), 473. 
Bradby v. Whitchurch (W. N. (1868) 

81), 994. 
Bradford?). Belfleld (2 Sim. 264), 872, 

980,996, 1005, 1018, 1244, 1451. 
Bradford v. Bodfish (39 Iowa, 681), 834, 

839. 
Bradford v. Green way (17 Ala. 747; 52 

Am. Dec. 203), 664, 704. 
Bradford v. Harper (25 Ala. 337), 574. 
Bradford v. Johnson (44 Tex. 381), 711. 
Bradford!). King (18 R. I. 743; 31 Atl. 

Rep. 166), 1449, 1451. 
Bradford v. MeConihay (15 W. Va. 732) , 

1498. 
Bradford v. Marvin (2 Pla. 41), 574. 
Bradford!). Monks (132 Mass. 405), 1004. 
Bradishi). Gibbs (3 Johns. Ch. 523), 24, 

286, 651, 686, 72. 
Bradley v. Bailey (64 N. W. Rep. 758), 

1373. 
Bradley v. Bischel (81 Iowa, 80), 1414. 
Bradley v. Bosley (1 Barb. Ch. 152), 

588. 
Bradley v. Bradley (119 Mo. 68) , 359. 
Bradley v. Chester Valley R. R. Co. 

(36 Pa. St. 141), 1442, 1444, 1460, 1569. 
Bradley v. Curtis (79 Ky . 327), 689. 
Bradley v. Franklin Co. (65 Mo. 638), 

1642. 
Bradley v. Luce (99 111. 231), 1582. 
Bradley v. McBride (1 Hill Ch. 387), 

469. 
Bradley v. Norton (33 Conn. 157), 1386. 
Bradley v. Plexoto (3 Ves. 324), 1638. 
Bradley v. Westcott (13 Ves. 445), 666, 

697. 
Bradner v. Faulkner (24 N. T. 472), 

1438. 
Bradshawv. Cruise (4 Heisk. 260), 987, 

1176. 
Bradshaw v. Ellis (2 Dev. & Bat. 20), 

928. 
Bradshaw v. Fane (3 Drew. 636), lf77. 



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Bradstreet v. Clark (12 Wend. 664), 

1462. 
Bradstreet v. Butterfield (129 Mass. 

339), 898, 902. 
Bradwell v. Weeks (1 Johns. Ch. 206), 

42. 
Bradwin v. Harper (Ambl. 374), 1732. 
Brady v. Dilley (27Md.570), 959, 1057, 

1673, 1689. 
Brady v. Mayor of Brooklyn (1 Barb. 

584), 1048. 
Brady v. Parker (4 Ired. Eq. 430), 71. 
Braiuan <i. Stiles (2 Pick. 460; 13 Am. 

Dec. 445), 110, 178, 704, 1294, 1269, 1640. 
Bramet. McGee (46 Ala. 170), 704. 
Bramhalli>. Ferris (14 N. Y. 44; 67 Am. 

Dec. 113), 184,702,1269, 1296,1297, 1638, 

1640, 1746. 
Branch v. Griffin (99 N. Car. 173; 6 S. 

E. Eep. 393), 1614. 
Branch Bank v. Steele (10 Ala. 195), 

443. 
Brandlyn v. Ord (1 Atk. 571), 438, 445. 
Brandon v. Brandon (L. J. 31 Ch. 47), 

978. 
Brandon v. Brandon (3 Swanst.) 319) 

633. 
Brandon v. Carter (119 Mo. 572; 24 S. 

W. Rep. 1035), 8S8, 890. 
Brandon v. Robinson (18 Ves. 429), 667, 

668, 1263, 1270, 1289, 1290, 1301, 1302, 1638, 

1640, 1644. 
Brandt v. Mickel (28 Md. 436) , 655. 
Brandt's Appeal (8 Watts, 198), 1352. 
Brannan v. Durkin (76 Md. 451; 25 Atl. 

Rep. 481), 338. 
Brannan v. Oliver (2 Stew. 47), 405. 
Brannin v. Brannin (18 N. J. Eq. 212), 

221,525. 
Bras bridge v. Woodroffe (2 Atk. 69), 

245. 
Brasbeara. West (7 Pet. 608), 1117, 13S5. 
Brassey v. Chalmers (4 De G., M. & G. 

582; 16Beav.) 223), 1016, 1077. 
Braswell v. Morehead (1 Busb. Eq. 26), 

1437. 
Brathwaite v. Brathwaite (1 Vern. 334), 

1528. 
Bratt v. Bratt (21 Md. 578), 576. 
Brattle St. Church v. Grant (3 Gray, 

143), 819, 1303. 
Bratton v. Lowery (39 S. Car. 383; 17 S. 

E. Rep. 832), 710. 
Bratton v. Massey (15 S. Car. 277), 

722. 
Bratton v. Rogers (62 Miss. 281), 309. 
Brantigam v. Escher (2 Dem. 269), 1667. 
Bray v. Carter (115 N. Car. 16; 20 S. E. 

Eep. 161), 709. 
Bray v. West (9 Sim. 429), 892. 



Braybrooke v. Inskip (3 Ves. 417), 897, 

970, 1654. 
Brazier v. Clark ( 5 Pick. 105), 979, 1239, 

1240. 
Breckenbach v. Wlnkhaus (67 How. Pr. 

512), 1367. 
Breckenridgev. Churchill(3 J. J. Marsh. 

15), 462. 
Breedon v. Breedon (1 Russ. & Myl. 

416), 1665. 
Breed's Will, In re (L. R. 1 Ch. D. 226), 

1602. 
Breen v. Gillett (115 N. T. 10; 12 Am. 

Dec. 764), 1122. 
Breit v. Yeaton (101 111. 242), 1507, 1532. 
Brendel v. German Ref. Cong. (33 Pa. 

St. 415), 749. 
Brennan v. Wilson (71 N". Y. 502; 4 Abb. 

N. C. 279), 1021, 1394, 1750. 
Brennan v. Winkler (37 S. Car. 457; 16 

S. E. Eep. 190), 750. 
Brent v. Bank of Washington (10 Pet. 

596), 1423. 
Brereton v. Brereton (2 Ves. 87), 995, 

997, 1005. 
Bresnihan v. Sheehan (125 Mass. 11), 

530. 
Bressleru. Kent (61111. 426), 10,665. 
Breton's Estate, In re (L. R. 17 Ch. D. 

416), 70. 
Brett v. Forcer (3 Atk. 403), 682. 
Brettell, Ex parte (6 Ves. 576), 970. 
Brevard v. Neily (2 Sneed, 164), 1394. 
Brewer v. Boston Theater (104 Mass. 

378), 478, 698. 
Brewer v. Hardy (22 Pick. 376; 33 Am. 

Dec. 747), 910. 
Brewer v. Swirles (2 Sm. & Gif. 219), 

1223, 1592. 
Brewer v. University (110 N. Car. 26; 14 

S. E. Rep. 644), 734,753. 
Brewer v. Winchester (2 Allen, 389), 

1460. 
Brewster jj. Galloway (4 Lea, 558), 1171. 
Brewster v. McCall (15 Conn. 274), 

747. 
Brewster v. Power (10 Paige, 562), 373. 
Brewster v. Striker (1 E. D. Smith, 321), 

922, 1267. 
Brewster v. Striker (2 N. Y. 19), 917, 919, 

927, 937, 941. 
Brico!;. Stokes (11 Ves. 324), 1005, 1127, 

1217, 1218, 1233, 1234, 1248, 1543, 1591. 
Brickell v. Batchelder (62 Cal. 623), 1515. 
Brickell v. Earley (115 Pa. St. 473), 271, 

368. 
Brickenden v. Williams (L. R. 7 Eq. 

310), 620, 999. 
Brickenkamp v. Rees (69 Mo. 426), 1096, 

1455. 



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Bridenbecker v. Lowell (32 Barb. 10), 

333. 
Bridget. Abbott (3 Bro. Ch. 224), S38. 
Bridge v. Bridge (16Beav. 315), 88, 152, 

155. 
Bridge v. Beadon (L. R. 3 Eq. 664), 1117. 
Bridge v. Brown (2 Y. & C. 181), 832, 841, 

1025, 1154. 
Bridge v. Ward (35 Wis. 687), 1298. 
Bridgem. Biee (1 J. &W.74), 947. 
Bridgersa. Howell (27 S. Car. 425), 14, 

354. 
Bridges v. Hindes (16 Md. 101), 1364. 
Bridges v. Longman (24 Beav. 27), 1074, 

1446. 
Bridges v. Wood (4 Dana, 610), 655. 
Bridgman, In re (1 Dr. &Sm. 164), 868. 
Bridgman v. QUI (24 Beav. 302), 823, 

1591. 
Bridgman v. Green (2 Ves. 627), 158, 277, 

292, 506. 
Bridgman v. Prince (33 Me. 174) , 1049. 
Briers v. Hackney (6 Ga. 419), 1594, 1598. 
Brier, In re (L. E. 26 Ch. D. 238), 949, 

1340, 1341. 
Briggs ji. Briggs (135 Mass. 306), 1488, 

1506. 
Brlggs v. Davis (20 N. T. 15; 75 Am. 

Dec. 363), 1105. 
Briggs v. Dorr (19 Johns. 95), 1049. 
Briggs v. French (1 Sumn. 504), 38. 
Briggs v. Holcombe (3 Bich. Eq. 15), 

1690. 
Briggs v. Jones (L. B. 10 Eq. 92), 600. 
Briggs v. Lifeboats (11 Allen, 157), 17. 
Briggs v. Penny (3 De G. & Sm. 525), 

143, 254, 851. 
Briggs v. Penny (3 Macn. &G. 646), 62, 

125, 128. 
Briggs v. Sharp (L. E. 20 Eq. 317), 180. 
Bright v. Boyd (1 Story, 478) , 607, 608. 
Bright v. Bright (8B.Mon. 197), 148. 
Brightu. Knight (35W. Va. 40; 13 S. E. 

Bep. 63), 370,502. 
Bright u. Larcher (3 De G. & J. 148), 

1355. 
Bright v. Ligerton (2 De G., F. & J. 

606), 1544,1596. 
Bright v. North (2 Ph. 220), 988. 
Brill v. Wright (112 ST. Y. 129), 1354. 
Brinckerhofl v. Lansing (4 Johns. Ch. 

64), 496. 
Brinckerhofl v. Vansciven (4 N. J. Eq. 

251), 676. 
Brinckerhofl v. Wemple (1 Wend. 470), 

1266. 
Bringhurst v. Cuthbert (6 BInn. 398), 

943, 956. 
Brinkleyti. Willis (22 Ark. 1), 1537. 
Brlnkman v. Jones (44 Wis. 498), 450. 



Brinsden v. Williams (8 Rep. 574; 

(1894), 3 Ch. 185), 426. 
Brlntonn. Lulham (53 L. T. (N. S.) 9), 

1161. 
Brinton's Estate (10 Pa. St. 408), 1679. 
Brisbane «. Stoughton (17 Ohio, 482), 

1515. 
Briscoe v. Briscoe (7 Ir. Eq. 129), 104. 
Brison i>. Brison (75 Cal. 525; 7 Am. St. 

Rep. 189), 232, 269, 600, 518. 
Brison v. Brison (90 Cal. 823; 27 Pac. 

Rep. 186), 220, 862. 
Brlsson v. Brisson (27 Cal. 186), 25. 
Bristol n. Bristol (53 Conn. 242), 747. 
Bristol v. Hungerford (2 Vern. 645), 243. 
Bristom. Bristor (101 Ind. 47), 667. 
Bristorw. Tasker (135 Pa. St. 110), 159. 
Bristow v. Lane (21 111. 194), 76. 
Bristow v. McCall (16 S. Car. 645), 912. 
Bristow v. Skirrow (L. R. 10 Eq. 1),620, 

999. 
British Bank Co. v. Charnwood Ry. Co. 

(L. R. 18 Q. B. D. 715), 484. 
British Museum v. White (2 Sim. & St. 

594), 734, 737. 
Brittlebanku. Goodwin (L. R. 5 Eq. 

545), 1257, 1536. 
Britton v. Johnson (2 Hill Ch. 430), 

406. 
Britton v. Lewis (8 Rich. Eq. 271), 396. 
Britton v. Lorenz (45 N. Y. 52; 3 Daly, 

23), 1362. 
Broach v. Smith (75 Ga. 159), 578. 
Broad v. Bevan (1 Buss. 511), 119. 
Broadbent v. Barrow (L. R. 29 Ch. D. 

660) , 768. 
Broadhurst v. Balguy (1 Y. & C. Ch. 

16),1C05, 1217, 1598. 
Broadman v. iKtna Ins. Co. (128 U. S. 

240_), 647. 
Broadrupn. Woodman (27 Ohio St. 653), 

46, 61. 
Broadway Nat.Bk. v. Adams (133 Mass. 

170), 156, 1270, 1273, 1293, 1637, 1644. 
Brock v. Barnes (40 Barb. 621), 286, 419. 
Brock v. Brock (90 Ala. 86; 8 So. Rep. 

11), 145,234. 
Brock v. Phillips (2 Wash. 68), 455. 
Brocken v. Miller (4 W. & S. 102), 445. 
Brodern. Conklin (77 Cal. 330; 19 Pac. 

Rep. 513), 1731, 1738. 
Broderick v. Broderick (1 P. Wms. 239), 

282,491,494. 
Broderick v. Waltham, etc. Bank (109 

Mass. 149) , 1634. 
Brodleu. Barrie (3Meriv. 696), 842. 
Brogden, In re (L. R. 38 Ch. D. 546), 

1115,1335,1342. 
Bromfleld, Ex ~>arte (1 Bro. Ch. 516), 

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Bromfleld, Ex parte (1 Ves. Jr. 453), 299. 
Brouson e. Kinsie (1 How. 321), 1442. 
Bronson e. Wanzer (86 Mo. 408), 576. 
Brooke. Badley (L. E. 2 Ch. App. 672), 

256. 
Brook e. Bradley (L. B. 4 Bq. 106), 813. 
Brook e. Brook (3 Sm. & G. 280), 167, 

614. 
Brook e. Chappell (34 Wis. 405), 517. 
Brooke e. Brooke (25 Beav. 342), 11, 656, 

716. 
Brooke e. Berry (2 Gill, 83), 484. 
Brooke e. Bulksley (2 Ves. 498), 432, 434, 

595. 
Brookings e. White (49 Me. 479), 706. 
Brookman e. Hales (2 V. &B. 45), 258, 

399. 
Brooks e. Brooks (1 Beav. 531), 26. 
Brooks e. Hatch (6 Leigh, 534), 34. 
Brooks e. Haynes )L. E. 6 Eq. 25), 861. 

884. 
Brooks e. Jones (11 Met. 84), 922, 941. 
Brooks e. Marbury (11 Wheat. 78), 1318, 

1329, 1381,1383,1394. 
Brooks e. Martin (2 Wall. 70), 185, 663. 
Brooks v. Nichols (17 Mich. 38), 1385. 
Brooks e. Shelton (54 Miss. 353), 309. 
Brooksbank e. Smith (2 Y. & C. 58), 

470. 
Brophy e. Belamy (L. E. 8 Ch. 798), 831, 

1008,1119. 
Brothers e. Brothers (7 Ired. 150), 390, 

1184. 
Brothers v. Porter (6 B. Mon. 106), 216, 

217. 
Brotherton e. Hult (2 Vern. 574), 443. 
Brotherton e. Weathersby (73 Tex. 

471), 47. 
Brouard e . Dumaresque (3 Moo. P. C. 

457), 1484. 
Brougham e. Poulett (19 Beav. 119), 

857. 
Broughton v. Lane (113 N. Car. 16; 18 

S. JE. Eep. 85), 696. 
Brower e. Buxton (101 N. Car. 419), 

1467. 
Brower v. Callender (105 U. S. 88), 904. 
Brower e. WItmeyer (121 Ind. 83), 574. 
Brown, In re (L. E.23 Ch. D. 889), 948. 
Brown, In re (L. E. 10 Eq. 349) , 1013. 
Brown, In re (45 Mich. 326), 1287. 
Brown e. Bamford (11 Sim. 131), 669. 
Brown e. Bontee (10 Sm. &M. 26S), 977. 
Brown e. Brabb (67 Mich. 17), 1409. 
Browne. Brown (L. E. 29 Ch. D. 88C), 

1204. 
Brown e. Brown (31 Gratt. 502), 101. 
Brown v. Brown (154 111. 35; 39 K". B. 

Eep. 983), 429. 
Brown e. Brown (12 Md. 87), 107, 851. 



Brown e. Brown (L. R. 3 P. & M. 202), 

726. 
Brown e. Brown (86 Tenn. 277; 6 S. W. 

Eep. 869), 1523. 
Brown e. Brown (3 T. & C. 395), 907. 
Brown e. Buckton (2 Sim. (N. S.) 91) , 

1526. 
Brown v. Burbank (64 Cal. 99), 287. 
Brown v. Carter (111 N. Car. 183) , 139. 
Brown e. Castles (11 Cush. 348), 477, 481, 

489. 
Brown v. Cave (23 S. Car. 251), 313. 
Browne. Chamberlain (9Fla. 464), 1362. 
Brown e. Cheney (59 Barb. 628), 307. 
Brown e. Cherry (56 Barb. 635 ; 38 How. 

Pr. 352; 38 Am. Dec. 433), 1054. 
Browne. Clark (3 Ves. 166), 665,678. 
Brown e. Combs (29 N. J. Eq. 36), 51,52. 
Brown v. Concord (33 ST. H. 286), 749. 
Brown e. County of Buena Vista (5 

Otto), 161,464. 
Brown e. Cowell (116 Mass. 461), 1172, 

1178, 1181, 1184. 
Brown v. Curry (19 Ala. 805), 1427. 
Brown v. De Tastet (Jacobs, 296), 194, 

196, 1710, 1713. 
Brown v. Dwelly (45 Me. 52), 414. 
Brown v. Dysinger (1 Eawle, 408), 525. 
Brown v. East (5 Mon. 405), 586. 
Brown v. Elton (2 P. Wms. 202), 678. 
Brown v . Terrell (83 Ey. 417), 570. 
Brown v. Foote (2 Tenn. Ch. 255), 653, 

666,671. 
Browne. French (125 Mass. 410; 28 Am. 

Eep. 254), 1200, 1214. 
Brown v. Gelatley (L. E. 2 Ch. App. 

751), 1437. 
Brown v. Gilman (4 Wheat. 255), 241. 
Brown v. Goodyear (88 Ind. 672), 495. 
Brown v. Guthrie (27 Tex. 610), 364,1367. 
Browne. Harris (25 Barb. 136), 944. 
Brown e. Harris (7 Tex. Civ. App. 664; 

27 S. W. Eep. 45), 1035, 1264. 
Brown v. Hartford Ins. Co. (11 Law 

Eep. (N. S.), 926), 1030. 
Brown e. Heathcote (1 Atk. 160), 1408. 
Browne. Higgs (4 Ves. 708; 7 Ves. 279; 

8 Ves. 570), 34, 130, 165, 258, 613, 620, 

627, 637, 643, 893, 997, 998, 1000, 1106. 
Brown e. Hobson (3 A. E. Marsh. 381), 

1040. 
Brown v. How (Barn. 354), 1559. 
Brown e. Humnel (6 Pa. St. 86), 781. 
Brown e. Johnson (17 Ala. 241), 654, 655. 
Brown e. Jones (1 Atk. 158), 240. 
Browne. Eelsey (3 Cush. 243), 755, 763. 
Browne. Kennedy (33 Beav. 133), 419. 
Brown e. Knox (6 Mo. 3( 2), 1369. 
Brown e. Lake Superior Iron Co. (134 

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Brown e. Lambert (33 Gratt. 263), 328, 

987, 1257. 
Brown e. Leads (107 Mass. 364), 489. 
Browne. Litton (1 P. Wms. 140), 196, 

1683, 1710, 1713. 
Brown e. Lynch (1 Paige, 147), 219, 510, 

625. 
Brown e. Lyon (17 Ala. 659), 1318, 1369. 
Brown e. McDonald (1 Hill Ch. 297), 



Brown v. Meeting St. Baptist Soc. (9 

E. I. 171), 787. 
Brown v. Meigs (11 Hun, 203), 1012. 
Brown v. Miller (63 Mich. 413), 721. 
Brown v. Minturn (2 Gall. 657), 1380, 

1383. 
Brown e. Montgomery (20 N. Y. 287; 75 

Am. Dec. 404), 492, 494. 
Brown v. Mulling (24 Miss. 209), 836. 
Browne. Oakshott (12 Beav. 252), 1564, 

1567. 
Brown e. Panooast (34 N. J. Eq. 324), 

734, 749, 755. 
Brown e. Payne (Sty. 147), 860. 
Brown e. Petney (3 111. 468) , 359. 
Browne. Pocock (2 R. & M. 210; 5 Sim. 

663), 649. 
Browne. Pocock (6 Sim. 257), 167, 614, 

624, 1000. 
Brown e. Ramsden (3 Moore, 612), 919. 
Brown v. Kicketts (4 Johns. Ch. 303), 

1255. 
Brown e. Sansome (1 Macn. & G. 327), 

1255. 
Brown e. Sansome (1 McClel. & T. 427), 

1219. 
Brown e. Savage (4 Drew. 635; 5 Jur. 

1020), 1181, 1182. 
Brown e. Selwin (Oas. t. Talb. 240), 247, 

693. 
Brown e. Simpson (4 Kan. 76), 578. 
Brown v. Smith (116 Mass. 108), 1503. 
Brown v. Stead (5 Sim. 535), 978. 
Brown e. Stoughton (14 Sim. 369), 820. 
Brown e. Strait (19 111. 89), 76. 
Brown e. Temperly (3 Russ. 263), 837. 
Brown e. Terrell (83 Ky. 417), 575. 
Brown e. Thompson (31 S. Car. 436), 

688. 
Brown e. Turner (113 Mo. 27; 20 S. W. 

Rep. 660), 341. 
Browne. Vanlier (7 Humph. 239), 577. 
Brown e. Volkening (64 K. Y. 76), 

449. 
Brown e. Whiteway (8 Hare, 156)), 923, 

924,930,942, 1268. 
Brown e. Williamson (36 Pa. St. 338), 

921, 1288, 1296, 1610. 
Brown v. Wright (39 Ga. 96), 1214. 
Brown e. Wright (4 Yerg. 57), 1721. 



Brown & Manzanares Co. e. Sampson 

(44111. App. 308), 706. 
Browne e. Bedford (4Dem. 304), 832. 
Browne e. Browne (J Harr. & J. 430), 

617. 
Browne e. Cavendish (1 Jon. & La. 637), 

153, 1379. 
Browne e. Doane (86 Ga. 32; 12 S. E. 

Rep. 179), 501. 
Brownell e. Stoddard (42 Neb. 177; 60 

N. W. Rep. 380), 336. 
Browning v. Hart (6 Barb. 91), 1390. 
Browning e. Headley (2 Rob. 342), 678. 
Browning e. Pumphrey (SI Tes. 163; 

l&S. W. Rep. 870), 268. 
Brown's Trusts, Inre (L. R. 5 Eq. 88), 

1117. 
Brownson v, Roberts (5 Redf. 676), 1697. 
Broyles v. Nowlin (59 Tenn. 19;), 204, 

388, 402, 533. 
Brubakere. Huber (13 Pa. Co. Ct. 78), 

1289. 
Bruce e. Lorillard (62 Hun, 416), 1687. 
Bruce e. Roney (18 111. 67), 308. 
Bruce v. Rogers (8 Sen. & Let 395), 480. 
Bruce v. Tilson (25 N. Y. 197), 1667. 
Bruch e. Lantz (2 Rawle, 392; 21 Am. 

Dec. 458), 392, 1178, 1633. 
Brudenell e. Boughton (2 Atk. 272), 139, 

1355. 
Bruene. Gillett (115 N. Y. 10; 12 Am. 
St. Rep. 764; 4 L. R. A. 529), 1230, 
1235. 
Bruin e. Knott (1 PhiU. 572), 834. 
Brummel e. McPherson (5 Russ. 264), 

40. 
Brumnete. Weaver (2 Ore. 168), 710. 
Brundage e. Deardorf (55 Fed. Rep. 

839), 798. 
Brandy v. Mayfleld (15 Mont. 201; 38 

Pac. Rep. 1067), 186. 
Brune e. Martyn (8 B. & Cr. 497), 926, 

942. 
Brunnenmeyer v. Buhre (32 111. 183), 782, 

796,1722. 
Brunsden e. Woolredge (Amb. 507), 

166,637,641. 
Brunskille. Caird (L. R. 16 Eq. 493), 

1118, 1154. 
Brunson e. Henry (140 Ind. 455; 39 N. 

E. Rep. 256), 178. 
Brunson v. Hunter (2 Hill Ch. 490), 128, 

130. 
Brush v. Blanchard (19 111. 31), 957. 
Brush e. Kinsley (14 Ohio 20) , 577. 
Brush v. Scribner (11 Oonn. 388), 439. 
Brush v. Ware (15 Pet. 93), 454. 
Bruyere v. Pemberton (12 Ves. 386), 387. 
Bryan e. Bradley (10 Conn. 474), 910. 
Bryan e. Duncan (11 Ga. 67), 1178. 



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Bryan, In re (L. R. 14 Ch. D. 516), 675. 
Bryan v. McNaughton (38 Kan. 98), 418. 
Bryan v. Milby (6 Del. Ch. 208; 24 Atl. 

Rep. 333), 125. 
Bryan v. Primm (IBreese, 33), 473. 
Bryan v. Reynolds (5 Wis. 200), 555. 
Bryant;. Weems (29 Ala. 423; 65 Am. 

Dec. 405), 922, 923, 925,931, 941,1268. 
Bryant v. Craig (12 Ala. 354), 1214. 
Bryant v. Duncan (11 Ga. 67), 656. 
Bryant v. Hendricks (5 Iowa, 256), 309. 
Bryant v. Packett (3Hayw. 252), 461. 
Bryant v. Russell (23 Pick. 540), 1120, 

1331. 
Bryant v. Thompson (59 N. Y. 545), 1746. 
Bryant v. Thompson (128 ST. Y. 426), 

1746. 
Brydges v. Phillips (6 Ves. 570), 1322. 
Brydgesu. Watton (IV. & B. 134), 893. 
Bryn v. Godfrey (4 Ves. 10), 506. 
Buchan v. Sumner (2 Barb. Ch. 169), 

567. 
Buchanan v. Buchanan (38 S. Car. 410; 

17 S. E. Rep. 218), 523. 
Buchanans. Deshon (1 Har. & G. 280), 

28. 
Buchanan j>. Hamilton (5 Ves. 722), 9, 

900,904,1575. 
Buchanan v. Harrison (1 J. & H. 662), 

256, 978. 
Buchanan v. Hart (31 Tex. 647), 906. 
Buchanans. Turner (26 Md. 1),664. 
Buck v. Ashbrook (59 Mo. 200), 681. 
Buck v. Paine (50 Miss. 648) , 450. 
Buckt>. Pike (11 Me. 9), 307,370. 
Buck v. Swazey (36 Me. 41), 315, 369. 
Buck v. Uhrich (16 Pa. St. 499), 334. 
Buckeridge v. Glasse (1 Cr. & P. 126), 

326,880,905, 1591,1598. 
Buckfordc. Wade (17Ves. 97), 364. 
Buckhout w. Hunt (16 How. Pr. 407), 

1334. 
Buckinghamshire?;. Drury (2 Eden, 60), 

12, 27. 
Buckinghamshire v. Hobart (3 Swanst. 

199), 978. 
Buckland v. Conway (16 Mass. 393), 

1048. 
Buckle v. Levy (70 Cal. 250), 704. 
Buckles v. Lafferty (2 Rob. 292), 400. 
Buckley v. Buckley (11 Barb. 43), 1355. 
Buckley v. Royal Nat. Lifeboat Inst. 

(L. R. 41 Ch. D. 168; L. R. 43 Ch. D. 

27), 813. 
Buckley v. Wells (33 N. T. 518), 687, 688. 
Buckley v. Wheeler (52 Mich. 1), 14. 
Buckley v. Wilford (2 CI. & Pin. 102), 

419, 420, 508. 
Buckley's Appeal (35 W. N. C. 105\ 

1303, 1304. 



Buekner v. Coldecott (28 Miss. 575), 

1537. 
Buckworth v. Buckworth (1 Cox, 80), 

834, 1561, 1563. 
Budd v. Busti (1 Harr. 69), 579. 
Budd v. Hiler (27 N. J. L. 43), 899, 1054. 
Budge v. Gnmmow (L. R. 7 Ch. App. 

720), 947,949,1137,1250'. 
Buel v. YeWerton (L. R. 13 Eq. 131), 

894. 
Buell v. Buckingham (16 Iowa, 284), 

411, 1178, 1411. 
Buell v. Underwood (65 Ala. 285), 1451. 
Buettner v. Frazer (1U0 Mich. 179; 58 

N. W. Rep. 834), 797. 
Buffalo County, etc. Bank v. Sharpe 

(40 Neb. 123; 58 N. W. Rep. 734), 708. 
Buffalo R. R. Co. v. Lampson (47 Barb. 

533), 374. 
Buffalow v. Buffalow (5 Dev. & Bat. 

Eq. 241), 425. 
Buffjrc. Bradford (2 Atk. 220), 245. 
Buford w. Caldwell (3 Mo. 477), 484. 
Buford v. Guthrie (14 Bush, 677), 1178, 

1639. 
Buford v. McKee (1 Dana, 107), 150, 153. 
Bugden v. Tylee (21 Beav. 545), 1564, 

1566. 
Buggins v. Yates (9 Mod. 122), 125, 242. 
Bulkley v. De Peyster (26 Wend. 21), 

877. 
Bulkley v. Eglinton (19 Jur. 994), 900. 
Bulkley v. Whitcomb (121 N. Y. 107), 

412. 
Bulkley v. Wilford (2 CI. & Fin. 177; 8 

Bligh, 111), 419, 511, 513, 514. 
Bull v. Bull (8 Conn. 47; 20 Am. Dec. 

86), 130, 131, 747, 1000, 1320. 
Bull v. Coe (77 Cal. 54; 11 Am. St. Rep. 

235), 704. 
Bull K.Harris (18 B. Mon. 195), 1415. 
Bull, lure (45Barb. 334), 1038. 
Bull v. Kentucky Nat. Bank (14 S. W. 

Rep. 425), 1298. 
Bullard v. Attorney-General (153 Mass. 

249), 1060, 1132. 
Bullard v. Chandler (149 Mass. 532; 14 

Am. St. Rep. 442), 748, 1060. 
Bullard v. Goffe (20 Pick. 252), 912. 
Bullard v. Town of Shirley (153 Mass. 

659), 731. 
Bullock v. Grimstead (95 Ky. 261; 24 S. 

W. Rep. 867), 706. 
Bullock?;. Stones (2 Ves. 521), 838. 
Bullpin v. Clark (17 Ves. 365), 693, 697. 
Bulmeru. Hunter (L. J. 38 Ch. 543), 98. 
Bulweru. Astley (lPh. 422), 1435. 
Bumgarner v. Coggswell (49 Mo. 259), 

1126. 
Bumpus v. Bumpus (59 Mich. 95), 560. 



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Bumpus v. Platner (1 Johns. Ch. 213), 

445. 
Bunbury v. Bunbury (1 Beav. 318), 36. 
Bundy v. Bundy (38 N. Y. 410), 31. 
Bundy v. Cocke (128 U. S. 188), 660. 
Bunn v. Todd (115 N. Oar. 138; 20 S. E. 

Eep. 869), 205. 
Bunn v. Vaughn (5 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 

271), 944. 
Bunn v. Winthrop (1 Johns. Ch. 329), 

76,105,152,159, 160, 
Bunnell v. Witberow (29 Ind. 123), 552. 
Bunner v. Storm (1 Sandf. Ch. 357), 

1092. 
Buntin v. French (16 N. H. 592), 579. 
Bunting v. Sargent (L. E. 13 Ch. D. 

330), 813. 
Bunton v. King (80 Iowa, 506; 45 N. W. 

Eep. 1050), 1629. 
Burbank v. Burbank (152 Mass. 254), 

748. 
Burbank v. Whitney (24 Pick. 146; 35 

Am. Dec. 312), 21, 22, 748, 812, 924. 
Burchw. Breckenridge (16B. Mon. 482; 

63 Am. Dec. 553), 664, 698, 700. 
Burchi;. Burch (19 Ga. 174), 861. 
Burchardu. Dunbar (82 111. 453), 699. 
Burden v. Amperse (14 Mich. 91; 90 Am. 

Dec. 225), 707, 713. 
Burdett v. Spilsbury (6 Man . & G. 386) , 

1009. 
Burdgeu. Bolin (106 Ind. 176), 14. 
Burdick v. Garrlck (L. K. 5 Ch. 241), 

1255, 1257. 
Burdick v. Goddard (11 E. I. 516), 

908. 
Burdon v. Burdon (1 Ves. & B. 170), 1710. 
Buren v . B uren (79 Mo . 538) , 335 . 
Burford v. Lenthal (2 Atk. 551) , 742. 
Burgesu. Greene (64 Ala. 509), 573. 
Burgess v. Burgess (1 Coll. 367), 694. 
Burgess v. Buggies (146 111. 506) , 1512. 
Burgess v. Wheate (1 Eden, 223), 3, 16, 

41, 42, 263 264, 298, 432, 966, 1277, 1572. 
Burgin v. Burgin (1 Ired. Law, 453), 

1368. 
Burham v. James (1 Speer Eq. 375), 

1537. 
Burkart v. Bucher (2 Binn. 465), 454. 
Burke D.Adair (23 W. Va. 139), 1093, 

1509. 
Burke v. Andrews (91 Ala. 360; 8 So. 

Ecip. 369), 239. 
Burke, Ex parte (4 Sandf. Ch. 617), 831, 

1561. 
Burke v. Jones (2 V. & B. 275), 11G0, 

1347. 
Burke o. Eoper (79 Ala. 142), 733,749. 
Burke v. Valentine (52 Barb. 412), 928, 

940. 



Burke's Estate (1 Par. Sel. Cas. 470), 

1381. 
Burkleji. Leary (70 Cal. 250), 1542. 
Burks v. Burks (7 Bast. 353), 204, 309, 

388, 534. 
Burleigh v. Clough (52 N. H. 267), 106, 

108, 926. 
Burleigh v. White (64 Me. 23), 340. 
Burley v. Russell (ION. H. 184), 3S1. 
Burling v. Newlands (112 Cal. 476; 44 

Pac. Eep. 810), 1567. 
Burlingame v. Hobbs (12 Gray, 367), 

1724. 
Burmeaterw. Norris (6 Exc. 796), 1032. 
Burnt. Carvalho(4Myl. & Cr. 690), 34, 

88. 
Burnaby v. Griffin (3 Ves. 206), 102. 
Burnetts. Deniston (5 Johns. Ch. 15), 

1479. 
Burnett v. Hawpe (25 Gratt. 481), 667, 

711. 
Burnett v. Whitehead (2 P. Wms. 645), 

603. 
Burneyp. McDonald (15 Sim. 6), 41, 42, 

43. 
Burnham v. Barth (89 Wis. 362), 1605, 

1607. 
Burnham v. San Francisco Fuse Mnfg. 

Co. (76 Cal. 26), 660. 
Burns v. Dawson (66 Ala. 476), 704. 
Burns v. Middleton (104 111. 411), 1498, 

1499. 
Burns v. Eoss (71 Tex. 516; 9 S. W. Eep. 

468), 309. 
Burns v. Taylor (23 Ala. 255), 574. 
Burnes v. Thayer (115 Mass. 89), 1491. 
Burnsidew. Wayman (49 Mo. 356), 155, 

1852. 
Burr v. Barden (61 111. 389), 1490, 1492. 
Burr v. Bigler (16 Abb. Pr. 177), 960, 959, 

1139. 
Burri>. Carbondale (76111. 455), 1542. 
Burr v. McDonald (3 Gratt. 215), 1411. 
Burru. McEwen (Baldw. 164), 959, 1029, 

1057, 1138, 1139, 1157. 
Burr v. Sherwood (3 Bradf . 86) , 680. 
Burr v. Sim (1 Whart. 252), 262, 927, 928, 

940, 1013, 1087. 
Burr v. Smith (7 Vt. 241), 744, 750, 762, 

776. 
Burrell v. Egremont (6 Beav. 205), 979. 
Burrlllj). Boardman (42 N. T. 254; 3 

Am. Eep. 694), 84, 750, 752. 
Burrill v. Shiel (2 Barb. 457), 895, 1123, 

1218. 
Burritt v. Slllman (13 N. T. 93; 64 Am. 

Dec. 532), 857, 877. 
Burrough v. DeCoults (70 Cal. 361), 163. 
Burrough v. Elton (11 Ves. 29), 280. 
Burroughs v. Bunnell (70 Md. 18), 993. 



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Burroughs v. Burroughs (70 Md. 18), 

1032. 
Burroughs ». Gaither (66 Md. 171; 7 

Atl. Eep. 243), 1571, 1720. 
Burrow v. Phillcox (5 Myl. & Or. 72), 

166, 167, 253, 614, 624, 627, 998. 
Burrows v. Gore (6 H. L. Cas. 907), 1537. 
Burrows v. Lehndorff (8 Iowa, 96), 1364. 
Burrowsc. Lock (10 Ves. 475), 539, 1181. 
Burrows v. Wells (5 De G., M. & G. 

253), 1564. 
Burrus v. Eoulhac (2 Bush, 39), 575. 
Burt v. Wilson (28 Oal. 632), 239, 574. 
BurtiS'y. Dodge (IBarb. Ch. 77), 1687. 
Burtnetttf. First Nat.. Bank (38 Mich. 

630), 1634. 
Burton v. Hastings (2 P. Wms. 535; 

Gilb. Eq. 113), 102, 105. 
Burton i>. Henry (90 Ala. 281), 573. 
Burtons. Wookey (6 Madd. 367), 194, 

390, 1683. 
Burton's Estate (1 Pars. 24), 1210. 
Burtt's Estate (1 Drew. 319), 1015. 
Burwell©. Carwood (2 How. 560), 1031. 
Busby v. Mitchell (23 S. Oar. 476), 987. 
Bush v. Allen (5 Mod. 63), 178, 652, 930. 
Bushi). Bush (1 Strobh. Eq. 377), 1569. 
Bush v. Bush (3 Strobh. Eq. 301), 440, 

442. 
Bush v. Bush (2 Duv. 269), 1081. 
Bush v. Lathrop (22 N. Y. 549), 460. 
Bush v. Lindsey (44 Cal. 121), 862. 
Bush v. Sherman (80 111. 160), 1184, 1451, 

1456, 1478, 1493, 1507, 1509. 
Bushu. Stanley (122 111. 406; 13 N. E. 

Eep. 249), 307, 308,1743. 
Bush v. Walker (6 S. W. Eep. 717), 209. 
Bushongtf. Taylor (82 Mo. 660), 1070. 
Bush's Appeal (33 Pa. St. 85), 672, 1622. 
Butcher v. Musgrove (2 Beav. 491), 38. 
Butler v. Boston, etc. E. Co. (24 Hun, 

99), 1221. 
Butler B.Butler (L. K. 7 Ch. D. 116), 

1250. 
Butler v. Butler (21 Kan. 521), 653. 
Butlers). Carter (L. E. 5 Eq. 276), 1114, 

1138, 1536, 1538. 
Butler v. Cumpston (L. E. 7 Eq. 16), 694, 

698. 
Butler v. Duncomb (1 P. Wms. 448), 

1073, 1529. 
Butler, Ex parte (1 Atk. 213), 972. 
Butler v. Freeman (Amb. 302), 826,827. 
Butler v. Gazzam (81 Ala. 491; 1 So. 

Eep. 16), 1077. 
Butler v. Godley (1 Dev. 94), 977. 
Butler v. Gray (L. E. 5 Ch. App. 26), 

166,641. 
Butler v. Green (16 N. T. Supl. 888), 

85. 



Butler v. Haskell (4 Desaus. Eq. 664), 

383, 390,393,480,1595. 
Butler v. Hyland (89 Cal. 575; 26 Pac. 

Eep. 1108), 72, 287, 503, 852. 
Butlers. Ladue (12 Mich. 173), 1518. 
Butler v. Merchants' Ins. Co. (14 Ala. 

777), 29, 339, 366, 367,369. 
Butlers. Shoemaker (32 Pac. Eep. 265), 

311. 
Butler v. Sprague (66 N. T. 392), 1634. 
Butler v. Weeks (12 Misc. Eep. 192; 33 

N. Y. Supl. 1090), 55. 
Butler's Appeal (26 Pa. St. 63), 489. 
Buttanshaw v. Martin (Johns. 89), 671. 
Butterneld v. Barnham (19 Minn. 85), 

1508. 
Butterneld v. Okie (36 N. J. Eq. 482), 

570, 576. 
Butterfleld's Will, In re (133 N. Y. 473), 

907. 
Buttrick v. Holden (13 Met. 355), 449. 
Butts v. Wood (38 Barb. 188), 405, 410. 
Byrchall v. Bradford (6 Madd. 16), 1205, 

1253, 1591. 
Byrd v. Bradley (2 B. Mon. 239), 1368. 
Byrd v. Clarke (52 Miss. 623), 1490. 
Byrne v. Byrne (113 Cal. 294; 45 Pac. 

Eep. 636), 1579. 
Byrne v. Norcott (13 Beav. 336), 1205, 

1253, 1679. 
Byrne v. Southouse (3 Bro. Ch. 107), 

1219. 
Buxton v. Buxton (1 Myl. & Cr. 80), 1338. 
Buxton v. Monkhouse (Coop. 42), 842. 
Bybee v. Smith (88 Ky. 648), 576. 
Bybee v. Thorp (4 B. Mon. 313), 836. 
Byam v. Byam (19 Beav. 58), 671, 1086. 
Byersv. Danley (27 Ark. 77), 363. 
Byers v. McCartney (62 Iowa, 339), 750, 

756. 
Byers v. Wackman (16 Ohio St. 440), 308, 

356. 
Byington v. Moore (62 Iowa, 470), 417. 
Byne v. Blackburn (26 Beav. 41), 183. 
Byrchell ti. Bradford (6 Madd. 236), 386, 

857. 
Byrn v. Godfrey (4 Ves. 10), 517. 
Byrne v. Carew (13 Ir. Eq. 1), 721. 
Byrne v. Gunning (75 Md. 30; 23 Atl. 

Eep. 1), 1067. 
Byron v. Eayner (25 Md. 424), 396. 



c. 



Cable v . Cable (146 Pa. St. 451) , 1616. 
Cable v. Minneapolis Stock Yards Co. 

(47 Minn. 417), 1513. 
Oadbury v. Duval (10 Pa. St. 267), 1530, 

1653. 
Cadman v. Horder (18 Ves. 11), 628. 



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Cadogan v. Ewart (7 Ad. & El. 136), 926, 

927. 
Cadogan v. Kemmett (Oowp. 432), 98, 

1389. 
Oaflrey v. Darby (6 Ves. 488), 1144. 
Caflrey v. McMlohael (64 N. Car. 507), 

836. 
Cage v. Oassidy (23 How. 109), 38. 
Cagney v. O'Brien (83 111. 72), 513. 
Cagwinu. Buerkle (55 Ark. 5; 17 S. W. 

Eep. 266), 251,1701. 
Cain v. Cox (23 W. Va. 594), 72. 
Cairns v. Chaubert (9 Paige, 164), 1341, 
Cainesu. Grant (5Binn. 119), 216, 321. 

1434, 1438, 1687. 
Cairns v. Colborn (104 Mass. 247), 367, 

368. 
Cake's Estate, In re (157 Pa. St. 457; 27 

Atl. Eep. 773), 1016, 1172. 
Caldecott v. Brown (2 Hare, 144) 1026, 

1434. 
Calder v. Moran (49 Mich. 14), 75. 
Caldwell i;.Boyd (109 Ind. 447), 1172, 

1641. 
Caldwell v. Brown (36 111. 103), 1083. 
Caldwell v. Caldwell (7 Bush, 515), 231, 

269, 355. 
Caldwell v. Carrington (9 Pet. 86), 432, 

434, 595. 
Caldwell v. Coates (78 Pa. St. 312), 1400, 

1403. 
Caldwell v. Lowden (3 Brewst. 63) , 953. 
Caldwell v. McVicker (12 Ark. 746), 1342. 
Caldwell v. Sigourney (19 Conn. 37), 390, 

414. 
Caldwell v. Taggart (4 Pet. 190), 1729. 
Caldwell v. Williams (1 Bailey Eq. 175), 

151. 
Caldwell v. Williams (1 Ind. 405), 1384. 
Calhoun v. Burnett (40 Miss. 599), 328, 

1581. 
Calhoun v. Calhoun (41 Ala. 369), 829, 

836. 
Calhoun v. Ferguson (7 Rich. Eq. 165), 

1438. 
Calhoun v. King (5 Ala. 523), 1576, 1577. 
Calhoun's Estate (6 Watts, 185), 1057, 

1200, 1341. 
Calkins v. Cheney (72 111. 462), 818. 
Calkins v. Long (22 Barb. 97), 726. 
Callaghan v. O'Brien (136 Mass. 378), 

1479. 
Callan's Estate, In re (,L. R. 7 Ir. 102), 

1309. 
Callen v. Wilson (127 TJ . S. 640 ; 8 Sup. Ct. 

1301), 1492. 
Callender v. Keystone Mut. Life Ins. Co. 

(23 Pa. St. 471), 1667,1678. 
Callisti. Folsoin (6 Gill & J. 70), 1537. 
Callis v. Rideout (7 Gill & J. 1), 1721. 



Calloway v. Gilmer (36 Ala. 354), 401. 
Calloway v. People's Bank (34 Fed. Rep. 

154), 1445. 
Calmes, Ex parte (1 Hill Ch. 112), 1169, 

1215. 
Calver v. Calver (3 Stookt. 215), 390, 414. 
Calvert v. Davis (5 Gill & J. 301), 424. 
Calvert v. Sebbon (4 Beav. 222), 893. 
CamberwellBlg. Soo. v. Holloway (L. 

R. 13Ch.D.754),477. 
Cambridge Valley Bank v. Delano (48 

Barb. 326), 479. 
Camden v. Hiteshaw (23 W. Va. 236), 

711. 
Camden v. Murray (L. E. 16 Ch. D. 161), 

827. 
Camden Safe Deposit & Trust Co. v. 

Ingham (40 N. J. Eq. 3), 1554. 
Cameron t>. Adams (31 Mich. 426), 1514. 
Cameron v. Austin (65 Wis. 652; 27 N. W. 

Eep. 622), 201. 
Cameron v. Lewis (56 Miss. 76), 419. 
Cameron v. Mason (7 Ired. Eq. 180), 

578. 
Cameron v. Ward (8 Ga. 245), 231, 600, 

618, 425. 
Oamley v. Waterhouse (80 Tex. 340), 

577. 
Gammanno. Cammann (2 Dem. 211), 

1688. 
Camoys v. Best (19 Beav. 414), 864. 
Camp v. Camp (2 Ala. 636), 488. 
Camp v. Cleary (76 Va. 140), 1301, 1302. 
Camp v. Crocker (54 Conn. 21), 747. 
Campbell v. Bainbridge (L. E. 6 Eq. 269, 

653, 1681. 
Campbell v. Baldwin (2 Humph. 248) , 

677. 
Campbell v. Campbell (8 Fed. Eep. 460), 

1170. 
Campbell v. Campbell (2 Jones Eq. 364, 

503. 
Campbell v. Campbell (21 Mich. 428), 

309. 
Campbell v. Campbell (70 Wis. 311), 66, 

372. 
Campbell v. Day (16 Vt. 366), 1117. 
Campbells. Foster i.35 N. T. 361), 228, 

1297. 
Campbell v. French (3 Ves. 321), 682. 
Campbell v. Golden (79 Ky. 644), 832. 
Campbell v. Hamilton (4 Wash. C. C. 

93), 960. 
Campbell v. Johnson (1 Sandf . Ch. 148), 

403, 604, 1184. 
Campbell v. Low (9 Barb. 591), 618, 1641. 
Campbell v. McLain (23 Leg. Int. 26; 51 

Pa. St. 200), 427, 1598. 
Campbell v. McLean (1 P. F. Smith, 

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Campbell v. Miller (38 Ga. 304; 95 Am. 

Dee. 389), 947, 1136, 1140, 1198. 
Campbell v. Mullett (2 Swanst. 551), 

224. 
Campbell v. Peira. Life Ins. Co. (2 

Whart. 64), 383, 390, 394, 414. 
Campbell v. Powers (37 111. App. 308; 28 

N. E. Eep. 1062), 319. 
Campbell?). Preston (22 Gratt. 396),946, 

956, 1114. 
Campbell v. Badnor (1 Bro. Ch. 171), 

811. 
Campbell v. E. E. Co. (1 Woods, 376), 

1731. 
Campbell v. Bankin (28 Ark. 401), 574. 
Campbell v. Sheldon (13 Pick. 8), 142, 

1742. 
Campbell v. Tagge (30 Iowa, 307) 1093. 
Campbell v. Upton (113 Mass. 67), 1048. 
Campbell v. Walker (5 Ves. 678), 382, 

392, 399, 1541. 
Campbell v. Wallace (10 Gray, 162), 142. 
Campbell v. Watson (8 Ohio, 500), 1731, 

1732. 
Campbell v. Wilson (3 Bast, 301), 985. 
Campbell, In re (1 Dem. 415), 1706. 
Campbell's Policies, In re (L. E. 6 Ch. 

D. 686), 653. 
Campbell's Trusts, In re (31 Beav. 176), 

26,1023. 
Campe v. Home (158 Pa. St. 608; 27 Atl. 

Eep. 1106), 660. 
Canal Bank v. Hudson (111 U. S. 66), 

607. 
Canby v. McLear (13 Bank Eeg. 22), 

676, 680. 
Candler v. Tillett (22 Beav. 263), 1126, 

1236. 
Cane v. Allen (2 Dow. 289), 399, 418, 423. 
Canfleld v. Bostwick (21 Conn. 650) , 1357, 

1690,1698. 
Canfleld v. Monger (12 Johns. 347), 1462. 
Canns. Cann (51 L. T. 779), 1189. 
Cannells. Buckle (2 P. Wms. 243), 12, 

647. 
Cannon v. Peebles (2 Ired. Law, 449), 

1368. 
Canoys. Troutman (7 Ired. 155), 1721. 
Canty v. Sanderford (37 Ala. 91), 704. 
Cape v. Bent (3 Hare, 245), 872. 
Capehart v. Biggs (77 N. Car. 261), 1468, 

1474. 
Capel v. Wood (4 Euss. 500), 1159. 
Caperton v. Landcraft (3 W. Va. 540), 

1574. 
Caple v. McCollum (27 Ala. 461), 309,358, 

527. 
Caplingers. Stokes (Meigs, 175), 223. 
Caplin's Will, In re (2 Dr. &Sm. 527; 34 

L.J. Ch. 578), 627, 631, 632. 



Capen v. Eichardson (7 Gray, 364), 270. 
Capron v. Attleboro Bank) (11 Gray, 

492), 396. 
Oardwell v. Cheatham (2 Head, 14), 

1647. 
Cardwell v. Perry (82 Ky. 129), 706. 
Carey v. Abbott (7 Ves. 490), 731, 778. 
Carey v. Askew (2 Bro. Oh. 68), 839. 
Carey v. Boyle (53 Wis. 574; 66 Wis. 

145), 578, 589. 
Carey v. Brown (62 Cal. 373), 1110, 1504, 

1625, 1732. 
Carey v. Callen (6B. Mon. 44), 357, 358. 
Carey v. Eyre (1 De G., J. & S. 149), 432. 
Carey v. Goodlinge (3 Bro. Ch. 110), 

245. 
Carey v. Hoxie (11 Ga. 648), 1729. 
Carey v. Mackey (82 Me. 516), 121, 726. 
Carey v. Smith (11 Ga. 539), 660. 
Cargill v. Bower (L. E. 10 Ch. D. 502), 

1234. 
Carhart v. Harshaw (45 Wis. 340; 30 Am. 

Eep. 752), 14. 
Carley v. Wilkins (6 Barb. 657), 475. 
Carlisle v. Tuttle (30 Ala. 613), 847. 
Carlisle's Estate, In re (34 W. N. C. 62), 

816. 
Carlyon v. Tinscott (L. E. 20 Eq. 348), 

1118. 
Carman, In re (3 Eedf . 46), 1706. 
Carmlchael v. Hughes (6 Eng. L. & 

Eq. 71), 834. 
Carmichael v. Trustees (3 How. (Miss.) 

84), 20. 
Carmings v. Flower (7 Sim. 523), 837. 
Carnwright v. Gray (127 N. Y. 462), 227. 
Carothers v. Eussell (53 Iowa, 346), 566. 
Carpenter v. American Ins. Co. (1 

Story, 57), 476. 
Carpenter v. Cameron (7 Watts, 51, 

1067. 
Carpenter v. Carpenter (58 Hun, 608; 

12 N. Y. Supl. 189), 182. 
Carpenter v. Carpenter (27 N. J. Eq. 

502), 681. 
Carpenter v. Carpenter (12 E. I. 544; 34 

Am. Eep. 716), 947, 1057, 1134, 1138, 

1141, 1244, 1341. 
Carpenter v. Cushman (105 Mass. 417), 

52. 
Carpenters. Davis (72111. 14), 66. 
Carpenter, In re (131 N. Y. 86), 944. 
Carpenter, In re (45 Hun, 552), 1400. 
Carpenter v. Leonard (5 Minn. 155), 707. 
Carpenters. Marnell (3 B. & P. 41), 29, 

972, 975. 
Carpenter v. Miller (3 W. Va. 174), 254. 
Carpenters. Mitchell (50 111. 470), 665. 
Carpenter v. Eobinson (1 Holmes; 67), 

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Carpenter's Appeal (2 Grant Oas. 381), 

1146. 
Carre. Atkinson (L. E. 14 Bq. 397), 639. 
Carr e. Bob (7 Dana, 417), 1538. 
Carre. Brand (85 Vt. 597), 111. 
Carr v. Burlington (1 P. Wms. 229), 

1346. 
Carr e. Dole (18 Me. 358), 1379. 
Carr, Ex parte (3 V. & B. Ill), 539. 
Carre. Hertz (33 Atl. Rep. 194), 1021. 
Carr e. Hilton (1 Curtis, 390), 456, 460, 

1540, 1659. 
Carr e. Hobbs (11 Md. 285), 576. 
Carre. Holliday (IDev. &Bat. 344), 13. 
Carre. Houser (46 Ga. 477), 426, 430. 
Carre. Living ;28Beav. 644), 183, 184. 
Carr e. Richardson (157 Mass. 576; 32 N. 

E. Rep. 958), 954. 
Carr e. Taylor (10 Ves. 574) , 97. 
Carre. Van Holsen ^26 Hun, 316), 1403. 
Carrick e. Errington (2 P. Wms. 361), 

255. 
Carrico e. Farmers', etc. Nat. Bank (33 

Md. 235), 575. 
Carrie e. Gamming (26 Ga. 691), 614. 
Carrier's Appeal (79 Pa. St. 239), 1688, 

1695. 
Carrigane. Drake (36 S. Car. 354; 15 S. 

Car. 339), 710,914,1279. 
Carrlngton e. Manning (13 Ala. 611), 

1320. 
Carroll e. Connett 1.2 J. J. Marsh. 195), 

861. 
Carroll e. Benick (7 Sim. & M. 799), 105. 
Carroll e. Stewart (4 Bich. 2001, 1038. 
Carroll e. Van Bensalaer (Harr. Ch. 

225), 576. 
Carr's Trusts, In re (L. R. 12 Eq. 609), 

674. 
Carson e. Blakey (6 Mo. 2731 , 1444. 
Carson e. Carson (6 Allen, 397)., 863, 855, 

856, 885. 
Carson e. Carson (1 Ired. Eq. 329), 111, 

124. 
Carson e. Carson (Phill. Eq. (N. Oar.) 

67), 624. 
Carson v. Carson (1 Wins. 24), 42. 
Carson e. Murray (3 Paige, 483), 721, 728. 
Carson e. Phelps (14 Am. L. Reg. 100), 

76. 
Oarswell v. Lovett (8 Ga. 36), 1622. 
Cartan e. David (18 Nev. 310), 708. 
Carter e. Abshire (48 Mo 300) , 1092, 1470, 

1486, 1487. 
Carter e. Balfour (19 Ala. 814), 744, 750, 

777. 
Carter e.'Barnardiston (1 P. Wms> 505), 

1326. 
Carter e. Bennett (6 Fla. 214), 1635, 1637. 
Carter e. Burr (46 N. J. Eq. 134), 1172. 



Carter e. Carter (22 Miss. 61), 723. 
Carter e. Carter (Mos. 370), 622. 
Carter e. Carter (10 B. Mon. 327), 882, 

884, 885. 
Carter e. City of Portland (4 Ore. 339), 

450. 
Carter e. Cutting (5 Mumf. 223), 1255, 

1690. 
Carter e. Harris (4 Band. 199), 414,416. 
Carter e. Home (1 Eq. Abr. 7), 194. 
Carter e. Hough (86 Va. 668), 1753. 
Carter, In re (41 W. B. 140), 1437. 
Carter e. McManus (15 La. Ann. 641), 

430. 
Carter e. Manufacturers' Nat. Bank (71 

Me. 448; 36 Am. Bep. 341), 1628. 
Carter e. Montgomery (2 Tenn. Ch. 216) , 

309. 
Carter e. Palmer (8 CI. & F. 657), 488. 
Carter e. Palmes (1 Dr. & W. 722), 331. 
Carter e. Eolland (11 Humph. 333), 955, 

987, 1176. 
Carter e. Seabright (26 Beav. 376), 1701. 
Carter e. Taggart (1 De G., M. & G. 286) , 

678, 682. 
Carter e. Wolf (13 Gratt. 301), 753. 
Carteret e. Carteret (2 P. Wms. 134), 

1266. 
Carthewe. Enraght (26 L. T. Bep. 834), 

166. 
Cartwrighte. Dickinson (88 Tenn. 478; 

12 S. W. Rep. 103), 1411. 
Cartwrighte. Hollis (5 Tex. 152), 711. 
Cartwrighte. Shepherd (17 Beav. 301), 

853. 
Cartwrighte. Wise (14 III. 417), 341,367. 
Carver e. Eads (66 Ala. 190), 673. 
Carver e. Grove (68 Ind. 371), 689. 
Carvill e. Carvill (2 Ch. E. 301), 180. 
Cary e. Abbot (7 Ves. 490), 757. 
Gary e. Cary (2 Sch. & Lef. 189), 128, 130. 
Cary e. Houghtaling (1 Hill, 311 ; 37 Am. 

Dec. 323), 472, 495. 
Cary e. Whitney (48 Me. 616), 950. 
Oasborne e. Scarf (1 Atk. 609), 965. 
Casburnee. Casburne (2 J. & W. 194), 

963. 
Case e. Abeel (1 Paige, 403), 387. 
Case e. Beauregard (99 U. S. 119), 599. 
Casee. Bougbton (11 Wend. 106), 475. 
Case e. Carroll (35 N. T. 388), 207, 423. 
Case e. Case (2S Mich. 49), 163. 
Case e. Codding (38 Cal. 191), 197, 212, 

309, 319. 
Casee. James (29 Beav. 512), 432. 
Case e. James (3 De G., F. & J. 2561 , 1138. 
Casee. Kelly (133 U. S. 21), 1064. 
Casee. Seger (4 Wash. St. 492; 80 Pae. 

Rep. 646), 325. 
Case of Queen's College (Jac. 1), 785. 



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Casey v. Casey (14 111. 112), 1184. 

Casey v. Molntlre (45 Minn. 626), 1476. 

Oashman v. Henry (5 Abb. N. 0. 234; 44 

N. T. Ct. 101; 44 N. Y. 108), 698. 
Oaskell v. Lathrop (63 Ga. 96), 436. 
Cass v. Woods (30 L. T. 670), 1612. 
Cassadyn. Wallace (102 Mo. 575; 15 S. 

W. Rep. 138), 1450,1509. 
Cassagne v. Marvin (1 N. T. Supl. 590), 

1558. 
Oassard v. Hinman (6 Bosw. 9), 484. 
Cassellv. Boss (33111. 245; 85 Am. Dec. 

270), 987, 1052, 1085, 1101. 
Cassel's Case (3 Watts, 443), 1688. 
Cassidy v. Cook (99 111. 385), 1470, 1486. 
Castle v. Lewis (78 N. Y. 131), 1403. 
Castners. Walrod (83111. 171), 365. 
Cate v. Cate (87 Tenn. 41), 577. 
Cater v. Eveleigh (4 Desaus. Eq. 19; 6 

Am. Dec. 596), 710. 
Oatbcart v. Eobinson (5 Pet. 277), 98. 
Catherwood v. Oatherwood (65 Ind. 

576), 372. 
Catherwood v. Watson (65 Ind. 576), 346. 
Catherwood'B Estate (29 W. ST. C. 344) , 

1301. 
Catlin v. Eagle Bank (6 Conn. 233), 10, 

1411. 
Caton v. Bideout (1 Macn. & G. 597), 657, 

662. 
Cator v. Pembroke (1 Bro. Ch. 301), 

585. 
Cauley v. Lawson (5 Jones Eq. 132), 100. 
Caulk v. Fox (13 Fla. 148), 652, 653, 705. 
Caulkins v. Bolton (98 N. T. 511), 863. 
Caum. Poster (1 J. & H. 30), 721. 
Oavendar v. Cavendar (114 U. S. 464), 

904, 1569, 1575. 
Cavendish v. Fleming (3 Munf. 198), 

1690. 
Cavendish v. Mercer (5 Ves. 195), 837. 
Cavin v. Gleason (105 N. T. 256; 11 N. E. 

Eep. 504), 1607, 1610, 1611, 1612. 
Cawdori*. Lewis (1 T. & C. 427), 608. 
Cecil v. Butcher (2 J. & W. 573), 88. 
Cecil v. Langdon (E. L. 28 Ch. D. 1), 

871. 
Cecil Bank v. Snively (23 Md. 253), 308. 
Central Ins. Co. v. National, etc. Ins. 

Co. (14 N. T. 91), 207. 
Central Nat. Bank v. Connecticut Mut. 

Life Ins. Co. (104 U. S. 54), 1625. 
Central Nat. Bank v. Sellgman (138 N. 

Y. 435), 1374. 
Central By. Co. v. Kisch (L. K. 2 H. L. 

Cas. 120), 488. 
Central Trust Co. v. Burke (1 Ohio N. 

P. 169) , 30. 
Oernes v. Irving (31 Vt. 606), 951, 1115. 
Cerney v. Pawlott (66 Wis. 262), 335. 



Chadbourn v. Chadbourn (9 Allen, 173), 

993, 1049, 1344. 
Chadbournes. Coe (10 U. S. App. 83), 

1730. 
Chadwick v. Burrows (42 Hun, 39), 1369. 
Chadwick v. Chadwick (59 Mich. 87), 59, 

281,862, 1534. 
Chadwick v. Felt (35 Pa. St. 305), 197, 

313. 
Cnadwick's Appeal (7 Atl. Eep. 178), 

1557, 1622, 1718. 
Chaf ee v. Fourth Nat. Bank (71 Me. 514), 

1383. 
Chaffln v. Hull (49 Fed. Eep. 524), 1144. 
Challen v. Shippam (4 Hare, 655), 1205, 

1253. 
Chalmers. Bradley (1 J. &W. 51), 393, 

461, 465, 897, 974, 1536, 1537. 
Chalmers v. Barry (1 J. & W. 68), 864. 
Chalmers v. Hack (19 Me. 124) , 37. 
Chamberlain v. Agar (2 V. <Ss B. 259), 66, 

497, 513. 
Chamberlain v. Brockett (L. R. 8 Ch, 

206), 768. 
Chamberlain v. Chamberlain (2 Freem. 

34), 500, 606, 513. 
Chamberlain v. Chamberlain (43 N. Y. 

437), 811. 
Chamberlain v. Crane (1 N. H. 64), 

912. 
Chamberlain a. Edgar (2 V. & B. 262), 

606. 
Chamberlains. Estey (55 Vt. 378), 960, 

1057, 1679, 1680. 
Chamberlain v. Harrod (5 Greenl. 429), 

383. 
Chamberlain v. Lancey (60 Me. 230), 

1736. 
Chamberlain v. Murrin (92 Mich. 361), 

52 N. W. Eep. 640), 707. 
Chamberlain v. Stearns (111 Mass. 267), 

254. 
Chamberlains. Taylor (105 N. Y. 185), 

618. 
Chamberlain v. Thompson (10 Conn. 

243; 26 Am. Dec. 390), 920, 937, 941. 
Chambers v. Crabbe (34 Beav. 457), 286, 

548. 
Chambers, Ex parte (IE. & M. 577), 837, 

1563. 
Chambers v. Goldwin (9 Ves. 267), 1683. 
Chambers v. Mauldin (4 Ala. 477), 956, 

1266. 
Chambers v. Minchin (7 Ves. 196), 1005, 

1122, 1127, 1234, 1244. 
Chambers v. Perry (17 Ala. 726), 826, 

1130. 
Chambers^. St. Louis (29 Mo. 543), 19, 

748, 1217. 
Chambers v. Smith (30 Ala. 368), 1236. 



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Chambers v. Taylor (2 Myl. &Cr. 376), 

940. 
Chambersburg Ins. Co. v. Smith (11 

Pa. St. 120), 1054. 
Chambliss v. Smith (30 Ala. 366), 503, 

525. 
Champion v. Brown (6 Johns. Ch. 398; 

10 Am. Dee. 343), 437, 577, 581. 
Champion v. Bigby (1 Buss. & M. 539; 

392,418,419,465. 
Champlin v. Champlin (136 111. 309; 26 

N. E. Eep. 526), 160, 344. 
Champlin v. Champlin (3 Edw.Ch.671), 

996. 
Champlin o. Champlin (1 Hon*. 578), 

723. 
Champlin v. Haight (10 Paige, 282), 1661. 
Champlin v. Laytin (18 Wend. 407), 441. 
Champney v. Davy (L. E. 11 Ch. D. 

949), 813. 
Chandler v. Ferris (1 Harr. 454), 424. 
Chandler v. Johnson (39 Ga. 85), 656. 
Chandler v. Moulton (33 Vt. 245), 391, 

414. 
Chandler v. Eider (102 Mass. 268), 1037, 

, 1038. 
Chandler v. Sehoonover (14 Ind. 324), 

1662. 
Chandler v. Simmons (97 Mass. 508), 

827. 
Chaney». Smallwood (1 Gill, 365), 603, 

877. 
Chanet v. Villepouteaux (3 McCord, 

29), 1040. 
Chapin v. First Univ. Soc. (8 Gray, 

580), 21, 910, 913, 918, 949, 1038, 1123. 
Chapin & Gould v. Wabash Mfy. Co. 

(43Ill.App. 446), 1630. 
Chapin v. Marvin (12 Wend. 538), 1042. 
Chapin v. School Dist. (35 N. H. 445), 

18,20,734, 749,788, 1547. 
Chapin v. Weed (Clarke Ch. 464), 427, 

1184. 
Chaplin v. Chaplin (3 P. Wms. 234), 963, 

1148, 1528. 
Chaplin v. Givens (lEiceEq. 132), 879, 

883, 884, 889. 
Chaplin v. McAfee (3 J. J. Marsh. 613), 

309. 
Chapline v. Moore (7 T. B. Mon. 160), 

839. 
Chapman v. Beardsley (31 Conn. 115), 

579. 
Chapman v. Blisset (Talb. 145), 920. 
Chapman v. Blisset (Forr. 145), 923. 
Chapman v. Chapman (55 Ark. 542), 574. 
Chapman v. County of Douglas (107 U. 

S. 357), 237. 
Chapman v. Gibson ;3 Bro. Ch. 229), 

622. 



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Chapman v. Glassell (13 Ala. 50; 48 Am. 

Dec. 41), 912. 
Chapman v. Gray (8 Ga. 341), 721. 
Chapman v. Lee (64 Ala. 483), 199, 573. 
Chapman v. Liggett (41 Ark. 292), 574. 
Chapman v. Peebles (84 Ala. 283), 573. 
Chapman v. Tanner (1 Vern. 267), 571. 
Chapman v. West (17 N. T. 125) , 452. 
Chapman and Barker's Case (L. E. 3 

Eq. 361), 962. 
Chappelli;. Gould (42 Md. 466), 1505. 
Chappell v. Missionary Soc. (3 Ind. 

App. 356; 29 N. E. Rep. 924), 731. 
Charitable Corp. v. Sutton (2 Atk. 405), 

1056, 1683. 
Charles v. Charles (8 Conn. 79), 100. 
Charles v. Charles (8 Gratt. 4S6), 100. 
Charles v. Coker (2 8. Oar. 123), 655. 
Charles v. Dubose (69 Ala. 367), 386, 390. 
Charles v. Jones (L. E. 33 Ch. D. 80), 

1669. 
Charleston o. Caulfleld (19 S. Car. 201), 

1515. 
Charlton's Appeal (34 Pa St. 474), 1144. 
Charter v. Stevens (3 Denio, 33), 1487. 
Chase v. Bradley (26 Me. 531) , 1344. 
Chase v. Chapin (130 Mass. 128), 59, 73. 
Chase v. Chase (2 Allen, 101), 34, 37, 101, 

124, 130, 142, 228, 229, 612, 846, 1742. 
Chase v. Cheney (58 111. 509), 789, 796. 
Chase v. Davis (65 Me. 102), 908, 999. 
Chase v. Dunham (1 Paige, 572), 1739, 
Chase v. Lockerman (11 Gill & J. 185; 
35 Am. Dec. 277), 1120, 1150, 1205, 1228, 
1253, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1689. 
Chase v. Palmer (25 Me. 342), 678. 
Chase v. Peck (21 N. T. 581), 576, 586, 

601. 
Chase v. Perley (148 Mass. 289), 75. 
Chase «. Plummer (17 Md. 165), 127, 

133. 
Chaser. Tuttle (65 Conn. 455; 3 Am. St. 

Eep. 64), 1411, 1412. 
Ohastain v. Smith (30 Ga. 96), 189, 333, 

414. 
Chatterton v. Young (2 Tenn. Ch. 768), 

710. 
Ohauncey v. Graydon (2 Atk. 616), 1044. 
Chautauqua Co. Bank v. White (6 N. 

T. 237; 67 Am. Dec. 442), 280, 1576. 
Chawner's Will, Inre (L. E. 8 Eq. 569), 

1118, 1132, 1446. 
Cheatham v. Huff (2 Tenn. Ch. 616), 

666. 
Cheatham v. Eowland (92 N. Oar. 340), 

989, 1025, 1026, 1365. 
Chedworth v. Edwards (8 Ves. 46), 326, 

1174, 1536. 
Cheever v. Wilson (9 Wall. 108), 667, 
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Cheney v. L. B. & U. By. Co. (68 111. 

570), 1683. 
Cherokee Lodge v. White (63 Ga. 742), 

705. 
Cherry v. Greene (115 111. 592), 1084. 
Cherry v. Jarratt (25 Miss. 221), 1058, 

1690. 
Chertsey Market, In re (6 Price, 261; 6 

H. L. Cas. 189), 782, 768, 823, 1591, 

1653. 
Cheshire^). Cheshire (2 Ired. Eq. 569), 

1437, 1625. 
Cheshire v. Payne (16 B. Mon. 618), 101. 
Chesley v. Chesley (49 Mo. 540), 1094, 

1095, 1486. 
Cheslyn v. Dalby (2 T. & C. 194), 419. 
Chesman v. Cummings (142 Mass. 395; 

15 N. E. Rep. 786), 1619,1753. 
Chester v. Chester (L. E. 12 Eq.. 444), 

813. 
Chester v. Dickerson (53 Barb. 349), 

476. 
Chester v. Greer (5 Humph. 26), 396, 

681. 
Chester v. Urwieh (23 Beav. 407), 511, 

513, 517. 
Chesterfield, In re (L. It. 24 Ch. D. 643), 

1437. 
Chesterfield v. Janssen (2 Ves. 155), 

379, 399, 1698. 
Chesterfield Mfg. Co. v. Debon (6 Pick. 

7; 16 Am. Dec. 367), 1625. 
Chestnuts. Gann (76 Tex. 150), 865. 
Chestnut v. Strong (1 Hill Ch. 124), 

853. 
Chestnuts. Tyson (105 Ala. 149; 16 So. 

Eep. 723), 1242,1243. 
Chetwood v. Brittan (1 Green Ch. 450), 

67. 
Cheuvete v. Mason (4 Green (Iowa), 

231), 688. 
Chews. Chew (28 Pa. St. 17), 928. 
Chews. Ellingwood (86 Mo. 260), 1411. 
Chicago, etc. Land Co. s. Peck (112 111. 

408), 674. 
Chicago & Alton R. R. Co. s. Glenney 

(118 111. 487), 560. 
Chicago &E. I. R. R. Co. v. Hay (119 

111.493), 1533. 
Chicago, etc. R. R. Co. s. Kennedy (70 

111. 350), 449. 
Chichester s. Coventry (L. E. 2 H. L. 

92), 1528. 
Chidgly v. Harris (16 Mees. & W. 617), 

883. 
Child s. Brace (4 Paige, 309), 1184. 
Child v. Child (20 Beav. 50), 1102, 1203. 
Child v. Pearl (43 Vt. 224), 713. 
Child s. Thorley (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 151), 

529. 



Childers v. Childers (3Kay& J.310; IDe 

G. & J. 485), 66, 72. 
Childers v. Wooler (2 El. & E. 287), 475. 
Childes s. Davies (1 Sin. & Gif. 475), 

1525. 
Childress v. Monette (54 Ala. 317), 1514. 
Ohilds v. Jordan (106 Mass. 322), 73, 980. 
Childss. Updike (9 Ohio St. 333), 1344. 
Chiles v. Gallagher (67 Miss. 413), 406. 
Chili First Presb. Soc. s. Bowen (21 

Hun, 389), 62. 
Chillingworth v. Chambers (21 Law 

Mag. & Rev. 51; 13 Eep. 787), 1022, 

1141. 
Chilton s. Brooks (71 Md. 445), 1498, 1499, 

1500. 
Chipchase v. Simpson (16 Sim. 485), 

656. 
Chippendale, Ex parte (4 De G., M. & G. 

19), 1032, 1033, 1701. 
Chisholm v. Chisholm (4 Rich. Eq. 226), 

839. 
Chisholm v. Newton (1 Ala. 371) , 960. 
Chisholm v. Starke (3 Call, 25), 1437. 
Chittenden v. Brewster (2 Wall. 191), 

1402. 
Chitty v. Parker (2 Ves. Jr. 271), 299, 302. 
Choate v. Tighe (10 Heisk. 621), 577. 
Chollarii. Temple (39 Ark. 238), 704. 
Cholmondeley v. Cholmondeley (14 

Sim. 590), 128. 
Cholmondeley v. Clinton (1 J. & W. 

151), 461, 464, 465, 467. 
Chorpening's Appeal (32 Pa. St. 315; 72 

Am. Dec. 789), 1171, 1183. 
Chouteau v. Suydam (21 N. T. 179), 1344, 

1345. 
Chowning v. Cox (1 Rand. 306), 1470. 
Christian v. Yancey (2 Patt. & H. 240), 

879. 
Christies. Bishop (1 Barb. Ch. 105), 441, 

442. 
Christie, In re (133 ST. Y. 473; 31 N. E. 

Rep. 515), 907. 
Christie v. Ovington (L. E. 1 Ch. 279), 

1261, 1264. 
Christmas v. Mitchell (3 Ired. Eq. 535), 

1627. 
Christophers. Christopher (64 Md. 583), 

571,575. 
Christophers v. White (10 Beav. 523), 

1058. 
Christ's Church, In re (L. E. 1 Ch. 126), 

782. 
Christ Church v. Phillips (5 Del. Ch. 

429), 797. 
Christ's Hospital v. Budgin (2 Vern. 

120), 335, 354. 
Christ's Hospital v. Grainger (1 Macn. 

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Christy v. Courtenay (13 Beav. 96), 339, 

S66. 
Christy v. McKee (94 Mo. 241), 676. 
Christy v. McBride (2 111. 75), 1135, 1215, 

1244, 1340. 
Church v. Church (25 Pa. St. 278), 388, 

746, 777. 
Church v. Cole (36 Ind. 35), 308. 
Church v. Kidd (3 Hun, 254), 415. 
Church v. Marine Ins. Co. (1 Mason), 

341), 383, 413, 416. 
Church «. Euland (64 Pa. St. 442), 218, 

445, 497, 800, 511. 
Church v. Smith (39 Wis. 492), 585. 
Church v. Sterling (16 Conn. 388), 189, 

193,206,333,413,414,532. 
Church v. Stewart (27 Barb. 553), 949, 

1122. 
Church v. Wiley (2 Hill Ch. 584), 35. 
Church's Appeal (7 Atl. Eep. 751), 1720. 
Churcher v. Martin (L. K. 42 Ch. D. 312), 

813. 
Church Extension, etc. v. Smith (52 Md. 

362), 753. 
Churchill v. Corker (25 Ga. 479), 943. 
Churchill v. Dibben (9 Sim. 447), 715. 
Churchill v. Hobson (1 P. Wms. 241), 

1128. 
Churchill v. Hobson (2 Vern. 241), 1122. 
Churchill v. Speake (1 Vern. 251), 353. 
Churchman v. Indianapolis (110 Ind. 

259), 1535. 
Church of Holy Cross v. Wachter (42 

Barb. 43), 1356. 
City of Rochester, In re (HON. T. 159), 

1746. 
Clack v. Holland (19 Beav. 262), 1117. 
Cladfleld v. Cox (1 Sneed, 330), 1117. 
Claflin Co. v. Arnheim (87 Hun, 236), 1374. 
Claflin v. Iseman (23 S. Car. 416), 1367. 
Claggett v. Hardy (3N.H. 148) , 854. 
Clanricarde v. Henning (30 Beav. 175), 

392, 424, 1596. 
Clapp v. Byrnes (3 Hun App. 284; 38 ST. 

T. Supl. 1063), 612. 
Clapp V. Emery (98 111. 523), 63, 76, 386, 

681. 
Clapp v. Ingraham (126 Mass. 204), 

698. 
Clare v. Bedford (13 Vin. 536), 27. 
Clare v. Ormond (Jac. 120), 1564. 
Clark v. Anderson (10 Bush, 99), 111. 
Clark v. Anderson (13 Bush, 111), 959, 

1058, 1215, 1673. 
Clark v. Becher (4 Price, 346), 1574. 
Clark v. Blackington (110 Mass. 369), 

1184. 
Clark v. Burnham (2 Story, 1), 363. 
Clark v. Cantwell (3 Head, 202), 230. 
Claik v. Clark (108 Mass. 522), 82. 



Clark v. Clark (8 Paige, 152; 35 Am. 

Dec. 676), 1236, 1438. 
Clark v. Clark (20 Ohio St. 128), 709. 
Clark v. Clark (43 Vt. 685), 197, 308, 313, 

316. 
Clark v. Clark (1 So. Rep. 835), 521. 
Clark v. Condit (18 N. J, Eq. 358), 1444. 
Clark v. Craig (29 Mich. 398), 1401. 
Clark v. Danvers (1 Ch. Cas. 310), 307. 
Clark v. Denton (36 N, J. Eq. 419), 

613. 
Clark v. Deveaux (IS. Car. 172), 287, 

1569,1574. 
Clark v. Field (13 Vt. 460), 546. 
Clark v. Flannery (96 Ga. 782; 22 S. E. 

Eep. 386), 1033. 
Clark v. Fosdick (118 N. T. 7; 6 Lawv- 

Eep. 132), 721, 726, 1053. 
Clark t\ Hall (7 Paige, 385), 583. 
Clark v. Hopkins (7 Johns. 556), 984. 
Clark v. Hoyt (8 Ired. Eq. 222), 1685. 
Clark v. Hunt (3 J. J. Marsh. 553), 680. 
Clark, In re (17 Eng. L. &Eq. 699), 832. 
Clark, Inre (119 N. T. 427), 863. 
Clark v. Iselin (21 Wall. 360), 1634. 
Clark v. Jacobs (56 How. Pr. 519), 686 
Clark v. Lee (14 Iowa, 425), 516. 
Clark v . Leupp (38 N. T. 328)), 111. 
Clark v, McGeigham (25 N. J. Eq. 423), 

103. 
Clark v. Maguire (16 Mo. 302), 987. 
Clark v. Martin (49 Pa. St. 299), 521. 
Clark v. Montgomery (23 Barb. 464), 

839. 
Clark v. Piatt (30 Conn. 282), 1684, 1686, 

1698. 
Clark v. Powell (62 Vt. 442), 1021. 
Clark v. Pratt (30 Conn. 551), 1690. 
Clark v. Pratt (15 Ore. 304), 1535. 
Clark v.&t. Louis, Alton, etc. E. E. (58 

How. Pr.21), 1210. 
Clark v. Saxon (1 Hill Ch. 69), 24, 1427, 

1437. 
Clark a. Stanton (24 Minn. 232), 1398. 
Clark v. Stilson (36 Mich. 482), 586. 
Clark v. Tennison (33 Md. 85) , 978. 
Clark v. Tipping (4 Beav. 594), 677. 
Clark v. Valentino (41 Ga. 143), 705. 
Clarke. Viles (32 Me. 32), 706. 
Clark v. Wilson (77 Ind. 176), 904, 1184, 

1405. 
Clark v. Wilson (63 Miss. 129), 1440. 
Clark v. Wilson (56 Miss. 753), 1503. 
Clarke v. Abbott (Barnard, 461), 970. 
Clarke v. Berkley (2 Vern. 720), 1044. 
Clarke v. Cordis (4 Allen, 466), 993, 1047, 

1342,1345. 
Clarko v. Depe-w (1 Casey, 609) , 440. 
Clarke v. Garfield (8 Allen, 4'/7), 1102, 
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Claikei). Haokerthorn (3 Yeates, 269), 

432, 485. 
Clarke v. Hayes (9 Gray, 426), 1034,1105. 
Clarke v. Lott (11 111. 105), 151. 
darker. Mix (15 Conn. 152), 1364. 
Clarke v. National Bank (47 Mo. 17), 

708. 
Clarke v. I'arker (19 Ves. 11), 884, 885, 

995, 997, 999, 1014, 1043, 1045, 1046. 
Clarke v. Periam (2 Atk. 833), 560. 
Clarke v. St. Louis, etc. E. Co. (58 How. 

21), 1203. 
Clarke v. The Eoyal Panopticon (4 

Drew. 26; 27 L.J. Ch. 207), 1446. 
Clarke v. Turner (Freem, 199), 643. 
Clarke v. Windham (12 Ala. 798), 655. 
Clarke's Charities, In re (L. B. 1 Ch. D. 

497), 768. 
Clarkson v. Creeley (35 Mo. 95), 1110. 
Clarkson v. De Peyster (1 Hopk. 425), 

38". 
Clarkson v. Hanway (2 P. Wma. 204), 

480. 
Clack v. Holland (19 Beav. 262), 1116. 
Clausseni;. De Franz (1 Clarke, 226), 334. 
Clavering v. Clavering (2 Vern. 473), 

160. 
Clavering v. Clavering (Hill. 1704; Pr. 

Ch. 235), 273. 
Clay v. Clay (7 Bush, 95), 1533. 
Clay v. Edwards (84 Ky. 548; 2 S. W. 

Eep. 147), 1239. 
Clay v. Hart (7 Dana, 17) , 387, 1040. 
Clay, In re (29 W. E. 6) , 1036, 
Clay v. Pennington (8 Sim. 359), 832, 

841. 
Clay v. Selah Valley Co. (45 Pac. Eep. 

141), 868. 
Clay v. Willis (1 B. & C. 364), 1442. 
Clay County v. Society (104 U.S. 579), 

1542. 
Clayton v. Johnson (36 Ark. 406) , 1369. 
Clayton's Case (1 Meriv. 572), 1633. 
Cleaver v. Green (107 111. 67), 1498, 1499. 
Clegg v. Edmondson (8 De G., M. & G. 

787), 364, 398. 
Clegg v. Eishwick (1 Macn. & G. 294), 

398, 399. 
Cleghorn v. Love (24 Ga. 590), 1121,1257, 

1726. 
Clemenee v. Steere (1 E. I. 272), 1434. 
Clemens v. Caldwell (7B. Mon. 171), 904, 

905, 1575. 
Clemens j>. Clemens (60 Barb. 366), 888, 

893, 894. 
Clement v. Hyde (50 Vt. 716; 28 Am. Eep. 

522), 734, 750. 
Clement's Appeal (49 Conn. 519), 1171. 
Clements v. Hall (2 De G. &. J. 173), 398. 
Clemsouv. Davidson (5 Binn. 392), 34. 



Clendening v. Conrad (91 Va. 410; 21 8. 

E. Kep. 818) , 846. 
Clergy Orphan Corporation, In re (L. 

E. 18 Eq. 280) , 1132. 
Clergy Society, In re (2 Kay & J. 615), 

732. 
Clermont v. Tasburgh (1 J. & W. 112) , 

564. 
Cleveland v. Hallett (6 Cush. 403), 918, 

922, 924, 936, 941, 942, 999, 1267. 
Cleveland r. Pollard (37 Ala. 556), 1172. 
Cleveland v. State Bank (16 Ohio St. 

236) , 1075. 
Clevenger v. Eeimar (3 W. & S. 487), 419. 
Clevenstein's Appeal (15 Pa. St. 495), 

655, 656. 
Click v. Click (1 Heisk. 607), 309. 
Clifford v. Clifford (60 L. T. 650), 721. 
Clifford v. Farmer (79 Ind. 629), 1425. 
Clifton v. Anderson (47 Mo. App. 35), 

660. 
Clifton v. Halg (4 Desaus. 330), 28. 
Clifton v. Lombe (Amb. 519), 130. 
CHnefelter v. Ayers (16 111. 329), 1322, 

1324. 
Clippenger v. Hepbaugh (5 W. & S. 315), 

650. 
Clissold, Be (10 L. T. (N. S.) 642), 30. 
Clitherallt\Ogilve (1 Desaus. 258), 480. 
Clive v. Carew (1 Johns. & H. 205), 1593. 
Clominger v. Summitt (2 Jones' Eq. 

513), 391. 
Clopton v. Sholson (53 Miss. 466), 933, 

1031. 
Closs v. Bopp (23 N. J. Eq. 270), 312. 
Cloud v. Calhoun (10 Eich. Eq. 358), 88, 

878. 
Cloud v. Ivie (28 Mo. 579), 313. 
Cloud v. Kansas Loan & T. Co. (52 Mo. 

App. 318), 1450. 
Clough v. Bond (3MyI. & Cr. 496), 1006, 

1056, 1102, 1113, 1129, 1140, 1205, 1244, 

1253, 1341, 1586. 
Clough v. Clough (5 Ves. 710), 1528. 
Clough v. Lambert (10 Sim. 174), 722. 
Clowdsle'y v. Pelham (1 Vern. 41), 127. 
Cluff v. Clnff (L. E. 2 Ch. D. 222), 813. 
Clulow's Trusts, In re (28 L. J. Ch. 696), 

1527. 
Clute v. Bool (8 Paige, 83), 184, 1297. 
Clutev Gould (28 Hun, 348), 1687, 1706. 
Clutton, Ex parte (17 Jur. 988), 30, 876, 

1431. 
Coaks v. Boswell (H. L. 11 App. Cas. 

232), 495. 
Coal, etc. Co. In re (L. E. 20 Eq. 114) ,494. 
Coates, Inre (L. E. 34 Ch. D. 370), 864, 

871, 907. 
Coates v. Woodward (13 111. 654), 174, 

263, 1722. 



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Coatney v. Hopkins (14 W. Va. 338), 653, 

664, 665. 
Coats v. Robinson (10 Mo. 757), 665. 
Cobb r. Edwards (117 N. Car. 244; 23 S. 

E. Eep. 241), 208, 317, 428. 
Cobb v. Fant (36 S. Car. 1; 14 S. E. Rep. 

959) , 74. 
Cobb r. Knight (74 Me. 253), 73, 75, 159. 
Cobb v. Riddle (14 Pa. St. 444), 1067. 
Cobb v. Tramrnill (30 S. W. Rep. 482), 

430. 
Coburn v. Anderson (131 Mass. 513), 111, 

127. 
Cochran v. Fillans (20 S. Car. 237), 847. 
Cochran v. Paris (11 Gratt. 356), 995, 997, 

999, 1006, 1119, 1569. 
Cochran v. Richmond, etc. Ry. Co. (91 

Va. 339; 21 S. E. Rep. 664), 1673. 
Cochrane v. Schell (140 N. Y. 516; 35 N. 

E. Rep. 971), 33, 105. 
Cock v. Goodfellow (10 Mod. 480), 1204, 

1206. 
Cocke v. Minor (26 Gratt. 246), 1092. 
Cockell v. Bacon (16 Beav. 158), 1515. 
Cocker v. Quayle (1 R. & M. 535), 1102, 

1223, 1591. 

Dec. 568) , 950, 1139. 
Cockerellu. Barber (1 Sim. 23; 5 Russ. 

585), 893. 
Cockerell v. Cholmeley (1 R. & M. 424), 

622. 
Cockey v. Leister (12 Md. 124; 71 Am. 
Cocking v. Pratt (1 Ves. 400) , 504. 
Coekrell v. Armstrong (31 Ark. 580) , 52. 
Cockrell v. Cholmeley ( 1 Russ. & Myl. 

425), 393. 
Cockrill v . Armstrong (31 Ark. 580), 127, 

128. 
Cockroft v. Sutcliffe (L. J. 25 Ch. 313), 

1677, 1680. 
Cocks v. Barlow (5 Redf. 406), 81. 
Codgell v. Codgell (3 Desaus. 387), 

840. 
Codman v. Rodgers (10 Pick. 119), 1534. 
Codwise v. Gelton (10 Johns. 507), 1333. 
Coe's Trusts, Inre (4 Kay & J. 199), 1119. 
Coffee v. Crouch (28 Mo. 106), 1629. 
Coffee v. Ruffln (4 Colw. 487) , 1178. 
Coffin v. Argo (134 111. 276; 24 ST. E. Rep. 

1068), 193. 
Coffin v. Bramlitt (42 Miss. 194; 97 Am. 

Dec. 449), 987, 1216. 
Coffin v. Cottle (4 Pick. 454) , 993, 1049. 
Cogbill v. Boyd (77 Va. 450), 1175, 1221. 
Coggeshall v. Pelton (7 Johns. Ch. 294), 

730, 737. 
Coggeshall v. Potter (1 Holmes, 75), 

1409. 
Coggswell v. Griffith (23 Neb. 334), 1625. 
Cogney v. O'Brien (83 111. 72), 510. 



Cogswell v. Cogswell (2 Edw. Ch. 238), 

198, 1025, 1253, 1434. 
Cohen v. Morris (70 Ga. 313), 1402, 1405. 
Cohen v. Shyer (1 Tenn. Ch. 195) , 836. 
Cohen v. State Bank (29 Fla. 655), 1421. 
Conn n. Ward (32 W. Va. 34) , 1577. 
Cohoes Co. v. Goss (13 Barb. 137), 1451. 
Coitu. Comstock (51 Conn. 352), 87, 747, 

756. 
Colborn a. Shay (17111. App. 294), 1395, 

1408. 
Colchester v. Lowten (1 V. & B. 226), 10, 
Coldwell v. Renfrew (33 Vt. 213) , 664. 
Cole v. Bradley (49 Me. 388), 525. 
Cole v. Littlefleld (35 Me. 439), 130, 183, 

228. 
Cole v. Mlllerton Iron Co. (59 Hun, 217), 

411. 
Cole v. Millerton Iron Co. (133 N. T. 164; 

59 Hun, 217), 1413. 
Cole v. Mills (10 Hare, 179), 1656. 
Cole v . Eobinson (1 Salk. 244), 247. 
Cole v. Scott (2 Wash. 141), 442. 
Cole v. Stokes (113 N. Car. 270), 1181. 
Cole v. Turner (4 Russ. 376) , 1355. 
Cole v. VanRiper (44 111. 58), 552, 665. 
Cole v. Wade (16 Ves. 43), 166, 167, 631, 

633, 872, 896, 897, 901, 980, 995, 997, 1005, 

1014, 1015, 1122. 
Cole Silver Min. Co. v. Virginia, etc. 

Co. (1 Sawy. 685), 1730. 
Colebrooke's Case (6 Ves. 622), 899. 
Coleman v. Burr (93 N. T. 17; 45 Am. 

Rep. 160) , 709. 
Coleman v. Coike (6 Rand. 618; 18 Am. 

Dee. 767), 877. 
Coleman v. Eastman (5 Paige, 561), 420. 
Coleman v. McKinney (3 J. J. Marsh. 

246), 1085. 
Coleman v. Parrott (13 S. W. Rep. 525; 

32 Am. & Eng. Corp. Cas. 1), 1553. 
Coleman v. Ross (46 Pa. St. 180) , 1666, 

1668, 1678. 
Coleman v. Sarel, (1 Ves. Jr. 50), 146. 
Coleman v. Semmes (66 Miss. 321), 657. 
Coleman v. Seymour (1 Ves. 210), 839. 
Coleman v. Wooley (10 B. Mon. 320), 

664, 706. 
Coles v. Allen (64 Ala. 98), 223, 532. 
Coles v. Courtier (L. R. 34 Ch. D. 136), 

1436. 
Coles v. Trecothiek (9 Ves. 234), 382, 395, 

413, 1178, 1180. 
Coles v. Withers (33 Gratt. 186) , 682. 
Colesbury v. Dart (58 Ala. 573), 327. 
Coleson v. Blanton (3 Hayw. 162), 956. 
Coleswith v. Brangwin (Pr. Ch. 823), 

245. 
Colgrave v. Manley (6 Madd. 72 ; 2 Russ. 

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Collar v. Collar (86 Mich. 507; 49 N. W. 

Rep. 561), 199. 
Collard v. Hare (2 R. & M. 675), 465. 
College v. Willingham (13 Rich. Eq. 

195) , 1696, 1716. 
Oolley, In re (L. R. 1 Eq. 496), 1528. 
Collier v. Fallon (1 Turn. & Rus. 459), 38. 
Collier v. Grimsey (36 Ohio St. 17), 1013, 

i:40. 

Collier v. McBean (34 Beav. 426), 927. 
Collier v. Munn (41 N. Y. 143), 1711. 
Collier v. Walters (L. R. 17 Eq. 265), 937. 
Collins v. Bath (7 Serg. & R. 155), 1434. 
Collins v. Carlisle (7 B. Mon. 14), 130, 

138, 167, 614, 627, 1000. 
Collins v. Collins (6 Bans. 368), 377. 
Collins v. Corson (30 Atl. Rep. 862), 318. 
Collins v. Dixon (72 Ga. 475) , 827. 
Collins v. Evans (5 Q. B. 820), 475. 
Collins v. Hare (IDow.&C. 139), 292. 
Collins?;. Hope (20Ohio, 492), 517. 
Collins v. Hopkins (7 Iowa, 463), 1460. 
Collins v. Hoxie (9 Paige, 817) , 42. 
Collins, In re (12 N. B. R. 379). 1409. 
Collins v. Phillips (91 Iowa, 210; 59 N. 

W. Rep. 40) , 61. 
Collins v. Rainey (42 Ark. 531), 417. 
Collins v. Randolph (19 Ala. 616) , 654. 
Collins v. Rudolf (19 Ala. 616) , 704. 
Collins v. Severson (2 Del. Ch. 324), 995. 
Collins v. Smith (1 Head, 251), 390, 1215. 
Collins v. Underwood (33 Ark. 265), 704. 
Collins v. Wassell (34 Ark. 17), 665, 704. 
Collins v. Williamson (94 Ga. 635; 21 S. 

E. Rep. 140) , 428. 
Collins v. Williamson (94 Ga. 635; 21 S. 

E. Rep. 140), 221, 428. 
Collinson v. Collinson (3 De G., M. & G. 

409), 366. 
Collinson v. Lister (7 De G., M.&G.634), 

456, 1659. 
Collinson v. Patrick (2 Keen, 123), 152. 
Collis v. Blackburn (9 Ves. 470) , 837. 
Collis v. Collis (2 Sim. 365), 1102, 1203, 

1571. 
Collis v. Robins (1 De G. & 8m. 139), 

1319. 
Colllster v. Loud (2 Mich. 309), 1368. 
Collcombv. Caldwell (16 N. Y. 484; 24 

N. Y. 505), 136S, 1419. 
Collyerc. Burnett (Taml. 79), 811. 
Collyn v. Dudley (T & R. 421), 1130. 
Colman v. Lyne (4 Rand. 454) , 465. 
Colman v. Sarel (3 Bro. Ch. 12), 151. 
Colman v- Satterfleld (2 Head, 259), 688. 
Colmore v. Tyndell (2 Y. & J. 605), 942. 
Colonial, etc. Mortgage Co. v. Stevens 
(3N. Dak. 265; 55 N. W. Rep. 578), 
660. 
Colton v. Colton (2 Beav. 67) 638. 



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Colton v. Colton (127 U. S. 300), 120, 130. 
Colton v. Fields (28 111. App. 354), 1180, 

1422. 
Colt v. Lasnier (9 Cow. 320), 1657. 
Colton v. Stanford (82 Cal. 351; 16 Am. 

St. Rep. 137), 1120. 
Coltrane v. Worrall (30 Gratt. 434), 1171. 
Columbia Bridge Co. v. Kline (Bright, 

N. P. 320), 18. 
Columbian Ins. Co. v. Lawrence (2 Pet. 

25; 10 Pet. 510), 1029. 
Colvin v. Currier (22 Barb. 371), 702. 
Colyear v. Mulgrave (2 Keen, 81) , 151. 
Colyer v. Finch (5 H. L. Cas. 906), 1036. 
Combe v. Brazier (2 Desaus. Eq. 431), 

750, 1119. 
Combes v. Brooks (L. R. 12 Eq. 61), 868. 
Combs v. Little (3 Green Ch. 310; 40 

Am. Dec. 207) , 499. 
Comb's Case (9 Coke, 75), 1056. 
Comer v. Comer (24 111. App. 526; 120 111. 

420; 11 N. E. Rep. 848), 75, 1668. 
Com. Bank v. Brewer (71 Ala. 571), 1368. 
Com. Ex. Ins. Co. v. Babcock (42 N. Y. 

613; 1 Am. Rep. 601), 709. 
Commercial Nat. Bank v. Armstrong 

(39 Fed. Rep. 684) , 1580. 
Commercial Union Ins. Co. v. Scam- 
mon (126 111. 355; 9 Am. St. Rep. 607), 
1184. 
Commeyer t. United Ger. Ch. (2 Sand. 

Ch. 186), 28. 
Commrs. v. Archbold (11 Ir. Eq. 187), 

904. 
Commissioners v. Johnson (36 N.J. Eq. 

211) , 1055. 
Comrs. of Donations v. De Clifford (1 

Dr. &. W. 254), 819. 
Com. Roads v. MoPherson (1 Spear, 

218), 19. 
Commissioners v. Walker (6 How. 

(Miss.) 143; 38 Am. Dec. 433), 9, 950. 
Common Council of Richmond v. State 

(5Ind. 334), 747. 
Commonwealth v. Canal Commission- 
ers (9 Watts, 470), 1130. 
Commonwealth v. Cornish (13 Pa. St. 

288), 794. 
Commonwealth v. Duffleld (2 Jones, 

280) , 1011. 
Commonwealth v. Martin (5 Muni. 117), 

43. 
Commonwealth v. Maysville, etc. R. 

Co. (21 S. W. Rep. 342), 239. 
Commonwealth v. Meteer (16 S. & R. 

416), 892. 
Commonwealth v. Pauline Home (141 

Pa. St. 573), 788. 
Commonwealth v. Richards (131 Pa. St. 
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Commonwealth v. Shelby (13 S. & E. 

348), 1194, 1324. 
Commonwealth v. Staufier (10 Pa. St. 

360), 1042, 1043. 
Compton v. Bearoroft (2 Bro. Ch. 158), 

842. 
Compton v. Bunker Hill Bank (96 111. 

30), 562. 
Compton v. Collinson (2 Bro. Ch. 377), 

24, 720. 
Compton v. Pierson (28 N. J. Eq. 229), 

708. 
Comstock v. Farnham (2 Mass. 96) 1117. 
Comatock v. Michael (17 Neb. 288), 1445. 
Conant v. Kendall (21 Pick. 36), 1313. 
Conard v. Atlantic Ins. Co. (1 Pet. 386), 

1423. 
Conden v. Clerke (Hob. 33) , 634. 
Condon v. Barr (49 N. J. L. 53), 709. 
Condon n. Maynard (71 Md. 601), 1498, 

1600. 
Congdon v. Cahoon (48 Vt. 49), 1721. 
Cong. Ch. v. Smithwick, In, re (1 W. N. 

196), 1123,1130. 
Coningham v. Melliah (Pr. Ch. 31), 261. 
Conkey v. Dickinson (13 Met. 53), 856, 

858. 
Oonklln v. Carson (11 111. 503), 1368. 
Conklin v. Davis (63 Conn. 377; 28 Atl. 

Eep. 637), 106, 747. 
Conklin v. Egerton (21 Wend. 430), 1037. 
Conklin v. Washington University (2 

Md. Ch. 498), 1081. 
Conkllng v. Davies (14 Abb. N. Cas. 

499), 1744. 
Conlin v. Cantrell (61 How. Pr. 313), 699, 

709. 
Connecticut Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Smith 

(117 Mo . 261 ; 22 S. W. Bep . 623) , 420. 
Connecticut River Sav. Bank v. Albee 

(64 Vt. 571; 25 Atl. Rep. 487), 79, 158. 
Connell v. Cole (89 Ala. 381 ; 8 So. Rep. 

72), 1615. 
Connell v. Ferguson (5 Coldw. 406), 1176. 
Connally v. Lyons (82 Tex. 664; 18 S. W. 

Rep. 799), 1224. 
Connelly v. Connelly (7 Moore P. C. 

438), 1044. 
Connelly v. Fisher (3 .Tenn. Ch. 382), 

492. 
Conner v. New Albany (1 Blackf. 88; 12 

Am. Dec. 211), 952. 
Conners v. Holland (113 Masa. 50), 1460. 
Connitt v. Ref. Church (54 N. Y. 651), 

796. 
Connolly!). Belt (5 Cranch, 405), 1341, 

1455. 
Connolly v. Keating (102 Mich. 1; 60 N. 

W. Rep. 289) , 357. 
6onnoru. Follansbeo (59N.H 125), 359. 



Connor, In re (2 Jon . & La . 456) , 42. 
Connor v. Lewis (16 Me. 268), 198, 369. 
Conor v. Edwards (36 S. Car. 563 ; 15 S. 

Car. 706), 710. 
Conover v. Hoffman (1 Bosw. 214) , 1016. 
Conover u. Stothoff (38 N. J. Eq. 55), 

1647, 1661. 
Conrad v. Douglas (59 Minn. 498; 61 N. 

W. Rep. 673) , 64. 
Conrad v. Lindley (2 Cal. 173), 191. 
Conroe v. Birdsall (1 Johns. Cas. 127), 

381. 
Conry v. Caulfleld (2 B. & B. 272), 1538. 
Constable v. Hardenbergh (4 Hun App. 

143) , 1366. 
Constant v. Matteson (22 111. 546), 1569, 

1690, 1701. 
Constant v. Servosa (3 Barb. 128), 1073. 
Conteeu. Dawson (2 Bland, 264), 1218. 
Continental Nat. Bank v. Weems (69 

Tex. 489; 5 Am. St. Rep. 85), 1607. 
Converses. Blumrich (14 Mich. 109; 90 

Am. Dec. 230) , 576. 
Converse v. Noyes (66 N. H. 670; 22 Atl. 

Rep. 556), 361, 1638. 
Conway i. Conway (3 Bro. Ch. 267), 1529. 
Conway, Ex parte (4 Ark. 304), 1411. 
Conway v. Penton (L. E. 40 Ch. D. 512), 

1154, 1435. 
Conway v. Kinsworthy (21 Ark. 9), 364. 
Conway v. Smith (13 Wis. 126), 711. 
Conyers v. Ennis (2 Mason, 236), 487. 
Conybeare, Ex parte (1 W. R. 458), 30, 

876. 
Conynghamv. Conyngham (1 Vee.522), 

882, 883, 884, 889. 
Cood ii. Cood (33 Beav. 314), 35. 
Cooki;. Addiaon (L. E. 7 Eq. 466), 1174, 

1257. 
Cook v. Arnham (3 P. Wms. 287), 1536. 
Cook v. Barr (44 N. Y. 158) , 48, 51. 
Cook v. Basley (123 Mass. 396) , 1479. 
Cook v. Berlin Woolen Mills (43 Wis. 

423), 1183. 
Cook v. Brand (27 Tex. 457), 348. 
Cook v. Bronaugh (8 Eng. 190), 442. 
Cooki). Crawford (13 Sim. 91), 867, 872, 

895, 980, 1013, 1018. 
Cook v. Dawson (29Beav. 123), 1325, 1446. 
Cook v. Dealy (22 Beav. 196), 238. 
Cook v. Dillon (9 Iowa, 407), 946. 
Cook v. Duckenfleld (2 Atk. 563), 254, 

788. 
Cook v. Dyer (47 Mo. 214), 095. 
Cook v. Ellington (6 Eq. 371), 129. 
Cook v. Fearn (27 M. R. 211) , 104. 
Cook v. Fountain (3 Swanst. 566), 160, 

173,180, 264,268- 
Conk v. Fryer (1 Hare, 498), 880. 
Couk v. Husbands (11 Md. 492) , 664. 



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Cook v. Hutchinson (1 Keen, 50), 238, 

243, 260, 161. 
Cook, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 464), 1013. 
Cook v. Lamotte (15 Beav. 234), 163, 274, 

277, 279, 292, 294, 425. 
Cook v. Lowry (95 IT. Y. 103), 1692, 1693. 
Cook v. Nathan (16 Barb. 342), 505. 
Cook v. Patrick (135 111. 499 ; 26 N. E. Rep. 

658), 336. 
Cook v. Piatt (98 N. T. 35), 618. 
Cook o. Sherman (20 Fed. Rep. 167), 

1178. 
Cook v. Tunis (18 Wall. 341), 2625, 1634. 
Cook v. Walker (15 Ga. 459), 108. 
Cook v. Walker (2 Vern. 676), 245. 
Cook i>. Wiggins (10 Ves. 191) , 724. 
Cook v. Williams (1 Green Ch. 209), 461. 
Cooke v. Castner (9 Cush. 266), 476, 484. 
Cooke v. Cooper (18 Ore. 142), 1504. 
Cooke, Ex parte (8 Ves. 353), 1309. 
Cooke, Ex parte (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 123), 204, 

329,434,534,972, 1187. 
Cooke, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 454), 1008. 
Cooke v. Platte (98 ST. Y. 35), 616. 
Cooke v. Salton (2 S. & S. 154), 980, 983. 
Cooke's Contract, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 

454), 10S8. 
Cookley v. Chamberlain (8 Abb. Pr. 

(N. S.) 437; 38 How. Pr. 488; Sweeney 

682), 698. 
Cookson i7. Reay (5 Beav. 22), 1623. 
Cookson «. Richardson (69111. 137), 204, 

386, 388, 414, 419, 533. 
Cookson v. Toole (59 111. 515), 665, 705. 
Cooley v. Brayton (16 Iowa, 10), 452. 
Cooley v. Cooley (22 Ga. 178), 678, 6S0. 
Coolidge v. Curtis (1 Bond, 232) , 225, 226. 
Coombs v. Jordan (3 Bland, 284), 1351. 
Coombs v. Little (4 ST. J. Eq. 310; 40 Am. 

Dec. 207), 620. 
Coon v. Brook (21 Barb. 646), 664, 709. 
Coon v. Rigden (4 Colo. 275), 705. 
Cooney v. Woodburn (33 Md. 320) , 672. 
Coonrodn. Coonrod (6 Ohio, 114), 987. 
Coons v. North (27 Mo. 73), 1502. 
Coope v. Arnold (4 De G. , M. & G. 585) , 

91. 
Coope v. Lowerre (1 Barb. Ch. 45) 869. 
Cooper v. Alger (51 N. H. 172), 708. 
Cooper v. Cartwright (1 Johns. 679), 

978. 
Coopers. Cockrum (87 Ind. 443), 308. 
Cooper v. Cooper (61 Miss. 676), 1583. 
Cooper v. Cooper (1 Halst. Ch. 9), 977. 
Cooper v. Day(lRich. Eq. 36), 1221, 

1401, 1560. 
Cooper v. Hornsby (71 Ala. 62), 1514. 
Cooper v. Kynock (L. R. 7 Ch. App. 

398), 926, 942, 943. 
Cooper v. Lee (75 Tex. 114), 1534. 



Cooper v. McClure (16111. 435), 877, 1569, 

1718. 
Cooper v. McDonald (L. R. 16 Eq. 258), 

1529. 
Cooper v. McDonald (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 

288), 669, 1277. 
Cooper v. Martin (L. R. 3 Ch. App. 47), 

623. 
Cooper v. Martin (4 East, 76), 837. 
Cooper v. Merritt (30 Ark. 686), 586. 
Cooper v. Reilley (2 Sim. 560), 38. 
Cooper v. Skeele (14 Iowa, 678), 270, 357. 
Cooper v. Thornton (3 Bro. Ch. 186), 

184. 
Cooper v. Weston (1 N. Y. Supl. 601), 

1616, 1737. 
Cooper v. Wyatt (5 Madd. 489), 1291. 
Cooper's Estate (30 W. N. C. 532), 1338. 
Coos Bay Wagon Co. v. Crocker (6 

Sawy. 574; 4 Ted. Rep. 577), 577. 
Cope v. Clark (18 W. R. 279), 1692. 
Cope v. Cope (2 Salk. 449), 1324. 
Copeland v. Johnson Mfg. Co. (47 Hun, 

235), 411. 
Copeland v. Merc. Ins. Co. (6 Pick. 

196) , 382, 389, 414, 415. 
Copeland v. Summers (138 Ind. 219; 35 

N. E. Rep. 514), 87,88,161. 
Copeman v. Gallant '(1 P. Wms. 314), 

29,972. 
Coppage v. Gregg (127 Ind. 359; 26 N. E. 

Rep. 903), 211. 
Coppardu. Allen (2DeG., J. &S. 173), 

1232. 
Coppedge v. Threadgill (3 Sneed, 577), 

675. 
Coppin v. Eernyhough (2Bro. Ch. 291), 

399, 1159. 
Coquardti. Chariton Co. (14 Fed. Rep. 

203), 1005. 
Corbaley v. State (81 Ind. 62), 839. 
Corbet v. Corbet (L. R. 7 Eq. 456), 128. 
Corbet v. Laurens (5 Rich. Eq. 301), 

608, 1434. 
Corbet v. Tottenham (1 B. & B. 59), 832, 

841. 
Corbett v. Brock (20 Beav. 524), 292. 
Corbettn. Daly (82Mich. 600;46 N. W. 

Rep. 671), 372. 
Corbin v. French (4 Ves. 418) , 638. 
Corbin v. Wilson (2 Atk. 207), 839. 
Corbin v. Wilson (2 Ashm. 208), 837, 

839, 1561. 
Corbitu. Smith (7 Iowa, 60), 71. 
Corcoran v. Corcoran (119 Ind. 138; 12 

Am. St. Rep. 390), 714. 
Cordal's Case (Coke, 96a), 1326. 
Cordel v. Noden (2 Vern. 148), 244. 
Corder v. Morgan (18 Ves. 344), 1442, 

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Cordes v. Adrian (1 Hill Oh. 154), 1437. 
Cordova Coal Co. v. Long (91 Ala. 638), 

673. 
Cordova v. Hood (17 Wall. 1), 241, 672. 
Cordova, In re (4 Eedf . 66), 1553. 
Cordova v. Lee (14 S. W. Rep. 208), 57. 
Cordwell's Estate, In re (L. E. 20 Eq. 

644) , 676, 678. 
Cordwill v. Mackrill (2 Eden, 344), 104. 
Corey v. Gertchen (2 Madd. 40), 1223. 
Corley v. Stafford (IDeG. & J. 238), 

419, 514. 
Coolies v. Howland (26 N. J. Eq. 311), 

576, 580. 
Cormerais v. Genella (22 Cal. 116), 

1615, 1517. 
Corn v. Sims (3 Mete. 391), 1408. 
Cornford v. Elliott (L. B. 27 Ch. D. 318; 

L. R. 29 Ch. D. 947), 813. 
Cornell, In re (110 N. Y. 351), 1113, 1135, 

1401. 
Cornell v. Newkirk (144 111. 241), 1507. 
Cornfooke v. Fowke (6Mees. & W.368), 

481. 
Corning v. Christ Church (33 N. Y. St. 

Eep. 766), 19. 
Corning v. Gould (16 Wend. 631), 984. 
Corning v. Greene (23 Barb. 33), 1054. 
Corning v. White (2 Paige, 577), 1331, 

1332, 1408. 
Cornish v. Wilson (6 Gill, 318), 1320, 1356. 
Cornthwaite v. Frithe (4 De G. & S. 

552), 1317. 
Cornwell v. Orton (126 Mo. 355; 27 S. W. 

Eep. 536), 1265. 
Cornwise v. Bourgum (2 Ga. Dec. 15), 

1218. 
Corporation Sons of Clergy v. Mose (9 

Sim. 610), 785. 
Corrothers v. Harris (23 W. Va. 177), 

1607. 
Corse v. Leggett (25 Barb. 394), 48. 
Corson v. Murray (3 Paige, 483), 723. 
Cortelyon v. Van Brundt (2 Johns. 357), 

952. 
Cory v. Gertschen (2 Madd. 40), 27. 
Corya v. Corya (119 Ind. 593) , 1189. 
Cosley v. Ferguson (3 J. J. Marsh. 264), 

1298. 
Cosser v. Eadford (1 De G., J. & S. 585), 

1257. 
Costabadiei>. Costabadle (5 Hare, 410), 

997, 1001. 
Costeker v. Harrox (3 Y. & C. 530), 1571. 
Goster v. Coster (9 Sim. 697), 678. 
Coster v. Griswold (4 Edw. Ch. 377), 38. 
Coster v. Lorillard (14 Wend. 265) , 31. 
Coster v. Murray (5 Johns. Ch. 522; 20 

Johns. 52), 461, 1537. 
Cotham v. West (1 Beav. 381), 988 



Cothay v. Lydenham (2 Bro. Ch. 391), 

1196. 
Cott v. Lasnier (9 Cow. 320), 456. 
Cottam v. Eastern R. E. Co. (1 J. & H. 

243), 1128, 1234. 
Cotteenv. Missing (1 Madd. 176), 151, 

156. 
Cotterell v. Hampson (2 Vern. 5), 9. 
Cotterell v. Long (20 Ohio, 464), 1442. 
Cotterell v. Purchase (Cas. t. Talb. 63), 

1540. 
Cottington v. Fletcher (2 Atk. 155), 66, 

67, 2 2, 358. 
Cottman v. Grace (112 N. Y. 299), 1524. 
Cottle v. Harold (72 Ga. 830), 309. 
Cottle v. Payne (3 Day, 289), 984. 
Cotton v. Hart (1 A. E. Marsh. 56), 453. 
Cotton v. Holliday (59 111. 176), 193. 
Cotton v. Wood (25 Iowa, 45), 237, 335, 

339, 366, 456. 
Cottrell v. Cottrell (12 Jur. 285), 1241. 
Coughlin v. Seago (53 Ga. 250), 932. 
Coulman, In re (L. R. 30 Ch. D. 186), 632. 
Coulter v. Robinson (24 Miss. 278; 57 

Am. Dec. 168) , 922,. 925, 942. 
County v. Herrington (50 111. 239), 365. 
Courcier v. Ritter (4 Wash. 549) , 987. 
Course v. Humphrey (26 Beav. 402; 5 

Jur. (N. S.) 616), 1679. 
Coursey v. Morton (132 N. Y. 556), 1363, 

1391. 
Court v. Robarts (1 CI. & F. 64), 1219. 
Courtenay v. Courtenay (3 Jon. & La. 

513), 890. 
Courtier, In re (L. R. 34 Ch. D. 136), 1154. 
Courtney v. Rumley (I. R. 6 Eq. 112), 

1058. . 
Courtney v. Taylor (6 M. & Gr. 861), 881. 
Cousins v. Wall (3 Jones Eq. 43), 231, 

500, 518, 525. 
Coutanti). Catlin (2 Sandf. Ch. 485), 

1678. 
Coutts V. Acworth (L. E. 8 Eq. 558) , 163, 

272, 274, 277, 293. 
Covar v. Cantelon (25 S. Car. 35) 1729. 
Covenhoven v. Shuler (2 Paige, 122) , 

1437. 
Coventry v. Attorney-General (7 Bro. 

P. C. 235), 1675. 
Coventry v. Coventry (1 Keen, 758), 897, 

902. 
Coventry v. Coventry (2 P. Wms. 229), 

27, 622. 
Coventry v. Higgins (8 Jur. 182), 1043, 

1044. 
Coverts. Rogers (38 Mich. 363), 1411. 
Coverdale v. Aldrich (19 Pick. 391) , 1387. 
Covington v. Gillott (1872, W. N. 275), 

683. 
Cowan v. Lakey (80 N. Y. 345), 198. 



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Cowan's Appeal (24 P. F. Smith, 329), 

288. 
Cowan's Estate, In re (4 Pa. Dist. Eep. 

435) , 776. 
Cowbry v. McMichael (19 Ala. 751), 941. 
Cowdrey v. Turner (85 Hun, 461), 1447. 
Cowee v. Cornell (75 N. T. 91; 31 Am. 

Eep. 428), 285, 287. 
Cowen v. Einaldo (82 Hun, 479; 31 N. T. 

Supl. 554), 106. 
Cowery-n. Day (5 Jur. (N. S.) 1199), 425. 
Cowles v. Marble (37 Mich. 168), 1518. 
Cowley v. Hartstonage (1 Dow. 361), 

1119. 
Cowling v. Douglas (4 Ala. 206), 1750. 
Cowman v. Colquhon (60 Md. 127), 969. 
Cowman v. Harrison (10 Hare, 234), 52. 
Cowper v. Cowper (2 P. Wms. 719) , 558. 
Cowper v. Stoneman (68 L. T. 18 ; 3 Eep. 

242), 1248, 1587. 
Cowperthwaite v. First Nat'l Bank (102 

Pa. St. 397), 500,520, 525. 
Cox v. Ambrose (1 P. Wms. 321) , 358. 
Cox v. Arnsman (76 Ind. 210), 221, 239. 
Cox v. Bennett (1891, 1 Ch. 617), 667. 
Cox v. Blanden, (1 Watts, 533; 26 Am. 

Deo. 83), 1109. 
Coxp. Cox (1 Kay & J. 261), 1075. 
Cox v. Cox (Peck. 443) , 397, 401. 
Cox v. Cox (5 Bleh. Eq. 365), 219, 525. 
Cox v. Dolman (2 DeG., M. & G. 592), 

820, 1538. 
Cox v. Fenwick (3 Bibb, 183), 569. 
Cox, In re (L. E. 7 Ch. D. 204), 813. 
Cox v. John (32 Ohio St. 532) , 399. 
Coxu. Sprigg (6Md. 274), 152. 
Cox v. Walker (26 Me. 504) , 949, 950, 1122, 

1265. 
Coid. Williams (6 Jones Eq. 150), 995. 
Cox v. Wood (20 Ind. 54), 575. 
Coykendall v. Butherford (1 Green Ch. 

360), 1013. 
Coyle v. Davis (20 Wis. 564), 231, 500, 518, 

625. 
Coyote, etc. Co. v. Buble (8 Ore. 284), 

231, 500, 518. 
Coysegame, Ex parte (1 Atk. 192), 680, 

976. 
Cozine v. Graham (2 Paige, 177), 61, 

67. 
Cozzens' Estate, In re (2 Con. Surr. 622; 

15 N. Y. Supl. 771), 1022, 1237. 
Crabb v. Crabb (1 Myl. & K. 511), 850. 
Crabb v. Toung (92 N. T. 56), 1113, 1120, 

1228. 
Craekett v. Bethune (1 J. & W. 122), 386, 

1217, 1255. 
Oraddockt). Stewart (6 Ala. 77), 1242. 
Cradock v. Owen (2 Sm. & GIf. 241), 966, 

1277 



Cradock jj. Piper (1 Macn. & G. 664), 

1709. 
Craft v. Lathrop (2 Wall. Jr. 103), 38. 
Crafts v. Dougherty (69 Tex. 477; 6 S. 

W. Eep. 850), 570, 1454. 
Craigdaillie v. Aikman (1 Dow. P. C. 

1), 796, 801. 
Craig v. Craig (3 Barb. Ch. 116) , 147, 896, 

901,974, 1036, 1038,1072. 
Craig v. Hobbs (44 Ind. 363), 478. 
Craig v. Hone (2 Edw. 554), 30, 31. 
Craig v. Leslie (3 Wheat. 563), 43, 267, 

262, 299, 300. 
Craig v. Phillips (L. E. 3Ch. D. 722), 494. 
Craig v. Eadford (3 Wheat. 694), 28. 
Craig v. Secrist (54 Ind. 419), 734, 747. 
Craig v. Ward (3 Keyes, 393), 476. 
Craig jj. Zimmerman (87 Mo. 475), 445. 
Cram v. Mitchell (1 Sandf. 251), 390, 416, 

1184. 
Cramer v. Hoose (93 111. 503) , 213, 313. 
Cramer v. Watson (73 Ala. 127), 1514. 
Crampton v. Prince (83 Ala. 246; 3 Am. 

St. Eep. 718; 3 So. Rep. 519), 573, 

582. 
Crandalli). Grow (41 N. J. Eq. 482), 560. 
Crane v. Crane (4 Gray, 323) , 949. 
Crane v. Drake (2 Vera. 616), 455,1655. 
Crane v. Hearn (26 N. J. Eq. 378), 1122. 
Crane v. Palmer (8 Blackf . 120) , 589. 
Crane v. Eeeder (21 Mich. 25), 967. 
Cransonj). Cranson (4 Mich. 230), 553. 
Cranston v. Crane (97 Mass. 415), 1103, 

1453, 1456, 1459, 1460. 
Cranston v. Johnson (5 Ves. 278) , 35. 
Cranston v. Plumb (54 Barb. 59), 724. 
Crassen v. Swoveland (22 Ind. 428), 450. 
Crauford v. Hunter (8 T. E. 13), 1029. 
Crave v. Decker (22 Hun, 453), 1021. 
Craven v. Craddock (W. N., 1868, p. 29), 

1119. 
Crawford v. Cresswell (55 Ala. 497), 829. 
Crawford v. Glnn (35 Iowa, 543), 1569. 
Crawford, In re (113 N. T. 560), 1706. 
Crawford v. Manson (82 Ga. 118), 316. 
Crawford v. Eussell (62 Barb. 97), 544. 
Crawford v. Thompson (142 Pa. St. 551; 

21 Atl. Eep. 994), 348. 
Crawford's Appeal (61 Pa. St. 52), 96, 

156. 
Crawford's Trusts, In re (2 Drew. 230), 

638. 
Crawshay v. Collins (1 Jac. & Walk. 

279), 194, 196. 
Creagh v. Blood (3 Jon. & La. 133), 977. 
Creagh v. Wilson (2 Vern. 572), 1043, 

1044. 
Creath v. Sims (5 How. 192), 562. 
Creatonp. Creaton (3 Sm. & Gif. 386), 

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Creed v. Lancaster Bank (1 Ohio St. j 

1),308,354,362, 363,369. 
Creigh v. Henson (10 Gratt. 231), 1537. 
Creighton v. Klngle (3 S. Car. 77), 457, 

969, 1215, 1660. 
Crerar v. Williams (145 111. 625; 34 N. E. 

Rep. 467), 737, 747. 
Cresinger v. Welsh (15 Ohio, 193), 1024. 
Cressman's Appeal (42 Pa. St. 147; 82 

Am. Dec. 498), 55. 
Cressonu. Ferree (70 Pa. St. 446), 1012, 

1092. 
Cresson's Appeal (30 Pa. St. 437), 749. 
Cresswell a. Cresswell (L. R. 6 Eq. 69), 

732, 813, 935. 
Cresswell v. Dewell (4 Gift 460), 1223, 

1591, 1596. 
Creuze v. Hunter (2 Cox, 242), 844, 1346. 
Crevelling v. Fritts (34 N. J. Bq. 134), 

987. 
Crewe v. Dicken (4 Ves. 100), 895, 896, 

974, 1005, 1013, 1089, 1123, 1243, 1341. 
Crichton v. Crichton (L. R. (1895) 2 Ch. 

D. 853), 1562. 
Cricket i). Dolby (3Ves. 10), 354, 839, 840. 
Cridland's Estate (132 Pa. St. 479), 934. 
Crippen v. Morss (49 N. T. 63), 1059. 
Crise's Estate, In re (7 N. T. Supl. 202) , 

65. 
Crisp v. Crisp (65 Md. 422), 753. 
Crispin v. Dubois (-4 Barb. 393), 424, 426, 

431. 
Crispins. Taylor (2 Hill Ch. 434), 405. 
Crissman v. Crissman (23 Mich. 218), 73. 
Crist v. Hovis (12 N. J. Eq. 84), 878. 
Crocheron v. Jacques (3 Edw. Ch. 207), 

50. 
Crocker v. Crocker (31 N. Y. 507; 88 Am. 

Dec. 291) , 1627. 
Crocker i>. Dillon (133 Mass. 91), 864, 856. 
Crocker v. Lowenthal (83 111. 579), 878, 

879, 883. 
Crocker v. Robertson (8 Iowa, 404), 

1442,1515. 
Crockett v. Crockett (1 Hare, 451), 183. 
Crockett v. Crockett (2Phill. 553), 229. 
Crockett v. Doriot (85 Va. 240), 711. 
Croft v. Adam (12 Sim. 639), 167, 614, 625. 
Croft v. Powell (1 Comyns, 603), 1442. 
Croft v. Slee (4 Ves. 60), 11. 
Crotton v. Ormsby (2 Sen. & Let. 583), 

432. 
Cromie v. Bull (81 Ky. 646), 996, 1120, 

1198, 1228. 
Cromies v. Louisville, etc. Soc. (3 

Bush, 365), 747. 
Crommelin v. Crommelin (3 Ves. 227), 

1043, 1044. 
Crompe r. Barrow (4 Ve9. 681) , 640. 
Crompton v. Vasser (19 Ala. 259), 151. 



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Crook v. Glenn (30 Md. 55), 1536. 
Crook v. Ingoldsby (2 Ir. Eq. 375), 864, 

868, 878. 
Crooks. Rindskopf (34 Hun, 457), 1389, 

1404. 
Crooke v. King's Co. (97 N. T. 421), 612, 

1746, 1747. 
Crooks v. Crooks (34 Ohio St. 610), 651, 

686. 
Crop v. Norton (2 Atk. 75), 307, 314, 

399. 
Cropley v. Cooper (19 Wall. 174), 299. 
Cropper's Case (1 De G., M. & G. 147), 

1033. 
Cropster v. Griffith (2 Bland, 5), 27. 
Cropsy v. McKinney (30 Barb. 47), 722. 
Crosby v. Hillyer (24 Wend. 280), 1392, 

1393. 
Crosby v. Houston (1 Tex. 203), 909. 
Crosland v. Hall (6 Stew: 111), 481. 
Crosley, Jure (L. R. 35 Ch. D. 266), 1540. 
Cross v. Allen (141 U. S. 528; 12 S. Ct. 

Rep. 710), 1498. 
Cross v. Bevan (2 Sim. 53), 1563. 
Cross v. Lewis (4 Dowl. & Ry. 239; 2 B. 

&C. 688), 984. 
Cross v. Nat. Fire Ins. Co. (132 N. T. 

133), 33. 
Cross v. Peters (1 Me. 376), 487. 
Cross v. Petree (10 B. Mon. 413), 1222. 
Cross v. Smith (7 East, 258), 1142, 1221. 
Crossman, In re (20 How. Pr. 350), 894, 

1038. 
Cross' Estate, In re (1 Sim. (N. S.) 260), 

238. 
Crouse v. Frothingham (97 N. T. 105), 

1407. 
Crow v. Ballard (1 Ves. Jr. 220; 3 Bro. 

Ch. 117), 393,413, 480. 
Crowley «. Crowley (7 Sim. 427), 1168. 
Orowther, Inre(L. R. (1895) 2 Ch. 56; 

13 Rep. 496), 988. 
Croxton v. May (L. R. 9 Eq. 404), 674, 

682, 684. 
Croxall's Estate, In re (162 Pa. St. 579; 

29 Atl. Rep. 790), 736. 
Orowther v. Crowther (23Beav. 305), 

1536. 
Croxall v. Sherrard (5 Wall. 268), 181, 

912,914,946, 1277,1557. 
Crozier 71. Crozier (2 Con. & Laws. 311), 

113. 
Crozier v. Hoyt (97 111. 23), 626. 
Cruger v. Cruger (5 Barb. 227), 698. 
Crugert;. Halliday (11 Paige, 314), 888, 

889, 890, 896, 897, 899, 974, 1736, 17j)0. 
Cruger v. Jones (18 Barb. 467), 992, 

1105, 1752. 
Cruikshank v. Duffin (L. R. 13 Eq. 555), 

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«_ Mnnre IM V_ .T. H!n. 4361. 1049. Curd ?j. Williams (18 S. W. Ret). 



Crura v. Moore (14 N. J. Eq. 436), 1049, 

1050. 
Crumb, Ex parte (2 Johns. Ch. 489), 826. 
Cruse v. Axtell (50 lad. 49) , 735, 747. 
Cruse v. Barley (3 P. Wins. 20), 252, 258, 

259, 2C9, 301. 
Crutcherti. Hoard (4 Bush, 360), 525, 526. 
Crutehfleld, Ex parte (S Yerg. 336), 827. 
Crutchfield v. Haynes (14 Ala. 49), 1051. 
Cruwys v. Colman (9 Ves. 319), 52, 127, 

627,632,637, 1000. 
Cuff v. Hall (Uur. (ST. S.) 973), 1099, 

1085. 
Cull, In re (L. E. 20 Eq. 561), 1680. 
Culley, Ex parte (L. E. 9 Ch. D. 307), 

1138. 
Cullingworth v. Lloyd (2 Beav. 385), 

663. 
Culpepper v. Aston (2 Ch. Cas. 115), 

242, 1081, 1652. 
Culrossa. Gibbons (130 N. T. 447), 1744. 
Cumberland v. Codrington (3 Johns. 

Ch. 261), 153, 1146, 1325. 
Cumberland v. Graves (9 Barb. 695), 

1746, 1749. 
Cumberland Coal Co. v. Hoffman (18 

Md. 456), 405. 
Cumberland Coal Co. v. Sherman (30 

Barb. 553), 207,390,391,405,408, 414, 

1243. 
CummiDg v. Landed Bank, etc. Co. 

(22 Can. S. C. Eep. 246), 1230. 
Cummlng n. Williamson (1 Sandf. Ch. 

17), 664, 1032, 1073. 
Cummings v. Corey (58 Mich. 494), 1297. 
Cummings v. Fulham (13 Vt. 134), 1117- 
Cummings v. Moore (61 Miss. 184), 576. 
Cummins v. Carricks (2 S. W. Kep. 

490), 1036. 
Cummins v. Cummins (3 Jon. & La. 

64), 881, 882, 884, 885. 
Cunard v. Atl. Ins. Co. (1 Pet. 448), 326. 
Cunliffe v. Brancker (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 

393), 929. 
Cunliffe v. Cunliffe (Amb. 686), 128. 
Cunning v. Eobins (39 N. J. Eq. 46), 358. 
Cunningham v. Bell (83 N. Car. 328), 

308, 346. 
Cunningham v. Freeborn (11 Wend. 

240; 1 Edw. Ch. 256), 1376, 1379, 1380, 

1407. 
Cunningham, Inre(h. E. (1891) 2 Ch. 

567), 1261. 
Cunningham v. McKindley (22 Ind. 

149) , 1533, 1534, 1537. 
Cunningham v. Moody (1 Ves. 174), 963. 
Cunninghams. Pell (5 Paige Ch. 607), 

1224, 1233, 1588. 
Cunningham v. Schley (6 Gill, 208), 

1100. 



Curds. Williams (18 S. W. Eep. 634), 

602. 
Curdy v. Berton (79 Cal. 420; 2 Am. St. 

Eep. 157), 508, 510, 513. 
Curling v. Austin (2 D. & S. 129), 

1034,1072. 
Curling v. Cuttleworth (6 Bing. 121), 

1442. 
Curnick i>. Tucker (L. E. 17 Eq. 320), 

123. 
Curran v. Green (18 E. I. 329; 27 Atl. 

Eep. 596), 30,876. 
Curran's Appeal (4 Pa. St. 331), 787. 
Currant v. Jago (1 Coll. 262), 353. 
Currie v. Hart (2 Sandf. Ch. 353), 1367. 
Currier v. Green (2 N. H. 225), 394. 
Curry v. Curry (87 Ky. 667; 9 S. W. Eep. 

831), 398. 
Curry v. Hill (18 W. Va. 370), 1486, 1487. 
Curson v. African Co. (1 Vern. 121; 

Skinner, 84), 697. 
Curtin v. Blair (26 Miss. 309 ; 59 Am. Dec. 

259), 449. 
Curtin v. Curtin (58 Hun, 607; UN. T. 

Supl. 938), 373. 
Curre v. Bowyer (5 Beav. 6), 304. 
Curtis v. Chandler (6 Madd. 123), 897, 

902,1062. 
Curtis v. Engel (2 Sandf. Ch. 287), 664, 

698. 
Curtis v. Eulbrook (8 Hare, 28), 1037. 
Curtis v. Hitchcock (10 Paige, 399), 441. 
Curtis v. Hutton (14 Ves. 537), 810. 
Curtis v. Leavitt (15 N. T. 9), 563, 1368, 

1412. 
Curtis v. Lukin (5 Beav. 147), 1159, 1161. 
Curtis v. Price (12 Ves. 82), 920, 925, 942. 
Curtisv. Smith (60 Barb. 9), 37,905,1742. 
Curtis v. Smith (6 Blatchf. 537), 142, 847, 

897, 902, 1743. 
Curtis' Estate, In re (37 N. T. Supl. 586; 

15 Misc. Eep. 545), 1688, 1707. 
Curtiss v. Brown (29 111. 201), 1742. 
Curtst). Cissna (7 Biss. 260), 414. 
Cusacki' Cusack (5Bro. P, C. 116), 90, 

101, 102. 
Cusan v. Hinman (16 Bosw. 8), 415. 
CushiDgji. Blake (30 N. J. Eq. 689), 91, 

102, 114,1264,1277. 
Cushingn. Danforth (76 Me. 114), 417. 
Cushmans. Bonfleld (139111. 219; 28 N. 

E. Eep. 937), 222, 1258. 
Cushman v. Coleman (92 Ga. 772; 19 S. E. 

Eep. 46), 915. 
Cushman v. Stone (69 111. 516), 1094. 
Cushney v. Henry (4 Paige, 344), 60, 250. 
Custance v. Cunningham (13 Beav. 363), 

242, 292, 294. 
Cuthbert v. Chauvet (136 N. T. 326), 

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Cutler ©. Ammon (65 Iowa, 281), 575. 
Cutler ©. Boyd (60 L. T. 859), 1193. 
Cutler ©. Butler (25 N. H. 343), 665. 
Cutler©. Griswold (Walk. Ch. 437), 354. 
Cutler ©. Hardy (48 Cal. 868), 616. 
Cutler ©. Howe (8 Mass. 257), 470. 
Cutler, In re (14 Beav. 220) , 678. 
Cutler ©. Johnson (8 Mass. 266) , 470. 
Cutler ©. Tuttle (19 N. J. Bq. 549), 256, 

308, 312, 313, 354, 370, 662. 
Cutting ©. Cutting (20 Hun, 371), 944. 
Cutts ©. Salmon (5 Bng. L. & Eq. 95), 

206. 

D. 

Dabney ©. Manning (3 Ohio, 321), 928, 

940. 
Da Costa ©. De Pas (Amb. 228; 2Swanst. 

487; 1 Dick. 258; 1 Vern. 251), 757, 

810. 
Da Cunha, Goods of (1 Hag. 237), 847. 
D'Adhemar ©. Bertrand (35 Beav. 19), 

1431. 
Dages ©. Lee (20 W. Va. 584), 711. 
Daggett ©. White (128 Mass. 398), 879. 
Daggs ©. Bwell (3 Woods, 844), 203. 
D'Aguilar v. Drlnkwater (2 V. & B. 225), 

1046. 
Dailey v. City of New Haven (60 Conn. 

314; 22 Atl. Rep. 945), 596, 903. 
Dailey ©. Kastell (56 Wis. 444), 379. 
Dailey ©. Newhaven (60 Conn. 314), 19. 
Dakin ©. Deming (6 Paige, 95) , 1687. 
Dalbiac©. Dalbiac (16 Ves. 116), 657. 
Dale & Co., Esc parte (L. K. 11 Ch. D. 772), 

1626. 
Dale ©. Hamilton (2 Phill. Ch. 266) 60. 
Dale v. Robinson (51 Vt. 20; 31 Am. Kep. 

669), 664, 711. 
Dallas ©. Heard (32 Ga. 104), 664, 705. 
Dalston ©. Coatsworth (1 P. Wms. 731), 

658. 
Da'lton ©. Dean (2 Bro. Ch. 634), 244. 
Dalton ©. Jones (51 Miss. 585), 836. 
Daley v. Desbouverie (2 Atk. 261), 1041, 

1045, 1046. 
Daly u.Bernsteln (28 Pac. Rep. 764), 

880. 
Dalzell©. Crawford (1 Pars. Eq. 57), 

1653. 
Dambman v. Schulting (75 N. T. 55), 

490. 
Dame ©. Aunas (Dyer, 219), 1079. 
Dameron©. Eskridge (104 N. Car. 621), 

1451. 
Dameron ©. Jamison (4 Mo. App. 299), 

492. 
Dames v. Treadwell (L. R. ISCh.D. 

531), 653. 



Dana ©. Bank of U. S. (5 Watts A S. 

224), 10, 1411. 
Dana©. Dana (154 Mass. 491; 28 N. E. 

Rep. 9C5), 241. 
Dana j). Harrington (4 Minn. 433), 1098, 

1109, 1489. 
Dana v. Goodfellow (51 Minn. 375; 63 N. 

W. Rep. 656), 209. 
Dana ©. Lull (17 Vt. 390), 1368. 
Dana ©. Murray (122 N. Y. 604; 26 N. E. 

Rep. 21), 612. 
Dana v. Newhall (13 Mass. 498), 445. 
Dance ©. Dance (56 Md. 433), 576, 580. 
Dance ©. Goldingham (L. R. 8Ch. App. 

902), 1101, 1118,1138. 
Dance ©. Seaman (11 Gratt. 778), 1369. 
Dandridge ©. Minge (4 Rand. 397), 1322. 
Daniel ©. Daniel (6 B. Mon. 230), 956, 

1266. 
Daniel©. Davidson (16 Ves. 249), 595. 
Daniel v. Eain (5 Lea, 258), 1690. 
Daniel v. Hill (52 Ala. 430), 286. 
Daniel v. Mitchell (1 Story, 172), 472. 
Daniel v. Newton (8 Beav. 485), 845. 
Daniel v. North (11 East, 374), 984. 
Daniel©. Sorrel (9 Ala. 436), 435. 
Daniel v. Wharteuby (17 Wall. 639), 

107. 
Daniels©. Daniels (9 Colo. 133), 721. 
Daniels v. Davidson (16 Ves. 249), 432. 
Daniels, Ex parte (14 R. I. '500), 1415, 

1418. 
Daniels v. Memphis (11 Humph. 582), 

1217. 
Danser v. Warwick (33 N. J. Eq. 133), 

73. 
Danville Sem. v. Mott (136 111. 289), 788. 
Darby v. Darby (2 Atk. 399), 654. 
Darby v. Gilligan (37 W. Va. 59; 16 S. E. 

Rep. 607), 1673, 1674, 1702. 
D'Arcy©. Blake (2 Sch. &Lef. 387), 963, 

1277. 
Darcy ©. Kelly (153 Mass. 433), 746, 748. 
Darke ©. Martyn (1 Beav. 525), 1102, 

1129, 1203. 
Darke ©. Williamson (25 Beav. 622), 992, 

1101. 
Darley ©. Darley (3 Atk. 399), 146, 651, 

686, 932. 
Darley ©. Singleton (Wightw. 25), 480. 
Darling©, Harmon (47 Minn. 166; 49 N. 

W. Rep. 686), 1258. 
Darling©. Potts (118 Mo. 506; 24 S. W. 

Rep. 461), 1186. 
Darling©. Rogers (22 Wend. 483), 1362. 
Darlington v. McCool (1 Leigh, 36), 

151. 
Darlington ©. Putney (Cowp. 260), 1009. 
Darnaby©. Watts (13 Ky. Law Rep. 

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Darnall v. Smith (26Gratt. 878), 711. 
D'Arnay v. Chesneau (13 Mees. & W. 

809), 975. 
Darrah v. McNair (1 Ash. 240), 144, 967. 
Darrenberger v. Haupt (10 Nev. 43), 

708. 
Dart v. Bagley (110 Mo. 42 ; 19 S. W. Rep. 

311), 1477. 
Dart v. Houston (22 Ga. 506), 1719, 1721. 
Dartmouth College v. Woodward (4 

Wheat. 518), 9,19, 21, 781. 
Darwin v. Upton (2 Saund. 175), 985. 
Daseomb v. Marston (80 Me. 223), 734, 

935, 948,956. 
Dashielrc. Attorney-General (5 Har. & 

J. 392 ; 6 Har. & J. 1 ; 9 Am. Dec. 572) , 

22, 83, 254, 255, 753, 808. 
Dashwood v. Bulkeley (10 Ves. 230), 

1045, 1046. 
Dashwood v. Blwall (2 Oh. Cas. 56), 

1173. 
Da Silvan. Turner (166 Mass. 407; 44 N. 

E. Rep. 532), 1447, 1477. 
Daubeney v. Cockburn (1 Meriv. 638) , 

435. 
Daugars v. Rivaz (28 Beav. 233), 782. 
Daughaday v. Paine (6 Minn. 443), 576. 
Davant v. Guerard (1 Spear, 242), 958, 
Davenport v. Coltman (12 Sim. 588), 

258. 
Davenport v. Farrar (1 Scam. 314), 946. 
Davenport v. Lawrence (19 Tex. 317), 

1690. 
Davenport v. Lowry (78 Ga. 89), 1542. 
Davenport v. McCole (28 Ind. 495), 1400. 
Davenport v. Murray (68 Mo. 198), 576. 
Davenport Plow Co. v. Lamp (80 Iowa, 

722; 45 N. W. Rep. 1049), 1603. 
Daversu. Dewes (3 P. Wms. 40), 245. 
Davey v. Durrant (1 De G. & J. 536), 606, 

1073, 1471, 1472, 1475, 1483, 1484. 
Davidson v. Coon (125 Ind. 497), 1352. 
Davidsons. Foley (2Bro. Ch. 203), 242. 
Davidsons. Kemper (79 Ky. 5), 1289, 

1301. 
Davidson v. Moore (14 S. Car. 251), 1215. 

1260. 
Davie v. Hooper (6Bro. P. C. 61), 1528. 
Davies ». Cooper (5Myl. & Cr. 270), 495. 
Daviesu. Davies (L. R. 36 Ch. D. 364), 

810. 
Davits v. Davies (4 Beav. 54), 90, 92, 

101, 102, 105. 
Davies v. Hodgson (25 Beav. 177), 1194. 
Davies v. Jones (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 190), 

1072. 
Davies v. London, etc. Ins. Co. (L. R. 

8Ch. D. 469), 295. 
Davies v. Otty (33 Beav. 640), 67. 
Davies v. Ridge (3 Esp. 101), 1048. 



Davies v. Thornycroft (6 Sim. 426), 6',9. 
Davies v. Topp (IBro. Ch. 524), 1324. 
Davilla v. Davilla (2 Ver. 724), 100. 
Davis v. Atkinson (5 T. R. 434), 686. 
Davis v. Beardham (1 Ch. Cas. 30), 

437. 
Davis v. Bemis (40 N. Y. 453), 476. 
Davis v. Bigler (62 Pa. St. 241), 453. 
Davis v. Cain (1 Ired. Eq. 304), 110. 
Davis v. Chambers (7 De G., M. & G. 

386), 1529. 
Davis v. Charles River R. R. (11 Cush. 

506), 949, 951. 
Davis v. Chicago Dock Co. (129 111. ISO), 

1395, 1408. 
Davis v. Christian (15 Gratt. 11), 1650. 
Davis v. Coburn (128 Mass. 377), 73, 1718. 
Davis v. Davis (88 Ga. 191; 14 S. E. Rep. 

194), 240. 
Davis v. Davis (3 Binn. 432), 246. 
Davis v. Davis (1 Hem. &M. 255), 1000. 
Davis v. Davis (43 Ind. 561), 651, 686. 
Davis v. Drew (6 N. H. 399), 1313. 
Davis v. Dunne (46 Iowa, 684), 285. 
Davis v. Dysart (20 Beav. 405), 1428. 
Davis v. First Nat. Bank (5 Neb. 242; 25 

Am. Rep. 484), 708. 
Davis v. Hamlin (108111. 39; 48 Am. Dec. 

541), 416, 1718. 
Davis v. Harkness (1 Gilm. 173), 836. 
Davis 4). Harman (21 Gratt. 194), 1135, 

1209. 
Davis v. Hess (103 Mo. 31), 1481. 
Davis v. Hodgson (25 Beav. 187), 1592. 
Davis v. Hoover (112 Ind. 423), 858, 1072. 
Davis v. Howcote (1 Dev. & B. Eq. 460), 

1085. 
Davis v. Inhabitants of Barnstable (154 

Mass. 224), 737. 
Davis, In re (L. R. 13 Eq. 163), 620, 990. 
Davis v. Jenkins (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 728), 

697. 
Davis v. Jenkins (3 V. & B. 156), 801. 
Davis v. Jennings (3 Tenn. Ch. 241), 

710. 
Davis v. Lamb (30 Mo. 441), 576. 
Davis v. London, etc. Co. (L. R. 8 Ch. 

D. 469), 563. 
Davis v. Marlborough (1 Swanst. 79), 

38. 
Davis v. Marlborough (2 Swanst. 139), 

282. 
Davis v. McNeil (1 Ired. Eq. 344), 1123. 
Davis v. Newton (6 Met. 637), 678. 
Davis v. Ney (125 Mass. 590; 28 Am. Dec. 

272) , 956. 
David v. Park (103 Mass. 501), 477. 
Davis v. Prout (7 Beav. 488), 654. 
Davis v. Richardson (10 Yerg. 290), 10S. 
Davis v. Ridge (3 Esp. 101), 993. 



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Davis v. Seovern (130 Mo. 303; 32 S. W. 

Kep.986),52B. 
Davis v. Simpson (B Har. & J. 147; 9 

Am. Deo. 500), 383, 389, 390, 401, 1184. 
Davis v. Smith (88 Ala. 696), 573. 
Davis v. Smith (5 Ga. 274), 607. 
Davis v. Smith (75 Mo. 219), 708. 
Davis v. Tingle (8 B. Mon. 359), 381, 

1592. 
Davis v. Wetherell (11 Allen, 19), 270, 

370. 
Davis v. Wheeler (23 S. W. Kep. 435), 

577. 
Davis v. Wilkerson (48 Miss. 585), 707. 
Davis v. Williams (85 Tenn. 646), 923, 

1268. 
Davis v. Yerby (1 Sm. & M. 508), 860. 
Davis' Appeal (60 Pa. St. 118), 828. 
Davis' Trusts, Be (L. B. 12 Eq. 214), 30. 
Davoue v. Fanning (2 Johns. Ch. 252), 

330, 382, 384, 390, 397, 398, 400, 401, 872, 

1037, 1039, 1186, 1732. 
Davy v. Hooper (2 Vern. 665), 623. 
Dawes v. Betts (12 Jur. 709), 1107. 
Dawson v. Clark (18 Ves. 254), 243. 
Dawson v. Clark (15 Ves. 416), 244. 
Dawson v. Coffey (12 Ore. 513), 1405. 
Dawson v. Dawson (Bice, 243), 596, 900. 
Dawson v. Dawson (1 Dev. Eq. 93), 161, 

152, 160. 
Dawson v. Dawson (1 Chev. 148), 143. 
Dawson v. Glrard Ins. Co. (27 Minn. 

411), 576. 
Dawson o. Hayden (67 111. 52) , 1108. 
Dawson, In re (3 Bradf. 130), 846. 
Dawson v. Jay (3 DeG., M. & G. 764), 

826. 
Dawson n. Massey (IB. & B. 219), 286, 

287. 
Dawson v. Small (L. B. 18 Eq. 114), 735. 
Dayi>. Arundel (Hard. 510), 438. 
Day v. Brown (2 Ohio, 315), 1031. 
Dayi>. Chatfleld (1 Vern. 200), 861. 
Day v. Both (18 N. Y. 448), 73, 333, 944, 

956. 
Day v. Thwaites (3 Ch. Cas. 69), 1009. 
Deaderick v. Cantrell (10 Yerg. 263; 31 

Am. Dee. 678), 1123, 1218, 1230, 1235, 

1588. 
Deakin's Case (2 Bland, 398), 987, 988. 
Deans. Adler (30 MJ. 147), 744. 
Dean v. Cozzins (7 Eobt. 178), 904. 
Dean i!. Dalton (2Bro. Ch. 634), 244. 
Dean v. Dean (7 T. B. Mon. 304), 861. 
Dean v. Dean (1 Stockt. 425), 66. 
Dean v. Dean (6 Conn. 285), 72, 309, 679. 
Deani>. Hodges (35 Minn. (140), 411. 
Dean, Inre (86 N. Y. 399), 1135. 
Dean v. Long (122 111. 447 ; 14 X . E . Eep. 

34), 916, 1614. 



Dean v. Scott (67 Iowa, 273) , 575. 
Deane v. Gunter (19 Ala. 731), 971. 
Deareu. Soutten (L. B. 9 Eq. 151), 685. 
Dearingw. Adams (37 Me. 265), 858. 
Dearie v. Hall (3 Euss. 1), 175, 1116. 
Dearmondw. Dearmond (10 Ind. 191), 

553. 
Dearnley v. Chase (136 Mass. 288), 1479. 
De Barante v. Gott (6 Barb. 592), 50. 
De Baun v. Van Wagoner (56 Mo. 347), 

708. 
Debenham v. Ox (1 Ves. 276), 555. 
De Bruhl v. Mass (54 Tex. 464), 578. 
DeCampc. Dobbins (29 N. J. Eq. 36), 

731, 734, 749. 
De Carrier v. De Caloune (4 Ves. 577), 

842. 
De Caters v. Le Roy De Chaumont (3 

Paige, 178), 383, 1184. 
De Chambrun v. Cox (60 Fed. Bep. 471; 

9 C. C. A. 86), 1180. 
Deckard v. Case (5 Watts, 22), 1415, 1418. 
Decker v. Directors of the Poor (21 W. 

N. C. 401), 1306. 
De Couche v. Savetier (3 Johns. Ch. 

216), 461,463, 1533, 1536. 
Deegan v. Capner (44 N. J. Eq. 339), 1121, 

1228. 
Deerhurstu. St. Albans (5 Madd. 260), 

114. 
Deering v. Adams (37 Me. 265), 855, 856, 

884, 928, 937,940. 
Deering v. Boyle (8 Kan. 528; 12 Am. 

Eep. 480), 699, 706. 
Deering v. Tucker (65 Me. 284), 1747. 
De Everett v. Crafts (6 S. W. Bep. 815), 

1737. 
Deeze, Exparte (1 Atk. 228), 566. 
Deg v. Deg (2 P. Wms. 414), 325, 358, 

881. 
De Garcia v. Lamson (4 Ves. 433), 811, 

812. 
Degge, Exparte (4 Bro. Ch. 235), 830. 
Degmanu. Degman (34 S. W. Bep. 523), 

621. 
De Graw v. Clason (11 Paige, 136), 1297. 
Dehart v. Dehart (3 N. J. Eq. 473), 

1729, 1732. 
Dehon v. Foster (4 Allen, 545), 37. 
De Hourmelin v. Sheldon (1 Beav. 79; 

4Myl. &Cr. 525), 967. 
Deibert's Appeal (78 Pa. St. 296), 910, 

913. 
Deiblerw. Barwick (4Blackf. 339), 569. 
De Jarnette v. De Giverville (56 Mo. 

440), 1460. 
De Jarnette v. De Jarnette (41 Ala. 

708), 1102, 1204, 1215. 
DeKlynu. Watkins (3 Sandf. Ch. 185), 

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Jelacour, In the goods of (9 Ir. Eq. 86), 

861. 
Delafields. White (19 Abb. N. C. 104), 

619. 
De la Garde s. Lampriere (6 Beav. 

344), 682, 683, 684. 
Delane s. Delane (7 Bro. P. C. 279), 

364. 
Delane s. Moore (14 How. 253), 464. 
Delaney, Estate of (49 Cal. 76), 616. 
Delaney s. Van Aulen (84 N. Y. 16), 616. 
Delaplalne v. Lewis (19 Wis. 476), 879. 
Delartney v. Barker (2 Stark. 539) , 972. 
Delashmut s. Tran (44 Iowa, 613) , 14. 
Delassuss. Poston (19 Mo. 425), 576. 
De la Touche's Settlement, In re (L. B. 

10 Eq. 599), 104. 
De Laureneel s. De Boom (48 Cal. 581), 

60, 516. 
Delbert's Appeal (83 Pa. St. 452), 956. 
De Leon s. Higuera (15 Oal. 483), 521. 
Deloney s. Hutchinson (2 Band. 183), 

216. 
Deloraine s. Browne (3 Bro. Ch. 633), 

393. 
Delraine s. Brown (19 Conn. 421), 1540 
Demaree s. Driskill (3 Blackf. 115), 354. 
Demarests. Wyncoop (3 Johns. 147), 

436, 445, 1508. 
DeManneyille s. Crompton (1 V. & B. 

369), 539, 1004, 1005, 1217, 1218. 
De Mannville «. De Mannville (10 Ves. 
Deming s. Colt (3 Sandf. 284), 1415. 

52), 825, 843, 844. 
De Montmorency s. Devereaux (7 CI. 

& Fin. 188), 419. 
Dempsters. West (69111. 613), 1508. 
Den s. Hammell (18 N. J. L. 73), 1183. 
Den s. Hillman (7 N. J. L. 180), 1183. 
Den s. MeKnight (6 Halst. 385), 327, 392, 

401,432, 538,595. 
Den s. Obert (20 N. J. 394), 951 
Den s. Sparks (1 Dev. & Bat. 389), 887. 
Den s. Troutman (7 Ired. 155), 1108. 
Den v. Vanness ;5 Halst. 102), 978. 
Den s. Wright (2 Halst. 175), 401, 1184. 
Denechaud s. Berrey (48 Ala. 591), 665. 
Denhams. Millions (70 Ala. 596), 1172. 
Denike v. Denike (13 Misc, Bep 381; 34 

N. T. Supl. 250), 180, 215. 
Denmead s. Denmead (62 Md. 321), 

1716 
Denne v. Judge (11 East, 288), 894. 
Denning v. Kane (7 N. Y. Supl. 704), 372, 

373, 377. 
Denning s. Ware (22 Beav. 184), 151. 
Dennis ». McCagg (32111. 419), 413, 525 

1180. 
Dennis v. Williams (40 Ala. 633), 574. 
Denison v. Gibson (24 Mich 187), 707. 



Dennlson s. Goehring (7 Barr, 179), 93, 

149, 152, 159, 363. 
Denny s. Allen (lPlck. 147), 1689. 
Denny s. Hancock (L. E. 6 Ch. 1), 

492. 
Denny s. Steakly (2 Heisk. 156), 580. 
Dents. Bennett (7 Sim. 539; 4 Myl. & 

C. 268), 291, 293, 426, 431, 480, 514. 
Dents. Dent (30 Beav. 363), 608, 1026, 

1027, 1155, 1435. 
Denton s. Denton (8 Jur. 388; 7 Beav. 

388), 956, 1424, 1427, 1428, 1430. 
Denton s. Denton (17 Md. 403), 944. 
Denton s. Donner (23 Beav. 286), 419. 
Denyer s. Druce (1 Tainl. 32) , 756, 770. 
Dentons. Sanford (103 N. Y. 607), 1120, 

1201, 1228. 
Denver Brick Co. s. McAllister (6 Colo. 

261), 1515. 
De Pereda s. De Mancha (L. B. 19 Ch. D. 

451), 842. 
Depew v. Waddington (6 Whart. 220), 

439. 
De Peyster s. Clendening (26 Wend. 21), 

877. 
De Peyster s. Clendening (8 Paige, 295), 

111, 596, 855, 856, 858, 885, 1522. 
De Peyster s. Ferress (11 Paige, 13), 895, 

979, 1122. 
De Peyster s. Gould (13 N. J. Eq. 474), 

232, 270, 308, 357. 
DePeyster's Case (4 Sandf. Ch. 514), 

1687. 
Derbishire s. Home (3 DeG.,M. &G. 

563), 1233, 1592. 
Derby s. Derby (4 E. I. 414), 749, 763, 776. 
Derby s. Weyricil (8 Neb. 174; 30 Am. 

Bep. 827), 14. 
Derlnger v. Deringer (5 Houst. 416), 

1549, 1550. 
De Bow s. Fay (3 Edw. Ch. 44), 206. 
Derrys. Derry (74 Ind. 560), 204, 223, 

372, 373, 388, 532. 
De Euyter s. Trustees (3 Barb. Ch. 119), 

1412. 
Desbody s. Boyville (2 P. Wms. 547), 

1042. 
Desponds. Walbridge (15 N. Y. 374), 

219. 
Destrehan s. Eeudder (11 Mo. 484), 1444. 
De Tessier, In re (L. E. (1893) 1 Ch. 153), 

1154. 
De Themmines s. De Bonneval (5 Buss. 

288), 757, 806, 811, 812. 
DeThiessier s. De Thiessier (L. E. 

(1893) 1 Ch. 153; 1 Ch. App. 153), 
1435. 
Detroit s. Dean (106 U. S. 537), 597. 
Detwiler v. Detwiler (30 Neb. 338; 46 N. 
W. Eep. 624), 344. 



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Detwiler v. Hartman (37 N. J. Eq. 348), 

749, 755. 
Detwold, In re (L. E. 40 [Ch. D. 685), 

1811. 
Devaynes». Robinson (24 Beav. 86), 

1073, 1257, 1566, 1567. 
Deveaux v. Barnwell (1 Desaus. 499), 

636. 
Devecmon v. Shaw (70 Md. 219), 987. 
De Vendal v. Molone (25 Ala. 272), 440. 
Devenish v. BaiDes (Pr. Ch. 4), 500, 513. 
Devinw. Hendershott (32 Iowa, 192), 

945. 
Devinney v. Norris (8 Watts, 314), 424. 
De Visme, In re (2 De G., J. & S. 17), 349, 

351. 
De Visme v. Mellish (5 Ves. 529) , 633. 
Devlin v. Egleson (79 Iowa, 269) , 570. 
Devoy v. Devoy (3 Sm. & Giff. 403; 5 W. 

E. 222), 335, 352, 367. 
DeVriesi). Conklin (22 Mich. 355), 659. 
Devriesu. Hiss (72 Md. 560), 917. 
Dewall v. Craig (2 Wheat. 45), 1242. 
Dewdney, Ex parte (15 Ves. 496), 425. 
De Weever v. Eockport (6 Beav. 391), 

845. 
Dewey v. Cross (7 Wall. 299), 406. 
Dewey v. Dewey (46 How. Pr. 441), 1507. 
Dewey v. Long (25 Yt. 564), 308. 
Dewey v. Moyer (72 N. Y. 70), 377. 
Dewey v. Euggles (25 N. J. Eq. 35), 1072. 
Dewhurst v. Wright (29 Fla. 223 ; 10 So. 

Eep. 682), 302. 
Dewitt v. Polin (L. R 14 Eq. 251) , 831, 

988. 
De Wolf v. Lawson (61 Wis. 469), 820. 
De Wolf v. Pratt (42 111. 198), 562. 
De Wolfe v. Swayne (49 Conn. 282), 1368. 
Dexter v. Arnold (3 Sumn. 152), 465. 
Dexter v. Harris (2 Mass. 537), 460. 
Dexter v. Harris (2 Mason, 536), 478. 
Dexter v. Gardner (7 Allen, 243), 748. 
Dexter v. Shepard (117 Mass. 480), 1488, 

14S9, 1491. 
Dey v. Dey (26 ST. J. Eq. 182), 388, 389, 

434. 
Deyerv. Arnold (37 Ark. 17), 704. 
Dialu. Dial (21 Tex. 529), 1736, 1737. 
Diamond v. Lawrence Co. Bank (37 Pa. 

St. 363), 452. 
Dias v. Bouchaud (10 Paige, 445), 1423. 
Dibrell v. Carlisle (51 Miss. 785) , 992, 1349, 

1516, 1641. 
Diceon9on v. Talbot (L. E. 6 Ch. 32), 

491, 494. 
Dick, In re (C. A. (1891) 1 Ch. 423), 1209, 

1218. 
Dick v. Hamilton (1 Deady, 322), 710. 
Dick v. Pitchford (1 Di T. & Bat. Eq. 576) , 
912,942,1269, 1302,1644. 



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Dickel v. Smith (24 S. E. Eep. 564), 

1704. 
Dickenson v. Dickenson (2 Murph. 

279), 72. 
Dickenson v. Teasdale (1 De G., J. & 

S. 52), 1538. 
Dickermau v. Abrahams (21 Barb. 551), 

664. 
Dickersonv. Carroll (76 Ala. 377), 571, 

573. 
Dickerson v. Rogers (114 N. T. 406), 

709. 
Dlckerson's Appeal (7 Pa. St. 255), 993, 

1052. 
Dickerson's Appeal (115 Pa. St. 198), 73, 

1744. 
Dickinson v. Codwise (1 Sandf. Ch. 

214), 1184. 
Dickinson v. Conniff (65 Ala. 581), 1025. 
Dickinsons. Davis (43 N. H. 647), 334, 

339. 
Dickinson v. Dickinson (2 Murph. 279), 

71. 
Dickinson v. Hoomes (8 Gratt. 353), 36. 
Dickinson v. Lee (102 Mass. 559), 489. 
Dickinson, In re (111 N. Car. 108; 15 S. 

E. Eep. 1025), 831. 
Dickinson v. Player (C. P. Coop. (1837- 

38) p. 178), 1206. 
Dickinson v. Trout (8 Bush, 442) , 1216. 
Dickinson's Appeal (152 Mass. 184), 

1200, 1202. 
Dlckison v. Ogden (89 Ky. 162), 1298. 
Dickson v. Lockyer (4 Ves. 42), 455, 1655. 
Dickson v. Montgomery (1 Swan, 348), 

750. 
Dickson v. United States (125 Mass. 

311), 737. 
Diebert's Appeal (78 Pa. St. 296), 919. 
Dieffendorf v. Canajobarie Church (20 

Johns. 12), 796, 797. 
Diefendorf v. House (9 How. Pr. 243), 

365. 
Diefendorf v. Spraker (10 N. Y. 246), 

890, 1394. 
Dietel v. Home S. & L. Assn. (59 Minn. 

211; 60 N. W. Rep. 1100), 1158. 
Diffenderfer v. Winder (3 Gill & J. 311), 

1121, 1255, 1689. 
Digbyf). Legard (3 P. Wms. n.),259. 
Dikeman v. Norrie (36 Cal. 94) , 197, 213, 

313. 
Dillard v. Crocker (Speer Ch. 20), 308, 

441, 442. 
Dillard v. Dillard (3 Humph. 41), 354, 

369. 
Dillard v. Dillard (21 S. E. Rep. 669), 

997. 
Dillayev. Commercial Bank (51 N. Y. 

345), 327, 457, 460, 993, 1660. 



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Dillayes. Greenough (46 N. T. 445), 

111, 155. 
Dlller s. Brubaker (52 Pa. St. 498), 1598. 
Dillinger v. Llewelyn (3 De G., F. & J. 

617), 161. 
DUIinger's Appeal (35 Pa. St. 357), 721, 

722. 
Dillon v. Ooppin (4 Myl. & Or. 646), 147, 

151, 152. 
Dillon s. Jones (6 Ves. 290), 560. 
Dillon s. Stevens (62 Mo. App. 479), 

895. 
Dllts v. Stevenson (17 N. J. Eq. 407), 

708. 
Dimes s. Soott (4 Russ. 195), 1167. 
Dimmock s. Atkinson (3 Bro. Oh. 195) , 

681, 684. 
Dimmock s. Bixby (20 Pick. 368), 1132, 

1402. 
Dimmock s. Hallett (L. R. 2 Ch. App. 

21), 473. 
Dimpfels. Ohio E. Co. (110 U. S. 209), 

597. 
Dinn s. Grant (5 De G. & S. 451), 585. 
Dinsmore s. Biggert (9 Barr, 123), 942. 
Dinsmore Oil Co. s. Dinsmore (64 Pa. 

St. 43), 409. 
Dipples s. Corles (11 Hare, 133) , 157. 
Disbrows. Henshaw (8 Cow. 351), 825. 
Disher s. Disher (1 P. Wins. 204), 151. 
Dlsmukess. Terry (Walker, 197), 355, 

357. 
District No. 3«. Macloon (4 Wis. 79), 

201. 
Dixs. Ackers (30 Ind. 431), 1053. 
Dixon s. Bentley (50 N. J. Eq. 87; 25 

Atl. Hep. 194), 919. 
Dix s. Burford (19 Beav. 409), 857. 
Dix s. Cobb (4 Mass. 508), 1117. 
Dixs. Dummerston (19 Vt. 262), 1048. 
Dixs. Bead (1 S. & S. 237), 893. 
Dixon s. Caldwell (15 Ohio St. 412), 

327. 
Dixon s. Dixon (23 N. J. Eq. 316), 723. 
Dixon s. Dixon (3 Bro. Ch. 510), 985. 
Dixon s. Dixon (L. E. 9 Ch. D. 587), 681, 

1257, 1590. 
Dixoa v. Gayfere (17 Beav. 433), 1623. 
Dixon s. Hill (5 Mich. 404) , 441. 
Dixon v. Homer (9 Met. 420), 893. 
Dixon s. Homer (12 Cush. 41), 900. 
Dixon s. Muckleston (L. E. 8 Ch. App. 

155), 600. 
Dixon s. Olmius (1 Cox Ch. 414), 497, 

500, 507, 513, 654. 
Dixon s. Eawson (5 Ohio St. 224), 226. 
Dixon s, Saville (1 Bro. Ch, 326), 963, 

1277. 
Doball s. Stevens (3 B. & C. 623), 474. 
Dobbin s. Walton (37 Ga. 614), 1411. 

f 



Dobbins s. Blanchard (94 Ga. 500; 21 S. 

E. Rep. 215), 705. 
Dobbins s. Hubbard (17 Ark. 196), 704. 
Dobson v. Land (8 Hare, 216), 1029, 1030, 

1031, 1493. 
Dobson s. Leadbetter (13 Ves. 2«n) , 327, 

438. 
Dob9on s. Racey (3 Sandf. 61), 390, 392, 

395, 398, 414, 465, 1440, 1490. ' 
Dobson's Case (12 Jur. (N. S.) 60), 962. 
Dockray s. Dockray (2 E. I. 547), 1369. 
Dockers. Somes (2 Myl. & K. 655), 383, 

1170. 
Docksey v. Docksey (2 Eq. Ca. Abr. 506; 

3 Bro. P. C. 39), 238. 
Docwra, In re (L. E. 29 Ch. D. 693), 1263. 
Dod s. Dod (1 Amb. 274) , 101. 
Dodd, Exparte (Ph. Eq. 97), 1614. 
Dodd v. Wakeman (26 N. J. Eq. 484), 500, 

518,525,1171. 
Dodge v. Brewer (31 Mich. 227), 1512. 
Dodge v. Cole (97 111. 338), 388, 532. 
Dodge v. Doub (8 Gill, 16), 1422. 
Dodges. Evans (43 Miss. 570), 576. 
Dodge v. Morse (129 Mass. 423), 1062, 

1132. 
Dodge v. Pond (23 ST. Y. 63), 302, 750, 

752. 
Dodge v. Williams (46 Wis. 70; 50 N. W. 

Eep. 1103) , 734, 751, 783, 786. 
Dodkins. Brunt (L. E. 6 Eq. 680), 695. 
Dodds v. Tuke (L. E. 25 Ch. D. 617), 

1675, 1701. 
Dodson ii. Ball (60 Pa. St. 492; 100 Am. 

Dec. 586), 917,921, 943, 956, 1264, 1622. 
Dodson v. Hay (3 Bro. Ch. 405), 113, 963, 

965. 
Dodson v. Simpson (2 Rand. 294), 456, 

1659. 
Doe v. Brigg (2 Taunt. 109), 917, 938, 939. 
Doe v. Cafe (7 Excheq. 675), 927, 1327. 
Doe v. Cavan (5 T. E. 567; 6 Bro. P. C. 

175), 1010. 
Does. Claridge (6Mon. & S. 657), 923, 

927, 930, 1327. 
Does. Davies (1Q. B. 430), 926. 
Does. Edlin (4 Ad. &EI. 582; 31 E. C. L. 

143), 919. 920, 1327. 
Doe s. Ewart (7 Ad. &E1. 636), 920, 1326. 
Does, field (2 B. & Ad. 564), 922, 942, 

1327. 
Doe v. Gillard (5 Barn. & Aid. 785), 1072. 
Doe s. Harris (16 M. & W. 517) , 61, 880., 

882, 883. 
Doe s. Harvey (3 Ind. 104), 401. 
Doe s. Haselwood (6 Ad. & B. 167), 1072. 
Doe s. Henry (3 Ind. 104), 392. 
Doe s. Hicks (7 T. R. 433), 923, 925, 942, 

1267. 
Does. Hilder (2B. & A. 782), 980, 983. 



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Does. Homfray (6 Ad. & El. 206), 913, 

919, 935. 
Doe v. Howland (7 Cow. 277), 937. 
Doe v. Ironmongers (3 East, 533), 919. 
Doe v. Kier (4 Man. & By. 101), 1009. 
Doeo. Ladd (77 Ala. 223), 907. 
Doe v. Nichols (1 Barn. & C. 336), 912, 

917, 943. 
Doe v. Oliver (14 Barn. & Or. 181) , 914. 
Doe v. Passingham (6 B. & 0. 305), 912, 

914,1427. 
Doe v. Phelps (9 Johns. 169), 984. 
Doe v. Pratt (6 Ad. & E. 180) , 1072. 
Doe v. Price (16 Mees. & W. 603), 969. 
Doe v. Robertson (11 Wheat. 332), 968. 
Doeo. Bobinson (24 Miss. 688), 1005. 
Doe v. Boutledge (2 Oowp. 705), 98, 912, 

917. 
Doe v. Simpson (5 East. 162), 925, 935, 

942, 1267. 
Doe v. Smeddle (2 B. & Aid. 126), 940. 
Doe v. Smith (6 B. & O. 112), 892. 
Doe v. Smith (2 Taunt. 112), 939. 
Doe v. Smith (9 D. & B. 136), 892. 
Doe v. Sybourn (7 T. R. 2), 980, 983, 984. 
Doe«. Walbank (2 B. & Aid. 554), 927, 

1327. 
Doe v. Walker (12 M. & W. 591), 142. 
Doet). Willan (2 B. &Ald. 84), 927, 942, 

1327. 
Doe v. Williams (2 Mees. &W. 74), 1327. 
Doe v. Woodhouse (4 T. R. 89), 935. 
D'Oechsner v. Scott (24 Beav. 239), 

669. 
Doge v. Cole (97 111. 338), 221. 
Doggett v. Hart (5 Fla. 215), 951. 
Doggett v. Lane (12 Mo. 215), 430. 
Doggett v. White (128 Mass. 398) , 859. 
Dohoney v. Womaek (1 Tex. Civ. App. 

354; 19 S. W. Eep. 883), 505. 
Dolan v. Baltimore (4 Gill, 394), 1073. 
Dolbear v. Norduft (38 Minn. 197), 1451. 
Dolder v. Bank of England (10 Ves. 

352), 1572. 
Doll v. Johnson (3 Allen, 364), 866. 
Dolman v. Nokes (22 Beav. 402), 492. 
Dolson v. Kerr (5 Hun, 643), 1385. 
Dolton v. Hewen (6 Mad. 14), 1652. 
Dominicki!. Michael (4Sandf. Ch. 374), 

12. 
Dominick v. Sayre (3 Sandf. 555), 624. 
Donaghe v. Tarns (81 Va. 132), 232, 271, 

358. 
Donahue v. Quackenbush (64 N. W. 

Eep. 141), 210. 
Donald v. Plumb (8 Conn. 453), 978. 
Donaldson v. Donaldson (Kay, 711), 15, 

88, 152, 156. 
Donaldson v. State Bank (IDev. 103), 

440. 



Doncaster v. Doncaster (3 Kay & J- 26), 

107. 
Donegan v. Hentz (70 Ala. 437), 573. 
Donelson v. Posey {l'i Ala. 752), 1697. 
Donley v. Bullock (7 Ired. Eq. 102), 

1154. 
Donlin v. Bradley (119 111. 412), 197, 307, 

308. 
Donmett v. Bedford (3 Ves. 149), 1291. 
Donnington v. Mitchell (1 Green's Ch. 

243), 672. 
Donogh's Appeal (86 Pa. St. 306), 730. 
Donohuea. Chase (130 Mass. 137), 1479. 
Donovan's Appeal (41 Conn. 551), 705. 
Donovan v. Donovan (85 Mich. 63), 576. 
Donovan v. Van De Mark (78 N. T. 244), 

54, 183, 616. 
Dooley v. Wolcott (4 Allen, 406), 450. 
Doomer v. Packhurst (3 Atk. 134), 607. 
Doran v. Doran (99 Cal. 311; 33 Pac. 

Rep. 929), 266. 
Doran v. Simpson (4 Ves. 665), 455, 1655. 
Dorance v. Scott (3 Whart. 306; 31 Am. 

Dec. 509), 710. 
Dorland v. Dorland (2 Barb. 65), 1036. 
Dormer v.Portescue (3 Atk. 130), 603. 
Dormer v. Thurland (2 P. Wms. 606), 

1009. 
Dornford v. Dornford (12 Ves. 127), 387, 

1219. 
Dorr v. Lorlng (147 Mass. 530), 1523. 
Dorrw. Petri (Walk. Eq. 145), 828. 
Dorr v. Wainwright (13 Pick. 328), 854, 

879, 885. 
Dorrance v. Scott (3 Whart. 309), 1290. 
Dorrington v. Mitchell (2 N. J. Eq. 

243), 673. 
Dorsett v. Frith (25 Cal. 537), 1120. 
Dorsey v. Banks (88 Iowa, 595; 55 N. W. 

Eep. 674), 1083. 
Dorsey v. Clark (4 H. & J. 551), 308. 
Dorsey v. Dorsey (3 Har. &J. 410; 6 

Am. Dec. 506), 427, 1184. 
Dorsey v. Garey (30 Md. 489), 1718. 
Dorsey v. Thompson (37 Md. 26), 905. 
Doswell v. Anderson (1 Patt. & H. 185), 

184. 
Doswell v. Buchanan (3 Leigh, 362), 

442, 443. 
Dothage v. Stuart (35 Mo. 251), 606. 
Dotterer v. Pike (60 Ga. 29), 388, 435. 
Doty v. Mitchell (9 Sm. &. M. 435), 665. 
Dougherty v. Sprinkle (88 N. Car. 300), 

709. 
Dougherty v. Van Nostrand (1 Hoff. 

Ch. 68), 398. 
Dougherty's Estate (5 W. N. C. 556), 

807. 
Doughter v. Vandever (5 Del. Ch. 51), 

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Doughty v. Bethune (7 Ga. 90), 1392. 
Doughty v. Bull (2 P. Wins. 320), 258. 
Douglas v. Archbutt (2 De G. & J. 148) , 

1683. 
Douglas v. Oruger (80 N. Y. 15), 1105, 

1751. 
Douglass. Price (4 Eich. Eq. 322), 369. 
Douglas v. Russell (4 Sim. 524), 34. 
Douglass v. Congreve (1 Keen, 410), 

922. 
Douglass v. Oulverwell (L. J. 31 Ch. 

65), 419. 
Douglass v. Lucas (63 Pa. St. 11), 364. 
Dousmanv. Wisconsin Milling Co. (40 

Wis. 418), 478. 
Dove v. Everard (IE. & M. 281; Taml. 

376), 882. 
Dover v. Buck (6 Gift 57), 393. 
Dover, Ex parte (5 Sim. 500), 857. 
Doveru. Ehea (108 N". Oar. 88; 13 S. E. 

Eep. 164), 232,240. 
Dow v. Dawson (1 Ves. 331), 1117. 
Dow v. Dow (63 Hun, 628; 18 N. Y. Supl. 

222), 901. 
Dow, In re (6 N. B. E. 10), 1409. 
Dow v. Jewell (18 N. H. 340; 45 Am. Dec. 

371), 197, 308, 363. 
Dow v. Memphis Ey. Co. (23 Blatehf. 

84), 959, 1057. 
Dow v. Platner (16 N. Y. 562), 1385. 
Dowdsi. Tucker (41 Conn. 198), 497, 500, 

508,511,513,517. 
Dowell 17. Burlington, etc. E. Co. (62 

Iowa, 629) , 1342. 
Dowell v. Caldwell (2 McCord Ch. 43), 

839. 
Dowling v. Belton (1 Elan. * Eel. 462; 2 

Freem. 114), 820. 
Dowling v. Eeeley (72 Ga. 567), 426. 
Dowling v. Hudson (17 Beav. 248), 1652. 
Dowling v. Tyrell (2 E. & M. 343), 840. 
Dowman v. Bust (6 Band. 587) , 1352, 1355, 

1647. 
Down v. Worrall (1 Myl. & K. 561), 620, 

770, 1122. 
Downe v. Lewis (3 Bro. Ch. 257), 1324. 
Downer v. Downer (9 Vt. 231) , 996. 
Downes v. Bullock (25 Beav. 62), 1598. 
Downes ». Grazebrook (3 Meriv. 208), 

383, 977, 1081, 1100, 1490, 1491. 
Downes v. Harper Hospital (101 Mich. 

555; 60 N. W. Eep. 42), 784. 
Downes v. Jennings (32 Beav. 290), 100, 

377,548, 553. 
Downey v. BisseU (4 Fed. Eep. 55), 

105. 
Downey v. Bullock (7 Ired. Eq. 102), 

1025, 1176. 
Downing v. Marshall (23 N. Y. 360; 80 

Am. Dec. 290), 616, 1671. 



Downing v. Marshall (37 N. Y. 380), 959, 

1058. 
Downing v. Townsend (Amb. 592), 150. 
Downs v. Hopkins (65 Ala. 588), 1514. 
Dowse v. Gorton (L. E. (1891) App. Cas. 

191), 1701. 
Doxey v. Doxey (2 Vern. 677), 247. 
Doyle v. Blake (2 Sch. & Lef. 229), 861, 

878, 882, 884, 889,894, 1135, 1248. 
Doyle v. Doyle (1 Dana, 536), 309. 
Doyle v. Murphy (22 111. 502; 74 Am. 

Dec. 165), 369. 
Doyle v. Kelly (75 111. 574), 705. 
Doyle v. Sleeper (1 Dana, 531), 354. 
Doyle v. Whalen (87 Me. 414; 32 Atl. 

Hep. 1022), 776. 
Doyley v. Attorney-General (2 Eq. Cas. 

Ab. 194; 4 Vin. Ab. 485), 620, 629, 631. 
D'Oyley v. Loveland (1 Strobh. 45), 

1108. 
Dozierv. Freeman (47 Miss. 647), 681, 

950, 959, 1139. 
Draiser v. Brereton (15 Beav. 221), 155. 
Drais v. Hogan (50 Cal. 121), 705. 
Drake v. Collins (5 How. (Miss.) 253), 

492, 493. 
Drakes. Crane (127 Mo. 85; 29 S. W. 

Eep. 990), 1216. 
Drake v. Glover (30 Ala. 382), 704. 
Drake v. Eamsey (5 Ohio, 251), 1024. 
Drakes. Sherburne (57 Ark. 563; 22 S. 

W. Eep. 430), 432. 
Drake v. Storr (2 Freem. 205), 647. 
Drakes. Trefusis (L. E. 10 Ch. App. 

363), 1154. 
Drake v. Whitmore (5 De G. & Sm. 

619), 1073. 
Drakeford v. Wilks (3 Atk. 539), 506, 513, 

517. 
Draoe v. Gunter (19 Ala. 731), 889, 896, 

1228. 
Drapers Co. v. Davis (2 Atk. 295), 425. 
Drayson v. Pocock (4 Sim. 283), 1081. 
Drayton, In re (4McCordCh. 46), 861. 
Dresser v. Dresser (46 Me. 48), 128. 
Dressier, Ex parte (L. E. 9 Ch. D. 252), 

1138. 
Drew v. Wakefield (5* Me. 291), 250, 

256. 
Driblera. Barwick (4 Blackf. 339), 675. 
Drlnkwater v. Combe (2 S. & S. 340), 

978, 1432. 
Drohan v. Drohan (1 B. & B. 185), 1003, 

1027. 
Drosier v. Brenton (15 Beav. 221), 1202. 
Drosten v. Mueller (103 Mo. 624), 852. 
Druce v. Denison (6 Ves. 403), 197. 
Druekera. Wellhouse (82 Ga. 129), 1414. 
Druid Park, etc. Co. v. Oetlinger (53 

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Drummer v. Chippenham (14 Ves. 252), 

18. 
Drummond v. Drummond (37 L. J. (N. 

S.)Ch. 811; 17 W. R. 6), 35. 
Drummond v. Tracy (1 Johns. 608), 225, 

874. 
Drury v. Conner (1 Har. & G. 220), 603, 

877. 
Drury v. Cross (7 Wall. 299), 409. 
Drury v. Drury (2 Eden, 39), 12. 
Drury v. Hooke (1 Vern. 412), 545. 
Drury v. Natick (10 Allen, 1G9), 748. 
Dryden v. Frost (3 Myl. & Cr. 670), 443. 
Dubless v. Flint (4 Myl. & Cr. 602), 1570. 
Dublin Case (38 N. H. 577), 18, 749, 788, 

789. 
Dubois v. Hull (43 Barb. 26), 577. 
Dubose v. Dubose (7 Ala. 235), 1367, 

1358. 
Dubs j). Dubs (31 Pa. St. 149), 652, 672, 

964, 1276, 1277, 1622. 
Duciea. Ford (138 U. S. 587; 11 S. Ct. 

Eep.417),524. 
Duckworth v. Trafford (18 Ves. 283), 

842. 
Dudley v. Bosworth (10 Humph. 9), 335, 

339,363,367. 
Dudgeon v. Corley (2 Dr. & W. 158), 

1679. 
Dudleys. Batcheller (53 Me. 403), 232, 

340, 368, 369. 
Dudley©. Dickson (14 N. J. Eq. 252), 

576. 
Dudley v. Llttlefleld (21 Me. 418), 439. 
Duff v. Hutchinson (57 Hun, 152), 562. 
Duffle v. Clark (64 N. W. Rep. 57), 14, 429. 
Duffleld v. Smith (2 Vern. 258), 1528. 
Duffleldu. Wallace (2 S. &R. 521), 532. 
Dufford v. Smith (46 N. J. Eq. 216; 16 

Atl. Rep. 1052), 1198, 1692. 
Duffy v. Calvert (6 Gill, 487), 908, 1647, 

1648. 
Duffy v. Durant Land Imp. Co. (78 

Hun, 314; 29 N. T. Supl. 165), 1082. 
Duffy's Trust, In re (28 Beav. 386), 686. 
Dundas' Appeal (UP. F. Smith, 325), 

402. 
Dugas v. Guilbeau (16 La. Ann. 581), 

430, 1183. 
Dugan v. Cureton (1 Atk. 31), 473. 
Dugan v. Gittings (3 Gill, 161), 469. 
Dugan v. Vattier (3 Blackf . 245), 441. 
Dugans, In re (12 Pa. Co. Ct. 591; 2 Pa. 

Dist. 194), 899. 
Duggan v. Kelly (10 Ir. Eq. 295) , 1045. 
Dugger v. Taylor (60 Ala. 504), 574. 
Duguid v. Edwards (32 How. Pr. 254), 

1607. 
Du Hourmelln v. Sheldon (1 Beav. 79; 

4 Myl. & Cr. 525), 28, 41, 42, 43. 



Duke». Balme (16 Minn. 306), 576. 
Duke of Cumberland v. Codrington (3 

Johns. Ch. 261), 88. 
Duke v. Fuller (9 N. H. 536; 32 Am. Dec. 

392), 749. 
Dukes v. Spangler (35 Ohio St. 119), 652. 
Dulany v. Middleton (72 Md. 67; 19 Atl. 

Rep. 146), 1523. 
Dumas, Ex parte (2 Ves. 582; 1 Atk. 232), 

204, 972, 976. 
Dumboldu. Rowley (113 Ind. 353), 14. 
Dummerw. Pitcher (2 Myl. & K. 262), 

339, 369. 
Dumoneelj). Dumoncel (13 Ir. Eq. 92), 

41, 42. 
Dumond v. Magee (4 Johns. Ch. 315), 

678. 
Dunaway v. Robertson (95 111. 419), 562. 
Dunbar v. Foreman (40 8. Car. 490; 19 

S. E. Rep. 186), 710. 
Dunbar v. Meyer (43 Miss. 679), 707. 
Dunbar v. Soule (129 Mass. 284), 23, 596. 
Dunbar v. Tredenick (2 Ball & B. 317), 

393, 432. 
Duncan v. Duncan (19 Ves. 394), 683. 
Duncan v. Findlater (6 01. & Fin. 894), 

788. 
Duncan v. Forrer (6 Binn. 193), 216. 
Duncan v. Graffln (26 N. J. Eq. 228), 

1719,1725. 
Duncan v. Jandon (15 Wall. 165), 204, 

388, 456, 460, 532, 1625, 1660. 
Duncan v. Johnson (2 Eng. 190), 442. 
Duncan v. Simmons (2 Stew. & P. 356), 

1539. 
Duncan v. Wallace (114 Ind. 169), 1352. 
Duncan's Appeal (43 Pa. St. 670), 550, 

551, 552. 
Duncht). Kent (1 Vern. 319), 455, 1350, 

1652, 1664. 
Ducommon's Appeal (17 Pa. St. 268), 

1127, 1234. 
Dundas v. Biddle (2 Pa. St. 160), 24. 
Dundas v. Blake (11 Ir. Eq. 138), 1320. 
Dundee©. Morris (3Macq. 134), 735. 
Dunham v. Packing Co. (100 Mich. 75. 

68 N. W. Rep. 627), 1599. 
Dunham v. Presley (120 Mass. 285), 562. 
Dunicau. Coy (24 Mo. 167), 280. 
Dunkley©. Dunkley (2 DeG.,M.&G. 

390), 678. 
Dunklin v. Wilkins (5 Ala. 199), 39. 
Dunlap v. Burnett (5 Sm. & M. 702), 

576. 
Dunlap v. Hawkins (59 N. T. 342), 374. 
Dunlap v. Wright (11 Tex. 597), 1453. 
Dunlap's Appeal (14 Atl. Rep. 262), 

1688. 
Dunlop v. Dunlop (4 Desaus. 305), 1322, 

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Dunlopv. Hepburn (1 Wheat. 179; 3 

Wheat. 231), 28. 
Dunn v. Bank of Mobile (2 Ala. 152), 

666. 
Dunn v. Dunn (1 S. Car. 350), 1102. 
Dunn v. Simpson (6 Binn. 478) , 309. 
Dunn v. Sargent (101 Mass. 336) , 657,680. 
Dunne v. Dunne (3 Sm. & Gif. 22), 608, 

1026. 
Dunning v. Ocean Nat. Bank (6 Lans. 

298), 857, 893, 896, 1037. 
Dunnage v. White (1 J. & W. 563), 250. 
Dunscomb v. Dunscomb (1 Johns. Ch. 

527), 1253, 1255. 
Dunsmoorw. Furstenfeldt (88 Oal. 522), 

1408. 
Dunstan v. Outhouse (64 Mich. 419), 

576. 
Dunster v. Glengall (3 Ir. Eq. 47), 1116. 
Duntoni;. Sharpe (70 Miss. 850), 1455. 
Dunwoodieu. Reed (3 S. &R. 435), 1280. 
Dupleix v. Roe (1 Anst. 86), 873. 
Dupont, Ex parte (1 Harp. Ch. 5), 28. 
Dupre v. Rein (56 How. Pr. 2228) , 722. 
Dupre v. Thompson (4 Barb. 280), 152. 
Dupree v. Estelle (10 S. W. Rep. 93), 

209. 
Durr v. Bowyer (2 McCord, 368), 678. 
Durant v. Davis (10 Heisk. 522), 577. 
Durante. Mass. Hosp. etc. Co. (2 Low- 
ell, 575), 228. 
Durante. Smith (159 Mass. 229; 34 N. E. 

Rep. 190), 135. 
Durant v. Titley (7 Price, 577), 720, 721. 
Durden v. Whetstone (92 Ala. 480; 9 So. 

Rep. 176), 1494, 1509. 
Duren v. Getchell (55 Me. 241), 706. 
Durfee v. McClurg (6 Mich. 223), 707. 
Durfeeu. Pavitt (14 Minn. 422), 372, 373. 
Durham, etc. Soc.Jm re (L. R. 12 Eq. 

516), 600. 
Durland v. Durland (83 Hun, 174; 31 N. 

T. Supl. 596), 56, 226. 
Durlingjj. Hammer (29 N. J. Eq. 220), 

223. 
Dnrmt. Fish (46 Mich. 312), 1486. 
Durnford v. Lane (1 Bro. Ch. 106), 12. 
Durour v. Motteaux (1 Ves. 320), 301. 
Durrant v. Ritchie (4 Mason, 45), 10 

912,915. 
Durst v. Benton (47 K. T. 167; 2 Lans- 

137), 476. 
Duryeap. Bliven (47 Hun, 638), 721. 
Dutch Church v. Mott (7 Paige, 77), 

744,788,980,983. 
Dutilh v. Coursault (5 Cranch, 349), 214. 
Dutton v. Poole (2 Lev. 211), 497, 500. 
Dutton v. Thompson (L. R. 23 Ch. D. 

278), 293, 294. 
Duval v. Bibb (4 II. &M. 113), 241. 



Duval v. Duval (153 111. 49; 38 N. E. 

Rep. 944), 186. 
Duval v. Marshall (30 Ark. 230), 309, 369. 
Duvall v. Craig (2 Wheat. 45), 1721. 
Duvall v. Farmers' Bank (4 Gill & J. 

283), 678. 
Duvall v. Wilson (9 Barb. 487), 147, 153. . 
Duval's Appeal (38 Pa. St. 118), 1074, 

1688. 
Duysdale v. Mace (5 De G., M. & G. 

103), 492. 
Dwight v. Blackmar (2 Mich. 330; 57 

Am. Dec. 130), 1184. 
Dwight v. Newell (3 N. T. 185), 568. 
Dwinelu. Veazie (36 Me. 509), 1107. 
Dyer v. Dyer (34 Beav. 504), 828. 
Dyer v. Dyer (2 Cox, 93), 174, 306, 307, 

310, 338, 368. 
Dyert>. Dupin (5 Whart. 584), 984. 
Dyerti. Hargrave (10 Ves. 506), 488. 
Dyer v. Homer (22 Pick. 263), 176. 
Dyer, In re (6 Paige, 634), 825. 
Dyer«. Jacoway (42 Ark. 186), 404. 
Dyeri;. Keeper (51 111. 525), 714. 
Dyer v. Leuch (91 Cal. 191; 27 Pac. Rep. 

598), 870. 
Dyer v. Martin (5 111. 146), 569, 574. 
Dyer v. Shurtlefl (112 Mass. 166; 17 Am. 

Rep. 77), 396, 1184,1473. 
Dyer v. Waters (46 N. J. Eq. 484; 19 Atl. 

Rep. 129), 1570, 1617. 
Dyer's Appeal (107 Pa. St. 446), 51, 65, 

178. 
Dyett v. Central Trust Co. (140 N. T. 

54; 35 N. E. Rep. 341), 915, 1215. 
Dyett v. North Am. Coal Co. (20 Wend. 

570; 7 Paige, 9; 32 Am. Dec. 598), 664. 
Dyke v. Randall (2 De G., M. & G. 409), 

100. 
Dyke's Estate, Znre(L. R. 7 Eq. 337), 

622. 
Dykes v. McVay (67 Ga. 502), 1108. 
Dyot's Estate (2 W. & S . 557) , 1692. 

E. 

Eager v. Barnes (31 Beav. 579), 1234. 
Eagle Fire Co. v. Lent (lEdw. Ch. 301; 

6 Paige, 635), 11, 12. 
Eales v. England (Pr. Ch. 200; 2 Vern. 

467), 127. 
Earnest. Mayo (6111. App. 334), 1408. 
Earnest. Sweetser (101 Mass. 78), 685. 
Earl v. Dresser (30 Ind. 11), 847. 
Earl v. Huntingdon (3 P. Wms. 309), 

1636. 
Barle v. Earle (93 N. T. 104), 878, 879, 

1236, 1746. 
Earle v. Wood (8 Cush. 437), 745. 
Earle's Trusts, In re (4 Kay & J. 673), 

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Early v. Law (42 S. Car. 330; 20 S. K. 

Rep. 136), 661, 710. 
Earnest's Appeal (106 Pa. St. 3X0), 339. 
Earp's Appeal (75 Pa. St. 119), 910, 1308. 
Easly v. Dye (14 Ala. 158), 1003, 1027, 1028- 
East v. Pugh (71 Iowa, 162), 445. 
'Eastbrooke v. Scott (3 Ves. 461) , 539. 
Easterbrook v. Tillinghast (5 Gray, 17), 

250. 
Easterly v. Keney (36 Conn. 18), 111, 

1269, 1297. 
Eastland v. Jordan (3 Bibb, 186), 1298. 
Eastham v. Eoundtree (56 Tex. 110), 

354. 
Eastman v. Plumer (46 N. H. 464), 191. 
East Norway Church v. Halvorson, (42 

Minn. 503), 797, 798. 
Easton v. Carter (5Exc. 8), 884. 
Easton v. Landor (67 L. T. 833), 1679, 

1680. 
East River Co. v. Henchman (1 Ves. Jr. 

289) , 190, 333. 
East River Town Co. v. Cothran (81 

Ga. 351), 1081. 
Eastwood, Inre (48 L. T. 395; L. R. 23 

Ch. D. 134), 995. 
Easton v. Hunt (20 Ind. 457), 1444. 
Eaton v. George (42 N. H. 375), 434,435. 
Eaton v. Nason (47 Me. 132), 706. 
Eaton v. Smith (2 Beav. 236), 867, 872, 

873, 896, 997, 1018. 
Eaton v. "Witts (L. R. 4 Eq. 151), 119. 
Eaves v. Hickson (30 Beav. 136), 1140, 

1194, 1598. 
Eberhardt v. Perolin (49 N. J. Eq. 570), 

133. 
Eberman v. Reitzal (1 W. & S. 181), 566. 
Eberstein v. Welletta (134 111. 101; 24 N. 

E. Eep. 967), 1542. 
Eberts v. Eberts (55 Pa. St. 110), 286,287. 
Ebrand». Dancer (2 Ch. Cas. 26; 1 Eq. 

Abr. 382) , 27, 174, 312, 353, 368. 
Eck v. Hatcher (58 Mo. 235), 449. 
Eckerly v. McGhee (85 Tenn. 661), 710. 
Eddy v. Baldwin (23 Mo. 588), 309, 334. 
Eddy v. Capron (4 R. I. 394), 556. 
Eddy v. Hartshorne (34 N. J. Bq. 419), 

130. 
Eddy v. Roberts (17 111. 606), 76. 
Ede v. Knowles (L. R. 29 Ch. 172), 600. 
Eden v. Foster (2 P. Wms. 326), 781, 

782. 
Edes v. Brereton (West, 348), 827. 
Edgell v. Haywood (3 Atk. 358), 1355. 
Edgeworth v. Edgeworth (16 Ir. Ch. 

348), 717. 
Edgington v. Williams (Wright, 439), 

354. 
Edlck v. Crim (10 Barb. 445), 475. 
Edminster v. Higging (6 Neb. 266), 578. 



Edmonds v. Crenshaw (Harp. Eq. 232), 

1058, 1236, 1240. 
Edmonds v. Peake (7 Beav. 239), 1006, 

1341. 
Edmondson v. Dyson (2 Kelly, 307), 96, 

107, 116. 
Edmunds' Appeal (68 Pa. St. 24), 931. 
Edward v. Blanksmlth (35 Ga. 213), 452. 
Edwards v. Binsrbam (28 W. E. 89), 104. 
Edwards v. Cheyne (L. E. 13 App. Cas. 

385), 658. 
Edwards v. Culbertson (111 N. Car. 

342; 16 S. E. Eep. 233), 541. 
Edwards v. Dewar (34 W. R. 62; 54 L. J. 

Ch. 1049), 1674. 
Edwards v. Edwards (39 Pa. St. 369), 

308, 316, 352, 362. 
Edwards v. Freeman (2 P. Wms. 435), 

1525, 1529. 
Edwards v. Grove (2 De G., F. & J. 

222), 625. 
Edwards, 7nre(L. R. 9Ch. 97), 653. 
Edwards v. Jones (1 Myl. & Cr. 226), 

151, 152. 
Edwards v. Lewis (3 Atk. 538) , 397, 399. 
Edwards v. McLeay (2 Swanst. 287), 

491. 
Edwards v. Meyrick (2 Hare, 60), 399, 

419, 421, 422. 
Edwards v. Rogers (87 Ala. 568) , 271. 
Edwards v. Trumbull (50 Pa. St. 509), 

601. 
Edwards v. Tuck (3 De G., M. & G, 40), 

1525. 
Edwards v. University (1 Dev. & Bat. 

Eq. 325), 461. 
Edwards' Appeal (47 Pa. St. 144), 304. 
Edwards v. Roberts (7 Sm. & M. 644), 

465. 
Edwards' Estate (12 Phila. 85), 860. 
Eedes v. Eedes (11 Sim. 569), 679, 862. 
Egberts. Brooks (3 Harr. 112), 1690. 
Egbert v. Butler (21 Beav. 560), 1427. 
Egerton v. Brownlow (4 H. L. Cas. 1), 

92,97, 107,810. 
Ehlen v. Ehlen (63 Md. 267), 904. 
Ehlen v. Mayor ot Baltimore (76 Md. 

676; 25 Atl. Rep. 917), 1590. 
Ehrenfeldt's Appeal (101 Pa. St. 186), 

794. 
Ehrisman v. Sener (162 Pa. St. 577), 

1301. 
Eichelberger v. Barnitz (1 Teates, 307), 

394. 
Eidsellc. Hammersley (31 Beav. 255), 

1079. 
Eidsforth v. Armstead (2 Kay & J. 333), 

1033, 1072. 
Eiglebergert). Klbler (1 Hill Ch. 113), 

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Eilenberger s. Protective Mut. Fire 

Ins. Co. (89 Pa. St. 464), 484. 
Eisenlord v. Snyder (71 N. Y. 45), 709. 
Eitelgorge v. Mutual, etc. Building 

Assn. (69 Mo. 55), 987. 
Elands. Baker (29Beav. 137), 1073. 
Eland v. Eland (1 Beav. 235; 4Myl. & 

Or. 420), 1350, 1662. 
Eland v. Medland (L. R. 41 Ch. D. 476), 

1250, 1335. 
Elbridges. McClure (2 Yerg. 84), 580. 
Elders. Jones (85 111. 354), 705. 
Eldredge v. Green (17 B. 1. 17), 1562. 
Eldredge s. [Knott (Cowp. 215), 981, 

985. 
Eldridge v. Preble (34 Me. 148), 706. 
Eldredge v. Smith (5 Shaw, 484), 396. 
Elibank s. Montolieu (5 Ves. 737; 1 
Lead. Cas. Eq. 623), 674, 678, 679, 683. 
Elkhart Co. Lodge s. Orary (98 Iud. 

238; 49 Am. Eep. 746), 558. 
Elkins v. East India Company (1 P. 

Wms. 395), 380, 387. 
Eilenberger v. Griffey (55 Ark. 268), 

1485. 
Ellerman s. Wurz (14 S. W. Eep. 333), 

1448. 
Ellicott s. Ellicott (6 Gill & J. 35), 1694. 
Ellieott v. Chamberlain (38 N. J. Eq. 

604), 426, 431, 1171. 
Ellig s. Nagle (9 Cal. 683), 1120, 1712. 
Elliott s. Armstrong (2 Blackf. 198), 

308, 355,363,978, 1638. 
Elliott v. Cordell (5 Madd. 149), 680. 
Elliotts. Elliott (2 Ch. Ca. 231), 27. 
Elliott s. Gower (12 E. I. 79), 710. 
Elliott s. Horn (10 Ala. 348) , 354. 
Elliott s. Howell (78 Va. 297), 828. 
Elliott s. Lawhead (43 Ohio St. 171), 

709. 
Elliott s. Merriman (1 Lead. Cas. Eq. 

40; 2 Atk. 41), 1650, 1652, 1658, 1663. 
Elliott v. Poole (3 Jones Eq. 17), 391. 
Elliott v. Sparrell (114 Mass. 404), 

856. 
Elliotts. Wood (53 Barb. 285), 395, 1444, 

1483, 1497. 
Ellis s. Am. Mortgage Co. (36 S. Car. 

45;15S. E. Eep. 267), 710. 
Ellis v. Boston, etc. E. E. Co. (107 

Mass. 13), 894, 909. 
Ellis v. Ellis (15 Ala. 296), 133, 135. 
Ellis v. Ellis (12 Pick. 178), 1689. 
Ellis s. Essex Merimack Bridge (2 

Pick. 243), 854. 
Ellis, Exparte (1 Atk. 101), 972. 
Ellis s. Fisher (3 Sneed, 231; 65 Am. 

Dee. 52), 922,923, 935,941. 
Ellis s. Martin (170 Pa. St. 129), 1401. 
Ellis v. Nimmo (Ellis &G. 333), 146, 148. 



Ellis s. Selby (1 Myl. & Cr. 286), 83, 241, 

253. 
Ellis s. Ward (137111. 509), 1633. 
Ellis s. Woods (9 Eich. Eq. 19) , 651, 686, 

687. 
Ellison s. Ellison (6 Ves. 656), 146, 162, 

155, 160, 1575. 
Ellison v. Elwin (13 Sim. 309), 680. 
Ellison s. Wilson (13 S. &E. 330), 260. 
Ellison's Trusts, In re (2 Jur. (N. S.) 

62), 888. 
Ellmaker s. Ellmaker (4 Watts, 89), 

100. 
Ellsworth v. Lockwood (42 N. Y. 89), 

1486, 1506. 
Elmendorf s. Lansing (4 Johns. Ch. 

562), 1236. 
Elmendorf s. Taylor (10 Wheat. 168), 

465, 1535. 
Elmes s. Sutherland (7 Ala. 262), 1318. 
Elmley s. McAulay (3 Bro. Ch. 220), 455, 

1655. 
Elmsley s. Young (2 Myl. & K. 780), 642. 
Elstner v. Fife (32 Ohio St. 358) , 878. 
Elton s.jHarrison (2 Swanst. 276m.), 1037. 
Elve v. Boyton (L. E. (1891) 1 Ch. 501), 

1209. 
Elwells. Chamberlain (31 N. Y. 619), 

476, 486. 
Elwin v. Elwin (8 Ves. 547) , 299. 
Elwood v Northrup (106 N. Y. 172), 830. 
Elworthy v. Bird (2 S. & 8. 372), 720, 722, 

723. 
Ely v. Blair (16 B. Mon. 230), 1364, 1413. 
Ely v. Cook (18 Barb. 612), 1368. 
Ely v. Stewart (2 Md. 408) , 477. 
Emerson v. Atwater (7 Mich. 12), 1171. 
Emerson s. Bingham (10 Mass. 197), 

487. 
Emerson s. Galloupe (158 Mass. 146; 32 

N. E. Eep. 1118), 64. 
Emerson s. Knower (8 Pick. 63) , 1364. 
Emerson v. Wiley (10 Pick. 310), 984. 
Emery s. Batchelder (78 Me. 233), 1201. 
Emery s. Chase (5 Me. 232), 910. 
Emery s. Grocock (6 Madd. 54), 980, 983, 

985. 
Emery s. Hill (1 Euss. 112), 811. 
Emigrant Industrial Sav. Bank s.Eoche 

(93 N. Y. 374), 1387. 
Emleys. Davidson (L. E. 19 Ch. D. 

156), 813. 
Emmert v. Hays (89 111. 11), 705. 
Emmet s. Clarke (3 Gift. 32), 900. 
Emmons s. Cairns (3 Barb. 243), 1438. 
Emmons v. Hawn (75Ind. 356) 1490. 
Emmons s. Moore (85 111. 304), 492. 
Emmons s. Van Zee (78 Mich. 171), 

1447. 
Emonds v. Termehr (60 Iowa, 92), 1628. 



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Enekinga. Simmons (28 Wis. 272), 1462, 

1490. 
England^. Downs (2 Beav. 522), 548,549. 
England v. Slade (4 T. R. 682), 980, 983, 

984. 
Englarn. Offutt (70 Md. 78; 14 Am. St. 

Eep. 332), 1625, 1626, 1630. 
Englei>. Burns (5 Coll. 470), 497. 
Englefield v. Engelfleld (2 Vern. 236), 

1529. 
English v. Miller (2 Rich. Eq. 320), 38. 
English v. Moneypenny (26 W'kly Law 

Bui. 250), 1179. 
Enloe v. Miles (12 Sm. & M. 147), 1098. 
Ennas v. Frauklin (2 Brev. 398), 967. 
Enneauu. Rieger (105 Mo. 659), 327.( 
Ennis v. Leach (1 Ired. Eq. 416), 1107. 
Ennisonv. Risque (9 Bush, 24), 575. 
Enos v. Hunter (9 111. 211), 232, 368. 
Ensleyn. Ballentine (4 Humph. 233), 

309. 
Entwistle v. Davis (L. R. 4 Eq. 272), 813. 
Enyeartw. Kepler (118 Ind. 37), 714. 
Episcopal Church v. Wiley (2 Hill Ch. 

584), 36. 
Epley v. Witherow (7 Watts, 163), 449, 

451, 460. 
Equitable Trust Co. v. Fisher (106 111. 

189), 987, 1502, 1505. 
Erickson v. Quinn (47 N. T. 410), 1540. 
Erickson v. Raferty (79 111. 209), 449. 
Erickson v. Smith (79 Iowa, 374), 575, 

587. 
Erickson^. Willard (1 N. H. 217), 124, 

130. 
Erisman v. Directors (47 Pa. St. 509), 

1008. 
Ernest v. Croysdill (2 DeG., F. & J. 175), 

204, 433,534. 
Erratu. Barlow (14 Ves. 202), 836, 837. 
Errington v. Chapman (12 Ves. 20), 836, 

839. 
Erskine's Trusts, Inre (1 Kay * J. 302), 

678. 
Ervinr. Blake (8 Pet. 18), 560. 
Ervin's Appeal (16 Pa. St. 256), 1085. 
Escheator v. Smith (4 McC. 452), 28, 931, 

1109. 
Eshelmanw. Lewis (49 Pa. St. 410), 189, 

206, 333. 
Eshelman's Appeal (74 Pa. St. 42), 1688. 
Eskridgea. McClure (2 Yerg. 84), 577. 
Espin v. Pemberton (3 De G. & J. 647), 

443. 
Espey v. Lake (10 Hare, 260) 286, 287. 
Essex County v. Durrant (14 Gray, 447), 

951, 1114. 
Estabrookw. Earle (97 Mass. 302), 707. 
Estabrook v. Scott (3 Ves. 456) , 563. 
Estate of Besley (18 Wis. 455) 857. 



Estate of Bosio (2 Ashm. 437), 1143. 
Estate of Delaney (49 Cal. 76), 616. 
Estate of Hoffen (70 Wis. 522), 751. 
Estep v. Hutchinson (14 S. & R. 435), 

1066. 
Esterbrook v. Tlllinghast (5 Gray, 171), 

748. 
Etches v. Etches (3 Drew. 441), 1638. 
Eton v. Smith (2 Beav. 236), 1005. 
Eubank v. Poston (5 Mod. 285), 570. 
Eubank v. Preston (8Mon. 292), 441. 
European Bank, In re (L. R. 5 Ch. App. 

358), 433. 
European &N. Am. Ry. Co. v. Poor (59 

Me. 277), 405. 
Eutaw Place Bapt. Church v. Shively 

(67 Md . 493 ; 1 Am . St. Rep. 412) , 753 . 
Evan v. Corp. of Avon (29 Beav. 

144), 10. 
Evangelical Association's Appeal (35 

Pa. St. 316), 749. 
Evans v. Battle (19 Ala. 378), 151. 
Evansu. Bear (L. R. 10 Ch. 76), 1236. 
Evans v. Becknell (6 Ves. 173), 472, 984, 

1116, 1427. 
Evans v. Brown (Wightw. 102), 480. 
Evans v. Carrington (2 DeG., F. & J. 

481), 494. 
Evans v. Coventry (5 De G., M. & G. 

911), 1576. 
Evans v. Davies (7 Hare, 498), 42. 
Evans v. Edmonds (13 C. B. 777), 475. 
Evans v. Ellis (5 Denio, 643) , 206, 419, 

423. 
Evans v. Enloe (70 Wis. 345), 578. 
Evans' Estate (2 Ashm. 470), 1230. 
Evans v. Evans (1 Hagg. Consistory 

Rep. 36), 718. 
Evans v. Goodlet (1 Blackf. 339; 12 Am. 

Dec. 258), 575. 
Evans v. Inglehart (6 Gill & J. 192), 

1438. 
Evans v. John (4 Beav. 35), 878, 883. 
Evans v. Knorr (1 Rawle, 66), 652. 
Evans v. Lamar (21 Ala. 333), 1376. 
Evans v. Llewellyn (1 Cox, 333; 2 Bro. 

Ch. 120), 282, 295. 
Evans v. McKee (12 Pa. St. 89; 25 Atl. 

Rep. 148), 239. 
Evans v. Massey (1 Y. & J. 196) , 1561. 
Evans v. Root (7 N. Y. 189; 57 Am. Dec. 

512) , 987. 
Evans v. Russell (31 Leg. Int. 125), 276, 

278. 
Evans v. Tweedy (1 Beav. 55), 1319, 

1320. 
Evarts v. Nason (11 Vt. 122), 1537, 1690, 

1698. 
Evelyn v. Evelyn (2 P. Wms. 669), 1324, 

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Evelyn v. Templar (2 Bro. Oh. 12), 146. 
Everdson v. Mayhew (65 Oal. 163), 184. 
Everett v. Everett (48 N. Y. 218), 372, 

373. 
Everett v. Henry (67 Tex. 402), 1185. 
Everett v. Prythergch (12 Sim. 367), 

904. 
Everett v. Jloby (104 N. Car. 479) , 662. 
Everitt v. Everitt (29 N. T. 39), 616, 618. 
Everitt v. Everitt (L. E. 10 Eq. 405), 

162,274,277,286,293. 
Everly v. Harrison (167 Pa. St. 355; 31 

Atl. Eep. 668), 429. 
Eversfleld v. Eversfield (4 Har. & J. 

12), 1716. 
Everton v. Tappen (5 Johns. Ch. 497) , 

398. 
Everts v. Agnes (4 Wis. 343), 438, 440, 

443, 594. 
Everts?;. Everts (80 Mich. 222), 943. 
Evertson v. Mile (6 Johns. 138), 475. 
Evertson v. Tappan (5 Johns. Oh. 409), 

329, 330. 
Every v. Eold (2 Oh. Rep. 1), 1628. 
Evroy v. Hicholas (2 Eq. Ca. Ab. 489), 

27. 
Ewell v. Tidwell (20 Ark. 136), 297. 
Ewer v. Corbett (2 P. Wms. 148), 455, 

1655. 
Ewing v. Buckner (76 Iowa, 467), 852. 
Ewing v. Jones (130 Ind. 247; 29 N. B. 

Eep. 1057), 149. 
Ewing v. Osbaldiston (2Myl. & Cr. 63), 

685. 
Ewing v. Shannahan (113 Mo. 188; 20 S. 

W. Eep. 1065), 164. 
Ewing v. Smith (3 Desaus. 417; 5 Am. 

Dee. 557), 11, 665. 
Ewing v. Warner (47 Minn. 446), 1750. 
Ewing v. Wilson (132 Ind. 223), 162. 
Exeter v. Odiorne (1 N. H. 232), 913, 918, 

919,940. 
Ex parte Abbott (1 Deacon, 338) , 655. 
Exparte Abbott (55 Me. 580), 865, 866, 902. 
Ex parte Alderson (1 Madd. 53), 34. 
Ex parte Alexander (2 Mont. & Ayr. 

492), 382. 
Ex parte Andrews (2 Rose, 410), 1029, 

1030, 1031, 1155, 1538. 
Ex parte Arkwrigbt (3M..D. & De G. 

129) , 600. 
Ex parte Bailey (15 R. I. 60), 1013, 1159, 

1192. 
Ex parte Barry (L. E. 17 Eq. 113), 972. 
Ex parte Belchier (Amb. 219), 1123. 
Ex parte Bennett (18 Beav. 339), 405. 
Ex parte Bennett (10 Ves. 381), 382, 383, 

3S4, 399, 426, 606. 
Ex parte Berkhampstead School (2 V. <Sfc 

B. 138), 782. 



Ex parte Blackburn (1 J. & W. 297), 

1016. 
-Ea: parte Bland (2 Rose Cas. 91), 566. 
Ex parte Bolland (L. R. 17 Eq. 115), 201, 

653. 
Ex parte Boulton (1 De G. & J. 163), 

1116. 
Ex parte Brettell (6 Ves. 576), 970. 
Ex parte Bromfluld (1 Bro. Ch. 616), 828. 
Ex parte Burke (4 Sandf. Oh. 617), b31. 
Ex parte Butler (1 Atk. 213), 972. 
Ex parte C&\meB (1 Hill Ch. 112), 1169, 

1215. 
Ex parte Carr (3 V. & B. Ill), 539. 
Ex parte Chambers (1 R. & M. 577), 837, 

1563. 
Exparte Chilton (17 Jur. 988), 30, 31, 876, 

1431. 
Exparte Chippendale (4De G., M. & G. 

19), 1032,1033, 1701. 
Exparte Conway (4 Ark. 304), 1411. 
Exparte Conybeare (1 W. R. 458), 30, 

876. 
Exparte Cooke (8 Ves. 353), 1309. 
Exparte Oooke (L. E. 4 Oh. D. 123), 204. 

329, 434,534,972, 1187. 
Ex parte Coysegame (1 Atk. 195), 680, 

976. 
Ex parte Oulley (L. E. 9 Oh. D. 307), 

1138. 
Exparte Crumb (2 Johns. Oh. 489), 825. 
Exparte Orutchrleld (3 Yerg. 336), 827. 
Ex parte Vale & Co. (L. E. 11 Ch. D. 

772), 1626. 
Exparte Daniel (14 R. I. 500), 1415, 1418. 
Exparte Deeze (1 Atk. 228), 566. 
Exparte Degge (4 Bro. Ch. 235), 830. 
Exparte Dewdney (15 Ves. 496) , 465. 
Exparte Dodd (Ph. Eq. 97), 1614. 
Exparte Dover (5 Sim. 600), 867. 
Exparte Dressier (L. R. 9 Oh. D. 252), 

1138. 
Ex parte Dumas (1 Atk. 232), 204, 972, 

976. 
Ex parte Dupont (1 Harp. Ch. 5), 28. 
Exparte Ellis (1 Atk. 101), 972. 
Ex parte Fearon (5 Ves. 633), 517. 
Ex parte Gadsden (3 Eich. 468), 923, 

1268. 
Exparte Garner (2 Ves. 671), 681. 
Exparte Gennys (1 Mont. & Mac. 258), 

29, 972, 976. 
Exparte Grace (1 Bos. & P. 376), 399. 
Ex parte Granger (2 Dea. 4 Ch. 459), 

465. 
Ex parte Graves (2 Jur. (N. S.) 651) , 1114. 
Ex parte Green (1 Jac. & W. 253), 836, 

841,932,988,1563. 
Ex parte Greenhouse (1 Madd. 92), 897, 

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Exparte Greenville Academy (7 Rich. 

470), 902, 1130. 
Exparte Griffin (2 Gill & J. 116), 1122, 

1123, 1128. 
Ex parte Gi\mstone (Amb. 706), 829. 
Exparte Haigh (11 Ves. 403) , 600. 
Exparte Hansom (12 Ves. 349), 976. 
Exparte Hardcastle (29 W. E. 615), 1174. 
Exparte Hasell (3 T. & O. 617), 461. 
Exparte Hays (3 De G. & Sm. 485), 845, 

1563. 
Exparte Herbert (13 Ves. 188), 976. 
Exparte Hill (32 L. J. Cb. 154), 412. 
Exparte Holtbausen (L. R. 9 Cb. 722), 

600. 
Exparte Hooper (1 Meriv. 7), 600. 
Exparte Houghton (17 Ves. 253), 369. 
Ex parte Hughes (6 Ves. 616), 382, 426, 

606, 899. 
Ex parte Hunt (1M. D. & De G. 139) , 600. 
Ex parte Hussey (2 Whart. 330), 902. 
Ex parte Inge (2 R. &M. 590), 785. 
Exparte James (8 Ves. 337), 334, 383, 384, 

385, 399, 423, 1163, 1178, 1180. 
Ex parte Jewett (16 Ala. 409), 829. 
Exparte Jordan (4 Del. Cb. 615), 1168, 

1742. 
Exparte Jortin (7 Ves. 340), 772. 
Exparte Kay (1 Md. 199), 654. 
Ex parte Kebble (11 Ves. 606), 836, 837, 

838, 841. 
Ex parte Kent (3 Bro. Ch. 88), 832, 841, 

1563. 
Exparte Kensington (2 V. &B. 79), 600. 
.Eic .parte Kilgore (120 Ind. 94), 1239. 
Ex parte K i Hick (3 Mont. D. & De G. 

480), 654. 
Exparte Kirby Hospital (16 Ves. 314), 

906. 
Exparte Kuntz (1 Bailey, 489), 596, 902. 
Exparte Lacey (6 Ves. 625), 332, 333, 382, 

399, 426, 899, 1180. 
Exparte Lakin (4Russ. 307), 832,841. 
Exparte Langston (17 Ves. 230), 600. 
Ex parte ~Lmd\ey (32 Ind. 36"), 747, 756. 
Ex parte Liquorish (L. R. 25 Q. B. Div. 

176), 1708. 
Expiarte Livingston (34 N. T. 55), 902. 
Exparte McBurnie (1 De G., M. & G. 

446), 99. 
Ex parte Marsh (1 Atk. 159), 99, 972. 
Exparte Moldant (3 D. & C. 351), 1632. 
Exparte Molesworth (4 Russ. 308), 832, 

84 j. 
Ex parte Morgan (10 Ves. 101), 970. 
fcporte Morgan (12 Ves. 6), 426. 
Ex parte Mountfort (15 Ves. 445), 832, 

841, 1363. 
Ex parte Myerscough (1 J. & W. 152), 

832,841, 842, 1563. 



Exparte Newhall (2 Story, 360), 14. 

Ex parte Norris (L. R. 4 Ch. App. 280), 

1587. 
Exparte Norton (8 DeG., M. &G. 2581, 

680. 
Ex parte Ogle (L. R. 8 Ch. App. 711), 

1114, 1138, 1342. 
Exparte Orde (Jacobs, 94), 845. 
Exparte Painter (2Deac. & Cb. 584), 29. 
Exparte Payne (2 Y. & C. 636) , 128. 
Exparte Phelps (9 Mod. 357), 974, 1575. 
Ex parte Phillips (2Dea. 334), 1124. 
Exparte Phillips (19 Ves. 122), 827, 828, 

830. 
Ex parte Pollard (3 Mont. & Ayr. 340), 

35. 
Exparte Potts (1 Ash. 340), 905, 1575. 
Exparte Pugb (1 Drew. 202), 678. 
Ex parte Pye (18 Ves. 140), 76, 153, 155, 

851. 
ErcpartePyke (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 469), 563, 

590. 
Exparte Ray (1 Madd. 199) , 653. 
Ex parte Rees (3 V. &B. 11), 9>2. 
Exparte Reynolds (5 Ves. 707), 384, 392, 

426, i)05, 1575. 
Ex parte Rigby (19 Ves. 463), 639, 1022, 

1122. 
Exparte Romney (L. R. 14 Eq. 230), 768. 
Exparte Rnffin (6 Ves. 119), 599. 
Exparte Salter (2 Dick. 769; 3 Bro. Cb. 

500), 832, 841, 1563. 
Ex parte Schouler (134 Mass. 426), 907, 

1004. 
Exparte Sergison (4 Ves. 149), 26, 970. 
Exparte Shank (1 Atk. 234), 566. 
Exparte Shaw (8 Sim. 159), 970. 
Exparte Smith (1 Dea. 191;M. & A. 506), 

1124. 
Exparte South (3 Swanst. 393), 34. 
Ex parte Starkie (3 Sim. 339), 832, 841, 

1563. 
Ex parte Stephens (L. R. 3 Ch. D. 807), 

1309. 
Exparte Swift (1 R. & M. 575), 836. 
Exparte Thistlewood (1 Rose, 2')0), 480. 
Exparte Thomas (Ambl. 146) , 832, 841. 
Ex parte Town (2 Mont. & Ayr. 29), 

382. 
Exparte Townsend (1 Moll. 139), 1244. 
Exparte Trenhobm (19 S. Car. 126), 237, 

308, 350. 
Exparte Truston (154 Mass. 596) , 1619. 
Ex parte Turner (9 Mod. 418) , 1652 
Exparte Turner (1 Bailey Ch. 395), 696, 

905. 
Exparte Wallop (4 Bro. Ch. 90), 511. 
Exparte Whitbread (19 Ves. 209), 600. 
Exparte Whitehead (L. R. 14 Q. B. Div. 

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Ex parte Whitfield (2 Atk. 315), 832, 841, 

1563. 
Ex parte Wiggins (1 Hill (S. Car.) Eq. 

354), 383, 390, 394. 
Ex parte Williams (18 S. Oar. 299), 1627. 
Ex parte Wilkinson (3 Mont. & Ayr. 

145), 857. 
Ex parte Wrangham (2 Ves. Jr. 609), 

785. 
Ex parte Wright (19 Ves. 255), 600. 
Ex parteYovng (SGill, 287), 1689. 
Exton v. Scott (6 Sim. 3 ), 76. 
Eykyn's Trusts, Inre(L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

118), 339. 
Eyre v. Dolphin (2 Ball & B. 290), 399, 

1164. 
Eyreti. Fitton (1 Sugd. Pow. 155), 1009. 
Eyre v. Maraden (2 Keen, 564). 1525. 
Eyre v. Shaftesbury (2 P. Wms. 119), 

744, 827, 927, 928. 
Eyrieh v. Capital State Bank (67 Miss. 

60), 1634. 
Eyrick v. Hetrick (13 Pa. St. 494), 29, 50, 

88, 878, 879, 921, 1268, 1295. 
Eyster's Appeal (16 Pa. St. 372), 1210. 
Eystrau. Capelle (61 Mo. 578), 708. 
Eytonw. Eyton (IBro. P. C. 153), 559. 
Ezzelli>. Watson (83 Ala. 120), 1490. 

F. 

Fabertf. Police (10 S. Oar. 376), 912. 
Faekleru. Ford (24 How. 322), 195. 
Faddist'. Woollomes (10 Kan. 56), 706. 
Fadnessf. Brandenborg (73 Wis. 257), 

751, 789, 796. 
Fagg's Case (1 Vern. 62), 327. 
Fahnestock's Appeal (104 Pa. St. 46), 

1134, 1210, 1212,1694. 
Fairbanks v. Lamson (99 Mass. 533), 731, 

748. 
Fairchildii. Edson (77 Hun, 298; 28 N. 

T. Supl. 401), 815. 
Fairer i'. Park (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 309), 1528. 
Fairfax v. Hunter (7 Crunch, 603), 967. 
Fairfield v. Lamson (50 Conn. 601; 47 

Am. Eep. 669), 747. 
Fairfax v. Hopkins (2 Cranch, 0. C. 

134), 1093, 1095, 1488. 
Fairhurst v. Lewis (23 Ark. 435), 368. 
Fairman v. Bovin (29 III. 75), 386, 1121. 
Fairmanj;. Green (10 Ves. 45), 634, 837, 

83S, 841, 1563. 
Falk». Turner (101 Mass. 494), 154, 160, 

218, 426, 431. 
Falkner «. Davis (18Gratt. 651), 1106. 
Falkner v. Equitable Soc. (4 Drew. 

352), 1100. 
Falkner v. Wynford (9 Jur. 1006), 624. 
Fallv. Simmons 6 Ga. 274), 1692. 



Fallen, In re (1 McOart. 147) , 26. 
Fallis v. Keys (35 Ohio St. 265), 709. 
Fallon v. McAlonem (15 E. I. 223), 710. 
Fallon v. Worthington (13 Colo. 559; 

16 Am. St. Rep. 231), 574. 
Fambro v. Gantt (12 Ala. 305), 456, 1656. 
Fane v . Fane (1 Vern . 30) , 144 . 
Fanning v Kerr (7 Iowa, 450), 1443, 1515. 
Fargason v. Edgington (49 Ark. 207), 

445. 
Farls v. Dunn (7 Bush, 276), 355. 
Farley v. Briant (32 Me. 475), 506. 
Farley v. Eller (29Ind. 322), 1444. 
Farley v. Skipper (Whythe, 135) , 36, 43, 

216. 
Farmer v. Arundel (2 Black, 824) , 529. 
Farmer v. Farmer (39 N. J. Eq. 211), 

285,287,709. 
Farmers' Nat. Bank v. King (57 Pa. St. 

202), 1604. 
Farmers' Bank v. Beaston (7 Gill & J. 

421 ; 28 Am. Dec. 226), 950, 1139. 
Farmers' Bank v. Payne (25 Conn. 444), 

444. 
Farmers' Loan Co. v. Maltby (8 Paige, 

563), 443. 
Farmers' L. & T. Co. v. Chk;. & A. Ey. 

Co. (27 Fed. Eep. 146), 14. 
Farmers' Loan, etc. Co. v. San Diego 

Street-Car Co. (45 Fed. Rep. 518), 

411. 
Farmers' & Mechanics' Bank v. Brewer 

(27 Conn. 600), 1641. 
Farmers* & Merchants' Bank v. Downey 

(53Cal. 466), 411. 
Farmers' Nat. Bk. v. Moran (30 Minn. 

167), 923, 1268. 
Farmers' & T. Bank v. Kimball Milling 

Co. (IS. Dak. 237; 47 N. W. Rep. 

404), 21,5, 4C6, 1629. 
Farmers' & Traders' Bank v. Martin 

(33 S. W. Eep. 565), 1398. 
Farnam v. Brooks (9 Pick. 220), 291, 383, 

427, 1178, 1534, 1537. 
Farnham v. Clements (51 Me. 426), 7, 

500, 503, 520, 525. 
Famsworth v. Childs (4 Mass. 637), 453, 

478. 
Farquharson v. McDonald (2 Heisk. 

404), 1385. 
Farquharaonj). Nugent (6 Dem. 296), 

1687. 
Farm. Gilreath (23 S. Car. 502), 101. 
Farr v. Newman (4 T. E. 629), 972. 
Farm. Sherman (11 Mich. 93), 707. 
Farran v. Beshour (9 Colo. 291), 705. 
Farrance v. Viley (9 Eng. L. & Eq. 219) , 

832. 
Farrant v. Blanchard (1 De G., J. & S. 

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Farrar v. Parrar (L. R. 40 Ch. D. 395), 

1491. 
Farrar v. Payne (73 III. 82), 1628. 
Farrar v. Winterton (5 Beav. 1), 303. 
Farrarsw. Cheney (2 Vern. 384), 436. 
Farr<?lly v. Ladd (10 Allen, 127), 162, 980. 
Farrell v. Lloyd (69 Pa. St. 239), 334, 359, 

374. 
Farringer v. Ramsey (2 Md. 365), 308. 
Farrington v. Barr (36 N. H. 86), 232,264. 
Farritigton v. Duval (108 S. Car. 944), 

309. 
Farrington v. Knightly (1 P. Wms. 544), 

215, 260. 
Farris v. Farris (29 S. W. Rep. 618), 313. 
Farrows. Commonwealth Ins. Co. (18 

Pick. 53), 1030. 
Farthing v. Shields (106 N". Car. 295), 709. 
Farwcll v. Cramer (38 Neb. 61; 66 N. W. 

Rep. 71B) , 660. 
Fast v MtPherson (98 111. 496), 1180. 
Fatherlee v. Fletcher (31 Miss. 265), 

339. 
Fatjo v. Swasey (111 Cal. 628; 44 Pac. 

Rep. 225), 905. 
Faucetti'. Currier (109 Mass. 79), 707. 
Faulkner v. Daniel (3 Hare, 21"), 979. 
Faulkner j). Davis (18 Gratt. 651), 626, 

1573. 
Faulkner v. Nat'l Sailors' Home (155 

Mass. 458; 29 N. E. Rep. 645), 748. 
Fauroteu. Carr(108Ind. 123), 14. 
Fausler v. Jones (7Ind. 277), 1559. 
Fausett v. Carpenter (2 Dow. &C1.232), 

976. 
Fawcett v. Fawcett (1 Bush , 511), 390. 
Fawcett v. Whitebouse (1 Russ. & Myl. 

132), 194. 
Faxon v. Durant (9 Mete. 339), 1385. 
Fay v. Bradley (1 Pick. 194), li 20. 
Fay v. Davis (113 Mass. 255), 721. 
Fay v. Fay (1 Cush. 93), 111,928,940. 
Fay v. Fay (29 Atl. Rep. 356), 208. 
Fay v. Fay (2 Hayw. 131) , 47. 
Fay i'. Fay (50 N. J. Eq. 260; 24 Atl. 

Rep. 1036), 327. 
Fay v. Grant (53 Hun, 44) , 1365. 
Fay v. Haven (3 Met. 109), 1743. 
Fay v. Taft (12 Cush. 448), 178. 
Feamster v. Feamster (35 W. Va. 1; 13 

S. E. Rep. 53), 891. 
Fearns v. Young (10 Ves. 184), 330, 1058, 

1167. 
Fearon v. Aylesford (L. R. 14 Q. B. 

Div. 792), 720, 721, 725. 
Fearon, Ex parte (5 Ves. 633), 517. 
Fears v. Brooks (12 Ga. 200), 11, 651, 655, 

664, 667, 668,688, 1274. 
Featherston v. Richardson (63Ga.501), 

1569. 



Featherstonea. West (6 Ir. Rep. Eq. 

86) , 1688. 
Featherstonehaugh v. Fenwick (17 

Ves. 298), 194, 196, 398, 399. 
Feeney v. Howard (79 Cal. 625; 12 Am. 

St. Rep. 162), 218, 603. 
Feistal v. King's College, (10 Beav. 

491), 38. 
Feizel v. First German Soc. (9 Kan. 

592), 789, 9s7, 1119. 
Felch v. Hooper (119 Mans. 52), 198. 
Feigner v. Hooper (80 Md. 262; 30 Atl. 

Rep. 911), 1268. 
Felkner v. Tighe (39 Ark. 357), 586. 
Felix v. Patrick (145 U. S. 317), 1736. 
Fell v. Brown (2 Bro. Ch. 276), 36. 
Fellowes v. Gwydyr (1 Sim. 63; 1 Russ. 

&M. 82), 528. 
Fellows v. Heermans (4 Lans.238), 618. 
Fellows v. Mines (119 Mass. 541), 735, 

748. 
Fellows v. Mitchell (IP. Wms. 83), 1122, 

1127, 1175, 1234, 1591. 
Fellows v. Tann (9 Ala. 999) , 651, 667, 668, 

1274. 
Felthainv. Clark (1 De G. & Sm. 307), 

1116. 
Feltham v. Turner (23 L. T. 345), 1219. 
Fulton v. Le Breton (92 Cal. 457; 28 Pac. 

Rep. 4U0),504. 
FeltonK. Smith (84 Ind. 485), 230. 
Fennern. Taylor (2 R. & M. 190), 681, 

684. 
Fenwick v. Green well (10 Beav. 412), 

623. 
Fenwickii. Potts (8 De G., M. & G. 

506) , 924. 
Ferebeew. Proctor (2 Dev. & Bat. 432; 

llrert. Eq. 143), 1066. 
Fergus v. Wilmarth (17 111. App. 98), 

1115. 
Fergusons. Bell (17 Mo. 347), 1024. 
Ferguson v. Epes (77 Va. 4BI), 1215. 
Fergusons. Franklin (6 Murf . 305), 28, 

1109. 
Ferguson v. Livingstone (9 Ir. Eq.202), 

1536. 
Fergusons. Reed (45 Tex. 574), 711. 
Ferguson v. Soden (111 Mo. 208; 19 S. W. 

Rep. 727), 708. 
Ferguson v. Tadman (1 Sim. 530), 199. 
Fergusons. Williamson (20 Ark. 272), 

525. 
Fernstler». Seibert (114 Pa. St. 196), 

794. 
Ferrariaa. Vasconvellos (31111. 46), 789, 

796, 797. 
Ferras v. Charry (2 Vern. 384), 432, 446. 
Ferrleri). Ferrier (II Ir. Rep. 66), 1664. 
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Ferris v. Van Vechten (73 N. Y. 113), 

532, 1635. 
Ferry v. Liable (31 N. J. Eq. 566), 53, 59, 

1009, 1031, 1073. 
FersontJ. Sanger (1 Woodb. & M. 147), 

484. 
Fesmire's Estate (134 Pa. St. 676; 19 

Am. St. Eep. 676), 1127, 1134, 1234, 

1237. 
Festing v. Allen (12 Mees. & W. 279), 

929. 
Festorazzi v. St. Joseph's Church (104 

Ala. 327; 18 So. Eep. 394), 807. 
Fettiplace v. Gorges (1 Ves. Jr., 46; 3 

Bro. Ch. 8), 661. 
Fickett v. Cohn (1 ST. T. Supl. 436), 1563. 
Fidelity Insurance Co.'s Appeal (115 

Pa. St. 157), 1542. 
Fidler v. Higglns (21 N. J. Eq. 138), 

828. 
Fiedler v. Day (2 Sandf. 594), 1389. 
Field v. Arrowsmith (3 Humph. 442; 39 

Am. Dec. 185), 88, 393, 696, 880, 897, 

900. 
Fields). Colton (7 Brad. 379), 1215. 
Field v. Donoughmore (1 Dr. & War. 

227), 1329,1330,1370. 
Field v. DrewTheological Sem. (41 Fed. 

Eep. 371), 731,750. 
Field v. Evans (15 Sim. 372), 667. 
Field v. Field (9 Wend. 401), 789, 796. 
Field v. Hopkins (L. E. 44 Ch. D. 524), 

1708. 
Field v. Lonsdale (13Beav. 78), 352. 
Field v. Mayor (2 Seld. 179; 67 Am. Dec. 

435), 34. 
Field v. Moore (7 De G., M. & G. 691; 35 

Eng. L. & Eq. 498), 12, 13. 
Field v. Pickett (29 Beav. 568), 1355. 
Field v. Eidgley (116 111. 424), 1408. 
Field v. Romero (41 Pac. Eep. 517), 1388. 
Field v. Sehieflelin (7 Johns. Ch. 160; 

11 Am. Dec. 441), 440, 455, 1627, 1650, 

1655, 1657, 1658. 
Field v. Soule (4 Buss. 112), 645, 693, 697. 
Field v. Wilbur (49 Vt. 157), 1025. 
Fielden v. Ashworthy (L. E. 20 Eq. 

410), 632. 
Fielding v. Winwood (16 Ves. 90), 622. 
Fillers. Tyler (91 Va. 458; 22 S. E. Eep. 

236), 711. 
Finch v. Finch (15 Ves. 43), 174, 307, 

339. 
Finch v. Finch (10 Ohio St. 501), 100. 
Finch v. Hollingsworth (21 Beav. 112), 

627, 631, 633. 
Finch, In re (Clarke, 538), 828. 
Finch, Inre (L. E. 23 Ch. D. 657), 712. 
Finch v. Marks (76 Va. 207), 711. 
Finch v. Eagland (2 Dev. Eq. 137), 1696. 



Finch j). Shaw (19 Beav. 500; 5 H. L. 

Cas. 9ii5), 443. 
Finch v. Wluchelsea (1 P. Wins. 277), 

151. 
Finch's Case (4 Inst. 86), 71, 72, 977. 
Finch's Estate, In re (26 Pitts. Leg. J. 

142), 864. 
Finden v. Stephens (2 Ph. 142), 125, 136. 
Pindlay v. Eiddle (3 Binn. 162), 93, 116. 
Findlay v. Trigg (83 Va. 539), 857. 
Findley v. Wilson (3 Litt. 390), 1121, 

1257. 
Findley v. Findley (11 Gratt. 434), 100. 
Fink v. Fink (12 La. Ann. 301), 753. 
Finlay v. Merriman (39 Tex. 56) , 1198. 
Finlaysonw. Finlayson (17 Ore. 347; 11 

Am. St. Eep. 836), 1728. 
Finley v. Brent (87 Va. 103), 789, 793. 
Finley a. Dickerson (29 111. 9), 1368. 
Finley v. Hunter (2 Strob. Eq. 218), 810. 
Finnr. Hohn (21 How. 481), 949. 
Finnell v. Higgenbotham (29S. W. Eep. 

362), 1607. 
Finney v. Cochran (1 Watts & S. 118), 

1537. 
Finney v. Fairhaven Ins. Co. (5 Met. 

192), 1022, 1030. 
Fireman's Ins. Co. v. Bay (4 Barb. 407), 

651, 686. 
Firestone v. Firestone (49 Ala. 128), 

193. 
Firmin v. Pulham (2 De G. & S. 99), 1680. 
First Bapt. Soc. v. Hazen (100 Mass. 

322), 910. 
First Cong. Soc. v. Atwater (23 Conn. 

34), 19, 21. 
First Congregational Soc. v. Trustee 

(23 Pick. 148), 1722. 
First Con. Presbyterian Church v. Con- 
gregational Soc. (23 Iowa, 667), 789, 

796. 
First Mass. Turnpike Co. v. Field (3 

Mass. 201), 470. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Bache (71 Pa. St. 

213), 605,1627. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Caldwell (4 Dill. 

304), 602. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Campbell (2 Colo. 

Ct. App. 271 ; 30 Pac. Eep. 357) , 332. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Hackett (61 Wis. 

335), 1414. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Haire (36 Iowa, 443), 

706. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Hummel (14 Colo. 

259 ; 20 Am . St. Rep . 257) , 1625. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Michigan Trust Co. 

(63 N. W. Eep. 64), 1033. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Mt. Tabor Town- 
ship (52 Vt. 87; 36 Am. Eep. 734), 

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First Nat'l Bank v. Ocean Nat'l Bank 

(60 N. Y. 278), 1134. 
First Nat'l Bank v. Salem, etc. Mills 

Co. (39 Fed. Rep. 8), 577. 
First Nat'l Fire Ins. Co. v. Salisbury 

(130 Mass. 310), 1121. 
First Parish, etc. v. Cole (3 Pick. 232), 

19. 
First Presby. Soc. v. Bowen (21 Hun, 

389), 125. 
Fish v. Howland (1 Paige, 208), 241, 579. 
Fish, In re (L. B. (1893) 2 Ch. 413), 1190. 
Fish v. Miller (Hot. Ch. 267), 286. 
Fishw. Wilson (15 Tex. 430), 1537. 
Fishback v. Green (87 Ky. 107), 500, 518, 

520. 
Fishback v. Gross (112 111. 205), 170, 497, 

500, 518, 1158. 
Fishburnei). Smith (34 S. Car. 336 ; 13 S. 

E. Rep. 626), 1494. 
Fishery. Appollinaris Co. (L. R. 10 Ch. 

App. 297), 720. 
Fisher v. Boody (1 Curtis, 206), 485. 
Fishers. Budlong (10 R. I. 625), 489. 
Fishery. Fields (10 Johns. 196), 460, 918, 

922,937, 941,942,1267. 
Fisher v. Forbes (22 Mich. 454), 263, 374. 
Fisher v. Hall (41 N. Y. 416), 159. 
Fisher v. Johnson (5 Ind. 492), 589. 
Fisher i>. Knox (13 Pa. St. 622; 53 Am. 

Dec. 503), 957, 1117. 
Fisher v. Moolicb (13 Wis. 321), 201. 
Fisher v. Murray (1 E. D. Smith, 341), 

1415. 
Fisher v. Schlosser (41 Ohio St. 147), 

553. 
Fishers. Shropshire (147 U. S. 133), 575. 
Fisher v. Taylor (2 Rawle, 33), 228, 921, 

1288, 1295. 
Fisher v. Tucker (1 McCord Ch. 169), 

461. 
Fishers. Wlster (154 Pa. St. 65; 25 Atl. 

Rep. 1015), 1267, 1622. 
Fishers. Worth (lBusb. Bq. 63), 1331. 
Fisher's Will, In re (1 W. R. 505), 90S. 
Fisk v. Attorney-General (L. R. 4 Eq. 

521), 735, 764, 765. 
Fisk v. Brunette (30 Wis. 102), 1159. 
Fisk v. Mills (104 Mich. 433; 62 N. W. 

Rep. 559), 707. 
Fisk v. Patton (7 Utah, 399; 27 Pac. Rep. 

1) , 406. 
Fisk v. Potter (2 Keyes, 64) , 241, 572, 593. 
Fisk v. Sarber (6 Watts & S. 18), 397,403, 

427. 
Fisk!). StubbS (30 Ala. 335), 904,1575. 
Fitch v. Ayer (2 Conn. 143), 655. 
Fitch v. Cornell (1 Sawy. 156), 606. 
Fitch, Inre (3Redf. 457), 847. 
Fitch v. Weber (6 Hare, 146), 262. 



Fitch v. Weatherbee (110 111. 475), 1440. 
Fitch v. Workman (9 Mete. 617), 1402, 

1405. 
Fite v. Beasley (12 Lea, 328), 750, 755. 
Fitzell i>. Leaky (72 Cal. 477), 574. 
FItzer!). Fitzer (2 Atk. 611), 722. 
Fitzgerald v Forristal (48 111. 228), 176. 
Fitzgerald, In re (L. R. 37 Ch. D. 18), 

1317. 
Fitzgerald v. Jones (1 Munf . 150), 1690. 
Fitzgerald v. Pringle (2 MoU. 634), 1204. 
Fitzgerald!). Topping (48 N. Y. 438), 

1105. 
Fitzgerald v. Vestal (4 Tweed. 258), 34. 
Fitzgerald v. Wynne (lApp. D. C. 107), 

1225. 
Fitzgibbon i>. Scanlon (1 Dow. 261), 397. 
Fitzpatrick v. Fitzgerald (13 Gray, 400), 

949. 
Fitzpatrick v. Flanagan (106 U. S. 655), 

600. 
Fitzpatrick v. Waring (L. R. 11 Ir. R. 

35) , 1003, 1027. 
Fitzpatrick's Appeal (49 Pa. St. 241), 

185. 
Fitzroy v. Howard (3 Russ. 225), 1159. 
Fitzsimmons v. Joslin (21 Vt. 129; 52 

Am. Dec. 46), 476, 484, 492, 494. 
Fitzsimmons v. Ogden (7 Cranch,2), 

435. 
Flack v. Hohne (1 J. & W. 416), 842. 
Fladong v. Winter (19 Ves. 200), 981. 
Flagg!>. Ely (1 Edw. Ch. 206), 1210. 
Flagg D.Mann (2 Sumn. 487), 194, 197, 

328,443,1442,1582. 
Flagler v. Schoeflell (40 Hun, 178), 1362. 
Flamank, In re (L. R. 40 Ch. D. 461), 

658. 
Flanders v. Clark (1 Ves. 9), 108, 625. 
Flanders v. Thompson (3 Woods C. C. 

9), 532. 
Flann v. Wallace (103 N. Car. 296) , 709. 
Flannagan v. Nolan (1 Moll. 86), 1679. 
Flarty v. Odium (3 T. R. 681), 38. 
Fleeming v. Howden (L. R. 1 H. L. Sc. 

372), 976. 
Fleet v. Dorland (11 How. Pr. 489), 1434. 
Fleetwood, In re (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 594), 

510, 513. 
Fleming v. Culbert (46 Pa. St. 498), 1535, 

1537. 
Flemings. Donohoe (5 Ohio, 255), 46, 

366. 
Flemings. Faron (12 Ga. 544), 401, 403. 
Fleming v. Gilmer (35 Ala. 62), 1536. 
Fleming v. Holt (12 W. Va. 143) 1501. 
Fleming v. Wilson (6 Bush, 610) 1690. 
Fletcher t>. Ashburner (1 Bro. Ch. 501), 

238, 257, 299. 
Fletcher v. Fletcher (4 Hare, 67) 76, 152. 



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Fletchers. Green, (33 Beav. 426), 1130, 

1223, 1232, 1S88, 1592. 
Fletcher v. Peck (6 Cranch, 133), 435, 

445. 
Fletcher v. Morey (2 Story, 555), 1408. 
Fletchers. Walker (3 Mad. 73), 1205, 

1254. 
Flinn v. Barber (61 Ala. 530), 574. 
Fllnn v. Barber (64 Ala. 193), 586. 
Flinn v. Davis (18 Ala. 132), 108. 
Flint v. Bell (27 Hun, 155), 1406. 
Flint v. Clinton Co. (12 N. H. 430), 50, 

878,879, 880, 884, 1411. 
Flint v. Hughes (6 Beav. 342), 125. 
Flint v. Selden (13 Mass. 448), 264. 
Flint v. Warren (16 Sim. 124), 262. 
Flint, etc. Co. v. Auditor-General (41 

Mich. 635), 1440. 
Flint, etc. E. Co. v. Dewey (14 Mich. 

477), 405. 
Flitcroff s Case (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 519, 

597. 
Flournoy v. Johnson (7B. Mon. 683), 

1298. 
Flower i>. Bolingbroke (1 Str. 639), 981, 

985. 
Flower v. Elwood (66 111. 438), 1456. 
Flower v. Metropolitan Board (L. B. 

27 Ch. D. 592), 1124. 
Floyd ii. Barker (1 Paige, 480), 255. 
Floyd v. Buckland (2 Freem. C. C. 268) , 

219. 
Floyd v. Davis (98 Cal. 591; 33 Pac. Rep. 

746), 1673, 1681, 1702. 
Floyd v. Gilham (6 Jones Eq. 183), 

856. 
Floyd v. Johnson (2 Litt. 109; 13 Am. 

Dec. 255), 987,1055. 
Floyd v. Smith (9 Ohio St. 134), 1369. 
Floyer v. Banks (L. E. 8 Eq. 115) , 608. 
Floyer i;. Sberrard (Amb. 18), 480. 
Flukeu. Fluke (16N. J. Eq. 478), 1036, 

1074,1569,1623. 
Flynn v. Messenger (28 Minn. 208; 41 

Am. Eep. 279), 707. 
Flyntu. Hubbard (57 Miss. 471), 350. 
Fogarty v. Sawyer (23 Cal. 570), 1453. 
Fogartyj;. Sawyer (17 Cal. 589), 1442, 

1444, 1515. 
Fogg v. Middleton (Eiley Ch. 193), 

152. 
Foley v. Brownell (IBro. Ch. 274), 114, 

1291. 
Foley v. Hill (2 H. L. Cas. 28), 1724. 
Foley v. Parry (2 Myl. & K. 138), 128, 129, 

996. 
Foley v. Wontner (2 J. & W. 245), 801, 

909. 
Folgerw. Peterkin (39 La. Ann. 815), 
668. 



Foljambev. Willoughby (2S. &. S. 165), 

1529. 
Follansbe v. Kilbreth (17 111. 522; 65 

Am. Dec. 691), 189, 333, 414, 1594. 
Follettv. Tyrer (14 Sim. 125), 672, 965, 

1277. 
Folsom v. Haas (9 Ohio Cir. Ct. Eep. 

473), 816. 
Fonda u.Jones (42 Miss. 792), 569. 
Fontaine v. Thompson (80 Va. 229), S7. 
Fontaine v. Pellet (1 Ves. Jr. 337), 1025, 

1154. 
Fontaine v. Ravenel (17 How. 379), 743, 

745, 747,770,777,778,812. 
Foo9e v. Whitmore;(82 N. Y. 405; 37 Am- 

Eep. 572), 137. 
Foote v. Bruggerhoff (66 Hun, 406), 1687. 
Foote v. Bryant (47 N. T. 544), 232, 269, 

270, 321, 355. 
Foote v. Colvin (3 Johns. 216), 174, 307, 

532. 
Foote v. Foote (58 Barb. 258), 220. 
Forbes v. Ball (3Meriv. 436), 128, 632. 
Forbes v. Eden (L. E. 1 H. L. Do. App. 

668), 797. 
Forbes v. Halsey (26 N. T. 53), 390, 391, 

400. 
Forsteru. Hoggart (15 Q. B. 155), 1442. 
Forbes v. Hume (72 L. T. 66), 1685. 
Forbes v. Lathrop (137 Mass. 525), 156. 
Forbes v. Moffatt (18 Ves. 390), 978. 
Forbes v. Peacock (11 Sim. 152), 1037, 

1066,1350, 1646, 1662. 
Forbes v. Ross (2 Bro. Ch. 430; 2 Cox, 

113), 329, 330, 3S7, 1203, 1204, 1255. 
Forbes v. Scammell (13 Cal. 242), 1363, 

1376, 1417. 
Forcey's Appeal (106 Pa. St. 508), 111. 
Ford v. Belmont (7 Eob. 97), 1067. 
Ford v. Dangerfield (8 Rich. Eq. 95), 

256. 
Ford v. Ford (80 Mich. 42) , 1521. 
Ford, In re (32 Beav. 621), 678. 
Ford D.Lewis (10B. Mon. 127), 255. 
Ford v. Peering (1 Ves. Jr. 76), 1427. 
Ford v. Smith (1 McAr. 692), 574. 
Ford v. Tynte (2 H. & M. 324) 1529. 
Forden v. Finney (4 Euss. 428), 685. 
Fordyce v. Bridges (2 Phill. Ch. 497), 

167, 614, 620. 
Fordyce v. Willis (3 Bro. Ch. 687), 72. 
Fordham v. Speight (23 W. E. 7c2), 130. 
Forests. Bacon (2 Conn. 633), 1318. 
Forkerc Brown (30 N. Y. Supl. 827), 

411. 
Forman v. Marsh (11 N. Y. 544), 828, 830. 
Forney's Estate, In re (161 Pa. St. 209; 

28 Atl. Eep. 1086; 34 W. N. C. 301), 

1279. 
Forrest v Elwes (4 Ves. 497), 380, 1218. 



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Forrest v. Forrest (13 W. E. 3S0), 352. 
Forrester v. Moore (68 Hun, 526), 307. 
Forresters. Moore (77 Mo. 651), 307, 

1509. 
Forrester v. Seoville (51 Mo. 263), 1509. 
Forscht's Estate (2 Pa. Dist. Rep. 294), 

136. 
Forshaw v. Higginson (3 Jur. (N. S.) 

476; 8 DeG.,M. &G. 827), 890, 991, 

992, 993, 1047, 1101, 1336. 
Forshaw v. Welsby (30 Beav. 243), 162, 

163, 274, 295. 
Forster v. Abraham (L. E. 17 Eq. 351), 

1431. 
Forster v. Blackstone (1 Myl. & K. 297), 

1116. 
Forsterc. Cockerell (9 Bligh, 332; 3 01. 

& F. 456), 1116. 
Forster v. Hale (3 Ves. 696), 48, 60. 
Forsyth v. Eathbone (34Barb. 408), 944. 
Forsythe v. Clarke (3 Wend. 637), 185, 

307, 369, 370. 
Fort v. Delafleld (3 Edw. 31), 877. 
Fortescue v. Barnett (3 Myl. & K. 36), 

153, 604, 1117. 
Fortescuev. Gregor (5 Ves. 553), 622 
Fortescue v . Lyon (55 Ala. 440), 1033. 
Forth v. Norfolk (4 Madd. 503), 1268. 
Forward v. Armstead (12 Ala. 124), 

151. 
Foss v. Foss (15 Ir. Ch. 215), 717. 
Foss v. Harbottle (3 Hare, 401), 409. 
Foscue v. Foscue (2 Ired. Eg. 321), 1537. 
Foscue ». Lyon (65 Ala. 440), 1120, 1138, 

1214, 1215. 
Fosdick v. Delafield (2 Redf . 392), 862. 
Fosdlck v. Fosdick (15 E. I. 130), 721. 
Fosdick v. Town of Hempstead (125 N. 

T. 581; 21 Am. St. Rep. 753), 750, 752. 
Foss v. Crisp (20 Pick. 121), 28. 
Foster v. Abraham (L. E. 17 Eq. 351), 

30. 
Foster v. Ambler (24 Fla. 519; 6 So. 

Eep. 263), 435, 1628. 
Foster v. Boston (133 Mass. 143), 1458, 

1459. 
Foster j>. Craig (2 Dev. &Bat. Eq. 209), 

1036. 
Foster *>. Crenshaw (3 Munf. 514), 1322. 
Foster d. Davis (46 Mo. 268), 1140. 
Foster v, Dawber (1 Dr. & S. 172), 892. 
Foster v. Dawber (8 VV. E. 646) , 888. 
Foster v. Deacon (3 Madd. 394), 199. 
Fosters. Denison (90hio, 124), 911. 
Fosters. Dey (27 N. J. Eq. 599), 1657. 
Foster v. Elsley (30 W. E. 596), 1058. 
Fosters Foster (2Bro. Ch. 616), 387. 
Foster v. Foster (133 Mass. 179), 156, 

1271, 1282, 1637. 
Foster v. Goree (4 Ala. 440), 909. 



Foster v. Hale (3 Ves. 707; 5 Ves. 315), 

47. 
Foster v. Hodgson (19 Ves. 180), 1536. 
Foster, In re (15 Hun, 387), 1210. 
Fosters. Lowell (4 Mass. 308), 1362. 
Fosters. Marriott (Amb. 668), 399. 
Foster v. Mix (20 Conn. 395), 957, 1117. 
Foster v. Mullanphy, etc. Co. (92 Mo. 

79), 1719. 
Foster v. Munt (1 Vern. 473), 244. 
Foster v. Sinkler (4 Mass. 460) . 1117. 
Foster v. Trustees (3 Ala. 302), 309, 369. 
Foster v. V. S. Ins. Co. (11 Pick. 85), 

1022. 
Foster v. Wilber (1 Paige, 537), 860. 
Foster v. Young (35 Iowa, 27), 1242. 
Foster's Will, In re (15 Hun, 387), 902, 

1102. 
Fothergill v. Fotherglll (Freem. 256), 

146. 
Foueh v. Wilson (60 Ind. 64; 28 Am. 

Eep. 651), 675. 
Fouche v. Brower (74 Ga. 251), 1411. 
Founereau v. Poyntz (IBro. Ch. 474). 

247. 
Fountain v. Anderson (33 Ga. 337), 1649. 
Fountains. Pellet (1 Ves. Jr. 337), 1436. 
Fourdrin v. Gowdy (3 Myl. & K. 383), 

41,42,967. 
Fowey's Charities, In re (4 Beav. 225), 

906. 
Fowbes v. Pascoe (L. E. 10 Ch. App. 

343), 343. 
Fowle v. Merrill (10 Allen, 350), 395. 
Fowleu. Toney (13 Mass. 90), 707. 
Fowler v. Bowery Sav. Bank (113 K. 

Y. 450), 1584. 
Fowler v. Colt (25 N. J. Eq. 202), 1201. 
Fowler v. Fowler (33 Beav. 616), 755. 
Fowler j). Fowler (3 P. Wms. 355), 717. 
Fowler v. Garlike (IE. &M. 232), 53, 83, 

253. 
Fowler v. Hunter (3 Y. & J. 506) , 1000. 
Fowler, In re (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 723), 1153, 

1154. 
Fowler, In re (2 Buss. 449), 904. 
Fowler v. Insurance Co. (20 Hun, 195), 

1031. 
Fowler v. Jacob (62 Md. 326) , 707. 
Fowler v. Jones (1 Ch. Cas. 262), 928. 
Fowler v. Lewis (36 W. Va. 112; 14 S. 

E. Eep 447), 1500, 1608. 
Fowler v. Reynal (3 Macn. & G. 500), 

1102, 1217, 1218. 
Fowler v. Rust (2 A. K. Marsh. 294), 

575. 
Fowler v. True (76 Me. 43) , 1630. 
Fowler's Appeal (125 Pa. St. 388; 17 Atl. 

Rep. 431), 1558. 
Foxj). Buckley (L. R. 3C11.D.511), 1427. 



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Fox v. Cook (11 Pa. St. 211), 1537. 

Fox v. Fox (27 Beav. 301), 62. 

Fox v. Gibbs (86 Me. 87; 29 Atl. Rep. 

940), 748. 
Fox v. Heath (16 Abb. Pr. 163) , 1404. 
Fox v. Kerper (51 Ind. 148), 1663. 
Fox v. Lowndes (L. E. 19 Eq. 453), 813. 
Fox v, Hackreth (2 Bro. Ch. 400; 1 Cox, 

310; 1 Lead. Cas. Eq. 92), 203, 384, 

399, 413, 486, 491, 498, 1184. 
Fox v. Scott (Phila. 151), 934. 
Fox v. Storrs (75 Ala. 267), 922, 1267. 
Fox v. Tay (89 Cal. 339; 23 Am. St. Rep. 

474), 1122,1230,1231. 
Fox, Will o£ (52 N. T. 530; 11 Am. Rep. 

751) , 1072. 
Frail v. Ellis (17 Eng. L. &Eq. 457), 596. 
Fraker v. Houck (36 Fed. Rep. 403), 

1508. 
Frames. Kenney (2 A. K. Marsh. 145), 

462. 
Frampton v. Frampton (4 Beav. 287), 

722,723, 726. 
Francis v. Brooking (19 Beav. 347), 

578. 
Francis v. Clemow (1 Kay, 435), 1355. 
Francis v. Evans (69 Wis. 115; 33 N. W. 

Rep. 93), 1603, 1605. 
Francis v. Francis (5 De G., M. & G. 

108), 1102, 1130,1204. 
Francis v. Gower (5 Hare, 39), 1319. 
Francis v. Ross (17 How. Pr. 564), 698. 
Francis v. Wells (2 Colo. 660), 574. 
Francisco v. Aguirre (94 Cal. 181), 1408. 
Franciscus v. Reigert (4 Watts, 108), 

914, 930. 
Franco v. Bolton (3 Ves. 368) , 660. 
Franey v. Smith (125 N. Y. 44) , 1393. 
Franklin v. Armfleld (2 Sneed, 305), 750, 

1524. 
Franklinc. Firth (3 Bro. Ch. 433), 1255. 
Franklin v. Franklin (1 Swanst. 17), 

339. 
Franklin v. Hosier (4 B. & Aid. 341), 

566. 
Franklin v. Mclntire (23 111. 91), 263. 
Franklin v. Osgood (2 Johns. Ch. 79), 

1013, 1110, 1462. 
Franklin v. Philadelphia (13 Pa. Co. 

Ct. Rep. 241; 2 Pa. Dist. Rep. 435), 

737, 819, 820. 
Franklin Sav. Bank v. Taylor (131 111. 

376; 23 St. E. Rep. 397), 1079. 
Franklin's Estate (150 Pa. St. 437; 24 

Atl. Bep. 626), 19. 
Frank's Appeal (59 Pa. St. 190) , 398, 419. 
Franks j). Williams (37 Tex. 24), 59. 
Frary«. Booth (37 Vt. 78), 664. 
Frastr v. Child (4E. D. Smith, 153), 5D0, 
518. 

g 



Fraser v. Davie (11 S. Car. 56), 1002, 

1121. 
Fraser v. Page (82 Ky. 73), 1002, 1060, 

1131,1132. 
Fraser d. Plgott (1 Tounge, 354), 512. 
Fraysert;. R. & A. R. R. Co. (81 Va. 

388), 1117. 
Frazee v. Frazee (79 Md. 27; 28 Atl. 

Rep. 1105), 660. 
Frazer v. Bevill (11 Gratt. 9), 1437. 
Frazer v. Child (4 E. D. Smith, 153), 525. 
Frazer v. Davie (11 S. Car. 56), 1061. 
Frazer v. Frazer (2 Leigh, 642), 626. 
Frazer v. Moor (Bunb. 54), 1536. 
Frazer v. Murdoch (L. R. 6App. Cas. 

855), 1701. 
Frazier v. Brown low (3 Ired. Eq. 237; 42 

Am. Dee. 165), 709. 
Frazier v. Center (1 McCord Eq. 270), 11. 
Frazier «>. Erie Bank (8 W. &S. 18), 1634. 
Frazier v. Frazier (2 Leigh, 642), 256. 
Frazier v. St. Luke's Church (147 Pa. 

St. 256; 29 W. N. C. 337; 23 Atl. Rep. 

442), 906. 
Frazier j). Vaux (1 Hill Eq. 203), 1692. 
Frazier v. Western (1 Barb. Ch. 220), 

99. 
Freake v. Cranefeldt (4 Myl. & Cr. 499), 

1319, 1320. 
Frear v. Hardenberg (5 Johns. 272), 607. 
Freeking^. Rolland (33 N. Y. Super. 

Ct. 501), 699. 
Frederick v. Haas (5 Nev. 389), 232, 309, 

358. 
Freedley's Appeal (60 Pa. St. 349), 918. 
Freeland v. Pearson (L. R. 3 Eq. 658), 

627. 
Freeman v. Cook (6 Ired. Eq. 373), 1400, 

1402, 1582. 
Freeman v. Fairlie (3 Meriv. 43), 1564. 
Freeman v. Flood (16 Ga. 528), 667. 
Freeman v. Freeman (9 Mo. 772), 651, 

686. 
Freeman v. Freeman (2 Pars. Eq. 81), 

75. 
Freeman v. Hartman (45 111. 59), 552, 

553. 
Freeman v. Harwood (49 Me. 195), 391, 

1184. 
Freeman, Inre (W. N. (1887) 210), 1710. 
Freeman v. Kelly (1 Hoff. 90), 369. 
Freeman v. Prendergast (94 Ga. 369; 21 

S. E. Rep. 837), 898, 1019. 
Freeman v. Tatham (5 Hare, 329), 66. 
Freer ji. Lake (116 III. 662), 57. 
Freke v. Calmady (L. R. 32 Ch. D. 408), 

1435. 
Frelick v. Turner (26 Miss. 393), 836. 
French v. Braintree Mfg. Co. (23 Pick. 

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French v. Currier (47 N. H. 99), 1136, 

1214. 
French v. Davidson (3 Madd. 396), 997, 

999, 1005, 1008. 
French v. Hatch (28 N. H. 331), 361. 
French v. Hobson (9 Ves. 103), 1596. 
French, In re (L. E. 15 Eq. 68), 1131. 
French v. St. George (1 Dr. & W. 417), 

1159. 
French v. Sheplar (83Ind. 266), 223. 
French tf. Townes (lOGratt. 513), 1364. 
French v. Vining (102 Mas8. 132), 486. 
French v. Waterman (79 Va. 617), 711. 
Frenzeln. Miller (37 Ind. 1),489. 
Frerea. Winslow (L. E. 45 Oh. D. 249), 

1601. 
Frey v. Frey (17 N. J. Eq. 71), 1253, 1254. 
Freydenhall v. Baldwin (103 111. 325}, 

1408. 
Freye v. Porter (1 Oh. Ca. 138; 1 Mod. 

300), 1043. 
Frey vogle v. Hughes (56 Pa. St. 228), 

672, 921, 943, 1622. 
Frichu. Newnham (2Vern. 216), 558. 
Frick v. Taylor (94 Ga. 683; 21 S. E. Eep. 

713), 432. 
Frickett v. Durham (109 Mass. 422), 369. 
Fridge v. Buhler (6 La. Ann. 272), 1342. 
Friedburgr. Parker (50 Oal. 103), 705. 
Friedlander v. Johnson (2 Woods C. C. 

675), 388,534. 
Friends. Michaelis (15 Abb. N. Cas. 

364), 1403, 1405. 
Friers. Peacock (Pinch, 245), 759. 
Frierson v . Blanton (1 Baxt. 272), 1515. 
Frierson v. Branch (30 Ark. 453), 962, 

1383, 1600. 
Frith v. Cameron (L. E. 12 Eq. 169), 

1154. 
Frith v. Cartland (2 H. & M. 417), 976, 

1538, 1634. 
Frith v. Osborne, In re (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 

618), 1076. 
Froneberger v. Lewis (79 N. Car. 426), 

399, 1490. 
Frost v. Beckman (1 Johns. Ch. 288), 

439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 478, 694. 
Frost v. Belmont (6 Allen, 152), 555, 597. 
Frost v. Frost (63 Me. 390), 59. 
Frue v. Loring (120 Mass. 507) , 530, 1724. 
Fry v . Feamster (36 W. Va. 454; 15 S. &. 

Eep. 253), 74. 
Fry v. Fry (27 Beav. 146), 1029. 
Fry v. Fry (27 Beav. 144), 1155. 
Fry v. Hammer (50 Ala. 52), 704. 
Fryu. Tapson (L. E. 28 Oh. D. 268), 

1245. 
Fryer, In re (3 Kay & J. 317), 1127, 1234. 
Fudge v. Dura (51 Mo. 266), 1135, 1140, 

1142. 



Fuller v. Bennett (2 Hare, 394), 443. 
Fuller w. Dame (18 Pick. 472), 566. 
Fuller v. Knight (6 Beav. 205), 973. 
Fuller v. O'Neill (69 Tex. 345 ; 5 Am. St. 

Eep. 69), 996, 1005, 1096, 1455. 
Fuller v. Wilson (3 Ad. & El. 58), 476, 

484. 
Fuller v. Wilson (3Q. B. 58), 484. 
Fulton v. Andrew (L. E. 7 H. L. Cas. 

449), 296,297. 
Fulton v. Eoosevelt (6 Johns. Oh. 174), 

472. 
Fulton Bank v. Benedict (1 Hall, 480), 

443. 
Fulton Bank i>. Oanal Co. (4 Paige, 127), 

443, 444. 
Funk v. McEeynolds (33 111. 496), 1516. 
Funke's Estate (9 Pa. Co. Ct. 113), 110. 
Furbish v. Hall (8 Me. 315), 1048. 
Furman v. Coe (1 Calne's Cas. 96), 1140. 
Furman v Fisher (4 Coldw. 626; 94 Am. 

Dec. 210), 50, 88, 878, 1382. 
Furnessw. Union Nat. Bank (46 111. 

App. 522, 147 III. 670), 1408. 
Furrow rc. Ohapin (13 Kan. 107), 706. 
Fuss v. Fuss (24 Wis. 256), 97. 
Fussell v. Hennessey (14 E. I. 650), 66. 
Futteru. Johnson (6. Beav. 424), 1571. 
Fyler v. Fyler (3 Beav. 650), 1217, 1691. 
Fyson v. Pole (3 T. & Col. 266), 1536. 

G. 

Gabb v. Prendergast (3 Eq. E. 648), 

42. 
Gabertw. Olcott (86 Tex. 121; 23 S. W. 

Eep. 985), 407, 1035,1072. 
Gable v. Miller (10 Paige, 627; 4Lawy. 

Ed. 1182; 2 Dana, 492), 782. 
Gabriels. Sturgis (6 Hare, 97; 10 Jur. 

(N. S.) 215), 975. 
Gadsden, Ex parte (3Eich. 468), 923, 1268. 
Gadsden v. Whaley (14 S. Oar. 210), 53, 

73. 
Gafl v. Greer (88 Ind. 122), 796. 
Gaflee's Trusts, In re (1 Macn. & G. 541), 

653, 667, 668, 671, 1274. 
Gaflney's Estate, In re (146 Pa. St. 49; 23 

Atl. Eep. 63), 79. 
Gafney v. Kennison (64 N. H. 354), 735, 

748. 
Gage v. Gage (83 Hun, 362; SI N. T. 

Supl. 903), 311,322. 
Gage v. Gates (62 Mo. 417), 708. 
Gage v. Lister (2 Bro. P. C. 4), 656. 
Gaillard v. Pardon (McMull. Eq. 358), 

104. 
Gaines v. Chew (2 How. 619), 309. 
Gaines v. Gaines (9 B. Mon. 295) , 685. 
Gaines v. Poor (3 Met. 508), 721. 



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Gainor v. Gaiuor (26 Iowa, 337), 101, 652, 

553. 
Gainsborough s. Whateombe Co. (L. J. 

54 Ch. 991), 995. 
Gainuss. Cannon (42 Ark. 503), 72. 
.Gaither s. Gaither (3 Md. Ch. 158), 517. 
Galavan s. Dunne (L. E. 7 Ir. 144), 201. 
Galbralth s. Elder (9 Watts, 81), 398, 

419, 423. 
Galbraith s. Tracy (163 111. 54; 38 ST. E. 

Eep. 937), 623. 
Gale v. Bennett (Anib. 681), 636. 
Galea. Gale (19Barb. 249), 379, 495. 
Galea. Lindo (1 Vern. 475), 645. 
Gale s. Mensing (20 Mo. 461 ; 64 Am. Dec. 

197), 1108. 
Gale v. Wells (12 Barb. 84), 286. 
Gallaghers. Gallagher (69 Wis. 461; 61 

N. W. Bep. 1104), 661. 
Gallagher s. Mars (50 Cal. 23) , 574. 
Gallagher's Appeal (48 Pa. St. 121), 1355. 
Gallands. Galland (36 Cal. 265) , 685. 
Gallation v. Cunningham (8 Cow. 361), 

286, 392. 
Gallation s. Erwin (1 Hopk. Ch. 48), 

286. 
Gallego v. Attorney-General (3 Leigh, 

450; 24 Am. Dec. 650), 85, 753, 812. 
Gallego v. Gallego (2 Brock. Ch. 286), 

678. 
Gallery s. Nat'I Exchange Bank (41 

Mich. 169), 411. 
Galloway s. Hamilton (1 Dana, 576), 588. 
Galusha v. Galusha (116 X. T. 635), 721. 
Gamble v. Dabney (20 Tex. 69), 895, 1283, 

1294. 
Gamble s. Gibson (59 Mo. 585), 1215. 
Gamble s. Tripp (75 Md. 252; 23 Atl. 

Eep. 461), 85, 753. 
Gambril s. Gambril (3 Md. Ch. 259), 

1434. 
Gandy s. Babbitt (56 Ga. 640), 1033. 
Gandy s. Gandy (L. E. 7 Probate Div. 

168; 30 Ch. D. 57), 719, 721, 725. 
Gangwere's Estate, In re (14 Pa. St. 419), 

163. 
Gannett v. Albree (103 Mass. 372), 562. 
Gannon v. White (2 Ir. Ch. 207), 156. 
Garbuts. Bowling (81 Mo. 214), 721. 
Gardenhire v. Hinds (1 Head, 402), 922, 

923, 941, 1268. 
Gardners. Adams (12 Wend. 297), 39. 
Gardner v. Armstrong (31 Mo. 535), 

1651. 
Gardners. Astor (3 Johns. Ch. 53), 977, 

978. 
Gardner s. Brown (21 Wall. 36), 884, 

885. 
Gardner s. Gardner (1 Gifl. 126), 651, 

657, 680, 689. 



Gardners. Gardner (7 Paige, 112), 664, 

698, 709. 
Gardner v. Gardner (3 Mason, 178), 459, 

1145, 1323, 1350, 1653, 1654. 
Gardners. Gardner (22 Wend. 526), 694. 
Gardners. Heyer (2 Paige, 11), 42, 612. 
Gardners. Hooper (3 Gray, 404), 964. 
Gardner, Inre (140 N. Y. 122; 35 N. E. 

Eep. 439), 135. 
Gardner s. Merritt (32 Md. 78), 81, 151. 
Gardners. Ogden (22 N. T. 327), 390, 413, 

425, 1462. 
Gardner v. Eowe (2 Sim. & S. 346; 6 

Euss. 258), 29, 60. 
Gardner v. Sheldon (Vaughan, 263), 

178. 
Gardner s. Terry (99 Mo. 523), 1466. 
Gardner Bank s. Wheaton (8 Greenl. 

373), 355. 
Gardner's Trusts, In re (L. E. 10 Ch.29), 

904. 
Garfield s. Hatmaker (15 N". Y. 475), 

339, 371, 372, 373. 
Garfoot s. Garfoot (1 Ch. Ca. 35; 2 

Freem. 176), 180. 
Garland s. Garland (50 Miss. 694), 724, 

726. 
Garland s. Garland (87 Va. 758; 24 Am. 

St. Eep. 682), 1295. 
Garland s. Pamplin (32 Gratt. 305), 711. 
Garlands. Watson (74 Ala. 323), 1456, 

1490. 
Garllcks. James (12 Johns. 146), 967. 
Garlicks. Strong (3 Paige,440), 713. 
Garmstones. Gaunt (1 Coll. 577), 1526. 
Garner s. Dowling (11 Heisk. 48), 859, 

879. 
Garner, Ex parte (2 Ves 671), 681. 
Garner v. Frederick (18 Ind. 507), 1385. 
Garners. Garner (1 Desaus. 443), 102, 

116. 
Garner s. Garner (Bnsb. Eq. 1), 596. 
Garners. G. L. I. Co. (110 N. Y. 266), 

1745. 
Garners. Hannyngton (22 Beav. 627), 

1428. 
Garner v. Moore (3 Drew. 277), 1156. 
Garnett s. Armstrong (2 Con. & Laws. 

458), 978. 
Garnett s. Macon (3 Brock. 185), 1653. 
j Garnett s. Mason (6 Coll. 361), 456, 1322, 

1657. 
Garnisss. Gardner (1 Edw. Ch. 128), 

1171, 1205, 1253, 1256. 
Garnsey s. Gardner (49 Me. 167), 604. 
Garnsey s. Gothard (90 Cal. 603), 61. 
Garnsey s. Mundy (24 N. J. Eq. 243; 13 

Am. L. Beg. 345), 161, 271, 275, 278, 

1744. 
Garr v. Drake (2 Johns. Ch. 542), 825. 



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Garrard v. Lauderdale (3 Sim. 1; 2 R. 

& M. 451), 151, 152, 175, 1317, 1328, 1330, 

1378. 
Garrard j). E. E. Co. (29 Pa. St. 154), 456, 

460, 1659. 
Garrard v. Tuck (8 0. B. 231), 823. 
Garratts. Oullum (Bull. N. P. 42), 973. 
Garrett v. Burlington Plow Co. (70 

Iowa, 697 ; 09 Am. Eep . 461) , 411. 
Garrett v. Garrett (1 Strobh. Eq. 96), 

308, 333, 632, 1625. 
Garrett-i). Pritty (2 Vern. 293; 3 Meriv. 

120), 1041. 
Garrick v. Taylor (29 Beav. 79; 4 De G., 

F. & J. 159), 312, 362, 369. 
Garrow v. Davis (15 How. 277), 39. 
Garrow s. Davis (10 N. T. Leg. Obs. 

225), 189, 190. 
Garson v. Green (1 Johns. Ch. 308), 241, 

569, 570. 
Garth v. Baldwin (2 Ves. 646), 913, 917, 

919, 938, 1327. 
Garth v. Townsend (L. E. 7 Eq. 220), 

623. 
Garthen v. Myrick (9 Md. 143), 390, 

414. 
Gartln v. Penick (5 Bush, 110; 9 Am. L. 

Eeg. 210), 796, 797. 
Gartland v. Mayott (2 Vern. 105; 2 

Ereem. 105), 871, 
Gartshore v. Challe (10 Ves. 9) , S26 . 
Gartsideti. Gartside (113Mo. 348; 20 S. 

W. Eep. 669), 34, 870, 9C1, 904. 
Garvay v. McDevitt (72 N. T. 556), 616. 
Garveru. Miller (16 Ohio St. 627), 722. 
Garvey v. Owens (12 N. T. Supl. 349; 35 

N. T. St. Eep. 133), 1029, 1154, 1155, 

1167, 1159. 
Garvin v. Watkins (29 Fla. 51; 10 :So. 

Eep. 818), 705. 
Garvin v. Williams (44 Mo. 476; 60 Mo. 

206), 286, 287,290, 297. 
Gary v. Colgin (11 Ala. 514), 1109. 
Gascoigne v. Thwlng (1 Vern. 866), 256 , 

359. 
Gashe v. Toung (51 Ohio St. 376; 38 N. 

E. Eep. 20), 194. 
Gaskell v. Chambers (26 Beav. 360), 405, 

412. 
Gaskell v. Green (152 Mass. 626), 596, 

876. 
Gaskell v. Harmon (11 Ves. 498), 1144, 

1145. 
Gaskell v. Gaskell (2 Tou. & Jer. 602), 

82. 
Gaskill v. Gaskill (7 R. I. 478), 884, 885. 
Gasquoine v. Gasquoine (L. E. (1894) 1 

Ch. 470), 1236. 
Gass v. Gass (1 Heisk. 613), 309. 
Gassr. Ross (3 Sneed, 211), 753. 



Gass v. Wilhite (2 Dana, 170; 26 Am. 

Dec. 440), 731, 748,807,810. 
Gassettw. Grouts (4 Met. 486), 103. 
Gassomn. Donaldson (18 B. Mon. 231), 

452. 
Gast v. Porter (13 Pa. St. 533), 1085. 
Gaston v. Frankum (De G. & Sm. 561; 

16 Jur. 507), 693. 
Gates v. Card (93 Tenn. 334), 360. 
Gates v. McLean (70 Cal. 49), 191. 
Gathercoleu. Bedel (65 N. H. 211), 1383. 
Gaullaher v. Gaullaher (5 Watts, 200), 

618. 
Gaunt v. Taylor (2 Beav. 346; 4 Jur. 

166), 1679. 
Gauseu. Hale (2 Ired. Eq. 241), 91, 92, 

101, 103, 104. 
Gautiir v. Doug. Manf. Co. (13 Hun, 

514), 434, 442. 
Gaw's Estate (34 Leg. Int. 66), 1210. 
Gay v. Edwards (30 Miss. 218), 1537. 
Gay v. Hancock (1 Eand. 72), 1470. 
Gaylordr. City of Lafayette (115 Ind. 

423), 61, 91, 95. 
Gaylord v. Knapp (16 Hun, 87), 577. 
Gazzamu. Poyntz (4 Ala. 374), 1318. 
Geary v. Page (9 Bosw. 290), 59, 82. 
Geek, Inre (69 L. T. 819), 736. 
Geddy v. Butler (3 Munf . 345) , 887. 
Gedgei). Traill (1 Buss. & Myl. 281), 280. 
Gee v. Geo (2 Sneed, 395), 370. 
Gee v. Hicks (Eich. Eq. Cas. 5), 1696. 
Gee v. McMillan (14 Ore. 268), 577. 
Gee v. Thrailkill (45 Kan. 173), 71. 
Geiss v. Beall (3 Wis. 367), 1171, 1183, 

1184, 1696. 
Gelzer v. Gelzer (1 Bailey Eq. 387), 

100. 
Gen. Exch. Bank v. Homer (L. E. 9Eq. 

4S0),494. 
Genet v. Beekman (45 Barb. 382), 1297. 
Genett v. Tallmadge (1 Johns. Ch. 664), 

828. 
Gennys, Ex parte (1 Mont. &Mac. 258), 

972, 976. 
Gent v. Harris (10 Hare, 383), 678. 
Gentry?;. Law (4 Nev. 97), 484. 
Gentry v. McReynolds (12 Mo. 533), 715. 
Georges. Bank of England (7 Price, 

646), 73,174. 
George v. Braddock (45 N. J. Eq. 757; 

14 Am. St. Eep. 754), 734, 749, 809. 
George v. Cutting (46 K. H. 132), 708. 
George v. Howard (7 Price, 661), 242. 
Georges. Johnson (6 Humph. 36), 489. 
Georges. Eichardson (Gilm. 230), 480. 
Georges v. Chancie (1 Ch. Cas. 125), 

993, 1047, 1343. 
Georgetown College v. Browne (34 Md. 
450) , 1549. 



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Germanla Sav. Bank, Appeal of (95 Pa. 

St. 329), 710. 
German Milling Oo. v. Norwich Tarn 

Co. (22Beav. 143), 1033. 
German Mining Oo. Inre (4 De G., M. 

&G. 19), 1701. 
German Eef. Church v. Seibert (3 Pa. 

St. 291), 797. 
Gernert v. Albert (160 Pa. St. 95; 28 Atl. 

Eep. 576), 1114. 
GerOew. Winter (1 Halat. Ch. 655), 1038. 
Gerrard v. Buckley (137 Mass. 475), 1613. 
Gerrard©. Gerrard (2 Vern. 458), 1526. 
Gerrish©. New Bedford, etc. for Sav- 
ings (128 Mass. 159), 59, 73, 81, 83. 
Gerry ©. Howe (130 Mass. 350), 151, 153. 
Gerry ©. Stimson (60 Me. 186), 264, 370. 
Gessner ». Palmateer (89 Cal. 89), 574, 

585. 
Gest v. Mock (2 N. J. Eq. 108), 1623. 
Gest©. Williams (4 Del. Oh. 65), 655. 
Getman ©. Getman (1 Barb. Ch. 499), 

270. 
Gettins v. Scudder (71 111. 86), 1029, 1138, 

1157. 
Geyer v. Mobile Bank (21 Ala. 414), 552. 
Ghiselin©. Ferguson (4Har. & J. 522), 

576. 
Ghormleyo. Smith (139 Pa. St. 584; 23 

Am. St. Eep. 215), 1310. 
Ghost ©. Waller (9Beav. 497), 1115. 
Giacometti v. Prodgers (L. E. 14 Eq. 

253; 8 Ch. 338), 674, 678, 682. 
Gibbens v. Curtis (8 Gray, 392), 1037. 
Gibbes ©. Jenkins (3 Sandf . Ch. 130), 

398. 
Gibbons v. Hoag (95 111. 45), 464,1490, 

1491. 
Gibboney ©. Kent (82 Va. 383), 1542. 
Gibbs v. Cunningham (1 Md. Ch. 44), 

1095, 1110. 
Gibbs ©. Daniel (4 Gift. 1), 419. 
Gibbs ©. Glamis (11 Sim. 584), 1317. 
Gibbs ©. Guild (L. E. 8 Q. B. Div. 296). 

1540. 
Gibbs©. Harding (L. E. 8 Eq. 490), 720- 
Gibbs ©. Marsh (2 Met. 243), 167, 619, 614, 

908,999, 1013. 
Gibbs ©. Ougier (12Ves. 418), 259. 
Gibbs v. Eumsey (2 V. & B. 294), 254, 255, 

259. 
Glblin ©. McMullen (L. E. 2 P. O. 327), 

1134. 
Gibson ©. American Loan Co. (58 Han, 

443; 12 N T. Supl. 444), 901, 903. 
Gibson v. Armstrong (7 B. Mon. 481), 

240, 796. 
Gibson ©, Barbour (100 N. Oar. 192), 

1490, 1492 
Gibson v. Carter (3 Ala. 421), 653. 



Gibson v. Clark (1 J. & W. 162), 985. 
Gibson ©. Crehore (5 Pick. 146), 1689. 
Gibson v. Deims (82 111. 304), 66, 503, 525. 
Gibson©. D'Esle (2T. & C. Ch. 542), 491. 
Gibson ©. Foote (40 Miss. 792), 7, 47. 
Gibson ©. Gains (28 S. W. Eep. 781), 

1070. 
Gibson ©. Gibson (15 Mass. 106), 100. 
Gibson ©. Hutohins (43 S. Car. 287; 21 

S. E.Bep. 250), 710. 
Gibson ©. Jones (6 Leigh, 370) , 1470. 
Gibson ©. Jeyes (6 Ves. 266), 286, 382, 418, 

419, 509, 1174, 1180, 1184. 
Gibson ©. McCall (1 Eieh. 174), 750. 
Gibson v. McCormlck (10 Gill & J. 65), 

1322. 
Gibson ©. Mountfort (1 Ves. 485), 922, 

927,937,941, 1072. 
Gibson ©. Eees(50Ill. 383), 1378, 1382, 

1406. 
Gibson v. Eussell (2 T. & C. 115), 292,293, 

426, 431. 
Gibson ©. Winter (5 B. & Ad. 96), 949. 
Gibson's Case (1 Bland Ch. 138; 17 Am. 
Dec, 257), 696, 1005,1093, 1096, 1694, 
1701, 1706. 
Gibson's Estate (34 W. N. C. 360), 1280. 
Giddings ©. Eastman (6 Paige, 561), 383. 
Giddings v. Giddings (3 Buss. 241) , 399. 
Giddings v. Palmer (107 Mass. 269), 414, 

598, 
Giffen v. Taylor (139 Ind. 573; 37 N. E. 

Eep. 392), 302. 
Giflord v. Choate (100 Mass. 343), 106, 

108. 
Gifford v. Maully (For. 109), 881. 
Gil v. Davis (12 La. Ann. 219), 556. 
Gilbert -ai. Bennett (10 Sim. 361), 183. 
Gilberts. Carter (10 Ind. 16), 525. 
Gilbert v. Chapin (19 Conn. 342), 131, 

132, 134. 
Gilbert v. Cooley (Walk. 494), 1503. 
Gilbert v- Gilbert (39 Iowa, 657), 992, 

1349. 
Gilbert v. Gilbert (1 Keyes, 159), 374. 
Gilbert v. Lewis (1 De G., J. & S. 38), 

664. 
Gilbert v. McEachem (38 Miss. 460), 836. 
Gilbert v. Overton (2 H. & M. 110), 15, 

33, 88, 156. 
Gilbert v. Sutllffe (3 Ohio St. 129), 1402, 

1692. 
Gilbert v. Welde (75 Ind. 657), 988, 1188, 

1202. 
Gilchrist v. Brown (165 Pa. St. 275; 30 

Atl. Eep. 839), 214, 318. 
Gilchrist v. Cator (1 De G. & Sm. 188), 

678. 
Gilchrist©. 8tevenson (9 Barb. 9), 160, 
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Giles v. Baremore (5 Johns. Oh. 552), 

984. 
Giles v. Giles (1 Keen. 685), 512. 
Giles v. Little (104 V . S. 291), 105. 
Glllv. Carmine (55 Md. 339), 1402. 
Gillu. Logan (11 B. Mon. 233), 918, 941. 
Gill v. State (39 W. Va. 479; 20 S. E. Eep. 

568), 711. 
Glllan v. Morrison (1 De G. & S. 421) , 

1033. 
Gillaur v. Taylor (L. E. 16 Eq. 581), 735. 
Gillespie v. Burlinson (28 Ala. 551), 654, 

656. 
Gillespie v. Smith (29 111. 473; 81 Am. 

Deo. 328), 1006, 1096, 1110, 1341. 
Gillett v. Gillett (9 Wis. 194), 1183. 
Gillett v. Stanley (1 Hill, 121), 12. 
Gillette. Wiley (126111. 310), 286. 
Gillett v. Wray (1 P. Wms. 284), 1043. 
Gillette v. Peppercorn (3 Beav. 78), 

416. 
Gilliland v. Breden (63 Pa. St. 393), 862, 

1303. 
Gilliland v. Crawford (4 Ir. Eq. 36), 

1025, 1152. 
Gilliland v. Gilliland (96 Mo. 522; 10 S. 

W. Eep. 139), 334, 339. 
Gillon v. Turnbull (1 McCord Ch. 148), 

840. 
Gllman v. Brown (1 Mason, 192), 569, 

570, 678, 588, 691. 
Gilman v. Des Moines Valley E. E. Co. 

41 Iowa, 22), 1690. 
Gilman v. Hamilton (16 111. 225), 452, 

747, 759, 763, 776, 1625. 
Gilman v. Kay (2 Hayw. 108), 967. 
Gilman v. McArdle (99 N. T. 451), 73, 

170, 807. 
Gilman v. Eedington (24 N. T. 9), 616. 
Gilman, C. & S. Ey. Co. v. Kelly (77 HI. 

426), 406. 
Gilmore v. N. A. L. Co. (Peters C. C. 

461), 98. 
Gilmore v. Tuttle (32 N. J. Eq. 611), 

1138. 
Gilmor's Estate, In re (158 Pa. St. 186; 

27 Atl. Eep. 845), 61. 
Gllpatrick v. Glidden (81 Me. 137; 10 

Am. St. Eep. 245), 513, 514. 
Gilruth v. Decell (72 Miss. 232; 16 So. 

Eep. 250), 185. 
Gindrat v. Montgomery Gas Light Co. 

(82 Ala. 596; 60 Am. Eep. 769), 1010, 

1084, 1104. 
Girardc. Philadelphia (7 Wall. 1), 781. 
Girard Ins. Co. v. Chambers (46 Pa. St. 

485), 913, 919, 1288. 
Girard Life, etc. Co. v Mellor (156 Pa. 

St. 679; 2? Atl. Eep. 662), 65. 
Girault v. Adams (64 Md. 1), 707. 



Gisborn'!!. Charter Oak Life Ins. Co. 

(142 U. S. 326), 1026. 
Gisborne v. Gisborne (L. E. 2 App. Cas. 

300), 995,1008,1178. 
Gist v. Cattel (2 Desaus. 53), 461. 
Gtvens v. Davenport (8 Tex. 451). 1053. 
Gladden v. Stoneman (1 Madd, 143), 

1576. 
Gladding v. Tapp (5 Mod. 56), 238. 
Gladstone v. Hadwen (1 M. & S. 526), 29, 

972. 
Glaisteru. Hewer (8 Ves. 199), 335. 
Glanys, Ex parte (1 Mont. & Mac. 258), 

29. 
Glaser v. Priest (29 Mo. App. 1), 28. 
Glass v. Gebbert (58 Pa. St. 266), 1537. 
Glass v. Hulbert (102 Mass. 40; 3 Am. 

Eep. 418), 510. 
Glenn v. Allison (58 Md. 527), 1031. 
Glenn v. Fisher (6 Johns. Ch. 33), 678, 

840. 
Glenn v. Glenn (47 Ala. 204), 664. 
Glenn v. McKim (3 Gill, 366), 1237. 
Glenn v. McNeal (3 Md. Ch. Dec. 349), 

1388. 
Glenn jj. Randall (2 Md. Ch. 221), 308. 

1388. 
Glenny, In re (L. R. 25 Ch. D. 611), 864. 
Glenorchy v. Bosville (1 Lead. Cas. Eq. 

1),8, 90, 96, 103. 
Gliddana. Taylor (16 Ohio St. 509), 689. 
Glover v. Alcott (11 Mich. 407), 689, 707. 
Glover v. Glover (1 McMull. Ch. 153), 

869. 
Glover v. Monckton (3 Bing. 13; 11 E. 

C. L.9),920, 926, 937. 
Glover v. Stamps (73 Ga. 209; 54 Am. 

Eep. 870), 1559. 
Glyn v. Locke (3 Dr. & W. 11), 1350. 
Gnash v. George (68 Iowa, 492), 575. 
Godard v. Carlisle (9 Price, 169), 419. 
Goddard v. Brown (12 E. I. 31), 111, 1092, 

1119, 1138. 
Goddard v. Carlisle (9 Price, 183), 289. 
Goddard v. Snow (1 Russ. 485), 101. 
Goddard v. Weaver (1 Woods, 257) , 1409. 
Godden v. Crowhurst (10 Sim. 487), 1291. 
Godden v. Kimmell (9 Otto, 211), 464, 

1535. 
Godfrey v. Dixon (Godb. 275), 41, 42. 
Godfrey v. Faulkner (L. E. 23 Ch. D. 

483), 1113. 
Godfrey v . Enzo (3 P. Wms. 186), 972. 
Godfrey v. Godfrey (11 W. E. 554), 128. 
Godfrey v. Harben (L. E. 13 Ch. D.216), 

697. 
Godfrey v. Megahan (38 Neb. 748; 67 N. 

W. Eep. 284), 660, 708. 
Godfrey v. Stock (116 Mo. 403), 1514. 
Godfrey v. Watson (3 Atk. 517), 330. 



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Godolphins. Godolphin (1 Ves. 25), 24. 
Godsall s. Webb (2 Keen, 99) , 88. 
Godwin v. Whitehead £95 Ala. 409; 11 So. 

Rep. 65), 1679. 
Godwin s. Whitehead (88 Va. 600), 1545. 
Goelz v. Goelz (167 111. 33), 341. 
Goe'9 Estate (146 Pa. St. 431), 1290. 
Goff s. Hankins (Hind. App. 456; 39 N. 

E. Eep. 294), 660. 
Gogherty v. Bennett (37 N. J. Eq. 87), 

308, 348. 
Going w.Emery (16 Pick. 107; 26 Am. 

Dec. 645), 748, 777, 1037, 1072. 
Going s. Orns (8 Kan. 85), 706. 
Golden v. Bressler (105 III. 419), 865, 908, 

1013, 1088. 
Golden v. Oann (1 De G., F. & J. 146), 

654. 
Goldsberry s. Gentry (92 Ind. 193), 

220. 
Goldsborough s. Ringgold (1 Md. Ch. 

239), 1093. 
Goldsmid v. Goldsmid (19 Ves. 368), 

1046. 
Goldsmith v. Goldsmith (6 Misc. Rep. 

12; 25 ST. T. Supl. 993), 50. 
Goldsmiths. Goldsmith (145 N. Y. 313; 

39 N". E. Rep. 1067), 428. 
Goldsmith s. Ladson (2 D. O. 220) , 660. 
Goldsmith v. Russell (5 De G., M. & G. 

555), 98. 
Goldsmith s. Stetson (30 Ala. 164), 1631, 

1632. 
Goldthwaite v. Ellison (12 So. Rep. 812; 

99 Ala. 497), 1607, 1608. 
Goldtree s. Thompson (79 Cal. 613), 

1621. 
Gomez v. Bank (4 Sandf, 106), 307. 
Gomez v. Gomez (147 N. Y. 195; 41 N. E. 

Rep. 420), 1027. 
Gompertz v. Kensit (L. R. 13 Eq. 369), 

1130, 1671. 
Goncelier v. Foret (4 Minn. 13), 1721. 
Gonihan v. Stephenson (24 Wis. 75), 

492. 
Goochs. Relief Association (109 Mass. 

558), 748. 
Goodbar Shoe Co. v. Montgomery (19 

So. Rep. 196), 1371. 
Good s. Harris (2 Ired. Eq. 630), 654. 
Good v. MePherson (5 Mo. 126), 788. 
Good v. Moulton (67 Cal. 537), 704. 
Goodale s. Mooney (60 N. H. 528; 49 Am. 

Rep. 334), 735, 748. 
Goodale v. New England Ins. Co. (25 

N. H. 186), 1029,1157. 
Goodall s. Harris (2 P. Wms, 560), 826. 
Goodard v. Snow (1 Rnss. 485), 54S. 
Goode v. Comfort (39 Mo. 313), 1110, 1469, 

1470. 



Goode v. Lowery (76 Tex. 160; 8 S. W. 

Rep. 73), 1586. 
Goode s. MePherson (51 Mo. 126), 770. 
Goodell v. Buck (67 Me. 514), 1607, 1631. 
Goodell s. Union Ass'n (29 N. J. Eq. 32), 

731, 749,756,811. 
Goodfellow s. Burchett (2 Vern. 298), 

1529. 
Goodin v. Cin. & W. C. Co. (18 Ohio St. 

139; 98 Am. Dec. 95), 411. 
Gooding s. Gibbs (17 How. 274), 959, 

1057, 1138. 
Goodhill v. Brigham (1 B. & P. 189), 

1009. 
Goodhue s. Barnwell (Rice Eq. 198), 

604, 877. 
Goodline s. Barnwell (Rice Eq. 198), 

1537. 
Goodman s. Kendall (56 Kan. 439), 

1372. 
Goodrich v. City of Milwaukee (24 Wis. 

422) , 616, 916. 
Goodrich s. Downs (6 Hill, 438), 1367, 

1368, 1374. 
Goodrich v. Pendleton (3 Johns. Ch. 

387), 1537. 
Goodrich v. Procter (1 Gray, 567), 1068, 

1069, 1090, 1349, 1350, 1652, 1654. 
Goodright v. Hodges (1 Watk. Cop. 227; 

Lofft. 230), 362. 
Goodright v. Wells (Doug. 771), 977. 
Goodtitleu. Alker (lBurr. 133), 952. 
Goodtitleu. Jones (7 T. R. 47), 949, 980, 

983, 984, 1266. 
Goodtitlei). Knott (Coop. 43), 927. 
Goodtitle v. Whitby (1 Burr. 228), 926. 
Goodwin v. Bank (48 Conn. 564), 1649. 
Goodwins. Crowel (56 Ga. 566), 556. 
Goodwin v. Goodwin (69 Mo. 617), 111. 
Goodwin v. Howe (62 How. 134), 1203, 

1210. 
Goodwin v. Kerr (80 Mo. 276), 1391, 1392. 
Goodwin v. Mix (38 HI. 115), 1095, 1100, 

1400, 1408. 
Goodwins. Richardson (11 Mass. 461), 

322. 
Goodwright v. Wells (Doug. 771), 30. 
Gordon v. Bell (50 Ala. 213), 574. 
Gordon v. Cannon (18 Gratt. 388), 1364, 

1369. 
Gordon v. Clapp (111 Mass. 22), 530. 
Gordon v. Coolidge (1 Sumn. 537), 1394. 
Gordon v. Finlay (3 Hawks, 239), 401. 
Gordons. Gordon (2 Swanst. 400), 491, 

494. 
Gordon v. Green (10 Ga. 534), 73, 1362. 
Gordon, Inre (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 631), 888. 
Gordon s. Matthews (30 Md. 235), 1692. 
Gordon v. Preston (1 Watts, 365; 26 Am. 

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©ordon v. Small (53 Md. 550), 1533. 
Gordon v. West (8 N. H. 444), 1434, 1689. 
Gore v. Brazier (3 Mass. 541), 435. 
Gore v. Brazier (4 Mass. 354), 1322. 
Gore a. Carl (47 Conn. 291), 70S. 
Gore v. Knight (2 Vern. 535), 656, 715. 
Gore v. Learoyd (140 Mass. 524), 239. 
Gore's Settlement, In re (W. ST. (1876), 

p. 79), 1602. 
Gorham v. Daniels (23 Vt. 600), 911. 
Goring v. Nash (3 Atk. 186), 146, 149, 

151. 
Goskinv. Rogers (L. B. 2Eq. 284), 804. 
Gosling v. Carter (1 Ooll. 644), 1036, 1037, 

1652. 
Gosling v. Gosling (Johns. 265), 1618. 
Gosman v. Cruger (69 N. Y. 87; 25 Am. 

Rep. 141), 709. 
Goss v. Cahill (42 Barb. 216), 688. 
Goss v. Singleton (2 Head, 67), 878, 894, 

1636. 
Gossen v. Ladd (77 Ala. 224), 922, 1267. 
Gossom v. McFarran (79 Ky. 236), 1078. 
Gothard v. Flynn (25 Miss. 58), 601, 

602. 
Gott v. Cooke (7 Paige, 538), 997. 
Gott v. Culp (46 Mich. 265), 829. 
Gough v. Butt (16 Sim. 45), 167, 614, 620, 

1536. 
Gough v. Etty (20 L. T. 358), 1679. 
Gough v. Manning (26 Md. 347), 1042. 
Gough v. Offley (5 De G. & Sm. 653), 

1560. 
Gough v. Smith (W. ST. (1872) p. 18) | 

1128. 
Gould v. Chappell (42 Md. 466), 947, 1135. 
Gou:d v. Gould (29 How. 458), 721. 
Gould D.Gould (3N. T. Supl. 608), 311. 
Gou 1 d v, Gould (3 Story, 516) , 461 , 465 . 
Goulds. Hays (25 Ala. 426), 1686, 1690, 

1698. 
Gould v. Hill (18 Ala. 84), 655, 656. 
Gould i'. Lamb (11 Met. 84), 922, 941, 942, 

1069, 1267, 1348. 
Gould v. Mather (104 Mass. 283), 1013. 
Gould v. Okedon (4 Bro. P. C. 198), 282, 

480. 
Gould v. Robertson (4 De G. & S. 509), 

1317. 
Gould v. Taylor Orphan Asylum (46 

Wis. 106), 751. 
Goulder v. Oamm (1 De G., F. & J. 146) , 

669. 
Gouldsworth v. Knight (11 Mees. &. W. 

337), 1124. 
Governor v. Campbell (17 Ala. 566), 1318, 

1376. 
Governor v. Gridley (Walk. 328), 20. 
Governor v. Woodworth (63 111. 254), 

1054. 



Govlnu. De Miranda (76 Hun, 414; 27 K. 

T. Supl. 1049) , 61, 64. 
Gower v. Andrus (59 Cal. 119), 398. 
Gower ». Eyre (Coop. 156), 1026. 
Gower v. Mainwaring (2 Ves. 87), 166, 

641, 759. 
Gower v. Mead (Pr. Oh. 2), 1324. 
Gowing v. Rich (1 Ireci. 553), 354. 
Gowlandu. DeFari* (17 Ves. 20), 282. 
Grabowski's Settlement, In re (L. R. 6 

Eq. 12), 1257. 
Grace, Ex parte (1 Bos. & P. 376), 399. 
Gracey v. Davis (3 Strobh. Eq. 58), 1332. 
Graeme v. Cullen (23 Gratt. 266), 1457. 
Graft v. Bonnett (31 N. T. 9; 68 Am. Dec. 

236), 1297, 1637. 
Grafl v. Castleman (5 Rand. 195; 16 Am. 

Dec. 648), 456, 1171, 1172, 1657. 
Graham v. Austin (2 Gratt. 273), 1123, 

1158. 
Graham v. Berkenhead Ry. Co. (2Macn. 

& G. 146), 1543. 
Graham v. Davidson (2 Dev. & B. Eq. 

165), 1123, 1230, 1236. 
Graham v. Donaldson (5 Watts, 471), 

364. 
Graham v. Fitts (53 Miss. 307), 1094, 1509. 
Graham v. Graham (16 Beav. 550), 853, 

867. 
Graham v. Graham (1 Ves. Jr. 275), 174. 
Graham, In re (13 Ir. Ch. 137), 393. 
Graham, In re (L. R. 10 Eq. 5.-10) , 842. 
Graham v. King (50 Mo. 22; 11 Am. Rep. 

401), 996, 1033, 1055,1096,1243,1453, 

1470. 
Graham v. Lambert (5 Humph. 595), 

152. 
Graham v. Long (66 Pa. St. 373), 25. 
Granberry v. Granberry (1 Wash. 246), 

893, 894. 
Granger, Ex parte (2 Dea. & Ch. 459), 

465. 
Granger v. Gt. Western Ry. Co. (5 H. 

L. Cas. 72), 476. 
Grant v. Dyer (2 Dow. 93), 1046. 
Grant v. Grant (34 Beav. 623), 712. 
Grants. Heverin (77 Cal. 263; 19 Pac. 

Rep. 493), 369, 1558. 
Grants. Hook (13 S. & R. 269), 1350, 

1655. 
Grant, In re (2 Story, 312), 14. 
Grant, In re (14 W. R. 191), 683. 
Grant v. Lynam (4 Russ. 292), 167, 614, 

632, 637, 1000. 
Grant v. McLaren (23 Can. Sup. 310), 

905. 
Grant v. Mills (2 V. & B. 306), 432, 976. 
Grant v. Phcenix Mut. Life Ins. Co. (121 

U. S. 105), 1516. 
Grant v. Pride (1 Dev. Eq. 269), 1689. 



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Grant v. Sutton (90 Va. 771 ; 19 S. E. Eep. 

784), 661. 
Grant v. Whittlesey (42 Tex. 320), 711. 
Granthem v. Hawley (Hob. 132), 33. 
Grantland v. Wright (5 Munf. 295), 1241. 
Grant Co. v. Colonial Mort. Co. (3 S. 

Dak. 390; 53 ST. W. Eep. 746), 1465. 
Granville v. Beaufort (1 P. Wms. 114) , 

246. 
Granville v. McNeale (7 Hare, 156), 872, 

1013, 1018. 
Grapengether v. Ferjervary (9 Iowa, 

163; 74 Am. Dec. 518), 675. 
Grattan v. Grattan (18 111. 171) , 825. 
Graves v. Blondwell (7 Me. 90), 1367. 
Graves v. Coutant (31 N. J. Eq. 763), 570, 

576. 
Graves v. Dolphin (1 Sim. 66), 1291, 1638. 
Graves v. Dugan (6 Dana. 331), 370. 
Graves, Mx parte (2 Jur. (N. S.) 651), 

1114. 
Graves v. Graves (3 Y. & J. 170) , 359. 
Graves v. Graves (3 Mete. 167), 372, 374. 
Graves v. Graves (29 N". H. 142), 212, 267. 
Graves v. Long (87 Ky. 441), 1398. 
Graves v. Pinchback (47 Ark. 470; 1 S. 

W. Eep. 682), 1564, 1583. 
Graves v. Reed (12 S. W. Eep. 550), 1644. 
Graves v. Strahan (8 De G., M. & G. 

291), 1102. 
Graves v. Waterman (63 N. Y. 657), 392, 

1178, 1179. 
Graver's Appeal (50 Pa. St. 189), 1175, 

1667, 1678. 
Gray v. Bell (4 Watts, 410), 1406. 
Gray v. Dougherty (25 Cal. 266), 1667, 

1678. 
Gray v. Partners' Exch. Bank (105 Cal. 

60; 38 Pac.Eep. 519), 400, 460. 
Gray v. Pox (1 N. J. Eq. 259), 1102, 1198, 

1211, 1213. 
Gray v. Gray (1 Ch. Cas. 296), 1324. 
Gray v. Gray (11 Ir. Ch. 218) , 130. 
Gray v. Gray (13 Neb. 453), 339, 340. 
Grayi>. Graydon (2 Atk. 16), 1046. 
Gray v. Haig (20 Beav. 219), 1175. 
Gray v. Henderson (71 Pa. St. 368), 1037. 
Gray v. Hill (10 S. & E. 436), 1318, 1329. 
Gray v. Holland (9 Ore. 513). 710. 
Gray v. Hook (4 N. Y. 449), 556. 
Gray v. Lynch (8 Gill, 403), 894, 979, 1016. 

1089, 1100, 1213. 
Gray v. Mansfield (1 Ves. 379), 413, 426. 
Gray v. Mathias (5 Ves. 286), 560. 
Gray v. May (16 Ohio, 66), 1600. 
Gray v, Obear (64 Ga. 231), 1291. 
Gray v. Perry (51 Ga. 180), 15S2, 1634. 
Gray v. Eeamer (11 Bush, 113), 1236. 
Gray v. Eobb (4 Heisk. 74), 655, 666. 
Gray v. Eump (20 Hill Eq. 6), 91. 



Gray v. Shaw (14 Mo. 341), 1095, 1109, 

1470. 
Gray v. Siggers (L. E. 15 Ch. D. 74), 1178, 

1437. 
Gray v. Ulrich (8 Kan. 112), 1625. 
Gray v. Viers (33 Md. 18), 1(97. 
Gray v. Worst (129 Mo. 122; 31 S. W. 

Eep. 585), 1482. 
Graydon v. Hicks (2 Atk. 18), 244, 1043. 
Great Falls Mfg. Co, v. Worster (23 N. 

H. 470), 38. 
Greave v. Atkinson (68 Miss. 598; 10 So. 

Eep. 73), 345. 
Greaves v. Mattison (T. Jones, 201), 

1528. 
Grecet'. Helm (91 Mich. 450; -51 N. W. 

Eep. 1106), 1345. 
Greedy v. Lavender (13 Beav. 62), 682. 
Greeley v. Percival (21 Fla. 535), 1396. 
Green v. Allen (5 Humph. 170), 750, 770. 
Green v. Ball (4 Bush, 586) , 500, 620. 
Greer v. Baughman (13 Md. 257), 232. 
Green v. Belchler (1 Atk. 505), 839. 
Green v. Biddle (8 Wheat. 1), 607, 688, 

1434. 
Green v. Blackwell (31 N. J. 37), 897. 
Green v. Blair (9 Wis. 352), 402. 
Green v. Bogue (158 U. S. 478; 15 S. Ct. 

Eep. 975) , 525, 
Green v. Brooks (81 Cal. 328), 198, 1565. 
Green v. Carlill (L. E. 4 Ch. D. b82), 

657. 
Green v. Cates (73 Mo. 122), 72. 
Greer v. Chester (62 Hun, 329; 131 N. Y. 

629), 1762. 
Green v. Claiborne (83 Va. 386), 1073. 
Green v. Collins (6 Ired. 139), 254. 
Green v. Dennis (6 Cow. 304), 18. 
Green v. Dietrich (114 111. 636), 358. 
Green v. Ekins (2 Atk. 476), 838. 
Green v. Engelman (39 Mich. 460), 1466. 
Green, Ex parte (1 J. & W. 253), 832, 836, 

841, 988, 1563. 
Green v. Polgham (1 Sim. 398), 33. 
Green v. Pox (12 B. Mon. 190), 1690. 
Green v. Gaston (56 Miss. 748), 1515. 
Green v. Goodal (1 Cold. 404), 549. 
Green v. Green (4 Eedf. 357), 859, 879. 
Green v. Green (14 N. Y. Sup. Ct. 492) , 

286. 
Green v. Green (2 Jon. & La. 529) , 1079. 
Green v. Haig (20 Beav. 152 n.), 1564. 
Green v. Hamburg (2 Brock. 403), 1056. 
Green v. Howard (1 Bro. Ch. 33), 166, 

641. 
Green, In re (2DeG., F. & J. 121), 1132. 
Green v. Lowe (3 Bro. Ch. 218), 1324. 
Green v. McBeth (12 Bich. Eq. s!54), 

1092. 
Green v. Marsden (1 Drew. 646), 52, 128. 



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Green v. Miller (6 Johns. 39; 5 Am. Dec. 

184), 1122. 
Green v. Mumf ord (4 B. I. 313) , 961, 1061. 
Green v. NIson (23Beav. 630), 380. 
Green v. Otte (1 S. & S. 250), 678, 682. 
Green v. Otter (3B. Mon. 102), 1559. 
Green v. Pledger (3 Hare, 171), 1670. 
Green v. Putney (1 Md. Oh. 262), 907, 

1057, 1673, 1689. 
Green v. Binteln (2 Dem. 243), 1036. 
Green v. Butherford (1 Ves. 468), 18, 785. 
Green v. Sergeant (23 Vt. 466), 401. 
Green v. Slayter (4 Johns. Ch. 46), 478. 
Green v. Spicer (1 Buss. & Myl. 395), 

1269, 1638. 
Green v. Sprague Manfg. Co. (52 Oonn. 

330), 1384. 
Green v. Sutton (50 Mo. 186), 1264. 
Green v. Trieber (3 Md. 11), 1360, 1367. 
Green v. White (7 Blackf. 242), 452. 
Green v. Winter (1 Johns. Ch. 26; 7 Am. 

Dec. 475), 329, 330, 413, 950, 1025, 1152, 

1153, 1171, 1402, 1687, 1711. 
Greene v. Beatty (Coxe, 142), 961. 
Greene v. Covilland (10 Cal. 317), 191. 
Greene v. Cramer (2 Con. & Law. 64), 99. 
Greene v. Dennis (6 Conn. 293), 22. 
Greene v. Smith (17 E. I. 28), 987,1193. 
Greenfell v. Dean (2 Beav. 550), 38. 
Greenfield v. Bates (5 Ir, Ch. 219), 419. 
Greenfield's Estate (14 Pa. St. 489), 75, 

152, 292, 416, 418. 
Greenfield's Estate (24 Pa. St. 232), 431, 

1694. 
Greenhill v. Greenhill (2 Vera, 679; Pr. 

Ch. 320), 298, 1529. 
Greenhouse, Ex parte (1 Madd. 92), 897, 

1575. 
Greenland^. Waddell (116 N. T. 234; 15 

Am. St. Eep. 409), 858. 
Greenlaw v. King (5 Lond. Jur. 18), 

207. 
Greenleaf v. Mumf ord (50 Barb. 343; 35 

How. 148), 1403. 
Greenleaf v. Queen (1 Pet. 138), 1093, 

1096. 
Greeno v. Bernard (18 Kan. 518), 678. 
Greenough v. Wells (10 Cush. 571) , 613. 
Greensboro Bank v. Chambers (30 Gratt. 

202; 32 Am. Eep. 661), 653, 667, 711. 
Greenslade v. Dare (20 Beav. 285), 13. 
Green Tree Brew. Co. v. Dold (45 Mo. 

App. 603), 188. 
Greenville Academy (7 Bich. Eq. 470), 

18, 902, 1130. 
Green well v. Greenwell (5 Ves. 194), 834, 

836, 837, 839, 1561. 
Greenwood v. Borland (4 Met. 330), 900. 
Greenwood v. Coleman (34 Ala. 115), 922, 

923, 926, 941, 943, 1268. 



Greenwood v. Wakeford (1 Beav. 576) , 

890, 897, 902, 1233. 
Greenwood's Appeal (92 Pa. St. 181), 

377. 
Greer v. Baughman (13 Md. 257) , 358. 
Greer v. Chester (131 N. T. 629), 110. 
Greer v. Edgerly (18 S. W. Eep. 531), 

187. 
Greetham v. Colton (34 Beav. 615), 1664. 
Gregg v. Coates (23 Beav. 337), 181. 
Gregg v. Irish (6 Pa. St. 211), 749. 
Gregor v. Duncan (2 Desaus. 639) , 480. 
Gregory v. Gregory (Cowp. 201; Jac. 

631), 465, 467. 
Gregory v. Henderson (4 Taunt. 773), 

938. 
Gregory v. Smith (9 Hare, 708), 123, 125. 
Gregory v. Stetson (133 U. S. 686), 1729. 
Gregorys. Van Vleck (21 Tex. 40), 711. 
Gregory v. Winston (23 Gratt. 102) , 552. 
Grenfell v. Girdlestone (2 Y. & C. 662), 

981. 
Gresley v. Mousley (4 De G. & J. 78), 

419. 
Greswold v. Marsham (2 Ch. Ca. 170), 

978. 
Grevenor v. Hallum (Amb. 645) , 259. 
Greville v. Brown (7 H. L. Cas. 689), 

1355. 
Grey v. Grey (Finch, 338; 1 Ch. Ca. 296), 

27. 
Grey v. Grey (2 Swanst. 597), 307, 366, 

368, 369. 
Grider v. Payne (9 Dana, 190), 383. 
Gridley v. Westbrook (23 How. 503), 

1023. 
Gridley v. Weygant (23 How. 500), 1023. 
Gridly v. Andrews (8 Conn. 1), 1352. 
Grier v. Grier (L. E. 5 H. L. 688), 101. 
Grieveson v. Kirsopp (2 Keen, 653), 624, 

626, 629, 631. 
Grifanu. Banks (37 N. T. 621), 722. 
GrifHn v. Blanchard (17 Cal. 70), 388, 

434, 435, 993. 
Griffln v. Brady (39 L. J. Ch. 136), 1680. 
Grimn v. Cammaek (36 Ala. 695; 7£ Am. 

Dec. 344) , 674. 
Griffin v. Earle (34 S. Car. 246; 13 S. E. 

Eep. 473), 710. 
Griffin, Ex parte (2 Gill & J. 116), 1122, 

1123, 1128. 
Griflln v. Fleming (72 Ga. 697), 1434. 
Griffln v. Ford (1 Bosw. 123) , 1003, 1027. 
Griffin v. Graham (1 Hawks, 96), 111, 

753, 770, 1524. 
Griffln v. Griffln (18 N. J. Eq. 104), 601. 
Griffin, In the goods of (2 Ir. Eq. 320), 

861. 
Griffln v. Macaulay (7 Gratt. 476), 1127, 

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Griffin v. Marine Co. (52 111. 131), 1099, 

1495, 1488, 1490. 
Griffin v. Marquardt (17 N. T. 28), 1408. 
Griffin v. Rogers (38 Pa. St. 382), 1360. 
Griffith v. Bird (22 Gratt. 73), 834. 
Griffith v. BucMe (2 Vern. 13), 90, 92, 

101, 102. 
Griffith v. Godey (113 U. S. 89) , 377. 
Griffith v. Griffith (5 B. Mon. 113), 25, 50, 

654. 
Griffith v. Griffith (1 Hon*. Oh. 153), 449, 

452. 
Griffith v. Griffith (9 Paige, 315), 443, 

445. 
Griffith v. Hamilton (12 Ves. 310) , 260. 
Griffith v. Hood (2 Ves. 452), 645. 
Griffith v. Ricketts (7 Hare, 307) , 1317. 
Griffith v. Rogers (Pr. Ch. 231) , 246. 
Griffith v. State (2 Del. Ch. 421), 750. 
Griffith-Boscawen v. Scott (L. R. 20 Ch. 

D. 358), 1001. 
Griffiths v. Evans (5 Beav. 241), 128, 

129. 
Griffiths, In re (1 Low. Dec. 431), 1409. 
Griffiths v. Porter (25 Beav. 236), 1194, 

1234,1244, 1591. 
Griffiths v. Pruen (11 Sim. 2C2), 893. 
Griffitts v. Cope (17 Pa. St. 96), 749. 
Griffittsi). Ricketts (7 Hare, 307), 1329. 
Griffiths v. Robins (3 Madd. 191), 293, 

431. 
Grigby v. Cox (1 Ves. 517), 645. 
Griggs v. Cocks (4 Sim. 438), 204, 534. 
Griggs v. Sturgis (5 Hare, 93), 975. 
Griggs v. Veghte (47 N. J. Bq. 179), 1002, 

1066, 1131. 
Grill v. Lomax (89 Ala. 420), 492. 
Grimball v. Cruse (70 Ala. 534), 959, 1057, 

1674, 1686. 
Grimes v. Harmon (35 Ind. 198; 9 Am. 

Rep. 690), 747, 777, 789, 796, 797. 
Grimes Dry Goods Co. v. Malcolm (17 

Sup. Ct. Rep. 150), 1728. 
Grimshaw v. Walker (12 Ala. 101), 1369, 

1373. 
Grimsley v. Grimsley (79 Ga. 397; 5 S. E. 

Rep. 760) , 1743. 
Grimstone v. Carter (3 Paige, 421), 446. 
Grimstone, Exparte (Amb. 706), 829. 
Grinnan v. Long (22 W. Va. 693) , 1571. 
Grissell v. Leather (68 L. T. 522) , 1436. 
Grlsson v. Hill (17 Ark. 483), 749, 1524. 
Grist v. Forehand (36 Miss. 69), 847. 
Griswold v. Butter (3 Conn. 227), 1314. 
Griswold v. North Storington (5 Conn. 

367), 1048. 
Griswold v. Perry (7 Lans. 103), 1085, 

1105. 
Griswold©. Wandler (5 N. H. 492), 1255. 
Gritton v. McDonald (3 Met. 252), 575. 



Groesbeck v. Seeley (13 Mich. 329), 263 

309, 374. 
Groff v. National Bank of Commerce 

(50 Minn. 234; 52 N. W. Rep. 934), 1472. 
Groff v. Rohrer (35 Md. 327), 339. 
Groom v. Booth (1 Drew. 548), 1665. 
Groom v. Thompson (16 S. W. Rep. 369), 

1567. 
Groome v. Belt (171 Pa. St. 74), 1596. 
Groomee. Lewis (23 Md. 137; 87 Am. 

Dec. 563), 950. 
Groome's Estate, In re (94 Cal. 69; 29 

Pac. Rep. 487), 324. 
Groover j>. Rush (27 Tex. 231), 47. 
Gross v. Moore (68 Hun, 412; 22 N. Y. 

Supl. 1019), 87. 
Gross v. Reddig (45 Pa. St. 4C6) , 689. 
Grossman Cruger (7 Hun, 60), 699. 
Grosvenor v. Allen (9 Paige, 74), 436. 
Grosvenora. Day (Clarke, 109), 1503. 
Grothe's Appeal (13 Pa. St. 585; 26 W. N. 

C. 265), 989. 
Grothe's Estate (135 Pa. St. 586), 1296. 
Groton v. Ruggles (17 Me. 137), 863, 885. 
Groton v. Waldborough (11 Me. 306), 556. 
Grouch v. Hazelburst Lumber Co. (16 

So. Rep. 496), 194, 536. 
Grover v. Diflenderfer (11 Gill & J. 15), 

678. 
Grover v. Fox (36 Mich. 461), 1487, 1505. 
Grover v. Grover (3 Md. Ch. Dec. 349), 

1388. 
Grover v. Radcliff (63 Md. 496), 657. 
Groves v. Clark (IKeen, 138), 684. 
Groves v. Fulsome (16 Mo. 543) , 218. 
Groves v. Gordon (3 Brev. 245), 967. 
Groves v. Groves (3 T. & J. 170) , 256, 270, 

307, 358, 363,364. 
Groves v. Perkins (6 Sim. 576), 684. 
Groves' Trusts, In re (3 Gift. 675), 678. 
Gruhn v. Richardson (128 111. 178), 574. 
Grumball v. Patton (70 Ala. 626) , 111. 
Grumley v. Webb (44Mo. 444; 100 Am. 

Dec. 304), 398, 413, 877, 1184. 
Gschwend v. Estes (51 Cal. 134) . 1400. 
Gude v. Worthington (3 De G. & S. 389), 

167, 614, 625, 626. 
Guerrant v. Fowler (1 Hem. & M. 4) , 36. 
Guerrero v. Ballerino (48 Cal. 118), 403. 
GuidOttv. Guidott (3 Atk.2 54), 298, 299. 
Guilds. Guild (16 Ala. 121), 35, 36, 678. 
Guion v. Melvin (69 N. Car. 242), 902. 
Guion v. Pickett (42 Miss. 77), 865, 867, 

907, 987. 
Guion v. Williams (65 Hun, 605; 7 N. T. 

Supl. 786), 55. 
Guishaberu. Hairman (2 Bush, 320), 655. 
Gulick v. Bailey (5 Halst. 87), 656. 
Gulick v. Bruere (42 N. J. Eq. 639; 9 Atl. 

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Gulieku. Gulick (39N. J. Eq. 401), 75. 
Gully v. Crego (24 Beav. 185) , 128. 
Gully v. Hull (31 Miss. 20), 667, 669. 
Gully v. Ray (18 Ky. 113), 964. 
Gumbert, Appeal of (110 Pa. St. 496), 

259. 
Gundry v. Pinniger (14 Beav. 94), 631. 
Gunn v. Blair (9 Wis. 352), 1676. 
Gunnell v. Coekerill (79 111. 79) , 1504. 
Gunter v. Williams (40 Ala. 561) , 704 . 
Gunther v. Gunther (23 Beav. 571), 

978. 
Gunther, Inre (3 Dem. 386), 847. 
Guphill v. Ford (7 Ired. 418), 1260. 
Guphillw. Isbell (1 Bailey, 230; 19 Am. 

Dec. 675), 951,956, 1114. 
Gutoh v. Fosdick (48 N. J. Eq. 353), 1533. 
Guth v, Guth (3Bro. Ch- 614), 720, 723. 
Guthrie v. Field (21 Ark. 379) , 364. 
Guthrie v. Gardner (19 Wend. 414), 307, 

334, 339, 354, 357, 366. 
Guy v. Peakes (18 Ves. 196) , 685. 
Guyer v, Maynard (6 Gill & J. 420), 928, 

940, 1067. 
Guyton v. Shane (7 Dana, 498), 1123. 
Gwilliams v. Rowell (Hard. 204), 180. 
Gwynn v. Gwynn (27 S. Oar. 525), 258. 
Gwynne v. Heaton (1 Bro. Ch. 1), 282, 

480. 
Gyett ^.Williams (2 Johns. & H. 429) , 

1355. 

H. 

Haackw. Weicker (118 N. T. 67), 917, 

1092. 
Haavenu. Hoass (60 Minn. 313; 62 Mo. 

110), 310. 
Habergham v. Vincent (2 Ves. Jr. 209), 

141, 142, 143, 242, 977, 1009. 
Habrisi). Oarstarphen (69 N. Car. 416), 

403. 
Hackett v. Metcalfe (6 Bush, 352), 706. 
Haekett v. Reynolds (4 R. I. 512), 602. 
Hackney v. Butts (41 Ark. 393), 418. 
Hackney v. Vrooman (62 Barb. 650), 73, 

93. 
Haddelsey ». Adams (22 Beav. 276), 113, 

924, 929. 
Hadden v. Chora (8 B. Mon. 70), 748, 

1559. 
Haddix v. Haddix (5 Litt. 202), 383. 
Haddow v. Lundy (59 N. Y. 320), 1634. 
Hadley v. Beedom (L. R. (1895) 1 Q. B. 

646), 1380. 
Hadley v. Clinton, etc. Co. (13 Ohio St. 

502; 82 Am. Dec. 451), 489, 492. 
Hadley v. Hopkins Academy (14 Pick. 

240), 748, 777, 785, 788. 
Hadley v. London Bank of Scotland (3 

DeG.,J. &S. 63), 585. 



Hadley's Trust, In re (5 De G. & S. 67 ; 9 

Eng. L. &Eq. 67), 867, 891. 
Hadow v. Hadow (9 Sim. 438) , 184, 229. 
Hafner v. Irwin (1 Irtd. Law, 490), 1369. 
Hagan v. Piatt (48 ST. J. Eq. 206), 1425. 
Hagann. Varney (147111. 281; 35 N. E. 

Rep. 219), 106. 
Haggarty v. MeCanna (25 N. J. Eq. 51), 

1025. 
Haggarty v. Lauterman (30 N. J. Eq. 

37), 1036, 1072. 
Haggerty v. Main (56 Md. 526), 464. 
Haggerty v. Palmer (6 Johns. Ch. 437), 

1408. 
Haglar v. MeCombs (66 N. Car. 345), 

1715. 
Hahnw. Hutchinson (159 Pa. St. 133; 28 

Atl. Rep. 167), 108, 1301. 
Haigh, Ex parte (11 Ves. 403), 600. 
Haigh v. Kaye (L. R. 7 Ch. 469), 218, 255, 

263, 312. 
Haighta. McVeigh (69111. 624), 705. 
Haight v. Pearson (11 Utah, 51; 39 Pac. 

Rep. 479), 423. 
Haigoodjj. Wells (1 Hill Eq. 69), 1175. 
Haines v. Allen (78Ind. 100), 737. 
Haines v. Mead (52 N. Y. 332) , 170. 
Haines v. O'Connor (10 Watts, 315), 364. 
Hale v. Baker (60 Tex. 217), 585. 
Hale v. Everett (59 N. H. 9), 789, 790, 

797. 
Hale v. Hale (146 111. 227; 33 N. E. Rep. 

858), 42, 918. 
Hale v. Hale (137 Mass. 168), 1037. 
Hale v. Lamb (2 Eden, 292), 146. 
Halew. Marquette (69 Iowa, 376), 155. 
Hale v. Marsh (100 Mass. 465), 108. 
Hale v. Sheldrake (60 L. T. 292), 1257. 
Haleyburton v. Kershaw (3 Desaus. . 

105), 1322. 
Halfordu. Stains (16 Sim. 488), 238. 
Hall v. Bumstead (20 Pick. 2), 1320. 
Hall v. Boyd (6 Pa. St. 270), 1127,1234. 
Hall j). Carter (2 Atk. 368), 1529. 
HallD. Christy (8 Neb. 264), 708. 
Hall v. Click (5 Ala. 363), 569. 
Hall v. Congdon (56 N. H. 270), 308, 361. 
Hallr. Cushing (9 Pick. 395), 853, 856, 

858,895,893,1020,1192. 
Hall v. Dennison (17 Vt. 311), 1357, 1368. 
Hdll v. Dewes (Jacobs, 189), 980. 
Hall v. Doran (13 Iowa, 368), 364, 368. 
Hall ii. Dotson (55 Tex. 520), 711. 
Hall u. Franck (11 Beav. 519), 1124. 
Hall v. Gould (79 111. 16), 1488. 
Hall v. Hall (L. R. 8 Ch. App. 436), 158, 

273, 293. 
Hall v. Hall (50 Conn. 104), 579. 
Hall v. Hall (L. R. 14 Eq. 365), 163, 272, 

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Hall i). Hall (107 Mo. 101; 17 S. W. Eep. 

811), 356. 
Hall v. Hallett (1 Cox, 134), 400, 1667, 

1678. 
Hall v. Harris (3 Ired. Eq. 289), 1722. 
Hall v. Hurt (2 J. & H. 76), 1526. 
Hall v. Linn (8 Colo. 264), 521, 522. 
Hall v. MeDuff (24 Me. 311). 603. 
Hall v. Marston (17 Mass. 575), 1363. 
Hall v. May (3 Kay & J. 585), 872, 1018. 
Hall v. Naylor (18 N. T. 688; 75 Am. Dec. 

269) , 492. 
Hall v. Otis (77 Me. 122), 1630. 
Hall v. Palmer (3 Hare, 532), 560. 
Hall v. Short (81 N. Car. 273), 709. 
H-illu. Simmons (2 Rich. Eq. 12(1), 1592. 
Hall v. Sprigg (7 Mar. (La.) 243), S09. 
Halli>. Timmons (2Eieh. Eq. 120), 381. 
Hall v. Waterhouse (W. N. (1867) 11) , 

243. 
Hall v. Williams (120 Mass. 344), 1269, 

1294. 
Hall V. Young (37 N. H. 134), 308, 371. 
Hall's Appeal (133 Pa. St. 351) ,1114. 
Halle v. Einstein (34 Pla.589;16So. Eep. 

554), 660, 705. 
Hallett v. Collins (10 How. 174), 282, 465. 
Hallett v. Hallett (2 Paige, 15), 1732. 
Hallett's Estate, In re (L. R. 13 Cta. D. 

696), 204, 434, 534, 1625. 
Hallett v. Thompson (5 Paige, 583), 1274, 

1640. 
Hailey v. Ball (66 111. 250), 705. 
Halliday v. Hudson (3 Ves. 211), 242. 
Hallman's Estate (13 Phila. 562), 1183. 
Halloek v. De Minn (2 Thomp. & C. 

351), 699. 
Hallows v. Lloyd (L. R. 39 Ch. D. 666), 

1195, 1196. 
Halsey v. Convention (75 Md. 275; 23 

Atl. Eep. 781), 734, 753. 
Halsey v. Van Amringe (6 Paige, 12), 

1687. 
Halsey v. Whitney (4 Mason, 206), 1318, 

1329, 1368, 1375, 1376. 
Halsley v.FuUz (76 Va. 671), 562. 
Haltou v. Foster (L. E. 3 Ch. App. 507), 

632. 
Haltum v. Corse (2 Barb. Ch. 506), 111. 
Halsted v. Meeker (3 Greeu Ch. 136), 

1212, 1213. 
Halstead v. Bank of Kentucky (4 J. J. 

Marsh. 654), 327,445. 
Halstead v. Westervelt (41 N. J. Eq. 

100), 1298. 
Ham v. Ham (68 N. H. 70), 1124. 
Ham v. Van Orden (84 N. T. 287), 34. 
Hamblet v. Steen (66 Miss. 474), 639. 
Hambleton v. Darrington (36 Md. 434), 

110. 



Hamblin v. Foltz (70 Tex. 132), 570, 577. 
Hamblin v. Warnecke (50 Tex. 203), 

1183. 
Hambriek v. N. E. Mtge. Sec. Co. (100 

Ala. 651 ; 13 So. Eep. 778), 1494. 
Hambroke v. Simmons (4 Euss. 25), 78. 
Hamer v. Sharpe (L. E. 19 Eq. 108), 1040. 
Hamer v. Sldwny (124 N. T, 550; 21 Am. 

St. Eep. 693; 27 N. E. Eep. 256), 52, 56, 

67. 
Hamer v. Tllsley (Johns. 486) , 1026. 
Hamersley v. Lambert (2 Johns. Ch, 

509), 42. 
Hamil v. White (3 J. &.L. 695), 103. 
Hamilton v. Bishop (STerg. 33; 29 Am. 

Dec. 101), 651,654, 686. 
Hamilton v. Brooks (51 Tex. 142), 711. 
Hamilton v. Buchanan (112 N". Car. 463; 

17 S. E. Rep. 159), 370, 428. 
Hamilton v. Crosby (32 Conn. 342), 1092. 
Hamilton v. Cummings (1 Johns. Cb. 

517), 564. 
Hamilton v. Denny (1 B. & B. 199), 60S. 
Hamilton v. Downer (162 111. 651; 38 N. 

E. Eep. 733), 63. 
Hamilton v. Foot (6 Ir. Eq 572), 256. 
Hamilton v. Fowlks (16 Ark. 340), 596. 
Hamilton v. Fry (2 Moll. 458), 897. 
Hamilton v. Halpin (68 Miss. 99), 1458, 

1509. 
Hamilton v. Houghton (2 Bligh, 169), 

1330, 1346, 1347. 
Hamilton v. Lubukee (51 111. 415), 1440, 

1456, 1480, 1502, 1505. 
Hamilton v. Mohun (1 P. Wms. 118; 1 

Salk. 158) , 290. 
Hamilton v. Mound City, etc. Ins. Co. 

(3Tenn. Ch. 124; 6 Lea, 402), 327, 626, 
Hamilton v. Royse (2 Sob.. & Let. 377; 2 

Sudg. V. & P. 277), 444. 
Hamilton v. Steele (22 W. Va. 348), 352. 
Hamilton v. Wright (9 CI. & Fin. Ill), 

399, 1683. 
Hamilton's Estate (74 Pa. St. 69), 816. 
Hamlin v. Hamlin (19 Me. 141), 964. 
Hammersley v. DeBill (12C1. &Fiu. 45), 

98, 542. 
Hammersley v. Smith (4 Whart. 126), 

671, 672, 934. 
Hammett v. Strickland (99 Ala. 616; 13 

So. Eep. 573), 581. 
Hammond v. Corbett (61 N. H. 312), 

708. 
Hammond v. Granger (128 Mass. 272) , 

900. 
Hammond v. Hammond (2 Bland, 306), 

1213. 
Hammond v. Hicks (1 Vera. 432), 1536. 
Hammond v. Hopkins (143 U. S. 224), 

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Hammond v. Hudson Elver, etc. Co. (20 

Barb. 378), 1404. 
Hammond v. Messenger (9 Sim. 327), 

1538. 
Hammond v. Pennock (5 Lans. 358), 

480. 
Hammond v. Peyton (34 Minn. 629), 576. 
Hammond v. Putnam (110 Mass. 235), 

987. 
Hammond w. Stanton (4 E. I. 65), 1183. 
Hamnett's Appeal (72 Pa. St. 337), 223. 
Hamrick v. Hogg (1 Dev. 350), 488. 
Hampden v. Hampden (1 Bro. P. C. 

252), 559. 
Hampden's Charities, In re (L. R. 18 

Ch. D. 310), 760. 
Hampdon v. Eice (24 Conn. 350), 747. 
Hampsonu. Pall (64 Ind. 382), 223, 308. 
Hampton v. Spencer (2 Vern. 288) , 67. 
Hanbury v. Kirkland (3 Sim. 265), 1217, 

1235. 
Hanbury v. Spooner (SBeav. 630), 803. 
Hance v. Frome (39 N. J. Eq. 324), b52. 
Hanchetti;. Briscoe (22Beav. 496), 662. 
Hancock v. Minot (8 Pick. 29), 1145, 1150, 

1322, 1324. 
Hancock Bank v, Joy (41 Me. 56S), 706. 
Hancox v. Meeker (95 N. Y. 528), 1687. 
Hand v. "Winn (52 Miss. 788), 1440. 
Handicku. Wilkes, (1 Eq. Ca. Ab. 393), 

90. 
Handley v. Wrightson (60 Md. 198), 124, 

128, 130. 
Handlin v. Davis (81 Ky. 34), 399, 1170. 
Handly v. Snodgrass (9 Leigh, 484), 1205, 

1253. 
Hands v. Hands (1 T. E. 439), 652, 624, 

629. 
Handy v. Snodgrass (9 Leigh, 484), 1255. 
Hanford Oil Co. v. First Nat. Bank (126 

111. 584), 1397. 
Hanley v. Pearson (L. R. 13 Ch. D. 549), 

104. 
Hanna v. Spotts (5 B. Mon. 862; 43 Am. 

Dec. 132), 286. 
Hannah v. Carrlngton (18 Ark. 104), 

1460. 
Hannahs v. Hammond (28 Abb. N. Cas. 

317; 19 N. Y. Supl. 883), 1589. 
Hannay v. Basham (L. E. 23 Ch. D. 195), 

1681. 
Hanner v. Moulton (138 U. S. 486), 1542. 
Hannibal, etc. E. Co. v. Green (68 Mo. 

177), 1108. 
Hanning v. Mueller (82 Wis. 235), 852, 

912, 916, 1278. 
Hannis' Estate, In re (11 Pa. Co. Ct. 

94), 149. 
Hannon v. Madden (10 Bush, 664) , 706. 
Hanson v. Berthelson (19 Neb. 433), 72. 



Hanson u. Bdgerly (29 ST. H. 343), 489, 

492, 494. 
Hanson, Ex parte (12 Ves. 349), 976. 
Hanson v. Keating (4 Hare, 1) , 676, 679. 
Hanson v. Meyer (6 East, 614), 566. 
Hanson v. Millett (55 Me. 184), 706. 
Hanson v. Worthington (12 Mil. 418), 
855, 858, 859, 882, 883, 884, 885, 944, 956. 
Hanson v. Wright (88 Tenn. 501), 929. 
Hapgood ». Fisher (34 Me. 407; 66 Am. 

Dec. 663), 103. 
Hapgood v. Jennison (2 Vt. 294), 1690. 
Hapgood v. Parkin (L. E. 11 Eq. 74), 

1057. 
Haygood». Justices (20 Ga. 845), 1668, 

1678. 
Happy v. Morton (33 111. 398), 789, 796, 

1738. 
Harbin v. Darby (28 Beav. 325), 1709. 
Harcastlew. Fisher (24 Mo. 70), 1364. 
Harcourtti. Seymour (2 Sim. 45), 1623. 
Hardin v. Darwin (66 Ala. 55), 309. 
Hardcastle Exparte (29 W. E. 615), 1174. 
Harden v. Parsons (1 Eden, 149), 1102, 

1594. 
Harden v. State (32 Kan. 637), 688. 
Harden v. Wagner (22 W. Va. 356), 1577. 
Hardenberg v. Manning (4 Dem. 437), 

1334. 
Hardenburgh v. Blair (30 N. J. Eq. 42), 

111, 1298. 
Harder v. Harder (2 Sandf . 17), 174, 357. 
Hardin v. Baird (6 Litt. 340), 162. 
Hardin v. Darwin (66 Ala. 55), 335, 339, 

349, 366. 
Hardinu. Osborne (60111. 98), 1369. 
Hardin v. Osborne (94 111. 671) , 1408. 
Harding v. Cox (1 Vern. 227) , 528. 
Harding v. Fuller (141 111. 308), 1054. 
Harding?;. Glyn (1 Atk. 469), 127,167, 

253, 614, 625, 629, 637, 1008. 
Harding v. Hardrett (temp. Finch, 9), 

441. 
Harding v. Larned (4 Allen, 426) 828, 

1102, 1198, 1202. 
Hardingham v. Nichols (3 Atk. 304), 

827, 438,442. 
Hardman v. Bowen (39 N. Y. 196), 1362. 
Hardman v. Ellames (2Myl. &K. 732). 

439. 
Hardwicke v. Hamilton (121 Mo. 465; 

26 S. W. Eep. 342), 1477), 1498. 
Hard wick b. Mynd (1 Aust. 109), 1056, 

1652. 
Harkwicke v. Vernon (4 Ves. 411; 14 

Ves. 510), 333, 1564. 
Hardy v. Brier (91 Ind. 91), 478. 
Hardy v. Holly (84 N. Car. 661), 652, 653, 

664, 665, 697. 
Hardy v. Beeves (4 Ves. 479), 1636. 



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Hardy v. Skinner (9 Ired. 191), 1367. 
Harford i!. Spurrier (1 Madd. 539), 200. 
Harford's Trusts, In re (L. E. 13 Ch. D. 

135), 904. 
Hargrave©. King (5 Ired. Bq..430), 391. 
Hargreaves v. Michell (6 Madd. 326), 

1536. 
Hargroves v. Batty (19 Ga. 230), 1625. 
Hargroves v. Chambers (30 Ga. 580), 

1400. 
Hargroves v. Meray (2 Hill S. (Car.) 

722. 
Hargroves' Trusts, In re (8 Ir. Eg.. 256), 

166, 625. 
Harker v. Eeilley (4 Del. Ch. 72), 250. 
Harland v. Binks (15 Q. B. 7:3), 1329. 
Harland ». Trigg (1 Bro. Ch. 142), 123, 

222), 125, 128. 
Harland's Accounts (5 Eawle, 323), 1699. 
Harley v. Platts (6 Eich. L. 315), 912, 917, 

943. 
Harlin v. Nation (126 Mo. 97; 27 S. W. 

Eep. 330), 1499. 
Harlow v. Cowdery (109 Mass. 183), 

1753. 
Harlow v. Dehon (111 Mass. 195), 1535. 
Harmon v. Garland (1 Mackey, 1), 705. 
Harmon ». James (7 Ind. 263), 93. 
Harmood v. Oglander (8 Ves. 127), 977, 

1324. 
Harmun v. Spear (lYeates, 553), 1350. 
Harnehall v. Orndorff (35 Md. 340), 396. 
Harnett v. Maitland (16 Mees. & W. 257), 

1026. 
Harney v. Donohue (97 Mo. 141), 327. 
Harney v. Butcher (15 Mo. 89; 55 Am. 

Deo. 131), 1053. 
Harnickell v. Orndorff (35 Md. 341), 1451. 
Harpending v. Dutch Church (16 Pet. 

492), 20. 
Harper v. Archer (28 Miss. 212), 334. 
Harper v. Ely (56 111. 179), 1445. 
Harper v. Hayes (2 Gift. 210), 947, 1094, 

1138. 
Harper v. Perry (28 Iowa, 60), 206, 423. 
Harper v. Phelps (21 Conn. 257), 133, 

136. 
Harper v. Wilkins (65 Miss. 215), 570. 
Harper's Appeal (64 Pa. St. 315), 1152. 
Harper's Appeal (111 Pa. St. 243), 1697. 
Harrer v. Wallner (20 111. 197), 705. 
Harrington v. Bigelow (11 Paige, 349), 

660. 
Harrington v. Brown (5 Pick. 519), 391, 

401. 
Harrington v. Keteltas (92 N. T. 40), 

1116. 
Harrington v. Price (3 B. & Ad. 170), 

1427. 
Harrington v. Slade (22 Biro. 166), 452. 



Harris v. Barnett (3 Gratt. 339), 71, 72, 

198. 
Harris v. Barnett (25 Miss. 183), 62. 
Harris v. Bp. of London (2 P. Wms. 

136), 247. 
Harris v. Bratton (34 S. Car. 259; 13 S. 

E. Eep. 447), 65. 
Harris v. Carney (10 Humph. 349), 527. 
Harris v. Garter (3 Stew. 233), 452. 
Harris©. Catlin (53 Tex. 8), 1454. 
Harris v. Du Pasquier (26 L. T. (N. S.) 

689; 20 Wr. 668), 254. 
Harris v. Ply (7 Paige, 421), 1352, 1356. 
Harris v. Hanks (25 Ark. 517), 574. 
Harris v. Harbeson (9 Bush, 397) , 656. 
Harris v. Harnie (37 Ark. 348), 574. 
Harris v. Harrell (117 Ind. 94), 706. 
Harris v. Harris (29 Beav. 107), 29, 904, 

1136, 1206. 
Harris v. Harris (7 Ired. Ill; 53 Am. 

Dec. 393), 664,709. 
Harris v. Harrison (78 N. Car. 202), 654. 
Harris v. Iugledew (3 P. Wms. 91), 

1355. 
Harris, In re (L. E. 15 Ch. D. 561), 813. 
Harris v. Jackson (17 S. W. Rep. 441), 

1078. 
Harris v. Lloyd (Turn. & R. 310), 512. 
Harris v. Mclntire (118 111. 275), 307, 308, 

313, 993. 
Harris v. Martin (9 Ala. 895), 1686, 1690, 

1699. 
Harris v. Morris (4 Esp. 41), 685. 
Harris v. Mott (14 Beav. 169), 672. 
Harris v. Norton (16 Barb. 264), 441, 442. 
Harris v. Petty (66 Tex. 514; 1 S. W. 

Eep. 525), 1077. 
Harris v. Eoof (10 Barb. 489), 557. 
Harris v. Sheldon (16 Atl. Eep. 828), 

1693. 
Harris v. Sumner (2Pick. 122), 1367. 
Harris v. Tremenhere (15 Ves. 34), 418. 
Harris v. Truman (L. E. 7 Q. B. Div. 

340 ; L. E. 9 Q. B. Di v . 264) , 972, 976. 
Harris v. Tyson (24 Pa. St. 347), 489, 

493. 
Harris v. Union Bank (1 Coldw. 152), 

309. 
Harris v. Williams (44 Tex. 124), 711. 
HarrisburgBank v. Tyler (3 Watts & 

S. 373), 359, 532. 
Harrison v. Boswell (10 Sim. 382), 1536. 
Harrison v. Bray (92 N. Car. 488), 1468. 
Harrison v. Bridgeton (16 Mass. 16), 

1217. 
Harrison v. Forth (Pr. Ch. 51), 445. 
Harrison v. Harrison (2Atk. 121), 380. 
Harrison v. Harrison (2 Gratt. 1) , 124. 
Harrison v. Harrison (2 Hem. &M. 237), 

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Harrison v. Harrison (36 N. T. 543), 111, 

G16. 
Harrison v. Harrison (2 Eol. Eccl. 406), 

893. 
Harrison v. Howard (1 Ired. Eq. 407), 

71. 
Harrison v. Hoyle (24 Ohio St. 254), 789, 

793. 
Harrison v. Mocks (10 Ala. 185), 426, 

1050, 1051, 1115, 1215, 1358, 1402. 
Harrison ji. Naylor (3 Bro. Ch. 108; 2 

Cox, 274), 114, 1528. 
Harrison v. Randall (9 Hare, 407) , 992. 
Harrison v. Roberta (6 Fli. 711), 1493. 
Harrison v. Rovan (4 Wash. 202), 1722. 
Harrison v. Rowley (4 Ves. 212) , 893. 
Harrison*;. Sterry (5 Cranch, 289), 1415. 
Harrison v. Union Trust Co. (144 K. Y. 

326; 39 N. E. Rep. 353), 905. 
Harrison v. Warner (1 Blackf. 385), 

1679. 
Harrison's Trusts, In re (22 L. J. Ch. 

69), 905. 
Harrison's Will (1 B. Mon. 351), 424. 
Harrnld v. Lane (55 Pa. St. 268) , 308, 416. 
Harry v. Glover (2 Hill Eq. 515) , 1222. 
Hart v. Crane (7 Paige, 37), 1395, 1402, 

1403. 
Hart v. Czapski (11 Lea, 151), 847. 
Hart v. Denham (W. N. 1871, p. 2), 1576. 
Hart v. Hart (L. R. 18 Ch. D. 670), 725. 
Hart«. Middlehurst (3 Atk. 371), 102, 

105. 
Hart j). Seymour (147 111. 598; 35 N. E. 

Rep. 246), 62, 84, 1279. 
Hart v. Ten Eyck (2 Johns. Ch. 108), 

387, 1120, 1136, 1174, 1175, 1228. 
Hartjj. Tribe (18 Beav. 215; 19 Beav. 

149), 128, 130, 228, 229,845. 
Hartford First Bapt. Church v. With- 

erell (3 Paige, 296), 789. 
Hartly v. Hurle (5 Ves. 545) , 656, 932. 
Hartman v. Dowdel (1 Rawle, 279), 553, 

976. 
Hartman v. Evans (38 W. Va. 669; 18 S. 

E. Rep. 810), 1470. 
Hartman's Appeal (90 Pa. St. 206), 902. 
Harton v. Harton (7 T. R. 652), 923, 924, 

930. 
Hartopp v. Hoare (3 Atk. 50), 973. 
Hart's Appeal (32 Conn. 620), 1538. 
Harvard College v. Alderman (104 Mass. 

470) , 1434. 
Harvard College v. Amory (9 Pick. 

446), 1198, 1200, 1214, 1338. 
Howard College v. Society (3 Gray 280), 

748, 817. 
Harvey v. Ashley (3 Atk. 607), 12,542. 
Harvey v. Aston (1 Atk. 361), 1041, 1043, 

1045, 1528. 



Harvey v. Cubbedge (75 Ga. 792), 1411. 
Harvey v. Gardner (41 Ohio St. 646) , 46, 

878, 879. 
Harvey v. Harvey (98 Mass. 118), 312. 
Harvey p. Harvey (2 P. Wms. 21), 836, 

837, 839, 1529. 
Harvey v. Harvey (4 Beav. 215), 1732. 
Harvey v. Harvey (5 Beav. 134) , 1159. 
Harvey v. Kelley (41 Miss. 490; 93 Am. 

Deo. 267), 576. 
Harvey v. Ledbetter (48 Miss. 95), 309. 
Harvey v. Mount (8 Beav. 434), 2'i2, 293. 
Harvey v. Pennypacker (4 Del. Ch. 445), 

66, 358. 
Harvey v. Varney (98 Mass. 118), 176. 
Harwoodrc. Oglander (8 Ves. 127), 30. 
Harwoodr. R. R. Co. (17 Wall. 78), 365. 
Harwoodi). Tooke (2 Sim. 192), 33. 
Harwood v. Tracy (118 Mo. 631 ; 24 S. W. 

Rep. 214), 874. 
Hasell, Ex parte (3 T. & C. 617) , 461. 
Haskell v. Freeman (1 Wins. 34), 250. 
Haskell v. House (3 Brev. 242), 1066, 

1067. 
Ha=kell v. Scott (56 Ind. 564), 575. 
Haskinsv. Alcott (13 Ohio St. 210), 14, 

1383. 
Haskitt v. Elliott (58 Ind. 493), 484. 
Hassanclever v. Tucker (2 Binn. 525), 

1355. 
Hassard v. Rowe (11 Barb. 24), 1025. 
Hassel v. Hassel (2 Dick. 256), 1365. 
Hasseyo. Wilke (55 Cal. 525), 435. 
Hasshagen v. Hasshagen (80 Cal. 515), 

65. 
Hastie v. Aiker (67 Ala. 313), 1534. 
Hastier. Hastle (L. R. 2 Ch. D. 304), 

653. 
Hastings v. Baldwin (17 Mass. 558), 

1357. 
Hastings v. Cutler (24 N. H. 481), 448. 
Hastings v. Drew (76 N. T. 9), 204, 224, 

368,537,597. 
Hastings v. O'Donnell (40 Cal. 148), 4<is, 

492. 
Hastings v. Orde (11 Sim. 205), 277, 278, 

934. 
Hatch v. Bas?ett (52 N.T. 359), 1746, 1747. 
Hatch v. Dwight (17Mas«. 289),!<84. 
Hatch v. Hatch (9 Ves. 292) , 259, 2s6, 2S9, 

296, 427, 552. 
Hatcher v. Winters (71 Mo. 30), 1367. 
Hatfield v. Montgomery (2 Port. 58), 

465. 
Hathaway v. Fall River Nat'l BaDk (131 

Mass^H), 1408. 
Hathaway v. Leaman (8 Bush, 391), 667. 
Hathaway v. New Baltimore (48 Mich. 

251), 751. 
Hathaway v. Taine (34 N. Y. 103), 198. 



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Hathornw. Maynard (65 Ga. 168), 1628. 
Hattat's Estate, In re (18 W. E. 416), 30, 

876. 
Hatton v. May (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 148), 1271. 
Hatton v. Weems (12 Gill & J. 83), 1175, 

1702. 
Hauer's Estate (140 Pa. St. 420), 657, 658. 
Haughton v. Harrison (2 Atk. 329), 354. 
Hausern. Shore (5 Ired. Eq. 357), 1647, 

1650, 1653. 
Havens v. Healey (15 Barb. 301), 1638. 
Havens, Inre (6 Dem. Surr. 456), 139. 
Havers v. Havers (Barn. 23), 1576. 
Haverstick u. Trudel (51 Cal. 431), 1718. 
Havlland v. Bloom (6 Johns. Ch.178), 

678. 
Hawes v. Chaille (129 Ind. 435), 574. 
Hawes v. Oakland (104 U. S. 460), 597. 
Hawes v. Wyatt (3 Bro. Ch. 156), 203. 
Hawken v. Bourne (8 Mees. & W. 703) , 

1032. 
Hawker u. Hawker (3 B. & Aid. 537; 5 

E. C. L. 386), 919, 927, 937. 
Hawkes v. Hubback (L. E. 11 Eq. 5), 

651, 668, 1274. 
Hawkins v. Allen (L. E. 10 Eq. 246), 813. 
Hawkins v. Alston (4 Ired. Eq. 137), 

1099. 
Hawkins v. Gordon (2 Sm. &Gif. 451), 

73. 
Hawkins v. Hawkins (50 Cal. 558), 478. 
Hawkins v. Hawkins (1 Dr. & Sm. 75), 

328, 15S2. 
Hawkins v. Hawkins (1 Hare, 543), 1732. 
Hawkins v. Kemp (3 East, 410), 867, 893, 

894, 895, 1009, 1013, 1056, 1082, 1089. 
Hawkins?;. Luscombe (2 Swanst. 375), 

924, 930. 
Hawkins v. Obeen (2 Ves. 659), 970. 
Hawkins v. Palmer (16 S. W. Eep. 274), 

326. 
Hawkins v. Eoss (100 Ala. 459; 14 So. 

Eep. 278), 660, 704. 
Hawkins v. Skeggs (10 Humph. 31), 

1043. 
Hawkins v. Thurman (1 Idaho, 698), 

674. 
Hawkins' Appeal (32 Pa. St. 263), 286, 

288. 
Hawkins' Trusts, In re (33 Beav. 570), 

893. 
Hawks v. Sailors (87 Ga. 234; 13 S. E. 

Eep. 638), 66,145. 
Hawley v. Bullock (29 Tex. 216), 440. 
Hawley v. Cramer (4 Cow. 730), 206, 392, 

393, 395, 399, 400, 419, 423, 461, 465. 
Hawley v. Gear (17 S. W. Eep. 914), 343. 
Hawley, In re (104 N. T. 250), 1687. 
Hawley v. James (5 Paige, 318 ; 16 Wend. 

61), 183, 250, 258, 380, 390, 596, 616, 895, 



964, 969, 996, 1055, 1056, 1060, 1096, 1103, 

1244, 1322, 1324, 1522, 1696, 1701, 1746. 
Hawley ». Martins (7 Johns. Oh. 174), 

394. 
Hawley v. Singer (5 Dem. 82), 1687. 
Hawley v. Tesch (88 Wis. 213; 59 N. W. 

Kep. 670), 1109. 
Hawpe v. Smith (25 Tex. Sup. 448), 455. 
Hawtayna v. Bourne (7 Mees. &, W. 695), 

1032. 
Hawthorn v. Boot (6 Bush, 501), 1728, 

1747. 
Haxton v. McClaren (132 Ind. 235; 31 N. 

E. Kep. 48), 1253, 1582, 1744. 
Hay v. Doane (11 N. J. Eq. 84), 1401, 

1402. 
Hay v. Master (6 Sim. 568), 119. 
Haydel v. Hurck (6 Mo. App. 267), 1009, 

1425. 
Hayden v. Bucklin (9 Paige, 612), 452. 
Hayden v. Connecticut Hospital (64 

Conn. 320; 30 Atl. Eep. 50), 735, 747. 
Hayden v. Marmaduke (19 Mo. 403), 

1002, 1060, 1062. 
Haydock v. Haydock (34 N. J. Eq. 570), 

292. 
Hayes v. Alliance Ins. Co. (L. E. 8 Ir. 

149), 70. 
Hayes, Ex parte (13 Jur. 765; 3 De G. & 

Sm. 485), 1563. 
Hayes v. Erey (54 Wis. 503), 1609. 
Hayes v. Ho«tetter (125 Ind. 60), 1368. 
Hayes v. Kershaw (1 Sandt. Ch. 258), 

150, 152. 
Hayso. Kindersley (2 Sm. & Gif. 197), 

712. 
Hayes v. Kingdome (1 Vera. 33), 215. 
Hayes ». Oatley (L. E. 14 Eq. 1), 1118. 
Hayes v. Pratt (147 U. S. 657; 13 Sup. Ct. 

Eep. 503), 787, 890. 
Hayes' Appeal (123 Pa. St. 110), 660. 
Hayne d. Herman (97 Cal. 259; 32 Pac. 

Eep. 171), 427. 
Haynes®. Brooks (116 N. T. 487), 1418. 
Haynes v. Sherman (117 N. T. 433), 1522. 
Hays, Ex parte (3 De G. & Sm. 485), 845. 
Hays v. Gloster (88 Cal. 560; 26 Pac. 

Eep. 367), 13, 621, 522. 
Hays ». Hollis (8 Gill, 369), 363. 
Hays v. Horine (12 Iowa, 61; 74 Am. 

Dec. 518), 575. 
Haysw. Jackson (6 Mass. 153), 144, 246, 

1322, 1324, 1560. 
Hays v. Quay (68 Pa. St. 263) , 362. 
Hays' Will, In re (9 Hare, 221) , 876. 
Haytan v. Wolfe (Cro. Jac. 614; Palm.. 

156; Hutt. 30), 869. 
Hayter, In re (32 W. E. 326) , 1191. 
Hayter v. Trego (5 Euss. 113), 770. 
Hayward v. Ellis (13 Pick. 276), 302. 



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Hay ward v. tnnn (82111. 385), 1535. 
Haywardtf. Pile (L. E. 5 Ch. 214), 1118. 
Haywood v. Cope (26Beav. 140), 492. 
Haywood v. Ensley (8 Humph. 460), 47, 

527, 1720. 
Haywood v. Craven (2 N. Car. 557), 

256. 
Hazard v. Dillon (34 fed. Rep. 485), 

1564, 1734, 1737. 
Hazell v. Currie (L. R. 2 Ch. 449). 1571. 
Hazletine v. Pourney (120 111. 493), 1101, 

1108, 1616. 
Hazletine v. Moore (21 Hun, 355), 577. 
Heacock v. Coatsworth (1 Clarke, 84), 

413. 
Head v. Egerton (1 Vern. 246), 438. 
Head v. Head (3 Atk. 550), 685, 722. 
Head v. Miller (45 Minn. 446) , 14U9. 
Head v. Providence Ins. Co. (2 Cranch, 

127), 19, 21. 
Head». Quilliam (92 Ga. 220; 18 S. E. 

Rep. 543), 1078. 
Head v. Temple (4 Heisk. 34), 652, 653, 

666, 710, 1073. 
Headrick v. Yount (22 Kan. 344), 455. 
Heald v. Heald (56 Md. 300), 1060, 1131. 
Heald's Petition (2 Foster, 265), 100. 
Healey v. Alston (25 Miss. 190), 977. 
Healy v. Rowan (5 Gratt. 414) , 12. 
Heard v. Eldredge (109 Mass. 258; 12 

Am. Rep. 687), 1193. 
Heardu. Hall (16 Pick. 458), 1242. 
Heard v. Marsh (12 Cush. 580), 1122. 
Heard v. Sill (26 Ga. 302), 1000. 
Heardson v. Williamson (1 Keen, 33), 

923, 1268. 
Hearle v. Greenbank (1 Ves. Sr. 304), 

11, 24, 27, 661, 839, 874, 927, 965. 
Hearst v. Pujol (44Cal. 230), 49, 50, 234, 

879. 
Heartley v. Nicholson (L. R. 19 Eq. 233), 

70. 
Heath v. Bishop (4 Rich. Eq. 46; 55 Am. 

Dec. 654), 1269, 1270, 1291, 1640, 1644. 
Heath v. Chapman (2 Drew. 417), 731. 
Heath v. Erie Ry. Co. (8 Blatchf. 347), 

1589. 
Heath v. Henley (1 Ch. Cas. 26), 1536. 
Heath v. Knapp (4 Pa. St. 228), 971. 
Heath v. Perry (3 Atk. 101), 839. 
Heath v. Van Cott (9 Wis. 625), 699. 
Heath v. Webster (40 Mich. 457), 1231. 
Heathcote v. Hulme (1 J. & W. 122), 

1255. 
Heathman v. Rogers (153 111. 143), 1410. 
Heathcote v. Paignon (2 Bro. Ch. 167), 

480. 
Heath's Appeal (100 Pa. St. 1), 525. 
Heatley v. Finster (2 Johns. Ch. 15), 

441,452. 



Heatley v. Thomas (15 Ves. 696), 645, 

697, 1009. 
Heburn v. Warner (112 Mass. 271; 17 

Am. Rep. 86), 698, 707. 
Heck v. Clippenger (5 Pa. St. 385), 654. 
Hecker v. Oosgrove (4 Russ. 562), 409. 
Heckert's Appeal (24 Pa. St. 482), 960, 

1686, 1688, 1698. 
Heckman v. Messenger (49 Pa. St. 465), 

1385. 
Hedgman, In re (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 156), 

733. 
Hedrick v. Tuckwiller (20 W. Va. 489), 

867. 
Heermans v. Burt (78 N. T. 259), 616. 
Heermans v. Ellsworth (64 N. Y. 159), 

453. 
Heermans v. Robertson (64 N. Y. 332), 

616. 
Heffernanr. Adams (7 Watts, 116), 1011. 
Hegartyv. King (L. R. 7 Ir. 18), 297. 
Hegeman v. Moor (131 N. Y. 462), 227. 
Hegenmyer v. Marks (37 Minn. 6; 5 Am. 

St. Rep. 808), 494. 
Hellman v. Messmer (75 Cal. 166; 16 

Pac. Rep. 766), 190, 307, 333. 
Heiskell v. Powell (23 W. Va. 717), 269, 

308. 
Heiskell v. Trout (31 W. Va. 810; 8 S. E. 

Rep. 557), 264. 
Heiss v. Murphy (40 Wis. 276) , 751, 756. 
Heist v. Baker (49 Pa. St. 9), 578. 
Heister v. Green (48 Pa. St. 9) , 578. 
Helen v. Yerger (61 Miss. 44), 1508. 
Helfenstine v. Garrard (7 Ohio, 275), 

911. 
Helfenstein's Estate (77 Pa. St. 328), 

151. 
Helfrich v. Obermeyer (15 Pa. St. 113), 

1362. 
Hellman, In re (L. R. 2 Eq. 363), 1132. 
Hellman v. McWilliams (70 Cal. 449), 73, 

160, 1750. 
Hellnera. Imbrie (6 S. & R. 401), 327. 
Helm v. Gilroy (28 Ore. 517), 1409. 
Helm v. Weaver (69 Tex. 143), 570. 
Helms v. Ohadbourne (45 Wis. 60), 449. 
Hemeway v. Gates (5 Pick. 522), 461. 
Hemmer v. Cooper (8 Allen, 334), 481. 
Hemmings v. Munckley (1 Bro. Ch. 

303), 1043, 1045. 
Hemming v. Neil (62 L. T. 649), 1193. 
Hemmje v. Meinen (20 N. Y. Supl. 619), 

815. 
Hemphill v. Hemphill (99 N. Car. 442), 

52. 
Hemphill's Appeal (18 Pa. St. 303), 948, 

1202, 1209, 1212, 1213, 1253. 
Hempstead v. Hempstead (2 Wend. 

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Henchman v. Attorney-General (3 Myl. 

&K. 485), 965, 966. 
Hendershott v. Henry (63 Iowa, 744), 

706. 
Henderson s. Burton (3 Ired. Eq. 259), 

578. 
Henderson s. Dodd (IBail. Eq. 138), 

1627. 
Henderson v. Downing (24 Miss. 106), 

1367. 
Hendersons. Galloway (8 Humph. 692), 

1103. 
Henderson s. Grammar (66 Cal. 332), 

. 227. 
Hendersons. Griffin (5 Pet. 151), 912. 
Henderson s. Henderson (113 N. T. 1), 

614. 
Henderson s. Hill (9 Lea, 25), 1267. 
Henderson s. Hoke (1 Dev. & Bat. Eq. 

119), 308,1722. 
Henderson s. Hunter (59 Pa. St. 335), 

749,789,930. 
Henderson s. Pierce (108 Ind. 462), 1361. 
Henderson s. Rothschild (L. E. 33 Ch. 

D. 744), 1317. 
Henderson s. Sherman (47 Mich. 267), 

1692. 
Henderson v. Vaulx (10 Terg. 30), 1437. 
Henderson s. Winchester (31 Miss. 

290), 860. 
Henderson s. Zachary (80 Ga. 98;4 S. 

E Rep. 883), 1644. 
Henderson's Appeal (31 Pa. St. 502), 

1360. 
Hendricks v. Isaacs (117 N. T. 411; 15 

Am. St. Rep. 524), 709. 
Hendricks s. Robinson (2 Johns. Ch. 

307) , 1380. 
Hendrixs. Nunn (46 Tex. 141), 377, 518. 
Hen ike s. Heineman (90 Wis. 478; 63 N. 

W. Rep. 1047), 1607. 
Hennequins. Naylor (24 N. Y. 139), 492, 

495. 
Hennershotz's Estate (16 Pa. St. 435), 

260. 
Hennessey s. Bray (33 Beav. 96), 603, 

876, 1223, 1229. 
Hennessey v. Walsh (65 N. H. 515), 309. 
Hennessey s. Western Bank (6 W. & S. 

300), 1362. 
Henninger v. Boyer (10 Pa. Co. Ct. 506), 

180. 
Henriod v. Newsbaumer (69 Mo. 96), 286, 

327. 
Henriques s. Bensusan (20 W. R. 350) , 

1317. 
Henrys. Blackburn (32 Ark. 445), 704. 
Henrys. Doctor (9 Ohio, 49), 902. 
Henry s. Milham (1 Green, 266), 1049. 
Henry s. Morgan (2 Binn. 497), 444, 1266. 



Henry s. Raiman (25 Pa. St. 354), 419, 

420, 421, 423. 
Henrys. Strong (L. R. 39 Oh. D. 443), 

1271. 
Henry County s- Winnebago, etc. Co. 

(52111. 454), 1625. 
Henry Watson Soc. s. Johnson (58 Md. 

139), 753. 
Hen9chels. Manners (120 111. 660), 231, 

500, 518. 
Henshall s. Feredy (29 L. T. (N. S.) 46), 

277, 278. 
Henson s. Eennard (3 Strob. Eq. 371), 

152. 
Henson v. Westscott (82 111. 224), 674. 
Henson v. Wright (88 Tenn. 601), 920, 

1561, 1638, 1641. 
Henvell v. Whittaker (3 Russ. 343), 1333. 
Hepburn v. Hepburn (2 Bradf. 74), 1025. 
Hepburn's Appeal (65 Pa. St. 468), 665, 

671, 672. 
Herbert, Ex parte (13 Ve9. 188), 976. 
Herbert s. Hanrick (16 Ala. 681) , 1109. 
Herbert v. Herbert (57 How. Pr. 333), 

989, 1025. 
Herbert s. Schofield (9 N. J. Eq. 492), 

576. 
Herbert s. Stevenson (3 Dem. 236), 863. 
Herbert s. Webster (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 610), 

668. 
Herbert's Case (3 P. Wms. 116), 827. 
Hereford v. Adams (7 Ves. 324), 735. 
Heriot's Hospital v Ross (12 CI. & Fin. 

507; 5 Bell App. Cas. 37), 788. 
Hermstead's Appeal (60 Pa. St. 423), 

1692. 
Hern s. Nichols (1 Salk. 289), 484. 
Herndon s. Pratt (6 Jones Eq. 326), 1636. 
Heme v. Meers (1 Vern. 465), 480. 
Herons. Heron (2 Atk. 160), 218, 282. 
Heron v. Heron (Finch Pr. Ch. 163; 

Preem. 248), 358. 
Heron s. Newton (9 Mod. 11), 245. 
Herring v. Wickham (29 Gratt. 628), 

653. 
Herring's Case (36 N. J. Eq. 359), 1176. 
Hersey s. Turbot (3 Casey, 418), 452. 
Hertell s. Bogert (9 Paige, 57), 455, 1655. 
Herzshizers. Florence (39 Ohio St. 516), 

709. 
Hesse s. Briant (6 De G. , M. & J. 623) , 

419. 
Hesss. Singler (114 Mass. 56), 107, 120, 

253. 
Hess s. Voss (52 111. 481), 206, 423. 
Hesketh v. Murphy (35 K. J. Eq. 23), 

735, 749, 763. 
Hess' Appeal (112 Pa. St. 168), 75. 
Hester v. Hunnicutt (104 Ala. 282; 16 

So. Rep. 162), 673. 



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Hester v. Wilkinson (6 Humph. 216; 44 

Am. Deo. 303), 955, 987, 1144, 1175, 1222. 
Heth v. Richmond R. Co. (4 Gratt. 482; 

50 Am. Deo. 88), 988. 
Hetzel v. Barber (6 Hun, 540), 1036. 
Hetzel v. Hetzel (69 N. Y. 1), 1012. 
Heu=>er v. Harris (42 111. 425), 747, 756, 

759, 760. 
Heustis v. Kennedy (23111. App. 42), 

688. 
Heustis v. Rivers (103 Mass. 398), 517. 
Heveningham v. Heveningham (2 

Vern. 355), 1528. 
Hewes v. Dehon (3 Gray, 205), 1145, 1147, 

1322, 1324, 1325. 
Hewett v. Hewell (2 Eden, 332), 166, 625, 

641. 
Hewitt, In re (94 Oal. 376; 29 Pac. Rep. 

775), 814. 
Hewitt v. Phelps (105 U. S. 393), 990, 

1031. 
Hewitt v. Towashend (31 Md. 336; 100 

Am. Dec. 63), 987. 
Hewitt v. Wright (IBro. Ch. 503), 299, 

301. 
Hewlett v. Cutler (137 Mass. 285), 1369. 
Hext v. Porcher (1 Strobh. Bq. 170), 

1400. 
Hexter v. Loughrey (6111. App. 362), 

1406. 
Heyer v. Burger (Hoff. Ch. 1), 724, 726. 
Heyer v. Deaves (2 Johns. Ch. 154), 

996, 1005, 1243. 
Heyman v. European, etc. Co. (L. R. 7 

Eq. 154), 494. 
Heysham v. Heysham (1 Cox, 179), 836. 
Heyward v. Cuthbert (4 Desaus. 445), 

1561, 1563. 
Heywood v. Waring (4 Camp. 291), 566. 
Hibbard v. Lamb (Amb. 309), 900, 1016. 
Hibbert v. Cooke (1 S. &S. 552), 607, 

1026, 1154, 1434, 1435. 
Hibbert v. Hibbert (3 Meriv. 681), 1058. 
Hibb's Estate (143 Pa. St. 217), 1296. 
Hickey v. Behrens (75 Tex. 488), 1482. 
Hickey v. Burt (7 Taunt. 48), 961. 
Hickey v. Thompson (52 Ark. 234), 688. 
Hickley's Estate (58 Cal. 457), 750. 
Hickman^. Messenger (49 Pa. St. 465), 

1367. 
Hickman v. Stewart (69 Tex. 255), 1178. 
Hicknkji. Scribner (3 Johns. Cas. 311), 

1729. 
Hickok v. Wood (41 Fed. Rep. 19), 1587. 
Hicks v. Chapman (10 Allen, 463), 827. 
Hicks v. Hicks (3 Atk. 274), 1255. 
Hicks v. Lovell (64 Cal. 20; 49 Am. Rep. 

679), 191. 
Hlcksonu. Fitzgerald (IMoll. 14), 888. 
Hidden v. Hidden (103 Mass. 56), 1169. 



Hidden 0. Jordan (21 Cal. 99), 231, 500, 

518, 1152. 
Hiern v. Mill (13 Ves. 120), 455. 
HIgbee v. Higbee (123 Mo. 287; 27 S. W. 

Rep. 619), 343. 
Higdon v. Higdon (57 Miss. 264), 352. 
Higgenbottom v. Peyton (3Rich.Eq. 

398), 73, 75, 1362. 
Higginbotham v. Hohn (19 Ves. 83), 

1309. 
Higgins v. Curtiss (82 111. 28), 1184, 1185. 
Higgins*;. Higgins(14Abb. N. Cas. 13), 

349. 
Higgins v. Kendall (73Ind. 522), 575. 
Higgins v. Johnson (20 Tex. 389), 348. 
Higgins v. Whitson (20 Barb. 141), 

1402. 
Higgins' Estate, In re (15 Mont. 474; 

39 Pac. Rep. 606), 1020. 
High v. Batte (lOYerg. 335), 327, 441, 

588. 
High v. Worley (55 Ala. 196), 304. 
Highberger v. Stiffler (21 Md. 338), 292. 
Hileman v. Bonslaugh (1 Harris, 351), 

116. 
Hill v. Anderson (5 S. & M. 216), 27. 
Hill v. Bank (45 N. H. 300), 339, 369. 
Hill v. Barge (12 Ala. 687), 424. 
Hill v. Bishop of London (1 Atk. 620), 

241,243. 
Hill v. Chapman (2 Bro. Ch. 231), 836. 
Hill v. Coke (L. R. 6 H. L. Cas. 265), 

636. 
Hill v. Cook (1 V. & B. 173), 243. 
Hill v. Cornwall's, etc. (26 S. W. Rep. 

640), 160. 
Hill«. Den (54 Cal. 6), 52, 1118. 
Hill v. Eldred (49 Cal. 398), 603. 
Hill, Exparte (32 L. J. Ch. 164), 412. 
Hill v. Fogg (41 Mo. 562) . 597. 
Hill v. Frazier (22 Pa. St. 320) , 1184. 
Hill f. Gray (1 Starkie, 352) , 481. 
Hill v. Hill (2 Hayw. 298), 144. 
Hill v. Hill (3 V. & B. 183) , 353, 839. 
Hlllv. Josselyn (13 Sm. & M. 597), 1122, 

1130. 
Hill v. Myers (43 Pa. St. 170) , 198. 
Hill v. Paul (8 CI. & Fin. 295), 38. 
Hill v. Pine River Bank (45 N. H. 300), 

708. 
HillK. Pollard (132 Ind. 588; 32 N. E. 

Rep. 564), 324. 
Hill v. Pritchard (Kay, 394), 1080. 
Hill v. Eeardon (2 Russ. 608), 34. 
Hill v. Simpson (7 Ves. 152), 455,456, 

1173. 
Hill v. Spencer (Amb. 641), 560. 
Hill v. Spurgeon (L. R. 29 Ch. D. 348), 

1669.1671. 
Hill n. State (2 Ark. 604), 980. 



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Hillary v. Waller (12 Ves. 239), 980, 981, 

983, 985. 
Hiller v. Ellis (72 Miss. 701), 1372. 
Hillman v. Westwood (L. R. 3 Eq. 142), 

900. 
Hill's Trusts, In re (L. E. 16 Ch. D. 173), 

813. 
Hills v. Downton (5 Ves. 564), 622. 
Hillyar.l v. Miller (10 Pa. St. 326), 749, 

821. 
Hillyer v. Bennett (3 Edw. Ch. 544), 27. 
Hilton v. Kenworthy (3 East, 653), 928. 
Hinchclifle v. Hinchcllfle (3 Ves. 516), 

1628. 
Hinchcllfle t>. Westwood (2 De G. & 

Sm. 216), 638. 
Hinder. Blake (3 Beav. 234), 1328, 1571. 
Hinde v. Vattier (1 McLean 110), 453, 

460. 
Hindleyv. Westmeath (6B. & Cr. 200), 

686, 721. 
Hindman v. Dill (11 Ala. 689), 1368. 
Hindmarsh v. Southgate (3 Buss. 324), 

2*7, 1223. 
Hindson v. Wetherill (5 De G., M. & G. 

301), 296,396, 424,614. 
Hinckley v. Hinckley (79 Me. 320; 9 Atl. 

Bep. 897), 1727, 1744. 
Hinckley v. McLarens (1 Myl. & K. 27), 

632, 642. 
Hinckley v. Williams (1 Cush. 490; 48 

Am. Dec. 642) , 950, 1139. 
Hinckley's Estate (58 Cal. 457), 756. 
Hine v. Stephens (3? Conn. 504), 1048. 
Hinesc. Light (83 Iowa, 738; 49 N. W. 

Bep. 105), 188. 
Hiness). Perkins (2 Heisk. 395), 585. 
Hines». Spruille (2 Dev. & B. Eq. 93), 

1320. 
Hlnes v. State (10 Sm. & M. 529), 847. 
Hinklea. Wanzer (17 How. 353), 33, 334. 
Hinkson v. Williams (41 N. J. L. 35), 660, 

709. 
Hinson v. Williamson (74 Ala. 180), 1236. 
Hinton v. Fox (3 Litt. 381), 462. 
Hinton v. Hinton (2 Ves. 633), 976. 
Hinvesa Hinves (3 Hare, 609), 1177. 
Hinxman v. Paynder (5 Sim. 546), 128. 
Hlntze v. Stingel (1 Md. Ch. 283), 1110. 
Hippie v. Bice (28 Pa. St. 406), 565. 
Hirsh v. Auer (146 N. Y. 13; 40 N. E. 

Bep. 397), 74. 
Hiscock v. Norton (42 Mich. 320), 570, 

676, 590. 
Hitch v. Leworthy (2 Hare, 205), 1005, 

1244. 
Hitch v. Stonebreaker (125 Mo. 128; 28 

Mo. App. 443), 874. 
Hitchcock v. Bank of U. S. (7 Ala. 386), 

856. 



Hitchcock v. Clendenen (12 Beav. 534), 

682. 
Hitchcock v. Eiely (41 Conn. 611), 706. 
Hitner's Appeal (54 Pa. St. 110), 726. 
Hitz v. Nat. Life Ins. Co. (3 Me- 

Arthur, 170), 1498. 
Hix v. Gosling (1 Lea, 560), 665. 
Hoag^. Hoag (35 N. T. 469), 1393, 1749, 

1750. 
Hoare v. Harris (11 111. 24), 1107, 1241. 
Hoare v. Osborne (L. E. 1 Eq. 585), 731, 

765. 
Hoare ». Peck (6 Sim. 51), 1536. 
Hoare's Case (20 Beav. 226), 993, 1032, 

1033. 
Hoare's Trusts (4 Gifl. 254), 104. 
Hobartu. Andrews (21 Pick. 526), 1724. 
Hobart v. Suffolk (2 Vern. 644) , 242, 261. 
Hobbs v. Harlan (10 Lea, 268; 43 Am. 

Bep. 309), 830. 
Hobbs v. Hull (1 Cox, 445), 721, 722. 
Hobbs v. Norton (1 Vern. 136), 4-36. 
Hobba v. Wayet (L. E. 36 Ch. D. 256), 

1701. 
Hobday v. Peters (28 Beav. 140; 6 Jur. 

(N. S.) 794), 425, 1592. 
Hobridge v. Gillespie (2 Johns. Ch. 

30), 329. 
Hobson v. Bell (2 Beav. 17), 1101. 
Hochstadteru. Hays (11 Colo. 118), 705. 
Hoekenberry v. Carlisle (5 W. & S. 348), 

419. 
Hocker v. Gentry (3 Met. 463), 304. 
Huckley v. Mawbey (1 Ves. Jr. 143), 

624. 
Hodgdon v. Davis (6 Dak. 21) , 1450, 1473. 
Hodge v. Hawkins (1 Dev. & Bat. 564), 

1219, 1689. 
Hodges. Twitehell (33 Minn. 389), 398. 
Hodgensu. Hodgens (4 CI. & F. 323; 11 

Bllgh (N. S.), 62), 682, 683, 684. 
Hodges v. Blagrave (18 Beav. 404), 

1242. 
Hodges v. Cobb (8 Rich. 50), 688. 
Hodgf s v Gill (9 Baxt. 378), 1460. 
Hodges v. Hodges (1 Esp. 441), G85. 
Hodges v. Howard (5 R. 1. 149), 231, 500, 

618, 525. 
Hodges, In re (L. B. 7 Ch. D. 754), 1119. 
Hodges, In re (63 Vt. 661* 22 Atl. Rep. 

725), 1180. 
Hodges v. McDufl (76 Mich. 303), 1690. 
Hodges v. New England Screw Co. (1 

R. I. 321), 405. 
Hodges v. Tenn., etc. Ins. Co. (8 N. T. 

416), 219. 
Hodge's Estate, In re (66 Vt. 70; 28 Atl. 

Rep. 663) , 1203. 
Hodgkinson v. Hodgkinson (L. R. 

(1895) 2 Ch. 190) , 1677. 



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Hodgson v. Barrett (33 Ohio St. 63), 

1408. 
Hodgson v. Bibby (32 Beav. 221), 1596. 
Hodgson v. Hodgson (2 Keen, 704), 661. 
Hodgson v. Mason (8 Ind. 121), 366. 
Hodgson v. Williamson (L. R. 15 Ch. 

D. 87), 698. 
Hodgson's Settlement, In re (9 Hare, 

117), 875, 908. 
Hodkinson v. Quinon (1 Johns. & H. 

303), 1036. 
Hodle v. Healey (lVes. &B. 539), 1536. 
Hodson v. Cash (1 Jur. (N. S.) 864), 

1679. 
Hoel v. Coursey (26 Miss. 511), 230. 
Hoes v. Van Hoesen (1 Comst. 122), 

1352. 
Hoey v. Kenney (25 Barb. 396), 621, 624. 
Hoffen, Estate of (70 Wis. 622), 751. 
Hoffmann v. Cumberland, etc. Co. (16 

Md. 507), 386, 390, 393. 
Hoffman v. Mackall (5 Ohio St. 124), 

1441. 
Hoffmann. Treadwell (39 N. Y. Super. 

Ct. 188), 699. 
Hogan». Strayhom (65 N. Car. 285), 160, 

238. 
Hogeu. Brewer (3 Gill & J. 153), 1322, 

1324. 
Hoge v. Hoge (1 Watts, 163; 26 Am. Dec. 

52), 218, 416, 496, 500, 507, 508, 513, 517, 

618. 
Hogeboom u. Robertson (41 Neb. 795; 

60 N. W. Rep. 2), 342, 360. 
Hoggti. Dower (36 W. Va. 200; 14 S.E. 

Rep. 995), 711. 
Hogg v. Willkins (1 Grant Cas. 67), 503. 
Hoghton v. Hoghton (15 Beav. 278), 

163, 218, 286, 294. 
Hoit v. Russell (56 N. H. 559), 1453, 1492, 

1493. 
Hoittti. Webb (36 N. H. 158), 390, 391, 

401, 1184. 
Hokraeder v. Lieby (4 Ohio St. 602), 226. 
Holbrooke. Bliss (9 Allen, 69), 961. 
Holbrook v. Brooks (33 Conn. 347), 827. 
Holbrook v. Connor (60 Me. 578), 474. 
Holbrook v. Finney (4 Mass. 568), 1066. 
Holbrook v. Harrington (16 Gray, 102), 

853, 857. 
Holcomb v. Coryell (1 Beav. 289), 905. 
Holcomb v. Holcomb (3 Stockt. 281), 

400, 401, 1038, 1123. 
Holcombe v. Holcombe (13 N. J. Eq. 

415), 1058,1673, 1701. 
Holden v. Fletcher (6 Cush. 235), 1535. 
Holden, In re (126 N. Y. 589; 27 N. E. 

Rep. 1063) , S90. 
Holden, Inre (L. R. 20 Q. B. Div. 43), 

1675. 



Holden v. New York, etc. Bank (72 N. 

Y. 286), 204,388,1636. 
Holden v. Strickland (116 N. Car. 185; 

21 S. E. Rep. 684), 156. 
Holden v. Webber (29 Beav. 117), 413. 
Holder v. Durbin (11 Beav. 694), 865, 907. 
Holders. Nunnelly (2 Coldw. 288), 232. 
Holdrldge v. Gillespie (2 Johns. Ch. 30), 

398, 1164. 
Holdship v. Patterson (7 Watts, 547), 

228, 921, 1269, 1290, 1295, 1640, 1644. 
Holdsworth v. Davenport (L. R. 3 Ch. 

D. 185), 813. 

Holdsworth j). Goose (29 Beav. Ill), 

1079. 
Holdsworth v. Shannon (113 Mo. 508), 

1480, 1507. 
Hoiladay v. Davis (5 Ore. 40), 1736. 
Holland v. Alcock (108 N. Y. 312), 85, 731, 

733, 751,752,753, 807. 
Holland v. Anderson (38 Mo. 55), 477. 
Holland v. Farthing (2 Tex. Civ. App. 

155; 2S. W. Rep. 67), 47. 
Holland v. Holland (L. R. 4 Ch. App. 

449), 881, 1225. 
Holland v. Peck (2 Ired. Eq. 255), 753. 
Holland v. San Francisco (7 Oal. 361), 

1217. 
Holland-Keene v. Potter (3 Levinze, 

412), 545. 
Holley v. Adams (16 Vt. 206), 147. 
Holley v. Huntington (21 Minn. 325), 

707. 
Holley v.S.Q. (4 Edw. Ch. 284) , 1706. 
Holliday v. Coleman (2 Munf. 162), 

1437. 
Hollingshead v. Simms (51 Cal. 158), 377. 
Hollisv. Drew. Theolog. Sem. (96 N. 

Y. 166), 750,752. 
Holiisv. Francois (6 Tex. 196; 51 Am. 

Dec. 760), 711. 
Hollis-i). Hollis (1 Md. Ch. 479), 308. 
Hollis v. Hollis (84 Me. 96), 1481. 
Hollis v. Seminary (95 N. Y. 166), 815. 
Hollis' Case (2 Ventr. 345), 1536. 
Hollister v. Loud (2 Mich. 309), 1385. 
Holloway v. Headington (8 Sim. 324), 

147, 148. 
Holloway v. Wlllard (1 Madd. 414), 98, 

99. 
Holl's Appeal (133 Pa. St. 351), 921. 
Holman v. Loynes (4 De G., M. &G. 270), 

421. 
Holman v. Patterson (29 Ark. 357), 

574. 
Holman's Appeal (24 Pa. St. 174), 1322. 
Holmes v. Coates (152 Mass. 226; 34 N. 

E. Rep. 190), 736, 748, 783. 

Holmes v. Oogbill (7 Ves. 606), 1009, 1010. 
Holmes v. Dring (2 Cox, 3), 1102. 



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Holmes ». Gllman (138 N. Y. 369), 1581, 

1607, 1609. 
Holmes v. Godson (8 De G., M. & G. 

152), 109. 
Holmes v. Holmes (28 Vt. 765), 680. 
Holmes v. Lysaght (2 Bro. P. C. 261), 

1042, 1043. 
Holmes v. Mead (52 N. Y. 332), 750, 752. 
Holmes v. Penney (3 Kay & J. 90), 1301. 
Holmes v. Turners Falls Co. (150 Mass. 

535), 1451, 1486, 1503. 
Holmes' Appeal (77 Pa. St. 50), 492. 
Holroyd v. Marshall (2 Giff. 382), 34. 
Holt v. Agnew (67 Ala. 368), 426. 
Holt v. Bancroft (30 Ala. 195), 1364. 
Holt v. Holt (1 Ch. Cas. 190) , 384. 
Holthaus v. Hornbostle (60 Mo. 439), 

651, 686. 
Holthausen, .Kr parte (L. R. 9 Ch. 722), 

600. 
Homeopathic Mutual Life Ins. Co. v. 

Marshall (32 N. J. Eq. 103), 664,708. 
Homtru. Fish (1 Pick. 435), 470. 
Homer v. Homer (107 Mass. 82), 532. 
Homert. Perkins (124 Mass. 431), 489. 
Homer v. Shelton (2Met. 194), 1438. 
Hon v. Hon (70 Ind. 135), 73, 372, 373, 503. 
Hones. Medcraft (IBro. Ch. 261), 1357. 
Hone v. Van Schaick (20 Wend. 564; 7 

Paige, 221), 1522. 
Honors. Honor (1 P. Wms. 123), 103. 
Honored. Bakewell (6 B. Mon. 67; 43 

Am. Dec. 147), 580. 
Honore v. Hutchings (8 Bush, 687), 197, 

320. 
Hooberry v. Harding (10 Lea, 392), 1294. 
Hood v. Adams (124 Mass. 481) , 1506. 
Hood v. Fahnestock (1 Pa. St. 470), 327, 

432, 434. 
Hood v. Fahnestock (8 Watts, 489), 443, 

444. 
Hood v. Haden (82 Va. 588), 858. 
Huod v. Oglander (34 Beav. 513), 1638. 
Hood v. Phillips (3 Beav. 513), 978. 
Hood-Barrsa. Cathcart (1894, 2 Q. B. 

559), 667. 
Hoodless v. Reid (112 Ind. 105), 1473, 

1475, 1498, 1500. 
Hooker v. Axford (33 Mich. 454), 508, 511, 

514. 
Hooley v. Greve (9 Abb. N. Cas. 8; 9 

Daly, 104), 1569. 
Hooper v. Armstrong (69 Ala. 343), 573. 
Hooper v. Baillie (118 N. Y. 413), 1416. 
Hooper v. Bradbury (133 Mass. 303), 

1C8, 128, 130. 
Hooper v. Dundas (10 Barr, 75), 1041. 
Hooper, Ex parte (lMeriv. 7), 600. 
Hooper v. Eyles (2 Vern. 480), 358. 
Hooper v. Goodwin (18 Ves. 156), 259. 



Hooper v. Holmes (11 N. J. Eq. 122), 73, 

75. 
Hooper v. Hooper (9 Cush. 122) , 820. 
Hooper v. Eoyster (1 Munf. 119), 839, 

1253. 
Hooper v. Scheiner (23 How. 235), 949. 
Hoot v. Sorrell (11 Ala. 386), 715. 
Hooton v. Ransom (6 Mo. App. 19), 

708. 
Hooven v. Burdelts (153 111. 672), 1408, 

1422. 
Hoover v. Johnson (47 Minn. 434), 1513. 
Hope v. Carnegie (L. R. 1 Ch. App. 320), 

35. 
Hope «.Hope (4 De G., M. & G. 328). 

826. 
Hope D.Hope (8 De G., M. &, G. 731), 

725. 
Hope v. Johnson (2 Yerg. 123), 928, 940. 
Hopgood v. Parkin (L. R. 11 Eq. 74), 

1245, 1257. 
Hopkins v. Carey (23 Miss. 58), 346. 
Hopkins v. Gallatin Co. (4 Humph. 

403), 1411. 
Hopkins v. Garrard (6 B. Mon. 67), 596. 
Hopkins v. Glunt (111 Pa. St. 287), 118. 
Hopkins v. Granger (52 111. 502), 1718. 
Hopkins v. Hopkins (4Strobh. Eq. 207), 

1537. 
Hopkins v. Hopkins (1 Atk. 591), 850, 

929. 
Hopkins v. Hopkins (Cas. t. Talb. 44), 

242. 
Hopkins, In re (L. R. 19 Ch. D. 61), 

1576. 
Hopkins v. Miller (92 Ala. 513), 573. 
Hopkins v. Myall (2 Russ. & M. 86), 11. 

623. 
Hopkins v. Turnpike Co. (4 Humph. 

403), 10. 
Hopkins v. Upshur (20 Tex. 89; 70 Am. 

Dec. 375), 749, 1720. 
Hopkins v. Ward (6 Munf. 38), 951. 
Hopkinson v. Burghley (L. R. 2 Ch. 

447), 1564. 
Hopkinson v. Dumas (42 N. H. 296), 308, 

388, 977. 
Hopkinson?;. Ellis (10 Beav. 169), 256. 
Hopkirku. Randolph (2 Brock. 132), 99. 
Hopneru. Appleby (5Maion, 71), 565. 
Hopper v. Conyers (L. R. 2 Eq. 549), 

1632. 
Hoppers. Hopper (79 Md. 400; 29 Atl. 

Rep. 611), 1186. 
Hoppes v. Cheek (21 Ark. 685), 1110. 
Horde v. Suffolk (2 Myl. & K. 59), 1001. 
Horderw. Horder (24 Kan. 392; 33 Am. 

Rep. 167), 722. 
Horlocki;. Horlock (2 De G., M. & G. 

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Horn v. Jones (28 Cal. 194), 452. 
Horn v. Keteltas (42 How. Pr. 152), 71. 
Horn v. Lockhart (17 Wall. 570), 1215. 
Hornby v. Matcham (16 Sim. 325), 558. 
Horndorf v. Horndorf (13 Misc. Rep. 

343; 36 N. E. Kep. 869), 168, 612. 
Home v. Barton (G. Coop. 257), 113. 
Home v. Barton (19 Ves. 398) , 90, 102. 
Home v. Lyeth (4 H. & J. 434), 93, 116. 
Horner v. Graves (7 Bing. 754; 20 E. 0. 

L. 310) , 810. 
Horner v. Swann (1 T. & E. 430), 1067. 
Hornesby v. Finch (2 Ves. Jr. 78), 244. 
Hornsby v. Lee (2 Madd. 16), 680. 
Horry v. Glovers (2 Hill Eq. 615), 1427. 
Horsey v. Hough (38 Md. 130), 1110, 1498. 
Horsfall D.Thomas (1 H. & C. 90), 488. 
Horton a. Brocklehorst (29Beav. 504), 

1564. 
Horton v. Handvil (41 N. J. Eq. 57), 492. 
Horton v. McCoy (47 N. Y. 27), 827, 828, 

830. 
Horton v. Smith (8 Ala. 73), 435. 
Horton v. Smith (4 Kay & J. 630), 978. 
Horwitz v. Norris (49 Pa. St. 213), 111. 
Horwood v. West (1 Sim. & St. 387), 128. 
Hosacka. Rogers (9 Paige, 463), 1667, 

1663, 1678, 1687. 
Hosea v. Jacobs (98 Mass. 65), 748, 763. 
Host ord v. Merwin (5 Barb. 51) , 153, 321. 
Hosie, In re (7 Nat. Bk. Beg. 601), 1630. 
Hosklnst;. Hoskins (Pr. Oh. 263), 246. 
Hosklnsv. Wall (77 N. Car. 249), 578. 
Hosmer v. Campbell (98 111. 572), 1505. 
Hosmer». Sargent (8 Allen, 97), 1488, 

1490. 
Hostetteru. Hollinger (117 Pa. St. 606), 

1535. 
Hotchkissp. Third Nat. Bank (127 N. 

Y. 329), 495. 
Hotchkiss v. Elting (36 Barb. 38) , 618. 
Hotchkys, In re (L. R. 32 Ch. D. 408), 

1154. 
Hotham's Trusts, In re (L. R. 12 Eq. 76) 

1118, 1132, 1154. 
Hotopv. Neidiz (17 Abb. Pr. 332), 1364. 
Hottel v. Mason (16 Colo. 43), 1565. 
Houck v. Houck (5 Barr. 273), 1037. 
Hough v. Harvty (71 111. 72), 1690, 1711. 
Hough, In re (4De. G. &Sm. 371), 930. 
Hough v. Richardson (3 Story, 659), 465, 

472, 483, 489. 
Houghtaling v. Hills (59 Iowa, 289), 495. 
Houghton v. Davis (23 Me. 28), 1331. 
Houghton v. Davenport (74 Me. 590), 

533. 
Houghton, Ex parte (17 Ves. 251), 307, 

369. 
Houghton v. Hapgood (13 Pick. 154), 

9:4. 



Houghton v. Koenig (18C. B. 235), 972. 
Houldsworth v. Glasgow Bank (5 App. 

Cas. 817), 476, 484. 
House v. Harden (52 Miss. 874), 721. 
House v. McCormkk (57 N. Y. 310), 252. 
House v. Way (12 Jur. 959), 1168. 
Household, In re (L. R. 27 Ch. D. 553), 

1154. 
Housel v. Cremer (13 Neb. 298), 1408. 
Houser v. Shore (3 Mason, 393), 1350. 
Houston v. Brian (78 Ga. 181; 1 8. E. 

Rep. 252), 1728. 
Houston v. Dickson (66 Tex. 79), 577. 
Houston v. Embry (1 Sneed, 480), 656. 
Houston v. Farris (93 Ala. 588), 145. 
Houston «. Nowland (7 Gill & J. 480), 

1376. 
Houston Nat. Bank v. Ackerman (70 

Tex. 315), 570. 
Hovenden v. Annesley (2 Sch. & Let. 

630), 462, 467, 1536, 1540. 
Hoveyu. Blakeman (4 Ves. 608), 1127, 

1235. 
Hovey v. Blanchard (13 N. H. 145), 443. 
Hovey v. Hobson (53 Me. 451), 1314. 
How v. Waldron (98 Mass. 281) , 111. 
Howard v. Aiken (3 McCord, 467), 1537. 
Howard v. Am. Peace Soc. (49 Me. 288), 

748, 763, 776, 855, 885. 
Howard v. Ames (3 Met. 308), 1491. 
Howard ». Bryant (9 Gray, 239), 680. 
Howard v. Carpenter (11 Md. 202), 622. 
Howard v. Carusi (109 U. S. 725), 106, 108. 
Howards. Crawford (15 Ga. 423), 818. 
Howards. Davis (6 Tex. 174), 907,1494. 
Howard v. Digby (2 CI. & F. 634; 8 

Bligh (N. S.), 224), 657, 717, 718. 
Howard v. Fay (138 Mass. 104), 1736, 

1738. 
Howard v. F. I. Church of Balto. (18 

Md. 451), 556. 
Howard©. Fulton (79 Tex. 231; 14 S. W. 

Rep. 1061), 1482. 
Howard v. Gould (28 Vt. 523; 67 Am. 

Dec. 728), 492,494. 
Howard v. Henderson (18 S. Car. 184), 

912. 
Howard v. Howard (52 Kan. 469), 10. 
Howard v. Jemmett (S Burr. 1368), 972. 
Howard v. Moffatt (2 Johns. Ch. 206), 

683. 
Howard v. Papera (1 Madd. 86), 1576. 
Howard v. Patterson (72 Me. 57), 1566. 
Howard v. Rhodes (IKeen, 581), 897, 

904, 974. 
Howard v. Sav. Bank (40 Vt. 597), 152. 
Howards. Seattle Nat. Bank (10 Wash. 

St. 280; 38 Pae. Rep. 1040; 39 Pac. 

Rep. 100), 225. 
Howard v. Slmpkins (70 Ga. 322), 705. 



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Howard v. Singleton (94 Ky. 336; 22 S. 

W. Eep. 337), 831. 
Howard v. Thornton (50 Mo. 291), 996, 

1005, 1033,1055,1243. 
Howard Fire Ins. Co. v. Chase (5 Wall. 

509), 1021, 1157. 
Howard Ins. Co. v. Halsey (4Seld.271), 

443. 
Howarth, In re (L. R. 8 Ch. 415), 831. 
Howarth v. Mills (L. B. 2 Eq. 3S9), 42. 
Howarth, In re (L. E. 8 Ch. App. 415), 

988. 
Howathc. Dowell (6 Jar. (N. sT) 1360), 

111. 
Howbert v. Heyl (47 Kan. 58; 27 Pac. 

Eep. 116), 831. 
Howden v. Rogers (IV. &B. 133), 842. 
Howe v. Chesley (56 Vt. 7-27), 711. 
Howe v. Dartmouth (2 Lead. Cas. Eq. 

262; 7 Ves. 137), 1165, 1175. 
Howo v. Harding (76 Tex. 17; 18 Am. 

St. Rep. 17), 577. 
Howe v. Howe (1 Vern. 415), 307. 
Howe, In re (1 Paige, 214) , 19, 20, 1648. 
Howe v. Sanlord Fork & T. Co. (44 Fed. 

Rep. 231), 411. 
Howe v. Stortz (27 W. Va. 555), 711. 
Howe v. Van Schaick (20 Wend. 564), 

616. 
Howe v. Wildes (34 Me. 566), 706. 
Howe v. Wilson (91 Mo. 45; 60 Am. Rep. 

226), 748. 
Howell v. Baker (4 Johns. Ch. 120), 206, 

413,417,423, 1171. 
Howell v. Howell (3 Ired. 522), 1437. 
Howell v. Howell (15 Wis. 55)', 1533. 
Howell v. Howell (15 N. J. Eq. 75), 308. 
Howell v. Moores (127 111. 67), 1723. 
Howell v. Pool (92 N. Car. 450), 1490. 
Howell v. Price (1 P. Wms. 291), 1324. 
Howell v. Ransom (11 Paige, 538), 419. 
Howell v. Silving (1 McCarter, 84), 401. 
Hower v. Geesaman (12 S. & R. 251), 

956, 1266. 
Howittu. Blodgett (61 Wis. 376), 1396. 
Howland, In re (2 Nat. Bk. Reg. 114), 

699. 
Howland v. Shurtlefl (2 Met. 26), 981. 
Howse v. Chapman (4 Ves. 642), 737. 
Hoxie v. Carr (1 Sumn. 174), 185, 307, 

324,325,357,598,1729. , 
Hoxie v. Hoxie (7 Paige, 187), 118, 180. 
Hoyt v. Jaques (129 Mass. 286), 1073. 
Hoyt v. Latham (143 U. S. 553; 12 S. Ct. 

Eep. 568), ,1179. 
Hoyt». Pawtucket Sav. Inst. (110 111. 

399), 1507. 
Hoyt v. Sheldon (3Bosw. 267), 453. 
Hoyti>. Smith (28 Conn. 471), 1740. 
Hoyt v. Sprague (103 0. S. 613), 828, 847. 



Hoyt v. Swift (13 Vt. 129; 37 Am. Dec. 

586), 950, 1139. 
Hubbard v. Burrlll (41 Wis. 365), 204, 

230, 388, 435, 532, 534, 536. 
Hubbard v. Fisher (25 Vt. 539), 1686, 

1690, 1698, 1714. 
Hubbard v. German Oath. Cong. (34 

Iowa, 31), 173. 
Hubbard v. Goodwin (3 Leigh, 492), 43, 

257, 968. 
Hubbard v. Jarrell (23 Md. 66), 1453, 

1466. 
Hubbard v. Lloyd (6 Cush. 522), 856. 
Hubbard v. McNaughton (43 Mich. 

220), 1369, 1383. 
Hubbard v. Say re (17 So. Rep. 17), 660. 
Hubbard v. U. S. Mortgage Co. (14 111. 

App. 40), 1722. 
Hubbell v. Currier (10 Allen, 333), 435. 
Hubbell v. Medbury (53 N. T. 98), 386. 
Hubbell v. Meigs (50 ST. T. 480), 474. 
Hubbell v. Sibley (5 Lans. 51), 1476, 1497, 

1506. 
Huber v. Donoghue (49 N. J. Eq. 125), 

1619, 1623. 
Huber's Appeal (80 Pa. St. 357) , 1295. 
Huckabeeti. Billingsley (16 Ala. 414; 50 

Am. Dec. 183), 950, 1012, 1582. 
Huckaby v. Jones (2 Hawks, 120), 256. 
Hudgins v. Morrow (47 Ark. 515), 1498 
Hudson v. Hudson (1 Atk. 461), 247, 593 
Hudson v. Wadswortb. (8 Conn. 363), 

1437. 
Hudson v. Wallace (1 Rich. Eq. 1), 398. 
Hudson ». White (17 E. I. 519; 23 Atl. 

Eep. 57), 174, 356. 
Hudnall v. Wilder (4 McCord 294; 17 

Am. Dec. 744), 1627. 
Enffn. Thomas (IT. B. Mon. 158), 65. 
Huff v. Wright (39 Ga. 41), 705. 
Hufbrauer v. Jackson (91 Ga. 298; 18 

S. E. Eep. 298), 1035. 
Hufnagle v. Blackburn (137 Pa. St. 633; 

20 Atl. Eep. 869), 502. 
Hughes v. Caldwell (11 Leigh, 342), 971. 
Hughes v. Edwards (9 Wheat. 489), 28, 

465. 
Hughes v. Ellison (5 Mo. 463), 1415. 
Hughes, Ex parte (6 Ves. 616), 382, 426, 

606, 899. 
Hughes v. Garth (Amb. 421), 327, 438. 
Hughes v. Hall (5Munf. 431), 36. 
Hughes v. Hamilton (19 W. Va. 366), 

711. 
Hughes v. Hatchett (55 Ala. 539), 685. 
Hughes v. Hughes (87 Ala. 652), 1170. 
Hughes v. Kay (20 Beav. 395), 1130, 1671. 
Hughes v. Peters (1 Cold. 67), 710. 
Hughes v. Science (Amb. 3C2), 826,827. 
Hughes v. Stubbs (1 Hare, 478), 851. 



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Hughes s. Tabb (78 Va. 313), 1649. 
Hughes s. Turner (2 Myl, & K. 688), 1011. 
Hughes v. Wells (9 Hare, 749; 13 Eng. 

L. & Eq. 389), 17, 596, 657, 681, 697. 
Hughes s. Wilson (128 Ind. 491; 26 N. E. 

Rep. 50), 71. 
Hughes v. Wynne (1 Myl. & K. 20), 1347. 
Hughlettt s. Hughlett (5 Humph. 474), 

1122, 1230. 
Huguenin v. Basely (14 Ves. 273; 13 Ves. 

107), 158, 163, 274, 277, 282, 426, 427, 431, 

506, 511, 713, 842. 
Huling v. Fenner (9 R. I. 410), 636. 
Hull v. Chaffln (54 Fed. Rep. 437), 386. 
Hull i). Hull (24 N. Y. 647), 1746, 1750. 
Hull s. King (38 Minn. 349), 1508. 
Hull v. Noble (40 Me. 459), 449. 
Hull v. Putnam (152 Mass. 123; 25 N. E. 

Rep. 40), 44. 
Hullman v, Honcomp (5 Ohio St. 237), 

750. 
Hulkes s. Barrow (Taml. 264), 1159. 
Hulkes, In re (35 W. R. 194), 1193. 
Hulmes. Tenant (1 Bro. Ch.16; lLead. 

Cas. Eq. 679), 645, 661, 697, 899. 
Humane Fire Company Appeal (88 Pa. 

St. 389), 749. 
Humbers s. Ky. Central Lunatic 

Asylum (30 S. W. Rep. 964), 1028. 
Humbert v. Trinity Church (24 Wend. 

587), 20, 469. 
Humbertson s. Humbertson (IP. Wms. 

332), 93. 
Hume s. Beale (17 Wall. 78), 365, 1535, 

1594. 
Hume, In re (L. R. 35 Ch. D. 457), 869. 
lomei. Rundell (2 S. & S. 174), 1530. 
Humes s. Scruggs (4 Otto, 28), 99. 
Humewells. Lane (11 Met. 163), 71. 
Hummers. Schott (21 Md. 307), 576. 
Humphrey s. Copeland (54 Ga. 643), 706. 
Humphrey s. Morse (2 Atk. 408), 891. 
Humphreys. Richards (2 Jur. (N. S.) 

432), 656, 662, 715. 
Humphrey v. West (40 Mich. 597), 521. 
Humphreys s. Burleson (72 Ala. 1) , 403. 
Humphreys s. Butler (51 Ark. 351) , 533, 

570. 
Hun v. Cary (82 N. T. 65; 87 Am. Rep. 

646), 1113, 1134, 1198, 1230. 
Hune v. Dixon (37 Ohio St. 66), 577. 
Hungates. Hungate (Toth. 120), 307. 
Hunnewells Lane (11 Met. 163), 73. 
Hunsden s. Cheney (2 Vern . 150) , 542. 
Hunt s. Bank (2 Dev. Eq. 60), 1647, 1651. 
Hunts. Bass (2 Dev. Eq. 292; 24 Am. 

Dec. 274), 400, 414, 1034, 1095. 
Hunt s. Bateman (10 Ir. Eq. 371), 1319. 
Hunts. Crawford (3 Pa. St. 426), 952, 

1109, 1266. 



Hunt v. Dunn (74 Ga. 124) , 449. 
Hunts. Elliott (80 Ind. 245), 73. 
Hunt, Ex parte (1 M., D. & De G. 139) , 

600. 
Hunt s. Fowler (121 HI . 269), 735, 747, 756, 

763. 
Hunt v. Friedman (63 Cal. 510), 178. 
Hunt s. Gontrum (80 Md. 64; 30 Atl. 

Rep. 620), 1224. 
Hunt s. Hamilton (9 Dana, 90), 296. 
Hunts. Hunt (4DeG., F. & J. 221), 720. 
Hunts.Hunt (5L. T. 778), 721, 726. 
Hunt s. Hunt (14 Pick. 374), 978. 
Hunt, In re (141 Mass. 515), 1200, 1202. 
Hunt S.Johnson (44 N. Y. 27), 713, 714. 
Hunt s. Makemson (56 Tex. 9), 578. 
Hunt s. Matthews (1 Vern. 408), 548, 558, 

659. 
Hunt s. Moore (6 Cush. 1), 363. 
Hunt v. Roberts (40 Me. 187), 231, 500, 

503, 518, 525. 
Hunt s. Rousmanier (8 Wheat. 174), 505, 

1462. 
Hunt s. Rowland (28Iowa, 349), 562. 
Hunts. Suttle (42 Fed. Rep. 91), 1542. 
Hunt s. Townshend (31 Md. 336; 100 Am. 

Dec. 63), 954, 993, 1052, 1082, 1084, 

1092. 
Hunt s. White (24 Tex. 643). 1283. 
Hunt's Appeal (141 Mass. 515), 1188. 
Hunters. Anderson (152 Pa. St. 386), 

1089. 
Hunters. Atkins (3 Myl. & K. 113), 293, 

418, 419, 431. 
Hunters. Bilyen (30111. 246), 71. 
Hunters. Carroll (64 N. H. 572), 660. 
Hunsden s. Cheney (2 Vern. 150) , 496. 
Hunters Lawrence (11 Gratt. Ill), 403, 

455, 1655. 
Hunters. Macray (Cas. t. Talb. 196), 

842. 
Hunter s. Nolf (71 Pa. St. 282), 556. 
Hunters. Sternbridge (12 Ga. 192), 124, 

130. 
Hunter v. Stoneburner (92 111. 75), 1611. 
Hunter s Sumrall (3 Litt. 62), 44. 
Hunterdon Freeholders s. Henry (41 X. 

J. Eq. 388), 1298. 
Huntington s. Gilmore (14 Barb. 243), 

78. 
Huntley s. Denny (65 Vt. 185; 26 Atl. 

Rep. 486), 180. 
Huntley s. Huntley (6 Ired. Eq. 514), 

724. 
Huntley s. Huntley (8 Ired. Eq. 250), 

596, 1538. 
Hurd v. Case (32 111. 45), 1515. 
Hurlbut s. Carter (21 Barb. 221), 1411. 
Hurley s. Estes (6 Neb. 386), 1440, 1445. 
Hur9ts. Harper (14 Hun, 283), 71. 



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Hurst v. McNeill (1 Wash. C. C. 70), 912. 
Hurst v. Marshall (75 Tex. 452; 13 S. W. 

Eep. 33), 1648. 
Hurti). Kelley (43 Mo. 238), 1444. 
Hurton v. Hurton (7 T. E. 652), 652. 
Hurtt v. Fisher (1 Harr. & D. 88), 1222, 

1400. 
Husband v. Davis (1 C. B. 645), 1124. 
Husband v. Epling (81 111. 172; 25 Am. 

Eep. 273), 705,706. 
Husband v. Pollard (2 P. Wms. 467), 149. 
Huskisson v. Bridge (4 De G. & 8m. 

245), 119. 
Huson v. Wallace (1 Eich. Eq. 2), 401. 
Hussi*. Eice (17 S. W. Eep. 869), 706. 
Hussey v. Coffin (1 Allen, 354), 1575. 
Hussey, Ex parte (2 Whart. 330), 902. 
Huston v. Cassidy (2 Beas. 228), 390. 
Huston v. Seeley (27 Iowa, 183), 1515. 
Hutcheson v. Hammon (3Bro.Ch. 128), 

258. 
Hutcbins v. Baldwin (7 Bosw. 236), 1040. 
Hutchins v. Brooks (31 Miss. 430), 455. 
Hutchins «. Colby (43 N. H. 139), 687. 
Hutcbins v. Commercial Bank (91 Va. 

68;20S. E. Eep. 950), 661. 
Hutchins v. Dixon (11 Md. 29), 655. 
Hutcbins v. George (44 N. J. Eq. 126), 

749. 
Hutchins v. Heywood (50 N. H. 495), 912, 

913, 919, 1268, 1269. 
Hutchins v. Johnson (12 Conn. 376; 30 

Am. Dec. 622), 993, 1048. 
Hutchins v. Van Vechten (140 N. Y. 115; 

36 N. E. Eep. 446), 49. 
Hutchinson v. Bacon (46 Tex. 414), 343. 
Hutchinson v. Crammond (3 Bro. Ch. 

128), 1044. 
Hutchinson v. Hutchinson (4 Desaus. 

Eq. 77), 189, 221, 333. 
Hutchinson v. Hutchinson (84 Hun, 492; 

32 N. T. Supl. 390), 145. 
Hutchinson v. Hutchinson (13 Ir. Eq. 

632) , 620, 627. 
Hutchinson v. Lord (1 Wis. 286; 60 Am. 

Dec. 381), 1135, 1136, 1227. 
Hutchinson v. Murchie (74 Me. 187), 

1409. 
Hutchinson v. Tindall (2 Green Cb. 

357), 47, 66,72. 
Hutchinson v. Underwood (27 Tex. 255), 

711. 
Hutton v. Duey (3 Barr, 100), 721, 723. 
Hutton v. Weems (12 Gill & J. 83), 1101. 
Huxley v. Eice (40 Mich. 73), 377. 
Huyler». Atwood (26 N. J. Eq. 504), 708. 
Hyde v. Kitchen (69 Hun, 280; 23 N. Y. 

Supl. 573), 79. 
Hydev. Warren (46 Miss. 13), 1442, 1444, 

1460, 1510. 



Hyde v. Woods (94 U. S. 523), 1269, 1640, 

1644. 
Hyden v. Hyden (6 Baxt. 406), 232, 358. 
Hylton v. Brow (2 Wash. 167), 607. 
Hylton v. Hylton (2 Ves. Sr. 548), 286, 

287,288, 289,290,1594. 
Hyman v. Devereaux (63 N. Car. 624), 

1036. 
Hyndman v. Hyndman (19 Vt. 9), 1490, 

1491. 
Hynsbaw v. Morpeth Corp. (Duke 

Char. Uses, 242), 743. 
Hyslop v. Clarke (14 Johns. 458), 1369, 

1389. 



Iddings v. Bruen (4 Sandf. Cb. 223), 395, 

1184. 
Ide v. Clarke (5 Ohio Cir. Ct. 239), 131. 
Mev. Ide (5 Mass. 500), 109. 
Idle v. Cooke (1 P. Wms. 77), 940. 
Iglehart v. Arminger (1 Bland, 619), 

676. 
Ihmsen's Appeal (43 Pa. St. 431), 1210, 

1212, 1213. 
Her v. Griswold (83 Iowa, 442; 49 N. W. 

Eep. 1023), 523. 
lies v. Martin (69 Ind. 114), 1118. 
Ilgenfritz v. Ilgenfritz (116 Mo. 429; 22 

S. W. Eep. 186), 150,339. 
Illlg's Appeal (170 Pa. St. 500; 32 Atl. 

Eep. 1097; 37 W. N. C. 211), 1308. 
Illinois Trust & Sav. Bank v. First 

Nat. Bank (15 Fed. Eep. 858), 1609. 

1630, 1632. 
Imboden v. Atkinson (23 Ark. 622), 

396. 
Imboden v. Hunter (23 Ark. 622; 79 Am. 

Dec. 116), 1184, 1691, 1696. 
Imlay v. Huntington (20 Conn. 162), 93, 

664, 705. 
Imperial M. Credit Assn. Case (L. E. 3 

Eq. 361), 962. 
Inchest). Hill (106 Mass. 575), 1748, 1753. 
Incbiquin v. French (1 Cox, 1), 852, 1324. 
Incledon v. Northcote (3 Atk. 433), 837, 

839, 1529, 1621. 
Incorporated Society v. Eicbards (1 

Conn. & Laws. 58; 1 Dr. & W. 258), 

742, 743, 822. 
Indiana, etc. Co. v. Bates (14 Ind. 8), 

223. 
Indiana, I. &I. E. E. Co. v. Swannell 

(54111. App. 260), 164S. 
Indianapolis, etc. Ey. v. McLaughlin 

(77 111. 275), 705. 
Inge, Ex parte (2"R. &M. 590), 785. 
Ingersoll v. Cooper (5 Blackf. 420), 958, 

1053, 1266. 



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Ingersoll's Will, In re (66 Hun, 671; 14 

N.T. Supl. 22), 1S5. 
Ingham v. Burrell (31 Kan. 333), 1559. 
Ingham v. Ingham (2 Atk. 88) , 1056. 
Ingham v. Lindeman (37 Ohio St. 218), 

960, 1058. 
Ingle v. Culbertson (43 Iowa, 265), 1481, 

1503. 
Ingle v. Jones (43 Iowa, 286), 1481. 
Ingle v. Partridge (32 Beav. 661), 996, 

1005, 1115,1214,1571. 
Ingleby , In re (L. R. 13 Ir. 326) , 895. 
Ingles v. Patterson (36 Wis. 373), 201. 
Inglis v. Sailors' Snug Harbor (3 Pet. 

99), 22, 23, 84, 759, 770, 811, 819. 
Ingraham v . Baldwin (12 Barb. 9), 12. 
Ingraham v. Baldwin (9 N. T. 45), 1314. 
Ingraham v. Grigg (13 Sm. & M. 22), 

1411. 
Ingraham v. Maine Bank (13 Mass. 

20S), 1634. 
Ingraham v. Meade (3 Wall. Jr. 32), 

•634, 635. 
Ingraham v. Postell (1 McOord Oh. 98), 

840. 
Ingraham v. Wheeler (6 Conn. 277), 

1369. 
Ingram v. Ingram (2 Atk. 88), 1089. 
Ingram v. KIrkpatrick (6 Ired. Eq. 
463; 61 Am. Dee. 436), 88, 160, 1376, 
1689. 
Ingram v. Wyatts (1 Hogg. Ecc. 388), 

297. 
Inhab. of Freeport v. Bartol (3Greenl. 

340), 52. 
Innis v. Templeton (95 Pa. St. 262; 40 

Am. Eep. 643), 710. 
Inre Adams (15 Abb. N". Cas. 61), 1395. 
In re Adams (L. R. 27 On. D. 394), 138. 
Inre Adams and Kensington (L. R. 27 

Ch. D. 409), 121, 122. 
Inre Albertson (113 N. Y. 434), 1425. 
In re Alexander (13 Ir. Oh. 137), 1047, 

1048,1343. 
In re Anderson (1 LI. & G. 29), 902. 
In re Andrews (1 Johns. Ch. 99), 825. 
Inre Annesley (Amb. 76), 330. 
In re Arnold (L. R. 37 Ch. D. 637), 803. 
In re Arthur Average Assn. (L. R, 10 

Ch.D. 642), 560. 
In re Atkinson (2 De G., M. & G. 140), 

1116. 
Inre Autenreith (3 Dem. 200), 959, 1057, 

1138. 
In re Backes' Will (9 Misc. Rep. 504; 30 

N. Y. Supl. 394), 731, 807. 
In re Bailey (58 How. Pr. 446), 1421. 
In re Baker (35 Hun, 272), 1692. 
In re Ballou (11 R. I. 369) , 902. 
In re Barber (L. R. 11 Ch. D. 442) , 680. 



In re Barber (L. R. 39 Ch. D. 187), 869. 
In re Baring (L. R. (1893) 1 Ch. 61), 1162. 
In re Barker (6 Wend. 509), 957, 962. 
In re Barney (L. R. (1892) 2 Ch. 265), 877. 
In re Barrlngton's Estate (1 Johns. & H. 

142), 1026. 
In re Bartlett (163 Mass. 50; 40 N. E. 

Rep. 899), 734, 737. 
In re Bates (118 111. 524), 1408. 
In re Beddoe (L. R. (1893) 1 Oh. 547), 

1678. 
In re Bedford Charity (5 Sim. 578), 782. 
In re Bedingfleld (3 Rep. 483; (1893) 2Cu. 

332), 1077. 
In re Beloved Wilkes' Charity (3 Macn. 

& G. 440), 1119. 
In re Bennett's Estate (38 N. T. Supl. 

945; 16 Misc. Rep. 199), 1562. 
In re Benton (92 Iowa, 202; 60 N. W. 

Rep. 614), 846. 
In re Bernstein (3 Redf . 20) , 890. 
Inre Blgnold's Settlement (L. R. 7 Ch. 

223) , 869, 904. 
In re Birch (17 Beav. 358), 1046. 
/m re Birchall (L. R. 40 Ch. D.436), 888, 

889. 
In re Bird (L. R. 16 Eq. 203), 1128. 
Inre Bird's Trusts (L. R. 3 Oh. D. 214), 

104. 
Inre Birkett (L. R. 9 Oh. D. 576), 735. 
/rcreBlakey (33 Atl. Rep. 518), 995. 
In re Blanchard (3 De G.,F. & J. 131) 

869. 
In re Bloomar (2 De G. & J. 88), 29. 
In re Bloye (1 Macn. & G. 488), 141-0. 
Jra re Blundell (30 Beav. 360), 731. 
Inre Bond (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 238), 253. 
In re Bostwiek (4 Johns. Ch. 100), 841, 

1563. 
JnreBosworth (58 L. J. Ch. 432), 1191, 

1567. 
Inre Boyes (L. E. 26 Ch. D. 531), 510, 

513. 
Inre Breed's Will (L. R. 1 Ch. D. 226), 

1602. 
In re Breton's Estate (L. R. 17 Oh. D. 

416), 70. 
In re Bridgman (1 Dr. & Sm. 164), 868. 
In re Brier (L. K. 26 Ch. D. 238), 949, 

1340,1341. 
Inre Brogden (L. R. 38 Ch. D. 546), 1115, 
In re Brown (L. R. 23 Ch. D. 889), 948. 

1335, 1342. 
In re Brown (L. E. io Eq. 349), 1013. 
In re Brown (45 Mich. 326), 1287. 
In re Brown's Trusts (L. R. 5 Eq. 88), 

1117. 
In re Bryan (L. R. 14 Ch. D. 516), 675. 
In re Bull (45 Barb. 334), 1038. 
Z«reBurke (4 Sandf. Ch. 617), 1561. 



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In re Butterfield's Will (133 N. Y. 473), 

907. 
In re Cake's Estate (157 Pa. St. 457; 27 

Atl. Rep. 773), 1016, 1172. 
In re Oallagtaan (L. R. 28 Ch. D. 186), 

843. 
Inre Callan's Estate (L. R. 7 Ir. 102), 

1309. 
In re Campbell (IDem. 415), 1706. 
In re Campbell's Policies (L. R. 6 Ch. 

D. 686), 653. 
In re Campbell's Trusts (31 Beav. 176), 

26, 1023. 
In re Caplin's Will (2 Dr. & Sm. 527; 34 

L. J. Ch. 578), 627, 631, 632. 
In re Carlisle's Estate (34 W. N. C. 62), 

816. 
In re Carman (3 Redf . 46), 1700. 
In re Carpenter (131 N. T. 86; 45 Hun, 

552), 944, 1400. 
In re Carr's Trusts (L. R. 12 Eq. 609), 674. 
Inre Carter (41 W. R. 140), 1437. 
Inre Chawner'3 Will (L. R. 8 Eq. 569), 

1118, 1132,1446. 
Inre Chertsey Market (6 Price, 261; 6 

H. L. Cas. 189), 782, 788, 823, 1591. 
In re Chesterfield (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 643), 

1437. 
Inre Christie (133 N. T. 473; 31 N. E. 

Rep. 515), 907. 
In re Christ's Church (L. R. 1 Ch. 126), 

7S2. 
Inre City of Rochester (110 N. Y. 159), 

1746. 
In re Clark (119 N. T. 427), 863. 
In re Clark (17 Eng. L. & Eq. 599), 832. 
Inre Clarke's Charities (L. R. 1 Ch. D. 

497), 768. 
In re Clay (29 W. R. 5), 1036. 
In re Clergy Orphan Corporation (L. R. 

18 Eq. 280), 1132. 
In re Clergy Society (2 Kay & J. 615), 

732. 
In re Clissold (10 L. T. (N. S), 642), 30. . 
Inre Clulow's Trusts (28 L. J. Ch. 696), 

1527. 
In re Coal, etc. Co. (L. R. 20 Eq. 114), 

494. 
In re Coates (L. R. 34 Ch. D. 370), 864, 

871, 907. 
In re Coe's Trusts (4 Kay & J. 199) , 1119. 
In re Colley (L. R. 1 Eq. 4'J6), 1528. 
In re Collins (12 N. B. R. 379), 1409. 
In re Colne Co. (1 De G., F. &J. 53), 

1136. 
JnreCong. Ch. v. Smlthwick (1 W.N. 

196), 1123, 1130. 
Inre Connor (2 Jon. & La. 456), 42. 
Jnre Cooke (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 454), 1013, 

1080, 1088 



In re Cordova (4 Redf. 66), 1553. 

In re Cordwell's Estate (L. R. 20 Eq. 

644), 675, 678. 
In re Cornell (HON. T. 351), 1113, 1135, 

1101. 
Inre Cotton's Trustees (L. R. 19 Ch. D. 

624), 1623. 
In re Coulman (L. R. 30 Ch. D. 186), 

632. 
In re Courtier (L. R. 34 Ch. D. 136), 1154. 
Inre Cox (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 204), 813. 
In re Cowan's Estate (4 Pa. Dist. Rep. 

435), 776. 
In re Cozzens' Estate (2 Con. Sur. 622; 

15 N. T. Supl. 771), 1022, 1237. 
Inre Crawford (113 N. T. 560), 1706. 
In re Crawford's Trusts (2 Drew. 230), 

638. 
In re Crosley (L. R. 35 Ch. D. 266), 1540. 
i» re Crossman (20 How. Pr. 350), 894, 

1038. 
In re Cross' Estate (1 Sim. (N. S.) 260), 

238. 
In re Crowther (L. R. (1895) 2 Ch. 156; 

13 Rep. 496), 988. 
In re Croxall's Estate (162 Pa. St. 579; 

29 Atl. Rep. 790)., 736. 
In re Cull (L. R. 20 Eq. 561), 1680. 
In re Cunningham (L. R. (1891) 2 Ch. 

567), 1261. 
Inre Curtiss' Estate (37 N.T. Supl. 586; 

15 Misc. Rep. 545), 1688, 1707. 
In re Cutler (14 Beav. 320) , 678. 
In re Davis (L. R. 13 Eq. 163), 620, 999. 
In re Davis' Trusts (L. R. 12 Eq. 214), 

30. 
In re Dawson (3 Bradf. 130), 846. 
In re Dean (86 N. Y. 399), 1135. 
In re De La Touche's Settlement (L. R. 

10 Eq. 599), 104. 
In re De Tessier (L. R. (1893) 1 Ch . 153) , 

1154. 
In re Detmold (L. R. 4Ch. D. 585), 1311. 
JrereDeVisine (2DeG., J. &S. 17), 349, 

351. 
Jnre Dick (C. A. (1891) 1 Ch. 423), 1209, 

1218. 
In re Dickinson (111 N. Car. 108; 15 S. E. 

Rep. 1025), 831. 
In re Docwra (L. R. 29 Ch. D. 693), 1262. 
In re Dow (6 N. B. R. 10), 1409. 
In re Drayton (4 McCord Ch . 46) , 861 . 
Inre Duffy's Trust (28 Beav. 386), 680. 
In re Dugan's Estate (12 Pa. Co. Ct. 591; 

2 Pa. Dist. 194), 899. 
Jnre Durham, etc. Soc. (L. R. 12 Eq. 

516), 600. 
In re Dyer (5 Paige, 534), 825. 
Inre Dyke' * Estate (L. R. 7 Eq. 337), 

622. 



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Inre Eastern E. R. Co. (120 Mass. 412), 

901. 
In re Eastwood (48 L. T. 395; L. E. 23 

Oh. D. 134), 995. 
In re Edwards (L. E. 9 Co. 97), 653. 
In re Ellison's Trusts (2 Jur. (N. S.) 

62), 888. 
In re Erskine's Trusts (1 Kay & J. 302), 

678. 
In re European Bank (L. E. 5 Ch. App. 

358), 433. 
In re Eykyn's Trusts (L. E. 6 Oh. D. 

118), 339. 
In re Fesmire's Estate (134 Pa. St. 67; 19 

Am. St. Eep. 676), 1237. 
In re Ford (32 Beav. 621), 678. 
In re Forney's Estate (161 Pa. St. 209; 

28 Atl. Eep. 1086; 34 W. N. 0. 301), 

1279. 
In re Foster's Will (15 Hun, 387), 902, 

11C2, 1210. 
In re Fowey's Charities (4 Beav. 225), 

906. 
In re Fowler (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 723), 1153, 

1154. 
In re Fowler (2 Euss. 449), 904. 
In re Finch (Clarke, 538), b28. 
In re Finch (L. E. 23 Ch. D. 657), 712. 
In re Finch's Estato (26 Pitts. Leg. J. 

142), 864. 
In re Fish (L. E. (1893) 2 Ch. 413), 1190. 
In re Fisher's Will (1 W. R. 605), 908. 
In re Fitch (3 Eedf. 457), 847. 
In re Fitzgerald (L. E. 37 Ch. D. 18), 

1317. 
In re Flamank (L. E. 40 Oh. D. 461), 658. 
In re Fleetwood (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 594), 

510, 513. 
In re Freeman (W.N. (1887) 210), 1710. 
In re French (L. R. 15 Eq. 68), 1131. 
In re Frith & Osborn (L. R. 3 Ch. D. 

618), 1076. 
In re Fryer (3 Kay & J. 317), 1127, 1234. 
In re Gaflee's Trusts (1 Macn. & G. 541), 

651, 653, 667, 668, 671, 1274. 
In re Gaflney's Estate (146 Pa. St. 49; 23 

Atl. Eep. 163), 79. 
Inre Gangwere's Estate (14 Pa. St. 419), 

163. 
In re Gardner (140 N. Y. 122; 35 N. E. 

Rep. 439), 135. 
In re Gardner's Trusts (L. R. 10 Ch. 29), 

904. 
In re Geek (69 L. T. (N. S.) 819), 736. 
In re German Mining Co. (4 Be G., M. & 

G. 19), 1701. 
In re Gilmor's Estate (158 Pa. St. 186; 27 

Atl. ltep. 845), 61. 
Inre Glenny (L. E. 25 Ch. D. 611), 864. 
In re Gordon (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 531), 888. 



In re Gore's Settlement ( .'. IT. (1876) p. 

79). 1602. 
7n re Grabowski's Settlement (L. E. 6 

Eq. 12) ,1257. 
In re Graham (L. E. 10 Eq. 530), 842. 
In re Graham (13 Ir. Ch. 1371, 993. 
In re Grant (14 W. E. 191), 683. 
In re Grant (2 Story, 312) , 14. 
In re Green (2DeG., F. & J. 121), 1132, 
In re Griffiths (1 How. Dec. 431), 1409. 
J« re Groome's Estate (94 Cal. 69; 29 

Pac. Eep. 487), 324. 
In re Grove's Trusts (3 Gift. 575), 678. 
In re Gunther (3 Dem. 386), 847. 
In re Hadley's Trust (5 De G. & S. 67; 9 

Eng. L. & Eq. 67), 867, 894. 
In re Hallett's Estate (L. E. 13 Ch. D. 

696), 204, 434, 634, 1625. 
In re Hampden's Charities (L. E. 18 Ch. 

D. 310), 760. 
In re Hannis' Estate (11 Pa. Co. Ct. 94), 

149. 
Inre Harford's Trusts (L. R. 13 Ch. D. 

135), 904. 
In re Hargrove's Trusts (8 Ir. Eq. 256), 

166, 625. 
In re Harris (L. E. 15 Ch. D. 561), 813. 
In re Harrison's Trusts (22 L. J. Ch.69), 

905. 
In reHattat's Trusts (18 W. E, 416), 30, 

876. 
/» re Hawkins' Trusts (33 Beav. 570), 

893. 
In re Hawley (104 N. T. 250), 1687. 
7» re Havens (6 Dem. Surr. 45S), 139. 
In re Hays' Will (9 Hare, 221), 876. 
In re Hayter (32 W. R. 26), 1191. 
In re Head's Trustees (L. R. 45 Ch. D. 

310), 1104. 
In re Hedgman (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 156), 

733. 
In re Heliman (L. E. 2 Eq. 363), 1132. 
In re Hewitts (94 Cal. 376; 29 Pac. Eep. 

•775), 814. 
In re Higgins' Estate (15 Mont. 474; 39 

Pac. Eep. 506), 1020. 
In re Hill's Trusts (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 173), 

813. 
In re Hoare's Trusts (4 Giff. 254, 104. 
Inre Hodges (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 754), 1119. 
In re Hodge's Estate (63 Vt. 661; 22 Atl. 

Eep. 725), 1020, 1180, 1258. 
In re Hodge's Estate (66 Vt. 70; 28 Atl. 

Rep. 663), 1203. 
In re Hogdson's Settlement (9 Hare. 

117), 875. 
In re RoMen (126 N. T. 589; 27 N. E. 

Eep. 106), 690. 
In re Holden (L. R. 20 Q. B. Div. 43), 

1675. 



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In re Hopkins (L. R. 19 Ch. D. 61), 1576, 

1577. 
fcnHosle (7 Nat. Bk. Reg. 601), 1630. 
In re Hotehkys (L. R. 32 Ch. D. 408), 

1154. 
In re Hotham's Trusts (L. R. 12 Eq. 76), 

1118, 1132, 1154. 
In re Hough (4 De G. & Sm. 371), 930. 
In re Household (L. R. 27 Ch. D. 553), 

1154. 
In re Howarth (L. R. 8 Ch. 415), 831, 988. 
In re Howe (1 Paige, -214) , 1548. 
Jra re Howland (2 Nat. Bk. Reg. 114), 

699. 
Inre Hulkes (35 W. R. 194), 1193. 
In re Hume (L. R. 35 Ch. D. 457), 869. 
In re Hunt (141 Mass. 515), 1202. 
In re Ingersoll's Will (66 Hun, 571; 14 

N.Y. Supl. 22), 135. 
Inre Ingleby (L. R. 13 Ir. 326), 895. 
In re Isabella Denby (3 De G., F.& J. 

350), 894. 
In re Jackson (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 786), 827, 

829. 
Inre Jackson (32 Hun, 200), 1706. 
In re Jackson's Will (L. R. 13 Oh. D. 

189), 629. 
Inre Jaueway (4 Nat. Bk. Reg. 100), 

1630. 
In re Jeane's Estate (34 W. N. C. 190; 3 

Pa. Dist. Rep. 314), 737. 
Inre Jeffrey's Trusts (L. R. 14 Eq. 136), 

166, 620, 632, 999. 
In re Jones (4 Sandf. Ch. 615), 974, 

1750. 
In re Jones' Will (L. R. 2 Ch. D. 362), 

653. 
Inre Kavanagh (L. R. 27 Ir. 495), 1206. 
Inre Kaye (L. R. 1 Ch. 387), 24, 905. 
Inre Keleman Q26N. Y.'73), 513. 
In re Kellogg (7 Paige, 265), 1687. 
In re Kerr's Trusts (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 600), 

636. 
In re Kershaw (L. R. 6 Eq. 322), 1132, 

1602. 
In re Kilvert's Trusts (L. R. 12 Eq. 183; 

7Ch. D. 170), 732, 763. 
In re Kincaid's Trusts (1 Drew. 326), 

678. 
Inre Kinike's Estate (155 Pa. St. 101; 25 

Atl. Rep. 1016), 749. 
In re Kirkpatrick (22 N. J. Eq. 463), 

1553. 
In re Knight (27 Beav. 49), 1135. 
In re Knight's Estate (159 Pa. St. 500; 

28 Atl. Rep. 303; 34 W. N. C. 6), 733, 

809, 816. 
Inre Knight's Will (L. R. 26 Ch. D. 82), 

30. 
In re Knowles (18 L. T. 809), 1131. 



In re Laflerty's Estate (17 Pa. Co. Ct. 

401; 5 Pa. Dist. Rep. 75), 1689, 1693, 

1698. 
In re Lamotte (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 325), 869. 
In re Langdale (L. R. 10 Eq. 39), 1131. 
J«»eLarken (W. N. (1872) 85), 1132. 
In re Latymer's Charity (L. R. 7 Eq. 

363), 733, 772. 
In re Lebanon Trust, etc. Co. (166 Pa. 

St. 622), 1607. 
In re Leinster (L. R. 21 Ir. 152) , 1436. 
In re Leinann's Trusts (L. R. 22 Ch. D. 

633), 869,904. 
In re Lewin's Trusts (20 Beav. 378), 678, 

682. 
In re Lewis (3 Misc. Rep. 164), 1762. 
In re Lewis (81 N. T. 421), 1118, 1396, 

1397, 1399. 
In re Lewis' Estate (156 Pa. St. 337; 27 

Atl. Rep. 35), 660. 
In re Lewis' Estate (11 Pa. Co. Ct. Rep. 

661), 786. 
In re Litchfield (1 Atk. 87), 1067, 1244. 
In re Long (17 W. R. 218), 1132. 
In re Longendale Cotton Spinning Co. 

(L. R. 8Ch.D. 150), 35. 
In re Lord Ranelagh's Will (L. R. 26 

Ch. D. 590), 1161. 
In re Lumley (L. R. (1894), 3 Ch. 135), 

667. 
In re Lush's Trusts (L. R. 4 Ch. 591), 

675, 682. 
In re Lynall's Trusts (L. R. 12 Ch. D. 

211), 813. 
In re McAlpine (15 N. T. St. Rep. 532), 

1706. 
In re McOarter (94 N. Y. 558), 1680. 
In re McGillivray (138 N. Y.308;33N.E. 

Rep. 1077), 901. 
In re Mcintosh's Estate (158 Pa. St. 

628; 27 Atl. Rep. 1044), 106. 
ZrareMcKenna (13 Ir. Ch. 239), 201, 392, 

1596. 
In re McLaughlin (L. R. 1 Ir. 421), 1042. 
In re Mackenzie's Trusts (L. R. 23 Ch. 

D. 750) , 1209. 
In re Mackintosh (L. J. 42 Ch. 208), 

1132. 
In re Madrid Bank (L. R. 2 Eq. 216), 

494. 
In re Maguire (L. R. 9 Eq. 632), 732, 763, 

768. 
In re Mais (16 Jur. 608), 905. 
In re Manchester Royal Infirmary (L. 

R. 43 Ch. D. 420), 1216. 
In re Mann (32 Minn. 60), 1368. 
/Mi-eMarsden's Estate (166 Pa. St. 213; 

31 Atl. Rep. 46), 670. 
In re Marshall's Estate (138 Pa. St. 260 ; 

22 Atl. Rep. 90) , 612. 



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In re Martens (16 Misc. Rep. 245), 1687. 
In re Martin (L. R. 34 Oh. D. 618), 869. 
In re Martin (L. R. 21 Q. B. Div. 29), 

973. 
In re Martin's Estate (39 N". T. Supl. 

189; 16 Misc. Rep. 245), 1685. 
Zn re Mason (L. R. 10 Ch. 273), 869, 904. 
In re Mason (98 N. T. 527), 1687, 1706. 
In re Mayfield (17 Mo. App. 684), 904, 

1575. 
In re Mechanics' Bank (2 Barb. 446), 

900, £04,1123. 
In re Mehafiey's Estate (20 Atl. Rep. 

1056 , 139 Pa. St. 216) , 1288, 1289, 1290. 
In re Mellow's Trusts (L. R. 6 Oh. D. 

127), 675. 
In re Meserole (36 Hun, 298), 1687. 
In re Mitchell's Estate (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

655), 813. 
In re Morgan (L. R. 18 Ch. D. 93), 600. 
In re Morrison (16 Sim. 42), 845. 
Inre Morse's Settlement (21 Beav. 174), 

103, 104. 
In re Murton's Trusts (L. R. 10 Ch. 272), 

869. 
ZrcreNaglee's Estate (52 Pa. St. 154), 

1076. 
Inre National Finance Co. (L. R. 3 Ch. 

App. 791), 1701. 
IiireNeedham (1 Jon. & La. 34), 878, 

879. 
ZrereNesmith (140 N. Y. 609; 35 N. E. 

Ri-p. 942; 71 Hun, 139; 24 X. Y. Supl. 

627), 1026,1434. 
In re Nether Scowey Vicarage (L. R. 17 

Eq. 156), 1154. 
In re Kiles (113 N. Y. 547), 1231, 1544. 
ZnreNorris (L. R. 27 Ch. D. 333), 864, 

871. 
Inre North Shore Ferry Co. (63 Barb. 

556), 962. 
In re Nyee's Estate (5 W. & S. 256), 1202, 

1210. 
InreOden (1 Conn. (N. Y.) 94), 1003, 

1025, 1028, 1608. 
In re O'Hara (95 N. Y. 403), 508, 518. 
In re Old's Estate (176 Pa. St. 160; 33 Atl. 

Rep. 1022), 991. 
Z««Orde (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 271), 869. 
Zrcj-eOrmsby (IB. &B. 189),ir,S3. 
Z»reOverend, etc. Co. (L. R. 3Eq. 576), 

494. 
In re Owens (3 Pa. Dist. Rep. 328), 161. 
In re Owthwaite (L. R. (1891) 3 Ch. 494), 

1029. 
In re Page (L. R. (1893) 1 Ch. 304), 1191. 
Tn re Pearson (L. R. 5Ch. D. 962), 869. 
In re Pearson (21 W. R. 401), 1132. 
In re Pepper's Estate (154 Pa. St . 331 ; :5 

Atl. Rep. 1058), 7S6. 



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In re Permanen t Bldg: Soc. (L. R. 43 Ch 

U. 431), 1209, 1216. 
In re Perry (2 Cart. 655), 883. 
In re Petrank's Estate (79 Iowa, 410), 

906. 
In re Peyton's Trusts (L. R. 7 Eq. 463), 

1118, 1132. 
In re Phelps' Settlement (L. R. 31 Ch. 

D. 351), 869. 
In re Phene's Trusts (L. R. 6 Eq. 347), 

166,626,641. 
In re Plioanix Life Assurance Co. (2 

John. & Hem. 229), 962. 
In re Polly Hodge's Estate (63 Vt. 661), 

1597. 
In re Porter (26 L. J. Ch. 482), 26. 
In re Potter (L. R. 7 Eq. 487), 678. 
In re Potts (1 Ash . 340) , 900, 1176. 
Inre Prison Charities (L. R. 16 Eq. 129), 

770. 
Zra « Pumphrey (L. R. 22 Ch. D. 255), 

1677. 
In re Queen's College (5 Russ. 64), 785. 
In re Randall's Estate (29 N. Y. Supl. 

1019), 1179. 
In re Renshaw's Trusts (L. R. 4 Oh. 783), 

868. 
In re'Richards (L. R. 8 Eq. 119), 625. 
In re Richardson (9 N. Y. Supl. 638) 

1346. 
In re Rickard (31 Beav. 244), 755. 
In re Roberts (L. R, 43 Ch. D. 62), 1708. 
In re Robinson (3 Johns. Ch. 43), 1687. 
In re Robinson (37 X. Y. 261), 877, 903. 
Inre Robinson (61 L. J. Ch. 17), 732. 
Inre Robinson's Estate (26 Pitts. Leg. 

J. 404),12S9. 
In re Robinson's Estate (L. R. 12 Ch. D. 

188), 675. 
In re Roche (1 Conn. & Law. 306), 864, 

868, 904. 
In re Roe (119 N. Y. 509) , 1033, 1064, 1C65. 
In re Rogers (1 Dr. & S m . 338) , 1132 . 
In re Ryder (11 Paige, 185), 835, 837. 
Inre St. John's Church (3 Ir. Eq. 336), 

771. 
Inre Salmon (L. R. 42 Ch. D. 351), 1250. 
In re Sanderson's Trusts (3 Kay & J. 

497), 1301, 163S. 
In re Sarah Knight's Will (L. R. 26 Cfl. 

D. 82), 1670. 
In re Schell (53 N. Y. 263), 1696. 
In re Schneider's Estate (71 Hun, 62; 24 

N. Y. Supl. 540), 863. 
Inre Schoonover (5 Paige, 559), 893. 
Z»i«Schouler f 134 Mass. 426), 731, 748, 

755. 
In re Schwartz's Estate (2 Rawle, 222), 

603. 
In re Soott (5 N. Y. Leg. Obs. 378), 1345. 



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In re Security, L. , I. & A. Co. (31 Hun, 

36;95N. T. 654), 1687. 
In re Seipe's Estate (11 Pa. Co. Ct. Kep. 

27), 1619. 
In re Selleck (111 N. Y. 284), 1687. 
In re Seymour's Estate (62 Hun, 531; 17 

N. T. Supl. 91), 901. 
ZnreShafto's Trust (L. R. 29Ch.D.247), 

871. 
In re Shaw's Trusts (L. R. 12 Eq. 124), 

1118, 1131. 
In re Shelmerdine (33 L. J. Ch. 474), 26. 
In re Sherwood (3 Beav. 338), 1683. 
In re Shields (53 L. T. 5), 68. 
Inre Shields' Estate (14 Phila. 307), 1201. 
In re Ship Warre (8 Price, 269), 34. 
In re Simpson (1 J. &H. 89), 1131. 
In re Skingley (3 Macn. & G. 221), 181. 
Inre Slevin (L. R. (1991) 2 Ch. 236), 768. 
Inre Smith (131 N. Y. 239), 1746. 
In re Smith's Charities (L. R. 20 Ch. D. 

516), 773. 
In re Sparrow (L. R. 5 Ch. 662), 869, 947, 

1057, 1135, 1341. 
In re Spott's Estate (156 Pa. St. 281; 27 

Atl. Rep. 132), 710. 
In re Stanger (35 Fed. Rep. 238), 271. 
In re State Road (60 Pa. St. 330), 1130. 
/k « Stenberg (L. R. (1895)2 Ch.D.433), 

1581. 
In re Stevenson (3 Paige, 420), 1394. 
Inre Stone (138 Mass. 476), 1753. 
In re Storie's Gift (2 De G., F. & J. 529), 

817. 
In re Strickland's Estate (63 Hun, 625; 

17 N. Y. Supl. 304), 819. 
In re Sturdevant's Estate (23 Atl. Rep. 

826), 705. 
In re Stuyvesant (3Edw. Ch. 229), 904. 
In re Suggitt's Trusts (L. R. 3 Ch. 215), 

675, 678, 682. 
In re Sykes' Trusts (2 Johns. & H. 415) , 

696. 
In re Taylor (18 Beav. 165), 1058. 
In re Taylor Orphan Asylum (36 Wis. 

534), 1183. 
Inre Taylor's Settlement (9 Hare, 596,) 

259. 
In re Tempest (L. R. 1 Ch. 487), 31, 1431. 
In re Terry's Will (19 Beav. 580), 123. 
In re Thomas (1 Hun, 473), 828. 
In re Thompson (L. R. 45 Ch. D. 161), 

813. 
In re Thompson's Estate (33 Barb. 334), 

1549. 
In re Thompson's Estate (1 N. Y. Supl. 

213), 1684, 1703. 
In re Thompson's Estate (10 Pa. Co. Ct. 

Rep. 472), 1619. 
Inre Thorp (Davies, 290), 1205,1253, 1254. 



Jnj-eTIbbs (17 W. R. 304), 1132. 

In re Tierney's Estate (2 Pa. Dist. Rep. 

524), 736. 
In re Tilden (44 Hun, 441), 1687. 
In re Todd (19 Beav. 582), 682. 
In re Tottenham (16 Ired. Eq. 118), 399. 
In re Trethowan (L. R. 5 Ch. D. 559), 

600. 
In re Tryon (7 Beav. 496), 975. 
In re Tucker (L. R. (1894) 1 Ch. 724; L. 

E. (1894) 3 Ch. 429), 1209. 
In re Turner (10 Barb. 552), 630, 1092. 
In re Turner (2 De G., F. & J. 527), 930. 
In re Tyler (L. R. (1891) 3 Ch. 252), 820. 
In re Uniacke (1 Jon. & La. 1), 879. 
In re University College (2 Phill. 521), 

785. 
In re Valentine (3 Dem. 563), 1055. 
In re Vandeibilt (20 Hun, 520), 1746, 1751. 
Inre Vandervoort (1 Redf. Sur. 270), 

1082. 
In re Van Home (7 Paige, 46), 287. 
In re Van Home (18 R. I. 389) 28 Atl. 

Rep. 341), 1071. 
Inre Van Wyck (1 Barb. Ch. 565), 902, 

1040, 1123. 
J««Vicker's Trusts (L. R. 3 Ch. D. 

112), 869. 
In re Wadsworth (2 Barb. Ch. 387), 904, 

1123. 
In re Walker (1 LI. & Goodl. 324), 684, 

685. 
In re Walker & Hughes (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 

698), 871. 
Inre Walker's Will (63 Hun, 627; 17 N. 

Y. Supl. 666), 815. 
Inre Ware (L. R. 45 Ch. D. 269), 637, 

638. 
Inre Waring (12 Eng. Law & Eq. 280), 

12. 
In re Waring (99 N. Y. 114), 1055. 
In re Watmough's Trusts (L. R. 8 Eq. 

272) , 813. 
In re Watts' Settlement (9 Hare, 106), 

869. 
In re Waugh (25 W. R. 555), 1436. 
In re Way's Trusts (10 Jur. 837;2DeG., 

J. &S. 365), 160. 
In re West of England Banks (L. R. 11 

Ch. D. 772), 1604. 
In re Weston (91 N. Y. 511), 1200) 1338. 
In re Whitcomb's Estate (86 Cal. 265; 24 

Pac. Rep. 1028), 135. 
In re Whitecar's Estate (147 Pa. St. 368; 

23 Atl. Rep. 675), 1258. 
Inre Whitehead (3 Dem. 227), 1055. 
In re White's Estate (163 Pa. St. 388; 30 
Atl. Rep. 194; 35 W. N. C. 105), 1288. 
In re White's Trusts (Johns. 656), 167, 
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In re White's Trusts (L. R. 33 Ch. D. 

449), 768. 
In re Whittaker (L. E. 21 Ch. D. 657), 

712. 
In re Whittaker (4 Johns. Ch. 378), 825. 
In re Willetts (112 N. T. 289), 1706. 
In re Wilkinson (41 L. J. Ch. 392; L. E. 

13 Eq. 634), 1515. 
In re Williams (L. E. 5 Ch. D. 735), 735. 
In re Williams' Settlement (4 Kay & J. 

87), 868. 
In re Will of O'Hara (95 N. T. 403), 516. 
In re Wilson (4 Pa. St. 430), 1419. 
In re Wilson's Estate (2 Pa. St. 325), 

853. 
In re Woodburn's Will (1 De G. & J. 

333), 1118, 1266. 
In re Woods (24 Pitts. Leg. Obs. 222), 

870. 
In re Worcester Corn Exchange Co. (3 

DeG., M. AG. 180), 1032. 
In re Young's Estate (137 Pa. St. 433; 21 

Atl. Rep. 93), 365. 
Insurance Co. v. Chase (5 Wall. 509), 

1029, 1030. 
Insurance Co. v. Deale (18 Md. 26; 79 

Am. Dee. 673), 808, 339, 367. 
Insurance Co. i'. Smith (11 Pa. St. 120), 

960. 
Insurance Co. v. Wayne Co. Bank (60 

Mich. 116), 707. 
Inwood v. Twyne (Amb. 417; 2 Eden, 

148), 827, 829. 
Ioor v. Hodges (Speers, 593), 912, 917, 

943, 956. 
Iowa Seed Co. v. Dorr (70 Iowa, 481; 30 

N. W. Rep. 866), 1386. 
Ireland v. Ireland (84 N. Y. 321), 616, 

996,1007. 
Ireland v. Potter (16 Abb. Pr. 218; 25 

How. Pr. 175), 1694. 
Irish v. Antioch College (126 111. 474), 

1508, 1541. 
Irvin v. Garner (50 Tex. 48), 680. 
Irvine v. Dunham (111 U. S. 327), 904, 

1569. 
Irvine v. Irvine (9 Wall. 617), 12, 27,1023. 
Irvine v. Marshall (20 How. 558), 191, 

309, 361. 
Irvine v. Muse (10 Heisk. 477), 577. 
Irvine v. Eobertson (3 Rand. 549), 465. 
Irvine v. Sullivan (L. E. 8 Eq. 673), 128, 

130,213. 
Irving v. De Kay (9 Paige, 621), 111. 
Irwin v. Harris (6 Ired. Eq. 221), 398. 
Irwin v. Ivera (7 Ind. 308), 233. 
Irwin's Appeal (35 Pa. St. 294), 1236. 
Isaac v. Defriez (Amb. 695; 17 Ves. 373), 

630, 735. 
Isaac v. Emory (64 Md. 333), 753. 



Isaac v. Wall (L. E. 6 Ch. Div. 706), 

1433. 
Isaacs v. Beth Hamedash Soc. (1 Hill, 

469) , 1048. 
Isaacson v . Harwood (L. R. 3 Ch. App. 

225), 881. 
Isabella Denby, In re (3 De G. , F. & J. 

350), 894. 
Isham v. Del. L. & W. Ey. Co. (11 N. J. 

Eq. 227), 1086, 1750. 
Isom v. First Nat. Bank (52 Miss. 902), 

1582, 1584. 
Ithell v. Beane (1 Ves. 215), 1652. 
Iverson v. Saulsbury (65 Ga. 724), 1628. 
Ives v. Allyn (12 Vt. 589), 142. 
Ives v. Ashley (97 Mass. 198), 392, 403. 
Ives v. Davenport (3 Hill, 373), 618, 

1082. 
Ives v. Harris (7 R. I. 413), 665. 
Ivey v. Coleman (42 Ala. 410), 1690. 
Ivie». Ivie (1 Atk. 431), 1427. 
Ivory v. Burns (66 Pa. St. 300), 61, 922, 

923. 
Ivy v. Gilbert (2 P. Wms. 13), 1068, 

1090, 1526. 
Ivy ti.Eogers (Dev. Eq. 58), 461. 
Izard v. Izard (Bail. Eq. 228), 1332. 
Izod v. Izod (32 Beav. 242), 167, 614, 625. 

J. 

Jaekrnant;. Ringland (4 W. & S. 283), 

308. 
Jack's Appeal (94 Pa. St. 367), 1210. 
Jacks v. State (44 Ark. 61), 1649, 1651. 
Jackson v. Adams (7 Wend. 367), 28, 

452. 
Jackson v. Andrews (7 Wend. 152), 452. 
Jackson v. Babcock (16 N. Y. 249), 1066. 
Jackson v. Bank (10 Pa. St. 61), 1583. 
Jackson v. Bateman (2 Wend. 570), 371. 
Jackson v. Bates (14 Johns. 391), 1013, 

1040. 
Jackson v. Blodgett (5 Cow. 202), 1049. 
Jackson v. Brooks (8 Wend. 426) , 984. 
Jackson v. Bull (10 Johns. 19), 108. 
Jackson I). Burr (9 Johns. 104), 1066. 
Jackson v. Burtis (14 Johns. 391), 1013. 
Jackson v. Caldwell (1 Cow. 622), 441. 
Jackson t). Cary (16 Johns. 304), 914. 
Jackson v. Clark (7 Johns. 225), 1098. 

1109, 1489. 
Jackson v. Cleveland (15 Mich. 94), 263, 

264. 
Jackson v. Davenport (18 Johns. 300), 

1462. 
Jackson v. Delaney (13 Johns. 537; 7 

Am. Dec. 493), 971, 1639. 
Jackson v. Dominick (14 Johns. 435), 

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Jackson p. Dunlap (1 Johns. Cas. 114), 

601. 
Jackson v. Feller (2 Wend. 465), 174, 

352, 363. 
Jackson v. Fish (10 Johns. 456) , 912, 940. 
Jackson v. Forrest (2 Barb. Ch. 576), 

374. 
Jackson v. Given (8 Johns. 673), 436. 
Jackson v. Golden (4 Cow. 266), 1452. 
Jackson v. Gurnsey (16 Johns. 189), 713. 
Jackson v. Hartwell (8 Johns. 422), 18, 

1548. 
Jackson v. Hathaway (15 Johns. 1447), 

952, 953. 
Jackson v. Henry (10 Johns. 185), 436. 
Jackson v. Hill (25 Ark. 223), 675. 
Jackson a. Hobhouse (2Meriv.483),667, 

668. 
Jackson v. Hubbard (36 Conn. 10), 705. 
Jackson v. Hyde (91 Oal. 463), 227, 1701. 
Jackson, In re (L. E. 21 Ch. I>. 786), 827, 

629. 
Jackson, Jure (32 Hun, 200), 1706. 
Jackson v. Jackson (1 Gratt. 143), 886. 
Jackson v. Jackson (3 N. J. Eq. 96), 1697, 

1716. 
Jackson v. Jackson (2 Pa. St. 212), 183. 
Jackson v. Jackson (91 U. S. 125), 237, 

339, 340, 352. 
Jackson v. Jackson (9 Ves. 597), 216. 
Jackson v. Jansen (6 Johns. 73), 1085. 
Jackson v. Ketcham (8 Johns. 479), 452. 
Jackson v. Lamb (7 Cow. 431), 984. 
Jackson v. Landers (134 Ind. 529; 34 N. 

E. Rep. 323), 319. 
Jackson v. Leek (19 Wend. 339), 443. 
Jackson v. Lignon (3 Leigh, 161), 1085. 
Jacksonc. MeChesney (7 Cow. 360), 436. 
Jackson v. Matsdorf (11 Johns. 91) , 307, 

334, 357. 
Jackson v. Mills (13 Johns. 463), 307. 
Jackson v. Moore (6 Cow. 706), 197, 313, 

357, 370. 
Jackson v. Moore (13 Johns. 513), 979, 

980. 
Jackson v. Morse (16 Johns. 197), 198, 

307. 
Jackson v. Nowling (69 Ind. 188), 706. 
Jackson v. Parker (9 Cow. 73), 1366. 
Jackson v. Parkhurst (4 Wend . 369) , 601. 
Jackson v. Pierce (2 Johns. 226), 980, 983. 
Jackson v. Phillips (14 Allen, 556), 729, 
745, 748, 755, 756, 758, 759, 761, 763, 765, 
775,777,778,805, 1524. 
Jackson v. Post (15 Wend. 588), 99. 
Jackson v. Pratts (10 Johns. 381) , 984. 
Jackson v. Eobins (16 Johns. 537) , 920, 937. 
Jackson v. Eowe (4Euss. 514), 438. 
Jackson v. Schauber (7 Cow. 187; 2 
Wend. 12), 928, 940, 1066. 



Jackson v. Sharp (9 Johns. 163), 443. 
Jackson v. Stanley (87 Ala. 270), 573. 
Jackson v. Sternberg (1 Johns. Cas. 

153), 307, 357. 
Jackson «. Talbot (L. E. 21 Ch. D. 789), 

1435. 
Jackson v. Van Denberg (8 Cow. 260), 

460. 
Jackson v. Van Dolfsen (4 Johns. 43), 

385, 392. 
Jackson v. Van Zandt (12 Johns. 169), 

1066. 
Jackson v. Walsh (14 Johns. 407), 392, 

393. 
Jackson j). Warren (32111. 331), 452. 
Jack v. Weienett (115111. 105), 1408. 
Jackson v. West (22 Md. 71), 707. 
Jackson v. Winslow (9 Cow. 13), 443. 
Jackson v. Wood (88 Mo. 76), 363, 1509. 
Jackson v. Woolsey (11 Johns. 446), 392, 

984. 
Jackson's Appeal (8 Atl. Eep. 870), 

1719. 
Jackson's Will, In re (L. E. 13 Ch. D. 

189), 629. 
Jacksonville Nat. Bk. v. Beesley (159 

111. 120; 42 ST. E. Rep. 164), 317. 
Jacob v. Lucas (1 Beav. 436), 1116. 
Jacobs v. Amyatt (1 Madd. 376 n.), 680. 
Jacobs v. Averill (1 Mod. 376), 655. 
Jacobs v. Jacobs (99 Mo. 427), 1345. 
Jacobs v. Pou (18 Ga. 346), 1538. 
Jacobs v. Eemsen (36 N. Y. 668), 1368. 
Jacobus v. Jacobus (20 N. J. Eq. 49), 

996. 
Jacobus v. Munn (38 N. J. Eq. 622), 1171, 

1696. 
Jacomb v. Harwood (2 Ves. 268), 455, 

1655. 
Jacot v. Emmet (11 Paige, 142), 1255. 
Jacubsu. Rylance (L. E. 17 Eq. 341), 

(856, 1257, 1590 
Jaffa v. Meyers (33 La. Ann. 406), 715. 
Jaffreyc. Brown (29 Fed. Eep. 476), 

495. 
James v. Allen (3 Meriv. 17), 83. 
James v. Cowing (82 N. T. 449; 17 Hun, 

256), 432, 595, 1092, 1118, 
James v. Dean (11 Ves. 383; 15 Ves. 236), 

397, 399. 
James, Ex parte (8 Ves. 337), 334, 383,384, 

385, 399, 423, 1163, 1178, 1180. 
James v. Falk (50 N. J. Eq. 468; 26 Atl. 

Eep. 138), 58. 
James v. Frierson (1 N. C. C. 375; 1 T. & 

C. 370) 882,883,884. 
James u. Holmes (8 Jur. (N. S.), 553; 

31 L. J. Ch. 567), 292, 431. 
James v. Holmes (4De G., F. & J. 470), 

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James ®. James (55 Ala. 525), 1184. 
James ®. James (41 Ark. 301), 336, 352, 

364. 
James v. James (81 Tex. 373), 724, 726. 
James r. Johnson (6 Johns. Oh. 417), 

977. 
James®. Lock (L. E. 1 Ch. App. 125), 

70. 
James ®. May (L. B. 6 H. L. 328), 1701. 
James v. Mayrant (4 Desaus. Eq. 19; 

6 Am. Dec. 596), 704, 710. 
, James ®. Mechanics' Nat. Bank (12 E. 

I. 490), 1408. 
James ®. Morey (2 Cow. 246), 977, 978. 
Jameson ®. Smith (4 Bibb, 307), 928, 940. 
Jamison v. Brady (6 S. & E. 467), 25, 661, 

654, 686. 
Jamison v. Glasscock (29 Mo. 191), 386, 

391, 417, 1171, 1184. 
Jamison ®. Lindsay (1 Bailey, 79), 1678. 
Janeway, In re (4 Nat. Bk. Eeg. 100), 

1630. 
Jansen ®. Ostrander (1 Oow. 670), 19. 
Jaques®. M. E. Church (17 Johns. 548; 

8 Am. Dec. 447), 664, 667, 698, 701, 702, 

709. 
Jaques v. Weeks (7 Watts, 261), 449, 451, 

460. 
Jarman ®. Wilkerson (7 B . Hon . 293) , 

706. 
Jarnagln v. Frank (59 Miss. 393), 860. 
Jarrett®. Andrews (7 Bush, 311), 829. 
Jarvis v. Babcock (5 Barb. 139), 125, 

618. 
Jarvis ®. Dutcher (16 Wis. 327), 603. 
Jarvis®. Prentice (19 Conn. 273), 654. 
Jasper v. Hazen (1 N. Dak. 75), 1720. 
Jaudon ®. Nat. City Bank (8 Blatch. 

430), 456, 457, 1657,1659. 
Jaycox®. Caldwell (51 N. T. 395), 714. 
Jeane's Estate, In re (34 W. N. C. 190; 3 

Pa. Dist. Eep. 314), 737. 
Jeans v. Cooke (24 Beav. 521), 366. 
Jee v. Thurlow (2 B. & Cr. 646), 720. 
Jeffereys ®. Jeflereys (1 Cr. &Ph. 138), 

147, 148, 151. 
Jefferson v. Cotheal (7 Wend. 72), 1030. 
Jefferson ®. Tyrer (9 Jur. 1083), 1013. 
Jeffrey ®. Bigelow (13 Wend. 618), 476, 

484. 
Jeffrey's Trusts, Be (L. E. 14 Eq. 136), 

166,620,632, 999. 
Jeffries ®. Beekman (86 Mo. 350), 1369. 
Jeffrys ®. Small (1 Vern. 217), 216. 
Jenckes ®. Cook (9 E. I. 520), 221, 625. 
Jencks ®. Alexander (11 Paige Ch. 619), 

339, 354,373,1506. 
Jenison ®. Graves (2 Blackf. 440), 232, 

308, 355. 
Je kins ®. Doolittle (69111. 415), 377. 



Jenkins ®. Eldredge (3 Story, 294), 48, 

391, 416, 477, 497, 500, 1692. 
Jenkins ®. Frink (30 Cal. 586) , 185, 309, 

532. 
Jenkins v. Hills (6 Ves. 654), 1323, 1350, 

1654. 
Jenkins ®. Jenkins (Wllles, 656), 936. 
Jenkins ®. Lester (131 Mass. 357), 35, 142, 

1743. 
Jenkins ®. McConico (17 Ala. 213), 664. 
Jenkins ®. Milford (1 J. & W. 629), 955, 

1425. 
Jenkins ®. Pierce (98 111. 646), 1505. 
Jenkins ®. Plombs (6 Mod. 181), 1141. 
Jenkins v. Pye (12 Pet. 241), 238, 282, 

361. 
Jenkins ®. Storffer (3 Teates, 163), 1037. 
Jenkins v. Walter (8 G. & J. 218; 29 Am. 

Dec. 539), 1188, 1201. 
Jenks v. Backhouse (1 Blnn. 91) , 979. 
Jenne ®. Baring (L. E. (1893) 1 Ch. 61), 

1243. 
Jenne v. Marble (37 Mich. 318), 707. 
Jenney ®. Gray (5 Ohio St. 45), 688. 
Jenney ®. Jenney (24 Vt. 324), 553. 
Jennings v. Coleman (59 Ga. 718) , 92. 
Jennings ®. Davis (31 Ark. 268), 687. 
Jennings ®. Davis (31 Conn. 134),*705. 
Jennings v. Davis (5 Dana, 127), 1054. 
Jennings®. Jordan (L. E. 6 App. Cas. 

698), 560. 
Jennings v. Moore (2 Vern. 609), 432. 
Jennings v. Shacklett (30 Gratt. 765), 

364. 
Jennison®. Hapgood (7 Pick. 8), 386, 

393, 404. 
Jenz v. Gugel (26 Ohio St. 527), 709. 
Jernee®. Bentley (49 N. J. Eq. 684; 27 

Atl. Eep. 340), 1258. 
Jerome v. Bohm (40 Pac. Eep. 570), 71. 
Jerrard ®. Saunders (2 Ves. Jr. 454), 

327, 435, 438, 594. 
Jervis v. Lawrence (L. E. 22 Ch. D. 202), 

813. 
Jervis®. White (6 Ves. 738; 7 Ves. 413; 

8 Ves. 313), 842. 
Jervoise v. Duke (1 Vern. 20), 1041, 1045. 
Jervolse v. Northumberland (1 J. & W. 

559), 94, 107,113. 
Jervoise ®. Silk (Coop. 52), 834, 1561, 

1663. 
Jesser v. Gifford (4 Burr. 2141), 985. 
Jesson v. Jesson (2 Vern. 255), 1528. 
Jessup ®. Hulse (21 N. Y. 168), 1389. 
Jessup ®. 111. Cent. E. Co. (43 Fed. Eep. 

483), 411. 
Jevon ®. Bush (1 Vern. 343), 26, 993, 

1047, 1048, 1343. 
Jewett, Ex parte (16 Ala. 409), 829. 
Jewett®. Miller (ION. Y. 402), 390, 391. 



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Jewett v. Palmer (7 Cow. 65), 441. 
Jewett». Woodward (lJEdw. Ch. 199), 

1687. 
Jewson v. Moulson (2 Atk. 417), 976. 
Jobson v. Palmer (L. K. (1893), 1 Ch. 71), 

1247. 
Jocelyn ». Nott (44 Conn. 55), 820. 
Jodrell v. Jodrell (9 Beav. 45), 11, 715. 
Jodrell v. Jodrell (14 Beav. 367), 183. 
Joel v. Mills (3 Kay & J. 458), !l291. 
John v. Barnes (21 W. Va. 498), 1650. 
John v. Bennett (39 Barb. 237), 399. 
Johns «. Bolton (12 Pa. St. 339), 1360. 
Johns v. Herbert (2 App. D. C. 485), 

1205. 
Johns v. James (L. E. 8 Ch. D. 744), 

1317. 
Johns v. Norris (22 N. J. Eq. 110), 562. 
Johns v. Smith (56 Miss. 727), 1742. 
Johns v. Williams (66 Miss. 350; 6 So. 

Rep. 207), 1568, 1616. 
John Shillito Co. v. McConnell (130Ind. 

41), 1362. 
Johnson v. Ames (11 Pick. 173), 1535. 
Johnson a. Atchison (90 Mo. 49), 1496. 
Johnson v. Ball (5 De G. & Sm. 85), 143, 

263,517,851. 
Johnson v. Beard (93 Ala. 96; 9 So. Eep. 

535), 1449. 
Johnson v. Bennett (39 Barb. 237), 392, 

405. 
Johnson v. Billups (23 W. Va. 685), 183, 

184. 
Johnson v. Blackman (11 Conn. 342), 

333, 402, 414. 
Johnson v. Bloodgood (1 Johns. Cas. 

61), 1049. 
Johnson v. Clark (3 Rich. Eq. 305), 143. 
Johnson v. Clark (5 Ark. 321), 1442. 
Johnson v. Clarkson (3 Rich. Eq. 305), 

810,851. 
Johnson v. Coleman (3 Jones Eq. 290), 

832. 
Johnson v. Cummings (16 N. J. Eq. 97; 

84 Am. Dec. 142), 708. 
Johnson v. Deloney (35 Tex. 42), 50, 60. 
Johnson v. Dorsey (7 Gill, 269), 1093, 

1110. 
Johnson v. Dougherty (10 Ga. 273), 1376. 
Johnson v. Dougherty (18 N. J. Eq. 

406), 223,256,431, 532. 
Johnson v. Farnam (56 Ga. 144), 1369. 
Johnson v. Fessenmeyer (25 Beav. 88; 

3DeG.&J. 13), 423. 
Johnson v. Freeth (6 Sim. 423), 649. 
Johnson v. Fuquay (1 Dana, 514), S56. 
Johnson v. Gallagher (3 De G., F. & J. 

494), 647, 648, 656, 690, 698. 
Johnson v. Haynes (68 N. Car. 514), 
836. 



Johnson v. Holifleld (79 Ala. 423; 58 Am. 

Rep. 596), 749, 755. 
Johnson v. Hubbell (2 Stockt. 332), 517. 
Johnson v. Humphrey (14 S. & R. 394) , 

1537. 
Johnson v. Hunt (81 Ky. 321), 556. 
Johnson v. Johnson (6 Ala. 90), 286, 

1180. 
Johnson v. Johnson (7 Allen, 197; 83 

Am. Dec. 676), 910. 
Johnson v. Johnson (2 Hill Eq. 277), 

456, 1123, 1230, 1657. 
Johnson v. Johnson (88 Ky. 275; 11 S. 

W. Rep. 5), 1552. 
Johnson v. Johnson (1 J. & W. 472), 682, 

683, 976. 
Johnson v. Johnson (16 Minn. 512), 339, 

340. 
Johnson v. Johnson (51 Ohio St. 446; 38 

N. E. Rep. 61), 176, 179. 
Johnson v. Johnson (27 S. Car. 309), 

1445, 1463. 
Johnson v. Johnson (92 Tenn. 559; 23 S. 

W. Rep. 114), 750. 
Johnson v. Kay (8 Hump. 142), 405. 
Johnson v. Kendall (20 N. H. 304), 991, 

1339. 
Johnsons. Kennett (3 Myl. & K. 624), 

1350, 1351, 1652. 
Johnson v. Landers (L. R. 7 Eq. 228), 

674, 678. 
Johnson v. Lawrence (95 N. T. 154), 

1706. 
Johnson v. Lewis (2 Strobh. Eq. 157), 

1151. 
Johnson v. Longmire (39 Ala. 143), 750. 
Johnsons;. McAllister (30 Mo. 327), 1368. 
Johnson v. McGrew (42 Iowa, 555), 575. 
Johnson v. Matsdorf (11 Johns. 91), 366. 
Johnson v. Mayne (4 Iowa, 180), 750. 
Johnson v. Milksopp (2 Vern. 112), 1324. 
Johnson v. Newton (11 Hare, 168), 1187, 

1196, 1205, 1253. 
Johnson v. Nunnerly (30 Ark. 153), 574. 
Johnson v. Packer (1 Nott. & M. 1), 1701. 
Johnson v. Patterson (2 Woods, 543, 

1409. 
Johnson v. Payne, etc. Bank (56 Mo. 

App. 25), 1179. 
Johnson v. Pengnet (17 Hun, 540), 709. 
Johnson v. Peterson (6 Jones Eq. 12), 

553. 

Johnsons;. Prairie (91 N. Car. 159), 672. 
Johnson v. Quarles (46 Mo. 423), 232, 

309, 363. 
Johnson v. Richardson (44 Ark. 365), 

358. 

Johnson v. Robertson (34 Md. 165), 1503. 
Johnson v. Rogers (15 Nat'l Bank Reg. 
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Johnson v. Roland (2 Baxt. 203), 878, 

893. 
Johnson v. Ronald (4 Munf . 77), 47. 
Johnson v. Sergeant (45 Miss. 332), 1341. 
Johnson v. Shrewsbury, etc. Ry. (3 De 

G., M.&G.914), 560. 
Johnson v. Smith (27 Mo. 591), 1538. 
Johnson v. Smith (1 Ves. 315), 13. 
Johnson v. Stark County (24 111. 75), 

1542. 
Johnson v. Stillings (35 Me. 427), 706. 
Johnson v. Telford (3 Russ. 477), 1701. 
Johnson v. Townsend (30 S. W. Rep. 

71), 577. 
Johnson v. Twist (2 Ves. 166), 245. 
Johnson v. Vaill (1 McCart. 423), 688. 
Johnsons. Webster (4 De G., M. & G. 

474), 978. 
Johnson v. Whitewell (7 Pick. 71), 1388. 
Johnson v. Williams (4 Minn. 260), 1467, 

1468, 1482. 
Johnson's Appeal (9 Pa. St. 416), 884, 

1575. 
Johnson's Appeal (103 Pa. St. 373), 1362. 
Johnson's Estate (9 W. & S. 107), 1143, 

1144. 
Johnston v. Eason (3 Ired. Eq. 330), 

1093, 1095, 1107, 1488, 1490. 
Johnston v. Harvey (2 P. & W. 82), 

1310. 
Johnston v. Haynes (68 N. Car. 514), 

829. 
Johnston v. Johnston (138 111. 385; 27 

N. E. Rep. 930), 232. 
Johnston v. Redd (59 Ga. 621), 97. 
Johnston v. Rowlands (2 De G. &Sm. 

356), 132. 
Johnston v. Spicer (107 N. T. 198), 1277. 
Johnston v. Vaill (4 N. J. Eq. 423), 708. 
Johnston v. Zane (11 Gratt. 652), 1271. 
Johnstone v. Beattie (10 CI. & Fin. 42), 

827. 
Johnstone v. Lumb (15 Sim. 308), 672. 
Joiners. Cowing (17 Hun, 266), 327. 
Joiner v. Perkins (69 Tex. 300), 580. 
Jolliffe v. Baker (L. R. 11 Q. B. 820), 

475. 
Jones v. .ffitna Ins. Oo. (14 Conn. 501), 

705. 
Jones v. Arkansas, etc. (38 Ark. 17), 

411. 
Jones v. Bacon (68 Me. 34), 106. 
Jones v. Badley (L. R. 3 Ch. App. 362), 

617. 
Jones v. Bamford (21 Iowa, 217), 443. 
Jones v. Boulter (1 Cox, 288), 99. 
Jones v. Bush (4 Harr. 1),912, 914. 
Jones v. Caldwell (97 Pa. St. 42), 967. 
Jones v. Chennell (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 492), 
1251, 1670. 



Jones v. Clifton (101 U. S. 225; 17 Am. 

L. Reg. 713; 2 Flip. 191), 99, 651, 686, 

713, 722. 
Jones v. Cole (2 Bail. 330), 956, 957. 
Jones v. Conway (4 Yeates, 109), 470. 
Jones w. Craigmiles (114 N. Car. 613; 19 

S.E. Rep. 638), 709. 
Jones v. Dawson (19 Ala. 672), 1434, 1701. 
Jones v. Degge (84 Va. 685), 711. 
Jones v. Deyer (16 Ala. 221), 993, 1049. 
Jones v. Dexter (130 Mass. 380), 186, 

431. 
Jones v. Dougherty (10 Ga. 273), 904, 

1380, 1568, 1576, 1577. 
Jones v. Floyd (117 HI. 597), 1598. 
Jones v. Foxall (15Beav. 392), 1255. 
Jones v. Gibbons (9 Ves. 410), 1117. 
Jones v. Graham (36 Ark. 383), 403. 
Jones v. Habersham (107 U. S. 174), 734, 

745, 747, 756, 783, 786, 787, 815, 819, 

1524. 
Jones ii. Haddock (41 Ala. 262), 327, 538. 
Jones v. Hagler (95 Ala. 629; 10 So. Rep. 

345) , 1458. 
Jones v. Harris (9 Ves. 486), 693. 
Jones v. Haversham (3 Woods, 443; 107 

U. S. 174), 731. 
Jones v. Higgins (L. R. 2 Eq. 53S), 1545, 

1592. 
Jones v. Hubbard (6 Munf. 261), 527. 
Jones v. Hudson (23 S. Car. 494), 1591. 
Jones, In re (4 Sandf. Ch. 615), 974, 1750. 
Jones v. Jones (3 Bro. Ch. 80), 956. 
Jones v. Jones (56 Ga. 325), 578. 
Jones v. Jones (53 Mo. App. 207), 1186. 
Jones v. Jones (13 N. J. Eq. 236), 1036. 
Jones v. Jones (8 Misc. Rep. 660; 30 N. 

Y. Supl. 177), 901,997. 
Jones v. Kearney (1 Dr. & W. 167), 381. 
Jones v. Knauss (31 N. J. Eq. 323), 1121. 
Jones v. Langhorne (3 Bibb, 453), 1298. 
Jones v. Langton (lEq. Ca. Ab. 392), 

90,101,102. 
Jones v. Leonard (78 Hun, 290; 28 N. Y. 

Supl. 906), 106. 
Jones v. Lewis (2 Ves. 241), 947, 1140, 

1221. 
Jones v. Lewis (1 Cox, 199), 1266, 1679. 
Jones v. Lock (L. R. 1 Ch. App. 25), 67, 

151. 
Jones v. Lockard (89 Ala. 575), 573. 
Jones v. McDougall (32 Miss. 179), 231, 

600,525. 
Jones*. McKee (3 Pa. St. 496; 6 Pa. St. 

425), 497,600,513. 
Jones v. McNeil (1 Bail. Eq. 235), 1750. 
Jones v. Mack (53 Mo. 147), 1503. 
Jones v. Maffett (5 S. & R. 623), 894. 
Jones v. Martin (6 Bro. P. C. 437; 5 Ves. 

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Jones ®. Mason (L. B. 39 Ch. D. 534), 

1435. 
Jones ®. Matthie (11 Jur. 804), 1505. 
Jones v. Mitchell (1 S. & S. 290), 255, 266, 

259. 
Jones ®. Moore (42 Mo. 413), 1093. 
Jones U.Morgan (1 Bro. Ch. 206), 94, 

1277. 
Jones v. Mossop (3 Hare, 572), 976. 
Jones v. Newell (78 Hun, 290), 1746. 
Jones ®. Newhall (115 Mass. 244), 530, 

1724. 
Jones ®. Oberchain (10 Gratt. 259), 713. 
Jones v. Owens (47 L. T. 62) , 1336, 1346. 
Jones ®. Parsons (2 Hawkes, 269), 1537. 
Jones ®. Phillips (82 Ala. 102), 1739. 
Jones ®. Price (11 Sim. 657; 10 L. J. (N. 

S.) Ch. 195), 1087, 1350, 1652. 
Jones ®. Powell (6 Beav. 488), 1704. 
Jones ®. Pullen (115 N. Car. 465), 1508. 
Jones v. Eagland (4 Lea, 539), 577. 
Jones ®. Eeese (65 Ala. 134), 704,977, 

1271. 
Jones ®. Benshaw (130 Pa. St. 327), 749. 
Jones v. Roberts (9 Beav. 419), 424. 
Jones v. Say & Sele (8 Vin. 262), 927, 930. 
Jones ®. Scott (1 Buss. & Myl. 255; 4 CI. 

& Fin. 382), 1151, 1319, 1320. 
Jones ®. Selby (Pr. Ch. 300), 78. 
Jones ». Sergeant (45 Miss. 332), 1005, 

1006, 1096. 
Jones v. Shaddock (41 Ala. 362), 432, 595, 

1625. 
Jones ®. Shipley (90 Mo. 307; 2 S. W. 

Eep. 400), 1568. 
Jones v. Simpson (9 Pa. St. 416) , 905. 
Jones v. Smith (33 Miss. 215), 1171. 
Jones ®. Stanley (2 Eq. Ca. Ab. 685), 

441. 
Jones ®. Stockett (2 Bland, 409), 889, 896, 

974, 1058, 1062, 1133, 1228, 1673, 1678. 
Jones ®. Stohwasser (L. E. 16 Ch. D. 

577), 1173. 
Jones v. Storm (90 Iowa, 369; 57 N. W. 

Eep. 892), 335. 
Jones ®. Strong (6 Ired. 367), 956, 1266. 
Jones®. Suffolk (IBro. Ch. 528), 1046. 
Jones v. Tainter (15 Minn. 512), 1461. 
Jones w. Thomas (2 T. & C. 498), 382, 419, 

422. 
Jones v. Torin (6 Sim. 255), 623, 624. 
Jones v. Tucker (2 Meriv. 533), 1011. 
Jones ® Turberville (2 Ves. Jr. 13), 981, 

985. 
Jones v. Wait (4 Macn. & G. 1107), 721. 
Jones ®. Waite (5Bing. N. Cas. 341; 35 

E. C. L. 130), 724. 
Jones ®. Westcome (Pr. Ch. 316), 246. 
Jones ®. Williams (Ambl. 652), 730, 737. 
Jones®. Williams (24 Beav. 47), 600. 



Jones v. Witter (13 Mass. 304), 1117. 
Jones' Appeal (3 Grant, 169), 865, 885. 
Jones' Appeal (5 Grant, 19), 1037. 
Jones' Appeal (57 Pa. St. 369), 666. 
Jones' Appeal (8 W. & S. 142; 42 Am. 

Bee. 281), 1135,1236. 
Jones' Will, In re (L. R. 2 Ch. D. 362), 653. 
Joor®. Williams (38 Miss. 546), 538. 
Joralemon ®. Van Eeper (44 N. J. Eq. 

299), 858. 
Jordan, Ex parte (4 Del. Ch. 615), 1168, 

1742. 
Jordan ®. Garner (101 Ala. 411), 360. 
Jordan®. Money (5 H. L. Cas. 186), 

392, 468, 1543, 1545. 
Jordan ®. Winner (45 Iowa, 65), 575. 
Jortin®. S. E. By. Co. (3DeG.,M. &G. 

270), 419. 
Jortin, Ex parte (7 Ves. 340), 772. 
Joslin ®. Brewitt (Bunb. 112), 245. 
Jonrolomon ». Massengill (86Tenn. 82), 

922, 1267, 1294. 
Joy ®. Campbell (1 Sch. & Let. 328), 563, 

1122,1230, 1235. 
Joyce ®. De Moleyns (2 J. & H. 374), 

600. 
Joyce ». Gunnels (2 Eich. Eq. 259), 1426. 
Joyce®. Haines (33 N. J. Eq. 99), 656. 
Joyce ®. Joyce (2 Moll. 276), 907. 
Joyner v. Oonyers (6 Jones Eq. 78), 401. 
Joyner ®. Farmer (78 N. Car. 196) , 1490. 
Jubber®. Jubber (9Sim. 503), 183, 223. 
Judah v. Judd (5 Day, 534), 1117. 
Judd v. Mosely (30 Iowa, 425), 218. 
Judd ®. O'Brien (21 N. T. 186), 1477. 
Judd ®. Warner (2 Dem. 104), 1203, 1210. 
Judge ®. Booze (47 Mo. 544), 1099, 1470, 

1498. 
Judge of Probate v. Jackson (58 N. H. 

458), 1694. 
Judge of Probate v. Mathes (60 N. H. 

433), 1102. 
Judson v. Corcoran (17 How. 614), 957, 

1117. 
Judson ®. Gibbons (5 Wend. 226), 855, 

858, 877, 882, 887, 892. 
Jaler®. Juler (29 Beav. 34), 144. 
Julian v. Eeynolds (8 Ala. 680), 392, 405. 
Justis ®. English (30 Gratt. 565), 656,664, 

615, 711. 
Juvenal v. Jackson (2 Harris, 519), 443. 
Juzan®. Toulmin (9 Ala. 662; 44 Am. 

Dec. 448), 847, 1120. 

K. 

Kain v. Gibboney (101 U. S. 362), 744, 

745, 747, 753, 756. 
Kalbfleisch®. Kalbfleisch (67 N. Y. 354), 

1356. 



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Kane ®. Bloodgood (7 Johns. Oh. 90; 11 

Am. Deo. 417), 461, 465, 467, 1534, 1535, 

1537. 
Kane ®. Fond duLac (40 Wis. 495), 1048. 
Kane ®. Gott (24 Wend. 641 ; 35 Am. Deo. 

641), 260, 616, 944. 
Kane ®. Kane (L. E. 16 Ch. D. 207), 653. 
Kane ®. O'Connors (78 Va. 76), 232, 

358. 
Kane County ». Herrlngton (50111. 232), 

308. 
Kanes' Estate (9Phila. 339), 931. 
Kankakee Woolen Mill Co. ®. Kampe, 

(38 Mo- App. 229), 411. 
Kann'a Estate (69 Pa. St. 219), 827. 
Kantrowitz v. Prather (31 Ind. 92; 99 

Am. Dec. 687), 698, 706. 
Karr ®. Karr (6 Dana, 3), 1219. 
Karr ®. Washburn (56 Wis. 303), 72. 
Kase ®. Painter (77 111. 543) , 705. 
Kauflelt ®. Bower (7 S. & R. 64), 578, 591. 
Kaufman ®. Rogers (9 W. & S. 323; 42 

Am.- Dec. 323), 1582. 
Kavanaugh, In re (L. B. 27 Ir. 495), 

1206. 
Kavanaugh ®. O'Neill (53 Wis. 101), 711. 
Kay, Exparte (1 Md. 199), 654. 
Kay ®. Scates (37 Pa. St. 31; 78 Am. Dec. 

399), 96, 912, 934. 
Kaye, In re (L. E. 1 Ch. 387), 24, 905. 
Kaye ®. Powel (1 Ves. Jr. 408), 1424. 
Kayser ®. Maugham (8 Colo. 232), 231. 
Kean ®. Kean (18 S. W. Bep. 1032), 1299. 
Kean i. Kean, (19 S. W. Rep. 184), 864. 
Keane ®. Deardon (8 East, 242), 937, 940, 

1326. 
Keane ®. Eobarts (4 Madd. 332), 1248. 
Kearney v. Kearney (17 N. J. Eq. 59), 

1025, 1152. 
Keat v. Allen (2 Vern. 588), 645, 546. 
Keate ®. Phillips (L. E. 18 Ch. D. 560), 

600. 
Keates ®. Burton (14 Ves. 434), 999, 1000. 
Keates ®. Cadogan (2 Eng. L. & Eq. 

326; IOC. B. 591), 481. 
Keating v. Vaughn (61 Tex. 518), 1364. 
Keaton ®. Cobb (1 Dev. Eq. 439), 352. 
Keaton ®. Greenwood (8 Ga. 97), 1537. 
Keaton ®. McGwier (24 Ga. 217), 1738. 
Kebble, Ex parte (11 Ves. 604), 836, 837, 

838,841. 
Keble ®. Thompson (3 Bro. Oh. 112), 

1102. 
Kee ®. Kee (2 Gratt. 116), 857, 1342, 1696. 
Kee®. Vasser (2 Ired. Eq. 553), 715. 
Keech v. Sanford (Sel. Oas in Ch. 61; 

Lead. Cas. in Equity, 44), 397, 398, 

1160. 
Keefer v. Schwartz (47 Pa. St. 508), 1011. 
Keeler®. Keller (11 N. J. Eq. 458), 1729. 



Keeley ®. Smith (L. R. 44 Ch. Div. 654), 

1045. 
Keeling v. Brown (5 Ves. 359), 1353. 
Keen v. James (39 N. J. Eq. 627; 51 Am. 

Rep. 29), 494. 
Keen v. Walbank (2 B. & Ad. 554), 937, 

938. 
Keenan v. Missouri Ins. Co. (12 Iowa, 

106), 444. 
Keene v. Deardon (8 East, 248) , 929, 982. 
Kehoe v. Kehoe (22 Am. L. Reg. 656), 

807. 
Kehoe v. Taylor (31 Mo. App. 588), 1398, 

1399. 
Kehr ®. Smith (20 Wall. 31), 99, 103, 722. 
Keighler v. Savage Manf . Co. (12 Md. 

383), 393, 413. 
Kelley ».,Monck (3 Eidg. 205), 1041, 1044. 
Keim ®. Lindley (30 Atl. Sep. 1063), 639, 

1040. 
Keiser v. Gannon (95 Mo. 217), 1498, 

1509. 
Keisteru. Howe (3 Ind. 268), 980. 
Keister v. Scott (61 Md. 507), 1619, 1650. 
Keith v. Horner (32 111. 624), 574. 
Keith v. Kellam (35 Fed. Rep. 243), 414, 

494, 1184. 
Keith ®. Purvis (4 Desaus. 114), 219, 525, 

526. 
Keithburg ®. Frick (34 III. 421), 1542. 
Kekewick v. Manning (1 Hare, 464, 1 De 

G., M. & G. 176), 15, 76, 88, 153,156, 160. 
Kekewick ®. Marker (3 Macn. & G. 310) , 

1118. 
Keleman, In re (126 N. T. 73), 513. 
Kellam v. Allen (52 Barb. 605), 936. 
Kellaway v. Johnson (5 Beav. 319), 1223, 

1592. 
Keller v. Keller (45 Md. 269), 346. 
Kellers. Kunkell (56 Md. 569), 237, 308. 
Keller v. Phillips (39 N. T. 351), 726. 
Kellet v. Eathbun (4 Paige, 102), 1255. 
Kellett v. Kellett (1 B. & B. 643; 3 Dow. 

P. C. 248), 242, 260. 
Kelley v. Jenness (50 Me. 455) , 308, 369. 
Kelley v. Euble (11 Ore. 75), 577. 
Kelley v. Turner (74 Ala. 513), 704. 
Kellogg j>. Carrico (47 Mo. 157), 1095. 
Kellogg v. Curtis (69 Me. 212), 448. 
Kellogg®. Hale (108111. 164), 912,916. 
Kellogg, In re (7 Paige, 265), 1687. 
Kellogg v. Wood (4 Paige, 578), 1051. 
Kellum®. Smith (33 Pa. St. 158), 526. 
Kelly v. Drew (12 Allen, 107), 689. 
Kelly®. Duffy (31 Ohio St. 437), 1385. 
Kelly®. Hart (61 Mo. 463), 15C7. 
Kelly ». Jefferis (13 Mont. 170; 32 Pac. 

Eep. 753), 660. 
Kelly ®. Johnson (28 Mo. 249), 309, 370. 
Kelly v. Karsner (72 Ala. 110), 72, 573. 



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Kelly v. Kendall (118 111. 650), 560. 
Kelsal v. Bennett (1 Atk. 522), 438. 
Kelsey v. Kelley (63 Vt. 41), 711. 
Kelsey v. Snyder (118 111. 544), 362. 
Kelsey v. Western (2 Comst. 500), 1322. 
Kelso v. Robertson (51 Ark. 397), 714. 
Kemp v. Burn (4 Gift. 848), 1191, 1564, 

1679. 
Kemp v. Carnley (3 Duer, 1), 1415. 
Kemp v. Oolman (1 Salk. 156), 546. 
Kemp v. Kemp (85 N. Car. 491), 681, 637. 
Kemp v. Kemp (5 Ves. 849), 999. 
Kemper v. Campbell (44 Ohio St. 210), 

560. 
Kempton v. Packman (7 Ves. 176), 398. 
Kenady v. Edwards (134 U. S. 117), 893, 

11(8. 
Kenan v. Hall (8 Ga. 417), 1692. 
Kendall v. Bates (35 Me. 357), 993, 1049. 
Kendall v. Granger (5 Beav. 300), 254. 
Kendall v. Mann (11 Allen, 15), 270, 307, 

370. 
Kendall v. Marsters (2 DeG.,F. & J. 

200), 397. 
Kendall v. New England Carpet Co. (13 

Conn. 383), 1690. 
Kendig v. Dean (97 U. S. 423), 1730. 
Kendrick v. Eggleston (56 Iowa, 128), 

575. 
Kennard v. Sax (3 Ore. 263), 710. 
Kennedy v. Badgett (19 S. Car. 591), 

1619. 
Kennedy v. Baker (59 Tex. 150), 1535. 
Kennedy v. Browne (3 Ridg. 518), 606. 
Kennedy v. Daly (1 Sen. & Lef. 355), 432, 

434, 1538. 
Kennedy v. Dunn (45 Cal. 330), 1341. 
Kennedy v. Dunn (58 Cal. 339), 1005, 

1096, 1496, 1498. 
Kennedy v. Edwards (134 IT. S. 117), 865. 
Kennedy v. Fury (1 Dall. 76), 952. 
Kennedy v. Georgia State Bank (8 How 

586), 464. 
Kennedy v. Green (3 Myl. & K. 718), 479. 
Kennedy v. Kennedy (2 Ala. 571), 1178. 
Kennedys. Kennedy (57 Mo. 76), 1509. 
Kennedy v. Kingston (2 J. & W. 431) , 

641, 999. 
Kennedy v. Nunan (52 Cal. 326) ,'1268, 

1291, 1298. 
Kennedy v. Stalnsby (2 Ves Jr. 66), 245. 
Kennedy v. Taylor (20 Kan. 558), 372, 

374. 
Kennedy v. Ware (1 Barr, 445), 147, 553. 
Kennedys. Winn (80 Ala. 166), 878, 883. 
Kennedy's Appeal (4 Pa. St. 149), 1688, 

1699. 
Kennellu. Abbott (4 Ves. 802), 511. 
Kenrick v. Beauclerk (3 Bos. & P. 178), 
919, 927, 1267. 



Kensal v. Bennett (1 Atk. 522), 327. 
Kensington, Ex parte (2 V. & B. 79) 

600. 
Kent?. Ohalfant (7 Minn. 487), 399. 
Kent v. Dunham (142 Mass. 216; 56 Am. 

Kep. 667), 748. 
Kent, Ex parte (3Bro. Ch. 600), 841, 1563. 
Kent, Ex parte (3 Bro. Ch. 88), 832. 
Kentv. Freehold Land, etc. Co. (L. R. 

4Eq.588), 409. 
Kent v. Gerhard (12 R. I. 92; 34 Am. Rep. 

612), 577, 579. 
Kent v. Hutchlns (50 N. H. 92), 1679. 
Kent v. Jaekson (14 Beav. 384), 1543, 

1545. 
Kent v. Plumb (57 Ga. 207), 705, 1033. 
Kentish v. Kentish (3 Bro. Ch. 257), 

1355. 
Kenton Ins. Co. v. McClellan (43 Mich. 

564), 707. 
Kenton v. Kenton (20 Mo. 530), 392. 
Kepw. Bank of N. Y. (10 Johns. 63), 29. 
Kepler v. Davis (80 Pa. St. 153), 403. 
Kepler v. Erie Dime Sav. Bank (101 Pa. 

St. 602), 1408. 
Kercheisv. Schloss (49 How. Pr. 284), 

1362. 
Kerehnerc. Kempton (47 Md. 549), 707. 
Kerfoot v. Billings (160 111. 663), 1487, 

1508. 
Kerivan v. Cullen (4 Ir. Ch. 322), 292. 
Kerlins. Campbell (15 Pa. St. 500), 240. 
Kern v. Chalfant (7 Minn. 487), 1490. 
Kern v. Pfaff (44 Mo. App. 27), 708. 
Kerns v. Swope (2 Watts, 78), 451. 
Kerr v. Dougherty (79 N. T. 827), 815. 
Kerr v. Dungannon (1 Dm. & War. 509), 

381, 382. 
Kerr v. Hill (27 W. Va. 576), 1569. 
Kerr v. Kerr (84 Va. 154) , 560. 
Kerr v. Kitchen (17 Pa. St. 433), 1034, 

1105. 
Kerr v. Laird (27 Miss. 544) , 1255. 
Kerr v. Trego (47 Pa. St. 292), 794. 
Kerr v. Verner (66 Pa. St. 326), 989. 
Kerrison v. Stewart (93 U. S. 155), 1731. 
Kerr's Trust, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 600), 

636. 
Kershaw, Inre (L. R. 6 Eq. 322), 1132, 

1602. 
Kershaw v. Kalow (1 Jur. (N. S.) 974), 

1466. 
Kettleby v. Attwood (1 Vern. 298), 298. 
Kettlewellu. Watson (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 

685), 451. 
Keys. Bradshaw (2 Vern. 102), 545. 
Key v. Jennings (66 Mo. 356), 307. 
Key City, The (14 Wall, 653), 365. 
Keyes v. Keyes (11 Heisk. 425) , 725. 
Keys v. Bush (2 Paige, 311), 1364, 1405. 



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Keys v. Carleton (141 Mass. 45), 164, 158, 

161, 163. 
Keyser v. Mitchell (67 Pa. St. 473), 1288, 

1290, 1295. 
Kiah v. Grenier (56 ST. T. 220), 616. 
Kibbe v. Hamilton Ins. Co. (11 Gray, 

163), 484. 
KIbbett v. Lee (Oh. Oas. 90; Hob. 312), 

1009. 
Kidney v. Coussmaker (1 Ves. Jr. 436), 

1355. 
Kidwell v. Kirkpatrick (70 Mo. 214), 656, 

657. 
Kiefer v. German American-Seminary 

(46 Mich. 636), 763, 776. 
Kiehnn. Bestor (30 111. App. 467), 1408, 

1409. 
Kightley v. Kightley (2 Ves. Jr. 328) , 1355. 
Kilbee v. Sneyd (2 Moll. 186), 1056, 1128. 
Kilby v. Goodwin (2 Del. Oh. 61), 652 

664. 
Kildare v. Eustace (1 Tern 439), 16, 36. 
Kiley v. Brewster (44 111. 186), 958, 1457. 
Kilter v. Roger* (19 Minn. 32), 477. 
Kilgore, Ex parte (120 Ind. 94), 1239. 
Kilgore's Appeal (8 Atl. Eep. 441), 1696. 
Killam v. Allen (52 Barb. 605), 616, 917, 

918. 
Kill ick, Ex parte (3 Mont. D. & De G. 

480) , 654. 
Killick v. Flesney (4Bro. Oh. 161), 397. 
Killinger v. Hartman (21 Neb. 297), 1741. 
Kilpatrick v. Johnson (15 N. Y. 322), 820, 

821. 
Kllpini;. Kilpin (1 Myl.AR.520),335,354, 

850. 
Kilroy v. Wood (42 Hun, 636) , 1297. 
Kilvert's Trusts, In re (L. R. 12 Eq. 183; 

7Ch. D. 170), 732,763, 764. 
Kim v. Weippert (46 Mo. 532), 665, 708. 
Kimball v. Fenner (12 N. H. 248), 440. 
Kimball v. Ives (17 Vt. 430), 1537. 
Kimball v. Moody (27 Ala, 130), 1723. 
Kimball v. Morton (5 N. J. Eq. 26; 43 

Am. Dec. 621), 73, 75. 
Kimball v. Reding (31 N. H. 352; 64 Am. 

Dec. 333) , 1120, 1136, 1202, 1214, 1222. 
Kimberu. Barber (L. E. 8 Ch. App. 56), 

190, 414. 
Kimbrough v. Lane (11 Bush, 556), 556. 
Kimbrough v. Nelms (104 Ala. 654; 16 

So. Rep. 619), 180, 347. 
Kimmel v. MeRight (2 Barr, 38), 354. 
Kimmel v. Smith (117 Pa. St. 397), 500, 

518, 520. 
Kincaid's Trusts, Inre(l Drew. 326), 

678. 
Kinder v. Miller (Finch, Pr. Oh. 172), 

358. 
King v. Bell (28 Conn. 593), 452. 



King v. Bellord (1 Hem. & M. 343), 27, 

874. 
King v. Bronson (122 Mass. 122), 1498. 
King v. Coggan (6 East, 431), 966. 
King v. Cotton (2 P. Wms. 674), 553. 
King v. Cushman (41 111. 31), 398, 1701. 
King v. Delaval (3 Burr. 1436; 1 W. 

Black. 412), 844. 
King v. Dennison (IV. &B. 275), 26, 

241,243,248,259,261. 
King v. Donnelly (5 Paige, 46), 50, 596, 

878, 895, 900, 1394. 
King v. Duntz (11 Barb. 192), 1109. 
King«. Ferguson (2 Nott. & McC. 588), 

1279. 
King v. Hamilton (16 Hi. 190), 185. 
King v. Hargadine (60 Ark. 1), 1366. 
King v. Holland (Al. 16; Styl. 21), 41, 42. 
King v. Isley (116 Mo. 155; 22 S. W. Rep. 

635) , 232, 358. 
King©. Johnson (8 Mod. 214), 844. 
King v. King (37 Ga. 205), 1134, 1198. 
King v. King (3 Johns. Oh. 552), 1202. 
King v. King-Harmon (6 Ir. R. Eq. 

440), 103. 
King v. Lawrence (14 Wis. 238), 859, 

862, 980. 
King v. Mitchell (8 Pet. 326), 251, 252, 

261. 
King v. Pardee (6 Otts, 90), 364. 
King v. Parker (9 Cush. 71), 941, 942. 
Kingi). Phillips (8Bosw. 603), 495. 
King v. Phillips (16 Jur. 1080), 891. 
Kingzi. Remington (36 Minn. 15; 29 N. 

W. Rep. 352), 414, S52, 1184. 
Kingti. Roney (5 Ir. Ch. 64), 622. 
King v. St. Catharine's Hall (4 T. R. 

233), 785. 
King v. Savery (5 H. L. Cas. 627), 418. 
King v. Smith (21 Beav. 522), 292. 
King v. Stow (6 Johns. 323), 1122. 
King v. Talbot (50 Barb. 453), 947, 948, 

1113, 1135, 1200, 1210, 1255. 
King v. Townshend (141 N. T. 358 ; 36 N. 

E. Rep. 513), 1278. 
King v. Whiton (15 Wis. 684), 1075. 
Kingu. Wilder (75111. 275), 263. 
Kingu. Wise (43 Cal. 628), 426, 430, 1120. 
King v. Woodhull (3 Edw. Ch. 79), 893. 
Kingdon v. Bridges (2 Vern. 67), 335. 
Kingham v. Lee (15 Sim. 401), 25, 181, 

874. 
Kingman v. Winchell (20 S. W. Rep. 

296), 1269, 1315. 
Kingsbury v. Burnside (58 111. 328; 11 

Am. Rep. 67), 7, 50, 60, 67, 517. 
Kingsbury v. Powers (131 111. 182), 1566. 
Kingstone v. Lorton (2 Hog. 166), 128. 
Kinike's Estate, In re (155 Pa. St. 101; 

25 Atl. Rep. 1016), 749. 



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Einkead v. McKee (9 Bush, 536), 789. 
Kinloch v. I'On (1 Hill Eq. 190; 26 Am. 

Dec. 196), 1115. 
Einmouth v. Brigham (5 Allen, 270), 

1200, 1214. 
Einnan v. Gurnsey (64 How. Pr. 253), 

1035. 
Einnard v. Einnard (5 Watts, 108), 

1437. 
Einnard v. Thompson (12 Ala. 487), 

1318, 1376. 
Einnebrew v. Einnebrew (35 Ala. 628), 

151, 153. 
Einnersley v. Williamson (L. J. (N. S.) 

Ch. 788; 18 W. R. 1016), 181. 
Einney v. Heatley (13 Ore. 35), 1686. 
Einney v. Einney (86 Ey. 10), 87, 731, 

746, 748, 763. 
Einseyt;. Bennett (37 S. Oar. 319; 15 S. 

E. Rep. 965), 503. 
Einsley v. Abbott (19 Me. 430), 216, 217, 

322. 
Einsly v. State (71 lad. 32), 839. 
Einterrc. Jencks (48 Pa. St. 466), 133. 
Einter v. Jones (122 Ind. 148), 614, 989, 

1066, 1106. 
Eintzllng v. McElrath (5 Pa. St. 467), 

488. 
Eip v. Bank (10 Johns. 63), 1632, 1746, 

1749. 
Eip v. Eip (6 Stew. 216), 647, 652. 
Eipp v. Deniston (4 Johns. 23), 1127, 

1234. 
Eirby v. Bozette (115 N. Car. 165; 21 S. 

E. Rep. 697), 660. 
Eirby v. Ingersoll (I Doug. 499), 1416. 
Eirby v. Miller (4 Coldw. 3), 666. 
Eirch v. Lozier (63 Hun, 607; 18 N. T. 

Supl. 334), 1179. 
Eiricke v. Branshey (2Eq. Ca.Ab. 508), 

243. 
Eirk v. Pauline (7 Vin. 86), 654, 932. 
Eirk v. Webb (Finch Pr. Ch. 84), 358. 
Eirkby Hospital, Ex parte (15 Ves. 314), 

906. 
Eirkham v. Boston (67 111. 599), 574. 
Kirklandu. Cox (4111. 400), 111,920, 949, 

951, 1114. 
Eirkland v. Narramore (105 Mass. 31), 

893. 
Eirkman v. Bank of Greensboro (77 N. 

Car. 394), 709. 
Kirkpatrick v. Beauford (21 Ark. 268), 

687. 
Eirkpatrick v. Clark (132 111. 342; 22 Am. 

St. Rep. 531), 951, 956, 1054, 1114. 
Eirkpatrick v. Davidson (2 Eelly, 297), 

73, 309. 
Eirkpatrick, In re (22 N. J. Eq. 463) 

1553. 



Eirkpatrick v. McDonald (11 Pa. St. 

387), 75, 152,532, 961. 
Eirkpatrick v. Rogers (7 Ired. Eq. 44), 

1355. 
Eirkpatrick v. Taylor (43 111. 207), 147. 
Eirkwood v. Thompson (2 Hen.&M. 

392), 1493. 
Eirten v. Spears (44 Ark. 166), 1107. 
Elrwan v. Daniel (5 Hare, 493), 50, 1317. 
Eisler v. Eisler (2 Watts, 323), 27 Am. 

Dec. 308), 223, 308, 500, 520, 525, 532. 
Eissam v. Dierkes (49 N. Y. 602), 1079, 

1083, 1087. 
Eitchen v. Bedford (13 Wall. 413), 203. 
Eitson v. Farwell (132 Ind. 327), 495. 
Kittle's Estate (156 Pa. St. 415), 1338. 
Eittredge v . Warren (14 N. H. 509) , 1383. 
Elenke v. Eoeltze (75 Mo. 239), 708. 
Eleunderu. Fenske (53 Wis. 118), 414. 
Klinew. McDonnell (62Hun,177;16 N.T. 

Supl. 649), 371. 
Eline v. Ragland (47 Ark. Ill ; 14 S. W. 

Rep. 474), 212, 346. 
Eline v. Vogel (90 Mo. 245), 560, 1498. 
Eline's Appeal (39 Pa. St. 463) , 348. 
Elump v. Gardner (114 N. Y. 153), 1416. 
Enaggsu. Mastin (9 Ean. 632), 660, 706. 
Enapp v. Bailey (79 Me. 195), 447, 448. 
Enapp v. Enapp (L. R. 12 Eq. 238), 1528, 

1530. 
Enapp v. MeGowan (96 N. Y. 75), 1368, 

1369. 
Enapp v. Noyes (Amb. 662), 1042. 
Enapp v. Smith (27N. Y. 277), 687, 688. 
Enatchbull v. Hallett (L. E. 13 Ch. D. 

696), 1175, 1604, 1626, 1634. 
Eneeland v. Cowles (4 Chand. 49), 1368. 
Enefler v. Shreve (78 Ey. 297), 1298. 
Enight v. Boughton (11 CI. & F. 513), 62. 
Enightu. Bowyer (23 Beav. 609; 2 De 

G. & J. 421), 33, 419, 424, 823, 1538, 1595. 
Enight v. Brown (7 Jur. (N. S.) 894), 

1311. 
Enight v. Cameron (14 Ves. 289), 1043. 
Enight v. Gould (2 Myl. & E. 295), 1016. 
Enight, In re (27 Beav. 49), 1135. 
Enight v. Enight (L. R. 18 Eq. 487), 675, 

682. 
Enight v. Enight (3 Beav. 172), 118, 119, 

121, 123. 
Enight v. Enight (2 S. & S. 490), 840. 
Enight v. Enight (35 W. Va. 40; 13 S. E. 

Rep. 63), 209. 
Enight v. Loomis (30 Me. 204), 853,855, 

860. 
Enight v. Majoribanks (2Macn.& G. 

10; 2 Hall &T. 308), 395. 
Enight v . Packer (12 N. J. Eq. 214), 1367. 
Enight v. Waterman (36 Pa. St. 268), 

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Knight v. Yarborough (Glim. 27), 625. 
Knight's Estate, In re (159 Pa. St. 500; 28 

Atl. Rep. 303; 34 W. N. 0. 6), 733, 809. 
Knight's Will, In re Sarah (L. E. 26 Ch. 

D. 82), 1670. 
Kniskern v. Lutheran Church (1 Sandf. 

Ch. 439), 789, 798, 799,800. 
Knoch v. Van Bernuth (145 N. T 643; 40 

N. E. Eep. 398), 1253. 
Knott!). Cottee (16 Beav. 77), 131, 1219, 

1255. 
Knouff v. Thompson (16 Pa. St. 357), 354. 
Knower v. Central Nat. Bank (124 N. Y. 

552, 27 K. E. Eep. 247), 1388. 
Knowles, Inre (18 L. T. 809), 1131. 
Knowles v. Knowles (86111. 1), 1679. 
Knowles v. McCamly (10 Paige, 346), 664, 

698, 709. 
Knowles v. Eobin (20 Iowa, 101), 452. 
Knowltonu. Brady (17 N. H. 458), 1102, 

1134, 1202, 1214, 1255. 
Knox v. Bigelow (15 Wis. 415), 1679. 
Knox v. Childersburg Land Co. (86 Ala. 

180), 660, 704. 
Knoxsj.Gye (L. E. 5 H. L. Cas. 656), 

198, 224, 379. 
Knox v. Jordan (5 Jones Eq. 175), 709. 
Knox j). Knox (59 Wis. 172; 18 N. W. 

Eep. 155), 117, 123, 128. 
Knox v. McCain (13 Lea, 197), 1515. 
Knox v. McParran (4 Col. 586), 355, 369. 
Knuckolls v. Lea (10 Humph. 577), 483. 
Knye v. Moore (1 S. & S. 61), 560, 1117. 
Kock v. Both (150111. 212; 37 N. E. Eep. 

317), 574. 
Koebera. Sturgls (2 Beav. 588), 680. 
Koechllng's Appeal of (144 Pa. St. 215; 

22 Atl. Eep. 808), 710. 
Koehlor v. Iron Co. (2 Black (U. S.) , 715 ; 

17 Law Ed. 339), 411. 
Koenig's Appeal (57 Pa. St. 352), 252, 922, 

923,942, 1268, 1307. 
Koester v. Burke (81 111. 436), 1108. 
Kohinoor Laundry Co. v. Lockwood 

(141 Ind. 140; 40 N. E. Eep. 677), 660. 
Kohn v. Collison (27 Atl. Eep. 834), 660. 
Koontz v. Nabb (16 Md. 549), 707. 
Kopp v. Gunther (95 Cal. 63; 30 Pac. 

Eep. 301), 159. 
Kornegay v. Spicer (76 N. Car. 95), 1467. 
Kornegay v. Styron (105 N. Car. 14; 11 

S. E. Eep. 153), 581. 
Korns v. Shaffer (27 Md. 83), 1490, 1491. 
Kost v. Bender (25 Mich. 515), 474. 
Koster v. Miller (149 111. 195; 37 N. E. 

Eep. 46), 336. 
Kraemer v. Deusterman (37 Minn. 469; 

35 N. W. Eep. 297), 189, 333, 417. 
Kraft v. Smith (117 Pa. St. 365; 11 Atl. 

Eep. 370), 625. 



Kramer v. McOaughey (11 Mo. App. 426), 

75. 
Krause v. Means (12 Kan. 335), 607. 
Krecker v. Shirley (163 Pa. St. 534; 30 

Alt. Eep. 440; 35 W N. C. 165), 794, 

797) 
Kremelburg v. Kremelburg (52 Md. 

563), 726. 
Kreitz v. Frost (55 Barb. 478), 1668, 1678. 
Krinen. Welpitt (3 Sim. 533), 837. 
Krouskop v. Shoutz (51 Wis. 209), 699, 

711. 
Krugji. McGilllard (76 Ind. 28), 1361. 
Krupp v. Scholl (10 Pa. St. 193), 553. 
Kruse v. Prindle (8 Ore. 158), 1364. 
Krusea. Stevens (47 111. 112), 400, 1184. 
Kruss v. Eobertson (154 111. 394; 40 N. 

E. Eep. 343), 798. 
Kuhn v. Newman (26 Pa. St. 227), 672. 
Kuhn v. Stansfleld (28 Md. 210; 92 Am. 

Dec. 641), 681, 707. 
Kuker v. Mclntire (43 S. Oar. 117; 20 S. 

E. Eep. 976), 710. 
Kunst, Ex parte (1 Bail. Eq. 489), 596, 

902. 
Kuntzleman's Estate (136 Pa. St. 142; 

20 Am. St. Eep. 909), 934, 935. 
Kurtz v. Bank of Columbia (2 Craneh 

C. C. 701), 203. 
Kutz's Appeal (40 Pa. St. 90), 1533, 1537. 
Kygeri). Eyley (2 Neb. 20), 1440. 
Kyle v. Barnett (17 Ala. 306), 1210. 
Kyleo. Fait (6 Gratt. 44), 441, 442, 579. 



Labareen. Colby (99 Mass 559), 707. 
Labouisse v. Eope Co. (43 La Ann, 245), 

575. 
Lacey, Ex parte (6 Ves. 625), 332, 382, 391, 

399, 426, 899. 
Lacey v. Hole (37 Pa. St. 360), 398. 
Lacey v. Wilson (4 Munf. 313), 445. 
Lackland v. Smith (5 Mo. App. 153), 

1310. 
Laclede Bank v. Keeler (109 111. 385), 

1498. 
Lacon v. Allen (3 Drew. 579), 600. 
Lacon v. Lacon (2 Atk. 395), 1536. 
Ladd». Ladd (8 How. 30), 1009. 
Ladd v. Smith (107 Ala. 506; 10 So. Eep. 

836), 1239. 
Lade v. Holford (Bull, N. P. 110), 980, 

983, 984. 
Lade ».Lade (1 Wils. 21), 307. 
Lade v. Shepherd (2 Str. 1004), 952. 
Lafette v. Lawson (25 Ga. 305), 101. 
Laffer v. Naglee (9 Cal. 662) , 398. 
Lafferty v. Turley (3 Sneed, 157), 392, 

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Lafierty's Estate, In re (17 Pa. Co. Ct. 

401; 5Pa. Dist. Rep. 75), 1689, 1693, 

1698. 
Lafort v. Carpenter (91 Hun, 76; 36 N. 

T. Supl. 168), 1629. 
Lagow». Badollet (lBlackf. 416), 575. 
La Grange Co. Com. v. Rogers (55 Ind. 

299), 747. 
Lahey v. Kortright (132 N. Y. 450; 30 

N. E. Rep. 989), 1019. 
Lahy v. Holland (8 Gill, 445; 50 Am. Dec. 

705), 1054. 
Laldlaw v. Organ (2 Wheat. 178), 472, 

487, 488, 493. 
Laing v. McKee (13 Mich. 124; 87 Am.. 

Dec. 738), 231.498,518. 
Laird v. Bass (50 Tex. 412), 749. 
Lakei). Albert (37 Minn. 453), 1053. 
Labeu. Craddock (1 Eq. Ab. 291; 3 P. 

Wms. 158), 600. 
Lake v. De Lambert (4 Ves. 592), 24, 26, 

905. 
Lake v. Frier (11 III. App. 576), 59,71, 

852. 
Lake v. Gibson (1 Eq. Ca. Abr. 291 ; 3 P. 

Wms. 168), 215, 216, 320. 
Lake v. Lake (Amb. 126), 238. 
Lakin, Exparte (4 Russ. 307), 832, 841. 
Lakin v. Sierra Buttes Gold Mining Co. 

(25 Fed. Rep. 337) , 377. 
Lallance v. Fisher (29 W. Va. 513), 1101, 

14S9, 1498, 1509. 
Lalorj). McCarthy (24 Minn. 417), 1486. 
Lamar v. Mlcou (112 U. S. 452), 1212, 1213, 

1214. 
Lamar v. Pearre (82 Ga. 354; 14 Am. St. 

Rep. 168), 1106. 
Lamar v. Simpson (1 Rich. Eq. 71), 40. 
Lamar v. Wright (31 S. Car. 60), 600, 

518, 520. 
Lambo. Cain (129 Ind. 486; 14 L. R. A. 

518; 29 N. E. Rep. 13), 795, 797. 
Lamb v. Eames (L. R. 10 Eq. 267), 111, 

120, 253. 
Lamb v. Goodwin (10 Ired. 320) , 1507. 
Lamb v. Laughlin (25 W. Va. 300) 1411. 
Lamb v. Milnes (5 Ves. 519), 655. 
Lamb v. Orton (1 Dr. & Sm. 125), 88, 156. 
Lamb v. Pierce (113 Mass. 72), 450. 
Lamb's Appeal (58 Pa. St. 142), 1218. 
Lambert v. Lambert (L. R. 39 Cb. D. 

626), 674. 
Lambert u. Lambert (2 Bro. P. C. 18), 

685. 
Lambert v. Newman (56 Ala. 623), 449. 
Lambert v. Parker (Coop. 143), 837. 
Lamberts. Peyton (8H. L. Cas. l),101, 

102. 
Lambert v. Stees (47 Minn. 141; 49 N. W. 

Rep. 662), 192. 



Lambert «. Thwaites (L. R. 2 Eq. 151), 

620,624,626,627,999. 
Lamberton v. Pereles (87 Wis. 449; 23 

L. R. A. 826), 157, 1636. 
Lamleec. Hanman (2 Vern. 499), 642, 

645,546. 
Lammer v. Stoddard (103 N. T. 672), 

1535. 
Lamoreauxu. Van Rensalear (1 Barb. 

Ch. 34), 1025. 
L'Amoureux v. Crosby (2 Paige, 422 ; 22 

Am. Dee. 655), 13. 
Lamotte, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. D. 325), 869. 
Lampert v. Lampert (1 Ves. Jr. 21), 

645. 
Lamplugh v. Lamplugh (1 1'. Wms. 

112), 27, 174,336. 
Lanabanu. Latrobe (7 Md. 268), 1383. 
Lancashire v. Lancashire (1 De G. & 

Sm. 288; 2 Phill. 664), 896, 1017. 
Lancaster Charities (7 Jur. (N. S.) 96), 

907. 
Lancaster v. Dolan (1 Rawle, 231; 18 

Am. Dec. 625), 665, 921, 933, 1074. 
Lancaster!). Thornton (2 Burr. 1027), 

940. 
Lance v. Gorman (136 Pa. St. 200; 20 

Atl. Rep. 792; 27 W. N. C. 45), 204. 
Lance v. Norman (2 Ch. Rep. 41), 548. 
Lanchester v. Thompson (5 Madd. 4), 

1732. 
Land Co. v. Chisholm (71 Tex. 623), 

1542. 
Land Credit-Co. v. Fermoy (L. R. 8 Eq. 

12; L. R. 5 Ch. 763), 406, 1233. 
Landis v. Saxton (105 Mo. 486) , 1535. 
Landis v. Scott (32 Pa. St. 495), 1151. 
Landis v. Wooden (1 Ohio St. 160), 1721. 
Landis' Appeal (102 Pa. St. 467), 794. 
Landon v. Hutton (50 N. J. Eq. 600; 25 

Atl. Rep. 953), 150, 153. 
Landrum v. Union Bank (6 Mo. 48), 

1453, 1455, 1498. 
Lane v. Bishop (65 Vt. 575), 661. 
Lane v. Debenham (11 Hare, 188), 873), 

1088. 
Lane v. Dighton (Amb. 409), 204, 265, 

325,326, 534, 1632. 
Lane v. Ewing (31 Mo. 75), 47, 152. 
Lane o. Holmes (55 Minn. 379; 57 X. W. 

Rep. 132) , 1503. 
Lane D.Lane (80 Me. 570; 16 Atl. Rep. 

323), 334, 339, 367. 
Lane v. Lewis (4 Dem. 468), 904. 
Lane v. Ludlow (2 Paine, 591), 586. 
Laneu. Royster (118 N. Car. 159; 24 S. 

E. Rep. 703), 1703. 
Lane's Appeal 24 Pa. St. 487), 1686. 
Lanesborough v. Kilmaine (2 Moll. 403), 

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Lang v. Everling (3 Misc. Eep. 530; 23 

N. T. Supl. 329), 150. 
Lang v. Stansel (106 Ala. 389 ; 17 So. Rep. 

519), 1447. 
Langdale, In re (L. R. 10 Bq. 39), 1131. 
Lange v. Eopke (5 Sand. 363), 617, 1522. 
Langford v. Auger (4 Sim. 313), 970. 
Langford n. Byre (IP. Wms. 740), 1009. 
Langford v. Gascoyne (11 Ves. 333), 

1122, 1230, 1240, 1591. 
Langford v. Mahoney (2 Conn. & L. 327 ; 

2 Dr. & War. 110), 1058, 1701. 
Langham v. Sanford (17 Ves. 435), 144, 

238. 
Langley v. Brown (2 Atk. 202), 504. 
Langley v. Fisher (9 Beav. 90), 1538. 
Langley v. Hawke (5 Madd. 46), 1576. 
Langmead's Trusts (7 De G., M. & G. 

353), 1652. 
Langsdale v. Smith (16 Otto, 392), 464. 
Langsdale v. Woolen (99 Ind. 576), 72. 
Langstaff v. Taylor (14 Ves. 262), 425. 
Langston, .Ex parte (17 Ves. 230), 600. 
Langston v. Olivant (G. Coop. 33), 1204. 
Langton v. Horton (1 Hare, 549), 34. 
Langworthy v. Chadwick (13 Conn. 42), 

1437. 
Lanier v. Mcintosh (117 Mo. 608), 1504. 
Lanning v. Streeter (67 Barb. 33), 1403. 
Lanoy v. Athol (2 Atk. 444), 1528. 
Lansdale v. Smith (106 U. S. 391), 1542. 
Lansing v. Goelet (9 Cow. 345), 1497. 
Lansing v. Lansing (45 Barb. 182), 884, 

885. 
Lansing v. Woodworth (1 Sandf. Ch. 

43), 1368. 
Lantsberry v. Collier (2 Kay & J. 709), 

1012. 
Lantzu. Worth ington (4 Pa. St. 153}, 

1098. 
Lape v. Jones (15 S. W. Eep. 658), 1673. 
Lapish v. Wells (6 Me. 176), 488. 
Larco v. Casanueva (30 Cal. 560), 392, 

1109. 
Large's Appeal (54 Pa. St. 383), 302. 
Larimer v. Kelly (10 Kan. 298), 706. 
Larkin, In re (W. N. (1872) p. 85), 1132. 
Larkins v. Rhodes (5 Port. 196), 197, 270, 

313. 
Larkins v. Rhodes (8 S. & R. 484), 355. 
Larmonti. Knight (140111. 232; 29 N. E. 

Eep. 1116; 30 N, E. Eep. 318), 427. 
Lamed v. Welton (40 Cal. 349), 1021. 
Larrowe v. Beam (10 Ohio, 498), 437. 
Laskey v. Perrysburgh (35 Ohio St. 

519), 1009. 
Lasley v. Lasley (1 Duv. 117), 904, 1718. 
Lass v. Sternberg (50 Mo. 124), 1496. 
Lasselle v. Burnett (1 Blackf. 150), 

453. 



Latham v. Henderson (47111. 185), 212, 

308, 316. 
Latham v. Myers (57 Iowa, 519), 839. 
Lathrop v. Bampton (31 Cal. 17; 89 Am. 

Dec. 141),204,327,328,388, 1582, 1583, 

1607, 1625. 
Lathrop J). Banble (106 Mo. 470; 17 S. W. 

Eep. 584), 901, 904, 1575. 
Lathrop v. Brown (65 Ga. 312), 1464. 
Lathrop v. Smalley (23 N. J. Eq. 192), 

1212, 1213, 1220, 1679, 1690, 1692, 1699. 
Lathrop v. Wightman (5 Wright, 297), 

392. 
Latimer v. Hanover (1 Bland, 51), 1220. 
Latimer v. Hanson (1 Bland, 51), 884, 

889, 1132. 
Latimer, In re (L. E. 7 Eq. 353), 772. 
Latimer v. Logwood (27 S. W. Rep. 

960), 310. 
Latrobe, etc. Assn. v. Fritz (152 Pa. St. 

224; 34 W. N. C. 330; 25 Atl. Rep. 

658), 710. 
Latrobe v. Baltimore (19 Md. 13), 961. 
Latrobe v. Tiernan (4 Md. Ch. 474), 

1122, 1236. 
Latshaw's Appeal (122 Pa. St. 142), 1613. 
Lattier v. Rachals (12 La. Ann. 695), 

1049. 
Latymer's Charity, In re (L. R. 7 Eq. 

353), 733. 
Lauer v. Brunson (21 S. Car. 41), 1690. 
Laughlin v. Fairbanks (8 Mo. 367), 1117. 
Laurel County Ct. v. Trustees (93 Ky. 

379; 20 S. W. Rep. 258), 1133,1230. 
Laurens v. Jenney (1 Spear, 356), 96, 

929, 939. 
Laurens v. Lucas (6 Rich. Eq. 217), 1649, 

1653. 
Laury v. McGee (3 Head, 267), 161. 
Lauterman v. Abernathy (47 111. 437), 

151. 
Lavender v. Abbott (30 Ark. 172), 574, 

580. 
Lavender v. Stanton (6 Mad. 46), 1665. 
Law v. Butler (44 Minn. 482), 576. 
Lawn. Grant (37 Wis. 548), 485, 489, 493. 
Lawless^. Shaw (1 D. &G. 154; 5 CI. & 

F. 129 ; 1 LI. & G. 164) , 1058. 
Lawley v. Hooper (3 Atfe. 279), 380. 
Lawlor v. Henderson (10 Ir. R. Eq. 150), 

633. 
Lawrence v. Bank (35 N. T. 320), 1403. 
Lawrence v. Beverly (2 Keble, 841), 298. 
Lawrence v. Davis (3 McLean, 177), 

1380,1381. 
Lawrence v. Cooke (104 N. T. 632), 139. 
Lawrence v. Farmers' Loan & T. Co. (3 

Kern. 200), 1442, 1462, 1484. 
Lawrence v. Garner (1 N. Y. Supl. 

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Lawrence v. Gayetty (78 Cal. 131; 12 

Am. St. Rep. 29), 217. 
Lawrence v. Maggs (1 Eden, 453), 1160. 
Lawrence v. Smith (163 111. 149; 46 N. E. 

Eep. 259), 1523. 
Lawrence v. Stratton (6 Cush. 163), 445. 
Lawrence Co. v. Leonard (83 Pa. St. 

206), 111. 
Lawrence's Estate (136 Pa. St. 354; 26 

W.N. C. 537), 1523. 
Lawrie v. Banks (4 Kay & J. 142), 943. 
La wry v. Spaulding (73 Me. 31), 308. 
Laws v. Laws (76 Va. 527), 237, 308. 
Lawson v. Copeland (2Bro. Ch. 157), 

1217. 
Lawson v. Hurst (153111. 232; 38 N. E. 

Eep. 629), 429, 497. 
Lawson v. Kolbenson (61 111. 407), 789. 
Lawson v. Lawson (7Bro. P. C. 521), 

246. 
Lawson v. Lawson (117 111. 98), 72. 
Lawson v, Morrison (6 Dana, 471), 964. 
Lawthorn v. Carter (11 Bush, 7), 981. 
Lawton v. Elwes (L. E. 34 Ch. D. 675), 

1708, 1709. 
Lawton v. Ford (L. E. 2 Eq. 97), 1536. 
Lawton v. Sager (11 Barb. 349), 163. 
Lawyers. Cipperly (7 Paige, 281), 789. 
Lay v. Brown (13 B. Mon. 295), 675. 
Lay v. Lay (10 S. Car. 208), 860. 
Layardn. Maud (L. E. 4 Eq. 397), 600. 
Laytin v. Davidson (29 Hun, 622), 1706. 
Layton v. Layton (1 Sm. & Gif. 179), 

678. 
Lazarus v. Bryson (3 Binn. 54), 383, 390, 

393, 394, 405, 414, 416. 
Lean. Clarksdale Bank & Trust Co. (72 

Miss. 317; 16 So. Eep. 431), 707. 
Leach v. Duvall (8 Bush, 201), 553. 
Leach v. Leach (18 Pick. 68), 398. 
Leach v. Leach (13 Sim. 304), 183,184, 

229. 
Leach v. Thomas (27 111. 467), 105. 
Leach v. Wilson County (68 Tex. 353), 

1533. 
Leadbrooke v. Bleaden (16 Jur. 630), 

888. 
Leaheyn. Witte (123 Mo. 207; 27 S. W. 

Eep. 402), 218, 385. 
Leake v. Benson (27 Gratt. 157), 711. 
Leake v. Leake (5 Ir. Eq . 366) , 946, 
Leake v. Eobinson (2 Meriv. 384), 838. 
Leake v. Watson (58 Conn. 332; 20 Atl. 

Eep. 343), 890, 1572, 1630. 
Learn. Chouteau (23 111. 39), 370. 
Learn. Matthews (Wright, 374), 415. 
Learned v. Foster (117 Mass. 89), 1508. 
Learned v. Geer (139 Mass. 31), 1506. 
Learned v. Tritsch (6 Colo. 432), 231, 

355. 



Learned v. Welton (40 Cal. 349), 1090, 

1126. 
Learoyd v. Whitely (L. E. 12 App. Cas. 

727), 1135, 1248. 
Leather Cloth Co. v. Lorsont (L. E. 9 

Eq. 345), 810. 
Leavitt n. Beime (21 Conn. 1), 228, 705, 

999, 1271, 1301. 
Leavens v. Butler (8 Port. 38), 1016. 
Leavitt ». Leavitt (47 N. H. 329), 103. 
Leavitt v. Pell (25 N. Y. 474), 1074. 
Leavitt v. Wooster (14 N. H. 551), 1145, 

1150, 1322. 
Leay craft v. Hedden (3 Green Ch. 512), 

11,664,668. 
Leazuren. Hillegas (7 S. & E. 321), 20. 
Lebanon Trust, etc. Co. In re (166 Pa. 

St, 622), 1607. 
Le Breton v. Pierce (2 Allen, 8), 1625. 
Lechmere v. Carlisle (3 P. Wms. 222), 

152, 299. 
Lechmere v. Charlton (15 Ves. 193), 

1528. 
Lechmere v. Lavie (2 Myl. & K. 197), 62, 

125, 130. 
Ledford v. Smith (6 Bush, 129), 575. 
Ledge v. Morse (16 Johns. 199), 363. 
Ledlie v. Vrooman (41 Barb. 112), 698. 
Ledwith v. Ledwith (1 Dem. 154), 1553. 
Ledyardu. Butler (9 Paige, 132), 435. 
Ledyard's Appeal (51 Mich. 623), 1721. 
Lee v. Browder (61 Ala. 288), 358. 
Lee v . Brown (4 Ves. 362) , 1601 . 
Lee v. Clary (38 Mich. 223), 1451. 
Lee v. Coh i ck (49 Mo . App . 188) , 708. 
Lee v. Fox (6 Dana, 171), 223. 
Lee v. Lee (55 Ala. 590), 826, 1202. 
Lee v. Lee (L. E. 15 Eq. 204), 1665. 
Lee v. Muggeridge (1 V. & B. 118), 666, 

697. 
Leer. Patten (34 Fla. 149; 15 So. Eep. 

775), 310. 
Lee v. Priaeux (3 Bro. Ch. 381), 651, 686. 
Leen. Eandolph (2 Hen. & M. 12), 696, 

895, 900. 
Lee v. Sankey (L. E. 15 Eq. 204), 1122. 
Lee v. Stuart (2 Leigh, 76), 12. 
Leen. Tannenbaum (62 Ala. 501), 704. 
Leen. Tiernan (Add. 348), 1627. 
Lee v. Wilcox (6 Ves. 606), 985. 
Lee ©.Wilson (L. R. (1892) 1 Ch.8«). 1192. 
Leech v. Leech (1 Ch. Cas. 248), 146. 
Leed v. Beene (23 L. T. 26), 1536. 
Leedham v. Chawner (4 Kay &U. 458), 

1701. 
Leedomv. Lombaert (80 Pa. St. 381), 

1257. 
Leeds v. Amherst (2 Phill. 123; 20 Beav. 

239),468,1175,1543, 1545. 
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Leeds v. Wakefield flO Gtray, 614), 1079, 

1086. 
Leeperu. Taylor (111 Mo. 312; 19 S. W. 

Eep. 955), 150, 1702. 
Leesu. Nuttall (1 Russ. &M.53; lTaml. 
282; 2 Myl. & K. 819), 193, 330, 383, 389, 
391, 412. 
Leet v. McMaster (51 Barb. 236), 1506. 
Le Fevre v. Toole (84 N. Y. 95), 1357. 
Leffler v. Armstrong (4 Iowa, 482; 68 

Am. Dec. 672), 880, 1093, 1444. 
Le Fort v. Benton (3 Edw. Oh. 33), 603. 
Lefroy v. Flood (4 Ir. Ch. 1) , 128. 
Legard v. Johnson (3 Ves. 359), 686, 722, 

723. 
Le Gendre v. Byrnes (44 N. J. Eg. 372; 

14Atl. Eep. 621), 413. 
Leger v. Bonaffe (2 Barb. 475), 1408. 
Legg». Goldwire (Cas. temp. Talb. 20), 

104. 
Legg v. Mackrell (1 Glff. 166), 888. 
Leggett v. Dubois (6 Paige, 114), 43, 267, 

363, 967. 
Leggett v. Grimmett (86 Ark. 498), 864, 

866, 874. 
Leggett v. Hunter (25 Barb. 81; 19 N. T. 
445), 893, 894, 999, 1019, 1022, 1034, 1065. 
Leggett v. Perkins (2 N. T. 297), 616,916, 

919. 
Leggett v. Reed (1 Car. & P. 16), 724. 
Leggett v. Sutton (18 S. W. Rep. 125), 

332. 
Leggett v. Wall (2 A. K. Marsh. 149), 

441. 
Legh v. Legh (1 B. & P. 447), 961, 1049. 
Lehman v. Collins (69 Ala. 127), 601. 
Lehman v. Lewis 1,62 Ala. 129), 270, 358. 
Lehman v. Rothbarth (159 111. 270 ; 42 N . 

E. Rep. 777), 1564, 1685, 1693. 
Leigh v.Barry (3 Atk. 584), 1122, 1127, 

1234. 
Leigh v. Harrison («9 Miss. 923; 11 So. 

Rep. 604), 1288, 1292. 
Leigh v. Leigh (15 Ves. 100), 633. 
Leigh v. Macauley (1 Y. & C. 260), 433. 
Leiehton v. Sheldon (16 Minn. 243), 

707. 
Leinster, In re (L. R. 21 Ir. 152), 1436. 
Leiper». Hoffman (26 Miss. 615), 309. 
Lei9enringw. Black (5 Watts, 303), 390. 
Leitch v. Hollister (4 N. Y. 211), 1368. 
Leltchv. Wells (48 N. Y. 585; 48 Barb. 

637) , 402, 452. 
Leland v Manning (4 Hun, 7), 1345. 
Lemaat. Sherman (117 111. 567), 873. 
Leman v. Whitely (4 Russ. 423), 72, 176, 

503. 
Lemann's Trust, In re (L. R. 22 Ch. D. 

633), 869, 904. 
Lemmon v. Hall (20 Md. 168), 1689. 



Lemmond v. Peoples (6Ired. Eq. 137), 

255. 
Lemon v. Jennings (52 Ga. 452), 993, 

1052. 
Lempster v. Pomfret (1 Ambl. 154; 1 

Dick. 238), 1427. 
Lench v. Lench (10 Ves. 516), 204, 326, 

358, 359, 534, 536, 1632. 
Lenehan v. McCabe (2Ir. Eq. 342), 443. 
Le Neve v. Le Neve (Amb. 436; 3 Atk. 

646; 1 Ves. 64), 431, 433, 596. 
Lengenfelter v. Rltchings (58 Pa. St. 

485), 431. 
Lenox v. Reed (12 Kan. 223), 1440. 
Lent v. Howard (89 N. Y. 169), 618, 1198, 

1760. 
Lentilhon v. Moffatt (1 Edw. Ch. 451), 

1369. 
Leonard v. Barnum (34 Wis. 105), 493. 
Leonard v. Diamond (31 Ind. 636), 917, 

920, 924, 930. 
Leonard v. Gascoyne (11 Ves. 333) , 1643. 
Leonard v. Green (30 Minn. 496), 355. 
Leonardo. Green (34 Minn. 137), 370. 
Leonard v. Leonard (2 B. &B. 171), 491, 

494. 
Leonard v. Leonard (14 Pick. 280), 1314. 
Leonard v. Putnam (51 N. H. 247), 847. 
Lepage v. McNamara (5 Iowa, 124), 750, 

777. 
Lerow ». Wilmarth (9 Allen, 382), 1029, 

1157. 
Leslie v. Baillie (2 Y. & C. Ch. 91) , 1194. 
Leslie v. Blrnie (2 Russ. 114), 801. 
Leslie v. Duke of Devonshire (2Bro. 

Ch. 187), 254. 
Leslie v. Guthrie (1 Bing. 697), 34, 975. 
Leslie v. Leslie (52 N. J. Eq. 332; 31 Atl. 

Rep. 170), 62. 
Lester v. Frazer (Ripley Ch. 76; 2 Hill, 

Ch. 529), 12. 
Lester v. Hodgson (L. R. 4 Eq. 30), 75. i 
L'Estrange v. L'Estrange (1 Eng. L. & 

Eq. 153), 38. 
Letcher v. Letcher (4 J. J. Marsh. 590), 

197, 309, 313, 316, 355. 
LeTouche v. Lucan (7 CI. & Fin. 672), 

1317. 
LeVasseur v. Scratton (14 Sim. 116), 

680. 
Lever v. Andrews (7 Bro. P. C. 288), 307. 
Levering v. Heighe (2 Md. Ch. 81), 12. 
Levering v. Levering (3 Md. Ch. 365), 

12. 
Levet v. Needham (2 Vern. 138), 238, 243, 

836. 
Levi v. Earl (30 Ohio St. 147), 702, 709. 
Levi v. Evans (57 Fed. Rep. 677), 1071. 
Levy v. Bank U. S. (1 B inn. 27), 629. 
Levy v. Brush (45 N. Y. 689), 502, 525. 



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vy v. Chicago Nat. Bank (158 111. 88), 
1408. 
Levy v. Levy (33 N. Y. 97; 40 Barb. 585), 

17, 21,83, 750, 752,812. 
Lewark v. Carter (117 Ind. 206), 1739. 
Lewellin v. Oobbold (1 Sin. & G. 376), 

548, 551. 
Lewin'a Trusts, Inre (20 Beav. 378), 678, 

682. 
Lewis v. Alienby (L. E. 10 Bq. 668), 735. 
Lewis v. Bacon (3 Hen. & Munf. 89), 

1320. 
Lewis v. Baird (3 McLean, 56), 878, 879, 

882. 
Lewis v. Beatty, (32 Miss. 52), 576. 
Lewis v. Bldg. & Loan Assn. (70 Ala. 
• 276) , 309. 
Lewis v. Citizens' Nat. Bank (95 Ky. 

79;23S. W. Rep. 667), 141. 
Lewis v. Darling (16 How. 10), 1355. 
Lewis v. Duane (141 N. Y. 302; 36 N. E. 

Eep. 322) , 53. 
Lewis v. Elrod (38 Ala. 17), 656. 
Lewis d. Ereke (2Ves. 511), 1529. 
Lewis v. Hillman (3 H. L. Cas. 607; 18 
Eng. L. & Eq. 34), 104, 416, 1184, 1533, 
1535, 1559. 
Lewis, In re (3 Misc. Eep. 164), 1752. 
Lewis, In re (81 N. Y. 421), 1118, 1396, 

1397, 1399. 
Lewis v. James (8 Humph. 537), 964. 
Lewis v. Johns (24 Cal. 98), 688. 
Lewis v. Jones (4B. & C. 506), 489. 
Lewis v. Knox (2 Bibb, 453), 556. 
Lewis v. Lewis (2 Ch. E. 77), 71, 72. 
Lewis v. Lewis (1 Cox, 162), 1530. 
Lewis v. Lewis (33 Pac. Eep. 38), 312. 
Lewis v. Maddocka (8 Ves. 150; 17 Ves. 

48), 201,204,326, 534,535. 
Lewis v. Marshall (1 McLean, 16; 5 Pet. 

496), 469. 
Lewis v. Matthews (L. E. 8 Eq. 277), 

893. 
Lewis v. Maxwell (L. E. 8 Eq. 277), 893. 
Lewis v. Mohr (97 Ala. 366; 11 So. Eep. 

765), 206, 345. 
Lewis v. Nelson (1 McCart. 94), 36. 
Lewis v. Nobbs (L. E. 8 Ch. D. 591), 

1128, 1236. 
Lewis v. Phillips (17 Ind. 108), 441. 
Lewis «. Pjtmau (104 Mo. 281), 1264. 
Lewis v. Eeed (11 Ind. 239), 1022, 1140. 
Lewis v. Eees (3 Kay & J. 132), 942. 
Lewis v. Eiegler (105 Mo. 604), 502. 
Lewis v. Robinson (10 Watts, 315), 364. 
Lewis v. Simon (72 Tex. 470), 1388. 
Lewis v. Starke (10 Sm. & M. 268), 977, 

978. 
Lewis v, Taylor (96 Ky, 556; 29 S. W. 
Eep, 444), 208. 



Lewis v. Thornton (6 Munf. 87) , 1322. 
Lewis v. Trask (L. E. 21 Ch. D. 862), 1680, 

1681. 
Lewis v. Wells (50 Ala. 198), 1502. 
Lewis v. Woods (4 Daly, 243), 698. 
Lewis v. Yale (4 Fla. 418), 664, 705. 
Lewis v. Ziegler (105 Mo. 604; 16 S. W. 

Eep. 862), 219. 
Lewis' Appeal (67 Pa. St. 166), 562. 
Lewis' Estate, In re (166 Pa. St. 337; 27 

Atl. Eep. 35), 660. 
Lewis' Estate, In re (11 Pa. Co. Ct. 561), 

786. 
Lexington Ins. Co. v. Page (17 B. Mon. 

412; 66 Am. Dec. 165), 1569. 
Llddard v. Liddard (28 Beav. 266) , 127, 

128. 
Lidderdale v. Montrose (4 T. E. 248), 38. 
Liebes v. Stefley (32 Pac. E. p. 261), 660. 
Liebman v. Harcourt (2 Meriv. 513), 

326, 535. 
Liesenring v. Black (5 Watts, 303), 414, 

417. 
Life Association v. Siddall (3De G., F. 
& J. 68), 603, 674, 876, 1223, 1240, 1248, 
1540, 1591, 1595, 1598. 
Liggett v. Wall (2 A. K. Marsh. 149), 387, 

432,434, 695. 
Light v. Scott (88 111. 239), 154, 159, 175. 
L ght i>. Zeller (144 Pa. St. 570). 346. 
Liquorish, Ex parte (L. E. 25 Q. B. Div. 

176), 1708. 
Lill v. Brant (6 Brad. 366), 1363, 1364, 

1368. 
Lill v. Neafie (31 111. 101), 904. 
Liley v. Hay (1 Hare, 580), 166. 641. 
Lillard v. Turner (16 B. Mon. 482; 63 Am. 

Dec. 553), 664, 706. 
Lillia v. Airey (1 Ves. Jr. 277), 693. 
Lime Eock Bank v. Plimpton (17 Pick. 

159; 28 Am. Dec. 286), 1188, ll>-9. 
Lincoln v. Aldrich (141 Mass. 344), 1002, 

1062, 1131. 
Lincoln v. Allen (4 Bro. P. C. 553), 1255. 
Lincoln?;. Purcell (2 Head, 143; 73 Am. 

Dee. 196), 992. 
Lincoln v. Howe (51 Mo. 671), 708. 
Lincoln v. Winsor (9 Hare, 158;, 1058. 
Lindeman v. Ingham (36 Ohio St. 1), 

1387. 
Lindley v. Cross (31 Ind. 106; 99 Am. 

Dec. 610) , 706. 
Lindley, Ex parte (32 Ind. 367), 747, 756. 
Lindsay v. Harrison (8 Ark. 302), 671, 

672. 
Lindsay v. Pleasants (4 Ind. Eq. 3«1), 

262. 
Lindsays. Smith (78 N. Car. 328), 556. 
Lindsell v. Thacker (12 Sim. 178), 654, 
970. 



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Lindsey v. Llndsey (1 Desaus. 150), 

1538. 
Lindsey v. Sinclair (24 Mich. 380), 263. 
Lindsley v. O'Reilly (50 N. J. L. 636; 7 

Am. St. Kep. 802; 15 All. Eep. 379), 

1072, 1108. 
Lines v. Darden (5 Fla. 51), 129. 
Lines v. Lines (142 Pa. St. 149; 24 Am. St. 

Eep. 487), 1726, 1744. 
Lingan v. Henderson (1 Bland, 228), 462. 
Lingard v. Bromley (1 Ves. &B. 113), 

1232, 1233. 
Lingen v. Sowray (1 P. Wms. 172), 298. 
Liningw. Peyton (2 Desaus. 375), 1351, 

1649, 1651, 1652, 1654. 
Link v. Link (90 N, Car. 235), 47, 1736, 

1738. 
Linker v. Smith (4 Wash. C. C. 224), 548. 
Linn v. Wright (18 Tex. 317), 1364. 
Linsley v. Sinclair (24 Mich. 380), 373. 
Linton v. Boly (12 Mo. 567), 1069. 
Linton v. Hyde (2 Madd. 94), 175. 
Lion v. Brutiss (20 Johns. 487), 1066. 
Lippincott v. Evens (35 N. J. Eq. 533), 

1298. 
Lippincott v. Leeds (77 Pa. St. 420), 710. 
Lippincot v. Lippincot (19 N. J. Eq. 

121), 1036, 1037. 
Lippincott v. Warder (14 Serg. & R. 

118), 1437. 
Lipscomb v. Nichols (6 Colo. 290), 197, 

309, 313. 
Lipse v. Spear (4 Hughes, 535), 1122. 
Liptrotv. Holmes (1 Ga. 390), 942. 
Lissa v. Posey (64 Miss. 352) , 576. 
List v. Rodney (S3 Pa. St. 483) , 252. 
Lister v. Hodgson (L. R. 4 Eq. 30), 151, 

153. 
Lister v. Lister (6 Ves. 631), 392. 
Lister v. Pickford (11 Jur. (N. 8.) 649). 

535. 
Litchfield v. Baker (2 Beav. 471), 1166. 
Litchfield v. Ballou (114 U. S. 190; 5 S. 

Ct. Rep. 820), 1579. 
Litchfield v. Cudworth (15 Pick. 23), 

382, 401, 414. 
Litchfield, In re (1 Atk. 87), 1057, 1244. 
Litchfield v. White (7 ST. T. 438; 67 Am. 

Dec. 534;3Sandf. Ch. 546), 947, 1135, 

1140, 1227, 1368, 1370, 1401. 
Littell v. Grady (68 Ark. 584), 1506. 
Littell s. Jones (56 Ark. 139; 19 S. W. 

Rep. 497), 1454. 
Littell v. Wallace (80 Ky. 252), 1034. 
Little v. Bennett (5 Jones Eq. 156), 124. 
Little v. Birdwell (21 Tex. 597), 1042. 
Littler. Chadwick (151 Mass. 109; 7 L. 

R. A. 570), 974,1607. 
Little v. Neil (1 S. W. Rep. 592; L. J. 31 

Oh. 627), 620, 1000. 



Little v. Wilford (31 Minn. 173), 751. 
Littlefleld v. Story (3 Johns. 425), 1049. 
Littlejohn®. Gordon (32 Miss. 235), 575. 
Littlejohn v. Turner (73 Wis. 113; 40 N. 

W. Rep. 621), 1383. 
Little Rock & F. S. Co. v. Page (35 Ark. 

304), 411. 
Little Rock B. R. Co. v. Huntington 

(120 U. S. 160), 1470. 
Livermore v. Aldrich (6 Cush. 431), 174, 

266,307,355,358,361. 
Livesy's Appeal (106 Pa. St. 201), 111. 
Livingstone, Ex parte (34 N. T. 55), 902. 
Livingstone v. Livingstone (2 Johns. 

Ch. 539), 25,334, 645,647. 
Livingstone v. Livingstone (6 Johns. 

Ch. 497; 10 Am. Dec. 353), 24. • > 

Livingstone v. Livingstone (3 Johns. 

Ch. 148), 1150, 1322, 1324, 1325, 1326. 
Livingstones. Murray (68 N. Y. 485; 36 

How. Pr. 102), 1037, 1688. 
Livingstone v. Neeley (10 Johns. 374), 

454. 
Livingstone v. Newkirk (3 Johns. Ch. 

312), 1147, 1322, 1324, 1325. 
Livingstone v. Peru Iron Co. (2 Paige, 

390), 473, 492, 493. 
Livingstone v. Wells (8 S. Car. 347), 1257. 
Livingstone's Case (9 Paige, 442) , 1687. 
Llewellyn v. Mackworth (3 Eq. Cas. 

Abr. 579), 1536. 
Lloyd v. Atwood (3 De G. <Sb J. 660), 393, 

1138, 1248, 1598. 
Lloyd v. Banks (L. R. 4 Eq. 222; L. R. 3 

Ch. 488), 1117. 
Lloyd v. Branton (3 Meriv. 117), 1041. 
Lloyd v. Brooks (34 Md. 139), 151. 
Lloyd v. Carter (17 Pa. St. 216), 174, 308, 

357. 
Lloyd v. Fulton (1 Otto, 479), 99. 
Lloyd v. Hart (2 Pa. St. 473), 828. 
Lloyd v. Inglis (1 Desaus. 333), 71, 72. 
Lloyd v. Lynch (28 Pa. St. 419) , 358, 440. 
Lloyd v. Passingham (16 Ves. 70) , 842. 
Lloyd v. Pughe (L. R. 8 Ch. App. 88), 712. 
Lloyd v. Read (1 P. Wms. 607), 312, 352, 

366, 369. 
Lloyd v. Rowe (20 N. J. L. 680) , 1690. 
Lloyd v. Smith (13 Sim. 457), 1734. 
Lloyd v. Spillett (2 Atk, 151), 242, 307. 
Lloyd v. Taylor (2 Dall. 223), 1037, 1038. 
Lloyd v. Williams (1 Madd. 450) , 682, 683. 
Loader v. Clark (2 Macn. & G. 382) , 494, 

598. 
Lobdell v. Baker (1 Mete. 193), 475,476. 
Lobdell v. Hayes (4 Allen, 187), 964. 
Lochenour v. Lochenour (61 Md. 595), 

334, 339. 
Lock v. Bagler (L. R. 4 Eq. 122), 115. 
Lock v. Barber (62 Ind. 577), 918. 



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Lock v. Gilmore (133 111. 139), 1058. 
Lock v. Lock (2Vern. 666), 1159. 
Locke v. Bennett (7 Cush. 445), 1724. 
Locke v. Farmers' L. & Trust Co. (140 

N. Y. 135; 35 N. E. Rep. 578), 106, 

1744, 1746. 
Locke v. Foote (4 Sim. 132), 834. 
Locked. Lomas (5DeG. &Sm. 326), 1664. 
Locke v. Stearns (1 Mete. 560), 476, 4S4. 
Lockett v. Hill (1 Woods, 560), 1462,1490, 

1491. 
Lockhart «. Cameron (29 Ala. 355), 680. 
Lockhart v. Canfleld (49 Miss. 470), 951. 
Lockhart v. Northington (1 Sneed, 318), 

1037. 
Lockhart v. Reilley (1 De G. & J. 476; 25 

L. J. Ch. 697), 1213, 1233, 1588. 
Lockhart v. Wyatt (10 Ala. 231), 1367. 
Lockwood v. Canfleld (20 111. 126), 1562. 
Lockwood v. Fenton (1 Sm. & Gif. 73), 

847. 
Lockwood v. Nelson (16 Ala. 295), 1376. 
Lockwood v. Slevin (26.1nd. 124), U02. 
Locton v. Locton (2 Freem. 136), 180. 
Loeb v. Pierpont (58 Iowa, 469), 1416. 
Loebenthal v. Raleigh (36 N. J. Eq. 

172), 1032. 
Loftin v. Whitboard (92 111. 461), 346, 

349. 
Logan v. Birkett (lMyl. & K. 220), 720. 
Logan v. Deshay (1 Clarke Ch. 209), 

1352. 
Logan D.Eva (144 Pa. St. 312; 22 Atl. 

Rep. 757), 213. 
Logan v. Fairlee (Jacobs, 193), 845. 
Logan v. Johnson (72 Miss. 185; 16 So. 

Rep. 231), 370. 
Logan v. Phillips (18 Mo. 22), 100. 
Logan v. Thrift (20 Ohio St. 62), 709. 
Logsdon v. Roberts (3 T. B. Mon. 255), 

993, 1049. 
Lomai v. Lomai (11 Ves. 48), 837. 
Lomaxw. Pendleton (3 Call, 538), 1205, 

1253. 
Lomazt. Ripley (3 Sm. & Gif. 48), 66, 

517,851. 
London v. Martin (79 Hun, 229), 1374. 
London, etc. Bank v. Lempriere (L. R. 

4 P. C. 572), 694, 697. 
Loney v. Courtenay (24 Neb. 480), 660, 

561. 
Long?;. Casson (4 Rich. Eq. 60), 1637. 
Long a. Dennis (4 Burr, 2052), 1041. 
Long v. Fox (100 111. 43), 1582. 
Long, In re (17 W. R. 218), 1132. 
Long v. Long (62 Md. 33), 1268. 
Long?). Long (79 Mo. 644), 1469. 
Long v. McKay (84 Me. 199; 24 Atl. Rep. 

815), 340. 
Long v. Majestra (1 Johns. Ch. 306), 280. 



Longs. Norcom (2Ired. Eq. 354), 832. 
Longa. Ovenden (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 691), 

640. 
Long v. Steiger (8 Tex. 460), 309. 
Long v. Stewart (5 Ves. 800), 380. 
LongB. White (5 J. J. Marsh. 226), 651, 

686. 
Longdendale, etc. Co., In re (8 Ch. Div. 

150), 35. 
Longley v. Hall (11 Pick. 120), 1686, 1689. 
Longmore v. Broom (7 Ves. 124), 627, 

631, 999. 
Longmore i>. Elcum (2 T. & C. 369), 183, 

229. 
Longwith v. Butler (8 111. 32), 1442, 1443, 

1444, 1506. 
Lonsdale v. Becket (4 De G. & S. 73), 

864, 867. 
Lonsdale v. Church (3 Bro. Ch. 41), 190. 
Loomis v. Brush (36 Mich. 40), 651, 686, 

714. 
Loomis j>. Davenport & St. P. Ry. (3 

McCrary, 489), 688. 
Loomis v. Griffin (78 Iowa, 487; 43 N. W. 

Rep. 290), 1384. 
Loomis v. Loomi9 (2 Vt. 201), 1117. 
Loomis v. McClintock (10 Watts, 274), 

1085, 1092. 
Loomis v. Riley (24 Iowa, 307), 452. 
Loomis v. Satterthwaite (26 S. W. Rep. 

68), 1179. 
Loomis v. Spencer (2 Paige, 153), 29. 
Lord v. Bunn (2 Y. & C. 98), 1302. 
Lord v. Godfrey (4 Madd. 459), 1005. 
Lorda. Wightwick (4 De G.,M. & G. 

803) , 1118, 1223. 
Lord Keepers. Wyld (lVern. 139), 441. 
Lorentz v. Lorentz (14 W. Va. 809), 334. 
Lorenz v. Orlady (87 Pa. St. 226), 14. 
Lorillard v. Coster (5 Paige, 172), 1060. 
Lorillard'3 Case (14 Wend. 265), 616. 
Loringu. Brodie (134 Mass. 453), 1010, 

1073. 
Loring v. Coolidge (99 Mass. 191), 111. 
Loring v. Elliott (16 Gray, 568), 101, 

243. 
Loring v. Hunter (8 Yerg. 31), 93, 116. 
Loring v. Loring (100 Mass. 34), 69, 124, 

183, 228, 229. 
Loring v. Palmer (118 U.S. 321), 59. 
Loring v. Salisbury Mills (125 Mass. 138; 

97 Am. Dec. 107), 987, 1092, 1171. 
Loring v. Stineman (1 Met. 207), 989. 
Lorings v. Marsh (6 Wall. 337), 745, 770. 
Lotbropr. Smalley (23 N. J. Eq. 192), 

1376, 1575. 
Lott v. Wycoff (2 Comst. 357), 106f 
Lotze v. Hoerner (25 W. L. B. 3i; , 267. 
Loud v. Loud (4 Bush, 461), 721. 
Loudi;. Winchester (64 Mich. 23), 989. 



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Lough v. Michael (37 W. Va. 679; 17 8. 

B. Rep. 181), 579. 
Lougheed v. Dykeman's Baptist Ch. 

(129 N. Y. 211; 29 N. E. Rep. 249), 731, 

786. 
Xioughmiller v. Harris (2 Heisk. 559), 

1110. 
Loughridgo v. Bowland (52 Miss. 546), 

449. 
Louisiana Nat. Bank v. Knapp (61 Miss. 

485), 576, 688. 
Louisville, N. A. &C. Ry. Co. v. Hub- 
bard (116 Ind. 193; 18 N. E. Rep. 

611), 1685. 
Louisville, etc. It. Co. v. Sumner (106 

Ind. 55; 55 Am. Rep. 719), 556. 
Lounsbury v. Purdy (11 Barb. 490), 29. 
Lounsbury v. Purdy (16 Barb. 376, 18 N. 

Y. 515),307,357, 373. 
Lovat v. Knipe (12 Ir. Eq. 124), 397, 419. 
Love v. Gage (8 Beav. 472) , 144. 
Love v. Lea (2 Ired. Eq. 627), 286. 
Love j). Morris (13 Ga. 165), 1701. 
Love v. Sierra Nevada Mining Co. (32 

Cal.653),622. 
Lovell V. Brlggs (2 N. H. 218), 383, 389, 

394. 
Loveland v. Clark (11 Colo. 265), 1457, 

1498. 
Loveland v. Fisk (18 Colo. 201; 32 Pac. 

Rep. 276), 188. 
Lovell v. Minot (20 Pick. 116), 1200, 1214. 
Loveman ». Taylor (85Tenn. 1), 899. 
Loveredge v. Cooper (3 Russ. 30), 1116. 
Lovesy v. Smith (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 655), 

104, 494. 
Lovettt). Thomas (81 Va. 245), 1198. 
Low v. Bouverie (L. R. (1891) 3 Ch. 82), 

1182. 
Low v. Burchard (8 Ves. 133), 480. 
Lowd. Carter (IBeav. 426), 335. 
Low v. Harmony (72 N. Y. 408), 616. 
Low v. Manners (5 B. & Aid. 967), 1044. 
Low v. Perkins (10 Vt. 532; 33 Am. Dec. 

217), 1122. 
Lowe v. Convention (35 Atl. Rep. 87), 

995. 
Lowe v. Matson (140 111. 112; 35 111. App. 

602), 1408. 
Lowe v. Morris (13 Ga. 165), 1684, 1686, 

1690. 
Lowe v. Suggs (87 Ga. 577; 13 S. E. Rep. 

565), 874, 898. 
Lowells. Boston, etc. R. R. Co. (23 

Pick. 32) , 563. 
Lowery v. Peterson (75 Ala. 109), 585. 
Lowndes v. Lowndes (15 Ves. 301), 354, 

839,840. 
Lowne's Appeal (1 Grant Cas. 373), 1058, 

1667, 1678, 1712. 



Lowry v. Akers (50 Minn. 341), 1513. 
Lowry v. Bank (4 Cir. Md., 6 West Law 

J. 121), 460. 
Lowry v. Dufferin (1 Ir. Eq. 281), 622. 
Lowry v. Fulton (9 Sim. 115), 861, 877, 

882,883,1205,1254. 
Lowry v. Mayo (41 Minn. 388), 1452. 
Lowry v. Zero (3 Barb. Ch. 407), 218. 
Lowson v. Copeland (2 Bro. Ch. 157), 

1145, 1151. 
Lowther v. Bentinck (L. R. 9 Eq. 166), 

1601. 
Lowther v. Charlton (2 Atk. 242), 445. 
Lowther v. Lowther (13 Ves. 102), 384, 

413, 415. 
Loyd v. McCaffery (46 Pa. St. 410), 1311. 
Lucas v. Daniels (34 Ala. 188), 1534. 
Lucas v. Donaldson (117 Ind. 140), 858. 
Lucas v. James (7 Hare, 410), 492. 
Lucas v. Jones (L. R. 4 Bq. 73), 813. 
Lucas v. Lockhart (10 Sm. & M. 466), 

124,130, 137,183, 228. 
Lucas ». Lucas £1 Atk. 270), 651, 686. 
Lucas v. S. & E. R. Co. (32 ,Pa. St. 458), 

1364. 
Luce v. Burchard (78 Hun, 537), 1746. 
Lucenau. Crawford (3 B. & P. 75), 1029. 
Lucenati. Lucena (5 Beav. 146), 622. 
Lucht v. Behrens (28 Ohio St. 231), 1210. 
Luckenback v. Brickensteine (5 W. & 

S. 145), 1408. 
Luckraftu. Pridham (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

205), 813. 
Lueo v. De Toro (91 Cal. 405), 852. 
Ludington's Petition (5 Abb. N. Oas. 

307), 1360. 
Ludwig v. Highley (5 Barr, 132), 29. 
Luigl v. Luchesi (12 Nev. 306), 1034. 
Luke v. South Kensington Hotel Co. 

(L. R. 11 Ch. D. 121), 1123. 
Luken's Appeal (47 Pa. St. 356), 1688. 
Lumley, In re (1894, 3 Ch. 135), 667. 
Lumsden v. Buchanan (4 Macq. H. L. 

Cas. 950), 962. 
Lund v. Blanshard (4 Hare, 290), 1055. 
Lund v. Lund (41 N. H. 355), 1255, 1689. 
Lundy v. Hanson (16 Colo. 267; 26 Pac. 

Rep. 816), 337. 
Lupton v. Lupton (2 Johns. Ch. 614), 

840, 1322, 1324, 1S52. 
Luscumb v. Ballard (5 Gray, 403), 884, 

886. 
Lush v. Wilkinson (5 Ves. 387) , 98. 
Lush's Trusts, In re (L. R. 4 Ch. 591), 

675, 682. 
Lusk v . Lewis (32 Miss. 297), 250, 256. 
Luther v. Bianconi (10 Ir. Eq. 203), 1159. 
Luttrellti. Olmius (14 Ves. 290; 11 Ves. 

638), 506, 
Lux v . Hlff (47 111. 425), 183 



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Luxor i'. Wilgens (7 Bush, 206), 1215. 
Lyean v. Miller (56 Mo. App. 79), 1673, 

1702. 
Lyddon v. Lyddon (14 Ves. 558), 1530. 
Lydon v. Moss (4 De G. & J. 104), 393. 
Lyford v. Thurston (16 X. H. 399), 264, 

270, 308, 327, 357, 388, 433. 
Lyles. Burke (40 Mich. 499), 50. 
Lyman v. Ins. Co. (2 Johns. Ch. 630), 72. 
Lyman v. Parsons (26 Conn. 493), 999. 
Lynall's Trusts, Inre (L. R, 12 Ch. D. 

211), 813. 
Lynch v. Cox (11 Harris, 265), 308, 357. 
Lynch v. Eotan (39 111. 14), 825. 
Lynde v. Davenport (57 Vt. 597), 1747. 
Lyne's Exr. v. Course (1 Pa. St. Ill), 

665. 
Lynn v . Gephart (27 Md. 547) , 301 . 
Lynn v. Lynn (135 111. 18; 25 X. E. Rep. 

634), 96. 
Lyou v. Home (L. R. 6 Eq. 655), 292. 
Lyou v. Lyon (8 Ired. Eq. 201), 392, 405. 
Lyon v. Lyon (1 Tenn. Ch. 225), 369. 
Lyon v. Maclay (1 Watts, 275), 1536, 1538. 
Lyon v. Mitchell (36 X. Y. 235), 538. 
Lyon v. Richmond (2 Johns. Ch. 51) , 505. 
Lyon v. Sanford (5 Conn. 544), 1T29. 
Ljont. Taylor (49111. App. 639), 1180. 
Lyons v. Bodenhamer (7 Kan. 455) , 433. 
Lyons v. Byrd (2 Hen. & M. 22), 1690. 
Lysaght v. Ed-wards (L. K. 2 Ch. D. 499), 

583. 
Lyse v. Kingdom (1 Call, 538), 1205, 1253, 

1266, 1587. 
Lysney v. Selby (Ld. Raym. 1118), 474. 
Lystcr v. Dolland (1 Ves. Jr. 434), 216. 
Lythe v. Uird (3 Jones, 222), 489. 

M. 

MoAdams v. Logan (3 Bro. Ch. 320), 872. 
McAfee v. Ferguson (9 B. Mon. 475), 

553. 
McAllisters. Barry (2 Hayw. 290), 473. 
McAllister v. Burgess (161 Mass. 269; 37 

N. E. Rep. 173), 731, 748, 783. 
McAllister v. Commonwealth (30 Pa. 

St. 536), 1173, 1582, 1583. 
McAllister v. Montgomery (3 Hayw. 

94), 216. 
McAllisters. Plant (54 Miss. 106), 1515, 

1516. 
McAlpine ». Burnett (23 Tex. 649), 578. 
McAlpine, Inre (15 X. Y. St. Rep. 532), 

1706. 
McAlpine v. Potter (126 X. Y. 285), 1687. 
McAnally v. Heflin (17 So. Rep. 87), 660. 
McArthuru. Gordon (126 X. Y. 597; 27 

X. E. Rep. 1C33), 68, 149, 1609. 
McArthur v. Scott (113 U. S. 340), 1732. 



McAuleys. Wilson (1 Dev. Eq. 276; 18 

Am. Dec. 5o7), 753, 777. 
McAuley's Appeal (77 Pa. St. 397), 794. 
McBeew. Sollis (1 Strobh. Eq. 90), 441. 
McBrayers. Carricker (64 Ala. 50), 992, 

1342. 
McBride v. Mclntire (91 Mich. 40; 51 X. 

W. Rep. 1113), 878, 882. 
McBride v. Smith (54 Pa. St. 245), 921, 

922,923,925, 933,941,1268. 
McBlalri). Gibbs (17 How. 237), 563. 
McBurnie, Ex parte (1 De G., M. & G. 

446), 99. 
McCabe v. Fowler (84 N. Y. 314), 1135. 
McCabe v. Hussey (2 Dow. & C. 440), 

292. 
MeCabe's Appeal (22 Pa. St. 427), 14. 
McCahillu. McCahill (71 Hun, 221; 25 X. 

Y. Supl. 219), 62. 
McCahill v. McCahill (11 Misc. Rep. 

238; 32 X. Y. Supl. 836), 213, 312. 
McCaleb v. Critchfield (5 Hei9k. 288), 

675,682. 
McCall v. Harrison (1 Brock. 126), 693. 
McCall v. Hinckley (4 Gill, 128), 1369. 
MeCalls. Mash (89 Ala. 487) , 1490, 1492, 

1512. 
McCall v. Peachy (3 Munf . 288), 1690. 
McCallies. Walton (37 Ga. 611), 1411. 
McCammon v. Detroit, L. & N . Co. (103 

Mich. 104; 61 X. W. Rep. 273), 1478. 
McCammon v. Pettit (3 Sneed, 246), 232, 

358. 
McCampbell v. Brown (48 Fed. Rep, 

795), 1723. 
McCampbell v. McCampbell (5 Litt. 95), 

1322. 
McCandless' Estate (61 Pa. St. 9), 1537. 
McOants v. Bee (1 McCord Eq. 383; 16 

Am. Dec. 610), 398, 1178, 1183. 
McCarogher v. Wheldon (L. R. 3 Eq. 

236), 1528. 
McC irroll v. Alexander (48 Miss. 621), 

197, 309, 313. 
McCartee v. Orphan Asylum Soc. (9 

Cow. 437; 13 Am. Dec. 516), 912. 
McCartee v. Teller (2 Paige, 511), 12. 
McCarter, In, re (94 X. Y. 558), 1680. 
McCarter's Estate (94 X. Y. 558), 1679. 
McCarthy v. Blevins (5 Yerg. 195; 26 

Am. Dec. 262), 33. 
McCarthy v. Decaix (2 Russ. & Myl. 

615), 1598. 
McCa' thy v. McCarthy (9 Ir. Eq. 620), 

292. 
McCartin v. Traphagen (43 X. J. Eq. 

323), 897,904, 1589. 
McCartney v. Bostwick (32 X. Y. 53), 

307, 354, 372, 374, 596, 1405, 1718. 
McCarthy v. McCarthy (74 Ala. 546), 59. 



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McCarty v. Goold (IB. &B. 387), 38. 
McCarty v. Pruett (4 Ind. 226), 675. 
McCarty v. Williams (69 Ala. 174), 573. 
McCaskill v. Lathrop (63 Ga. 96), 1628. 
McCaslin v. State (44 Ind. 151), 585. 
McCaughal v. Eyan (27 Barb. 376), 618. 
McCausland's Appeal (38 Pa. St. 466), 

1688. 
McCawi). Galbrath (7 Rich. (Law) 74), 

43, 966. 
McCbesney v. Brown (25 Gratt. 393), 

664, 665. 
McCIain v. McClain (57 Iowa, 167), 503. 
McClanacban v. Henderson (2 A. K. 

Marsb. 388), 397. 
McCleary v. McLain (2 Ohio St. 368), 

873. 
McCleary v. Menke (109 111. 294) , 847. 
McClellan ». McClellan (65 Me. 600), 48, 

60,60,880. 
McClellan v. Scott (24 Wis. 81), 477. 
McClellan v. Coffin (93 Ind. 456), 575. 
McClelland v. McClelland (7 Baxt. 310), 

847. 
McClintic v. Ocheltree (4 W. Va. 249), 

11. 
McClintock v. Loisseau (31 VT. Va. 865), 

335. 
McCloskey v. Gleason (56 Vt. 264; 48 

Am. Eep. 770), 1135, 1692. 
McClure v. Doak (6 Baxt. 364), 369. 
McClure i;. Lewis (72 Mo. 314), 480. 
McClure v. Miller (1 Bail. Ch. 107), 

392. 
McClure v. Steele (14 Rich. Eq. 105), 

1215. 
McClurg n. Terry (21 N. J. Eq. 225), 

546. 
McCollister v. Willey (52 Ind. 3S2), 223. 
McComas v. Long (85 Ind. 549), 1625. 
McComb v. Barcelona, etc. Assu. (134 

N. Y. 594), 411. 
McConkey's Appeal (13 Pa. St. 259), 

1011. 
McConneaughey v. Bogardus (106 III. 

321), 1481. 
McConnell v. Lindsey (131 Pa. St. 476) , 

655,659,710. 
McConnell v. Sherwood (84 N. Y. 582), 

1404. 
McCook v. Harp (81 Ga. 229), 1121, 1228. 
McCordti. Ochiltree (8 Blaekf. 15), 747, 

755, 826. 
McCorker v. Brady (1 Barb. Ch. 329), 

895,900, 913,918,919. 
McCormick v. Atkinson (78 Va. 8), 1391. 
McCormick v. Blum (4 Tex. Civ. App. 

9;22S. W. Eep. 1054), 711. 
McCormick v. Garnett (5 De U., M. & 

G. 278), 682. 



McCormick v. Grogan (4 Eng. & Ir. 

App. 82), 138,253, 513. 
McCormick v. Ocean City Assn. (45 N. 

J.. Eq. 561), 977. 
McCormick v. Malin (5 Blackf. 509), 

480. 
McCormick v. Lawton (3 Neb. 449), 708. 
McCormick v. Wheeler (36 111. 115) , 

444. 
McCorn v. McCorn (100 N. Y. 511), 1256. 
McCoy i'. Grandy (3 Ohio St. 463), 607. 
McCoy v. McCoy (29 Vt*. Va. 794), 1542. 
McCoy v. Monte (90 Ind. 441), 912. 
McCoy v. Scott (2 Rawle, 222), 603, 877. 
McCrary r. Clements (94 Ga. 778; 22 S. 

E. Eep. 675), 221, 222. 
McCrary i'. Foster (1 Iowa, 271), 333. 
McCrea v. Purmort (16 WeDd. 460; 30 

Am. Dec. 103), 462, 469, 1405, 1722. 
McCready v. Guardians (9 S. & E. 94; 

11 Am. Dec. 667), 1130. 
McCready v. Lansdale (58 Miss. 877), 

1005, 1341. 
McCreary v. Bomberger (11 Pa. Co. Ct. 

68), 1265. 
McCreary v. Burns (17 S. Car. 45), 138. 
JlcCreary v. Casey (50 Cal. 349), 309, 313. 
McCreightu. Foster (L. E. 5 Ch. App. 

604), 200, 585. 
McCroy v. Grandy (92 Ga. 319; 18 S. E. 

Eep. 65), 705. 
MeCue v. Gallagher (23 Cal. 51) , 363. 
McCulloch r. Cowher (5 W. & S. 427), 

600, 518,520,526. 
MeCullough v. Ford (96 III. 439), 705. 
McCullough v. MeCullough (44 S. J. Eq. 

313; 14 Atl. Eep. 123), 1201, 1579, 1727. 
McCullough v. Sommerville (8 Leigh, 

415), 1415,1419. 
McCullough's Appeal (2 Jones, 197), 

1043. 
McCullumu. Cox (IDall. 139), 960. 
McCully v. McCully (78 Va. 159), 197, 

313. 
McDaniel v. Grace (15 Ark. 465), 98. 
Mc-David v. Adams (77 111. 155), 705. 
McDermot v. Kealy (3 Euss. 264), 837. 
McDermot v. Lorillard (1 Eclw. Ch. 273), 

1094. 
McDermott v. Garland (1 Mackey, 496), 

705. 
McDermott v. Strong (4 Johns. Ch.687), 

1333, 1721. 
McDolei;. Purdy (23 Iowa, 277), 575. 
McDonalds. Carr (160111. 264; 37 N. E. 

Eep. 225), 339. 
McDonald v. Elyton Land Co. (78 Ala. 

382), 573. 
McDonald v. Hooker (57 Ark. 632; 22 S. 

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McDonald v. Irvine (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 101), 

1177. 
McDonalds. Lord (2Robt. 7), 415. 
McDonald v. Mass. Gen. Hospital (120 

Mass. 432; 21 Am. Rep. 529), 735, 745, 

748. 
McDonald v. McDonald (21 Can. S. C. 

Rep. 201), 208. 
McDonald v. McDonald (1 Bligh, 315), 

1536. 
McDonalds. McDonald (92 Ala. 537), 

1004, 1621, 1736. 
McDonald v. McDonald (24 Ind. 68), 

197,221,223, 313. 
McDonalds. Morton (1 Mass. 543), 1314. 
McDonalds. Sims (3Kelley, 383), 1537. 
McDonald v. Snow (109 111. 40), 1507. 
McDonald v. Starkey (42 III. 442), 1744. 
McDonald v. Vinson (56 Miss. 497), 1515, 

1518. 
McDonnell. Murphy (Fox & S. 279), 

722. 
McDonnell v. Harding (7 Sim. 178), 1205, 

1254. 
McDonogh v. Murdoch: (15 How. 367), 

18, 19, 309, 745, 819. 
McDonougli v. O'Neill (113 Mass. 92), 

204,388,533. 
McDonough Will Case (15 How. 367), 

1217. 
McDougal v. Cares (38 Ala. 320), 895. 
McDougal v. People's Sav. Bank (62 

Miss. 663) , 704, 707. 
McDougald v. Dougherty (11 Ga. 570), 

1331. , 

McDowell v. Caldwell (2 McCord Ch. 43 ; 

16 Am. Dec. 635), 829, 836. 
McDowell v. Goldsmith (2 Md. Ch. 370), 

469, 1537. 
McDowell u.Milroy (69111. 500), 206, 423. 
McEachin v. Stewart (106 N. Car. 336), 

388, 534, 1201, 1213. 
McElhenney's Appeal (46 Pa. St. 347), 

959, 1058, 1688, 1699. 
McElroy v. McElroy (113 Mass. 509), 52, 

92, 243, 922, 923. 
McEvoy v. Appleby (27 Hun, 44) , 1297. 
McEweni). Crombie (L. R. 25 Ch. D. 

175), 1681. 
McFadden v. Jenkins (1 Hare, 458), 76, 

155, 157. 
McFadden v. Jinkyns (1 Hare, 461; 1 

Phill.157), 73,88. 
McFarland v. Bates (45 Kan. 1), 1414. 
McFarland v. Birdsall (14 Ind. 126), 

1368, 1369. 
McFarland v. La Force (119 Mo. 585; 25 

S. W. Rep. 530), 232, 369. 
McFerrand v. Taylor (3 Cranch, 281), 

473. 



McGaughey v. Brown (46 Ark. 25), 

403, 1533. 
McGill v. Doe (9 Ind. 306), 953. 
McGillivray, In re (138 N. Y. 308; 33 N. 

E. Rep. 1077), 901. 
McGinn v. Sehaeffer (7 Watts, 412), 1183, 

1738. 
McGinity v. McGinity (6 Pa. St. 38), 365. 
McGivney v. McGivney (142 Mass. 156), 

364, 1545. 
McGlade's Appeal (99 Pa. St. 338), 816. 
McGlaughlin v. McGlaughlin (24 Pa. 

St. 22), 1355. 
McGourkey v. Toledo, etc. Ry. Co. (146 

U. S. 536; 36 Law Ed. 1079), 411. 
McGovern v. Knox (21 Ohio St. 647), 197, 

308, 313, 349. 
McGowan v. McGowan (14 Gray, 121), 

307, 314, 369, 371, 497, 500. 
McGready«. Harris (54 Mo. 137), 1109, 

1461. 
McGregor v. Gardner (14 Iowa, 326), 416. 
McGinnisw. Watson (41 Pa. St. 9), 793, 

794. 
McGuire a. Devlin (158 Mass. 63; 32 N. 

E. Rep. 1028), 108. 
McGu ire v. McGowan (4 Desaus. 491), 

308, 363, 383, 389,394. 

McGuire v. Ramsey (9 Ark. 518), 232, 

309. 
McGuire v. Van Pelt (55 Ala. 344), 

1451, 1460, 1463. 
McHarry v. Schenek (88 111. 357), 1453, 

1505. 
McHardy v. Hitchcock (11 Beav. 73), 

1570. 
McHenryj). Davis (L. R. 10 Eq. 88), 645, 

695. 
Mcllwaine v. Gether (3 Whart. 575), 

1041. 
Mcllwaine'!;. Smith (42 Mo. 45; 97 Am. 

Dec. 295), 1270,1640. 
Mclntire v. Benson (20 111. 50(J), 1227, 

1388, 1389, 1390. 
Mclntire v. Hughes (4 Bibb, 186), 148. 
Mclntires;. Knowlton (6 Allen, 565), 688. 
Mclntire v. Skinner (4 Greene, 89), 47. 
Mclntire's School v . Zanesville (9 Ohio, 

203), 750, 756,759, 781. 
Mclntire Poor School v. Zanesville, 

etc. Co. (9 Ohio, 217) , 19, 125, 180. 
Mcintosh's Estate, In re (158 Pa. St. 528; 

27 Atl. Rep. 1044), 106. 
Mclntyrea. Mclntyre (123 Pa. St. 329), 

138. 
McKay v. Green (3 Johns. Ch. 66), 1322, 

1324. 
McKaiseyti. Thorpe (61 Tex. 652), 203. . 
McKeeu. Griggs (51 N. J. Eq. 178; 26 

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McKee u. Jones (6 Pa. St. 425), 600, 507, 

508. 
McKee v. Judd (2 Kerr, 622), 399. 
McKee u. Lamon (159 U. 8. 317; 16 Sup. 

Ct. Rep. 11), 317. 
McKeeu. MeKinley (33 Pa. St. 92), 672. 
McKee v. Reynolds (26 Iowa, 589), 721. 
McKee v. Weeden (37 N. Y. Supl. 465; 1 

App. Div. 583), 1688. 
McKenna's Estate, In re (13 Ir. Ch. 239), 

201, 392, 1596. 
McKennan v. Phillips (6 Whart. 571; 37 

Am. Dec. 438), 651, 686. 
McKenziev. Summer (114 N. Car. 425; 

19 S. E. Rep. 375), 914, 1278. 
McKeogh v. McKeogQ (4 Ir. R. Eq. 338), 

101,553. 
McKesson v. Stanton (50 Wis. 297; 36 

Am. Rep. 850), 711. 
McKim v. Aulbach (130 Mass. 4S4; 39 

Am. Dec. 473), 1123, 1230, 1240, 1241. 
McKim v. Duncan (4 Gill, 72), 1689. 
McKim v. Handy (4 Md. Ch. 228), 872. 
McKim v. Vorhies (7 Cranch, 279), 38. 
MeKinney v. Pinkard (2 Leigh, 149), 

480. 
McKinnon v. McDonald (4 Jones Eq. 1; 

72 Am. Dec. 674), 718. 
McKinnon v. Stuart (20 L. J. Ch. 49), 1378. 
McKnight v. Bright (2 Mo. 110), 576. 
McKnight v. Taylor (1 How. 161), 495, 

1541. 
McKnight v. Walsh (23 N. J. Eq. 136), 

834, 1690, 1092, 1694, 1698. 
McKnight v. Walsh (24 N. J. Eq . 498), 

1220, 1561, 1563. 
McLain v. School Director (51 Pa. St. 

196), 749. 
McLanahan v. McLanahan (6 Humph. 

99), 47. 
McLanc v. Johnson (43 Vt. 48), 221. 
McLaue v. Paschal (47 Tex. 365), 1140, 

1464. 
McLarren v. Brewer (61 Me. 402), 532. 
McLaughlin v. Barnum (31 Md. 425), 

608. 
McLaughlin v. Fulton (104 Pa. St. 161), 

371, 1G25. 
McLaughlin v. Hanley (12 R. I. 61), 119S. 
McLaughlin, In re (L. R. 1 Ir. 421), 1042. 
McLaughlin v. VanKeuren (21 N. J. Eq. 

379), 1742. 
McLauriej). Patlow(53Ill. 340), 61,66, 67, 

852. 
McLaurlnv. Falrley (6 Jones Eq. 375), 

47. 
McLean v. Button (19 Barb. 450), 159. 
McLean v. Freeman (70 N. T. 81), 1746, 

1747. 
McLean v. Longlands (5 Ves. 71), 712. 



McLean v. McLean (3 Hun, 395; 62 N. Y. 

627), 1750. 
McLean v. Pressley (56 Ala. 211), 1518. 
McLeans;. Wade (41 Pa. St. 266), 749. 
McLellan v. McLean (2 Head, 684), 617. 
McLellan v. Nelson (27 Me. 129), 706. 
McLellan v. Turner (15 Me. 436), 108. 
McLellan's Appeal (26 Pa. St. 463), 1397, 

1398. 
McLennan v. Sullivan (13 Iowa, 821), 

309. 
McLenore v. Good (1 Harp. Eq. 272), 1437. 
McLeodu. Drummond (14 Ves. 861; 17 

Ves. 169), 456, 460, 1657, 1663. 
McLeod v. Evana (66 Wis. 401), 1603. 
McLeod v. First Nat. Bank (42 Miss. 99), 

327,538, 1582, 1625. 
McLeroth v. Bacon (5 Ves. 167), 633. 
McLoskey v. Reid (4 Bradf. 334), 847. 
McLoud v. Roberts (4 Hen. & M. 443), 

1322, 1324. 
McLownie v. Thomas (39 111. 291), 574. 
McLure v. Lancaster (24 S. Car. 273; 58 

Am. Rep. 259), 657. 
McLure v. Ripley (2 Macn. & G. 274), 494. 
McMahon v. Harrison (2Seld. 443), 869. 
McMahon v. Macy (51 N. Y. 161), 71. 
McMahon v. Smith (47 Conn. 221), 556. 
McMeekin v. Edmonds (1 Hill Eq. 293), 

1333. 
McMichael v. Jarvis (78 Tex. 671), 677. 
McMichael v. Kilner (76 N. Y. 36), 492. 
McMillan v. Baxley (112 N. Car. 678), 

1491. 
McMillan v. Peacock (57 Ala. 127), 651, 

665, 686. 
McMulleni;. Lank (4 Houst. 648), 1064. 
Mcilullin v. Beatty (56 Pa. St. 389), 665. 
McMullini>.McMullin (8 Watts, 236), 252. 
McMurray v. MoMey (39 Ark. 309), 193, 

417. 
McMurray v. Montgomery (2 Swan, 324), 

1123, 1230. 
McNab v. Whitbread (17 Beav. 299), 125. 
McNair's Appeal (4Rawle, 155), 456, 1657. 
McXair v, Craig (38 S. Car. 100), 1563. 
McNairu. Pope (100 N. Car. 404), 520, 1498. 
McNamara v. Garrity (106 111. 384), 197, 

308, 314, 315. 
McNeal v. McNeal (161 Pa. St. 109; 34 W. 

N . C. 259 ; 28 Atl. Rep . 997) , 710. 
J McNeeSf. Swaney (50 Mo. 38S), 1444,1490. 
j McNew v. Booth (42 Mo. 192) , 1509. 
I McNielf. Baird (6Munf. 316), 492. 
| McNeil v. Gates (41 Ark. 264), 1185. 
j McNeil v. Miller (29 W. Va. 480), 579. 
I McNeill v. Arnold (17 Ark. 151), 680. 
j McNeills. Cahill (2 Bhgh, 229), 563. 
I McNeills. Davis (17 So. Rep. 10D.704. 
| McNeill v. Magee (5 Mason, 269), 435. 



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McNeillie v. Acton (4 De G., M.& G. 744), 

456, 457, 1638. 
McNish v. Guerard (4 Strobh. Eq. 66), 

920, 931. 
McPherson «. Hansen (2 Beas. 299), 452. 
McPherson v. Israel (5 Gill & J. 60), 

1689. 
McPlierson v. Rollins (107 N. Y. 316), 

1744. 
McPherson v. Sanborn (88 111. 150) , 1456. 
McPherson v. Snowden (19 Md. 197), 115. 
McQueen v. Farquhar (11 Ves. 467), 1654. 
McEaec. Mean9 (34 Ala. 349), 130. 
McKaney v. Huff (32 Ga. 681) , 525. 
McEaney v. Johnson (2 Fla. 520), 956, 

957, 958, 1266. 
McRees' Aduir. v. Means (34 Ala. 350), 

108. 
McReynolds v. Anderson (69 Iowa, 208) , 

828. 
McRoberts v. Mondy (19 Mo. App. 26), 

789. 
McTighe v. Dean (22 N. J. Eq. 81), 1570. 
MeVay v. McVay (43 N. J. Eq. 47), 61. 
McVey v. Oantrell (70 N. T. 295; 26 Am. 

Rep. 605) , 709. 
McVey v. Quality (97 111. 93), 388, 434. 
McVity v. Stanton (10 Misc. Rep. 105, 30 

N. Y. Supl. 934) , 227. 
McVVhorter v. Agnew (6 Paige, 111), 

1012. 
MeWhorter v. Benson (Hopk. Ch. 28), 

16S7. 
McWhinnie v. Martin (77 Wis. 182; 46 N. 

W. Rep. 118), 200. 201. 
McWilliams v. Nissley (2 S. & R. 509, 7 

Am. Dec. 654), 34. 
Maas v. Goodman (2 Hill, 275), 1408. 
Mabary v. Doilarbido (98 Mo. 198), 327. 
Maberly v. Turton (14 Ves. 499), 166, 

625,641,088. 
Maberly v. Wetherell (14 Ves. 499), 829. 
MacArthur v. Gordon (5 N. Y. Supl. 513), 

1558. 
Maccubin v. Cromwell (7 Gill & J. 157), 

47, 61, 877, 879, 8S2, 893, 1122, 1231, 17.J8. 
MacGregor v. MacGregor (9 Iowa, 65), 

1228, 1582. 
Machem v. Machem (28 Ala. 374), 680. 
Machir v. Burroughs (14 Ohio St. 519), 

666, 709. 
Mackason's Appeal (42 Pa. St. 330; 82 

Am. Dec. 517), 1273, 1310. 
Mackay v. Coates (70 Pa. St. 350), 950, 

959, 1139. 
Mackay v. Commercial Bank (L. R. 5 P. 

C. 394), 476, 4S4. 
Mackay v. Douglas (L. R. 14 Eq. 106), 

491,494. 
Mackay v. Martin (26 Tex. 2251,525. 



Mackenzie's Trusts, In re (L. R. 23 Ch. 

D. 750), 1209. 
Mackey v. Cairns (5 Cow. 547) , 1389. 
Mackie v. Mackie (5 Hare, 70), 1168. 
Mackie «. Cairns (5 Cow. 547), 1367. 
Mackinnon v. Stewart (3 Sim. 88), 1317. 
Mackintosh, In re (L. J. 42 Ch. 208), 

1132. 
Mackintosh v. Townshend (16 Ves. 330), 

810, 811. 
Maekreth v. Symmons (15 Ves. 329; 1 
Load. Cas. Eq. 447,432, 437), 569,571, 
589. 
Mat-lay v. Love (23 Cal. 367) , 705. 
Macnab v. Whitbread (17 Beav. 299), 

128. 
Macy v. Shurmer (1 Atk. 389), 128. 
Macyti. Williams (83 Hun, 243; 31 N. Y. 

Supl. 620), 80, 1054. 
Madden «. Barnes (45 Wis. 135; 30 Am. 

Rep. 703), 578, 580. 
Maddison v. Andrew (1 Ves. Jr. 57), 

352. 
Maddox v. Allen (1 Met. 495), 1536. 
Maddox v. Eberhart (38 Ga. 681), 1097. 
Maddox v. Maddox (1 Ves. 61), 413. 
Maddox v. Maddox (11 Gratt. 804), 1041, 

1043, 1044. 
Madisonc. Andrew (1 Ves. 58), 362. 
Madison Academy v. Board of Educa- 
tion (26 S. W. Rep. 187), 1028. 
Madoc v. Jackson (2 Bro. Ch. 588), 624. 
Madrid Bank, In re (L. R. 2 Eq. 216), 

494. 
Maffittf. Rynd (69 Pa. St. 30), 73, 76. 
Magdalen v. Atty.-Gen. (6 H. L. Cas. 

202), 1524. 
Magfe v. Cowperthwaite (10 Ala. 966), 

1686, 1690. 
Magee v. Magee (51 111. 500), 589. 
Magill v. Brown (Bright, N. P. 350), 21 

22, 807, 810. 
Magistrate of Dundee v. Morris, (3 

Macq. 134), 733. 
Magniac v. Thompson (7 Pet. 348), 98. 
Magoffin v. Patton (4 Rawle, 119), 839. 
Magruder v. Peter (11 Gill & J. 217), 576, 

1036, 1039. 
Maguire v. Allen (1 B. & B. 75), 842. 
Maguire, In re (L. R. 9 Eq. 632), 732, 763, 

768. 
Maguire v. Page (23 Mo. 188), 521. 
Maguire v. Scully (Hog. 113; 1 Beat. 

370, 2 Hy. 113), 102,105. 
Maguire v. Smock (42 Ind. 1), 555. 
Magwood v. Johnston (1 Hill Ch. 228), 

663, 710. 
Mahan v. Mahan (7 B. Mon. 582), 148. 
Maher v, Farwell (97 111. 671), 1507. 
Mahey v. Davidson (2 Ves. 319), 190. 



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Mahon v. Savage (1 Sen. & "Let. Ill), 632, 

633, 637, 641, 1000, 1001. 
MahODe v. Reeves (11 Ala. 345), 488. 
Mahoney v. Hunter (30 Ind. 250), 87S. 
Mahoney v. Mackubin (52 Md. 366), 

1500. 
Mahoney i>. Mackubin (51 Md. 268), 1711. 
Mahony v. Hunter (30 Ind. 246) , 885. 
Mahorner v. Foreheimer (18 So. Eep. 

570) , 1366. 
Mahorner v. Harrison (21 Miss. 53), 309. 
Manuring. Harding (28 N. H. 128), 475. 
Maiben v. Bobe (6 Fla. 418) , 705. 
Maine Baptist Miss. Con. v. Portland 

(65 Me. 92), 731-748. 
Mais, In re (16 Jur. 608), 905. 
Maitland d. Backhouse (16 Sim. 58), 286. 
Maitland ». Baldwin (70 Hun, 267; 24 N. 

T. Supl. 29) , 74. 
Maitland v. Wilson (3 Atk. 814), 438. 
Major v. Herndon (78 Ky. 123) , 127. 
Major v. Lansley (2 Buss. & M. 355), 11, 

651, 686. 
Major v. Symmes (19 Ind. 121) , 699. 
Majoribanks v. Hovenden (6 Ir. Eq. 

238), 623. 
Majors d. Herndon (78 Ky. 128), 144. 
Majors v. Bverton (89 111. 56), 652, 714. 
Makepeace v. Rogere (11 Jur. (N. S.) 

215), 1536. 
Malcolm v. Fullerton (2 T. E. 648), 529. 
Malcolm d. O'Callaghan (4 Myl. & Cr. 

399), 649. 
Malcolm v. O'Callaghan (2 Madd. 354), 

1043, 1044. 
Malcolm v. O'Callaghan (3 Myl. <Sb Cr. 

52), 1681. 
Maiden i>. Merrill (2 Atk. 8) , 435. 
Malim v. Barker (3 Ves. 150), 128. 
Malim i>. Keighley (2 Ves. Jr. 333), 117, 

128. 
Malin v. Malin (1 Wend. 625), 256, 357, 

460. 
Mallabar!). Mallabar (Cas. t. Talb. 80), 

247, 301. 
Mallet d. Smith (6Eich. Eq. 22), 1040. 
Mallory v. Vanderheyden (3 Barb. Ch. 

10; IN. Y. 452), 664. 
Malmesbury v. Malmesbury (31 Beav. 

407), 104. 
Malone v. O'Connor (Lloyd & Gould, 

465), 128, 130. 
Maloney d. Kennedy (10 Sim. 254), 672, 

715. 
Maloney v. Webb (112 Mo. 576; 20 S. W. 

Bep. 683), 1498. 
Maloy v. Sloans (44 Vt. 311), 320, 323. 
Malzy v. Edge (2 Jur. (N. S.) 80), 882. 
Mant. Ricketts (13 L. J. Ch. 194), 1537. 
Man v. Warner (4 Whart. 455), 1320. 



Manahan v. Gibbons (19 Johns. 427), 

1234. 
Manby v. Bewicke (3 Kay & J. 342), 1538. 
Mance v. Mance (28 111. App. 587), 309. 
Manchester^. Tibbetts (121 N. T. 219; 

18 Am. St. Rep. 816), 709. 
Manchester Royal Infirmary, In re (L. 

R. 43 Ch. D. 420) , 1216. 
Mandevillen. Solomon (33 Cal. 38), 369. 
Mandlebaum v. McDonnell (29 Mich. 

78; 18 Am. Rep. 61), 1298. 
Manes v. Durrant (2 Rich. Eq. 404), 548, 

553. 
Mangey v. Hungerford (2 Eq. Abr. 156), 

717. 
Mangles v. Dixon (18 Eng. L. & Eq. 

82), 1116. 
Manhattan Brass, etc. Co. v. Thomp- 
son (56 N. T. 80), 709. 
Manhattan Bank d. Walker (130 U. S. 

257), 1721. 
Manice v. Manice (43 N. T. 303), 616, 

1746. 
Manly v. Slason (21 Vt. 271 ; 52 Am. Dec. 

60), 569, 678,580. 
Mann v. Ballet (1 Vern. 44), 824, 1237. 
Mann v. Huston (1 Gray, 250) , 1396. 
Mann, In re (32 Minn. 60), 1368. 
Mann v. Mann (1 Johns. Cb. 234), 71. 
Mannerback's Estate (133 Pa. St. 342), 

1290, 1295. 
Manners v. Library Co. (93 Pa. St. 165; 

39 Am. Rep. 741), 749, 763, 776, 807, 809. 
Manning v. Albee (11 Allen, 520; 14 

Allen, 7) 477, 481. 
Mannings. Baker (8 Md. 44), 839. 
Mannings. Cox (7 Moore, 617), 961. 
Manning v. Elliott (92 N. Car. 48), 1466. 
Mannings. Frazier (96 111. 279), 574. 
Manning!). Hayden (5 Sawy. 360), 206, 

415, 423. 
Manning!). Manning (79 N. Car. 300; 28 

Am. Rep. 354), 709. 
Manning v. Manning (1 Johns. Ch, 527), 

1256, 1687. 
Manning!;. Pippen (86 Ala. 357; 11 Am. 

St. Rep. 46), 145, 231, 500, 618. 
Manning d. Powning (L. R. 4 Ch. App. 

365), 1033. 
Manning v. Spooner (3 Ves. 114), 1324. 
Manningford i>. Toleman (1 Coll. 670), 

600. 
Mannix v. Purcell (46 Ohio St. 102; 19 

N. E. Rep. 572; 15 Am. St. Rep. 562), 

750, 1025, 1152. 
Mansell i>. Mansell (2 Wms. 678), 204, 

327, 432, 433, 534, 594, 1009, 1079. 
Mansfield v. Alwood (84 III. 497), 1138, 

1152. 
Mansfield d. Shaw (3 Madd. 100), 1576. 



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Manson v. Felton (13 Pick. 206), 403. 
Mant v. Leith (15 Beav. 526) , 11. 
Mantoni). Titsworth (18 B. Mon. 582), 

1537. 
Manz v. Oakley (120 N. T. 84), 1234. 
Mapp v. Elcock (2 Phill. 793; 3 H. L. 

Cas. 492), 243. 
Mapps v. Sharpe (32 111. 13), 395, 1490, 

1491. 
Maraman v. Maraman (4 Met. (Ky.) 84), 

713. 
March v. Russell (2 Myl. & Cr. 31), 1248. 
Mareiliat v. Marclliat (125 Ind. 472), 222, 

223. 
Marcotte v. Hartman (46 Minn. 202; 48 

N. W. Hep. 767), 1508. 
Marey v. Dunlap (5 Lans. 365), 562. 
Marcy's Account (24 N. J. Eq. 451), 1692. 
Marden v. Chase (32 Me. 329) , 910. 
Marder, Luse & Co. v. Filkins (51 111. 

App. 587), 1410. 
Margaran v. Christie Orange Co. (19 

So. Rep. 637), 860. 
Markey v. Langley (92 U. S. 142), 995. 
Markey «. Markey (13 ST. T. Supl. 925), 

83. 
Markhamc. Cooke (3 Burr. 1684; 1W, 

Black. 543), 935. 
Markley v. Singleton (11 Rich. 393), 654. 
Marlattt). Warwich (18 N. J. Eq. 108; 19 

N. J. Eq. 439), 500, 520, 562. 
Marlborough v. Godolphin (2 Ves. 61), 

999. 
Marlborough v. St. John (5 De G. & 8m. 

181), 1026. 
Marlow v. Barlew (53 Cal. 456), 704. 
Marlowe. Pitfleld (1 P. Wms. 558), 1033. 
Marples v. Bainbridge (1 Madd. 317), 

1011. 
Marques v. La Baw (82 Ind. 650), 1201. 
Marr v. Play (2 Murph. 85), 892. 
Marriott v. Givens (8 Ala. 694), 1515. 
Marriott v. Marriolt (1 Str. 666), 517. 
Marriott v. Turner (20 Beav., 557), 262. 
Marryatt v. Marryatt (6 Jur. (N. S.) 672), 

881. 
Marryatt v. Townley (1 Ves. 105), 105, 

114, 115. 
Marsden v. Kent (L. R. 5 Ch. D. 598), 1338. 
Marsden's Estate, In re (166 Pa. St. 213; 

31 Atl. Rep. 46), 870. 
Marsley v. Banner (4 Mad. 419), 1205. 
Marsh v. Alford (5 Bush, 392), 706. 
Mar=h v. Berrier (6 Ired. Eq. 524), 828. 
Marsh, Ex parte (1 Atk. 153), 972. 
Marsh, Ex parte (1 Atk. 159), 99. 
Marsh v. Marsh (48 Ala. 677) , 349. 
Marsh v. Marsh (3 Jur. (M. S.) 790), 735. 
Marsh v. Marsh (10 B. Mon. 360), 1145, 

1150, 1322. 



Marsh v. Oliver (1 McCart. 259), 1538. 
Marsh v. Railway Co. (64 II . 414), 556. 
Marsh v. Renton (99 Mass. 132), 111. 
Marsh v. Turner (4 Mo. 253), 569, 676. 
Marsh v. Wheeler (2 Edw. 156) , 238, 259. 
Marsh v. Whitmore (21 Wall. 183), 411. 
Marshallu. B. & O. R. R. (16 How. 314), 

555. 
Marshall v. Bonfleld (2 Mad. 166), 114. 
Marshall v. Caldwell (41 Cal. 611), 191. 
Marshall v. Christmas (3 Humph. 248), 

570. 
Marshall v. Collett (1 Y. & C. 238), 504. 
Marshall v. Crowther (L. R. 2 Ch. D. 

199), 1146,1435. 
Marshall v. Fowler (16 Beav. 249), 678. 
Marshall v. Frank (8 Pr. Ch. 480;Aust. 

14), 438. 
Marshall v. Gingell (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 790), 

929. 
Marshall v. Hall (26 S. E. Rep. 300), 1578. 
Marshall v. Holloway (2 Swanst. 436), 

836, 838. 
Marshall v. Lovelass (Cam. & ST. 217), 28. 
Marshall v. Marshall (27 W. R. 399), 720. 
Mars h all v. Moore (2 T. B. Mon. 69) , 1057, 

1244. 
Marshall v. Rash (87 Ky. 116; 12 Am. St. 

Rep. 467; 7 S. W. Rep. 829), 1289, 1296, 

1644. 
Marshall v. Rutton (8 T. R. 845), 722. 
Marshall v. Sladdin (7 Hare, 428), 875. 
Marshall v. Sladen (4 De G. &Sm. 468), 

955, 1680. 
Marshall v. Stephens (8 Humph. 159; 47 

Am. Dec. 601), 665, 955, 1179. 
Marshall's Estate, Inre (138 Pa. St. 260; 

22 Atl.-Rep. 90), 612. 
Marston v. Brittenham (76111. 611), 1472, 

1475, 1476. 
Marston v. Marston (21 N. H. 491) , 78. 
Marston v. Rowe (43 Ala. 271), 1053. 
Martens, Inre (16 Misc. Rep. 245), 1687. 
Martin u. Aliter (420hlo St. 94), 1441, 1442. 
Martin v. Bank (31 Ala. 115) , 369. 
Martin v. Barth (4 Colo. App. 346; 36 

Pac. Rep. 72), 1482, 1499. 
Martini;. Blight (4 J. J. Marsh. 491) , 525. 
Martin v. Cauble (72 Ind. 67), 575, 
Martin v. Clark (116 111. 654), 1108, 1595. 
Martin v. Foster (7 De G., M. & G. 98), 

674, 681. 
Martin v. Fry (17 S. & R. 426), 1150, 1322, 

1324. 
Martin v. Funk (75 N. T. 134), 77, 78, 151. 
Martina. Greer (16a. Dee. 109), 1625. 
Martin, Inre (L. R. 34 Ch. D. 618), 869. 
Martin, Inre (L.R. 21 Q.B. Div. 29), 973. 
Martin v. Jackson (3 Casey, 504), 444. 
Martin v. Jackson (27 Pa. St. 506), 1537. 



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Martin v. Lacon (L. E. 30 Ch. D. 544; L. 

E. 33 Ch. D. 332), 813. 
Martin v. Lamb (L. J. 58 Ch. 432), 1192. 
Martin v. Martin (5 Bush, 47), 374. 
Martin v. Martin (16 B. Mon. 8), 231, 500, 

618, 526. 
Martini;. Maugham (14 Sim. 232), 762, 

769,820, b22, 1524. 
Martina. McCanless (68 Miss. 810; 10 

So. Eep. 72), 831. 
Martin v. McCord (5 Watts, 493; 30 Am. 

Dec. 342), 749. 
Martin t>. Mitchell (2 J. & W. 425), 1080. 
Martin v. O'Bannon (35 Ark. 62) , 574. 
Martin v. Paxson (66 Mo. 260), 893, 1483. 
Martini;. Eaborn (42 Ala. C48), 1210. 
Martin v. Uebow, (1 Bro. Ch. 154), 245. 
Martini). Sedgwick (9Beav. 333), 1116. 
Martini). Smith (1 Dillon, 95), 1540. 
Martini;. Southgate (28 Me. 41), 996. 
Martini). Wynkoop (12 Ind. 266), 390, 

417. 
Martinet'. Robinson (78 Hun, 115), 1416. 
Martinez v. Lindsay (91 Ala. 334; 8 So. 

Rep. 787), 1449, 1451. 
Martin's Appeal (23 Pa. St. 433), 1034, 

1105. 
Martin's Estate, In re (39 N. Y. Supl. 

189; 16 Misc. Rep. 245), 1684. 
Martinson ». Clowes (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 

857), 1491, 1492. 
Marts v. Brown (56 lad. 386), 847. 
Marvin d. Smith (56 Barb. 600; 46N.Y. 

671), 924, 1746. 
Mars d. Davis (56 Miss. 745), 1515. 
Marx v. McGlynn (88 ST. Y. 357), 111, 

618. 
Mar> land v. Bank of Maryland (6 Gill 

& J. 205), 10. 
Maryland Fire Ins. Co. v. Dalrymple 

(25 Mu. 243; 89 Am. Dec. 779), 388, 

3%, 1718. 
Maryland Grange Agency v. Lee (72 

Md. 161; 19 Atl. Rep. 534), 1296, 1562. 
Mason d. Bank of Commerce (90 Mo. 

452; 3 S. W. Eep. 206), 1070. 
Mason v. Bauk of Commerce (16 Mo. 

App., 275 ; 00 Mo. 452) , 1649, 
Mason v. Chambers (4 J. J. Marsh. 402), 

34. 
Mason d. Commerce Bank (90 Mo. 452), 

1218. 
Mason v. Crosby (1 W. & M. 343), 472, 

480. 
Mason v. Day (Pr. Ch. 319), 829. 
Matoa d. Gardner (3 Mason, 178), 1322. 
Mason t). Hartford, etc. R. R. Co (10 

Fed. Eep. 334), 1740. 
Mason, Inre (L. E 10 Ch. 273), 869, 904. 
Mason, In re (98 N. Y. 527), 1687, 1706. 



Masons). Jones (2 Barb. 229), 111, 951, 

1115. 
Mason d. Jones (2 Barb. 248), 997. 
Mason v. Martin (4 Md. 125), 1100, 1184. 
Mason v. Mason (33 Ga. 435) 1536, 1538. 
Mason v. Mason (4 Sandf. Ch. 631), 997. 
Masoni). Mason (2 Sandf. Ch. 433), 977. 
Mason v. M. E. Church (27 N. J. Eq. 47), 

111, 734, 749, 757. 
Mason d. Morley (34 Beav. 471), 3374. 
Mason v. Muncaster (9 Wheat. 445), 

789, 797. 
Mason v. Pomeroy (151 Mass. 164; 24 N. 

E. Eep. 202), 1031. 
Mason v. Walt (5 111. 132), 1005, 1341. 
Mason v. Waite (17 Mass. 660), 1625. 
Masons. Whitthorne (2 Coldw. 242), 

949. 
Mass. Gen. Hospital d. Amory (12 

Pick. 445), 899, 900. 
Massey v. Rowen (L. R. 4 H.L. Cas.288), 

653. 
Massey v. Banner (1 J. & W. 241), 947, 

1135. 
Massey v. Banner (4 Madd. 413), 1173, 

1254. 
Massey v. Davis (1 Ves. Jr. 317), 333, 413. 
Massey d. Greenhow (2Patt. &H. 255), 

451, 453. 
Massey v. Massey (2 Hill Ch. 492), 1690. 
Massey v. McElwaine (2 Hill Eq. 426), 

432, 595. 
Massey i>. O'Dell (10 Ir. Eq. 22), 1536. 
Massey v. Parker (2 Myl. & K. 174), 649, 

664. 
Massien. Watts (6 Cranch, 148), 35, 36, 

192, 413. 
Massy v. Davis (1 Ves. Jr. 289), 415. 
Master s. De Croismar (11 Beav. 184), 

41,42, 43. 
Master v. Fuller (4 Bro. Ch. 19; 1 Ves. 

613), 697. 
Masters v. Masters (1 P. Wms. 421), 1357. 
Mastin v. Barnard (33 Ga. 520), 865, 907. 
Materne v. Horwitz (101 N. Y. 469), 556. 
Mather v. Bennett (21 N. H. 204), 1537. 
Mather v. Morton (16 Jur. 309; 21 L. J. 

Ch. 15), 10S1. 
Mathews v, Heyward (2 S. Car. 239), 204. 
Mathiasi). Mathias (3Sm. & Gif. 552), 

1701. 
Mathiei). Edwards (2 Coll. 480), 1081. 
Mathie v. Edwards (2 Coll. 465), 1505. 
Mathlsi). Stufflebeam (94111. 481), SOS. 
Mathison v. Clarke (3 Drew. 3), 1058. 
Matson v. Ally (41 111. App. 72), 411. 
Matthew d. Brise (14 Beav. 341), 286, 

1056, 1205, 1245, 1253. 
Matthews v. Dragaud (3 Desaus. 26), 

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Matthews *. Hey wood (2 S. Car. 239), 

388, 532, 560, 827, 1215. 
Matthewa v. Keble (L. E. 1 Eq. 467; L. 

E. 3Ch. 691), 820, 1526. 
Matthews v. Leaman (24 Ohio St. 615), 

46. 
Matthews *. McPherson (65 N. Oar. 189), 

949, 951, 955, 1114, 1559. 
Matthews *. Matthews (104 Ala. 303; 16 

So. Eep. 91), 831. 
Matthews *. Ward (10 Gill & J. 443), 912, 

922, 949, 967, 980, 983, 1265. 
Matthews*. Warden (10 Gill & J. 443), 

946. 
Matthewson's Oase, Mrs. (L. E. 3 Eq. 

71), 656, 698. 
Mattix *. Wend (19 Ind. 151), 575. 
Mattox *. Todd (19 Ind. 130) , 477. 
Mattocks *. Moulton (84 Me. 545), 1120, 

1135, 1199, 1228. 
Mattoon *. Cowing (13 Gray, 387), 857. 
Maudlin *. Armistead (14 Ala. 702), 859, 

895. 
Maughlin *. Tyler (47 Md. 546), 1369. 
Maughs v. Dixon (1 Macn. & G. 437 ; 3 H. 

L. Cas. 702), 494. 
Maught ». Getzendanner (65 Md. 527; 

57 Am. Eep. 352), 753. 
Maul *. Eeder (51 Pa. St. 377), 431, 451, 

1598. 
Mauldin v. Armstead (14 Ala. 702) , 979, 

980, 1318, 1376. 
Maulding *. Coffin (6 Tex. Civ. App.416; 

25 S. W. Eep. 480), 1512. 
Maupin *. Delaney (5 Dana, 589; 30 Am. 

Dec. 699), 829. 
Maupin *. Evans (47 Mo. 304), 449, 450. 
Maure *. Harrison (1 Eq. Ab. 93), 1317. 
Maurer's Appeal (86 Pa. St. 380) , 665. 
Maurice*. Maurice (43 N. T. 203), 919. 
Mauser *. Dix (8 De G., M. & G. 703), 

1074, 1075. 
Mavrich *. Grier (3 Nev. 52 ; 93 Am. Dec. 

373), 992. 
Maxfleld ». Burton (L. E. 17 Eq. 15), 

600. 
Maxon *. Scott (55 N. T. 247), 709. 
Maxwell *.Barringer (110 N. Car. 76; 14 

S.E. Eep. 516), 67, 1109. 
Maxwell *. Campbell (45 Ind. 361), 847. 
Maxwell *. Finnie (6 Coldw. 434), 904. 
Maxwell v. Kennedy (8 How. 222), 463. 
Maxwell *. Maxwell (109 111. 588), 339, 

341, 367. 
Maxwell ». Newton (65 Wis. 261), 1497, 

1498. 
Maxwell v. Wettenhall (2 P. Wms. 26) , 

1346. 
Maxwell's Estate, In re (83 Iowa, 590; 50 

N. W. Eep. 56), 214. 



May *. Le Olaire (11 Wall. 217), 530, 1635. 

May 17. Nabors (6 Ala. 24), 369. 

May *. Taylor (6 M. & G. 261), 951, 1054, 

1260. 
Mayberry v. Neeley, (5 Humph. 337) , 

652. 
Maybury «. Brien (15 Pet. 38), 963. 
Mayd v. Field (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 587), 697, 

698, 1528. 
Mayer *. Foulkrod (4 Wash. 349), 993, 

1047, 1342. 
Mayer *. Galluchat (6 Eieh. Eq. 1), 

1058. 
Mayer *. Gould (1 Atk. 615), 1591. 
Mayer v. Mordecai (1 S. Car. 383), 1215. 
Mayes v. Hendry (33 Ark. 240), 574. 
Mayfleld, In re (17 Mo. App. 684), 904, 

1575. 
Mayfleld *. Kilgour (31 Md. 241), 955, 

1025, 1114. 
Mayham v. Coombs (14 Ohio, 428) , 577. 
Mayhew *. Middleditch (1 Bro. Ch. 162), 

1529. 
Maynard*. Cleaver (149 Mass.- 307) , 157, 

1637. 
Maynard*. Cleveland (76 Ga. 62), 993, 

1047, 1172, 1343, 1345. 
Mayo v. Farrar (112 ST. Car. 66) , 697. 
Mayo v. Hutchinson (57 Me. 546), 706. 
Mayo v. Snead (78 Ky. 634), 1387. 
Mayor v. Davenport (2 Sim. 227), 881. 
Mayor v. East India Co. (1 Moore, P. 

C. 273), 811. 
Mayor, etc. v. Attorney-General (5 H. 

L. Cas. 1),772. 
Mayor, etc. v. Meserole (26 Wend. 136), 

618. 
Mayor*. Horner (Cowp. 108), 981. 
Mayor of Coventry v. Attorney-General 

(2Madd. Ch. 77; 2 Bro. P. C. 235), 18. 
Mayor of Coventry v. Attorney-General 

(7 Bro. P. C. 235), 905. 
Mayor v. Williams (6 Md. 235), 445. 
Mazelin v. Eouyer (8 Ind. App. 27; 35 

N. E. Eep. 303), 901. 
Meachamw. Steele (93111. 135), 912, 1470. 
Meacham v. Sternes (9 Paige, 398), 993, 

1047, 1343, 1400, 1687, 1695. 
Meacher v. Young (2 Myl. & K. 490), 833, 

835. 
Mead v. McLaughlin (42 Mo. 198), 1032. 
Mead v. Merritt (2 Paige, 404), 37. 
Mead v. Orrery (3 Atk. 235), 432, 440, 456, 

1173, 1657. 
Meade*. Bunn (32 N. T. 275), 477. 
Meador*. Meador (3Heisk. 662), 601. 
Meakings v. Cromwell (2 Sandf. Ch. 

512; 1 Seld. 136), 43, 1016, 1037, 1039. 
Means*. Dowd (128 U. S. 273), 1367. 
Meath*. Porter (9Heisk. 224), 1110. 



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Mebane [v. Mebane (4 Ired. Eq. 131; 44 

Am. Dec. 102), 1269, 1291, 1302, 1640, 

1644. 
Mebane v. Mebane (66 N. Car. 334), 1054. 
Mechanics' Bank v. Edwards (1 Barb. 

272), 978. 
Mechanics' Bank, In re (2 Barb. 446), 

900, 904, 1123. 
Mechanics' Bank v. Seton (1 Pet. 299), 

202, 203, 434. 
Medbury v. Watson (6 Met. 259) 481. 
Medeker v. Bonebrake (108 U. S. 66), 

714. 
Medford v. Levy (31 W. Va. 649; 2 Lawy. 

Eep. 368), 562. 
Medler's Case (Hob. 225), 1691. 
Medlicott v. O'Donell (1 B.&B. 166), 

1540. 
Medworthu. Pope (27Beav. 21), 42. 
Meecham w. Steele (93 111. 135), 913, 916, 

919. 
Meek«. Briggs (87 Iowa, 610; 54 N. W. 

Eep. 456), 921. 
Meek i;.Kettlewell (1 Hare, 476; 1 Phill. 

342), 88, 152, 157, 851. 
Meek v. Perry (36 Miss. 190), 286, 288, 

403. 
Meeker v. Saunders (6 Iowa, 61), 1364. 
Meeting St. Baptist Soc. v. Hall (8 E. I. 

234), 731, 749, 756, 759, 941. 
Megargeev. Naglee (64 Pa. St. 216), 935, 

1307. 
Meggison v. Moon (2 Ves. Jr. 630), 128. 
Menaffey's Estate, In re (20 Atl. Eep. 

1056; 139 Pa. St. 216), 1288, 1289, 1290. 
Mehan v. Williams (12 Wright, 238), 444. 
Meier v. Meier (105 Mo. 411), 1447, 1480, 

1482. 
Meigs v. Dimock (6 Conn. 458), 579. 
Meigs v. Meigs (15 Hun, 453), 82. 
Meikel v. Borders (129 Ind. 629; 29 N. E. 

Rep. 29), 831. 
Meiley v. Butler (26 Ohio St. 535), 709. 
Melcker v. Derkum (44 Mo. App. 650), 

676. 
Melick «. Pidcock (44 N. J. Eq. 525; 6 

Am. St. Rep. 901), 912. 
Melick v. Varner (41 Neb. 105; 59 N. W. 

Rep. 521), 660. 
Melick v. Voorhees (24 N. J. Eq. 305), 

987,1402. 
Melleru. Stanley (2 De G., J. & S. 183), 

166. 
Mellicott v. O'Donnell (1 B. & B. 156), 

465. 
Mellingw. Leak (32 Eng. L. &Eq. 442), 

1539. 
Mellish v. Melllsh (1 S. & S. 145), 289. 
Mellish's Estate (1 Pars. Eq. 486), 1595. 
Mellon's Appeal (32 Pa. St. 121), 1408. 



Mellor». Lees (2 Atk. 495), 1164. 
Mellow's Trusts, In re (L. E. 6 Ch. D. 

127), 675. 
Melson v. Doe (Leigh, 408), 108. 
Memphis, etc. R. R. Co. v. Scruggs (50 

Miss. 284), 1048. 
Memphis, etc. R. E. Co. v. Woods (88 

Ala. 630; 16 Am. St. Eep. 81), 411. 
Menard v. Crowe (20 Minn. 148), 1480. 
Mendenhall v. Leivy (45 Mo. App. 20), 

708. 
Mendes v. Guedella (2 Johns. & H. 259), 

1124, 1234. 
Meneea v. Johnson (12 Lea, 561), 710. 
Menken v. Brinkley (94 Tenn. 721; 31 S . 

W. Eep. 92), 1310. 
Mennard v. Welford (1 Sm. & Gif. 426), 

869, 905. 
Mercantile Trust, etc. Co. v. Pickerell 

(99 N. Car. 139; 5 S. E. Eep. 417), 1714. 
Mercer v. Stark (1 Sm. & M. 479), 52, 356. 
Mercer's Co. v. Attorney-General (2 

Bligh (N. S.), 165), 772. 
Merchant v. Merchant (2 Bradf. 432), 

78. 
Merchant Tailors' Co. v. Attorney- 
General (L. E. 11 Eq. 35; 6 Ch. 512), 

181, 771, 772. 
Merchant v. Thompson (34 N. J. Eq. 

73) , 708. 
Merchant v. Woods (27 Minn. 396), 1505. 
Merchants' Bank v. Jeffrey (21 W. Va. 

504), 1721. 
Merchants' Bank v. McClelland (9 Colo. 

608), 1053. 
Merchants' Bank v. Bawls (21 Ga. 334), 

1049. 
Merch ants' Bank v. State Bank (10 Wall. 

604), 530. 
Merchants* Line v. Wagoner (71 Ala. 

581), 597. 
Mercier v. Hemme (50 Oal. 606), 377,388, 

434, 435. 
Mercier v. Mercier (50 Ga. 646), 517. 
Mercier v. People (25 Wend. 97; 35 Am. 

Dec. 653), 724, 726,844. 
Meredith v. Heneage (1 Sim. 543), 119, 

122,123,128,253, 261. 
Meredith v. Ladd (2 N. H. 196), 556. 
Merewether v. Shaw (2 Cox, 124), 541. 
Merket v. Smith (33 Kan. 66), 1583. 
Merlin v. Blagrave (25 Beav. 125), 1193, 

1194. 
Merrettw. Poulter (96 Mo. 237), 518, 520, 

525. 
Merriam v. Boston, etc. K. E. (117 Mass. 

241), 707. 
Merriam v. Eassam (14 Allen, 616), 1539. 
Merrick's Estate (2 Ashm. 485) , 1253. 
Merrick v. Marshall (66 Me. 435), 1409.- 



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Merrill ». Allen (38 Mich. 487), 576. 
Merrill v. Brown (12 Pick. 216) , 96. 
Merrill v. Bullock (105 Mass. 486) , 655, 

656. 
Merrill v. Englesby (28 Vt. 157), 1384. 
Merrill v. Farmers' L. & T. Co. (24 Hun, 

297), 1056, 1244. 
Merrill v. Norfolk Bank (19 Pick. 32), 

1634. 
Merrills. Smith (37 Me. 394), 706., 
Merrimann. Munson (134 Pa. St. 114), 

1296,1301. 
Merriman v. Russell (39 Tex. 285), 1171. 
Merritt v. Brown (21 N. J. Eq. 401), 500, 

518, 520. 
Merritt v. Corties (71 Hun, 612; 24 N. Y. 

Supl.561),998. 
Merritt v. Farmers' Ins. Co. (2 Edw. 

547), 971. 
Merritt v. Jenkins (17 Ela. 593), 1158, 

1192. 
Merritt v. Lambert (10 Paige, 357), 418. 
Merritt v. Lyon (3 Barb. 110), 715. 
Merritt v. Merritt (62 Mo. 150), 1344. 
Merritt v. Wills (8 Ind. 171), 575. 
Merry v. Abney (1 Ch. Cas. 3S) , 432. 
Merry v. Eyves (1 Eden, 1), 1529. 
Mersey Docks v. Gibbs (11 H. L. Cas. 

686; L. E. 1 H. L. Cas. 93), 788. 
Mershon v. Duer (40 H. J. Eq. 333), 

308. 
Mertens v. Jolliffe (Amb. 313), 445, 454. 
Mertin v. Jordan (60 Me. 531), 474. 
Mescall v. Tully (91 iDd. 96), 233. 
Meserole, In re (36 Hun, 298), 1687. 
Mesgrett v, Mesgrett (2 Vern. 580), 1045, 

1046. 
Mesickfl. Mesick (7 Barb. 120), 1236. 
Messeena v. Carr (L. R. 9 Eq. 260), 1118. 
Messenger v. Clark (5 Exch. 392), 715, 

716. 
Mestaer v. Gillespie (11 Ves. 626), 218, 

497, 506, 617, 976. 
Metcalfe. Cook (2 B. I. 355), 665. 
Metcalfe v. Pulvertoft (1 V. & B. 184), 

842. 
Metcalfe v. Shaw (3 Campb. 22), 723. 
Meth. Church v. Clark (41 Mich. 730), 

616, 751, 756. 
M. E. Church v. Garvey (53 111. 401), 

1070. 
M. E. Church v. Jaques (1 Johns. Ch. 

65), 435. 
M. E. Church v. Jaques (1 Johns. 450), 

532. 
M. E. Church v. Jaques (3 Johns. Ch. 

77), 657. 
M. E. Church v. Remington (1 Watts, 

218; 26 Am. Dec. 61), 21, 22, 731, 762, 

807, 810. 



M. E. Church v. Shulze (61 Ind. 511), 

1070. 
M. E. Church v. Warren (28 Md. 338), 

753. 
Methodist Church v. Wood (5 Ohio, 

283), 987. 
Metropolitan Nat. Bank v. Campbell 

Commission Co. (77 Fed. Rep. 705), 

1579. 
Metropolitan Bank v. Taylor (53 Mo. 

444), 665. 
Metropolitan Bank v. Taylor (62 Mo. 

338), 708. 
Meureu. Meure (2 Atk. 265), 113, 114. 
Meux v. Bell (1 Hare, 73), 88, 1116. 
Meuxii. Maltby (2Swanst. 277), 36. 
Mewburn v. Bass (82 Ala. 626), 1514. 
Mews v. Mews (15 Beav. 529), 712, 714, 

715. 
Meyer v. Jefferson Ins. Co. (5 Mo. App. 

245), 1488, 1490. 
Meyer v. Knechler (10 Mo. App. 371), 

1462. 
Meyer v. Montrion (4 Beav. 346) , 1571. 
Meyers. Tighe (151 Mass. 354; 24 N. E. 

Rep. 49), 1287. 
Meyer v. Tesser (32 Ind. 294), 562. 
Meyers v. Estell (48 Miss. 372) , 1517. 
Meyers v. Funk (56 Iowa, 52), 481. 
Meyers v. Paxton (4 Tex. Civ. App. 29; 

23 S. W. Rep. 284), 582. 
Meyers v. Rahte (46 Wis. 655), 711. 
Meyers' Estate (8 Pa. Co". Ct. 374), 903. 
Michelle. Michell (4 Beav. 549), 1S28. 
Miehelmore v. Mudge (2 Giff. 183), 680. 
Mich. Air Line Ry. Co. v. Mellen (44 

Mich. 321), 387, 388, 532. 
Mickleyw. Thomas (22 Barb. 652), 491. 
Michoudn. Girod (4 How. 503), 390, 398, 

401, 403,405, 412, 415, 416, 466, 823, 1184, 

1490. 
Middlebrook v. Merchants' Bank (3 

Keyes, 135), 962. 
Middlesex Banking Co. v. Lester (64 N. 

W. Rep. 168), 1486. 
Middleton v. Cater (4 Bro. Ch. 409), 

259. 
Middleton v. Dodson (13 Ves. 268), 1003. 
Middleton v. Dodswell (13 Ves. 269), 

842, 1027, 1576, 1578. 
Middleton v. Middleton (1 J. &W. 96), 

379,497, 500,506,511, 513. 
Middleton v. Spicer (1 Bro. Ch. 201), 40, 

245, 966. 
Middleton,v. Taber (24 S. E. Rep. 282), 

1373, 1387. 
Midmer v. Midmer (26 N.J. Eq. 299), 

364. 
Mikel v. Mikel(5Rich. Eq. 220), 1135, 

1141. 



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Milbank v. Jones (127 N. T. 370), 852. 
Miles v. Bacon (4 J. J. Marsh. 468), 1358, 

1701. 
Miles v. Durnford (2 Sim. (N. S.) 234), 

455, 467, 1655. 
Miles v. Erwin (2 McCord Oh. 524), 

419, 427. 
Miles v. Fisher (10 Ohio St. 1), 943. 
Miles v. Harford (L. R. 12 Ch.D. 691), 93. 
Miles v. Knight (12 Jur. 666), 1067. 
Miles v. Leigh (1 Atk. 574), 1352. 
Miles v. Neave (1 Cox, 159), 892. 
Miles v. Thome (38 Cal. 335), 49. 
Miles v. Wheeler (43 111. 123), 400, 1180. 
Miles v. Wistar (5 Blnn. 477) , 839, 840. 
Mill v. Hill (3H. L. Cas. 828), 1242. 
Millard's Case (Freetn. 43), 438. 
Millard v. Clark (80 Hun, 141; 29 N. T. 

Supl. 1012), 79. 
Millard v. Eyre (2 Ves. Jr. 94), 900, 904. 
Millard v. Hathaway (27 Cal. 119), 270, 

309,357, 1638. 
Milledge®. Lamer (4 Desaus. 622), 143. 
Miller v. Albertson (73 Ind. 343), 706. 
Miller v. Antle (2 Bush, 407), 525. 
Millers. Argyle (5 Leigh, 460), 1470. 
Miller v. Atkinson (63 N. Car. 537), 753, 

756. 
Miller v. Beverleys (4 Hen. & M. 415), 

1683. 
Miller u.Beverly (1 Hen. &M. 322), 964. 
Miller u. Bingham (1 Ired. Bq. 423; 36 

Am. Dec. 58), 652, 672, 1276, 1559. 
Miller v. Birdsong (7 Baxt. 631), 213, 

313, 404. 
Miller v. Blose (30 Gratt. 744), 232, 339, 

362, 358, 364, 369. 
Millers;. Brown (47 Mo. 504; 4 Am. Rep. 

345), 708. 
Miller v. Carleton (2 Tex. Civ. App. 

382; 21 S. W. Rep. 605), 522. 
Miller v. Chittenden (2 Iowa, 315), 750, 

1624. 
Miller v. Congdon (14 Gray, 114), 858, 

1020. 
Miller v. Conklln (17 Ga. 430), 1369. 
Miller v. Davidson (8 111. 518; 44 Am. 

Dec. 715), 1170. 
Miller v. Davis (50 Mo. 572) , 307, 312. 
Miller v. Gable (2 Denio, 492), 796, 798, 

800, 806. 
Millers. Handy (33 La. Ann. 160), 715. 
Miller v. Harwell (3 Murph. 195), 1321. 
Miller v. Holcombe (9 Gratt. 665), 1402. 
Miller v. Hollingsworth (36 Iowa, 16S), 

706. 
Miller v. Huddleston (3 Maen. & G. 613), 

1436. 
Miller v. Hull (4 Dem. 104), 1109, 1488. 
Miller v. Johnson (27 Md. 6), 707. 



Miller v: Knight (1 Keen, 129), 902. 
Miller v. Lerch (1 Wall. Jr. 210), 18, 20. 
Miller v. McDonald (72 Ga. 20) , 1464 . 
Millers. Mclntire (6 Pet. 61), 465,1535. 
Miller v. Meech (8 Pa. St. 417), 167,612, 

884, 885, 928, 1016, 1089. 
Miller d. Miller (L. R. 13 Eq. 263), 1437. 
Miller v. Mitchell (1 Bailey, 437) , 392. 
Miller v. Newton (23 Cal. 654), 659,664, 

705. 
Miller v. Porter (53 Pa. St. 292), 749, 814. 
Miller v. Priddon (1 De G., M. & G. 335), 

900. 
Miller v. Proctor (20 Ohio St. 444) , 1135, 

1210, 1222. 
Millers. Purchase (5S. Dak. 232; 58 N. 

W. Rep. 256), 661. 
Miller v. Race (1 Burr. 457), 973. 
Miller v. Redwine (75 Ga. 130), 992,1349. 
Miller v. Sawbridge (29 Minn. 442), 478. 
Miller v. Simonds (6 Mo. App. 33), 282, 

2£5. 
Miller v. Smythe (92 Ga. 154; 18 S. E. 

Rep. 46), 1028. 
Miller v. Stetson (32 Ala. 161), 1368. 
Miller v. Stokely (5 Ohio St. 194), 232, 

358. 
Miller v. Stump (3 Gill, 304), 964. 
Miller©. Thatcher (9 Tex. 482), 47. 
Miller v. Voss (62 Ala. 122), 651, 655, 664, 

686, 704. 
Miller v. Watt (70 Ga. 385), 688. 
Miller v. Williams (5Md. 226), 715. 
Miller v. Williamson (5 Md. 219), 665, 

718. 
Miller v. Wood (116 ST. T. 361), 1540. 
Milligan v. Phipps (153 Pa. St. 208 ; 31 W. 

N. C. 561, 21 Atl. Rep. 1121). 710. 
Milligan v. Pleasants (74 Md. 8; 21 Atl. 

Rep. 695), 1557, 1562. 
Millikin D.Ham (36 Ind. 166), 223,308. 
Million v. MoRae (9 Mo. App. 344), 1498. 
Mills v. Banks (3 P. Wms. 1), 1068, 1073, 

1075. 
Mills v. Banks (3 P. Wms. 7), 1526. 
Mills w.Barber (4 Day, 428), 1419. 
Mills County v. Burlington Ry. Co. (47 

Iowa, 66), 993, 1046, 1342. 
Mills v. Farmer (lMerlv. 55), 754, 755, 

767,763. 
Mills v. Goodsell (5 Conn. 475), 383, 289, 

390. 
Mills v. Hoffman (26 Hun, 594), 1210. 
Mills v. Levy (2 Edw. Ch. 183), 1369. 
Mills v. Mills (40 N. Y. 543), 555. 
Mills v. Mills (63 Fed. Rep. 611), 1181. 
Mills v. Newberry (112 111.123; 64 Am. 

Rep. 213), 747, 763. 
Mills v. Osborne (7 Sim. 30), 1102, 1204. 
Mills v. Post (7 Mo. App. 519), 1607. 



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Mills v. Richards (34 Miss. 77), 722. 
Mills v. Robarts (1 R. & M. 655), 837. 
Mills v. Swearingen u (67 Tex. 269; 3 S. 

W. Rep. 268), 1201, 1605. 
Mills v. Taylor (30 Tex. 7), 1082, 1084. 
Millspaugh v. Putnam (16 Abb. Pr. 380), 

69. 
Milner. Kleb (44 N. J. Eq. 378; 14 Atl. 

Rep. 616) , 1040. 
Mllner v. Calmer (2 P. Wms. 640), 678. 
Milner v. Edwards (7 Busb, 394) , 713. 
Milner v. Freeman (40 Ark. 62), 339, 366, 

367. 
Milner v. Harewood (18 Ves. 274), 1164. 
Milner v. Lord Harewood (18 Ves. 259), 

12. 
Milner v. Mills (Mosley, 123), 298. 
Milner v. Slater (8 Ves. 295), 1324. 
Milnes v. Busk (2 Ves. 488), 657. 
Mllroy v. Lord (4 De G., F. & J. 264), 69, 

76. 
Milsington v. Mulgrave (3 Mad. 491; 5 

Madd. 471), 1002, 1169, 1161. 
Milwaukee Prot. Home v. Becker (87 

Wis. 409; 58 N. W. Rep. 774), 815. 
Miner v. Beekman (50 N. T. 337), 607, 

608. 
Miner v. Pearson (16 Kan. 27), 660, 706. 
Minertzhagen v. Davis (1 Coll. 335), 900. 
Minet v. Stokes (4 T. R. 561), 529. 
Minet u.jVulliamy (1 Russ. 113), 811. 
Minford v. Hench (3 Stockt. 15), 393. 
Minnesota Loan & Trust Co. v. Beebe, 

(40 Minn. 7), 1551, 1552. 
Minor v. Rogers (40 Conn. 512), 78. 
Minor v. Wicksteed (3 Bro. Ch. 627), 

1352. 
Minors v. Battison (L. B. 1 App. Cas. 

428), 167, 614. 
Minot v. Baker (147 Mass. 348), 748, 760, 

763. 
Minot v. Boston Asylum (7 Mete. 417) , 

763. 
Minot v. Mitchell (30 Ind. 228), 526. 
Minot v. Prescott (14 Mass. 496), 1086. 
Minot v. Tilton (64 N. H. 371; 10 Atl. 

Rep. 682), 1728, 1732. 
Mint urn j'. Seymour (4 Johns. Ch. 495), 

151, 152. 
Minuse v. Cox (5 Johns. Ch. 441; 9 Am. 

Dec. 313), 1093, 1103, 1108, 1667, 1678. 
Mirehouse v. Scaife (2 Myl. & Cr. 695), 

1355. 
Missouri Hist. Soc. v. Academy (94 Mo. 

459), 734, 748. 
Mitchell v. Adams (1 Ired. L. 298), 859. 
Mitchell v. Bogan (11 Rich. 686), 1444. 
Mitchell v. Bunch (2 Paige, 606), 37. 
Mitchell v. Coglazier (106 Ind. 4"?4), 191. 
Mitchell v. Holmes (1 Md. Ch. 287), 1698. 

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Mitchell v. Kendall (45 Me. 234), 1407. 
Mitchel v. Kingman (5 Pick. 431), 13. 
Mitchell v. Kintzer (5 Pa. St. 216; 47 Am. 

Dec. 408) , 380. 
Mitchell v. McDougal (62 111. 498), 489. 
Mitchell v. Mitchell (42 N. E. Rep. 465), 

128. 
Mitchell v. Mitchell (147 Ind. 113), 134. 
Mitchells;. Moore (95 U. S. 690), 1173. 
Mitchell v. Morse (77 Me. 423; 1 Atl. 

Rep. 141), 106. 
Mitchell v. Murphy (43 Fed. Rep. 425), 

1S9. 
Mitchells. Nixon (2Ir. Eq. 155), 868. 
Mitchell v. O'Neill (4 Nev. 504), 359. 
Mitchell!;. Pitner (15 Ga. 319), 902. 
Mitchell v. Reed (61 N. T. 123), 398. 
Mitchell v. Reynolds (1 P. Wms. 181), 

810. 
Mitchells. Rice (6 J. J. Marsh. 625), 

884. 
Mitchell v. Richmond (164 Pa. St. 566; 

30 Atl. Rep. 486), 710. 
Mitchell v. Skinner (17 Kan. 563), 372, 

374. 
Mitchell v. Smith (32 Iowa, 484), 706. 
Mitchell v. Winslow (2 Story, 630), 34, 

1408. 
Mitchell v. Worden (20Barb. 253), 495. 
Mitchell's Estate, In re (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 

655), 813. 
Mitchum v. Mitchum (3 Dana, 260) , 403. 
MUford v. Mitford (9 Ves. 87), 97, 976, 

1408. 
Mitford v. Reynolds (1 Phill. 185), 17, 23, 

40, 730, 737, 811. 
Mize v. Bates Co. Bank (60 Mo. App. 

358), 75, 157. 
Moalea. Buchanan (11 Gill & J. 314), 

1054. 
Mocatta v. Murgatroyd (1 P. Wms. 193), 

496, 978. 
Modrellti. Riddle (82 Mo. 31), 66,358. 
Moens v. Hayworth (10 M. & W. 157), 

487. 
Moffatti;. Strong (10 Johns. 12), 108. 
Moffltt v. McDonald (11 Humph. 457), 

333, 532. 
Moggridgec. Thackwell (7 Ves. 36), 735, 

738, 754, 755, 756, 757, 759, 762, 765, 777, 

778. 
Mohr». Mamierre (101 U. S. 417), 831. 
Mohru. Porter (51 Wis. 497; 8 N. W. 

Rep. 364), 831. 
Moirj;. Brown (14 Barb. 39), 895, 1364, 

1393, 1394. 
Moke v. Norrie (14 Hun, 132), 30, 31, 876. 
Moldant, Ex parte (3 D. & C. 351), 1632. 
Moleu. Mole (IDick. 310), 837. 
Molew. Smith (Jacobs, 490), 978. 



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Mole v. Smith (1J. & W. 645), 842. 
Molesworth, Ex parte (4 Russ. 308), 832, 

841. 
Mollan v. Griffith (3 Paige, 402), 1322, 

1324. 
Moloney v. Kernan (2 Dr. & W. 31), 434, 

438. 
Molony v. L'Estrange (1 Beat. 413), 393. 
Monelli). Monell (5 Johns, Ch. 283; 9 

Am. Dec. 298), 825. 1123, 1230, 1234. 
Monroe v. Allaire (2 Oaines Cas. 192), 

383, 389. 
Monro v. Collins (94 Mo. 33), 204. 
Monroe v. James (4 Munf. 195), 884, 885. 
Monroe v. May (9 Kan. 466), 706. 
Monroe v. Trenholm (112 N. Car. 634), 

697. 
Montacute v. Maxwell (1 P. Wms. 618), 

98. 
Montague v. Dawes (94 Mass. 397), 1438, 

1453. 
Montagues. Dawes (14 Allen, 369), 395, 

1506. 
Monteflore v. Brown (7 H. L. Cas. 241), 

1317. 
Montefiori v. Monteflori (1 Wm. Black. 

362;lBro. Ch. 548), 538, 542. 
Montesquieu v. Sandys (18 Ves. 313), 

289, 418, 422, 423. 
Montforil v. Cadogan (17 Ves. 485; 19 

Ves. 635;2Meriv. 3), 50, 880, 881, 1159, 

1161, 1591. 
Montgomery v. Agr'l Bank (10 Sm. & 

M. 566), 665. 
Montgomery v. Barrow (19 La. Ann. 

169), 1098. 
Montgomery v. Clarke (2 Atk. 378), 842. 
Montgomery v. Com. Bank (1 Sm. & M. 

632), 1411. 
Montgomery v. Craig (128 Ind. 48; 27 N. 

E. Rep. 427), 71, 233. 
Montgomery v. Dorion (7 N. H. 475), 

28. 
Montgomery v. Givhan (24 Ala. 568), 

829. 
Montgomery v. Johnson (11 Ir. Eq. 

476), 883. 
Montgomery v. Kirksey (26 Ala. 172), 

1367. 
Montgomery v. McElroy (3 W. & S. 

370), 1352. 
Montgomery v. Miller (131 Mo. 595), 

1500, 1507,1511. 
Montgomery v. Noyes (73 Tex. 207), 

647,652. 
Montgomery v. Sprankle (31 Ind. 113), 

706. 
Montpelier v. E. Montpelier (27 Vt. 704; 

29 Vt. 12), 905, 1217. 
Moody v. Farr (33 Miss. 192), 949. 



Moody v. Fulmer (3 Grant, 17), 855. 
Moody v. Gay (15 Gray, 457), 38. 
Moody v. Matthews (7 Ves. 174), 397, 

398. 
Moody v. Noyes (45 Pac. Rep. 732), 988. 
Moody v. Paschal (60 Tex. 483), 1364. 
Moody v. Sitton (2 Ired. Eq. 382), 1409. 
Moody v. Van Dyke (4 Binn. 31) , 401. 
Moore v. Anders (14 Ark. 628; 60 Am. 

Dec. 651), 585. 
Moore v. Bennett (2 Ch. Cas. 246), 455. 
Moore v. Brackin (27 111. 23), 419, 425. 
Moore v. Burke (4 Fost. & F. 258), 474. 
Moore v. Burnette (11 Ohio, 334), 949, 

1265. 
Moore v. Burrows (34 Barb. 173), 198. 
Moore v. Campbell (102 Ala. 445; 14 So. 

Rep. 780), 145. 
Moore v. Copeley (165 Pa. St. 294; 35 W. 

N. C. 563; 30 Atl. Rep. 829), 710. 
Moore v. Cottingham (90 Ind. 243), 24. 
Moore v. Crofton (Jon. & La. 442), 147. 
Moore v. Demond (5 R. 1. 130), 1010. 
Moore v. Felkel (7 Fla. 44), 1690. 
Moore u.Frowd (3Myl. & Cr. 50), 1683. 
Moore v. Fuller (6 Ore. 274), 710. 
Moore v. Hamilton (4 Fla. 112), 1102, 

1198, 1204. 
Moore v. Hegeman (72 N. Y. 376), 616 
Moore v. Hilton (12 Leigh, 2), 393. 
Mooreu. Holeomb (3 Leigh, 604), 241. 
Moore v. Hussey (Hob. 95), 24. 
Moored. Ingram (91 N. Car. 376), 578. 
Moore v. Jones (13 Ala. 295), 655. 
Moore v. Mandlebaum (8 Mich. 433), 

390. 
Moore v. Mayhow (1 Ch. Cas. 34; 2 

Freem. 175), 438. 
Moore v. Moore (30 L. T. (N. S.) 752), 

68. 
Moore v. Moore (L. R. 18 Eq. 474), 70, 

82. 
Moore v. Moore (5 N. Y. 256), 414. 
Moore v. Moore (4 Sandf. Ch. 37), 414, 

417. 
Moore v. Moore (47 Barb. 257), 616. 
Moore v. Moore (1 Call, 57), 668. 
Moore v. Moore (14 B. Mon. 208), 675. 
Moore v. Moore (57 L. T. 568), 720, 726. 
Moore v. Moore (4 Dana, 354; 29 Am. 

Dec. 417), 748. 
Moore v. Moore (4 Dana, 354), 763, 776. 
Moore v. Moore (12 B. Mon. 651), 828. 
Moore v. O'Branum (14 Ohio St. 177), 

1344. 
Moore v. Pickett (62 111. 158), 50. 
Moore v. Ry an (31 Mo . App. 474) , 1490. 
Moore v. Shepard (2Duv. 125), 1538. 
Moore v. Sehultz (13 Pa. St. 98; 53 Am. 

Dec. 446), 912, 932, 1012. 



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Hoore v. Simonson (27 Ore. 117; 39 Pac. 

Rep. 1105), 179. 
Moore v. Stinson (144 Mass. 694), 59. 
Moore a. Superior Court (86 Cal. 495; 25 

Pae. Eep. 22), 875. 
Moore a. Thompson (40 Mo. App. 195), 

1490. 
Moore v. Tlsdale (5 B. Mon. 362), 500, 520. 
Moore v. Williams (55 N. Y. Super. 116), 

372. 
Moore a. Williams (62 Hun, 65; 16 N. Y. 

Supl. 403), 407. 
Moore v. Williams (115 N. Y. 586; 5 L. E. 

A. 654), 969. 
Moore v. Worthy (56 Ala. 163), 580. 
Moore v. Zabriskie (18 N. J. Eq. 51), 

1690, 1094,1699. 
Moorehead v. Metropolitan Nat'l Bank 

(38 N. J. Eq. 493), 1421. 
Moorman v. Arthur (90 Va. 465; 18 S. E. 

Eep. 869), 179,205, 371. 
Moorman v. Crockett (90 Va. 185; 17 S. 

E. Eep. 875), 868. 
Moosea. Moose (85 N. Y. 59), 1036. 
Mora v. Manning (8 Ir. Eq. 218), 1593. 
Moran a. Morau (120 Mo. 344) ; 25 S. W. 

Eep. 185), 226, 360. 
Moran v. Somes (154 Mass. 200; 28 N. E. 

Eep. 526), 335. 
Moran v. Wheeler (26 S. W. Eep. 297), 

582. 
Mordaunt v. Hooper (Amb. 311), 842. 
Mordecai a. Parker (3 Dev. 425), 949, 

1C53, 1265. 
More v. Ellis (Bunb. 505), 723. 
More?;. Mjyhew (1 Ch. Cas. 34), 441. 
More a. More (2 Atk. 157) , 827. 
Moreland v . Myall (14 Bush, 474), 706. 
Morell a. Dickey (1 Johns. Ch. 153), 846, 

847. 
Morely v. Ward (11 Ves. 581), 387. 
Morey v. Herrick (18 Pa. St. 123), 197, 497, 

607. 
Morgan v. Bogue (7 Neb. 429), 1369. 
Morgan a. Boone (4 Mon. 297), 390. 
Morgana. Clayton (61 III. 35), 231, 269, 

335. 
Morgan a. Dinges (23 Neb. 271 ; 8 Am. St. 

Eep. 121), 489. 
Morgan v. Elford (L. E. 4 Ch. 352), 494. 
Morgan, Ex parte (12 Ves. 6), 426, 970. 
Morgan a. Fisher (82 Va. 417), 1542. 
Morgan a. Hannas (49 N. Y. 667), 1711. 
Morgan, In re (L. E. 18 Ch. D. 93), 600. 
Morgan v. Johnson (87 Ga. 383), 1628. 
Morgan a. Kiney (38 Ohio St. 610), 1408. 
Morgan v. Matteson (L. E. 10 Eq. 476), 

70,76,77,151, 155. 
Morgana. Milman (10 Hare, 279; 3 De 

G., M.&G.24), 622. 



Morgan a. Morgan (1 Atk. 488), 289, 603. 
Morgan v. Morgan (6 Madd. 408), 672, 

965. 
Morgana. Morgan (HBeav. 72), 1167. 
Morgana. Morgan (10 Ga. 297), 1534. 
Morgan a. Morgan (4 Dem. 353), 1695. 
Morgan v. Newells (2 Harr (Del.) 224), 

308. 
Morgan a. Eogers (19 Fep. Eed. 596), 

1386. 
Morgan a. Stephens (3 Gifi. 226), 877. 
Morgan a. Swansea (L. E. 9 Ch. D. 585), 

575, 1261. 
Morgana. Wattles (69Ind. 260), 403. 
Morgan's Estate (8 Pa. Co. Ct. 260), 902. 
Moriarty v . Mart in (3 Ir. Ch . 31) , 126 . 
Moricea. Bp. of Durham (9 Ves. 390; 

10 Ves. 521), 85, 254. 
Moritz a. Lavelle (77 Cal. 10; 11 Am. St. 

Eep. 229), 1736. 
Morlass a. Franklin (1 Swanst. 17), 174. 
Morleya. Croxon (L. E. 8 Ch. D. 156), 

813. 
Morley a. Morley (2 Ch. Cas. 2), 947, 

1140. 
Morley a. Morley (L. J. 25 Ch. 1),978, 

1432. 
Morley a. Eennaldson (12 Eep. 158), 1042. 
Morley v. Rennaldson (2 Hare, 570), 

1041, 1044. 
Mormon Church v. United States (136 

U. S. 1),747, 779,780, 807. 
Morningstar v. Hardwick (3 Ind. App. 

431; 29 N. E. Rep. 929), 706. 
Mornington a. Keane (2 De G. & J. 292), 

202. 
Morrant a. Gough (7 B. & Cr. 206), 1267. 
Morrel v. Cowan (L. E. 6 Ch. D. 166), 

697. 
Morret a. Parke (2 Atk. 54), 329, 413. 
Morris' Appeal (88 Pa. St. 368), 1408. 
Morris a. Joseph (1 W. Va. 266; 91 Am. 

Dec. 386), 416, 876, 1171. 
Morris v. Harris (19 Ohio St. 15), 1686. 
Morris a. Kent (2 Edw. Ch. 175), 893. 
Morris a. Livie (1 Y. & Coll. 350), 973. 
Morris a. McKnight (1 N. Dak. 266; 47 

N. W. Eep. 375), 1450, 1452. 
Morris v. Morris (33 Gratt. 51) , 626. 
Morris a. Morris (2 McCart. 239), 839. 
Morris v. Morris (9 Heisk. 815), 1221. 
Morris a. Mowatt (2 Paige, 587), 1322, 

1324. 
Morris a. Nixon (1 How. 118), 416. 
Morris a. Eippey (4 Jones, 533), 1721. 
Morris a. Va. State Ins. Co. (90 Va. 370; 

18 S. E. Eep. 843), 1455, 1477, 1481. 
Morris a. Wallace (3 Pa. St. 319; 45 Am. 

Dec. 642), 1210, 1583. 
Morris a. Way (16 Ohio, 478), 18,20. 



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Morrison s. Arbutnnot (8 Bro. P. C. 

247), 540, S46. 
Morrison v. Bean (15 Tex. 267), 1516. 
Morrison s. Beirer (2 W. & P. 81), 749. 
Morrison s. Bowman (29 Cal. 337), 1034. 
Morrison s. Herrington (120 Mo. 665; 25 

S. W. Rep. 568), 208, 360. 
Morrison, In re (16 Sim. 42) , 845. 
Morrison s. Kinstra (55 Miss. 71), 707, 

949. 
Morrison s. Kelly (22 111. 610; 74 Am. 

Dec. 169), 864, 874. 
Morrisons. Moot (6 Eng. L. & Eq. 14; 

9 Hare, 241), 33. 
Morrisons. Morrison (4 Kay & J. 458), 

1701. 
Morrison s. Thistle (67 Mo. 596), 708. 
Morrow s. Goodchaux (41 La. Ann. 711), 

715. 
Morrow v. Saline Co. Com. (21 Kan. 

484), 1138, 1198. 
Moraes. Byam (55 Mich. 594), 1486. 
Morse s. Dearborn (109 Mass. 693), 475. 
Moreen. Morrill (82 Me. 80), 995. 
Morse s. Morse (85 N. T. 53) , 51. 
Morses. Palmer (12Ves. 353), 393. 
Morses. Royal (12 Ves. 355), 259, 282, 

383, 384, 392, 399, 426, 46'i, 467, 981, 965, 

1178, 1180, 1540, 1541, 1543. 
Morse's Settlement, In re (21Beav. 174), 

103, 104. 
Mortimers. Ireland (6 Hare, 198), 872. 
Mortimers. Moflatt (4 Hen. & M. 603), 

1437. 
Mortimers. Watts (14 Beav. 616), 1159. 
Mortlock s. Buller (10 Ves. 2a2), 947, 

1012, 1078, 1107, 1118. 
Morton s. Adams (1 Strobh. Eq. 72), 

987. 
Mortons. Barrett (22 Me. 261; 39 Am. 

Dec. 576), 912,913, 916, 918, 919, 920, 

1667, 1674, 1678. 
Morton s. Hall (118 Mass. 511), 1479. 
Morton s. Hallett (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 143) , 

895. 
Morton s. Naylor (1 Hill, 583), 34. 
Morton s. Nelson (31 N. E. Rep. 168), 

372. 
MorvMles. Fowle (144 Mass. 109), 731, 

748, 1124. 
Morys. Michael (18 Md. 227), 11. 
Mosbys. Johnson (86 Va. 429; 10 S. E. 

Rep. 425), 1470. 
Mosbys. Steele (7 Ala. 299), 14. 
Mosely s. Marshall (22 N. Y. 200), 955, 

1114. 
Mosely s. Mosely (87 N. Car. 67), 65. 
Mosely r. Mosely (86 Ala. 289; 5 So. Rep. 

732), 2:54, 503. 
Mosely s. Mosely {temp. Finch, 53), 643. 



Moseley s. Partee (5 Helsk. 26), 710. 
Moses s. Johnson (88 Ala. 517), 199, 585. 
Moses s. McFarlan (2 Burr. 1012), 529. 
Moses s . Moses (50 Ga . 9) , 1214. 
Moses s. Murgatroyd (1 Johns. Ch. 119), 

88, 153, 979, 1317, 1328, 1667,1678. 
Moses s. Thomas (26 N. J. L. 124), 1385. 
Moshers. Kittle (101 Mich. 345; 69 N. W. 

Rep. 497), 707. 
Moshiers. Meek (80 111. 79), 574. 
Mosman v. Bender (80 Mo. 579), 1217. 
Mosss. Bainbridge (6 De G., M. &G. 

292), 424. 
Moss s. Moss (95 111. 449) , 346, 532. 
Mosteller s. Mosteller (40 Kan. 658), 307. 
Mostyn v. Mostyn (W. N. (1878) 150), 

1529. 
Motley v. Sawyer (34 Me. 540), 706. 
Motts. Ackerman (92 N. T. 653), 858. 
Motts. Buxton (7 Ves. 201), 913, 918,920. 
Mott s. Clarke (9 Barr, 399), 445. 
Mott s. Harrington (12 Vt. 199), 419. 
Mott s. Maris (2 Wash. C. C. 196), 1423. 
Mott s. Maris (29 S. W. Rep. 825), 1447. 
Moulton r. Holmes (57 Cal. 337), 1342. 
Mounces. Byars (16 Ga. 469), 578, 596, 

602. 
Mountford s. Cadogan (17 Ves. 487), 883. 
Mountford s. Keene (19 W. R. 708), 272. 
Mountford v. Scott (3 Madd. 34), 443. 
Mountfort, Ex parte (15 Ves. 445), 832, 

841, 1563. 
Mountstuart v. Mountstuart (6 Ves. 

363), 842. 
Mt. Zion Bapt. Church s. Whitmore 

(83 Iuwa, 138), 789, 795, 796. 
Mousley s. Carr (4 Beav. 49), 1255. 
Movans. Hays (1 Juhns. Ch. 339), 47, 

72. 
Mowry s. Sanborn (68 N. Y. 153), 1483. 
Moyer's Appeal (14 All. Rep. 253), 362. 
Moyer s. Moyer (21 Hun, 67), 415, 1560. 
Moyle s. Moyle (2 Russ. & M. 715), 877, 

1205, 1254, 1256. 
Moyse s. Gyles (2 Vern. 385), 215, 320. 
Muckleston s. Brown (6 Ves. 52), 66, 

245,258,513. 
Muckenfuss s. Heath (1 Hill Ch. 182), 

1690. 
Mucklow s. Fuller (Jacobs, 198), 857, 

861, 883, 885, 1235. 
Muggenridges. Stanton (1 De G., F. & 

J. 107), 656. 
Muir s.Cross (10 B. Mon. 277), 575. 
Muldrow v. Fox (2 Dana, 79), 1016, 1089. 
Mulford v. Bowman (1 Stockt. 797), 390. 
Mulford v. Mench (3 Stockt. 16), 414. 
Mulford s. Mlneh (UN. J. Eq. 16; 64 

Am. Dec. 472), 1183, 1595. 
Mulford v. Shirk (26 Pa. St. 473), 1385. 



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Mulhallen v. Marum (3 Dr. & War. 317), 

286. 
Mulhern v. MeDavitt (16 Gray, 404), 834, 

837. 
Mull v. Bowles (129 Ind. 343; 28 N. E. 

Eep. 771), 191, 852. 
Mullens v. Miller (L. K. 22 Ch. D. 194), 

476. 
Muller v. Bayley (21 Gratt. 621), 711. 
Muller». Buyck (12 Mont. 354), 1736. 
Mulligans. Mitchell (3Myl. & Cr. 72; 1 

Myl. &K. 446), 801. 
Mullin v. Beatty (56 Pa. St. 3S9) , 710. 
Mull ins v . Mullins (86 Hun, 421 ; 29 N . T. 

Supl. 961), 53,106. 
Mumford v. Murrays (6 Johns. Ch. 1), 

1255, 1333. 
Mumma v. Brinton (77 Md. 197; 26 Atl. 

Eep. 184), 831. 
Mumma v. Mumma (2 Vern. 19) , 27. 
Muinma v. Potomac Co. (8 Pet. 281), 

597. 
Munch v. Cockrell (9 Sim. 339), 1205, 

1233, 1598. 
Munch v. Cockerell (5 Myl. & Cr. 179), 

1123, 1644. 
Munch v. Shabel (37 Mich. 166), 372, 

373. 
Mundy v. Howe (4Bro. Ch. 223), 833, 

835. 
Mundy v. Vawter (3 Gratt. 518), 1034, 

1069, 1071, 1091, 1350. 
Muun v. Burges (70111. 604), 1180, 1184, 

1453, 1456, 1493, 1738, 1739, 
Munroe v. Allaire (2 Caines Cas. 183), 

384, 395. 
Munroe «, Eastman (31 Mich. 283), 449. 
Munroe v. Pritchett (16 Ala. 789), 487. 
Munson v. R. E. Co. (103 N. T. 58; 8 N. 

E. Eep. 355), 411. 
Munson v. S. G. & C. E. Co. (103 N. T. 

58), 412. 
Muntorf v. Muntorf (2 Eawle, 180), 1679. 
Muntzw. Brown (11 La. Ann. 472), 1210. 
Murdoch's Case (2 Bland, 461; 20 Am. 

Dec. 381), 395, 396, 1098. 
Murdock v, Finney (21 Mo. 138), 957, 

1117. 
Murdock v. Hughes (7 Sm. & M. 219), 

532, 1537. 
Murdock v. Johnson (7 Coldw. 605), 

1092, 1107, 1348. 
Murless v. Franklin (1 Swanst. 17), 307, 

366, 368, 
Murphy v. Carlin (113 Mo. 112; 20 S. W. 

Eep. 786), 123, 128. 
Murphy v. Dellam (1 Bland, 629) , 753. 
Murphy v. Doyle (29 L. E. Ir. 333), 1206. 
Murphy v. Grice (2 Dev. & B. Eq. 199), 

1559. 



Murphy v. Moore (4 Ired. Eq. 118), 956, 

957. 
Murphy v. Murphy (12 Ohio St. 407), 

100. 
Murphy v. Nathans (63 Pa. St. 508), 349. 
Murphy v. Peabody (63 Ga. 522), 309, 

362. 
Murray v. Ballou (1 Johns. Ch. 666), 

388, 432, 434, 441, 452, 460, 595, 1647. 
Murraj v. Barlee (3 Myl. & K. 209), 645, 

690, 693, 697. 
Murray v. Coster (20 Johns. 576), 465. 
Murray v. Drake (46 Cal. 645), 621. 
Murray v. Elibank (13 Ves. 1; 14 Ves. 

496), 682. 
Murray v. Elibank (10 Ves. 84; 1 Lead. 

Cas. Eq. 494), 683. 
Murray v. Feinour (2 Md. Ch. 418), 1213. 
Murray v. Finster (2 Johns. Ch. 155), 

452. 
Murray v. Gouverneur (2 Johns. Cas. 

411; 1 Am. Dec. 177), 607. 
Murray v. Jayne (8 Barb. 612), 219. 
Murray v. Lyllburn (2 Johns. Ch. 441), 

204, 388, 452, 633, 536, 1583. 
Murray v. Murray (5 Johns. Ch. 60), 

224. 
Murray v. Palmer (2 Sch. & Lef. 474), 

282, 393,394,480. 
Murray v. Parker (19 Beav. 305), 103. 
Murray v. Sell (23 W. Va. 473), 308. 
Murray v. Vanderbilt (39 Barb. 140), 395, 

405. 
Murry v. Sell (23 W. Va. 475), 269. 
Murthwaite v. Jenkinson (2 Barn. & Cr. 

357), 920, 927. 
Murton's Trusts, In re (L. E. 10 Ch. 

272), 869. 
Muscogie Lumber Co. v. Hyer (18 Fla. 

698; 43 Am. Eep. 332), 1684. 
Muse v. Sawyer (T. E. 204), 856. 
Musham v. Musham (87 111. 80), 198, 388, 

434. 
Musselman v. Eshelman (10 Barr, 394), 

393, 401, 404. 
Mussey v. Mussey (2 Hill Ch. 496), 1537. 
Mussey v. Noyes (26 Vt. 462), 1360, 1361, 

1364. 
Musson v. Trigg (51 Miss. 172), 659, 666, 

707. 
Mussoorie Bank v. Eaynor (L. B, 7 App. 

Cas. 321), 125, 138. 
Musters v. Wright (2 De G. & Sm. 777), 

672, 
Mutual Accident Assn. v. Jacobs (141 

111. 261; 33 Am. St. Eep. 302), 1607. 
Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Boggs (121111.119), 

1738. 
Mutual Life Ins, I . v. Fife (47 Pac. 

Eep. 27), 1407. 



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Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Wood! (51 Hun, 

640; 4 N. Y. Supl. 133), 869, 892. 
Muzzy v. Reardon (57 N. H. 378), 708. 
Myer's Appeal (2 Barr. 463), 416. 
Myer's Appeal (62 Pa. St. 104), 1696. 
Myers v. Estell (48 Miss. 404) , 1440. 
Myers v. Jackson (135 Ind. 136; 34 N. E. 

Rep. 810), 1280. 
Myers v. James (2 Lea, 159), 710. 
Myers v. McGavock (39 Neb. 843; 58 N. 

W. Eep.622),831. 
Myers v. Myers (1 Casey, 100), 363. 
Myers v. Myers (1 Ball. Eq. 24), 678. 
Myers v. Meyers (2 McCord Eq. 214; 16 

Am. Dec. 648), 1025, 1152, 1171. 
Myers v. Ross (3 Head, 59) , 443 . 
Myers?;. Wade (6 Rand. 444), 839. 
Myers v. Zetelles (21 Gratt. 759), 1201. 
Myerscough, Ex parte (1 J. & W. 152), 

832, 841, 842, 1563. 

N. 

Nagle's Appeal (1 Harris, 260), 262. 
Nagle's Estate (52 Pa. St. 154; 12 Pbila. 

25), 875, 1692. 
Naglee's Estate (52 Pa. St. 164), 995, 1076. 
Nail v. Punter (5 Sim. 555), 1591. 
Naili>. Spiegel (33 Ark. 63), 574. 
Naill v. Maurer (25 Md. 539), 100. 
Nailoru. Goodall (L. J. 47 Ch. 53), 1122. 
Nairn v. Majoribanks (3 Russ. 582), 

1026, 1434. 
Naldred v. Gilham (1 P. Wms. 577) , 158. 
Naltner v. Dolan (108 Ind. 500), 1189, 

1583. 
Nance v. Busby (91 Tenn. 303; 18 S. W. 

Rep. 874), 760, 787, 792. 
Nance v. Nance (1 S. Car. 209), 1198, 

1215. 
Nandick v. Wilkes (1 Eq. Ca. Ab. 393; 

Gilb. Eq. 114) , 101, 102. 
Nanneyc. Williams (22Beav. 452), 163, 

610, 514, 
Nantes v. Corrock (9Ves. 182), 289,427, 

645. 
Nant-y-Glo, etc. Co. v. Grave (L. R. 

12 Ch. D. 738), 534. 
Nantzu. McPherson (7 Munf. 599), 440. 
Napier v. Elam (6 Terg. 108), 473. 
Napier v. Napier (1 Dr. & War. 407), 678. 
Narcissa v. Wathon (2 B. Mon. 241), 

1184. 
Nash v. Coates (S B. & A. 839), 923, 925, 

929, 942. 
Nash v. Mitchell (71 N. T. 200; 27 Am. 

Rep. 38), 699, 709. 
Nashtf. Palmer (5 Maule v. Selw. 380), 

540. 
Nash v. Smith (17 Ves. 29), 243. 



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Nashville Trust Co. v. Bank (91 Tenn. 

336), 1408. 
Nathans ». Morris (4 Whart. 388), 

1688. 
National Bank v. Barry (125 Mass. 20), 

681. 
National Bank v. Carpenter (101 U. S. 

567) , 1740. 
National Bank v. Gilmer (116 N. Car. 

684; 23 S. E. Rep. 333), 370. 
National Bank v. Hamilton (34 N. J. 

Eq. 158), 686. 
National Bank v. Insurance Co. (104 U. 

S. 54), 1603, 1604. 
National BaDk v. Lake Shore R. R. Co. 

(21 Ohio St. 232), 697. 
National Bank v. Smith (24 Atl. Rep. 

273), 1653. 
National Bank v. Smith (43 Conn. 327), 

705. 
National Bank of Australia v. Cherry 

(L. R. 3 P. C. 299), 600. 
National Exchange Bank v. Jackson 

(33 S. W. Rep. 277), 1466. 
National Exchange Bank v, Sutton (147 

Mass. 131), 995. 
National Exchange Co. v, Drew (2 

Macq. 103), 476, 484. 
National Finance Co., In re (L. R. 3 Ch, 

App. 791), 1701. 
National Fire Ins. Co. v. Loomis (11 

Paige, 431), 1497. 
National Mahaiwe Bank v. Barry (125 

Mass. 20), 530. 
National Park Bank v. Halle (30 111. 

App. 17), 1750. 
National Webster Bank v. Eldredge 

(115 Mass. 424), 909. 
Nau v. Brunette (79 Wis. 664), 1472. 
Navarre v. Button (1 Vin. Ab. 185), 

1536. 
Navigation Co. v. Green (3 Dev. L. 

434), 860. 
Naylern. Wetherall (MS.), 201. 
Naylortf. Arnitt (1 R. &M. 501), 940, 955, 

1003, 1027. 
Naylorw. Winch (1 S. & S. 555), 377, 

394, 
Neal v. Patten (47 Ga. 73), 1055, 1244. 
Neale«. Haythorp (3 Bland, 551), 308, 

357. 
Neale v. Neale (9 Wall. 1), 1740. 
Nearpass v. Newman (106 N. Y. 47), 969, 

1744. 
Neate v. Marlborough (3 Myl. & Cr. 

407), 568. 
Needham, Inre(.l Jon. & La. 34), 878, 

879. 
Needles v. Martin (33 Md. 609), 254, 753, 
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Needless. Needles (7 Ohio St. 432; 70 

Am. Dee. 85), 680, 
Neely v. Rood (54 Mich. 134), 1630, 1632. 
Neely «. Torian (IDev. & Bat. 410), 527. 
Neese v. Riley (77 Tex. 348), 570. 
Neff's Appeal (57 Pa. St. 91), 1135, 1140, 

1144, 1200, 1222. 
Negley v. Lindsay (67 Pa. St. 216; 5 Am. 

Rep. 426), 1248. 
Neil v. Keese (5 Tex. 23), 174, 197, 532. 
Neil v- Kinney (11 Ohio St. 58), 577. 
Neil v, Morley (9 Ves. 478), 13. 
Neilson v. Blight (1 Johns. Cas. 205), 88, 

153, 1318, 1328. 
Neilson v- Lago w (12 How. 98) , 41, 43, 920, 

941, 943. 1267. 
Nelson v. Board, etc. (105 Ind. 287), 1535. 
Nelson v. Carrington (4 Munf . 332), S87. 
Nelson v. Cornwall (1 Gratt. 174), 1538. 
Nelson v. Cowing (6 Hill, 336), 484. 
Nelson v. Davis (35 Ind. 474), 920,940, 

941. 
Nelson v. Dunn (15 Ala. 602), 1376. 
Nelson v. Hagerstown Bank (27 Md. 

51), 304, 1255. 
Nelson v. Hayner (66 111. 487), 399. 
Nelson v. McDonald (80 Wis. 605; 60 N. 

W. Rep. 893), 711. 
Nelson v. Oldfleld (2 Vern. 76), 513. 
Nelson v. Ratlifl (18 So. Rep. 487) , 399. 
Nelson v. Sims (23 Miss. 383; 57 Am. 

Dec. 144), 449. 
Nelsons. Vinson (9 Houst. 27; 32 Atl. 

Rep. 225), 705. 
Nelson v. Worrall (20 Iowa, 664), 231, 

500,518,625. 
Nesbitt», Loekman (34 N. T. 169), 206, 

286, 423. 
Nesbit v. Murray (5 Ves. 149), 245. 
Nesbitt v. Treddenick (1 Ball & B. 46), 

397, 399, 1164. 
Nesmith, Jure (140 N. T. 609; 35 N. E. 

Rep. 942; 71 Hnn, 139; 24 N. Y. Supl. 

527), 1026. 
Nethersole v. Indigent-Blind School 

(L. R, UEq. 1),813 
Nether Stowey Vicarage, In re (L. R. 

17 Eq. 156), 1154. 
Neves v. Scott (9 How. 197; 13 How. 

268), 91, 93, 97, 101, 103, 104, 116. 
Neville v. Saunders (1 Vern. 415), 913, 

919, 930. 
Neville v. Wilkinson (1 Bro. Ch. 543), 

473, 539, 542. 
New v. Bonaker (L.;R. 4 Eq. 655), 23, 

733, 768, 812. 
New v. Jones (1 H. & Tw. 632; 9 Jar. 

Prec. 338), 1058. 
New Albany & S. R. R. v. Huff (19 Ind. 

444), 1368. 



Newberry v. Newberry (28 Ala. 691), 

1690. 
New Brunswick v. Canada Ry. Co. (1 

Dr. &Sm. 363), 409. 
New Brunswick, etc. Co. v. Conybeare 

(9H. L. Cas. 711), 488. 
Newburn v. Bass (82 Ala. 622), 1510. 
Newcombe v. Brooks (16 W. Va. 32), 

1183. 
Newcomb v. Williams (9 Met. 534), 856, 

893, 1020. 
Newcomen v. Hassard (4 Ir. Ch. 268), 

662. 
Newell v. Cochran (41 Minn. 374; 43 N. 

W. Rep. 84), 1564. 
Newell v. Grant Locomotive Works (50 

111. App. 612), 1408. 
Newell v. Hill (2 Mete. 180), 1362. 
Newell v. Morgan (2 Harr. 225), 354. 
Newell v. Newell (14 Kan. 202), 377, 519. 
Newell v. Randall (32 Minn. 171; 50 Am. 

Rep. 662), 495. 
Newells v. Morgan (2 Harr. 225), 308, 

354. 
Newenham v. Pemberton (1 De G. & 

Sm. 644), 678. 
New England Trust Co. v. Eaton (140 

Mass. 532), 1062, 1201, 1425. 
Newhall, Ex parte (2 Story, 360), 14. 
Newhall v. Jones (117 Mass. 252), 403. 
Newhall v. Wheeler (7 Mass. 189), 922, 

940, 941, 1267, 1638. 
New Havens T. M. Institute v. New 

Haven (60 Conn. 32; 22 Atl. Rep. 

447), 737, 820. 
Newhouse v. Godwin (17Barb. 236), 424. 
Newkirk v. Place (47 N. J. Eq. 477; 21 

Atl. Rep. 124), 60, 72. 
Newland v. Attorney-General (3 Meriv. 

684), 737. 
Newland v. Champion (1 Ves. 105), 455, 

1655. 
Newland v. Newland (1 Jones, 463), 108. 
Newland v. Paynter (4 Myl. & Or. 408), 

651, 656. 
Newlin v. Freeman (4 Ired. Eq. 312), 

664. 
Newman v. Barton (2 Vern. 205), 593, 

594. 
Newman v. De Lorimer (19 Iowa, 244), 

946. 
Newman v. Early (3 Tenn. Ch. 714), 364. 
Newman v. Jackson (12 Wheat. 570), 

1094. 
Newman v. James (12 Ala. 29), 655. 
Newman v. Jones (Finch, 58), 1591. 
Newman v. Montgomery (5 How. 742), 

956, 1266. 
Newman v. Payne (4 Bro. Ch. 350; 2 

Ves. Jr. 200), 418, 419, 425. 



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Newman v. Samuels (17 Iowa, 528), 

1440. 
Newman v. Warner (1 Sim. 457), 896. 
New Orleans v. Baltimore (15 La. Ann. 

625), 1690. 
New Orleans v. McDonogjh (12 La. Ann. 

240), 763. 
Newport v. Bryan (5 Ir. Ch. 119), 881. 
Newport v. Cook (2 Ashm. 332), 832, 837, 

839, 1561. 
Newsom v. Board, etc. (103 Ind. 526), 

1535. 
Newsome v. Flowers (30 Beav. 461), 

906, 1538. 
Newstead v. Johnstone (2 Atk. 46), 244, 

246. 
Newstead v. Searles (1 Atk. 265), 443. 
Newton v. Askew (11 Beav. 145), 160, 

1564. 
Newton v. Bennett (1 Bro. Ch. 359), 

330, 386, 1036, 1037. 
Newton v. Bronson (13 N. Y. 687; 67 

Am. Dec. 89), 36, 996, 1005, 1055, 1056, 

1244. 
Newton v. Chappie (L. E. 27 Ch. D. 

584), 1709. 
Newton v. Marsden (2 Johns. & H. 356), 

1043. 
Newton v. Newton (L. B. 6 Eq. 135; 4 

Ch. 143), 435, 600. 
Newton v. Payne (2Ves. 199), 427. 
Newton v. Pelham (1 Eden , 514) , 66. 
Newton v. Porter (69 N. Y. 136), 204, 

387,388,434, 531,534, 681. 
Newton v. Preston (Finch, Pr. Ch. 

103) , 358. 
Newton v. Eeld (4 Sim. 141), 649. 
Newton v. Taylor (32 Ohio St. 399), 204, 

220, 388. 
New York Bible Soc. v. Endlong (30 

Abb. N. Cas. 139; 25 N. Y. Supl. 68), 

731. 
New York Cent'l Ins. Co. v, National 

Ins. Co. (20 Barb. 468), 443, 444. 
New York Dry Dock Co. v. Stillman 

(30 N. Y. 174), 619. 
N. Y. Fire Ins. Co. v. Ely (2 Cow. 678), 

19, 21. 
New York Ins. Co. v. Boulet (24 Wend. 

505), 1405, 1722. 
New York Security Co. v. Saratoga 

Gas Co. (34 N. Y. Supl. 890), 898. 
New York Steam Co. v. Stern (46 Hun, 

206), 1749. 
Neyland v. Bendy (69 Tex. 711), 35S. 
Nichols v. Allen (130 Miss. 211; 39 Am. 

Rep. 445), 253, 254, 746, 748. 
Nichols v. Campbell (10 Gratt. 561), 

858, 859, 895,980. 
Nichols v. Crisp (Amb. 769), 246. 



Nichols v. Eaton (91 U. S. 716), 228, 

1269, 1272, 1292, 1640, 1644. 
Nichols v. Glover (41 Ind. 23) , 575, 680. 
Nichols v. Hodges (1 Pet. 562), 1689. 
Nichols v. Levy (5 Wall. 531), 1640, 1644. 
Nichols v. McCarthy (53 Conn. 299; 7 

Atl. Rep. 24), 1737. 
Nichols I). McKwen (17 N. Y. 22), 1389. 
Nichols v. Nichols (149 Pa. St. 172; 24 

Atl. Rep. 194), 344. 
Nichols v. Otto (132111.91), 1490, 1492, 

1506, 1507. 
Nichols v. Palmer (5 Day, 47), 721, 723. 
Nichols v. Peak (12 ST. J. Eq. 69), 389, 

1651. 
Nichols v. Pinner (18 N. Y. 295; 23 N. Y. 

264), 492, 495. 
Nichols v. Rogers (139 Mass. 146), 995, 

1736, 1738. 
Nichol v. Wentworth (4Denio, 385), 941. 
Nichol's Appeal (157 Mass. 20), 1121, 

1228. 
Nicholls v. Leeson (3 Atk. 573), 529. 
Nicholls v. Postlewaite (2 Dall. 131), 

1355. 
Nicholls v. Thornton (16111. 113), 308. 
Nicholson v. Halsey (1 Johns. Ch. 422), 

977. 
Nicholson v. Squire (16 Ves. 259), 827. 
Nicholson v. Tuttin (2 Kay & J. 23), 

1317, 1329, 1381. 
Nicholson v. Woodsworth ( 2 Swanst. 

369), 892. 
Nickell v. Handley (10 Gratt. 336), 228, 

912,913,916,919,1297. 
Nickell v. Miller (10 Gratt. 336), 668. 
Nickerson v. Bowly (8 Met. 424), 253. 
Nickerson v. Nickerson (127 IT. S. 688), 

64. 
Nickley v. Thomas (22 Barb. 652), 495. 
Nicol V. NiCOl (L. R. 30 Ch. D. 143), 

726. 
Nicol v. Nicol (L. R. 31 Ch. D. 624), 719, 

721, 725. 
Nicoll v. Miller (29 111.' 323; 81 Am. Dec. 

311), 878. 
Nicoll v. Mumtord (4 Johns. Ch. 522), 

598, 1318, 1329, 1376, 1380. 
Nicoll v. Ogden (29 111. 384; 81 Am. 

Dec. 311), 91, 94,987. 
Nicoll v. Walworth (4 Denio, 385), 951, 

1226, 1546. 
Nigntingale v. Gouldbourn (2 Phill. 694; 

6 Hare, 484), 17, 23, 40,737. 
Nightingale v. Hidden (7 R. I. 132), 910, 

964. 
Nightingale v. Lawson (1 Bro. Ch. 443), 

1159. 
Nightingale v. Nightingale (13 R. I. 

113), 160,1622. 



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Niles i>. Hall (64 Vt. 453; 25 Atl. Rep. 

479), 661. 
Niles, In re (113 N. T. 547), 1231, 1544. 
Niles «. Eansford (1 Mich. 336), 1451, 

1491, 1504. 
Niles v. Stevens (4 Denio, 399), 1013, 1055, 

1089. 
Nimmsv. Com. (4 Hen. &M. 57; 4 Am. 

Dec. 488), 1698. 
Nims v. Bigelow (45 N. H. 343), 708. 
Niver v. Crane (98 N. Y. 40), 370, 374. 
Nix v. Bradley (6 Eich. Eq. 43), 669. 
Nixon v. Eoae (12 Gratt. 425), 664, 665, 

667, 894. 
Nixon v. Sheldon (L. E. 39 Ch. D. 50), 

1437. 
Nixon's Appeal (63 Pa. St. 277), 269, 308, 

355, 370. 
Noble v. Andrews (37 Conn. 346), 926. 
Noble v. Hogg (36 S. Car. 322; 15 S. E. 

Eep. 359), 1203. 
Noble v. Meymott (14 Beav. 471), 887. 
Noble v. Moses (74 Ala. 604), 283. 
Noble v. Moses (81 Ala. 530; 60 Am. Rep. 

175), 286. 
Noble v. Turner (65 Md. 519), 1542. 
Noble v. Willock (L. R. 8 Ch. 778), 666, 

697. 
Noble's Appeal (39 Pa. St. 425), 1742. 
Noe«. Kern (93 Mo. 367; 3 Am. St. Rep. 

544), 130. 
Noeti. Roll (134 Ind. 115; 33 N. E. Rep. 

905), 342. 
Noel v. Bewley (3 Sim. 103), 980. 
Noelu. Eobinson (lVern. 94), 593, 594. 
Noel v. White (1 Wright, 814), 413. 
Nokesv. Seppings (2 Phil. 19), 1571. 
Nolen v. Gwyn (16 Ala. 725), 440. 
Nopsons. Horton (20 Minn. 268), 1512, 

1513. 
Norbury v. Calbeck (2 Moll. 461), 1679. 
Norcum v. D'Oench (17 Mo. 98), 1017, 1086, 

1264. 
NordholtB. Nordholt (87 Cal. 552; 22 

Am. St. Rep. 268), 500, 518. 
Norman v. Burnett (25 Miss. 183), 52. 
Norman v. Cunningham (5 Gratt. 72), 

328, 1582. 
Ntfrinan v. Hill (2 Patt. & H. 676), 1092. 
Norris j;. Chambers (29 Beav. 246), 35. 
Norris, Esc parte (L. R. 4 Ch. App. 280), 

1587. 
Norris v. Fraser (L. R. 15 Eq. 318), 517. 
Norris v. Hassler (22 Fed. Eep. 401), 

1725. 
Norris v. Hero (22 La. Ann. 665) , 1187. 
Norris, In re (L. R. 27 Ch. D. 333), 864, 

871 
Norris v. Johnston (5 Pa. St. 287), 1288, 

1295. 



Norris v. Le Neve (3 Atk. 37), 330, 465. 
Norris v. Norris (1 Cox, 183), 1667, 1678. 
Norris v. Tarrin (1 Dall. 147), 529. 
Norris v. Thompson (4 0. E. Green, 307), 

749, 1067, 1748. 
Norris v. Wright (14 Beav. 29), 1202. 
Norris' Appeal (71 Pa. St. 106), 1692. 
North v. Barnum (12 Vt. 269), 1537. 
North v. Crompton (1 Ch. Ca. 196; 2 

Vera. 253), 238. 
North v . Pardon (2 Ves. 495), 244, 260. 
North v. Phllbrook (34 Me. 537), 918, 

943. 
North v. Platte County (29 Neb. 447; 45 

N.W. Rep. 692), 1542. 
North v. Valk (Dud. Eq. 212), 258, 262. 
Northern v. Carnegie (4 Drew. 5j7), 

242. 
Northern, etc. E. E. Co. v. Keighler (29 

Md. 572), 1689. 
North Adams Soc. v. Pitch (8 Gray, 

421) , 748. 
Northampton Bank ». Bailiet (8 W. & 

S. 311; 42 Am. Dec. 297), 957, 1117. 
North Baltimore Bldg. Assn. v. Cald- 
well (25 Md. 420; 90 Am. Dec. 67), 

1184. 
North Carolina E. R. v. Wilson (81 N. 

Car. 223), 904,1592. 
North Carolina University v. Bank (96 

N. Car. 280), 1534. 
North Dakota Elevator Co. v. Clark (3 

N. Dak. 26;53N. W. Rep. 175), 1630. 
North Hempstead v. Hempstead (2 

Wend. 109), 19. 
North Hudson E. Co. v. Booraem (28 

N. J. Eq. 450), 608. 
North River Bank v. Aymar (3 Hill, 

362), 444, 476. 
Northrop v. Cooper (23 Kan. 432), 1481. 
Northrupw. Hale (73 Me. 66), 161. 
North Shore Perry Co., In re (63 Barb. 

656), 962. 
Northwestern Guaranty Co. v. Smith 

(15 Mont. 101; 35 Pac. Rep. 224), 831. 
Northwestern, etc. Ins. Co. v. Allis (23 

Minn. 337), 707. 
Norton v. Burge (35 Conn. 250), 452. 
Norton, Exparte (8 De G., M. & G. 258), 

680. 
Norton v. Hixon (25 111. 371;79Am. Dec. 

338), 1718, 1721. 
Norton v. Johnstone (L. R. 30 Ch. D. 

649), 1436. 
Norton v, Kearney (10 Wis. 443), 1364. 
Norton v. Ladd (22 Conn. 203), 1537. 
Norton v. Leonard (12 Pick. 152), 912, 

913, 916, 918, 922, 923. 
Norton v. Mallory (3 Thomp. & C. 640), 

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Norton v. Norton (2 Sandf. 296), 923,625, 

941, 1268. 
Norton v. Palmer (7 Cush. 523), 1743. 
Norton^. Phelps (54 Miss. 471), 993, 1031, 
Norton v. Eay (139 Mass. 230), 1720. 
Norton v. Eellley (2 Eden, 286), 292, 427. 
Norton v. Storer (8 Paige, 222), 373. 
Norton v. Turvlll (2 P. Wms. 144), 693, 

1536. 
Norvell v. Hedrlek (21 W. Va. 523), 1034. 
Norvellv. Johnson (5 Humph. 489), 577. 
Norway v. Norway (2 Myl. & K. 278), 

888, 892. 
Norwood v. Harness (98 Ind. 134), 1201. 
Nossa. Tracy (1 P. Wms. 288; 2 Vera. 

700), 506. 
Nottldge v. Prince (2 Gifi. 246), 292. 
Nourse v. Finch (1 Ves. Jr. 344), 238, 

246. 
Nourse v. Henshaw (123 Mass. 96), 707. 
Nowland v. Nelligan (1 Bro. Ch. 489), 

128. 
Noyes v. Blakeman (6 N. T. 567; 3 

Sandf. 531), 702, 940, 1701. 
Noyes v. Carter (23 S. E. Rep. 1), 1366. 
Noyes v. Landon (59 Vt. 569) , 494. 
Noyes v. Turnbull (136 N. Y. 639; 7 N. Y. 

Supl. 114), 1231. 
Nugent v. Cloon (117 Mass. 219), 999, 

1004. 
Nugentu. Gifford (2 Atk. 463), 440, 1173. 
Nugent v. Vetzera (L. E. 2 Eq. 704), 826, 

847. 
Nurse v. Craig (2 N. R. 148; 5 B. & P. 

153), 724. 
Nurse v. Yerworth (3 Swanst. 608), 978. 
Nutt v. Coddington (34 Fla. 77; 15 So. 

Rep. 667), 705. 
Nutter v. Pouch (86 Ind. 451) , 589. 
Nutters. King (152 Mass. 355), 1384. 
Nutter ii. Vickery (64 Me. 490), 853, 857. 
Nyce's Estate (5 W. & S. 245), 1102, 1202, 

1210. 
Nysewander v. Lowman (124 Ind. 584), 

574. 

o. 

Oakes v. Strachey (13 Sim. 414), 1168. 
Oakes v. Turquand (L. R. 2 H. L. Cas. 

325), 489. 
Oakland Sav. Bank v. Wilcox (60 Cal. 

126), 427. 
Oates v. Cooke (3 Burr. 16), 178, 922, 

936, 942. 
Oatman v. Barney (46 Vt. 594) , 969, 1054. 
O'Bannon v. Musselman (2 Duv. 523), 

996. 
Obee v. Bishop (1 De G., F. & J. 140), 

881, 1225, 1596. 



Oberlin College v. Fowler (10 Allen, 

545), 402. 
Obermlllerp. Wylie (36 Fed. Rep. 641), 

52,61, 1571,1612. 
Obert v. Bordine (20 N. J. L. 394), 1266. 
Obert v. Hammill (3 Harr. 74), 401. 
Obert v. Obert (2 Stockt. Ch. 98; 1 Beav. 

423), 392. 
Obertheir v. Strand (33 Tex. 522), 309. 
O'Brien v. Lewis (4 Giff. 221), 419. 
O'Brien v. Oswald (45 Minn. 59), 1468. 
O'Brien, Petition of (11 R. I. 419), 710. 
O'Brien v. Tysen (L. R. 28 Ch. D. 272), 

813. 
O'Callaghan v. Cooper (5Ves. 126), 1045. 
Ocean Ins. Co. v. Polleys (13 Pet. 157), 

565. 
Ocean Nat. Bank v. Olcott (46 N. Y. 

12), 374. 
Ockleston v. Heap (1 De G. & S. 640), 

872. 
O'Connell v. Ackerman (62 Md. 337), 

1403. 
O'Connell v. Hansen (44 Pac. Rep. 887), 

1372. 
O'Connell v. Kelly (114 Mass. 97), 1479. 
O'Conner v. Gilford (117 N. Y. 275), 1116. 
O'Connor v. Haslam (5 H. L. Cas. 177), 

1150. 
O'Connor v. Irvine (14 Cal. 435; 16 Pac. 

Rep. 236), 190, 333. 
O'Connor!;. Waldo (83 Hun, 489; 31 N. 

Y. Supl. 1105), 1015. 
O'Daily v. Morris (31 Ind. Ill), 706. 
O'Day v. Van Sant (3 Mackey, 196), 

1103. 
Odell v. Odell (10 Allen, 1), 748, 755, 1753. 
Odell's Estate, In re (1 Conn. (N. Y.) 

94; 2 N. Y. Supl. 752), 1003, 1025, 1028, 

1698. 
Odessa Tramways Co. v. Mendel (L. E. 

8Ch. D. 235), 663. 
O'Donnell v. White (18 R. I. 669; 29 Atl. 

Rep. 769j,319. 
O'Driscoll v. Fishburne (1 Nott. & McC. 

77), 861. 
O'Fay v. Burke (8 Ir. Ch. 225), 622. 
O'Ferralli;. O'Ferrall (LI. & Goold, 79), 

1159. 
Oflen v. Harman (1 De G., F. & J. 263), 

1081. 
Ogden ii. Barker (18 Johns. 87), 665. 
Ogden v. Guice (66 Miss. 330) , 702, 704, 

707. 
Ogden v. Kip (6 Johns. Ch. 160), 1576. 
Ogden v. Murray (39 N. Y. 202), 1687. 
Ogden's Appeal (70 Pa. St. 601; 29 Leg. 

Int. 165), 671, 919, 933. 
Oglander v. Oglander (2 De G. & S. 381), 

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Ogle, Ex parte (L. R. 8 Ch. App. 711), 

1114, 1138, 1342. 
Ogle v. Ogle (41 Ohio St. 359), 577. 
Oglesby v. Bingham (69 Miss. 975; 13 

So. Rep. 852), 576. 
O'Halloran v. Fitzgerald (71 III. 53), 

1118. 
O'Hara v. Dudley (14 Abb. N. Cas. 71; 

95 N. T. 403), 1522,1524. 
O' Hara v. Jones (46 111. 288), 1408. 
O'Hara v. MoConnell (93 U.S. 150), 1732. 
O'Hara, Will of (95 N. T. 403), 89, 516, 

518. 
Ohio Life Ins. Co. v. Ledyard (8 Ala. 

866), 440. 
Ohio Oo. v. Winn (4 Md. Ch. 253), 1058. 
Ohmero. Boyer (89 Ala. 273; 7 So. Rep. 

663), 1557. 
O'Keefe v. Calthorpe (1 Atk. 18), 904, 

908, 909, 974. 
Oleott v. Bynum (17 Wall. 44), 307, 314, 

1486. 
Oleott v. Rice (69 Fed. Rep. 199), 210, 

407. 
Oleott v. Tioga R. R. Co. (27 N. Y. 546), 

393, 395, 1462. 
Oldham v. Carleton (2 Cox, 400), 244. 
Oldham v. Jones (5 B. Mon. 458), 414, 

416. 
Oldham v. Litchford (2 Freem. Ch. 284; 

2 Vern. 506), 496, 500, 606, 508, 513, 617. 
Old South Soc. v. Crocker (119 Mass. 

26; 20 Am. Rep. 310), 181, 731, 748. 
Old's Estate, In re (176 Pa. St. 156; 34 

Atl. Rep. 1022), 991. 
Olds v. Marshall (93 Ala. 138; 8 So. Rep. 

284), 178, 502. 
Ollnu. Bate (98111. 53), 562. 
Oliphant v. Hendrie (1 Bro. Ch. 571), 

811. 
Oliver v. Grimball (14 S. Car. 556), 665. 
Oliver v. Oliver (3S.J. Eq. 368), 996. 
Olivers. Pyatt (3 How. 332), 327, 328, 

365, 432, 460, 532, 537, 538, 595, 1056, 

1535, 1578, 1681, 1625. 
Olivers. Wilson (8 Price, 172), 606. 
Olliffet). Wells (130 Mass. 221), 263, 748. 
Olmstead v. Herrlck (1 E. O. Smith, 

310), 1227. 
Ommaney v. Butcher (1 Turn. & Russ. 

260), 243. 
Omrod v. Huth (14 Mees. & W. 651), 475. 
Onderdonk v. Mott (34 Barb. 106), 830. 
Onealc. Mead (1 P. Wms. 693), 1324. 
O'Neill. Salmon (25 How. Pr. 251), 1389, 
O'Neill v. Beck (69 Ind. 239), 1385. 
O'Neill v. Cole (4 Md. 107) , 653. 
O'Neill v. Farr (1 Rich. 80), 424. 
O'Neill v. Greenwood (64 N. W. Rep. 

511), 56. 



O'Neill v. Henderson (15 Ark. 235; 60 

Am. Dec. 568), 883, 1064. 
O'Neill j). Vanderburgh (25 Iowa, 104), 

1092. 
Ononany v. Butcher (1 Turn. & Russ. 

260) , 83. 
Onslow v. Wall is (1 Maen. & G. 506; 1 

Hall & T. 513) , 965, 966, 1277. 
Ontario Bank v. Mumford (2 Barb. Ch. 

596), 29. 
Orange Nat. Bank v. Traver (7 Fed. 

Rep. 150; 7 Sawy. 210), 699, 710. 
Ord v. Noel (5 Madd. 438), 947, 1107, 1118. 
Orde, Exparte (Jacobs, 94), 845. 
Orde, Inre (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 271), 869. 
Ordway v. Bright (7 Heisk. 681), 656. 
O'Reilly v. Alderson (8 Hare, 101), 869, 

875. 
Orman v. Bowles (18 Colo. 463; 33 Pac. 

Rep. 109), 831. 
Orme v. Wright (3 Jur. 19), 1492, 1505. 
Ormerod u. Dearman (13 W. N. C. 85), 

665. 
Ormiston v. Oleott (22 Hun, 270; 84 N. 

T. 339), 1198, 1201, 1210, 1234, 1237. 
Ormond v, Anderson (2 B. & B. 369), 219. 
Ormond v. Hutchison (13 Ves. 47), 1536. 
Ormsbeeti. Davis (5 R. I. 446), 1415. 
Ormsby, Inre (IB. &B. 189), 1683. 
Orr v. Hodgson (4 Wheat. 453) , 28. 
Orr v. Pickett (3 J. J. Marsh. 276) , 527. 
Orru. Rode (101 Mo. 387), 1032, 1446. 
Orrett v. Corser (21 Beav. 52), 1358. 
Ortmannti. Plummer (52 Mich. 76), 576. 
Orton v. Knab (3 Wis. 576) , 358. 
Osbaldiston v. Simpson (13 Sim. 513), 

563. 
Osborn v. Brown (5 Ves. 527), 1042. 
Osborn v. Morgan (9 Hare, 433), 676. 
Osborne v. Endicott (6 Cal. 149), 232, 309. 
Osborne v. Gordon (86 Wis. 92 ; 56 N. W. 

Rep. 334), 999. 
Osborne v. Rowlett (L. R. 13 Ch. D. 

774), 895. 
Osborne v. Williams (18 Ves. 379), 563. 
Osborne & Co. v. Graham (46 Mo. App. 

28), 708. 
Osborne's Succession (40 La. Ann. 615), 

570. 
Osburn's Appeal (130 Pa. St. 359), 626. 
Oscanyan v. Arms Co. (103 U. S. 261), 

658. 
Osgood v. Eaton (62 N. H. 512), 309. 
Osgood^. Franklin (2 Johns. Ch.20; 7 

Am. Dec. 613), 441,470, 480,927, 1015, 

1087, 1090, 1623. 
Osmond v. Fitzroy (3 P. Wms. 131), 282, 

292. 
Ostermanr. Baldwin (6 Wall. 116), 47. 
Oswald v. Hoover (43 Md. 360), 707. 



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Oswalds. Leigh (1 T. E. 271), 981. 
Oswalt v. Moore (19 Ark. 257), 704. 
Oswego Starch Factory v. Lendrum C57 

Iowa, 573; 42 Am. Eep. 53), 495. 
Otis v. Beckwith (49 111. 121), 88. 
Otis v. Gregory (111 Ind. 504), 574. 
Otis v. McMillan (70 Ala. 46), 1514. 
Otley v. Gilby (8 Beav. 602), 1191, 1564. 
Otway v. Hudson (2 Vera. 583), 298. 
Ould v. Washington Hosp. (95 U. S. 

312), 181, 735, 743, 746, 756, 819. 
Ouryu. Saunders (77 Tex. 278; 1SS. W. 

Eep. 2030), 343. 
Outcalt v. Van Winkle (1 Green Oh. 

516), 976. 
Outon v. Eodes (3 A. K. Marsh. 432), 556. 
Overend, etc. Co., In re (L. E. 3 Eq. 

576), 494. 
Overfield v. Overfield (30 S. W. Eep. 

994), 834. 
Overly v. Overly (1 Mete. 117), 1049. 
Overman's Appeal (88 Pa. St. 276), 1295. 
Overseers v. Bank of Va. (2 Gratt. 544), 

1634. 
Overstreet v. Bate (1 J. J. Marsh. 370), 

461, 1537. 
Overstreet v. Manning (67 Tex. 430), 203. 
Overton v. Banister (3 Hare, 603), 27, 

562. 
Overton v. Lacy (6 B. Mon. 13), 216. 
Owen v. Bryant (L. J. 21 Ch. 860), 42. 
Owen v. Campbell (58 N. W. Eep. 603), 

1036. 
Owen v. Cawley (36 N. T. 604), 699. 
Owen v. Homan (4 H. L. Cas. 997), 645, 

693, 697. 

Owen v. Ohio Cent. E. E. (20 Fed. Rep. 

10), 1054. 
Owen v. Owen (1 Atk. 496), 909. 
Owen v. Peebles (42 Ala. 338), 1205, 1253, 

1255. 
Owens v. Dickenson (Or. & P. 48), 645, 

694, 697. 

Owens, In re (3 Pa. Dist. Eep. 328), 161. 
Owens v. Johnson (8 Baxt. 265), 710. 
Owens v. Miss. Soc. (14 N. T. 380; 67 

Am. Dec. 160), 21, 752. 
Owens v. Walker (2 Strob. Eq. 289), 831. 
Owens v. Williams (Arab. 734), 399. 
Owings' Case (1 Bland, 370), 518. 
Owings v. Myers (3 Bibb, 279), 452. 
Owings v. State (22 Md. 116), 1689. 
Ownes v. Ownes (23 N. J. Eq. 60), 11, 42, 

152, 155, 156, 162, 312. 
Owthwaite, In re (L. E. (1891), 3 Ch. 

494), 1209. 
Oxendon v. Compton (2 Ves. Jr. 69), 

299, 830. 
Ozley v. Ikelheimer (26 Ala. 332), 655, 

664, 704. 



Pace v. Pace (73 N. Car. 119), 1291, 1302. 
Pace v. Pierce (49 Mo. 393), 956, 957. 
Pacific Nat. Bank v. Windram (133 

Mass. 175), 1309. 
Packard v. Kingman (67 N. W. Eep. 

551), 1031. 
Packard v. Marshall (138 Mass. 301), 917, 

918. 
Packard v. Putnam (57 N. H. 43), 60. 
Paddock v. Strobridge (29 Vt. 470) , 494. 
Paddon v. Richardson (7 De G., M. &G. 

563), 1233. 
Padfleld v. Padfleld (72 111. 322), 91, 95. 
Paff v. Kenney (1 Bradf . 1), 1637. 
Page v. Adam (4Beav. 269), 1350. 
Page v. Boynton (63 N. H. 190), 1673, 

1703. 
Page v. Broom (3 Beav. 36; i Euss. 6), 

175, 1242. 
Page v. Cooper (16 Beav. 400), 1073, 1074._ 
Page v. Heineberg (40 Vt. 81), 815. 
Pageu. Home (HBeav. 227), 292, 293. 
Page, In re (L. E. (1893) 1 Ch. 304), 1191. 
Page v. Leapingwell (18 Ves. 463), 255. 
Page v. Lever (2 Ves. Jr. 450), 438. 
Page v. Naglee (6 Cal. 241), 1170. 
Page v. Olcott (28 Vt. 465), 1402, 1738. 
Page v. Page (8 ST. H. 187), 266, 270, 308, 

335, 355, 360, 361, 362, 370. 
Page v. Page (2 P. Wms. 489; 1 Ves. Jr. 

66), 245. 
Paget v. Pease (23 Abb. N. Cas. 290), 

1055. 
Page v. Stephens (23 Mich. 357), 960. 
Page v. Summers (70 Cal. 121), 69. 
Page v. Way (3 Beav. 20), 1291. 
Paget v. Ede (L. E. 18 Eq . 118), 35. 
Paine «.Forsaith (86 Me. 357; 30 Atl. 

Eep. 11), 1619. 
Paine v. France (26 Md. 46), 560. 
Paine v. Hall (18 Ves. 475), 506, 514. 
Paine v. Irwin (16 Hun, 390), 396. 
Paine v. Lake Erie, etc. E. E. Co. (31 

Ind. 283), 662. 
Paine v. Meller (6 Ves. 352), 200. 
Painter, Ex parte (2 Deac. & Ch. 584), 

29. 
Painter v. Henderson (7 Barr, 48) , 393, 

401. 
Pairo v. Vickery (37 Md. 467), 259, 1121. 
Palairet v. Carew (32 Beav. 664), 1680. 
Palmers. Bate (6 Moore, 28; 2Brod. & 

Bing. 673), 38. 
Palmers. Dunham (6 N. T. Supl. 262), 

1612. 
Palmer v. Hendrie (28 Beav. 341), 1453. 
Palmer v. Jones (1 Vera. 144), 330. 
Palmer v. Meyers (43 Barb. 609), 1417. 



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Palmer v. Meyers (29 How. Pr. 8; 1 Am. 

Lead. Oas. 448), 1415. 
Palmer s. Neave (llVes. 167), 539. 
> Palmer s. Newell (8 De G., M. & G. 74), 
1529. 
Palmer s. President, etc. Bank (17 R.I. 

627;24Atl. Rep. 109), 736. 
Palmer s. Rankins (30 Ark. 771), 704, 
Palmers. Simmonds (2 Drew. 221), 52, 

128. 
Palmer s. Sterling (41 Mich. 218), 576. 
Palmers. Williams (24 Mich. 328), 441, 

1082, 1084. 
Palmer s. Young (96 Ga. 246), 1453, 1495. 
Palmer s. Young (1 Vera. 276), 194, 399. 
Palmetto Lumber Co. s. Risley (25 S. 

Car. 309), 377, 411. 
Pane«. Birch (2Atk. 623), 972. 
Papillons. Voice (2 P. Wilis. 471), 93, 

107. 
Papyss. Mansfield (3 Myl. & Cr. 359), 

153. 
Pardee v. Lindley (31 111. 174), 1456., 
Parfitts. Lawless (L. R. 2 P. &D. 462), 

296. 
Paruams. McCrary (6 Rich. Eq. 140), 

468. 
Parhams. Randolph (4 How. (Miss.) 

435), 477, 484. 
Paris v. Cobb (5 Rich. Eq. 432), 1537. 
Parish s. Balkum (40 Ala. 285). 152. 1747. 
Parish s. Murphree (13 How. 92), 103. 
Parish s. Stone (14 Pick. 198), 147. 
Park i?. Cheek (4Coldw. 20), 912. 
Parker s. Allen (14 N. Y. Supl. 265), 157, 

161, 164, 890. 
Parkers?. Brooke (9 Ves. 583), 397, 651, 

654, 655, 6S6, 1453. 
Parker v. Carter (4 Hare, 413), 965. 
Parkers. Clarke (30Beav. 64), 600. 
Parker s. Converse (5 Gray, 336), 667, 

908, 943. 
Parkers. Coop (60 Tex. Ill), 369. 
Parkers. Crittenden (37 Conn. 145), 445. 
Parker s. Poy (43 Miss. 260; 65 Am. Rep. 

484), 449. 
Packer s. Gillian (10 Yerg. 394), 436, 

1657. 
Parkers. Glover (42 N. J. Eq. 559), 1210. 
Parkers. Grant (1 Johns. Ch. 630), 489. 
Parkers. Gwynn (4 Md. 423), 1689. 
Parker s. Hall (2 Head, 641), 1536. 
Parker s. Housefield (2 Myl. & K. 419), 

600. 
Parker s. Jackson (4 Hare, 413), 965. 
Parkers. Johuson (37 N. J. Eq. 366), 

1055, 1701, 1*705. 
Park rs. Jones (67 Ala. 234), 1625, 1627. 
Parkers. Kane (4 Wi9. 1; 65 Am. Dec. 
2-,3),449,431. 



Parker 
Parker 

256) 
Parker 

271. 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 

267, 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 
Parker 



s. Kelly (10 Sm. ill, 184), 960. 

s. Lechmere (L. R. 12 L'h. D. 

,712. 

s.Logan (82 Va. 441), 232, 269, 

s. McBee (61 Miss. 134), 576. 
s. McMillan (55 Mich. 265), 252. 
s. Murch (64 Me. 54), 107. 
s. Osgood (3 Allen, 487), 450. 
s. Parker (5 Ohio C. Ct. 491), 

s. Portls (14 Tex. 166), 950, 1139. 
v. Ricks (8 Joues, 447), 78. 
s. Sears (117 Mass. 513) , 1013, 1040. 
s. Snyder (31 N. J. Eq. 164), 232, 



Parker s. Straat (39 Mo. App. 616), 1400, 

15S7, 1616. 
Parker's Estate (64 Pa. St. 307), 1(195. 
Parkess. Whito (11 Ves. 209), 394,657, 

667, 1541, 1591. 
Parkham s. Randolph (4 How. 435), 473. 
Parkhurst s. Van Courtland (14 Johns. 

15), 218. 
Parkins v. Thompson (3 ST. H. 144), 414, 

416. 
Parkinson v. Hanbury (1 Dr. & Sm. 

143; 2 DeG., J. &S. 455), 396. 
Parkinson's Appeal (8 Casey, 455), 259. 
Parkist v. Alexander (1 Johns. Ch. 394), 

333, 413, 416, 987. 
Parks s. Parks (9 Paige, 107), 931,938, 

1746. 
Parks v. Parks (56 Ala. 326), 533. 
Parlett v. Guggenheimer (67 Md. 542), 

562. 
Parmenter s. Walker (9 R. I. 225), 1490, 

1491. 
Farmers. Parmer (74 Ala. 285), 1514. 
Parmlees. Sloan (37 Ind. 482), 232, 358. 
Parmleys. Walker (102 111. 617), 1480, 

1498, 1499. 
Parnall s. Parnall (L. R. 9 Ch. D. 96), 

125. 
Parnell s. Lyon (IV. & B. 479), 1043, 

1044. 
Parnham s. Hurst (8 Mees. & W, 743), 

975. 
Parr v. Eliason (1 East, 92), 435. 
Parrett v. Palmer (8 Ind, App. 356; 35 

N. E. Rep. 713), 660. 
Parry s. Kelly (52 Cal. 334), 704. 
Parry s. Warrington (6 Madd. 155), 

1253. 
Parry s. Wright (1 S. & S. 369; 6 Russ. 

542), 978. 
Parshall's Appeal (65 Pa. St. 233), 426, 

430. 
Parson s. Moses (16 Iowa, 440), 607. 
Parsons s. Baker (18 Ves. 476), 128, 130. 



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Parsons s. Boyd (20 Ala. 112), 956, 957, 

1089, 1266 . 
Parsons s. Lyman (5 Blatchf . 170) , 884. 
Parsons v. Lyman (20 N. T. 103), 812. 
Parsons s. MeLane (64 N. H. 478), 708. 
Parsons s. Mills (1 Mass. 431; 2 Mass. 

80), 1020. 
Parsons s. Parsons (9 N. H. 321), 976. 
Parsons s. Rolf e (66 N. H. 620; 27 Atl. 

Rep. 172), 708. 
Parsons s. Spencer (83 Ky. 305), 706, 

1296, 1298, 1644. 
Parsons s. Winslow (16 Mass. 361), 1025, 

1026, 1153. 
Partee s. Thomas (11 Fed. Rep. 769), 

1020. 
Partiidges. Gopp (1 Eden, 167), 98. 
Partridge s. Havens (10 Paige Ch. 618), 

307, 357. 
Partridge s. Stocker (36 Vt. 108; 84 Am. 

Dec. 664), 711. 
Partridge s. Wells (30 N". J. Eq. 176) j 

1535. 
Paschal s. Acklin (27 Tex. 173), 28, 749, 

777. 
Paschal s. Harris (74 N. Car. 335), 1510. 
Faske s. Ollat (2 Phillim. 323), 292, 297. 
Pasley s. Freeman (37 R. S. 51; Big. 

Lead. Cas. Tort. 1), 477. 
Passaic Bank s, Waddell (1 Hun, 128), 

699. 
Passinghams. Sherburne (9 Beav. 424), 

876. 
Patapsco Guano Co. s. Morrison (2 

Woods, 395), 1073. 
Patrick s. Littell (36 Ohio St. 79 ; 38 Am. 

Rep. 652), 699, 709. 
Patrick s. Sherwood (4 Blatchf. 112), 

1434. 
Patten s. Herring (9 Tex. Civ. App. 

640; 29 S. W. Rep 388), 1283, 1294, 1311. 
Patten s. Moore (32 N. H. 382), 440, 441, 

594, 595. 
Patten a. Patten (75111. 346), 183,705. 
Patten s. Pearson (57 Me. 428), 1490. 
Patten s. Stewart (26 Ind. 395), 1098. 
Pattersons. Brown (32 N. Y. 81), 452. 
Patterson s. Caldwell (124 Pa. St. 454), 

1295. 
Patterson s. Devlin (1 McMull. F.q. 

459), 1438. 
Patterson s. Johnson (113 111. 559), 880, 

1159. 
Patterson s. Lawrence (83 Ga. 703; 10 S. 

E. Rep. 355), 1737. 
Patterson v. Lawrence (90 111. 174; 32 

Am. Rep. 22), 705. 
Patterson s. Leavitt (4 Conn. 50; 10 Am. 

Dec. 98), 1122. 
Pattersons. Linder (14 Iowa, 414), 575. 



Patterson s. Murphy (11 Hare, 88), 155, 

160. 
Patterson s. Patterson (45 N. H. 164), 

708. 
Patterson s. Patterson (1 Halst. Ch. 

389), 685. 
Patterson s. Pullman (104 III. 80), 1559. 
Patterson s. Scott (IDeG., M. & G. 

631), 1353. 
Patterson s. Woolen (L. R. 2 Ch. D. 

586),16S0. 
Patterson's Appeal (104 Pa. St. 369), 

987. 
Pattisons. Horn (1 Grant Cas. 301), 503. 
Patton s. Beecher (62 Ala. 579), 49, 145, 

234, 264. 
Patton s. Chamberlain (44 Mich. 5), 61, 

67. 
Patton v. Kinsman (17 Iowa, 428) , 706. 
Patton s. Merchants' Bank (13 W. Va. 

587), 664, 665. 
Patton v. Patton (3 B. Mon. 161), 839. 
Patton s. Randall (1 J. & W. 189), 1037. 
Patton v. Rankin (68 Ind. 245; 94 Am. 

Rep. 254), 706. 
Patton s. Thompson (2 Jones Eq. 285), 

402. 
Paul s. Chouteau (14 Mo. 580), 309. 
Pauls. Compton (S Ves. 380), 128. 
Pauls. Fulton (25 Mo. 156), 388, 443, 1627. 
Pauls. Hadley (23 Barb. 521), 492. 
Paul s. Heweston (2 Myl. & K. 434), 1009. 
Paul s. Squibb (12 Pa. St. 296), 4o0, 403. 
Paul v. York (1 Tenn. Ch. 547), 827. 
Paulain s. Paulain (76 Ga. 420), 489. 
Paulk v. Wolf (34 Ala. 541), 704. 
Paullo s. Wallis (68 Minn. 192; 59 N. W. 

Rep. 909), 1477. 
Pauluss. Latta (93 Ind. 34), 1628. 
Paup s. Mingo (4 Leigh, 163), 144. 
Pavey s. Am. Ins. Co. (56 Wis. 221), 72. 
Pawlet s. Delavel (2 Ves. 666) , 686. 
Pawlett s. Attorney-General (Hardr. 

465), 432. 
Pawletts. Witter (3 P. Wms. 100), 1217. 
Pawson v. Brown (L. R. 13 Ch. D. 202), 

255. 
Paxson v. Potts (2 Green Ch. 191), 1352. 
Paxton s. Stewart (80 Va. 873), 632. 
Payne s. Avery (21 Mich. 524), 576. 
Paynes. Ballard (23 Miss. 88), 1537. 
Paynes. Barnes (100 Mass. 470), 1073. 
Payne s. Compton (2 Y. & C. 457), 435. 
Payne, Exparte (2 Y. & C. 636), 128. 
Paynes. Hathaway (3 Vt. 212), 1633. 
Paynes. Hutchison (32 Gratt. 812), 652. 
Paynes. Little (26 Beav. 1), 657. 
Payne s. Morris (5 S. E. Rep. 568), 1719. 
Paynes. Patterson (77 Pa. St. 134), 503. 
Payne s. Rogers (Doug. 407), 961. 



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Payne v. Sale (2 Dev. & Bat. Eq. 460), 

941. 
Payne v. Stone (7 Sm. & M. 367), 1025. 
Payne v. Twyman (68 Mo. 339), 651, 686. 
Peabody v. Flint, (6 Allen, 52), 478. 
Peabody v. Mattocks (88 Me. 164; 33 Atl. 

Rep. 900), 1672. 
Peabody v. Tarbell (2 Cush. 232), 307, 

357. 
Peacock v. Black (Halst. Eq. 535), 465. 
Peacocks. Evans (16Ves. 512), 282. 
Peacock v. Monk (2 Ves. 190), 661, 693, 

717. 
Peak v. Ellicott (30 Kan. 156; 1 Pac. 

Rep. 499), 1603, 1604. 
Peake v. LaBaw (21 N. J. Eq. 269), 664. 
Pearce v. Gardner (10 Hare, 290) , 10S5. 
Pearce v. Loman (3 Ves. 139), 1045, 1528. 
Pearce v. McClenaghan (5 Rich. 178), 

993. 
Pearce v. Olney (20 Conn . 544) , 38. 
Pearce v. Pearce (22 Beav. 248), 603, 867, 

876, 897, 1223, 1229. 
Pearce v. Savage (45 Me. 90), 920, 926. 
Pearce j!. Slocombe (3 Y. & C. 84), 1347. 
Pearce v. Twitchell (41 Miss. 344), 1053. 
Pearl v. Hewey (70 Mo. 160), 576. 
Pearlc. McDowell (3 J. J. Marsh. 65S; 

20 Am. Dec. 199), 13, 1314. 
Pearpoint v, Graham (4 Wash. C. O. 

232), 1364, 1417. 
Pearse u. Green (1 J. & W. 140), 1664. 
Pearson v. Concord R. R. Co. (62 N. H. 

537; 13 Am. St. Rep. 590), 411. 
Pearson v. Darrington (32 Ala. 270), 

1690. 
Pearson v. East (36 Ind. 27), 525. 
Pearson, In re (L. R. 5 Ch. D. 962), 869. 
Pearson, Inre (21 W. R, 401), 1132. 
Pearson v. Jamison (1 McLean, 199), 

1005, 1096. 
Pearson v. Morgan (2 Bro. Ch. 389), 473, 

492. 
Pearson v. Newson (28 Beav. 598), 423. 
Pearson v. Pearson (125 Ind. 341), 233. 
Pearson v. Pulley (1 Ch. Cas. 102), 1536, 
Pearson-Gee v. Pearson (1895, W. N. 

90), 1209. 
Pease v. Kelley (3 Ore. 417), 577. 
Pease v. Pattison (L. R. 32 Ch. D. 154), 

768. 
Peatfleld v. Benn (17 Beav. 522), 876. 
Peay v. Peay (2 Rich. Eq. 409), 964, 
Peck v, Archart (95 111. 113), 445. 
Peck v. Brummagin (31 Cal. 447), 349. 
Peck v. Culberson (104 N. Car. 426), 578. 
Pecku, Henderschott (14 Iowa, 40),688_ 
Peck v. Henderson (7 Terg. 18), 10B6. 
Peck n. Jenness (7 How. 612), 667 
Peckv. Merrill (26 Vt 680), 1364 



Peck v. Walton (26 Vt. 82), 711. 
Peck v. Ward (18 Pa. St. 506), 710. 
Peckens v. Oliver (29 Ala. 528), 704. 
Peekham v. Newton (15 R. I. 321; 4 Atl. 

Rep. 768), 746, 749, 1201, 1203, 1214. 
Peekham v. Taylor (3 Beav. 250), 73. 
Pedesclaugh v. Legare (32 La. Ann. 

380) 575. 
Peebles v. Reading (8 S. & R. 492), 219, 

357, 364, 432, 434, 465, 525.526, 595. 
Peebles' Appeal (15 S. & R. 39), 884. 
Peed!;. McEee (42 Iowa, 689), 556. 
Peek v. Gurney (L. R. 13 Eq. 79), 494. 
Peel v. Met. Board of Police (44 Barb. 

91; 5 Am. L. Reg. 98), 215. 
Peer v. Peer (3 Stockt. 432), 366, 368. 
Peet v. Spencer (90 Mo. 384; 2 S. W. Rep. 

434), 1408. 
Pegues v. Pegues (5Ired. Eq. 418), 527. 
Pelen v. Lent (5 Bosw. 715), 698. 
Pelhamw. Anderson (2 Eden, 296), 735. 
Pell v. De Winton (2 De G. & J. 17), 900, 

1664. 
Pell v. Mercer (14 R. I. 412), 735, 749. 
Pelley v. Bascombe (33 L. J. Ch. 100; 34 

L. J. Ch. 233), 1538. 
Pelley v. Maddin (21 Vin. Ab. 498), 307. 
Pelton v. Westchester Fire Ins. Co. (77 

N. T. 605), 198. 
Pelzerw. Campbell (15 S. Car. 581), 710. 
Pembroke v. AUenstown (21 N. H. 107) , 

308. 
Pembroke^. Berghden (3 Ch. Rep, 115; 

2 Vern. 52), 298. 
Pender p. Pitman (84 N. Car. 372), 1468. 
Pendleton v. Fay (2 Paige, 202), 3b9, 456, 

460, 1659. 
Pendleton v. Kinney (65 Conn. 222i; 32 

Atl. Rep. 331, 819. 
Penfleld v. Skinner (11 Vt. 296), 750. 
Penfold v. Bouch (4 Hare, 271) , 1266. 
Penfold «. Mould (L. R. i Eq. 562), 76, 

151, 684. 
Penman v. Slocum (41 N. T. 53), 409. 
Penn v. Lord Baltimore (1 Ves. 444), 35. 
Penn v. Whitehead (17 Gratt. 603; 94 

Am. Dec. 478), 664, 665, 711. 
Penn v. Young (10 Bush, 626), 706. 
Pennell v. Deflell (4 De G., M. & G. 372), 

433,535,1628,1634. 
Pennell's Appeal (2 Pa. St. 216), 168S. 
Pennies. Hildreth (81 Cal. 127), 191. 
Penningtonc. Beechey (2 8. & S. 282), 

439. 
Pennington v. Smith (69 Fed. Rep. 188), 

1579. 
Pennock v. Coe (23 How. 117), 34. 
Pennock's Appeal (14 Pa. St. 446), 404. 
Pennock's Estate (20 Pa. St. 268), 118, 

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Pennoyer v. Sheldon (4 Blatchf. 316), 

250, 1067. 
Pennsylvania Co. v. Foster (35 Pa. St. 

134), 659, 665. 
Penn Ins. Co. v. Austin (42 Pa. St. 257), 

1073,1074,1628. 
PennaR. E. Co.'s Appeal (125 Pa. St. 

189), 1541. 
Penny v. Cook (19 Iowa, 538), 1099, 1118. 
Penny v. Davis (3 B. Mon. 313), 88, 878, 

879, 882, 883. 
Penny v. Turner (2 Phill. Ch. 493), 167, 

614,620,627,631. 
Penny v. Wise (3 B. Mon. 313), 878, 879. 
Pentland v. Stockes (2 B. & B. 75), 1536. 
People v. Baeon (99 N. Y. 275), 1393, 
People v. Chalmers (60 N. T. 154 ; 1 Hun, 

683), 1360. 
People v. City Bank of Rochester (96 N. 

T. 32), 1603, 1606, 1611, 
People v. Donohue (24 N. Y. Supl. 437), 

30, 876. 
People v. Houghtallng (7 Cal. 348), 369, 

603, 877. 
People v. Kendall (25 Wend. 399), 381, 472. 
People u. Mercien (8 Paige, 47; 3 Hill, 

399) , 844. 
People v. Norton (9N.T. 176), 604. 
People v. Powers (29 N. Y. Supl. 950), 

109. 
People v. Steele (2 Barb. 397), 796, 797. 
People v. Tebbetts (4 Cow. 364), 962. 
People v. Township (11 Mich. 222), 411. 
People v. Utica Ins. Co. (15Johns. 358; 8 

Am. Dec. 243), 19,21, 
People v. Webster (10 Wend. 554) , 24, 25, 

874. 
Peoples. Wilson (22 Barb. 117), 825. 
People's Bank v. Bogart (81 N. Y. 101), 

489, 492. 
People's Bank v. Dening (131 Pa. St. 

252), 647, 652. 
People's Trust Co. v. Smith (82 Hun, 

494; 31 N. Y. Supl. 519), 815. 
Pepper v. Lee (53 Ala. 33), 651, 655, 686. 
Peppercorn v. Wayman (5 De G. & S. 

230), 892, 896. 
Pepper's Estate, Inre (154 Pa. St. sen i 25 

Atl. Rep. 1058), 786. 
Peralta v. Castro (6 Cal. 354), 66. 
Percy v. Milladon (3 La. 568), 405. 
Perin v. Cary (24 How. 465), 20, 730, 744, 

745, 750, 777, 1217, 1524. 
Perin v. McGibben (53 Fed. Rep. 86), 

831. 
Perin v. McMicken (15 La. Ann. 154), 19. 
Perkins v. Elliott (23 N. J. Eq. 626), 647, 

652, 664, 708. 
Perkins v. Hays (Cook, 170), 462. 
Perkins v. Hays fS Gray, 405), 126a, i_«>4. 



Perkins v. Hitchcock (49 Me. 468), 1402. 
Perkins v. Lewis (41 Ala. 649), SH. 
Perkins v. McGavoek (3 Hay w. 265), 173, 

889, 890, 896, 1228. 
Perkins v. Moore (16 Ala. 9), 856, 885. 
Perkins v. Nichols (11 Allen, 542), 368. 
Perkins v. Parker (1 Mass. 117), 1117. 
Perkins v. Perkins (1 Tenn. Ch. 537), 

652. 
Perkins' Appeal (108 Pa. St. 314; 56 Am. 

Rep. 208), 9£9, 1058, 1688, 1712. 
Perkinson v. Hanna (7 Blaokf. 400), 441. 
Perkyns v. Bayntun (1 Bro. Ch. 375), 

330, 387, 1255. 
Permanent Bldg. Soc.,7n re (L. R. 43 

Ch. D. 431), 1209, 1216. 
Perrin v. Lyon (9 East, 170), 1045. 
Perrin v. Probate Judge (49 Mich. 342), 

663. 
Perrinew. Newell (49 N. J. Eq. 57; 23 

Atl. Rep. 492), 960, 1058, 1641, 1675. 
Perrineu. Vreeland (33 N. J. Eq. 102), 

1120, 1228. 
Perring v. Trail (L. R. 18 Eq. 88), 735, 

813. 
Perry v. Board of Missions (102 N. Y. 

99), 668. 
Perry v. Carmlehael (95 111. 519), 854, 

856. 
Perry v. De Wolf (2 R. 1. 103), 861, 893. 
Perry v. Dixon (4 Desaus. Eq. 504), 383, 

390. 
Perry v. Grant (10 R. I. 334), 577. 
Perry v. Head (1 A. K. Marsh. 47), 309, 

333. 
Perry, In Goods of (2 Curt. 655), 850, 861. 
Perry, In re (2 Curt. 655) , 883. 
Perry v. Knott (4Beav. 179), 1233. 
Perry v. Maxwell (2 Dev. Eq. 488), 1689. 
Perry v. Phillips (4 Ves. 107; 17 Ves. 

173), 325, 326. 
Perry a. Vezina (63 Iowa, 25), 1385. 
Perry v. Whitehead (6 Ves. 544), 354. 
Perry v. Wooton (5 Humph. 524), 1221. 
Person v. Quiggle (57 Pa. St. 247), 1598. 
Personeaut*. Blakely (14111. 15), 414. 
Personneau v. Personneau (1 Desaus. 

521), 1218. 
Persons v. Persons (25 N. J. Eq. 250), 

366, 367, 368. 
Persons v. Snook (40 Barb. 144), 1522. 
Persona. Warren (14 Barb. 488), 29. 
Petchu, Tutim (ISMees. & W 110), 33. 
Peter v. Beverly (10 Pet. 532), 60,299, 
1013, 1015, 1017, 1037, 1039, 1066, 1087, 
1462. 
Peterborough R. Co. v. Wood (61 N. H. 

418), 412. 
Peterborough Sav. Bank v. Hartshorn 
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Peterman's Appeal (7G Pa. St. 279), 1385 
Peters v. Tunnell (43 Minn. 473; 19 Am. 

St. Eep. 262), 576,587. 
Peterson v. Boswell (137 Ind. 211; 36 N. 

E. Eep. 845), 233. 
Peterson v. Chemical Nat. Bk. (27 How. 

Pr. 602; 2 Eobt. 608), 857. 
Peterson's Appeal (88 Pa. St. 397), 987. 
Petit v. Petit (107 N. T. 677), 721, 726. 
Petit v. Smith (IP. Wms. 7), 238, 245, 

247. 
Petition of O'Brien (11 K. I. 419), 710. 
Petranek's Estate, In re (79 Iowa, 410), 

906. 
Petrain v. Kiernan (23 Ore. 455; 32 Pac. 

Eep. 158), 318. 
Petre v. Espinasse (2 Myl. &K. 496), 

273, 278. 
Petrie v. Badenoch (102 Mich. 45; 60 N. 

W. Eep. 449), 1178. 
Petrie v. Clark (11 S. & E. 377), 440, 456, 

457, 1656, 1659, 1662. 
Pettingill i>. Pettingill (60 Me. 411), 853, 

855, 885. 
Pettiton v. Hippie (90 111. 420), 562. 
Pettus v. Wallace (29 Ark. 476), 962,1600. 
Petty v. Booth (19 Ala. 633), 654. 
Pettyjohn v. Liebscher (92 Ga. 149; 17 

S. E. Eep. 1007), 1186. 
Petzholdr. Petzhold (53 Minn. 39; 54 

N. W. Eep. 933), 310. 
Pewterers' Co. v. Christ's Hospital (1 

Vera. 161), 819. 
Peybody v. Tarbell (2 Cush. 232), 270. 
Peynado v. Peynado (82 Ey. 5), 18, 746, 

748. 
Peyton v. Bladwell (1 Vera. 240), 545 
Peyton v. Bury (2 P. Wms. 626), 980, 

1046. 
Peyton©. Enos (16 La. Ann. 135), 1183. 
Peyton's Trusts, In re (L. R. 7 Kq. 463), 

1118, 1132. 
Pfeifer v. Dargan (14 S. Car. 44), 1369. 
Pfeifferu. Lyttle (58 Pa. St. 386), 355. 
Phalan v. Louisville Safety Vault & 

Trust Co. (10 S. W. Eep. 10), 1553. 
Phalens. Clark (19 Conn. 421), 470. 
Pharisu. Leachman (20 Ala. 663), 1630. 
Phayre v. Peree (3 Dow. 29), 432, 535. 
Phelps v. Curtis (80 111. 109) , 1367. 
Phelps, Ex parte (9 Mod. 357), 974, 1575. 
Phelps v. Harris (51 Miss. 789), 1076, 

1119. 
Phelps v. Harris (101 U. S. 370), 1076. 
Phelps v. Jackson (31 Ark. 272), 377, 388. 
Phelps v. Phelps (72 111. 545; 22 Am. 

Eep. 149), 101. 
Phelps v. Pond (23 X. Y. 69), 820. 
Phelps v. Seeley (22 Gratt. 573), 50, 60, 
232.- 

I 



Phelps v. White (L. E. 7 Ir. 160), 475, 

477. 
Phelps' Settlement, In re (L. E. 31 Ch. 

D. 351), 869. 
Phene v. Gillan (B Hare, 6), 877. 
Phene's Trusts, Z»re(L. E. 5 Eq. 346), 

626, 641. 
Phettiplace v. Sayles (4 Mason, 312), 

282. 
Philadelphia v. Elliott (3 Eawle, 170) , 

749. 
Philadelphia v. Pox (64 Pa. St. 169), 

749, 756, 759. 
Philadelphia v. Girard (45 Pa. St. 9; 84 

Am. Dec. 470), 20, 96, 762, 763, 776. 
Philadelphia Nat. Bank v. Dowd (38 

Fed. Eep. 172), 1607, 1630. 
Philadelphia & E E. Co. v. Lehigh, C. 

& N. Co. (36 Pa. St. 204), 1089. 
Philanthropic Soc. v. Kemp (4 Beav. 

581), 804. 
Philbroobe v. Delano (29 Me. 410), 72, 

239, 264, 578. 
Phillippl v. Phillippi (115 U. S. 151), 

1536. 
Phillips v. Anderson (2 Sneed, 520), 

836. 
Phillips v. Annesley (2 Atk. 58; 1 Bro. 

Ch. 105), 839. 
Phillips v. Bank of Lewiston (6 Harris, 

394), 1117. 
Phillips v. Bury (1 Eaym. 5; Comf. 265; 

Holt, 715; 2 Show. 360; 4 Mod. 106; 

Skin. 447), 785. 
Phillips v. Bustard (1 B. Mon. 348), 

1686, 1690. 
Phillips??. Brydges (3Ves. 126), 30, 977. 
Phillips v. Crammond (2 Wash. C. C. 

441), 43, 185, 187,363, 532. 
Phillips v. Duke of Bucks (1 Vera. 227), 

528. 
Phillips v. Eastwood (D. & G. t. Sugd. 

289), 1030. 
Phillips v. Edwards (33 Beav. 440), 1080. 
Phillips v. Everar'd (5 Sim. 102), 1241. 
Phillips, Ex parte (19 Ves. 122), 827, 828, 

830. 
Phillips v. Frye (14 Allen, 38) , 147. 
Phillips v. Garth (3 Bro. Ch. 64), 624. 
Phillips v. Graves (20 Ohio St. 391; 5 

Am. Eep. 675), 659, 709. 
Phillips v. Harrow (61 N. W. Eep. 434), 

734, 736, 738, 750. 
Phillips v. Hassell (10 Humph. 197), 675. 
Phillips v. Hollingsworth (21 Beav. 

112), 624. 
Phillips v. Homfray (L. E. 6Ch. App. 

770), 489, 492. 
Phillips v. James (2 Drew. & S. 404), 101, 

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Phillips ©. Jones (3 De G., J. & S. 72), 

105. 
Phillips v. Lamar (27 Ga. 227; 73 Am. 

Dec. 731), 1187. 
Phillips ©. Medbury (7 Conn. 668), 1042, 

1043. 
Phillips ©. Meyers (82 111. 67; 26 Am. 

Kep. 295), 721, 722. 
Phillips ©. Mullings (7 Ch. App. 244), 

163, 272, 277, 293, 294. 
Phillips ©. Munnings (2 Myl. & Cr. 309), 

867, 1536. 
Phillips©. Overflew (100 Mo. 466; 13 S. 

W. Sep. 706), 307, 532, 1630, 1747. 
Phillips ©. Phillips (1 Ch. Cas. 292), 593. 
Phillips ©. Phillips (1 Myl. & K. 661), 

242, 261. 
Phillips ©. Phillips (112 N. T. 197), 120, 

128. 
Phillips ©. Prevost (4 Johns. Ch. 205), 

435. 
Phillips ». Schall (21 Mo. App. 38), 

690. 
Phillips v. Sinclair (20 Me. 269), 462. 
Phillips ©. So. Park Commrs. (119 111. 

626), 72. 
Phillips©. Stewart (59 Mo. 491), 1498. 
Phillips ©. Thompson (1 Johns. Ch. 

131), 198,219, 1686,1690. 
Phillips v. Ward (51 Mo. 295), 949, 1053. 
Phillips' Acad. ©. King (12 Mass. 546), 

18, 20. 
Phillips' Appeal (80 Pa. St. 472), 1308. 
Phillipson ©. Carey (32 Beav. 628), 163. 
Phillipson©. Gatty (7 Hare, 516), 1205, 

1263, 1543, 1545. 
Phillipson©. Kerry (32 Beav. 628), 274, 

294. 
Philomath College ©. Wyatt (27 Ore. 

390; 37 Pac. Eep. 1022), 793. 
Philpott ©. Elliott (4 Md. Ch. 273) , 71. 
Philpott v. Penn (91 Mo. 38), 358, 363. 
Phipard ©. Phipard (55 Hun, 433) , 55. 
Phippen ©. Durham (8 Gratt. 457), 1369. 
Phoenix j). Livingstone (101 N. Y. 451), 

1687, 1706, 1707. 
PhcenixBank ©. Sullivan (9 Pick. 410), 

1384. 
Phoenix Ins. Co. ©. Abbott (127 Mass. 

561), 698. 
Phoenix Life Assur. Co., In re (2 Johns. 

&Hem. 229), 962. 
Phosnix Mut. L. Ins. Co. ©. Grant (3 Mc- 

Arthur, 42), 1515, 1516. 
Phrene's Trusts, In re (L. B. 5 Eq. 347), 

166. 
Phyf e ©. Warden (5 Paige, 268) , 398. 
Piatt ©. Oliver (2 McLean, 267), 185, 416. 
Piatt ©. Vattier (9 Pet. 405; 1 McLean, 

M6), 461,464,467,1541. 



Pickard ©. Anderson (L. B. 13 Eq. 608), 

1102. 
Pickard ©. HIne (L. E. 6 Oh. 274), 645, 

656,694, 697, 698. 
Pickard ©. Eoberts (3 Madd. 364), 676. 
Pickens©. Doris (20 Mo. App. 1), 1283. 
Pickering v. Coates (10 Phila. 65), 52, 

671. 
Pickering ©. Dawson (4 Taunt. 779), 477. 
Pickering©. Langdon (22 Me. 213), 924. 
Pickering v. Pickering (4 Myl. & Cr. 

303), 1168, 1177. 
Pickering ©. Shotwell (10 Pa. St. 27), 18, 

21, 22, 596, 749, 762. 
Pickering ©. Stamford (2 Ves. Jr. 280) , 

1540, 1541. 
Pickering©. Vowles (1 Bro. Ch. 198), 

397, 1164. 
Picket ©. Johns (1 Dev. Bq. 123), 723. 
Pickett v. Foster (149 U. S. 609; 13 S. C. 

Eep. 998), 179. 
Pickett ©. Jones (63 Mo. 196), 1461, 1460. 
Pickett ©. Loggon (14 Ves. 214), 394, 470, 

480. 
Pickett ©. School Dlst. (25 Wis. 551), 411. 
Pickstock ©. Lyster (3 Maule & Selw. 

371), 1380. 
Picquet©. Swan (4 Mason, 456), 11, 25, 98. 
Pidlock ©. Bishop (3 B. & C. 605), 472, 

487, 492. 
Piedmont, etc. Co. ©. Piedmont Foun- 
dry, etc. Co. (11 So. Eep. 332), 504. 
Pierce ©. Brady (23 Beav. 64), 1116. 
Pierce ©. Burroughs (58 N". H. 302), 1434. 
Pierce ©. Fort (60 Tex. 464), 47. 
Pierce©. Grimby (77 Mich. 273), 1447, 

1502. 
Pierce©. Hower (124 Ind. 626; 42 N. E. 

Eep. 223), 347. 
Pierce ©. McKeehan (3 Pa. St. 136), 357. 
Pierce ©. McKeehan (3 W. & S. 280), 183, 

969. 
Pierce©. O'Brien (129 Mass. 314), 1383. 
Pierce ©. Eed Bluff Hotel (31 Cal. 160), 

444. 
Pierce ©. Thornely (2 Sim. 167), 976. 
Pierce ©. Waring (1 P. Wms. 121), 286, 

287. 
Pierce ©. Weaver (65 Tex. 44), 749, 866, 

870. 
Piercy ©. Eoberts (1 Myl. &K. 4), 1638. 
Pierson ©. Armstrong (1 Iowa, 282; 63 

Am. Dec. 440), 1638. 
Piersoa ©. David (1 Iowa, 29), 575. 
Pierson©. Garnet (2 Bro. Ch. 38), 119, 

128, 130. 
Pierson v. Lunn (25 N. J. Eq. 390), 708. 
Pierson ©. Manning (2 Mich. 445), 1368, 

1392. 
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Pierson v. Thompson (1 Edw. Ch. 212), 

788. 
Piety v. Stace (4 Veg. 620), 330, 387, 1255. 
Pike v. Baldwin (68 Iowa, 26a), 992, 1319. 
Pike v. Fay (101 Mass. 134), 474. 
Pike v. Fitzgibbon (L. E. 17 Ch. D. 454), 

645, 668, 692, 696, 697. 
Pilcher v. Flinn (30 Ind. 202), 1540. 
Pilcher v. McHenry (14 Lea, 77), 111. 
Pilkington v. Bailey (7 Bro. P. 0. 526), 

72. 
Pilkington ». Boughey (12 Sim. 114), 

128, 255. 
Pillars v. MeConnell (141 Ind. 670; 40 N. 

E. Kep. 689), 428. 
Pillers v. Edwards (1894, W. N. 212), 

667. 
Pilling v. Armitage (12Ves. 78), 608. 
Pillow v. Shannon (3 Terg. 308), 440. 
Pillow tf. Wade (31 Ark. 678), 934. 
Pilmore v. Hood (6 Scott, 827), 479. 
Pirn v. Downing (11 S. & E. 66), 1202, 

1236. 
Pinchain v. Collard (13 Tex. 333), 578. 
Pinckard v. Pinckard (24 Ala. 250), 1690. 
Pinckard v. Wood (8 Gratt. 140), 456. 
Pindall v. Trevor (30 Ark. 249), 204, 388, 

414, 434, 533. 
Pine v. Cooper (17 Beav. 187), 1436. 
Pink v. De Tuisey (2 Madd. 157), 999. 
Pinkard v. Pinkard (2 Ala. 649), 151. 
Pinkston v. Brewster (14 Ala. 315), 1402, 

1537. 
Pinkston v. Semple (92 Ala. 569; 9 So. 

Eep. 329), 1284, 1285, 1313, 1314. 
Pinneyti. Fellows (15 Vt. 625), 47, 61, 

197, 308, 362, 371. 
Pinney v. Newton (66 Conn. 141; 33 At!. 

Eep. 591), 859,1205. 
Pinnock v. Clough (16 Vt. 508), 48, 369. 
Pinson v. Gilbert (57 Ala. 35), 1257. 
Pinson v. Ivery (1 Terg. 297), 461, 1537. 
Pinson v. McGeehee (44 Miss. 229), 852. 
Pintarda. Goodloe (Hempst. 520), 690. 
Piper v. Hoard (107 N. T. 73; 1 Am. St. 

Rep. 789), 542,543,877. 
Piper v. Moulton (72 Me. 155), 734,748, 

755. 
Pipher v. Lodge (4 S, & E. 315), 392. 
Pippenji. Wesson (74 N. Car. 437), 709. 
Pistor v. Dunbar (1 Aust. 107), 1056, 1057. 
Pitcairn v. Ogbourne (2 Ves. 375), 546. 
Pitcher i;. Helliar (2 Dick. 580), 842. 
Pitcher v. Rigby (9 Price, 79), 425. 
Pitkin v. Pitkin (1 Conn. 307), 1210. 
Pitney v. Everson (42 N. J. Eq. 361), 

1706. 
Pitney v. Leonard (1 Paige, 461), 453. 
Pitt v. Jackson (2 Bro. Ch. 51), 672, 965. 
Pitt v. Pelham (2 Freem. 134), 180. 



Pitt v. Petrovey (12 Ired. 16), 414. 
Pitt ii. Pitt (22 Beav. 294), 978. 
Pitt v. Eaymond (2 Atk. 434), 1148. 
Pittman v. Pittman (107 N. Car. 169; 12 

S. E. Eep. 61), 63. 
Pitts v. Parker (42 Miss. 247), 576, 585. 
Plank v. Schermerhorn (3 Barb. Ch. 

644), 99, 865, 1367, 1394. 
Plants. Plant (44 N. J. Eq. 18), 308. 
Planters' Bank v. Bass (2 La. Ann. 

430), 1054. 
Planters' Merchant Bank v. Clark (7 

Ala. 765), 1366. 
Planters' Bank v. Prater (64 Ga. 609), 

388, 1632. 
Platamore v. Staple (Coop. 250), 264. 
Piatt v. Iron Exchange Bank (83 Wis. 

358), 1053. 
Piatt v. Preston (3 Fed. Eep. 894), 1409. 
Player v. Nichols (1 B. & Or. 142), 923, 

926, 942, 1267. 
PlayJair v. Cooper (17 Beav. 187), 1435. 
Pleasanton's Appeal (99 Pa. St. 362), 

1120, 1210. 
Pleasant's Appeal (77 Pa. St. 356), 1210, 

1217. 
Pleasants v. Glasscock (1 Sm. & M. 17), 

88. 
Plimpton v. Fuller (11 Allen, 139), 1150. 
Ploughboy, The (1 Gall. 41), 460. 
Plum «. Studebaker Bros. Co. (89 Miss. 

162), 1510. 
Plumb v. Cooper (121 Mo. 668), 360. 
Plumb v. Fluitt (2 Aust. 432), 453. 
Plume & Atwood Co. v. Caldwell (136 

111. 163), 1408. 
Plumer v. Eead (2 Wright, 46), 416. 
Plunket v. Carew (1 Hill Ch. 169), 1408. 
Plymouth v. Jackson (15 Pa. St. 44), 

1217. 
Plympton «. Dispensary (106 Mass. 544), 

1434. 
Plympton v. Fuller (11 Allen, 140), 1324. 
Plympton v. Plympton (6 Allen, 178), 

1218. 
Poad v. Watson (37 Eng. L. & Eq. 112), 

924. 
Poage v. Bell (8 Leigh, 604), 956, 1053. 
Pocock v. Attorney-General (L. E. 3Ch. 

D.342), 735. 
Pocock v. Eedington (5 Ves. 794), 386, 

1004, 1102, 1203, 1204, 1255. 
Podmore v. Gunning (5 Sim. 485), 608, 

511, 513. 
Poe v. Paxton (26 W. Va. 607), 571, 578, 

585, 590. 
Poehlman v. Kennedy (48 Cal. 201), 

1364. 
Poillon v. Martin (1 Sandf . Ch. 569), 413, 

425, 426. 



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Poindexter s. Cold (86 N. H. 656; 22 Atl. 

Rep. 860), 1312,1313. 
Poindexter s. Jeffries (15 Gratt. 363), 

675. 
Pole v. Pole (1 Ves. 76; 2 Dr. & Sm. 420) , 

27, 1426. 
Polls s. Tiee (28 N. J. Eg.. 432), 1692. 
Pollard s. Cleveland (43 Ala. 102), 704. 
Pollard, Ex parte (3 Mont. & Ayr. 340) , 

35. 
Pollard s. Lathrop (12 Colo. 171), 1694. 
Pollard s. Merrill (15 Ala. 169), 656. 
Pollard Union Nat. Bank (4 Mo. App. 

408), 1745. 
Pollexfen v. Moore (3 Atk. 273), 437, 

893. 
Polley v. Johnson (52 Kan. 478; 35 Pac. 

Rep. 8), 266. 
Polly Hodeie's Estate, In re (63 Vt. 661), 

1597. 
Pomeroy s. Manhattan Life Ins. Co. 

(40111. 398), 659, 705. 
Pomfret s. Windson (2 Ves. Sr. 487), 1529, 

1536. 
Pomroys. Lewis (14 R. I. 349), 884. 
Pond s. Carpenter (12 Minn. 430), 664, 

707. 
Pond s. Hine (21 Conn. 619), 883, 892. 
Pond s. Skeen (2 Lea, 126), 675, 682. 
Ponder v. MeGruder (42 Ga. 242), 949, 

1053. 
Pool v. Dial (10 S. Car. 440), 993, 1046, 1138, 

1342. 
Pool s. Harrison (18 Ala. 515), 269. 
Pools. Pass (IBeav. 600), 956,1058,1357. 
Pooler. Bate (11 Hare, 33), 1041. 
Pooler. Munday (103 Mass. 174), 1221, 

1544. 
Pooley s. Quilter (4 Drew. 189), 394, 395. 
Poors. Considine (6 Wall. 458), 262. 
Poor s. Williams (38 Miss. 546), 327. 
Poor of Chelmsford s. Mildmay (Duke, 

83), 782. 
Pope s. Bank (56 Vt. 284), 79. 
Popes. Brandon (2 Stew. 401), 1411. 
Pope s. Elliott (8 B. Mon. 56), 1269, 1644. 
Pope s. Earnesworth (146 Mass. 329), 

1591. 
Pope s. Matthews (18 S. Car. 444), 1210. 
Pope s. Pope (10 Sim. 1), 125, 134. 
Popes. Whitcomb (3 Meriv. 689), 622, 

624, 629, 632, 633, 1001. 
Pope's Exrs. s. Elliott (3 B. Mon. 56), 

228. 
Popham s. Bamfleld (1 Vern. 79), 927, 

1326. 
Popham v. Brook (5 Russ. 8), 431, 541. 
Porch s. Eries (18 N. J. Eq. 204), 708. 
Porcher v. McDaniels (12Rich. Eq. 349), 
665. 



Port s. Russell (36 Ind. 60; 10 Am. Rep. 

5), 411. 
Porter s. Bank of Rutland (19 Vt. 410), 

62, 107, 651, 686. 
Porters. Doby (2 Rich. Eq. 49), 91, 93, 

116, 913. 
Porter s. Dubuque (20 Iowa, 440), 575. 
Porter, In re (25 L. J. Ch. 482), 26. 
Porter s. Morris (2 Harr. 509), 960. 
Porter s. Moores (4 Heisk. 25), 1122, 

1230. 
Porter s. Schofield (55 Mo. 303), 1034, 

1072, 1090. 
Porter v. Staten (64 Miss. 421), 689. 
Porters. Trail (30 ST. J. Eq. 186), 1549, 

1550. 
Porters. Wakefield (146 Mass. 25), 707. 
Porter s. Woodruff (36 N. J. Eq. 174), 

570, 576. 
Porterfleld s. Taylor (60 Tex. 264), 677. 
Portland s. Topham (11 H. L. Cas. 55), 

1007. 
Portland, etc. Steamboat Co. v. Locke 

(73 Me. 370), 1630. 
Portlocks. Gardner (1 Hare, 594), 461, 

465, 823. 
Portsmouth s. Eellows (5 Madd. 450), 

1575. 
Posey s. Cook (1 Hill, 413), 96, 913, 914, 

920. 
Post s. First Nafl Bank (138 111. 659; 28 

N. E. Rep. 978), 705. 
Post s. Hover (33 N. T. 602), 246, 616, 

1560. 
Post s. Williams (6 Ind. 219) , 489. 
Postlethwait's Appeal (68 Pa. St. 477), 

1283. 
Potter s. Chapin (6 Paige, 649) , 596. 
Potters. Chapman (Arab. 98), 1119. 
Potter s. Cummings (18 Me. 55), 1342. 
Potters. Gardner (12 Wheat. 198), 1653. 
Potter, In re (L. R. 7 Eq. 487), 678. 
Potters. Page (54 Pa. St. 465), 1368. 
Potters. Pearson (60 Me. 220), 405. 
Potter s. Potter (64 Vt. 298; 23 Atl. Rep. 

856), 337. 
Potter s. Sanders (6 Hare, 1), 432. 
Potter s. Sheets (5 Ind. App. 506; 32 N. 

E. Rep. 811), 706. 
Potters. Smith (36 Ind. 231), 222. 
Potter s. Thornton (7 R. I. 252), 749, 777, 

819. 
Potter's Appeal (56 Conn. 1; 7 Am. St. 

Rep. 272), 494. 
Pottow s. Ericker (6Exc. 570), 942. 
Potts s. Blackwell (4 Jones Eq. 67), 160. 
Potts, In re (1 Ash. 340), 900, 906, 1176, 

1575. 
Poulets. Poulet (1 Vern. 204), 1528. 
Poulett s. Hood (L. R. 5 Eq. 115), 1132. 



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Poulter v. Shackel (L. K. 39 Ch. D. 

471), 675. 
Poultney v. Wells (1 Ait. 180), 1217. 
Pounder v. Ash (44 Neb. 672; 63 N. W. 

Rep. 48), 798. 
Powell v. Attorney-General (3 Meriv. 

48), 254, 735. 
Powell v. Bradlee (9 G. & J. 274), 487. 
Powell v. Burrus (55 Miss. 105), 1690. 
Powell v. Evans (5 Ves. 839), 1144, 1203. 
Powell v. Glen (21 Ala. 468), 941. 
Powell v. Hankey (2 P. Wins. 82), 657. 
Powell v. Hopkins (38 Md. 1), 1466. 
Powell v. Hulkes (L. E. 33 Ch. D. 552), 

1194,1195. 
Powell v. Knott (16 Ala. 364), 895, 979, 

980. 
Powell v. Knowler (2 Atk. 224), 563. 
Powell v. Knox (14 Ala. 702) , 861. 
Towell v. Merritt (1 Sm. & Gif. 381), 966. 
Powell v. Monson, etc. Co. (3 Mason, 

347), 307,313,355. 
Powell v. Murray (2 Edw. Ch. 644; 10 

Paige, 256), 396, 461, 465, 664. 
Powell v. Powell (1 Freem. Ch. (Miss.) 

358), 309. 
Powell v. Price (2 P. Wins. 535), 104, 

105. 
Powell v. Tuttle (3 N. T. 396), 1097, 1341. 
Powell v. Wright (7 Beav. 444), 1732. 
Powers v. Andrews (84 Ala. 289), 1513, 

1614. 
Powers v. Budy (45 Neb. 208; 63 N. W. 

Rep. 476), 798. 
Powers v. Cassidy (79 X. T. 602; 35 Am. 

Rep. 550), S3, 254. 
Powers v. Graydon (10 Bosw. 659), 1369. 
Powers v. Kueckhoff (41 Mo. 425; 97 

Am. Dec. 281), 987, 1094, 1095, 1109, 

1110. 
Powers v. Powers (8 Misc. Rep. 628; 29 

N. Y. Supl. 950), 53. 
Powers v. Provident Inst. (124 Mass. 

377), 82. 
Powers v. Russell (26 Mich. 179), 707. 
Powers v. Skinner (34 Vt. 274), 556. 
Power's Appeal (125 Pa. St. 175; 11 Am. 

St. Rep. 882), 1541. 
Powis v. Corbett (3 Atk. 556), 1324. 
Powlettc. Herbert (1 Ves. Jr. 297), 386. 
Pownal v. Myers (16 Vt. 408), 1108. 
Powys v. Blagrave (4DeG., M. & G. 

458), 1026. 
Powys v. Mansfield (3 Myl. & Cr. 359), 

353. 
Poythress v. Poythress (16 Ga. 406), 

1576. 
P'Pool v. Thomas (8 S. W. Rep. 198) , 358. 
Prall v. Hamil (28 N. J. Eq. 66), 1658. 
Prance v. Sympson I'Kay, 680), 1536. 



Prankerd v. Prankerd (1 S. & 8. 1), 174, 

307,366. 
Prather v. McDowell (8 Bush, 46), 1066, 

1108. 
Prather v. Weisinger (10 Bush, 117), 966. 
Pratt v. Ayer (2 Chand. 265), 48, 67. 
Pratt v. Barker (1 Sim. 1; 4 Russ. 507), 

426, 431. 
Pratt v. Clark (57 Mo. 189), 576, 590. 
Pratt v. Colt (2 Freem. Ch. 139), 1268. 
Pratt v. Flamer (7 Har. & J. 10) , 42. 
Pratt v. Harvey (L. R. 12 Eq. 544), 813. 
Pratt v. Hoag (5 Duer, 631), 452. 
Pratt v. Mathew (22 Beav. 528), 42. 
Pratt v. Philbrook (33 Me. 17), 482. 
Pratt v. Rice (7 Cush. 209), 1036. 
Pratt v. Sladden (14 Ves. 193), 244. 
Pratt v. Taliaferro (3 Leigh, 419), 262. 
Pratt jj. Thornton (28 Me. 365; 48 Am. 

Dec. 492), 1025, 1050, 1051, 1125, 1184. 
Pratt v. Timmins (1 B. & Aid. 530), 926. 
Pratt v. Van Wyck (6 Gill & J. 495), 576, 

588. 
Pray v. Hegeman (98 N. Y. 35), 170, 1521. 
Pray's Appeal (34 Pa. St. 100), 948, 1212, 

1253. 
Preacher's Aid Soc. v. England (106 111. 

125), 919, 920. 
Preacher's Aid Soc. v. Rich (45 Me. 552), 

756, 759. 
Premier Steel Co. v. Yandes (139 Ind. 

307; 38 N. E. Rep. 849), 10. 
Prendergast v. Prendergast (3 H. L. 

Cas. 195), 1119, 1168. 
Presbyterian Church v. Disbrow (23 

L'g. Int. 245), 133. 
Presbyterian Cong. v. Johnston (1 W. 

&S. 56), 952. 
Presbyterian Corp. v. Wallace (3 Rawle, 

109), 1075. 
Prescott v. Moore (64 Me. 422), 862. 
Preseott v. Norris (32 N. H. 101), 563. 
Preseott v. Pitts (9 Mass. 376), 885. 
Presley v. Davis (7 Rich. Eq. 105), 1537. 
Presley v. Stribling (24 Miss. 257), 956, 

1721. 
Preston v. Ellington (74 Ala. 133), 573. 
Preston v. Tubbin (1 Vern. 286), 443. 
Prevo*>. Walters (4 Scam. 35), 263, 308, 

1628. 
Prevost v. Clarke (2 Madd. 458), 119, 128. 
Prevost v. Gratz (1 Pet. C. C. 364), 238, 

241, 391, 394, 403, 532. 
Prevost v. Gratz (3 Wash. C. C. 434), 

1688. 
Prevost v. Gratz (6 Wheat. 481), 365, 389, 

399, 464, 465, 469, 823, 1533, 1535, 1537, 

1595. 
Prewett v. Buckingham (28 Miss. 92), 

1537. 



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Prlbbleu. Hall (13 Bush, 61), 651, 686. 
Price v. Berrington (3 Maen. & G. 486) , 13. 
Price v. Blakemore (6 Beav. 507), 1091. 
Price v. Bury (3 Drew. 41), 600. 
Price v. Evans (26 Mo. 30), 390. 
Price v. Fritzell (44 Md.'521), 1367. 
Price v. Gamble (IStockt. 2.18), 402. 
Price v. Haynes (37 Mich. 487), 1361. 
Price v. Hewitt (8 Exch. 145), 3S1. 
Prices. Kane (112 Mo. 412; 20 S. VV. 

Rep. 609), 25, 268, 303, 338. 
Price v. Lovett (4 Eng. L. & Eq. 110), 

38. 
Price v. Maxwell (28 Pa. St. 23), 729, 734, 

749. 
Price v. M. E. Church (4 Ohio, 515), 987, 

1070. 
Price v. Morris (5 McLean, 4), 402. 
Prfee v. MulforU (107 N. T. 303), 1535. 
Price v. Palmer (23 Hun, 507), 568. 
Price v. Price (4 Beav. 505) , 152. 
Price v. Price (lDeG.,M. &G..308), 294. 
Price v. Price (12 L. T. 636), 1257. 
Prices. Ralston (2Dj11. 60), 1607. 
Prices. Reeves (38C.il. 457), 434. 
Price v. Seydel (46 Iowa, 696) , 706. 
Price v. Sisson (13 N. J. Eq. 166), 1277. 
Price v. Strange (6 Madd. 149) , 638. 
Price v. Thompson (84 Ky. 219), 431, 

1184. 
Price v. Truesdell (28 N. J. Eq. 204), 88. 
Price's Appeal (54 Pa. St. 472), 1540, 

1541. 
Prichardu. Parrar (116 Mass. 213), 1184. 
Prlchardp. Thompson (95 N. Y. 76), 34, 

87. 
Prichardu. Wilson (10 Jur. (N. S.) 330), 

1465. 
Frlckett v. Sibert (71 Ala. 194), 573. 
Pricketts. Wells, (117 Mo. 502; 24 S. W. 

Rep. 52), 793. 
Prlddy v. Rose (3 Meriv 102), 38, 175. 
Pride v. Bubb (L. R. 7 Ch. 64), 652. 
Pride v. Fooks (2 Beav. 430), 1681. 
Prideauxu. Lonsdale (1 De G., J. &S. 

433), 274. 
Priessinger v. Sharp (14 N. Y. Supl. 372), 

1105. 
Priest v. Cone (51 Vt. 499; 31 Am. Rep. 

695), 711. 
Priest v. Parrott (2 Ves. 160), 560. 
Priest v. Tindall (24 Beav. 244), 1232. 
Priest v. Uppleby (L. R. 42 Ch. D. 351), 

1252. 
Primrose v. Bromley (1 Atk. 89), 881. 
Prince v. Guillemot (1 Rich. Eq, 187), 

1332. 
Prince v. Heylin (1 Atk. 494), 1636. 
Prince v. HIne (27 Beav. 345), 1679. 

---'-"" Adams (10 Cush. 129), 798. 



Princeton Loan & T. Co. v. Munson (60 

111. 371), 1472. 
Pring«. Pring (2 Ves. 99), 244. 
Pringlo v. Allen (1 Hill Ch. 135), 1438. 
Pringle v. Dorsey (3 S. Car. 509), 776. 
Pringleu. Dunn (37 Wis. 449; 19 Am. 

Rep. 772), 450. 
Prlntup v. Trammell (25 Ga. 243) , 1031. 
Priori;. Talbot (10 Cush. 1), 853, 856,879, 

1020. 
Prison Charities, In re (L. R. 16 Eq. 129), 

770. 
Pritchard v. Ames (Turn. & R. 222), 

655. 
Pritchard v. Brown (4 K. H. 397), 355. 
Pritchard v. Thompson (95 N. Y. 76; 47 

Am. Rep. 9), 750,752. 
Probasco v. Johnson (2 Disn. 96), 601. 
Proby v. Landor (28 Beav. 604), 517. 
Proctor v. Heyer (122 Mass. 525), 1061. 
Proof v. Hinds (Cas. temp. Talb. Ill), 

425. 
Proprietors v. Frye (5 Greenl. 38), 1048. 
Proprietors, etc. v. Grant (3 Gray, 142), 

1303. 
Proseus v. Mclntire (5 Barb. 425), 256, 

854. 
Prosser v. Edmonds (1 Y. & C. 4S1), 39. 
Protestant-Episcopal Soc. v. Gaittier 

(62 Fed. Rep. 422), 753. 
Protestant, etc. Soc. v. Churchman (80 

Va. 718), 753. 
Proudfoot v. Hume (4 Brev. 476), 1671. 
Proudleyt*. Fielder (2 Myl. & K. 57), 

672. 
Prouty v. Clark (73 Iowa, 55), 576, 479. 
Prouty v. Edgar (6 Iowa, 353), 1108, 1109, 

1617. 
Providence Inst. v. Carpenter (18 R. I. 

287; 27 Atl. Rep. 337), 82. 
Provost v. Aubery (Amb. 336), 810, 

817. 
Provost v. Provost (70 N. Y. 141), 616, 

1746, 1747. 
Prow v. Prow (133 Ind. 340; 32 N. E. 

Rep. 1121), 336. 
Prudden v. Lindsley (29 N. J. Eq. 615), 

1059. 
Pryce v. Byrn (5 Ves. 681) , 465. 
Pryon v. Mood (2 McMull. 293), 912, 917. 
Pryor v. Baker (133 Mass. 460), 1487. 
Pryor v. Hill (4 Bro. Ch. 139), 680. 
Puckett v. Puckett (21 Ore. 370; 28 Pac. 

Rep. 65), 213. 
Pugh v. Bell (1 J. J. Marsh. 399), 356, 432, 

461, 1170. 
Pugh v. Currie (5 Ala. 446), 186, 216. 
Pugh, Ex parte (1 Drew. 202), 678. 
Pugh v. Pugh (9 Ind. 132), 632. 
Pugh v. Vaughn (12 Beav. 517), 1424. 



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Pullen v. Ready (2 Atk. 587;1 Wils.21), 

1042, 1528. 
Pullen v. Reinhard (1 Whart. 520), 

921. 
Pullen v. Sergeant (2 Ch. Rep. 300), 

860. 
Pulpress v. African Church (48 Pa. St. 

204), 1119. 
Pulteney v. Darlington (1 Bro. Ch. 223), 

298. 
Pulvertoft v. Pulvertoft (18 Vea. 84), 

153. 
Pumphrey, In re (L. R. 22 Ch. D. 255), 

1677. 
Purcell v. Buckley (12 Ir. Eq. 124), 419. 
Purcell v. McNamara (14 Ves. 91), 292, 

413. 
Purcell v. Purcell (4 Hen. & Munf. 607), 

685. 
Purdew v. Jackson (1 Russ. 1), 680. 
Purdie v. Whitney (20 Pick. 25), 999, 

1069, 1349. 
Purdue v. Montgomery Bldg. Asan. (79 

Ala. 478), 655. 
Purdy v. Lynch (145 N. T. 462; 40 N. E. 

Rep. 232; 70 Hun, 272; 25 N. T. Supl. 

585), 10, 1057,1237,1238. 
Purdy v. Purdy (3 Md. Ch. 547), 313. 
Purnell v. Vaughn (77 N. Car. 268), 

1468. 
Puraley v. Hapea (22 Iowa, 21), 1093. 
Puryear v. Puryear (16 Ala. 486), 704. 
Pusey v. Clemaen (9 S. & R. 204), 1688. 
Pushman v. Filliter (3 Ves. 7) , 127. 
Putnam v. Bricknell (18 Wis. 335), 713. 
Putnam v. Mercantile Ins. Co. (5 Met. 

386), 1029. 
Putnam v. New York L. Ins. Co. (42 La. 

Ann. 739), 715. 
Putnam v. Ritchie (6 Paige, 390), 608, 

825, 1025, 1120. 
Putnam v. Story (132 Mass. 205) , 111. 
Putnam v. Tennyson (50 Ind. 466), 706. 
Putnam Free School v. Fisher (30 Me. 

5:3), 1016, 1037. 
Puzeyn. Seiner (9 Wis. 370), 1178, 1181, 

1183. 
Pybus v. Smith (3 Bro. Ch. 340), 667, 668, 

939. 
Pye v. Daubuz (2 Dick. 759), 600. 
Pye, Ex parte (18 Ves. 140) , 76, 77, 153, 

851. 
Pye v. George (2 Salk. 680; 1 P. Wms. 

681), 327,433, 460,694. 
Pye, Ex parte (L. R, 8 Ch. D. 754), 560, 

663. 
Pym v. Lockyer (5 Myl. & Cr. 29), 354. 
Pyot v. Pyot (1 Ves. 338), 634. 
Pyott's Estate (160 Pa. St. 441), 1338. 
Pyron v. Mood (2 McMull. 288) , 856. 



Q. 

Quackenbush v. Leonard (9 Paige Ch. 

334) , 313. 
Quarles v. Lacy (4 Murf . 251), 383, 389, 

394, 1092, 1470. 
Quarles v. Quarles (2 Munf. 321), 840. 
Quarterly Meeting v. White Lick, etc. 

(89 Ind. 163), 796. 
Queen's College, Case of (Jac. 1), 785. 
Queen's College, In re (5 Russ. 64), 785. 
Quesenbury v. Barbour (31 Gratt.* 491), 

1109. 
Quinn v. Shields (62 Iowa, 129; 49 Am. 

Rep. 141), 52. 
Quinn's Estate (144 Pa. St. 444), 1622. 

R. 

Rabb v. Flenniken (29 S. Car. 278; 7 S. E. 

Rep. 597), 1734. 
Rabbitt ». Gaither (67 Md. 94), 553. 
Rachfield v. Careless (2 P. Wms. 157) , 

244. 
Rackham v. Siddall (16Sim.297;lMacn. 

& G. 607), 603, 876, 1223, 1229. 
Radbourn v. Jervis (3 Beav. 450), 1357. 
Radclifi v. Radford (96 Ind. 482), 349. 
Radford a. Carwill (13 W. Va. 572), 653, 

664, 665, 667, 668, 711. 
Rafferty v. Mallony (3 Bissell, 362), 399. 
Raganu. Walker (1 Wis. 627), 309. 
Ragsdale v. Ragsdale (68 Miss. 92; 8 So. 

Rep. 315), 72. 
Rahn v. McElrath (6 Watts, 151), 1357. 
Raiford v. Raiford (6 Ired. Eq. 490), 

1689. 
Raikes v. Ward (1 Hare, 449), 184, 229. 
Railroad Co. v. Brown (43 Mo. 294), 

1498. 
Railroad Co. v. Durant(95U. S. 576), 

1535. 
Railroad Co. v. Magnay (25 Beav. 586), 

411. 
Railroad Co. v. Mathers (71 111. 592; 104 

111. 257), 656. 
Railroad Co. v. Ryan (11 Kan. 602), 556. 
Railroad Co. v. Saunders Co. (16 Neb. 

123; 19 N. W. Rep. 698), 1542. 
Railway Co. v. Spangler (44 Ohio St. 

471), 556. 
Railway Co. v. Taylor (6 Colo. 1), 556. 
Ralnsbotham v. Senior (L. R. 8 Eq. 

575), 827. 
Rainsfordti. Rainsford (Rice Eq. 343), 

1215. 
Rainwater v. Stevens (16 Mo. App. 

644), 1385. 
Rakestrawu. Brewer (2 P. Wms. 511), 

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Rakestraw v. Hamilton (14 Iowa, 147), 

575. 
Raleigh v. Fitzpatrlck (43 N. J. Eq. 

501), 1573. 
Ralston «. Telfair-(2 Dey. Eq. 255), 254. 
Ramage v. Ramage (27 S. Car. 39), 256, 

309. 
Ramage v. Towles (85 Ala. 688; 5 So. 

Rep. 342), 581. 
Barney v. Green (18 Ala. 771), 1437. 
Rammelsberg v. Mitchell (29 Ohio St. 

22), 1119. 
Ramsay v. Ellis (3 Desaue. 78), 1690. 
Ramsay v. Joyce (1 McMull. Ch. 236), 

548. 
Ramsdell v. Ramsdell (21 Me. 288), 108, 

924. 
Ramsey v. Marsh (2 McCord, 252; 13 

Am. Dec. 717), 912, 938. 
Randall v. Bookey (2 Vern. 425; Pr. Ch. 

162), 245, 260, 1326. 
Randall v. Constans (33 Minn. 329), 619. 
Randall v. Dusenberry (63 ST. Y. 645), 

1025. 
Randalls. Errington (10 Ves. 423), 384, 

392, 393, 466, 1178, 1180, 1598. 
Randall v. Hearle (1 Aust. 124), 128. 
Randall v. Morgan (12 Ves. 74), 47. 
Randalls. Payne (IBro. Ch. 55), 1045. 
Randall v. Phillips (3 Mason, 378), 217, 

323. 
Randall v. Randall (37 Mich. 573), 722, 

723. 
Randall v. Russell (3 Meriv. 194), 1438. 
Randall's Estate, In re (29N. Y. Supl. 

1019), 1179. 
Randle v. Gould (8 Ell. & Bl. 457), 

720. 
Randolph v. Allen (73 Fed. Rep. 23 ; 19 

C. C. A. 353), 1449, 1579. 
Randolph v. East Birmingham Land 

Oo. (104 Ala. 355; 16 So. Rep. 126), 

1203, 1252. 
Ranger v. St. Western Ry. Co. (5 H. L. 

Cas. 72), 484. 
Rankin v. Allison (64 N. Car. 673), 1064. 
Rankin v. Bancroft (114 111. 441), 904. 
Rankin v. Harper (23 Mo. 579), 309, 334. 
Rankin v. Loder (21 Ala. 380), 1318, 1329, 

1369, 1376, 1377. 
Rankin v. Patton (65Mo. 378), 285, 293. 
Rankin v. Porter (7 Watts, 387), 413,416. 
Rankin v. Rankin (36 111. 293; 87 Am. 

Dec. 216), 1033, 1036, 1069. 
Rankin v. West (25 Mich. 195), 707. 
Rannelsi). Gerner (80 Mo. 474), 1314. 
Ransom v. Brown (63 Tex. 188), 585, 
Ransom v. Ransom (31 Mich. 301), 263. 
Ransomev. Burgess (L. R. 3Eq.773), 

834, 835. 



Raphael v. Boehm (11 Ves. 92; 13 Ves. 

407), 330, 1219. 
Raphael v. McFarlane(18Can. Sup. Ct. 

183), 224. 
Rasleigh v. Masters (1 Ves. Jr. 204), 

299, 1667, 1678. 
Ratcliff v. Huntley (5 Ired. Eq. 545), 724. 
Ratclifla. Sangston (18 Md. 383), 894, 

1394. 
Ratclifl v. Winch (17 Beav. 216), 993, 

1047, 1343. 
Rathbun v. Colton (15 Pick. 471), 606. 
Rathbun v. Platner (18 Barb. 272), 1356. 
Ravanel s.lSmith (1 McCord Oh. 134), 

59. 
Ravenhill v. Dansey (2 P. Wms. 179), 

1529. 
Rawdon v. Blatchtord (1 Sand. 344), 

492. 
Rawe v. Chichester (Amb. 715; 1 Bro. 

Ch,198«.),397,399. 
Rawlings«. Adams (7 Md. 64), 964. 
Rawlings' Estate (13Phila. 337), 1201. 
Rawlins v. Wlckham (3 DeG. &J. 304), 

475. 
Eawson s. School Dist. (7 Allen, 125), 

181. 
Ray v. Adams (3 Myl. & H. 237), 128. 
Ray j). Com. Durham Co. (HON. Car. 

169; 14 S. E. Rep. 646), 182, 1427. 
Ray v. Doughty (4Blackf. 116), 860. 
Ray, Ex parte (1 Madd. 199), 653. 
Ray v. Ferrell (127 Md. 570), 191. 
Ray v. Pung (5 B. & A. 561), 964. 
Ray v, Simmons (11 R. I. 266; 15 Am. L. 

Reg. 701), 75, 76, 80. 
Raymondw. Holden (2Cush. 268), 949. 
Raymond v. Rochester, etc. Co. (82 

Hun, 239; 27 N. Y. Supl. 1), 110, 1752. 
Raymond v. Webb (Loflt. 66), 1081. 
Rayner«. Mowbray (3 Bro. Ch. 234), 

624. 
Rayner v. Pearsall (3 Johns. Ch. 578), 

455, 1005, 1055, 1056, 1057, 1129, 1244, 

1341, 1655. 
Raynham Cong. Soc. v. Trustees (23 

Pick. 148), 1724. 
Rea v. Copeland (47 Mo. 83), 1496. 
Rea v. Williams (Sudg. V. & P. 697), 215. 
Read v. Hufl (40 N. J. Eq. 229), 367. 
Read v. Patterson (44 N. J. Eq. 211; 6 

Am. St. Rep. 877), 614, 995, 1008, 1120. 
Read v. Robinson (6 W. & S. 331), 878, 

879. 
Read v. Snell (2 Atk. 643), 330. 
Read v. Steadman (26 Beav. 495), 144, 243, 

246, 1560. 
Read v. Truelove (Amb. 417), 883, 889. 
Read v. Williams (125 N. Y. 560; 21 Am. 

St. Rep. 748), 614, 752. 



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Beade v. Livingstone (3 Johns. Ch. 

601), 98, 100, 103. 
Ready v. Ham (46 Miss. 422), 1054. 
Beady v. Keasby (14 Mich. 215), 47. 
Rector St. James' Church v. Hunting- 
ton (82 Hun, 125; 31 N..T. Supl. 9), 
797. 
Redd v. Jones (30 Gratt. 123), 286. 
Reddick v. Jones (6 Ired. 107), 439. 
Redding v. Rice (171 Pa. St. 301; 35 Atl. 

Bep. 330), 1042. 
Rede v. Oakes (10 Jur. (N. S.) 1246), 

1100. 
Bedford v. Gibson (12 Leigh, 332), 570. 
Redgrave v. Hurd (L. E. 20 Ch. D. 1), 

475, 477. 
Bedhead v. Parway Driving Club (7 

Misc. Bep. 275), 1180. 
Eedington«. Eedington (3 Eidge, 106; 

IB. &B. 131), 362,366, 368, 1432. 
Redman v. Bedman (1 Vern. 347), 548, 

544, 545. 
Eedwoodw. Eiddick (4Munf. 222), 1537. 
Beeceii. Allen (10 111. 236; 48 Am. Dec. 

336), 919, 956, 1108, 1114, 1115. 
Eeece v. Tyre (1 De G. & Sm. 279), 1538. 
Beech v. Kennegall (1 Ves. 123; Amb. 

67), 219, 497, 500, 606, 508, 513, 1679. 
Eeed v. Allerton (3 Bobt. 567), 1228. 
Beed D.Baltimore Trust, etc. Co. (72 

Md. 531), 1549. 
Eeed v. Beazlty (lBlackf. 97), 721, 722. 
Eeed?;. Devaynes (3 Bro. Ch. 95), &93. 
Reed v. Dickey (2 Watts, 459), 432, 435. 
Reedi>. Gordon (35 Md. 183), 912. 
Eeed v. Huff (40 R . J . Eq. 229) , 334 . 
Beedu. Marble (11 Paige, 409), 1118. 
Eeed v. Norris (2 Myl. & Cr. 361), 331, 

333, 390, 414. 
Reedu. O'Brien (7 Beav. 32), 156. 
Eeed v. Pacific Ins. Co. (1 Met. 166), 

1030. 
Eeed v. Painter (129 Mo. 674; 31 S. W. 

Eep. 919), 279. 
Reed v. Peterson (91 111. 288), 1180. 
Eeed v. Reed (32 111. App. 21; 135 111. 

482; 25 N. E. Eep. 1095), 183, 279, 322. 
Eeed v. Robinson (« W. & S. 338), 151. 
Reed v. Sands (37 Barb. 185), 1408. 
Reed v. Warner (5 Paige Ch. 650), 193, 

331,389, 415,1171. 
Eeed«. Whitney (7 Gray, 533), 964. 
Eeeder v. Barr (4 Ohio, 458), 454. 
Reederu. Nay (95 Ind. 164), 580. 
Reeds w. Wakefield (10 Gray, 514), 1017. 
Reedsell v. Watson (2 Dev. Eq. 430), 

656. 
Reedy v. Millizen (155 111. 636), 1478. 
Beehling v. Ryers (94 Pa. St. 316), 
282. 



Rees, Ex parte (3 V. & B. 11), 902. 
Bees v. Wallace (113 111. 689), 414, 1718. 
Bees v. Waters (9 Watts, 90), 553. 
Bees v. Williams (2 Mees. & W. 749), 

938. 
Beese v. Burts (39 Ga. 565), 585. 
Eeese v. Kinkead (18 Nev. 126), 576. 
Eeese v. Murman (5 Wash. St. 373; 31 

Pac. Bep. 373), 319. 
Beese Silver Mining Co. v. Smith (L. 

E. 4H. L. Cas. 64), 475. 
Beeside u.Peter (35 Md. 222), 1081,1093, 

1100. 
Eeeve v. Attorney-General (3 Hare, 

191), 770. 
Reeve v. Attorney-General (2 Atk. 223), 

928,940. 
Eeeve v. Parkins (2 J. & W. 390), 1573. 
Eeeve v. Eeeve (1 Vern. 219), 1528. 
Beeves v. Baker (18 Beav. 372), 52, 132. 
Beeves v. Brayton (36 S. Car. 384; 16 S. 

E. Eep. 658), 912, 1279. 
Beeves v. Bryee (4 Ves. 698), 635. 
Beeves v. Brymer (6 Ves. 519), 981, 985. 
Beeves v. Dougherty (7 Terg. 222), 

462. 
Beeves v. Heme (5 Vin. Abr. 343; PI. 

41) , 1043. 
Beeves v. Tappan (21 S. Car. 1), 861. 
Refeld v. Ferrell (27 Ark. 534), 574. 
Reformed Church v. Bradford (8 Cow. 

457), 796. 
Beformed Dutch Church v. Veeder (4 

Wend. 494), 941. 
Eegby v. Connol (L. E. 14 Ch. D. 482), 

560. 
Eegina v. Burdett (4 B. & Aid. 161), 982. 
Regina v. Commissioners (15 Q. B. 

1012), 952. 
Eehden v. Wesley (29 Beav. 213), 1188, 

1231. 
Beickhoff v. Brecht (51 Iowa, 633), 420, 

532. 
Beid v. Atkinson (5 Ir. Eq. 373), 123, 125, 

253. 
Beid v. Blackstone (14 Gratt. 363), 128. 
Beid v. Burns (13 Ohio St. 49), 521. 
Reidw. Fitch (11 Barb. 399), 174, 373. 
Beid v. Gordon (35 Md. 184), 946, 1066. 
Reid v. Lamar (1 Strobh. Eq. 27), 665. 
EeidD. Morrison (12 S. & R. 18), 964. 
Reid v. Mullins (48 Mo. 344), 1109. 
Eeid v. Reid (30 Beav. 388), 31, 876, 900. 
Eeidt). Beid (12Eich. Eq. 213), 47. 
Eeid v. Reid (L. R. 31 Ch. D. 402), 1621. 
Reid v. Shergold (10 Ves. 370), 623, 666, 

697, 1009. 
Reid v. Stevens (38 S. Car. 519; 17 S. E. 

Rep. 358), 710. 
Reid v. Vanersdale (2 Leigh, 560) , 151. 



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Eeidy v. Small (154 Pa. St. 505; 26 Atl. 

Rep. 602), 13, 164. 
Relfet>. Com. Ins. Co. (5 Mo. App. 123), 

1412. 
Eeifl v. Eshelman (52 Md. 582), 1362. 
Reiffl v. Horst (52 Md. 255), 53. 
Reifi v. Horst (55 Md. 42), 1362. 
Eeilley v. Phillips (4 S. Dak. 604), 1462. 
Eeilley v. Whipple (2 S. Car. 277), 852. 
Eeinhard v. Bank of Ky. (6 B. Mon. 

252), 1376. 
Eeitz v. Eeitz (80 N. T. 638), 372, 373, 

415. 
Eelf v. Eberley (23 Iowa, 467), 1540. 
Eelfe v. Eelfe (34 Ala. 500), 199. 
Eeller v. Equitable Ins. Co. (28 Ind. 

170), 477. 
Remington v. Campbell (60 111. 516), 

370. 
Remington v. Harrison Co. Court (12 

Bush, 148), 1048. 
Remington v. Rozell (106 Pa. St. 407), 

1542. 
Renew v. Butler (30 Ga. 954), 1184. 
Eenlck v. Butterfield (11 Foster, 70), 

391, 392, 393, 401,414, 1184. 
Rennell v. Deffell (4DeG.,M. &G. 372), 

386. 
RennleV Ritchie (12 CI. & F. 204), 651, 

667, 668, 669. 
Rennie v. Young (2 De G. & J. 142), 

1643, 1545. 
Renshaw's Trusts, Jnrc(L. E. 4 Ch. 

783), 868. 
Rensselaer & S. R. Co. v. Miller (47 Vt. 

146), 1702. 
Renz v. Stoll (94 Mich. 377; 54 N. W. 

Rep. 276), 64. 
Reorganized Church, etc. v. Church of 

Christ (60 Fed. Eep. 937), 311, 793. 
Eepp v. Eepp (12 Gill & J. 341), 576. 
Revelln. Hussey (2B. &B. 287), 200. . 
Revett v. Harvey (1 S. & S. 502), 286, 287, 

289, 426. 
Rex v. De Mannvllle (5 East, 221), 844. 
Rex v. Inhabitants (5 B. & Ad. 469), 1060. 
Rex v. Newman (1 Lev. 284), 733. 
Rex ». Robinson (Wrightw. 393), 1291. 
Rexi>. Simpson (3 Burr. 1467), 974. 
Eex v. Portington (1 Salk. 162), 778. 
Eex v. Wilson (5 M. & E. 140), 892. 
Reynelltt. Sprye (8 Hare, 222; 1 De. G., 

M. & G. 660), 481, 554, 563. 
Reynolds' Appeal (28 Conn. 47), 1385. 
Reynish v. Martin (3 Atk. 330), 1041. 
Reynold v. Bank of Virginia (6 Gratt. 

174), 1331, 1362, 1569. 
Reynolds v. Brandon (3 Helsk. 593), 653, 

666, 1002, 1062, 1131. 
Reynolds v. Caldwell (80 Ala. 232), 358. 



Reynolds v. Denslow (80 Hun, 369; 30 

N. T. Supl. 76), 167,618. 
Reynolds, Ex parte (5 Ves. 707), 384, 392, 

426, 905, 1575. 
Reynolds v. Hennesay (17 R. 1. 154), 577. 
Reynolds v. Hennessey (15 E. I. 215), 

1535. 
Reynolds i>. Jones (2 S. & S. 206), 595, 

969. 
Reynolds v . Eeynolds (30 Kan. 91), 309. 
Eeynolds v. Ruckman (35 Mich. 80), 449. 
Eeynolds v. Stansford (16 Tex. 291), 103. 
Reynolds v. Stark Co. (5 Ohio, 204), 10. 
Eeynolds v. Sumner (126 111. 58; H N. E. 

Eep. 661; 18 N. E. Rep. 334), 232,269, 

1535, 1586. 
Eeynolds v. Wltte (13 S. Car. 5; 36 Am. 

Eep. 678), 484. 
Eheau. Tucker (56 Ala. 450), 197, 213, 

316, 369. 
Ehett v. Mason (18 Gratt. 641), 112, 624. 
Rhoades v. Rhoades (43 111. 239), 837, 1742. 
Rhode Island, etc. Co. v. Olney (14 E. 

I. 449), 746. 
Rhodes «. Bates (L. E. 1 Ch. App. 256), 

292, 294, 426. 
Rhodes v. Cook (2 S. & S. 448), 282. 
Ehodes v. Gibbs (39 Tex. 432), 711. 
Ehodes v. Green (36 Ind. 11), 308, 441. 
Rhodes v. Sanderson (36 Cal. 414), 395. 
Rhodes v. Sparks (6 Pa. St. 473), 665. 
Rhyner v. Frank (105 111. 326), 574. 
Ehymer's Appeal (93 Pa. St. 142), 807. 
Ribonc. Railroad Companies (16 Wall. 

446), 1730. 
Rice v. Barnard (20 Vt. 479), 600. 
Rice v. Barrett (102 s. T. 161), 1522. 
Riceti. Bixler (1 W. &S. 445), 300. 
Eice v. Burnett (I Spear Eq. 590; 42 Am. 

Dec. 336) , 917, 932, 943, 1267. 
Eice v. Cleghorn (21 Ind. 80), 392. 
Rice v. Columbus, etc. E. Co. (32 Ohio 

St. 380), 709. 
Ricet). Hoffman (35 Md. 344), 707. 
Eice v. Eice (65 N. W. Eep. 103), 240. 
Rice *. Eice (36 Ted. Rep. 858) , 573, 579. 
Rlee». Tonnele (4 Sand. Ch. 571), 841, 

1561, 1563. 
Rice's Case (42 Mich. 528% 847. 
Rich v. Cockell (9 Ves. 369), 651, 661, 686, 

712. 
Rich v. Rich (12 Minn. 468), 707. 
Rich j). Whitfield (L. E. 2Eq. 583), 304. 
Richards v. Ames (T. & R. 22), 654. 
Richards v. Chambers (10 Ves. 680), 666, 

697. 
Richards v. Delbrldge (L. R. 18 Eq. 11), 

60, 255. 
Richards v. Holmes (18 How. 143), 1098, 

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Richards v. Finnegan (45 Minn. 208), 

1480, 1481. 
Richards v. Gledstanes (3 Gift. 298), 

443. 
Richards, In re (L. R. 8 Eq. 119), 625. 
Richards v. Levin (16 Mo. 696), 1368. 
Richards v. McDanlel (1 McCord, 352), 

967. 
Richards v. Perkins (3 T. & C. 299), 

1576. 
Richards v. Shingle, etc. Oo. (71 Mich. 

56), 576. 
Richardson v. Bowman (40 Miss. 782), 

576. 
Richardson v. Chapman (7 Bro. P. 0. 

318), 643. 
Richardson v. Oole (2 Swan, 100), 987. 
Richardson v. Day (20 S. Car. 412), 369. 
Richardson v. England (4 Myl. & Cr. 

171) , 1570, 1571. 
Richardson v. Farwell (49 Minn. 210; 51 

N. W. Rep. 915) , 831. 
Richardson v. Frederitze (35 Mo. 266), 

1054. 
Richardson v. Green (46 Ark. 270), 574. 
Richardson v. Herron (39 Hun, 537), 

1404. 
Richardson v. Hutchins (68 Tex. 81), 

1257. 
Richardson, In re (9 N. T. Supl. 638), 

1346. 
Richardson v. Jenkins (1 Drew. 477), 

881. 
Richardson v. Jones (3 Gill & J. 163), 

383. 
Richardson v. Knight (69 Me. 385), 855, 

857, 885, 1215. 
Richardson v. Linney (8 B. Mon. 571), 

286, 290. 
Richardson v. Louisville, etc. R. Co. (85 

Ala. 659), 715. 
Richardson v. McPherson (74 Ind. 158), 

575. 
Richardson v. Mellish (2 Bing. 229; 9 E. 

C. L. 252), 610. 
Richardson v. Mounce (19 S. Oar. 477), 

308. 
Richardson r. Richardson (L. R. 3 Eq. 

686), 70, 76, 77, 151. 
Richardson v. Rogers (45 Mich. 591) , 

1412. 
Richardson v. Seever (84 Va. 259), 52. 
Richardson v. Smallwood (Jae. 562), 98, 

103. 
Richardson v. Spencer (18 B. Mon. 450), 

1170. 
Richardson v. Stodder (100 Mass. 528), 

69, 659, 912, 922, 931, 941, 1267. 
Richardson v. Sylvester (L. R. 9 Q. B. 

34), 473. 



Richardson v. Woodbury (43 Me. 206), 

230, 971. 
Richeson v. Ryan (IB 111. 13), 979, 980, 

1055. 
Richmond v. Davis (103 Ind. 449), 18, 819, 

1524. 
Richtmeyer ». Richtmeyer (50 Barb. 

55), 1725. 
RIckard, In re (31 Beav. 244), 753. 
Rickerti. Streit (33Gratt. 663), 829. 
Rickett's Appeal (12 Atl. Rep. 60), 1185. 
Kicketts v. Bennett (4 C. B. 686), 1032. 
Rickettsi). Harvey (106 Ind. 664), 556. 
Kicketts v. Montgomery (15 Md. 46), 

390,391, 393,414,1184. 
Riddell v. Johnson (26 Gratt. 152), 514. 
Riddle v. Beattie (77 Iowa, 168), 66. 
Riddle v. Cutter (49 Iowa, 547), 159, 1728. 
Riddle v. Mandeville (5 Cranch, 329), 

593. 
Riddle v. Whitehill (135 U. S. 621), 1535. 
Ridenourw. Wherrett (30 Ind. 485), 878, 

879, 882. 
Rider v. Kidder (10 Ves. 360), 174, 307, 

312, 335, 362, 369. 
Rider v. Mason (4 Sandf. Ch. 351), 1297. 
Ridgely v. Gettings (2 Har. & G. 58), 1715. 
Ridgley v. Johnson (11 Barb. 627), 890, 

896, 1090, 1122, 1123, 1126. 
Ridgway v. Lanphear (99 Ind. 251), 107. 
Ridley v. Hettman (10 Ohio, 624), 462. 
Rldout v. Dowding (1 Atk. 419), 240. 
Ridout v. Lewis (1 Atk. 269), 717. 
Riehl v. Evansville Foundry Assn. (104 

Ind. 70), 191,533. 
Rietzell v. Miller (25 111. 67), 1049. 
Rife v. Geyer (59 Pa. St. 393; 98 Am. 

Dec. 351), 184,940,943,956,1267,1288, 

1290, 1295, 1638, 1640, 1644. 
Rite's' Appeal (110 Pa. St. 232), 1744. 
Rigby, Ex parte (19 Ves. 463), 639, 1022, 

1122. 
Rigdenw. Vallier (3 Atk. 735; 2 Ves. 

258), 215, 320. 
Riggsu. Murray (2 Johns. Ch. 576; 15 

Johns. 571), 713,1367. 
Riggs v. Swann (6 Jones Eq. 131), 47 
Right v. Cuthell (5 East, 491), 1122. 
Right v. Smith (12 East, 455), 938. 
Rike v. Floyd (6 Ohio Cir. Ct. Rep. 80), 

797. 
Rikerw. Leo (133 N. T. 519;30N. E. Rep. 

598), 751. 
Riley v. Garnet (3 De G. & Sm. 629), 927. 
Riley v. Kepler (94 Kan. 308), 455. 
Riley v. Pierce (50 Ala. 93), 704, 
Rinchey v. Strieker (28 N. T. 45; 31 N. 

T. 140), 1403. 
Rineharta. Harrison (Bald. 177), 299. 
Rindle, Inre (2 Edw. 265), 27. 



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Ring v. Campbell (6 Tex. Civ. App. 

714; 26 S. W. Eep. 295), 711. 
Ringgold w. Bryan (3 Md. Ch. 488), 576, 

596. 
Ringgold v. Ringgold (1 Har. & G. 11; 

18 Am. Dec. 250), 987, 1075, 1184, 1588, 

1598, 1685, 1689. 
Ringo v. Binn9 (10 Pet. 268) , 333, 413. 
Ringo v. Real Estate Bank (13 Ark. 

663), 1412. 
Rio Grande R. Co. v. Armendaiz (5 

Tex. Civ. App. 449; 23 S. W. Rep. 

568), 1180. 
Riordann. Banor (10 Ir. Eq. 469), 510, 

513. 
Ripley v. Gelston (9 Johns. 201), 529. 
Ripley v. Seligman (88 Mich. 177; 50 N. 

W. Eep. 143), 195. 
Ripley v. Waterworth (7 Ves. 425) , 258. 
Ripple v. Ripple (1 Rawle, 386), 1352. 
Rippon v. Norton (2 Beav. 63), 1269, 

1636. 
Rische v. Diesselhorst (26 S. W. Rep. 

762), 418. 
Rishtont>. Cobb (9 Sim. 615), 512, 1044. 
Risk v. Risk (9 8. W. Rep. 712), 403. 
Risley v. Indianapolis, B. & W. R. R. 

Co. (62 N. Y. 240), 412. 
Ritchie v. Jadd (137 III. 453; 27 N. E. 

Rep. 682), 1476. 
Rittenhousen. Hicks (23 Weekly Law 

Bull. 269), 934. 
Rltter's Appeal (59 Pa. St. 9), 159, 160. 
Rittson v. Stordy (3 Sm. & Gift. 230) , 41, 

43, 965, 966. 
RItzer v. Haber (14 S. & R. 237), 839. 
Rivett's Case (Moore, 890), 763. 
Rixs. Smith (8 Vt. 55), 1537. 
Rizerr. Perry (58 Md. 112), 753. 
Roach v. Caflara (85 Cal. 436; 25 Pac. 

Rep. 22), 75, 234, 1631. 
Roach v. Garvan (1 Ves. 160), 836. 
Roach v. Hudson (8 Bush , 410) , 525. 
Roanoke Brick & Lime Co. v. Simmons 

(20 S. E. Rep. 955), 579. 
Roarty v. Mitchell (7 Gray, 243), 958, 

1459. 
Roarty j). Smith (31 Atl. Rep. 1031), 914. 
Robard v. Cooke (36 L. T. 504; 25 W. R. 

555), 1122. 
Robards v. Wortham (2 Dev. Eq. 173), 

1150, 1324. 
Robbti. Voss(154U. S. 13;15S. Ct. Rep. 

4) , 1067. 
Robb's Appeal (41 Pa. St. 45), 333, 532, 

1688. 
Robblns v. Bates (4 Cush. 104), 393. 
Robbins v. Butcher (104 N. Y. 575), 1368. 
Robbins v. Butler (24 111. 3S7), 1172. 
Robbins v. Emery (1 Sm. & M. 297), 865. 



Robbins v. Robbins (89 X. Y. 251), 307, 

369, 373. 
Roberdeau v. Rous (1 Atk. 543), 35. 
Roberts v. Anderson (3 Johns. Ch. 377; 

18 Johns. 513), 435, 453. 
Roberts' Appeal (92 Pa. St. 407), 61. 
Roberts' Appeal (85 Pa. St. 84), 352. 
Roberts v. Bedell, (61 Barb. 37), 1534. 
Roberts v. Broom (1 Harr. (Del.) 57), 

1635. 
Roberts v. Butler (24 111. 387), 390. 
Roberts v. Cary (84 Hun, 328), 1746. 
Roberts v. Corbin (26 Iowa, 315), 1408. 
Roberts v. Croft (2 De G. & J. 1), 600. 
Roberts v. Dixwell (1 Atk. 607), 109, 672, 

965, 1277. 
Roberts v. Fleming (53 III. 598), 444. 
Roberts v. Fleming (53 111. 196), 1490, 

1493. 
Roberts, In re (L. R. 43 Ch. D. 52), 1708. 
Roberts v. Kingsley (1 Ves. 238), U4. 
Roberts v. Lloyd (2 Beav. 376), 88. 
Roberts v. Mansfield (38 Ga. 452), 328, 

1582, 
Roberts v. Mosely (51 Mo. 284), 880, 935. 
Roberts v. Mosely (64 Mo. 507) , 327, 878. 

882, 1118, 1184. 
Roberts v. Press (66 N. W. Rep. 756), 

1372. 
Roberts v. Roberts (Daniel, 143), 160. 
Roberts v. Roberts (3 P. Wms. 66), 540. 

v. Roberts (1 J. & W. 251), 974. 

Roberts v. Stevens (84 Me. 325), 1295. 
Roberts v. Tift (60 Ga. 566), 1742. 
Roberts v. Tunstall (4 Hare, 251), 392, 

393. 
Roberts v. Walker (105 Mo. 604), 358. 
Roberts v. Ware (40 Cil. 634), 370. 
Roberts v. Watkins (46 L. J. Q. B. 552), 

696. 
Roberts v. West (15 Ga. 122), 664, 705, 

1622. 
Roberts v. Wilcoxen (36 Ark. 366) , 704. 
Robertson v. Bruner (24 Miss. 242), 707. 
Robertson v. Bullions (11 N. Y. 243; 9 

Barb. 126), 18, 797, 1547. 
Robertson v. Collier (1 Hill Eq. 373), 

1438. 
Robertsons. Duncan (87 N. Car. 191), 

1535. 
Robertson v. Dunn (87 N. Car. 191), 1534. 
Robertson v. Flight (33 Beav. 268), 896. 
Robertson v. Gaines (2 Humph. 381), 

884, 885, 1037, 1040, 1090. 
Robertson v. Haines (2 Humph. 367), 

1089. 
Robertson v. Johnson (36 Ala. 197), 115. 
Robertson v. Macklln (3 Hayw. 70), 364. 
Robertson v. McGroch (11 Paige, 640), 

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Robertson v. Norris (4 Jur. (N. S.) 155), 

1511. 
Robertson v. Norris (1 Gift. 421), 1491, 

1540. 
Robertson v. Paul (16 Tex. 472), 1463. 
Robertson v. Robinson (65 Ala. 610), 

556. 
Robertson v. Sayre (6 N. T. Supl. 649), 

310. 
Robertson v. Skelton (12 Beav. 260), 200. 
Robertson v. Sublett (6 Humph. 313), 

1569. 
Robertson v. Wilburn (1 Lea, 628), 665, 

704, 710. 
Robeyt;. Smith (131 Ind. 342; 30 N. E. 

Rep. 1093), 1444. 
Robinett's Appeal (36 Pa. St. 174), 1692. 
Robins v. Deshon (19 Ind. 204), 980. 
Robins v. Embry (1 Sm. & M. 207), 1364, 

1369. 
Robins v. Embry (1 Sm. &M. 632), 1411. 
Robinson v. Allen (11 Gratt. 785), 1000. 
Robinson v. Amateur Assn. (14 S. Car. 

148), 1491,1498. 
Robinson v. Appleton (124 111. 276; 15 N. 

T. 761), 580, 583. 
Robinson v. Brems (90 111. 351), 705. 
Robinson v. Briggs, (1 Sm. & Gif. 184), 

418. 
Robinson v. Buck (71 Pa. St. 386), 552. 
Robinson v. Oleator (15 Ves. 526), 1530. 
Robinson v. Codman (1 Sumn. 128), 

964. 
Robinson v. Cox (9 Mod. 263), 560. 
Robinson v. Crowder (4 McCord, 519), 

1415. 
Robinson v. Cullom (41 Ala. 693), 395, 

1491. 
Robinson v. Dart (Dud. Eq. 128), 665. 
Robinson r. Denson (3 Head, 395), 517. 
Robinson v. Fidelity, etc. Safety Vault 

Co. (11 S. W. Rep. 806), 1078. 
Robinson v. Grey (9 East, 1), 913, 917, 

919, 930. 
Robiuson v. Hardcastle (2 T. R. 241), 

640. 
Robinson v. Harkin (L. R. (1896), 2 Ch. 

415; 74 L. T. 777), 1141. 
Robinson v. Hook (4 Mason, 151-), 392, 

461, 1436, 1535. 
Robinson v. Huffman (15 B. Mon. 80), 

688. 
Robinson, In re (61 L. J. Ch. 17), 732. 
Robinson, In re (37 ST. T. 261), 877, 903. 
Robinson, In re (3 Johns. Ch. 43), 1687. 
Robinson v. Keteltas (4 Edw. Ch. 67), 

1003. 
Robinson v. Kettlewell (4 Edw. Ch. 

67) , 1027, 1028. 
Robinson v. Leflore (59 Miss. US), 309. 



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Robinson v. London Hosp. (10 Hare, 

19) , 262. 
Robinson v. Lowater (17 Beav. 601; 6 

De G., M. & G. 272), 1036, 1654. 
Robinson v. Mauldin (11 Ala. 977), 33, 

960, 1569. 
Robinson i>. Miller (IB, Mon 93), 964. 
Robinson v. Nye (21 111. 592), 1227. 
Robinson v. O'Neal (56 Ala. 541), 655, 

665. 
Robinson v. Ostendorff (38 S. Car. 66; 16 

S. E. Rep. 371), 1278. 

Robinson v. Pebworth (71 Ala. 240), 827. 

Robinson v. Pelt (3 P. Wms. 261; 2 

Lead. Cas. in Eq. 238), 330, 877, 1683. 

Robinson v. Preston (4 K. & J. 505) , 215, 

216, 320. 
Robinson v. Rapelye (2 Stew. (Ala.) 

86), 1318, 1369. 
Robinson v. Ridley (6 Madd. 2), 607, 

608. 
Robinson v. Ring (72 Me. 140), 151. 
Robinson v. Robinson (45 Ark. 481), 367. 
Robinson v. Robinson (1 De 6., M. & 

G. 256), 1205, 1253, 1255, 1257, 1258. 
Robinson v. Robinson (17 Ohio M. 480), 

280. 
Robinson v. Robinson (11 Beav. 371), 

1213. 
Robinson v. Ryan (25 N. Y. 320), 1503. 
Robinson v. Smith (6 Madd. 194), 130. 
Robinson v. Smith (3 Paige, 222), 405, 

409, 410. 
Robinson v. Taylor (2 Bro. Ch. 589), 243. 
Robinson v. Tiekell (8 Ves. 449), 184. 
Robinson v. Urquhart (12N. J. Eq. 523), 

603. 
Robinson v. Wheelwright (6 De G., M. 

&G. 535), 668. 
Robinson's Estate, In re (L. R. 12 Ch' 

D. 188), 675. 
Robinson's Estate, In re (26 Pitts. Leg. 

J. 404), 1289. 
Robles v. Clarke (25 Cal. 317), 363. 
Robson v. Harwell (6 Ga. 689) , 73. 
Roby v. Bismarck Nat. Bank (4 N. D. 

116; 59 N. W. Rep. 719), 677. 
Roby v. Colehour (135111. 300; 25 N. E. 

Rep. 777), 208, 222,502. 
Roby v. Ridehalgh (7 De G., M. & G. 

104), 1544, 1591. 
Rocchi v. Schwabaeher (33 La. Ann. 

1364), 489. 
Roehti. Callen (6 Hare, 535), 1536. 
Roche v. George (93 Ky. 609; 20 S. W. 

Rep. 1039), 55,72. 
Roche v. Parnsworth (106 Mass. 509), 

396. 
Roche v. Hart (11 Ves. 58), 1255, 1667, 

1678. 



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Roche, In re (1 Conn. & Laws. 306), 864, 

868, 904. 
Roche v. O'Brien (1 B. & B. 330), 393, 

1540, 1598. 
Rochester v. Buford (5 J. J. Marsh. 32), 

1721. 
Rochford v. Fitzmaurice (1 Conn. & 

Laws. 158), 113. 
Rochford v. Hackman (9 Hare, 475), 

1268, 1289,1291. 
Rocke v. Hart (11 Ves. 58), 387. 
Rockford v. Fitzmaurice (2 Dr & W. 18; 

4Ir. Eq. 375), 90,102,107. 
Rockwell v. Hobby (2 Sandf. Ch. 9), 

601. 
Rockwell v. Morgan (2 Beasl. 348), 828. 
Rodbard v. Cooke (36 L. T. 604; 25 W. 

R. 555), 1230. 
Roddy v. Williams (3 Jon. & La. 1), 492, 

494. 
Roden v. Murphy (10 Ala. 804), 960, 961. 
Rodgers v. Ludlow (3 Sandf. Ch. 104), 

931. 
Rodgers v. Marshall (17 Ves. 294), 146. 
Rodman v. Munson (13 Barb. 63), 1082. 
Rodman v. Nathan (45 Mich. 607), 1400. 
Rodman v. Saunders (44 Ark. 504), 

574. 
Roe, In re (119 N. Y. 509), 1033, 1064, 1065. 
Roe v. Read (8 T. R. 118), 956, 970, 1115. 
Eoe ». Tranmarr (3 Smith Lead. Cas, 

1780),, 914. 
Boean«. Walker (1 Wis. 527), 263, 1442. 
Roger's Appeal (11 Pa. St. 36), 828. 
Rogers v. Barton (39 Minn. 39), 1518. 
Rogers v. Benton (39 Minn. 39), 1503. 
Rogers v. Boyd (33 Ala. 175), 704. 
Rogers v. Colt (21 N. J. L. 704), 1638. 
Rogers v. Dill (6 Hill, 415), 830. 
Rogers v. Donellan (11 Utah, 108; 39 

Pac. Rep. 494), 318. 
Rogers v. Fales (5 Barr, 104), 716. 
Rogers v. Hale (4 Watts, 359), 440. 
Rogers v. Higgins (48111. 211), 665. 
Rogers, In re (1 Dr. & 8m. 338), 1132. 
Rogers v. Jones (8 N. H. 264) , 449. 
Rogers L. Wks.u. Kelly (19 Hun, 399), 60. 
Rogers v. Macaulay (22 Minn. 262), 372, 

374. 
Rogers v. McLean (31 Barb. 304), 847. 
Rogers v. Murray (3 Paige, 390), 369, 

370. 
Rogers v. St. T. Life Ins. & Trust Co. (1 

N. Y. Supl. 271), 1554. 
Rogers v. Paco (75 Ga. 436), 1106. 
Rogers v. Pell (89 Hun, 159), 1412. 
Rogers v. Place (36 Ind. 577), 478. 
Rogers a. Rogers (111 N. Y. 228; 18N. 

E. Rep. 636; 18 Hun, 409), 30, 31, 992, 
1349, 1672 . 



Rogers v. Rogers (87 Mo. 257), 218, 

358. 
Rogers v. Rogers (3 P. Wms. 193), 260, 

261. 
Rogers v. Rogers (1 Hopk. 615), 382,401, 

417. 
Rogers v. Rogers (4 Paige, 516), 723. 
Rogers v. Rogers (53 Wis. 36; 40 Am. 

Rep. 756), 852. 
Rogers v. Rogers (3 Wend. 503), 1320, 

1321. 
Rogers v. Rogers (1 Paige, 188), 1322, 

1321, 1325. 
Rogers v. Rogers (3 Paige) 379, 1404, 

1731. 
Rogers v. Ross (4 Johns. Ch. 388; 8 Am. 

Dec. 576), 1576. 
Rogers v. Skillicorne (Amb. 189), 1652, 

1654. 
Rogers v. Smith (4 Barr, 93), 665. 
Rogers v. Southern (2 Keen, 698), 353, 

837,840. 
Rogers v. Thomas (2 Keen, 8), 254. 
Rogers v. Tyler (144 111. 652; 32 N. E. 

Rep. 393), 1081. 
Rogers v. Vaughan (31 Ark. 72), 1599. 
Rogers v. Ward (8 Allen, 387; 85 Am. 

Dec. 710), 698, 704, 707. 
Rogers v. Watson (81 Tex. 400) , 1450. 
Rogers v. White (1 Sneed, 69), 937, 1266. 
Roggenkamp v. Roggenkamp (68 Fed. 

Rep. 605), 311. 
Roller. Gregory (11 Jnr. (N". S.) 97; 4 

De G., J. & S. 576), 204, 378, 534, 1540. 
Rolffes. Budder (Bunb. 187), 686. 
Rollers Spelman (13 Wis. 26), 263. 
Roller v. Spillmore (13 Wis. 29), 521, 523, 

1183. 
Rollins v. Shaver Wagon, etc. Co. (80 

Iowa, 380; 45 N. W, Rep. 1037), 10. 
Rolt v. White (3 De G., J. & S. 360), 

491. 
Romney, Exparte (L. R. 14 Eq. 230), 768. 
Rona v. Meir (47 Iowa, 607), 108. 
Roofer v. Harrison (2 Kay & J. 86), 

1116. 
Rook v. Worth (1 Ves. 461) , 828. 
Rooke v. Worrell (11 Sim. 216), 1357. 
Rooney v. Michael (84 Ala. 585), 660, 704. 
Roosevelt v. Ellithorp (10 Paige, 415), 

1678, 1679. 
Roosevelt v. Land & River Imp. Co. (3 

Hun App, Div. 563), 1205. 
Roosevelt v. Mark (6 Johns. Ch. 266), 

1320. 
Root v. Blake (14 Pick. 271), 307. 
Root v. Wheeler (12 Abb. Pr. 294), 1475. 
RoperCurzon v. Roper-Curzon (L. R. 

11 Eq. 452), 1602. 
Roper v. McCook (7 Ala. 318), 674. 



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Roper v. Eadclifle (9 Mod. 187), 242. 
Eose v. Bates (12 Mo. 80), SCO, 520. 
Rose v. Gibson (71 Ala. 35) , 237, 309. 
Eose v. Hay den (85 Kan. 106), 414. 
Eose v. Mynott (7 Serg. 30) , 427. 
Eose v. Porter (141 Mass. 309), 118, 137. 
Eose v. Eose (4 Abb. App. 108), 750, 752. 
Eose v. Watson (10 H. L. Cas. 672), 585. 
Eoseboom v. Mosher (2 Denio, 661), 884, 

885, 892. 
Eoseboro v. Eoseboro (50 Tenn. 314) , 

829, 832. 
Eoseman v. Qanovan (43 Cal. 110), 492, 

495. 
Eosenberger's Appeal (26 Pa. St. 67), 

1597. 
Eosenberg v. Eosenberg (40 Hun, 91), 

1744, 1745. 
Rosenheim v. Hartsock (90 Mo. 357), 

708. 
Bosenthal v. Scott (41 Mich. 632), 1385. 
Eoshi's Appeal (69 Pa. St. 462), 789, 790, 

794. 
Boss v. Adams (13 Bush, 370), 575. 
Boss v. Crocket (14 La. Ann. 823) , 905. 
Boss v. Drake (37 Pa. St. 373), 304. 
Boss v. Eliz. & Som. E. B. Co. (1 Green. 

Ch. 422), 473. 
Eoss v. Ewer (3 Atk. 156) , 11. 
Boss v. Hegeman (2 Edw. Ch. 373), 197. 
Eoss v. Hendrin (110 N. Car. 403; 15 

S. E. Eep. 4), 344. 
Ross v. Horton (2 Cush. 591), 444. 
Eoss v. Parks (93 Ala, 153; 8 So. Eep. 

368), 433. 
Boss i>. Eoss (12 Beav. 89) , 1573. 
Eoss v. Singleton (1 Del. Ch. 149; 12 

Am. Dec. 86), 705. 
Eoss v. Southwestern E. B. Co. (53 Ga. 

644), 847. 
Ross v. Whitson (6 Serg. 50), 569, 577. 
Bossett v. Pish (11 Gratt. 492), 1470. 
Bothermaler v. Myer (4 Desaus. 255), 

893. 
Bothwellji, Dawes (2 Black, 613), 193, 

225,525. 
Rothwell v. Eothwell (2 S. & S. 217), 

1571, 1572. 
Bottman v. Barthing (22 Neb. 375), 789, 

793, 797. 
Eott v. White (3 De G , J. & S. 360), 494. 
Bonsillon v. Rousillon (L. It. 14 Ch. D. 

351), 710. 
Boutledge v. Dorril (2 Ves. Jr. 357), 640. 
Bowan v. Chute (13 Ir. Ch. 168), 201. 
Bowan v Kirkpatrick (14 111. 12), 1340. 
Bowan v. Lamb (4 Greene (Iowa), 168), 

1628. 
Bowbotnam v. Dunnett (L. R. 8 Ch. D 

430), 617. 



Rowe v. Dawson (1 Ves. 331), 34. 
Eowe v. Bentley (29 Gratt. 756), 1257. 
Eowe v. Jaeksou (2 Dick. 604), 684. 
Roweu. White (16 N. J. Eq. 411), 1438. 
Rowlands. Witherden (3 M. & G. 568), 

1057, 1115, 1244. 
Rowley v. Adams (2 H. L. Cas. 725), 

115), 1337. 
Rowley v. Towsley (53 Mich. 329), 1257. 
Rowleys. Unwin (2 Kay & J. 138), 657, 

1593. 
Rowon v. Lamb (4 Green, 468), 396. 
Rowth B.Howell (3 Ves. 565), 1145. 
Rowton v. Rowton (lHen.& M. 92), 

964. 
Roy«. Gibbon (4 Hare, 65), 1571. 
Boys. Garnett (2 Wash. 9), 912,914. 
Roy v. McPherson (11 Neb. 197), 354, 

532. 
Royall v. McKenzie (25 Ala. 363), 993, 

1048, 1122, 1230, 1236, 1343. 
Royal Wheel Co. v. Fielding (31 Hun, 

274), 1392. 
Royce v. Adams (123 N. T. 402; 25 N. E. 

Rep. 386), 873, 895. 
Royster v. Johnson (73 N. Car. 474), 

1686. 
Rozell v. Vansyckle (11 Wash. St. 79; 

39Pac. Rep. 270), 429. 
Ruby j). Barnett (12 Mo. 5), 1264. 
Rubey v. Watson (22 Mo. App. 428), 

1408. 
Rudd v. Hagan (86 Ky. 159), 1296, 1298. 
Ruffln, Ex parte (6 Ves. 119), 599. 
Ruffln v. Harrison (81 N. Car. 208), 856. 
Ruffles v. Alston (L. R. 19 Eq. 539), 675. 
Rumery v. McCullough (54 Wis. 565), 

1419. 
Rundle v. Rundle (2 Vern. 252), 362. 
Runn v. Vaughan (3 Keyes, 345), 962. 
Rundlett v. Dole (1.0 N. H. 438), 1364. 
Runnels v. Jackson (1 How. (Miss.) 

358) , 309. 
Runyon v. Coster (14 Pet. 122), 20. 
Ruppler v. Alston (L. R. 19 Eq. 539), 

726. 
Rupp's Appeal (100 Pa. 84. 53), 414. 
Rush County Com. v. Dinwiddie (139 

Ind. 128; 37 N. E. Rep. 795), 737, 747. 
Rushu. Dilbs (43 Hun, 282), 688. 
Rush v. Good (14 S. & R. 226), 1400. 
Rush v. Lewis (21 Pa. St. 72), 910. 
Rush v. Vought (55 Pa. St. 437), 715. 
Bush's Estate (12 Pa. St. 375), 1201. 
Rush's Estate (1 Pars. 24), 1210. 
Rushworth's Case (Freem. 33), 399. 
Rusk v. Lewis (32 Miss. 297), 810. 
Rusku. Newell (25 111. 211), 1625. 
Russ v. Mebius (10 Cal. 355), 2^0, 335. 
Russell v. Allen (10 Paige, 243), 360, 373. 



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Eussell v. Allen (107 U. S. 172; 5 Dill. 

235), 734, 744, 745, 747, 748, 755, 777, 819, 

1524. 
Eusaell v. Clark (7 Cranch, 69), 388, 389, 

434, 593, 1559. 
Eussell v. Dodson (6 Baxt. 16), 577. 
Eussell v. Grinnell (105 Mass. 425), 1084, 

1269, 1294, 
Eussell v. Haddock (3 Gilm. 233), 439. 
Eussell v. Jackson (10 Hare, 204), 255, 

805, 851. 
Eussell v. Kellet (3 Sm. & G. 264), 735. 
Eussell v. Kirkbride (62 Tex. 455), 577. 
Eussell v. Lane (1 Barb. 519), 1049. 
Eussell v. Lasher (4 Barb. 233), 1331, 

1404. 
Eussell v. Lode (1 Iowa, 566) , 309. 
Eussell v. Marchbanks (49 Ark. 117), 

313. 
Eussell v. People's Savings Bank (39 

Mich. 671; 33 Am. Eep. 444), 707. 
Eussell v. Peyton (4 111. App. 473), 1138. 
Eussell v. Plaice (18 Beav. 21; 11 Jur. 

124; 19 Jur. 445), 457. 
Eussell o. Biehards (11 Me. 371), 109S, 

1488. 
Eussell v. Eussell (1 Bro. Oh. 269), 600. 
Eussell ii, Eussell (36 N. T. 581; 93 Am. 

Dee. 540), 1073, 1105. 
Eussell v. Smythies (1 Cox, 215), 299. 
Eussell v. St. Aubyn (L. E. 2 Ch. D.398), 

1529. 
Eussell v. Switzer (63 Ga. 711), 52. 
Eussell v. Todd (7 Blaekf . 239) , 588. 
Eussell v. Whiteley (59 Mo. 196), 1503. 
Eussell's Appeal (75 Pa. St. 269) , 163. 
Russell's Case (5 Eep. 27), 27. 
Eussell's Patent (2 De G. & J. 130) , 33. 
Eussieu. Brazzell (128 Mo. 93; 30 S. W. 

Eep. 526), 798. 
Bussum v. Wauser (53 Md. 92), 1451. 
Euston v. Euston (2 Yeates, 54), 1160, 

1322, 1324. 
Eutgers v. Kingsland (3 Halst. Ch. 178), 

445. 
Euth v. Oberbrunner (40 Wis. 238), 761, 

916. 
Eutherford v. Williams (42 Mo. 18), 

1490,1491, 1493. 
Eutland v. Brister (53 Miss. 683), 576. 
Rutland v. Eutland (2 P. Wms. 213), 

260. 
Rutledger. Smith (1 McCord Ch. 119), 

47, 62, 59. 
Eutledge v. Smith (1 Busb. Eq. 283), 

942. 
Eyalln. Bolls (1 Ves. 348; 1 Atk. 165), 34, 

972, 973, 1117. 
Eyall v. Eyall (1 Atk. 59), 270, 326, 1632. 
Eyan v. Bibb (46 Ala. 323), 949, 956, 1054. 



Eyan v. Doyle (31 Iowa, 53), 327,432,638, 

595. 
Ryan v. Dox (34 N. T. 312), 198, 218, 231, 

321, 500, 518, 525, 626. 
Eyan v. Gilliam (76 Mo. 132), 1467. 
Eyan v. Newcomb (125 111. 91), 1516, 

1518. 
Ryan v. Porter (61 Tex. 106), 749. 
Eycroft v. Christy (3 Beav. 238), 88, 157, 

160,655. 
Eyden v. Jones (1 Hawks, 477), 401. 
Ryder v. Beckerton (3 Swanst. 80), 1205, 

1253, 1591. 
Eyder v. Hulett (44 Minn. 353), 1487. 
Byderu. Hulse (33 Barb. 264; 24 N. T. 

372), 687. 
Eyder, In re (11 Paige, 185), 835, 837. 
Ryder v. Sisson (7 R. I. 341) , 992. 

S. 

Saagaru. Wilson (4 S. & W. 102), 399, 

1342. 
Saake v. Donner (3 Pa. DIst. Eep. 170), 

661. 
Sabel v. Slingluff (62 Md. 132), 675. 
Saberton v. Skeels (1 Russ. & Myl. 687), 

638. 
Sabin v. Heape (27 Beav. 553), 1036. 
Sacia v. Berthoud (17 Barb. 15), 456, 1657, 

1663. 
Sacketts. Wray (4 Bro. Ch. 483), 666. 
Sackville-West v. Holmesdale (L. E. 4 

H. L. 343), 90, 91, 92, 93, 107. 
Saddington v. Kinsman (1 Bro. Ch. 51), 

976. 
Sadler v. Hobbs (2 Bro. Ch. 114), 1123, 

1127, 1234. 
Sadler's Appeal (87 Pa. St. 154), 433. 
Sadlierti. Fallon (4 R. I. 290), 1376. 
Safford v. Hinds (39 Barb. 625), 374, 413, 

414. 
Safford v. Eantoul (12 Pick. 233), 47. 
Sagitary v. Hyde (2 Vern. 44), 98. 
St. George v. Wake (1 Myl. & K. 610), 

549, 653. 
St. George Church Soc. v. Branch (120 

Mo. 226; 25 S. W. Eep. 218), 310. 
St. James' Church v. Church of Re- 
deemer (45 Barb. 356), 1172, 1228. 
St. John's Church, In re (3 Ir. Eq.. 335), 

771. 
St. John's College v. State (15 Md. 330), 

781. 
St. John's College v. Toddlngtou (1 

Burr. 200) , 782. 
St. John v. St- John (11 Ves. 256), 720. 
St. Leger's Appeal (34 Conn. 434), 514. 
St. Louis v. Priest (88 Mo. 612), 996, 

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St. Louis &S. F. Ky. Oo. v. Johnston 

(133 U. S. 566), 494. 
St. Louis Union Soc. v. Mitchell (26 Mo. 

App. 206), 1625, 1628. 
St. Luke's Hospital v. Barclay (3 

BlatcM. 269), 1574. 
St. Paul v. Dudley (15 Ves. 173), 978, 1432. 
St. Paul's Church v. Atty.-Gen. (164 

Mass. 188; 41 N. E. Rep. 231), 748, 819. 
St. Paul Trust Co. v. Kittson (6i Minn. 

40S; 65 N. W. Eep. 74), 1553, 1554. 
Sale v. Crutchfleld (8 Bush, 636), 608. 
Sale v. McLean (29 Ark. 612), 309. 
Saleii. Moore (1 Sim. 534), 123, 128, 253. 
Salem, etc. Flour Mills v. Stayton 

"Water, etc. Co. (33 Fed. Eep. 146), 

1613. 
Salem India Rubber Co. v. Adams (23 

Pick. 256), 477. 
Saline v. Gilraan (1 N. H. 193), 847. 
Salisbury v. Bigelow (20 Pick. 174), 159, 

1012, 1034. 
Salisbury v. Clark (61 Vt. 453) , 66, 503 . 
Salisbury v. Colt (27 N. J. Eq. 492), 1201. 
Salle v. Graft (7 Rich. Eq. 34), 390. 
Salleev. Chandler (26 Mo. 124), 1171. 
Salmon v. Bennett (1 Conn. 525), 98. 
Salmons. Cutts (4 De G. & Sm. 129), 

393, 395, 418. 
Salmon v. Downs (55 Tex. 464), 578. 
Salmon v. Hoffman (2 Cal. 138; 56 Am. 

Dec. 322), 574. 
Salmon, In re (L. E. 42 Ch. D. 351), 1250. 
Salmon v. McEoany (23 Hun, 89), 699. 
Salsbury v. Black (119 Pa. St. 207 ; 4 Am. 

St. Eep. 631), 500, 503, 520. 
Salt v. Chattaway (3 Beav. 576), 259. 
Salter v. Bird (108 Pa. St. 436), 503. 
Saltern. Cavanagh (1 Dr. & Wal. 668), 

242. 
Salter, Ex parte (2 Dick. 769; 3 Bro. Ch. 

500), 832, 841,1563. 
Saltern v. Melhuish (Amb. 247), 558. 
Saltmarsh v. Barrett (29 Beav. 474; 3 

DeG., F. &J. 279), 246. 
Saltmarsh v. Barrett (31 Beav. 349) , 1193, 

1255. 
Saltmarsh v. Beene (4 Port. 283; 30 Am. 

Dec. 525), 382, 390, 405, 427, 1101, 1170, 

1184. 
Saltonstall v. Sanders (11 Allen, 446), 

748, 755. 
Salusbury v. Denton (3 Kay & J. 529), 

167, 614, 620, 621, 632, 637. 
Salusbury v. Powers (36 Hun, 14), 618. 
Salwayv. Salway (2 E. & M. 218), 1056, 

1115, 1138. 
Sammes v. Eickman (2 Ves. Jr. 36), 1667, 

1678. 
Sample v. Coulson (9 W. & S. 62), 359. 



Sampson v. Alexander (66 Me. 182), 706. 
Sampson v. Mitchell (125 Mo. 217; 28 8. 

W. Eep. 26S), 1158. 
Samuel v. Holladay (1 Woolm. C. C. 

400) , 1445. 
Samuel v. Salter (3 Mete. 259) , 1298. 
Sanchez v. Dow (23 Fla. 445), 1534. 
Sanders v. Forgasson (59 Tenn. 249), 286. 
Sanders v. Morrison (7 T. B. Mon. 54), 

1089. 
Sanders 17. Eicbards (2 Coll. 568), 1446. 
Sanders v. Sogers (1 S. Car. 452), 1215. 
Sanders v. State (49 Ind. 228), 1201. 
Sanderson v. Broadwell (82 Cal. 132), 66. 
Sandersons. Jones (6 Fla. 430; 63 Am. 

Dec. 217), 705. 
Sanderson v. Walker (13 Ves. 603), 392. 
Sanderson v. White (18 Pick. 328 ; 29 Am. 

Dec. 591), 748, 755,788,819. 
Sanderson Trust, In re (3 Kay & J. 90), 

1301, 1638. 
Sandford v. Sandford (139 U. S. 642; 11 

Sup. Ct. Eep. 666), 519. 
Sandfoss v. Jones (35 Cal. 481), 600, 518, 

521. 
San Diego v. S. D. & C. E. R. Co. (44 

Cal. 106), 411. 
Sands v. Megee ( 8 Sim. 130), 1013. 
Sanford v. Hardy (23 Wend. 260), 474, 

481, 484. 
Sanford v. Howard (29 Ala. 684), 1242. 
Sanford v. Kane (24 111 . App. 504 ; 127 111. 

591), 1444. 
Sanford v. Lackland (2 Dill. 6), 1640. 
Sanford v. Weeden (2 Heisk. 70), 359. 
Sangston v. Gaither (3 Md. 40) , 1360. 
Sangston v. Hack (52 Md. 173), 859, 879. 
Sannoner v. King (49 Ark. 299), 14. 
Sappington v. Bolen (12 Mo. 567) , 1350. 
Saratoga Co. Bank v. Pruyn (90 N. Y. 

250), 709. 
Sargent v. Baldwin (60 Vt. 17), 158, 160 

174, 1744. 
Sargent v. Bourne (6 Met. 32) , 999. 
Sargent v. Burdett (96 Ga. 111;22S.E. 

Eep. 667), 243. 
Sargent v. French (54 Vt. 384) , 711. 
Sargent v. Howe (21 111. 148), 1440, 1443. 
Sargent v. Kansas M. R. Co. (48 Kan. 

672), 411. 
Sargent v. Sargent (103 Mass. 297), 111. 
Sargent v. Webster (13 Mete. 497), 1411. 
Satterwhite v. Littlefleld (13 Sm. &M.. 

307), 1690. 
Saunders v. Bournford (Finch, 424), 

978. 
Saunders v. Dehew(2Vern.27; 2Freem. 

Ch. 123), 327, 432, 433. 
Saunders v. Harris (1 Head, 185), 88, 

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Saunders v. Richard (35 Fla. 28; 16 So. 

Rep. 679), 880, 1181. 
Saunders v. Rodway (22 L. J. Ch. (N. 

S.)230), 720. 
Saunders v. Schmaelzle (49 Cal. 59), 979, 

995, 1106, 1107. 
Saunders v. "Webber (39 Cal. 290), 996, 

1005. 
Saunderson «. Stearns (6 Mass. 37), 854, 

885. 
Savage v. Burnham (17 ST. T. 561),' 616, 

944, 1522. 
Savage v. Carroll (1 B. &B. 265), 326. 
Savage v. Foster (9 Mod. 37), 27. 
Savage v. Gould (60 How. Pr. 234), 904. 
Savage v. O'Neill (44 N. Y. 298), 714. 
Savage v. Sherman (87 N. Y. 277), 1687. 
Savage v. Williams (15 La. Ann. 250), 

430. 
Savery v. King (35 Eng. L. &Eq. 100; 5 

H. L. Cas. 627), 393, 419. 
Savings Bankw. Scott (10 Neb. 83), 708. 
Savings Institution v. Mankin (23 Me. 

360), 1568. 
Sawyer v. Cheney (59 Ga. 368), 1668, 

1678. 
Sawyer v. Hoag (17 Wall. 610), 406. 
Sawyer v. McAdie (70Mich. 386), 1383. 
Sawyer's Appeal (16 N. H. 414), 334, 855, 

884. 
Saxon v. Barksdale (4 Desaus. 526), 456, 

1657. 
Say v. Barnes (4 S. & R. 112 ; 8 Am. Dee. 

679), 286. 
Say & Sele v. Jones (1 Eq. Cas. Ab. 

308), 1326. 
Sayles v. Smith (12 Wend. 57; 27 Am. 

Dec. 117), 1098, 1489. 
Saylors v. Saylors (3 Heisk. 531), 1760. 
Sayre v. Frederick (ICE. Green, 205), 

359. 
Sayre v. Hughes (L. R. 5 Eg. 376) , 350. 
Sayre v. Townsend (15 Wend. 647), 314. 
Scales v. Maude (6 De G., M. &, G. 43), 

152. 
Scanlan v. Scanlan (134 111. 630), 1400. 
Scarborough u. Bonnan (4Myl. & Cr. 

377) , 668. 
Scarf v. Aldrich (97 Cal. 360; 32 Pac. 

Rep. 324), 831. 
Scawen v. Blunt (7 Ves. 294), 97. 
Scawin v. Scawiu (I Y. & 0. 65), 354, 

367. 
Scbaeffer v. Sleade (7Blackf. 183), 487, 

489. 
Schaffer v. Lavretta (57 Ala. 14), 956, 

1267. 
Schaffer v. Wadsworth (106 Mass. 19), 

1748. 
Schafroth v. Ambs (46 Mo. 114), 708. 



Scheddaw. Sawyer (4 McLean, 181), 192, 

414. 
Scheere v. Scheerer (109 111. 11), 308. 
Scheferllng v. Huffman (4 Ohio St. 241), 

97. 
Schell, In re (53 N. Y. 263), 1696. 
Schellu. Merklee (75 Hun, 74; 26 N. Y. 

Supl. 1021), 783. 
Schell's Estate (3 Pa. DIst. Rep. 738; 15 

Pa. Co. Ct. 372), 1306. 
Schenck v. Dart (22 N. Y. 420), 1687. 
Schenck u. Schenck (16 N. J. Eq. 174), 

857, 859, 862, 895, 980, 1236. 
Scherinerhorn v. Barbydt (9 Paige, 29), 

1145,1148,1322,1324,1325. 
Schettleru. Smith (41 N. Y. 328), 616. 
Schiffelin v. Steward (1 Johns. Ch. 620), 

330, 387, 394, 1171, 1205, 1253. 
Schifferrc. Adams (13 Colo. 682), 574. 
Schiffer v. Dietz (83 N. Y. 300), 489,492, 

494. 
Schlaefferi>. Corson (52 Barb. 510), 189, 

204, 223, 333, 388, 532. 
Schlessinger v. Mallard (70 Cal. 326), 

907. 
Schley v. Brown (70 Ga. 64), 1109. 
Schley v. Lyon (6 Ga. 530), 92, 912, 917, 

943, 956. 
Schlichter v. Keiter (156 Pa. St. 119; 27 

Atl. Rep. 45), 791, 794. 
Schluter v. Bowery Sav. Bank (117 N.Y. 

126), 11. 
Schmidt v. Gatewood (2 Rich. Eq. 162), 

500, 520. 
Schmidt v. Spencer (87 Mich. 121; 49 N". 

W. Rep. 479), 707. 
Schnabelf. Betts (23 Fla. 178), 705. 
Schneider's Estate, Inre (71 Hun, 62; 24 

N.Y. Supl. 540), 863. 
Schnorr v. Schroeder (46 Hun, 148), 

1354. 
Schnorr's Appeal (67 Pa. St. 138), 789, 

792. 
Sehoch v. Birdsall (48 Minn. 441; 51 N. 

W. Rep. 382), 1478. 
Schoff v. Bloomfield (8 Vt. 472), 1048. 
Scholefield v. Templar (Johns. 155), 

484. 
School v. MeCully (11 Rich. 424), 1075. 
School Directors v. Dunkelberger (6 

Pa. St. 29), 952. 
School Diet. v. First Nat'l Bank (102 

Mass. 174), 949, 1188, 1189, 1582, 1583. 
School Trustees v. Kirwin (25 111. 73), 

681, 1607,1625,1631,1632. 
Schoolfleld v. Johnson (11 Fed. Rep. 

297), 1364. 
Schooner Tilton, The (5 Mass. 492), 

383. 
Schoonover, In re (5 Paige, 559), 893. 



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Schouler, Inre (134 Mass. 426), 731, 748, 

755, 907, 1004. 
Schroeder v. Jones (27 Cal. 280), 234. 
Schulters v. Johnson (38 Barb. 80), 1356. 
Schulting v. Schulting (41 N.J. Eq. 130), 

992. 
Schultz v. McLean (25 Pac. Bep. 427; 93 

Cal. 329), 624. 
Schultz v. Mayor (103 N. T. 307), 374. 
Schultz v. PulTer (11 Wend. 363), 1116, 

1145. 
Schumann v. Peddecord (50 Md. 560) , 

1362. 
Schuster v. Schuster (93 Mo. 438), 334. 
Schuttu. Large (6 Barb. 373), 445. 
Schwartz's Estate (14 Pa. St. 42), 877, 

1067. 
Schwartz's Estate (2 Rawle, 222), 603. 
Schwarz v. Wendell (Walk. (Mich.) 

267), 1178, 1184, 1686, 1698. 
Schweiker v. Husser (146 111. 399 ; 34 N. 

E. Eep. 1022), 797. 
Schweikert's Estate (40 Leg. Int. 394), 

1280. 
Scoby v. Blanchard (3 X. H. 170), 355. 
Scott v. Beecher (4 Price, 350), 1571, 

1576. 
Scott i'. Ourle (9B. Mon. 17), 806. 
Scott v. Davis (4 Myl. & Cr. 87), 394. 
Scott v. DePeyster(l Edw. Ch. 613), 

405, 410. 
Scott v. Dorsey (1 Harr. & J. 227), 1689. 
Scott v. Edes (3 Minn. 387), 1383. 
Scott v. Fox (14 Md. 38S), 660. 
Scott v. Freeland (7 Sm. & M. 403; 45 
Am. Dec. 310), 286, 390, 393, 40.', list. 
Scott v. Gamble (9N. J. Eq. 218),. 401, 

1183. 
Scott v. Haddock (11 Ga. 258), 1634, 1596. 
Scott v. Hastings (4 Kay & J. 633), 1117. 
Scott, In re (5 N. Y. Leg. Obs. 378), 

1346. 
Scott v. Mann (33 Tex. 721), 396. 
Scott v. Moore (1 Wins. Eq. 98), 105. 
Scott v. Xesbitt (14 Ves. 438), 35, 606. 
Scott v, Nevins (6 Duer, 672), 1297. 
Scott v . Orbison (21 Ark. 202), 570, 574. 
Scott v. Otis (25 Hun, 33), 709. 
Seott v. Band (118 Mass. 215), 529, 530. 
Scott v. Rowland (82 Va. 484), 647, 652. 
Scott v. Schufeldt (5 Paige, 43), 489. 
Scott v. Scott (1 Cox, 381), 539, 542. 
Scott v. Searles (7 Sm. & M. 498; 45 Am. 

Dec. 317), 1742. 
Scott v. Sierra Lumber Co. (67 Cal. 71), 

1092. 
Scott v. Spashett (3Macn. & G. 599), 

678. 
Scott v. Surnam (Wllles, 402), 29, 971. 
Scott v. Taylor (61 Ga. 506) , 232. 



Scott v. Thompson (21 Iowa, 599), 431. 
Scott v. Thorpe (1 Edw. Ch. 612), 28. 
Scott v.Tyler (2 Bro. Ch. 487; 2 Dick. 

718), 390, 455, 456, 1041, 1043, 1655. 
Scott v. Umbarger (41 Cal. 410), 403, 434, 

435. 
Scott v. Ward (35 Ark. 480), 704. 
Scriven v. Tapley (2 Eden, 337), 683. 
Scroope v. Scroope (1 Ch. Ca. 27), 27. 
Scrope v. Offley (1 Bro. P. C. 198) , 282. 
Scruggs v. Driver (31 Ala. 274), 1123. 
Scrutchrleld v. Santer (119 Mo. 615; 24 

S. W. Bep. 137), 307,344. 
Scudder v. Crocker (1 Cush. 323) , 1689. 
Scudder v. Van Amburgh (4 Edw. 29), 

452. 
Sculthorp v. Burgess (1 Ves. Jr. 91), 

268. 
Seaburn v. Seaburn (15 Gratt. 423), 753. 
Seaford v. Smith (6 Bush, 129), 569. 
Seagram v. Knight (L. B. 2 Ch. App. 

630), 988, 990. 
Seagram v. Knight (L. R. 3 Eq. 398), 392. 
Seagrave v. Kirwan (Beatty, 157), 509, 

513. 
Seagrave v. Seagrave (13 Ves. 439), 724. 
Seal v. Duffy (4 Pa. St. 274) , 1394. 
Sealer. Pheifler (77 Ala. 278), 1514. 
Seale v. Seale (1 P. Wms. 290), 114. 
Seaman v. Ascherman (51 Wis. 678; 8 

N. W. Eep. 818), 201. 
Seaman v. Cook (14 111. 501), 212, 308, 532. 
Searw. Ashwell (3 Swanst. 411), 146. 
Search v. Ellicott (18 Atl. Eep. 863), 

1549. 
Searle v. Law (15 Sim. 99), 155. 
Sears j). Chapman (158 Mass. 400), 775. 
Sears v. Choate (146 Mass. 385; 15 N. E. 

Eep. 786), 156, 157, 1620, 1637, 1753. 
Sears v. Cunningham (122 Mass. 538), 

253. 
Sears v. Dillingham (12 Mass. 358), 884. 
Sears v. Hardy (120 Mass. 524), 253. 
Sears v. Livermore (17 Iowa, 297; 85 

Am. Dec. 564), 1093. 
Sears v. Eussell (8 Gray, 86), 922, 936, 

941, 1267. 
Sears v. Shafer (6 N. T. 268), 292. 
Sears v. Smith (2 Mich. 243), 576. 
Seaver v. Lewis (14 Mass. 83), 1145, 1148, 

1322, 1325. 
Seavinga. Brinkerhoff (5 Johns. Ch. 

329) , 1360. 
Seay v. Hesse (123 Mo. 450 ; 24 S . W. Eep. 

1017), 660. 
Sebastian v. Johnson (72 111. 283; 22 Am. 

Eep. 144), 1056, 1244. 
Seborn v. Beckwith (30 W. Va. 774), 

992. 
Sebringu. Sebring (43 X. J. Eq. 61), 1542. 



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Second Cong. 8oc. v. First Cong. Soc. 

(14 N. H. 315), 749. 
Second Cong. Soc. v. Waring (24 Pick. 

309), 950. 
Second Nat'l Bank v. Miller (63 N. T. 

639), 709. 
SecurityCo.ii. Cone (64 Conn. 579; 31 

Atl. Rep. 7), 1019, 1287. 
Security L. I. & A. Co., In re (31 Hun, 

36;95N. T. 654), 1687. 
Sedan. Huble (75 Iowa, 429; 9 Am. St. 

Eep. 495), 731, 760. 
Sedam v. Williams (4 McLean, 54), 88. 
Sedgwick v. Cleveland (7 Paige, 287), 

129. 
Sedgwick v. Stanton (14 N. Y. 289), 654, 

555. 
Sedgwick v. Taylor (84 Va. 820; 6 S. E. 

Eep. 226), 1592, 1593. 
Seedbouset;. Broward (34 Fla. 509; 16 

So. Eep. 425), 706. 
Seeger v. Seeger (21 N. J. Eg.. 90), 1037. 
Seeleyj). Hills (49 Wis. 473), 996, 1005, 

1248. 
Seers v. Hind (1 Ves. Jr. 294), 287. 
Segarjj. Edwards (11 Leigh, 213), 413. 
Segond v. Garland (23 Mo. 647), 665. 
Seibert's Appeal (19 Pa. St. 49), 837, 840. 
Seibert's Appeal (83 Pa. St. 462), 1267. 
Seibold v. Christman (75 Mo. 308), 367. 
Seichrist's Appeal (66 Pa. St. 237), 416, 

625. 
Seidler's Estate (6 Phila. 85), 1210. 
Seller u.Mohn (37 W. Va. 607; 16 S. E. 

Eep. 4%), 188, 269. 
Seip v. Grinnan (36 S. W. Eep. 349), 

1493, 1499. 
Seipe's Estate, In re (11 Pa. Co. Ct. Rep. 

27), 1619. 
Selby v. Alston (3 Ves. 339), 30, 977. 
Selby v. Cooling (23 Beav. 418), 1074, 

1444. 
Selby v. Stanley (4 Minn. 65), 576. 
Seldena. Vermilyea (3 N.Y.625; IBarb. 

58), 614,864, 1746,1747. 
Seldner v. McCreary (76 Md. 287; 23 Atl. 

Eep. 641), 1649,1662. 
Seley v. Wood (10 Ves. 71), 260, 261. 
Self v. Chesley (49 Mo. 540), 1470. 
Sellw. West (125 Mo. 621; 28 S. W. Eep. 

969), 178. 
Selleck, In re (111 N. Y. 284), 1687. 
Sellew's Appeal (36 Conn. 196), 996. 
Sells v. Eosedale, etc. Co. (17 So. Eep. 

236) , 10. 
Selsey v. Rhodes (1 Bligh (ST. S.), 1),465. 
Semphlllj;. Hayley (Pr. Ch. 662), 1041. 
Senter v. Lambette (69 Tex. 259), 671, 578. 
Sen till v. Robeson (2 Jones Eq. 510), 

965. 



Sepallne«. Twithy (Sel. Cas. Ch. 76), 

559. 
Sergeant u. Kuhn (2 Pa. St. 393), 1066. 
Sergesonn. Sealey (2 Atk. 413), 830. 
Sergison, Ex parte (4 Ves. 147), 26, 970. 
Settembre v. Putnam (30 Cal. 490), 309, 

532. 
Sewall v. Roberts (115 Mass. 262), 1744. 
Sewall v. Roberts (154 Mass. 596), 168. 
Seward v. Jackson (8 Cow. 406) , 99. 
Sewell v. Baxter (2 Md. Ch. 448), 363. 
Sewell a. Crewe-Eead (L. E. 3 Eg. 60), 

813. 
Sewell v. Denny (10 Beav. 315), 238. 
Sexton v. Hollis (26 S. Car. 231), 308. 
Sexton v. Wheaton (8 Wheat. 229), 99, 

103. 
Seymour v. Freer (8 Wall. 202), 185, 186, 

299, 300, 1535, 1537, 1625. 
Seymour v. McKinstry (106 N. Y. 230), 

677. 
Seymour's Estate In re (62 Hun, 531; 17 

K. Y. Supl. 91), 901. 
Seys v. Price (9 Mod. 220), 828. 
Shackelford v. Bank (22 Ala. 238), 1364. 
Shaeklettu. Polk (51 Miss. 378), 707. 
Shacklett v. Ransom (54 Ga. 350), 1097. 
Shaefler v. Sleade (7 Blackf . 178) , 491. 
Shaaffer's Appeal (101 Pa. St. 45), 1385. 
Shaffnerr. Shaffner (145 Pa. St. 163; 22 

Atl. Rep. 822), 502. 
Shaftesbury v. Marlborough (2 Myl. & 

K. Ill) , 1073. 
Shafto v. Adams (4 Gin". 492), 33. 
Shafto's Trusts, In re (L. R. 29 Ch. D. 

247), 871. 
Shales v. Shales (2 Freem. 252), 366. 
Shall v. Biscoe (18 Ark. 142), 674. 
Shalleross v. Oldham (2 Johns. & H.609), 

426. 
Shalleross v. Wright (12 Beav. 505), 261, 

262. 
Shank, Ex parte (1 Atk. 234), 566. 
Shankland's Appeal (47 Pa. St. 113), 228, 

914, 919, 1269, 1288, 1290, 1295, 1644. 
Shannon v. Bradstreet (1 Sch. & Let. 

62), 622, 623. 
Shannon v. Canny (44 N. H. 592), 708. 
Shannon v. Frost (3 B. Mon. 253), 793, 

795, 797. 
Shapland v. Smith (1 Bro. Ch. 76), 919, 

923. 
Shapleigh v. Pillsbury (1 Me. 271), 748. 
Sharp v. Goodwin (SI Cal. 319), 388, 1118, 

1138. 
Sharp v. Leads (31 Beav. 491), 274, 293. 
Sharp v. Pratt (15 Wend. 610), 1013, 1016, 

1040, 1089. 
Sharp v. St. Sauveur (L. E. 7 Ch. App. 

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Sharp v. Sharp (2 B. & Ala. 404), 865, 867, 

872, 873, 907, 980. 
Sharpe v. MePike (62 Mo. 307), 708. 
Sharpen. Eockwood (78 Va. 24), 1215. 
Sharpe •». San Paulo E. Co. (L E. 8 Ch . 

597), 1228. 
Sharpsteen v. Tillon (3 Cow. 651), 1085. 

1092. 
Shartel's Appeal (64 Pa. St. 25), 1594, 

1598. 
Shattuck v. Cassidy (3 Edw. Ch. 152), 

35, 36. 
Shattuck i'. Shattuek (L. E. 2 Eq. 182), 

656,695,698, 1592. 
Shaw v. Borrer (1 Keen, 559), 1350. 
Shaw». Boyd (5 S. &E. 312), 12. 
Shaw v. Bunney (L. J. 34 Ch. 257; 11 Jur. 

99; 2 De G., J. & S. 468), 396. 
Shaw v. Burney (1 Ired. Eq. 148), 151. 
Shaw v. Canfleld (86 Mich. 1; 48 N. W. 

Eep. 873), 989,1122. 
Shaw v. Del., etc. E. Co. (3 Stockt. 229), 

160. 
Shawc. Deveemon (81 Md. 215; 31 Atl. 

Eep. 709), 1258. 
Shaw, Ex parte (8 Sim. 1S9) , 970. 
Shaw v. Foster (L. E. 5 H. L. Cas. 321), 

585. 
Shaw v. Galbriath (7 Pa. St. 112), 943. 
Shaw v. Glen (37 N. J. Eq. 32) , 1408. 
Shawtt. Hussey (41 Me. 495), 108. 
Shaw, In re (L. E. 12 Eq. 124), 1131. 
Shaw v. Lawless (5 CI. & Fin. 129), 123, 

131. 
Shaww. Norfolk Co. E. E. Co. (5 Gray, 

171), 1731. 
Shaw v. Bead (47 Pa. St. 96), 335, 339. 
Shaw v. Ehodes (1 Myl. & Or. 135), 1525, 

1527. 
Shaw v. Shaw (86 Mo. 594), 327. 
Shaw v. Spencer (100 Mass. 382; 1 Am. 

Eep. 115), 107, 204, 386,388,456,460, 

532, 1171, 1659, 1660, 1661. 
Shaw v. Spooner (9 N. H. 197), 556. 
Shaw v. Weigh (2 Str. 798), 919, 936, 937, 

1072. 
Shaw v. Wright (1 Eq. Oa. Ab. 176), 922, 

1326. 
Shaw's Trusts, In re (L. E. 12 Eq. 124) , 

1118. 
Sheafe v. O'Neill (1 Mass. 256), 967. 
Sheddon v. Goodrich (8 Ves. 481), 258. 
Shee v. Hale (13 Ves. 404), 1291. 
Sheedy v. Eoach (124 Mass. 472), 254. 
Sheet's Estate (52 Pa. St. 257) , 884, 885. 
Shelby v. Burtis (18 Tex. 644), 711. 
Shelbys. Shelby (Cook, 182), 461. 
Shelby v. Tardy (84 Ala. 327; 4 So. Eep. 

276) , 309, 313. 
Sheldon v. Cox (2 Eden, 228), 443. 



Sheldon v. Donner (2 Vern. 310), 1068, 

1090. 
Sheldon v. Harding (44 111. 68), 7, 370. 
Sheldon v. Nixon (L. E. 39 Ch. D. 50), 

1437. 
Sheldon v. Sheldon (13 Johns. 220) , 1184. 
Sheldon v. Sheldon (3 Wis. 699), 197, 

313, 1534. 
Sheldon v. Town of Stockbridge (67 Vt. 

299; 31 Atl. Eep. 414), 734, 736, 738, 

750. 
Sheldon v. Wildman (2 Oh. Cas. 26), 

1536. 
Shelly v. Edlin (4 Aid. & El. 582), 938. 
Shelmerdine, In re (33 L. J. Ch. 474), 26. 
Shelton v. A. & T. Co. (82 Ala. 315), 307. 
Shelton v. Hadlock (62 Conn. 143; 25 

Atl. Eep. 403), 705. 
Shelton v. Homer (5 Mete. 462), 390, 401, 

928, 1013, 1016, 1040. 
Shelton v. Johnson (4 Sneed, 672), 452. 
Shelton v. Jones (4 Wash. St. 692; 30 

Pac. Eep. 1061), 578. 
Shelton v. Lewis (27 Ark. 190), 204, 223, 

388, 532, 533. 
Shelton v. Ordinary (32 Ga. 266), 827. 
Shelton v. Pendleton (18 Conn. 417), 

724. 
Shelton v. Watson (16 Sim. 543), 107. 
Shepard v. Richardson (145 Mass. 32), 

1442. 
Shepard v. Shepard (7 Johns. Ch. 56), 

713. 
Shepardson v. Stevens (71 111. 646) , 449. 
Shepheard v. Beetham (L. E. 6 Ch. D. 

592), 803, 813. 
Shepherd v. McEvers (4 Johns. Ch. 

136; 8 Am. Dec. 561), 50, 88, 460, 882, 

8S9, 896, 1228. 
Shepherd v. Nottidge (2 J. & H. 766), 

128. 
Shepherd v. White (11 Tex. 346), 309, 

334, 339. 
Sheppard v. Smith(2Bro. P. C. 372), 

1679. 
Sheratzu. Nicodemus (7 Yerg. 9), 570. 
Sherburne v. Morse (132 Mass. 469), 307. 
Sheridan v. Joyce (1 Jon. & La. 401), 

1634. 
Sheriffs. Neal (6 Watts, 534), 416, 500. 
Sherley v. Congress, etc. Eefinery Co. 

(2 Edw. Ch. 505), 577. 
Sherley v. Sherley (31 S. W. Eep. 276), 

356. 
Sherman v. Dodge (28 Vt. 26), 911. 
Sherman v. Lainer (39 N. J. Eq. 249), 

1172. 
Sherman v. Leman (137111. 94; 27 N. E. 

Eep. 57), 1674, 1701. 
Sherman v. Parish (53 N. T. 483), 1233. 



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Sherman v. Robinson (L. R. 15 Ch. D. 

548), 1701. 
Sherman v. Sandell (106 Cal. 373; 39 Pac. 

Rep. 797), 233. 
Sherman v. Sherman (4 Allen, 392), 1363. 
Sherman v. Sherman (20 D. C. 330), 427. 
Sherman v. Turpin (7 Cold. 382), 710. 
Sherrard v. Harborough (Amb. 165), 242. 
Sherratt v. Bentley (1 Russ. & M. 655), 

892. 
Sherrill v. Shuf ord (6 Ired. Eq. 228) , 1689, 

1692. 
Sherrington v. Tates (12 Mees. & W. 

855), 1408. 
Sherry v. Sansberry (3 Ind. 320), 286, 

288. 
Sherwood v. Andrews (2 Allen, 79), 159. 
Sherwood, In re (3 Beav. 338), 1683. 
Sherwood v. Reade (7 Hill, 431), 1109, 

1122. 
Sherwood v. Saxton (63 Mo. 68), 1470, 

1471, 1587. 
Sherwood v. Sutton (5 Mason, 143), 465, 

470. 
Shibla v. Ely (2 Halst. Ch. 183), 177, 1537. 
Shields v. Barrow (17 How. 130), 1729, 

1730. 
Shields v. Dyer (86 Tenn. 41), 1519. 
Shields, In re (53 L. T. 5), 68. 
Shields v. McAuley (37 Fed. Rep. 302), 

513, 852. 
Shields' Estate, In re (14 Phila. 307), 1201, 

1210. 
Shilabara. Winding (1 Chev. (S. Car.) 

218), 1363. 
Shine v. Gough (1 B. & B. 444), 608. 
Shine v. Hill (23 Iowa, 264), 1095. 
Shine v. Croueher (1 De G., F. & J. 518), 

1181. 
Shipbrooke v, Hinehinbrook (16 Ves. 

479), 1127, 1128, 1234. 
Shipham v. Graves (41 Mich. 675), 14. 
Shipp v. Hettrick (63 N. Car. 329), 1205, 

1253. 
Shipton v. Rawlins (4 Hare, 619), 1233. 
Shipway v. Ball (L. R. 16 Ch. D. 376), 

675,681,684. 
Shirley v. Ferrers (1 Bro. Ch. 41), 1346. 
Sbirleyr. Shirley (7Blackf. 452), 686. 
Shirley v. Shirley (9 Paige, 363), 25, 65, 

668, 681, 686, 1275, 1622. 
Shirley v. Shattuck (28 Miss. 26), 960, 

1058. 
Shitz v. Dieffenbach (3 Pa. St. 233), 

601. 
Shively v. Parker (9 Ore. 500), 435. 
Shockley v. Fisher (75 Mo. 498), 1393, 1394, 

1411. 
Shoe v. Ziegler (159 Pa. St. 461; 28 Atl. 
Rep. 298), 636. 



Shoemaker v. Smith (11 Humph. 81), 

197, 310, 313, 371. 
Shoemaker v. Walker (2 S. & R. 554), 

' 964. 
Shonk v. Brown (61 Pa. St. 320), 651, 665, 

686. 
Shook v. Shook (19 Barb. 653), 979, 1122. 
Shore v. Shore (4 Drew. 510), 1436. 
Shores. Wilson (9 CI. & Fin. 355), 798. 
Shorer v. Shorer (10 Mod. 39), 298. 
Short v. Battle (52 Ala. 456), 656, 665, 704. 
Shortu. Moore (10 Vt. 466), 678. 
Shorts. Porter (44 Miss. 635), 1031. 
Short v. Wilson (13 Johns. 533), 1748. 
Shorter v. Frazer (64 Ala. 74), 573. 
Shorter v. Nelson (4 Lans. 117), 699, 709. 
Shortzc. Cnangst (3 W. & S. 45), 979, 

1089. 
Shotwell v. Harrison (30 Mich. 179), 449. 
Shotwell v. Jefferson Ins. Co. (5 Bosw. 

247), 198. 
Shotwell v. Mott (2 Sand. Ch. 46), 21. 
Shovelton i>. Shovelton (32 Beav. 143), 

128. 
Show v. Conway (7 Pa. St. 136), 1679. 
Shrewsbury sj.Hornby (5 Hare, 406), 806. 
Shrewsbury v. Shrewsbury (3 Bro. Ch. 

120; 1 Ves. Jr. 227), 978, 1068, 1090. 
Shryockti. Waggoner (28 Pa. St. 431), 

29, 328, 904, 973, 1288, 1629. 
Shueyc. Latta (90 Ind. 136), 1201, 1202, 

1213. 
Shulman v. Fitzpatriok (62 Ala. 571), 704. 
Shuitz v. Hansbrough (33 Gratt. 567), 

1470. 
Shuitz v. Hoagland (85 N. T. 464) , 1391. 
Shuitz v. McLean (26 Pac. Rep. 427), 

1738. 
Shuitz v. Sutter (3 Mo. App. 137), 1411. 
Shumway v. Cooper (16 Barb. 556), b28. 
Shurman's Appeal (3 Casey, 64), 402. 
Shyer v. Lockhard (2 Tenn. Ch. 365), 

1394. 
Sibley v. Lefflngwell (8 Allen, 584), 450. 
Sickmanu. Abernathy (14 Colo. 174; 23 

Pac. Rep. 446), 1384. 
Sidle v. Walter (5 Watts, 389) , 359. 
Sidmouth v. Sidmouth (2 Beav. 447), 

183, 335, 339, 367, 368, 369. 
Sidney v. Ranger (12 Sim. 118), 422. 
Sidwell v. Wheaton (114 111. 267), 574. 
Slemon v. Schurck (29 ST. T. 598), 223, 

321, 372, 373, 388. 
Siemon v. Wilson (3 Edw. Ch. 39), 291. 
Siggers v. Evans (5 111. & B. 367; 32 Eng. 

L. & Eq. 139), 1317, 1329, 1380, 1392. 
Sigourney v. Munn (7 Conn. 11), 136, 

216. 
Sileoxu. Harper (32 Ga. 639), 811. 
Sillick v. Mason (2 Barb. Ch. 79), 1297. 



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Silman v. McArdle (99 N. T. 451; 52 Am. 

Rep. 41), 956. 
Silvers v. Canary (114 Ind. 129) , 858. 
Silvers v. Potter (48 N. J. Eq. 539; 22 

Atl. Eep. 584), 71. 
Silverthorn v. McKinster (12 Pa. St. 67), 

403. 
Silvens v. Porter (74 Pa. St. 448), 710. 
Silvery v. Hodgdon (52 0al. 363), 75. 
Simmons v. Burrell (8 Misc. Eep. 388; 

28 ST. T. Supi. 625), 783, 815. 
Simmons v. Curtis (41 Me. 373), 1361. 
Simmons v. Drury (2 Gill & J. 32), 1352. 
Simmons v. Edwards (16 M. & W. 838), 

99. 
Simmons v. Hargood (1 Keen, 9), 654. 
Simmons -v. Oliver (74 Wis. 633; 43N. 

W. Eep. 561), 1200, 1202. 
Simmons v. Simmons (6 Hare, 352), 

653. 
Simms v. Bichardson (2 Litt. 229),.440. 
Simon s. Sevier Assn. (54 Ark. 58), 1412. 
Simonds v. Palles (2 Jon. & La. 489), 

1329. 
Simpsons. Bathurst (L E. 5 Ch. 193), 

1080. 
Simpsons. Cook (24 Minn. 180), 1522. 
Simpson s. Gowdy (19 Ind. 292), 1222, 

1400. 
Simpson, In re (1 J. & H. 89) , 1131. 
Simpson s. Jones (2 Euss. & M. 365) , 12. 
Simpson s. Eoberts (35 Ga. 180), 1385. 
Simpson v. Simpson (4 Dana, 140), 723. 
Simpson s. Simpson (107 N. Car. 552), 

1490. 
Simpsons. Welcome (72 Me. 496; 39 Am. 

Eep. 349), 731, 748. 
Sims v. Hundley (2 How. (Miss.) 896), 

1444. 
Sims s. Lively (14 B. Mon. 433), 1350, 1653. 
Sims s. Marryatt (17 Q. B. 281), 33. 
Sims s. Eenwick (25 Ga. 58), 847. 
Simss. Eicketts (35 Ind. 192), 713. 
Sims s. Sims (2 Stockt. Ch. 158), 1322. 
Simss. Smith (11 Ga. 198), 72, 73, 1637. 
Sims s. Walker (8 Humph. 603), 517. 
Sinclair s. Jackson (8 Cow. 543) , 980, 983, 

996, 1005, 1022, 1038, 1055, 1090, 1103, 

1122, 1123, 1243. 
Sing Bow s. Sing Bow (30 Atl. Eep. 867), 

429. 
Singer Mnfg. Oo. s. Chalmers (2 Utah, 

542), 1453. 
Singleton s. Love (1 Head, 357), 304. 
Singletons. Lowndes (90 S. Car. 465), 

1215, 1692, 1695. 
Singleton v. Scott (11 Iowa, 589), 996, 

1005, 1057, 1093, 1096, 1110. 
Singstacks. Harding (4 Har. & J. 186; 

7 Am. Dec. 669), 1184. 



Sinking Fund Com. s. Walker (6 How. 

(Miss.) 143; 38 Am. Dec. 433), 596. 
Sinnetts. Herbert (L. R. 12 Eq. 201; 7 

Ch.23),813. 
SInnott s, Walsh (L. E. 5 Ir. 27), 166, 

827. 
Slpe s. Earman (26 Gratt. 563), 1367. 
Sismey v. Eley (17 Sim. 1), 560. 
Sisson s. Shaw (9 Ves. 288) , 988. 
SIter s. McClanahan (2 Gratt. 280) , 1172. 
Sltwell v. Bernard (6 Ves. 620), 299, 1144. 
Six s. Shauer (26 Md. 415), 707. 
Skillmans. Skillman (2 Iowa, 388), 401. 
Skingley, Inre (3Macn. & G. 221), 181. 
Skinner v. Harrison Tp. (116 Ind. 142), 

596. 
Skinners. James (69 Wis. 605), 372, 912, 

916. 
Skinner s. Merchants' Bank ( 4 Allen, 

290), 530, 1634. 
Skinners. Smith (134 N. T. 242; 31 N. E. 

Eep. 911), 412. 
Skipwith v. Cunningham (8 Leigh, 271; 

31 Am. Dec. 642), 1360, 1369, 1750. 
Skitts. Whitmore (Freem. 280), 358. 
Skrines. Walker (3 Eich. Eq. 262), 133. 
Slack v. Slack (26 Miss. 290), 366, 367. 
Slade v. Von Vechten (11 Paige, 21), 

397. 
Slaney v. Watney (L. E. 2 Eq. 418), 893. 
Slannings. Styles (3 P. Wms. 334), 651, 

686, 717. 
Slanters. Favorite (107 Ind. 291), 1201. 
Slater v. Oriental Mills (18 E.I. 362; 27 

Atl. Eep. 443), 1609, 1629. 
Slattery v. Mason (151Mass. 266;21 Am. 

St. Eep. 448; 23 N. E. Eep. 843), 1282, 

1294. 
Sledge v. Clopton (6 Ala. 689), 1171. 
Slee v. Manhattan Co. (1 Paige, 57), 

1442, 1497. 
Sleight v. Slawson (3 Kay & J. 296), 

1536. 
Slevin v. Brown (3 Mo. 176), 912, 917, 923, 

925, 941, 944,989. 
Slevin, In re (L. E. (1891) 2 Ch. 236), 768. 
Sloan v. Cadogan (Sug. V. & P. 26), 153, 

156. 
Sloan v. Coolbaugh (10 Iowa, 31), 1468. 
Sloan v. Frothingham (65 Ala. 593), 1507. 
Slocum v. Marshall (2 Wash. C. C. 397), 

52, 285, 358. 
Slocum v. Wooley (43 ST. J. Eq. 453), 

503. 
Sloos. Law (3 Blatch. 459), 390, 1021, 

1122, 1130, 1170, 1567. 
Sloper v. Cottrell (6 El. & Bl. 504), 88. 
Small v. Ayleswood (9 B. & Cr. 300), 

880. 
Small v. Marwood (9 B. & Cr. 360) , 1329. 



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Small v. Small (16 S. Car. 64), 585. 
Small v. Stagg (95 111. 39), 574. 
Small v. Warwood (4 M. &. E. 190), 892. 
Small v. Wing (2Bro.P. C. 66), 1526. 
Smart v. Prujean (6 Ves. 560), 142,143. 
Smedley v. Varley (23 Beav. 359), 419. 
Smeltzer v. Goslee(172 Pa. St. 298), 1288, 

1315. 
Smethurst v. Hastings (L. E. 30 Ch. D. 

490), 1113, 1251. 
Smiley v. Wright (2 Ohio, 512) , 964. 
Smiths. Acton (26 Beav. 210). 1536. 
Smith v. Anderson (L. E. 15 Ch. D. 247, 

276), 848. 
Smith v. Attersoll (1 Euss. 266), 61, 852. 
Small v. Atwood (2 Y. & J. 517), 1596. 
Smith v. Babcock (2 W. & M- 246), 472. 
Smith v. Baker (1 Atk. 385), 307. 
Smith v. Barnes (L. E. 1 Kq. 65), 433. 
Smith v. Black (115 U. S. 308), 1455, 1457, 

1497, 1498. 
Smith v. Bolden (33 Beav. 266), 1679. 
Smith v. Boquet (27 Tex. 507), 349, 414. 
Smith v. Bowen (35 N. T. 83), 167, 327, 

433, 614, 618. 
Smith v. Bromley (Doug. 696), 563. 
Smith v. Brotherline (63 Pa. St. 461), 

425. 
Smith v. Burnham (3 Sumn. 466), 315, 

357, 532. 
Smith v. Burns (25 Miss. 422), 1213. 
Smith v. Byers (41 Ga. 439), 1136. 
Smith v. Calloway (7 Blackf. 86), 1537. 
Smith v. Camelford (2 Ves. Jr. 712), 307. 
Smith v. Campbell (19 Ves. 400), 633. 
Smith v. Chadwlek (L. E. 20 Ch. D. 27), 

473, 479. 

Smith v. Clay (3 Bro. Ch. 639), 461, 465, 

467. 
Smith v. Cook (L. E. (1891) App. Cas. 

297), 225, 1317. 
Smith v. Countryman (30 N. T. 655), 

474, 489. 

Smith v. Cowdery (2 S. & S. 358), 1043, 

1044. 
Smith v. Crawford Co. St. Bank (61 N. 

W. Eep. 378), 429. 
Smith v. Darby (39 Md. 278), 159. 
Smith v. Davis (49 Am. Dec. 470), 286. 
Smith v. Davis (49 Md. 470), 403. 
Smith v. Davis (90 Cal. 25; 27 Pac. Eep. 

26), 852, 874. 
Smith v. Death (5 Madd. 317), 1067. 
Smith v. Deeson (14 So. Eep. 40), I486, 

1487. 
Smith v. Drake (23 N. J. Eq. 302), 400, 

405, 607, 1183, 1535. 
Smith v. Eekford (18 S. W. Eep. 210), 

72. 
Smith v. Evans (Amb. 633), 1526. 



Smith v. Field (6 Dana, 364), 840. 
Smith v. Finch (8 Wis. 246), 201. 
Smith v. Ford (48 Wis. 115), 52, 616, 916. 
Smith v. French (2 Atk. 243), 1591, 1592. 
Smith v. Gaines (39 N. J. Eq. 546), 1054, 

1734. 
Smith v. Gibson (15 Minn. 66), 1025, 1152. 
Smith v. Goodman (149 111. 75), 1408. 
Smith v. Greeley (30 Atl. Eep. 413) , 1003. 
Smith v. Guyon (IBro. Ch. 186), 1652. 
Smith v. Harrington (4 Allen, 566), 1619, 

1748, 1753. 
Smith ii. High (85 N". Car. 23), 578. 
Smith v. Howe (31 Ind. 233), 706. 
Smith v. Howell (3 Stockt. 122), 363. 
Smith v. Hurst (22 L. J. Ch. 289), 1378. 
Smith v. Iliffe (L. E. 20 Eq. 666), 104. 
Smith, In re (131 N. T. 239), 1746. 
Smith v. Jeffreys (16 So. Eep. 377), 206, 

433. 
Smith v. Lansing (22 N. T. 620), 417. 
Smith v. Kane (2 Paige, 303), 678. 
Smith v. Kay (7 H. L. Cas. 750), 291, 431. 
Smith v. Kearney (2 Barb. Ch. 533), 626. 
Smith v. Keating (6 M., G. & S. 136), 1377, 

1379. 
Smiths. King (16 East, 283), 27. 
Smith v. Kinney (33 Tex. 283), 1750. 
Smith v. Kittredge (21 Vt. 238), 147. 
Smith v. Knowles (2 Gratt. 413) , 723, 878, 

880, 883. 
Smith v. Lampton (8 Dana, 73), 1215. 
Smith v. Longmire (24 Hun, 267), 1403. 
Smith «. Los Angeles, etc. Assn. (78 

Cal. 289), 411. 
Smiths. Lowther (36 W. Va. 300; 13 S. 

E. Eep. 999), 1464. 
Smith v. Lucas (L. E. 18 Ch. D. 531), 

653. 
Smith v. Lyne (2 T. & C. 345), 160. 
Smith v. Lytle (27 Minn. 184), 437. 
Smith v. McAtee (27 Md. 420; 92 Am. 

Dec. 641), 707. 
Smith v. McGeehee (14 Ala. 404), 1171, 

1712. 
Smiths. Matthews (3 De G., F. & J. 

139), 47, 51, 62,60, 674. 
Smiths. Maxwell (1 Hill Eq. 101), 103, 

104. 
Smith v. Metcalfe (1 Head, 402), 922, 923. 
Smith v. Mitchell (12 Mich. 180), 1385. 
Smith v. Moore (4 N. J. Eq. 485; 5 N. J. 

Eq. 649), 860. 
Smith v. Moore (37 Ala. 330), 1270,1291, 

1640. 
Smith v. Mundee (3 Kan. 172), 578. 
Smith v. Mut. Life Ins. Co. (14 Allen, 

336), 142, 1742. 
Smith v. Nelson (18 Vt. 511), 793, 795. 
Smith v. Obear (87 Mich. 62), 715. 



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Smith v. Oliver (31 Ala. 139), 905. 
Smith v. Painter (5 S. & R. 223; 9 Am. 

Dec. 344), 1629. 
Smith v. Palmer (7 Hare, 225), 638. 
Smith v. Patton (12 W. Va. 541), 213, 232, 

308, 313, 352, 358, 864, 688. 
Smith v. Pedigo (33 N. E. Rep. 77), 793, 

797. 
Smith v. Porter (1 Binn. 209), 1320. 
Smith v. Powell (5 Tex. Civ. App. 373; 

23 S. W. Eep. 1109), 711. 
Smith v. Poythress (2 Fla. 92), 705. 
Smith v. Provin (4 Allen, 516), 396. 
Smith j). Putnam (61 N. H. 632), 411. 
Smith v. Ramsay (1 Gilm. 343), 185. 
Smith v. Rathburn (22 Hun, 150), 1236. 
Smith v. Richards (13 Pet. 26), 379, 472, 

479. 
Smiths. Ricords (52 Mo. 581), 1634. 
Smith v. Robertson (89 N. T. 555), 1746. 
Smith v. Rowland (13 Kan. 245), 678. 
Smith v. Sackett (5 Gilm. 535), 263, 308. 
Smith v. Skeary (47 Conn. 47), 1411. 
Smiths. Smith (21 Beav. SS5),25, 874. 
Smith «. Smith (Halst. 515), 101. 
Smith v. Smith (11 Allen, 423), 184. 
Smith v. Smith (85 111. 189), 197. 
Smiths. Smith (144 Ind. 299; 33 N. E. 

Rep. 35), 36^. 
Smith v. Smith (6 N. J. Eq. 515), 552, 653. 
Smith v. Smith (3 Giff. 121), 678. 
Smiths. Smith (80 Ind. 267), 706. 
Smith v. Smith (3 Atk. 304), 826. 
Smiths. Smith (6B. & C. 112), 892. 
Smith v. Smith (1 McCord Eq. 134), 852. 
Smith v. Smith (11 Com. B. (N. S.) 121), 

920. 
Smith v. Smith (4 Johns. Ch. 281), 1102, 

1253, 1738. 
Smith v. Smith (103 E. C. L. 121), 1327. 
Smith v. Speer (7 Stew. 336; 14 Cent. L. 

J. 16), 82. 
Smith v. Spengler (83 Mo. 408), 1408. 
Smith v. Starr (3 Whart. 63; 31 Am. Dec. 

498), 300,934,1622, 1623. 
Smiths. Strahan (16 Tex. 314), 309, 334. 
Smith v. Thomas (8 Baxt. 417), 1159. 
Smith v. Thompson (2 McArthur, 291) , 

647, 664. 
Smith v. Thompson (2 Swans. 386), 1327. 
Smith v. Tower (69 Md. 77; 9 Am. St. 

Rep. 398), 1273, 1296, 1299; 1300. 
Smith v. Townshend (27 Md. 368; 92 Am. 

Dec. 637), 1170, 1178. 
Smith v. Walter (49 Mo. 250), 327,432, 434, 

538, 595. 
Smith v. Westcott (17 R. I. 366), 879. 
Smith v. Wheeler (1 Ventr. 128), 892,893, 

894. 
Smith v. White (L. R. 1 Eq. 626), 562. 



Smith v. Willett II R. I. 528), 1383. 
Smith v. Wilmington Coal Co. <83 111. 

498), 1215. 
Smith v. Winn (27 S. Car. 591), 612. 
Smith v. Wildman (37 Conn. 384), 995, 

1122, 1123. 
Smith v. Williams (43 Conn. 409), 705. 
Smith v. Wise (132 N. T. 172), 1368. 
Smith v. Zaner (4 Ala. 99) , 26. 
Smith's Appeal (11 Wright, 128), 444. 
Smith's Appeal (30 Pa. St. 397), 829. 
Smith's Appeal (104 Pa. St. 381), 1386. 
Smith's Charity, In re (L. R. 20 Ch. D. 

616), 773. 
Smith's Estate (8 Pa. Co. Ct. 539), 56. 
Smitheal v. Gray (1 Humph. 491; 34 

Am. Dec. 664), 309, 352. 
Smithers v. Hooper (23 Md. 273), 304. 
Smoot v. Richards (8 Tex. Civ. App. 

146), 988. 
Smoot v. Richards (27 S. W. Rep. 967), 

1215. 
Smyth v. Griffin (13 Sim. 245), 560. 
Smyth v. Oliver (31 Ala. 39) , 369, 704. 
Snelgrove v. Snelgrove (4 Desaus. 286), 

440. 
Snellt). Dwight (120 Mass. 9), 562. 
Snell v. Elam (2 Heisk. 82), 223. 
Snelling v. Lamar (32 S. Car. 72; 17 

Am. St. Rep. 835), 912, 931, 1622. 
Snelling v. McCreary (14 Rich. Eq. 291), 

1213, 1215. 
Snelling v. Utterback (1 Bibb, 609; 4 

Am. Dec. 661), 71, 365. 
Snelson v. Franklin (6 Munf. 210), 492. 
Snider v. Johnson (25 Ore. 328 ; 35 Pac. 

Rep. 846), 337, 360. 
Snider v. Willey (33 Mich. 483), 556. 
Snows. Booth (8 De G., M. & G. 69), 

1537. 
Snow v. Teed (L. R. 9 Eq. 622), 630, 632, 

637. 
Snowden v. Dunlevy (11 Pa. St. 522), 13. 
Snowdon v. Dale (6 Sim. 624), 1269, 1291, 

1315, 1638, 1639. 
Snowhill v. Snowhill (2 Green's Ch. 20), 

828. 
Snyder v. Greaves (21 Atl. Rep. 291), 

1490. 
Snyder v. McComb (39 Fed. Rep. 292), 

61, 1121. 
Snyder v. Noble (94 Pa. St. 286), 710. 
Snyder v. Snyder (10 Barr, 423), 654. 
Snyder v. Webb (3 Cal. 83), 659. 
Snyder's Appeal (92 Pa. St. 604) , 52, 671. 
Snyder's Appeal (64 Pa. St. 67), 1688. 
Soar v. Foster (4 Kay & J. 152), 340, 369. 
Socher's Appeal (104 Pa. St. 609), 513. 
Society, etc. v. Hartland (2 Paine, 536), 

912. 



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Society Most Precious Blood v. Moll 

(51 Minn. 277; 63 N. W. Eep. 648), 

751. 
Sooiety of Orphan Boys v. New Orleans 

(12 La. Ann. 62) ,753. 
Society Prop. Gospel v. Attorney-Gen- 
eral (3 Euss. 142), 770, 81L 
Sockett v. Wray (4 Bro. Ch. 483), 697. 
Soggins v. Heard (31 Miss. 426), 1537. 
Sohier v. Burr (127 Mass. 221), 735, 745, 

748, 755. 
Sohier v. Eldredge (103 Mass. 346), 111, 

607, 989, 1025, 1152. 
Sohier v. Trinity Church (109 Mass. 19), 

181. 
Sohier v. Williams (1 Curt. 479), 1017, 

1079, 1086. 
Solomon v. Carr (25 S. Car. 112), 1542. 
Solomon v. Solomon (83 Ala. 394), 1542. 
Somersc. Overhulzer (67 Cal. 237), 197, 

212, 313. 
Somerset v. Poulett (62 L. J. Ch. 720; 68 

L. T. 613), 1203. 
Somerset v. Poulet (L. B. (1894) 1 Ch. 

231), 1590. 
Somerville v. Johnson (36 N. J. Eq. 

211), 1054. 
Sonley v. Clockmakers' Co. (1 Bro. Ch. 

81), 20, 21, 83, 596. 
Somes v. Skinner (16 Mass. 348), 286. 
Soohanw. Philadelphia (33 Pa. St. 9), 

749. 
Sorrell v. Clayton (42 Tex. 188), 711. 
Sorry v. Bright (1 Dev. & Bat. Eq. 113), 

266. 
Sortore v. Scott (6 Lans. 271), 1569. 
Soule v. Ludlow (3 Hun, 503; 6 T. & C. 

24), 1506. 
Soules v. McLean (7 Wash. 451; 35 Pac. 

Eep. 364), 187. 
South v. Alley ne (5 Mod. 101), 178, 930. 
South, Ex parte (3 Swanst. 393), 34. 
Southampton v. Hertford (2 V. & B. 54), 

820. 
Southards. Piper (36 Me. 84), 706. 
Southard v. Plummer (36 Me. 64), 688. 
Southard v. Pope (9 B. Mon. 264), 499. 
Southcot v. Watson (3 Atk, 229), 245, 

246. 
Southern Marble Co. v. Steagall (90 Ga. 

236; 15 S. E. Eep. 806), 831. 
Southern Pac. E. Co. v. Doyle (11 Fed. 

Eep. 253), 1440. 
Southhouse v. Bate (2 V. & B. 396), 250. 
South Scituate Sav. Bank v. Boss (11 

Allen, 443), 1070. 
South Sea Co v. Wymondsell (3 Pr. 

Wms. 143), 469,1536, 1540. 
Southwell v. Ward (Taml. 314), 865, 907. 
Southwortha. Kimball (58 Vt. 337), 711. 



Souverbrige ». Arden (1 Johns. Ch. 240), 

76,157. 
Sowarsby v. Lacey (4 Mad. 179), 1666. 
Sowdenv. Sowden (1 Oox, 165), 327. 
Spafford v. Warren (47 Iowa, 47), 706. 
Spaflord v. Weston (29 Me. 140), 451. 
Spalding v. Shalmer (1 Vern. 301), 1091, 

1654. 
Spangler's Estate (21 Pa. St. 335), 1685. 
Sparhawk v. Buell (9 Vt. 41), 834. 
Sparhawk v. Cloon (125 Mass. 266), 156, 

1269, 1294, 1640. 
Sparks v. Hess (16 Cal. 186), 567, 674, 583, 

684. 
Sparrow, In re (L. E. 5 Ch. 662), 869. 
Spaulding v. Backus (122 Mass. 653), 

961. 
Spaulding v. Strong (37 N. T. 135), 1369. 
Spaulding v. Wakefield (53 Vt. 660; 38 

Am. Eep. 708), 1135, 1693. 
S. P. Copper Mining Co. v. Beach (13 

Beav. 478), 1241. 
Speakman v. Tatum (45 N. J. Eq. 380), 

1729, 1742. 
Speakman v. Tatum (48 N. J. Eq. 136), 

1114. 
Speakman's Appeal (71 Pa. St. 25), 

710. 
Spear v. Evans (51 Wis. 42), 1533. 
Spear v. Grant (16 Mass. 9), 597. 
Spear v Spear (8 Eich. Eq. 184), 1102, 

1204, 1213. 
Spear v. Tinkham (2 Barb. Ch. 211), 1255, 

1438. 
Spear v. Tinsley (55 Ga. 89), 836. 
Spear v. Tucker (2 Barb. Eq. 211), 1437. 
Speck v. Gurnee (25 Hun, 644), 709. 
Speight v. Gaunt (L. E. 22 Ch. D. 727; L. 

E. 9 App. Cas. 1), 1141, 1247. 
Speight, In re (L. E. 22 Oh. D. 739; h. 

E. 9 App. Cas. 19), 947, 1057, 1135, 

1341. 
Speidel v. Henrici (120 U. S. 377), 234, 

1533, 1534, 1535, 1542. 
Spence v. Spence (12 Com. B. (N. S.) 

199), 920, 1327. 
Spence v. Whittaker (3 Port. 327), 1686, 

1690. 
Spencer v. Hawkins (4 Ired. Eq. 288), 

1091, 1108, 1350. 
Spencer v. Lee (19 W. Va. 179), 1109. 
Spencer v. Spencer (11 Paige, 152), 1236, 

1588. 
Spencer v. Spencer (3 Jones Eq. 404), 

553. 

Spencer v. Topham (28 L. T. 56), 419. 

! Spencer's Appeal (80 Pa. St. 317), 1181. 

I Sperling v. Eochfort (16 Ch. D. 18), 258. 

' Spessard v. Eohrer (9 Gill, 262), 920, 

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Speyer v. Desjardins (144 111. 641; 32 N. 

E. Rep. 283), 324. 
Spieer v. Ayer (2N. Y. Sup. Ot. 626), 

280, 1405. 
Spieer v. Spieer (16 Abb. Pr. (N. S.) 

112), 517. 
Spieer v. Spieer (24 Beav. 365) , 682. 
Spieer v. Spieer (21 Ga. 200), 969. 
Spicerj). Waters (65 Barb. 237), 442. 
Spickernell v. Hotham (1 Kay, 669), 

1538. 
Spiers v. Purcell (2 U. 0. 624), 47. 
Spies v. Price (91 Ala. 166; 8 So. Bep. 

405), 234. 
Spiudler v. Atkinson (3 Md. 409; 66 Am. 

Dec. 755), 403, 1025. 
Spink v. Lewis (3 Bro. Ch. 355), 258. 
Splrett v. Willows (L. H. 1 Ch. 620; L. 

R. 4Ch. 407), 675, 678, 682. 
Spokane v. first Nat. Bank (68 Fed. 

Rep. 982; 16 C. C. A. 85), 1578, 1608. 
Sponable v. Snyder (7 Hill, 427), 444. 
Spooner v. Lovejoy (108 Mass. 529), 

253. 
Spooner v. Payne (lOEng. L. & Eq. 

207), 38. 
Sporle v. Burnaby (10 Jur. 1142), 1193, 

1194. 
Spotts' Estate, In re (156 Pa. St. 281; 27 

Atl. Rep. 132), 710. 
Sprague!). Edwards (48 Cal. 239), 1083. 
Sprague v. Shields (61 Ala. 428), 655, 

705. 
Sprague v. Sprague (13 R. I. 701), 1277. 
Sprague v. Thurber (17 R. I. 451), 852. 
Sprague v. Tyson (44 Ala. 338), 704. 
Spratley v. Griffiths (2 Bro. Ch. 179), 

480. 
Spratt v, Baldwin (33 Miss. 581), 1690. 
Spring v. Biles (1 T. R. 435) , 632. 
Springs. Hight (22 Me. 408), 339. 
Springy. Hight (16 N. J. Eq. 265), 354. 
Spring v. Pride (10 Jur. (N. S.) 646; 4 De 

G., J. & S. 395), 419, 669, 1180. 
Spring v. Wood worth (4 Allen, 326), 

826. 
Springers). Arundel (64 Pa. St. 218), 671, 

934. 
Springers. Berry (47Me. 330), 24, 706. 
Springers. Springer (114 111. 550), 197, 

308. 
Springers. Walters (34 Pa. St. 328), 578. 
Springett v. Dashwood (2 Gifl. 521), 

1190, 1564. 
Springett v. Jennings (L. R. 10 Eq. 488), 

813. 
Springfield, etc. R. Co. v. Stewart (51 

Ark, 285), 574. 
Springfield Co. v. Donovan (120 Mo. 

423; 25 S. W. Rep. 536), 1477. 



Sproul v. Atchison Nat. Bank (22 Kan. 

336), 652. 
Sprowl, Succession of (21 La. Ann. 

544), 1690. 
Spurgeon v. Collier (1 Eden, 65), 652. 
Spurlock v. Sproule (72 Mo. 503), 1096. 
Spurr v. Scovill (3 Cush. 578), 36. 
Spurrier v. Hancock (4 Ves. 667), 200. 
Squibb ii. Wynn (1 P. Wms. 381), 633. 
Squire v. Dean (4 Bro. Ch. 326), 657. 
Squire v. Harder (1 Paige, 4*4), 363. 
Squire's Appeal (70 Pa. St. 268), 413, 417. 
Squires v. Ashford (23 Beav. 132), 680. 
Staats v. Bergen (17 N. J. Eq. 654), 1178. 
Staees. Gage (L. R. 8 Ch. D. 451), 1080. 
Stack v. O'Hara (90 Pa. St. 477), 794. 
Stackhouse v. Barneston (10 Ves. 465), 

466, 1597. 
Stackhouse v. Jersey (1 J. <& H. 721), 

600. 
Stackpole v. Beaumont (3 Ves. 95), 

1041, 1043, 1045. 
Stackpole v. Howell (13 Ves. 417), 893. 
Stacy v. Elph (1 Myl. & K. 195), 882, 886, 

889,891,892,896, 1016. 
Stafford v. Buckley (2 Ves. 179), 1066. 
Stafford v. Piddon (23 Beav. 386), 1267. 
Stafford v. Stafford (1 De G. & J. 193), 

1167, 1S43. 
Stafford v. Wheeler (93 Pa. St. 462), 232. 
Stafford!). VanRensalaer (9 Cow. 316), 

569, 677. 
Staggt). Beckman (2Edw. Ch. 89), 1678. 
Stainforth v. Staiuforth (2 Vern. 460), 

1529. 
Staley v. Hamilton (19 Fla. 275) , 705. 
Staley v. Howard (7 Mo. App. 377), 708. 
Stall v. Cincinnati (16 Ohio St. 170), 

1033. 
Stall v. Macallister (9 Ohio, 19), 1109. 
Stallings v. Freeman (2 Hill Ch.), 405. 
Stallings v. Thomas (55 Ark. 326; 18 S. 

W. Rep. 184), 1450, 1452. 
Stambaugh's Estate (135 Pa. St. 585; 19 

Atl. Rep. 1058), 1282, 1290, 1312. 
Stammers v. Macomb (2 Wend. 454), 

724. 
Stampe v. Cooke (1 Cox, 236), 633. 
Stamper v. Barker (5 Madd. 134), 13. 
Stamps v. Case (41 Mich. 267) , 1364. 
Stanger, In re (35 Fed. Rep. 238), 271. 
Standard Wagon Co. v. Nichols (41 

Hun, 261), 1408. 
Standlshu. Babcock (52 N. J. Eq. 628), 

1580, 1628. 
Stanes v. Parker (9 Beav. 385), 975. 
Stanford v. Roberts (6 Ch. App 306), 

1428. 
Stanhope v. Thacker (Pr. Ch. 436), 1526. 
Stanley v. Brannon (6 Black, 193), 339. 



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Stanley v. Colt (5 Wall. 119), 167, 181, 

610, 787. 
Stanley v. Lennard (1 Eden, 95), 8, 90. 
Stanleys. McGauran (L. K. lllr. 160), 

477. 
Stanley v. Stanley (16 Ves. 491), 926. 
Stanley i>. Stanley (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 589), 

491, 494, 1593. 
Stanley's Appeal (8 Pa. St. 431), 286, 287, 

1173, 1210. 
Stanton v. Hall (2 E. & M. 176), 680. 
Stanway v. Styles (2 Eq. Abr. 246), 

717. 
Stapleton v. Stapleton (14 Sim. 186), 

155,851. 
Stapp v. Toler (3 Bibb, 450), 1184. 
Stark v. Canady (3 Litt. 399) , 809. 
Stark v. Starr (1 Sawy. 15), 606, 607. 
Starke v. Etbridge (71 N. Oar. 240), 

1489. 
Starker. Oleson (44 Neb. 646), 988, 990. 
Starke v. Starke (3 Rich. 438), 1537. 
Starkey v. Brooks (1 P. Wms. 391), 241, 

260. 
Starkie, Ex parte (3 Sim. 339), 832, 841, 

1563. 
Starkweather v. Am. Bible Soc. (72111. 

50; 22 Am. Rep. 133), 747. 
Starkweather v. Smith (6 Mich. 377), 

707. 
Starling's Ex. v. Price (16 Ohio St. 31), 

107, 118, 127. 
Starr v. Ellis (6 Johns. Ch. 393), 978. 
Starr v. Hamilton (1 Deady, 265) , 710. 
Starr v. Moulton (97 111. 525), 1110. 
Starr b. Starr (1 Ohio, 321), 47,72. 
Starr v. Vanderheyden (9 Johns. 253), 

427. 
Starr v. Wright (20 Ohio St. 97), 12. 
State v. Adams (4 Mo. 570), 781. 
State v. Ansmus (35 S. W. Rep. 1021), 

905. 
State v. Bank of Maryland (6 Gill & J. 

295), 1411. 
State v. Boeppler (63 Mo. App. 151), 

1401. 
State v. Brown (68 N. Car. 554), 856. 
State v. Bryce (7 Ohio, 414), 9. 
States. Campbell (5 S. Dak. 636; 60 N. 

W. Rep. 32), 1500. 
State n. Cheston (51 Md. 352), 854. 
State v. Cincinnati (16 Ohio St. 170), 

1072, 1653. 
State v. Collier (72 Mo. 13), 556. 
State v. Eltlng (29 Kan. 397), 656. 
State v. Frazier (134 Ind. 648; 32 N. E. 

Rep. 636), 706. 
State v. Gorman (4 Houst. 624), 705. 
State v. Greensdale (106 Ind. 364), 1201. 
State v. Griffith (2 Del. Ch. 392), 750. 



State v. Guilford (15 Ohio, 593), 1123, 

1236, 1589. 
State v. Hunt (40 Mo. App. 616), 903, 904. 
State v. Jones (53 Mo. App. 207), 1186. 
State v. Kock (47 Mo 582) , 979. 
States. Martins (18 Mo. App. 468), 839. 
State v. Mayor of Mobile (5 Port. 279), 

19, 21. 
State v. Mayor of Orange (32 N. J. 49), 

952. 
States. Meagher (44 Mo. 356; 100 Am. 

Dec. 298), 1135, 1140, 1141, 1142. 
State v. Netherton (20 Mo. App. 414), 

1003, 1060, 1131, 1132. 
State v. Nichols (10 Gill & J. 27), 856, 

884, 885. 
State v. Piatt (4 Harr. 154), 1691. 
State v. Prewltt (20 Mo. 165), 748, 760. 
State v. Purdy (36 Wis. 213), 656. 
State v. Reeder (5 Neb. 203), 967. 
State v. Roche (94 Ind. 372) , 839. 
State v. Roudebush (114 Ind. 347; 16 N. 

E. Rep. 636), 1719. 
State v. Rush (20 Wis. 212), 23, 431. 
State v. Stebbins (1 Stew. 299), 21. 
State v. Tolan (33 N. J. L. 195), 1666, 

1678. 
State v. Warren (28 Md. 338), 250, 756. 
State Bank a. Chappelle (40 Mich. 447), 

1503, 1518. 
State Bank v. Hastings (15 Wis. 75), 38. 
State Road, In re (60 Pa. St. 330), 1130. 
Staunton v. Hall (2 R. &M. 175), 165. 
Stead v. Clay (2Beav. 365), 663. 
Steagall v. Steagall (90 Va. 73; 17 S. E. 

Rep. 756), 427. 
Steamboat Co. ». Locke (73 Mo. 370), 

1608. 
Stearly's Appeal (3 Grant's Cas. 270), 

908. 
Stearns v. Godfrey (16 Me. 158), 1302. 
Stearns v. Hubbard (8 Greene, 320), 66. 
Stearns v. Palmer (10 Met. 32), 922, 941, 

942, 950, 1267. 
Stebbins v. JenDings (10 Pick. 172), 789. 
Stedman v. Frieder (20 N. T. 437), 1210. 
Steed v. Enowles (79 Ala. 446) , 704. 
Steedman v. Poole (6 Hare, 193), 669. 
Steele v. Babcock (1 Hill, 527), 329, 383. 
Steele v. Kinkle (3 Ala. 352), 465. 
Steele v. Steele (1 Ired. Eq. 452), 651, 655, 

686. 
Steele v. Steele (64 Ala. 438), 1321. 
Steele v. Waller (28Beav. 466), 155. 
Steen v. Steen (25 Miss. 513), 860. 
Steereu. Steere (5 Johns. Ch. 1), 47,61, 

62, 71, 72, 307, 355, 370. 
Stehman's Appeal (5 Pa. St. 413), 1692. 
Steib v. Whitehead (111 111. 247), 1271, 

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Steines v. Franklin Co. (48 Mo. 165), 

1542. 
Steinharta. Cunningham (130 N.Y.292; 

29 N. E. Eep. 100), 168. 
Steinlein v. Halstead (52 Wis. 289), 1364. 
Steinmanu. Ewing (43 Pa. St. 63), 710. 
Stell's Appeal (10 Pa. St. 149) , 1127, 1234. 
Stenberg, In re (L. E. (1895) 2 Ch. D. 433), 

1581. 
Stent v. Eobinson (12 Ves. 461), 354. 
Stephens. Swan (9 Leigh, 404), 28. 
Stephen's Appeal (38 Pa. St. 9), 578. 
Stephens v. Beall (22 Wall. 338), C99, 

1495, 1496. 
Stephens v. Clay (17 Colo. 489; 30 Pac. 

Eep. 43), 1501. 
Stephens v. Crawford (1 Ga. 574), 818. 
Stephens, Ex parte (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 807), 

1309. 
Stephens v. Howard (32 N. J. Eq. 244), 

834. 
Stephens v. Laudle (3 Hayw. 221), 461. 
Stephens v. Lowry (2 N. C. C- 87), 1001. 
Stephens v. Miller (24 N. J. Eq. 358), 

1217. 
Stephens v. Olive (2 Bro. Ch. 90), 720, 

722. 
Stephens v. Shannon (43 Ark. 464), 574. 
Stephens, Succession of (19 La. Ann. 

499), 847. 
Stephenson v. Axson (1 Bailey Eq. 274), 

840. 
Stephenson v. Brown (3 N. J. Eq. 503), 

647. 
Stephenson v. Heathcote (1 Eden, 38), 

1324. 
Stephenson v. January (49 Mo. 466), 

1094. 
Stephenson v. McClintock (141 111.604; 

31 N. E. Eep. 310), 212. 
Stephenson v. Osborne (41 Miss. 119; 90 

Am. Dee. 358), 723, 726. 
Stephenson v. Short (92 N. T. 433; 1 Am.. 

& Eng. Corp. Cas. 607), 750, 752, 815. 
Sterling v. Commonwealth (5 W. & S. 

162), 1305. 
Sterner v. Gage (55 N. H. 175; 20 Am. 

Eep. 191), 1140. 
Sterrett's Appeal (2 Pa. St. 419), 1240. 
Sterry v. Arden (1 Johns. Ch. 261; 12 

Johns. 536), 435, 478. 
Stettheimer v. Tone (114 N. Y. 601), 956. 
Stevens v. Austin (7 Jur. (N. S.) 873), 

895. 
Stevens v. Bagwell (15 Ves. 139), 38. 
Stevens v. Bateman (1 Bro. Ch. 22), 480. 
Stevens v. Bell (6 Mass. 339) , 1364. 
Stevens v. Clay (17 Colo. 489; 30 Pac. 

Rep. 43), 1488. 
Stevens v. Ely (1 Dev. Eq.. 497), 255, 256. 



Stevens i>. Fuller (8 N. H. 464), 488. 
Stevens v. Gage (55 N. H. 175), 1142. 
Stevens v. Gregg (10 Gill & J. 143), 1322, 

1324, 1352. 
Stevens v. Orman (16 Fla. 9), 489. 
Stevens v. Eobertson (37 L. J. Ch. 499), 

1137. 
Stevens v. Shannahan (160 111. 330), 1451. 
Stevens v. Shippen (28 N. J. Eq. 487), 

734, 749,756,811. 
Stevens v. Stevens (70 Me. 92), 334, 340. 
Stevens v. Stevens (80 Hun, 514; 30 N". 

T. Supl.625), 1203, 1434. 
Stevens v. Wilson (18 N. J. Eq. 447)' 

308. 
Stevenson v. Orapnell (114 111. 19; 28 N. 

E. Eep. 379), 233. 
Stevenson v. Dane (166 Mass. 163; 44 N. 

E. Eep. 128), 1494. 
Stevenson, In re (3 Paige, 420), 1394. 
Stevenson v. Lesley (70 N. T. 512), 616. 
Stevenson v. Mayor (L. E. 10 Q. B. 81), 

1072. 
Stevenson v. Maxwell (2 Sandf. Ch. 284), 

1687. 
Stevenson's Estate (4 Whart. 98), 1688. 
Stewards. Welch (84 Me. 308; 24 Atl. 

Eep. 860), 212. 
Stewarts. Brown (2S. &R. 461), 308. 
Stewart v. Brown (112 Mo. 171), 1489. 
Stewart v. Chadwlck (8 Iowa, 463), 388. 
Stewart v. Duffy (116 111. 47), 414. 
Stewart v. Green (5 Ir. Eq. 470), 7. 
Stewarts. Ives (1 Sm. & M. 197), 569,576. 
Stewart v, Kirkland (19 Ala. 162), 34, 1117. 
Stewart v. Kissam (11 Barb. 271), 1120, 

1228. 
Stewart v. Lewis (16 Ala. 734), 829. 
Stewart v. Noble (Vern. & Scriv. 528), 

1346, 1347. 
Stewarts. Pettus (10 Mo. 755), 894, 979, 

1089. 
Stewart v. Rutherford (4 Jones, 483) , 390. 
Stewarts. Sanderson (L. R. 10Eq.26), 

1136, 1205. 
Stewart v. Spencer (1 Curt. 157), 1394. 
Stewart v. Stevens (10 Colo. 440) , 231. 
Stewart v. Stewart (7 Johns. Ch. 229), 

672, 674. 
Stewart v. Stewart (6 CI. &Fin. 911), 504. 
Stewart v. Stout (38 W. Va. 478; 18 S. E. 

Eep. 726), 661. 
Stewart v. Walker (72 Me. 146), 108. 
Stewart v. Wood (63 Mo. 252), 580. 
Stewart v. Wyoming Eancb Co. (129 U. 

S. 383), 489, 490. 
Stewart's Appeal (110 Pa. St. 410), 1338. 
Stewart's Estate (140 Pa. St. 124), 1338. 
Stlckney v. Evans (127 Mass. 202), 1473, 

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Stickneys. Sewell (1 Myl. & Cr. 814), 

1102, 1130, 1204. 
Stlkeman s. Dawson (1 De G. & S. 321) , 

27. 
Stileman s. Ashdown (2 Atk. 480), 27, 

354. 
Stiles s. Cooper (3 Atk. 692), 498, 622. 
Stiles ii. Guy (4 T. & C. 571), 867. 
Stiles v. Guy (16 Sim. 230) , 1116. 
Stiles v. Stiles (lLans. 90), 828. 
Still s. Griffith (27 Ga. 504), 578. 
Stilley s. Folger (14 Ohio, 610), 100. 
Stilwell s. Adams (29 Ark. 346), 704. 
Stillwell v. Leavey '(84 Ky . 379), 1535. 
Stillwells. Wilkinson (Jacobs, 280), 480, 

642. 
Stimpson v. Fries (2 Jones Eq. 156), 

1364. 
Stine v. Wilkinson (10 Mo. 75), 1093, 1108, 

1109, 1171. 
Stiners. Stiner (58 Barb. 643), 528. 
Stinson s. Pepper (47 Fed. Kep. 676), 

1511. 
Stock v. Moyse (12 Ir. Oh. 246), 202. 
Stock v. Vining (25 Beav. 236), 104. 
Stookard v. Stockard (7 Humph. 306; 

46 Am. Dec. 79), 1750. 
Stockbridge v. Stockbridge (99 Mass. 

244), 920, 924, 930. 
Stocken s. Dawes (6 Beav. 371), 1710. 
Stocken s. Stocken (4 Sim. 152; 2 Myl. 

&K. 489; 4 Myl. & K. 95), 833, 835. 
Stockton s. Ward (11 How. 232), 417. 
Stocks s. Dobson (4 De G., M. & G. 11), 

1116. 
Stoddard ji. Hart (23 N. T. 556), 219. 
Stoffel v. Schroeder (62 Mo. 147), 1607. 
Stokers. Yelby (11 Ala. 327), 956,1115, 

1266. 
Stokes «. Frazier (72 111. 428), 1718, 1722. 
Stokes s. Middleton (28 N. J. L. 32), 920. 
Stokes s. Payne (68 Miss. 614; 38 Am. 

Rep. 340), 1073. 
Stokes v. Phelps' Mission (47 Hun, 570), 

411. 
Stoll s. Milne (L. R. 25 Ch. D. 710), 1701. 
Stondemeiers. Williamson (29 Ala. 558), 

1242. 
Stone v. Bishop (4 01iff.593),82, 151, 1266. 
Stone s. Oarr (3 Esp. 1), 837. 
Stone s. Covell (29 Mich. 359), 475. 
Stones). Denny (4 Met. 161), 484. 
Stone v. Framingham (109 Mass. 303), 

817. 
Stone s. Griffin (3 Vt. 400) , 596, 750. 
Stones. Hackett (12 Gray, 227) j 96, 147, 

152, 159, 160, 956, 1745. 
Stone, In re (138 Mass. 476), 1753. 
Stones. King (7R.I. 358), 159. 
Stone v. Lidderdale (2 Anst. 633), 38. 



Stone s. Littlefleld (151 Mass. 485; 24 N. 

E. Rep. 592), 1192, 1434, 1599. 
Stones. Stone (3 Jur. (N. S.) 708), 367. 
Stone s. Stone (L. R. 5 Oh. 74), 1257. 
Stones. Theed (2Bro. Ch. 248), 1159". 
Stone s. Welling (14 Mich. 514), 441. 
Stonehouse v. Evelyn (3 P. Wms. 252), 

250. 
Stonor v. Curwen (5 Sim. 269), 90, 101, 

102, 113. 
Stoolfoos v. Jenkins (12 S. & R. 399), 381, 

1592. 
Stopford v. Canterbury (11 Sim. 82), 

834. 
Storers. Lane (1 Tex. Civ. App. 260; 20 

S. W. Rep. 852), 501. 
Storrs v. Barker (6 Johns. Ch. 166), 

542. 
Storrs v. Flint (46 N. T. Sup. Ct. 498), 

993. 
Story v. Livingstone (13 Pet. 359), 1728. 
Story s. Palmer (46 Jr. J. Eq. 1; 18 Atl. 

Rep. 363), 31, 110, 1572, 1611. 
Story s. Winsor (3 P. Wms. 279), 438. 
Story s. Winsor (2 Atk. 630) , 441. 
Stotc s. Milne (L. R. 25 Ch. D. 710), 1135. 
Stottnoff v. Reed (32 N. J. Eq. 213), 1257. 
Stouflers. Olaggett (32 Atl. Rep. 284), 

1214. 
Stout v. Stout (44 N. J. Eq. 479), 1523. 
Stovers. Flack (41 Barb. 162), 369, 374. 
Stows. Kimball (28111. 93), 334. 
Stow s. Yarwood (20 111. 497) , 1408. 
Stowe v. Bowen (99 Mass. 194), 1127, 

1234. 
Stowe s. Chapin (51 Hun, 640; 4N. Y. 

Supl. 496), 1297, 1738. 
Stowell s. Grider (48 Ark. 220), 704. 
Stowell v. Hastings (59 Vt. 498; 8 Atl. 

Rep. 738), 1264. 
Strange v. Fooks (4 Gift. 408), 1598. 
Strange s. Smith (Amb. 261), 1046. 
Stratford v. Powell (1 B. & B. 25), 114. 
Strathmores. Bowes (2Bro. Ch. 345; 2 

Cox, 33; 1 Ves. Jr. 22), 101, 548, 553. 
Stratton s. Cal. Land & Timber Co. (86 

Cal. 353; 24Pac. Rep. 1065), 191, 433. 
Stratton s. Dialogue (16 ST. J. Eq. 70), 

308. 
Stratton s. Grimes (2 Vera. 357), 1041, 

1043. 
Stratton v. Murphy (1 Ir. Eq. 361), 606. 
Stratton s. Payne(3Bro. P. C. 257), 

247. 
Stratton s. Physio Medical Coll. (149 

Mass. 508), 748. 
Streatfleld v, Streatfleld (Cas. t. Talbot 

176), 101,102. 
Streeters. Ilsley (151 Mass. 291), 1479. 
Streitz s. Hartman (26 Neb. 33), 1627. 



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Stretch v. Gowdy (3 Tenn. Ch. 565), 

1690. 
Stretch v. Watkins (IMadd. 253), 837, 

1561. 
Stribblehill v. Brett (2 Vern. 445), 545. 
Strickland v. Aldrldge (9 Ves. 516), 66, 

506, 513. 
Striker v. Mott (2 Paige, 387; 22 Am. 

Dec. 646), 919. 
Strimpfler v. Roberts (18 Pa. St. 283), 

174, 308, 358, 359, 364. 
Stringfellow v. Ivey (73 Ala. 209), 573, 

587. 
Stringham v. Brown (7 Iowa, 33), 1468. 
Strode v. Blackburne (3 Ves. 225), 1427. 
Strode v. Churchill (2 Litt. 75), 97. 
Strodes v. Patton (1 Brock. 228), 1049. 
Strohmo. Good (113 Ind. 93), 574. 
Strong v. Ehle (86 Mich. 42), 576. 
Strong v. Gregory (19 Ala. 146), 654. 
Strong v. Ingraham (6 Sim. 197), 1357. 
Strong v. Messenger (148 111. 431; 36 N. 

Bep. 617), 336. 
Strong v. Strong (126 111. 301), 574. 
Strongs. Willis (3Fla. 124; 52 Am. Dec. 

364), 889, 1228, 1394. 
Stronghills. Austey (1 De G., M. & G. 

635), 1073, 1085, 1652. 
Strother v. Law (54 111. 413), 1456, 1460. 
Stroud v. Barnett (3 Dana, 394), 1150, 

1322, 1324. 
Stroud v. Gwyer (6 Jur. (N. S.) 719), 

1006, 1067, 1141, 1244, 1341. 
Stroud v. Pace (36 Ark. 100) , 574. 
Stroup v. Stroup (140 Ind. 179; 27 L. E. 

A. 523), 1279. 
Strutters v. Pearee (51 N. T. 357), 398. 
Struves. Childs (63 Ala. 473), 1465. 
Styer v. Freas (15 Pa. St. 339) , 1085. 
Styles v. Guy (1 Macn. & G. 431), 885, 

1102, 1235. 
Styles v. Guy (1 H. & Tw. 328), 1543, 

1545. 
Stuark v. Kirkwall (3 Madd. 387), 693, 

694, 695, 697. 
Stuart v. Bute (9 H. L. Oas. 440), 826. 
Stuarts. Carson (1 Desaus. 6U0), 1322, 

1324. 
Stuart v. Harrison (52 Iowa, 511), 575. 
Stuart v. Kissam (2 Barb. 494), 647. 
Stubbs v. Roth (2 Ball & B. 548), 399. 
Stubbs v. Sargon (2 Keen, 255; 2 Beav. 

496; 3 Myl. & Cr. 507), 52, 53, 243, 254, 

681, 684. 
Stnlts v. Brown (112 Ind. 379; 2 Am. 

St. Rep. 190), 585. 
Stump u. Gaby (2 De G., M. &G. 623), 

393, 421, 1597. 
Stump v. Gaby (5 De G., M. & G. 306), 

396. 



Sturdevant's Estate, In re (23 Atl. Rep. 

826), 705. 
Sturgeon v. Burrell (1 111. App. 537), 

1718. 
Sturgis v. Champneys (5 Myl. & Cr. 97), 

678,679. 
Sturgis v. Corp. (13Ves. 190), 669. 
Sturgis v. Morse (3 De G. & J. 1), 1538. 
Sturtevant v. Sturtevant (20 N. Y. 39; 

75 Am. Dec. 371), 71. 
Stuyvesant, Inre (3Edw. Ch. 229), 904. 
Suarez v. DeMontiguy (1 Hun App. 

494; 37 N. T. Supl. 503), 987. 
Suarez v. Pumpelly (2 Sandt. Ch. 336), 

851, 864, 1005. 
Succession of Clay (34 La. Ann. 1131), 

575. 
Succession of Osborn (40 La. Ann. 615; 

4 So. Rep. 580), 682. 
Suddeth v. Knight (14 So. Rep. 475), 587. 
Suessenguth v. Bingenheimer (40 Wis. 

370), 475. 
Sugdenc. Crossland (3 Sm. & G. 192), 

. 890, 897. 
Sugg v. Tillman (2 Swan, 208), 1385. 
Suggitt's Trusts, Inre (L. R. 3 Ch. 215), 

675, 678, 682. 
Sullivan v. Blackwell (28 Miss. 737), 286. 
Sullivan v. Howard (20 Md. 191), 1204. 
Sullivan v. Latimer (35 S. Car. 422; 14 

S. E. Rep. 933; 38 S. Car. 158), 864, 

907, 1179. 
Sullivan v. Portland & K. R. R. Co. (94 

U. S. 906), 1535. 
Sullivan v. Smith (15 Neb. 476), 1391, 

1395, 1417, 1420. 
Sullivan v. State (121 Ind. 342), 1342. 
Sullivan v. Sullivan (21 Law R. 531), 

282. 
Sullivan v. Sullivan (86 Tenn. 376), 231; 

269, 369. 
Sullivan v. Winthrop (1 Sumn. 1),353, 

840. 
Sumner v. Newton (64 Wis. 210), 1620, 

1747, 1752. 
Sumner v. Sessoms (94 N. Oar. 371), 

1490. 
Sumrall v. Chaffin (48 Mo. 402), 1479, 

1486. 
Sunday School v. Davis (63 Conn. 377; 

28AtI. Rep. 537), 731. 
Sunderland v. Sunderland (19 Iowa, 

325), 364. 
Sunnyside, etc. Co. v. Reltz (35 N. E. 

Rep. 541), 96. 
Supervisors v. Schenck (5 Wall. 772), 

1542. 
Supples. Lawson fAmb. 729), 632, 1000. 
Suteru. Hilliard (132 Mass. 412; 42 Am. 

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Suter v. Ives (47 Md. 520) , 1635. 
Suters. Matthews (115 Mass. 253), 1724. 
Sutherland v. Bradner (39 Hun, 134), 

1368. 
Sutherland v. Brush (7 Johns. Cb. 17), 

1234. 
Sutpnen v. Fowler (9 Paige, 280), 35, 36. 
Sutter v. First Eef. Dutch Church (42 

Pa. St. 503), 793, 794. 
Sutton v. Oraddock (1 Ired. Eg.. 134), 

1437. 
Sutton v. Jones (15 Ves. 587), 394. 
Sutton v. Sharp (1 Huss. 146), 1255. 
Sutton v. Sutton (80 Ga. 178; 12 Am. St. 

llep.249),647. 
Sutton v. Sutton (7 Gratt. 234), 1107, 

1348. 
Sutton v. Wilder (L. E. 12 Eq. 373; 41 L. 

J. Ch. 30), 1057, 1193, 1194, 1257. 
Suydam v. Martin (Wright, 384), 432. 
Swain v. Duane (48 Oal. 358), 655. 
Swaine v. Denby (L. E. 14 Oh. D. 326), 

1613. 
Swale v. Swale (22 Beav. 584), 1576. 
Swan v. Benson (31 Ark. 728), 574. 
Swan v. Emerson (129 Mass. 289), 1501. 
Swan v. Frick (34 Md. 27), 151. 
Swan v. Ligan (1 McCord Ch. 232), 440, 

594, 1437. 
Swan v. Scott (11 S. & E. 155), 565. 
Swarthoutv. Curtis (5N.T. 301; 55 Am. 

Dec. 345), 460, 1105. 
Swartwout v. Burr (1 Barb. 495), 29. 
Swartz v. Swartz (4 Barr, 453), 416. 
Swartzerv. Gillette (1 Chand. 207), 560. 
Swartzwalter's Account (4 Watts, 77), 

1692. 
Swasey v. Am. Bible Soc. (57 Me. 526), 

748, 756. 
Swasey v. Antram (24 Ohio St. 87), 709. 
Sweazy v. Kamner (61 Iowa, 642), 706. 
Sweezy v. Thayer (1 Duer, 286), 828. 
Sweigert v. Berk (8 S. & E. 304), 1082. 
Sweeney®. Bixler (69 Ala. 539), 199. 
Sweeney v. Sampson (5 Ind. 465), 747. 
Sweeney v. Sheridan (37 J. & S. 587), 

1405, 1722. 
Sweeney v. Smith (15 B. Mon. 325; 61 

Am. Dec. 188), 706. 
Sweet v. Dean (43 111. App. 650), 280. 
Sweet v. Jacocks (6 Paige Ch. 355; 31 

Am. Dec. 252), 193, 413, 417, 1184. 
Sweet v. Jeffries (67 Mo. 420), 1171. 
Sweet v. Southcote (2Bro. Ch. 66), 445. 
Sweetapple v. Bindon (2 Vern. 536), 

114, 298, 963, 965. 
Sweeting v. Sweeting (L. J. 33 Ch. 211), 

965, 1277. 
Swift v. Beneficial Society (73 Pa. St. 

362), 735. 



Swift v. Castle (23 111. 209), 665. 
Swift v. Davis (8 East, 354), 366. 
Swift v. Easton Beneficial Soc. (73 Pa. 

St. 362), 749. 
Swift, Exparte (1 E. & M. 575), 836. 
Swift v. Hart (35 Hun, 129), 1405, 1406. 
Swift v. Jewsbury (L. E. 9 Q. B. 244), 

476. 
Swift v. Mut. Fire Ins. Co. (18 Vt. 313), 

1029. 
Swift v. Swift (34 Beav. 266; 11 Jur. (N. 

S.) 458), 725. 
Swift v. Winterbottom (L. E. 8 Q. B. 

244), 484. 
Swift's Appeal (87 Pa. St. 502), 987. 
Swin v. Francis (L. E. 3 App. Cas. 106), 

476, 484. 
Swinburne v. Swinburne (28 N. T. 563), 

204, 374, 388, 434, 534, 636. 
Swinfen v. Swinfen (29 Beav. 211), 1188, 

1196. 
Swink v. Snodgrass (17 Ala. 653), 456, 

1657. 
Swinn v. Bush (23 Mich. 99), 492. 
Swinnock v. De Crispe (Freem. 87), 

988. 
Swinton v. Egleston (3 Eich. Eq. 201), 

259. 
Swissholm's Appeal (56 Pa. St. 475), 

426, 430. 
Switzer v. Skiles (3 Gilm. 529; 44 Am. 

Dec. 723), 193,413. 
Switzer v. Switzer (12 Gratt. 680), 723. 
Swope u. Chambers (2 Gratt. 319), 

856. 
Swoyer's Appeal (5 Pa. St. 377), 1092, 

1102, 1204. 
Sykes v. Beadon (L. E. 11 Ch. D. 170), 

555, 560, 563. 
Sykes v. Betts (87 Ala. 537; 2 So. Eep. 

648), 587. 
Sykes v. Sheard (2 De G., J. & S. 6; 33 

Beav. 114; L. J. 33 Ch. 181), 1017, 

1079, 1080, 1086. 
Sykes' Trusts, In re (2 Johns. & H. 415), 

696. 
Sylvesteru. Wilson (2T. E. 444), 919. 
Symes v. Hughes (L. E. 9 Bq. 474), 

255. 
Symonds v. Wilkes (11 Jur. (N. S.) 65 

669. 
Symons v. Eutter (3 Vern. 227), 299. 
Sympson v. Turner (1 Eq. Ca. Abr. 

383), 912, 917, 929. 
Synge». Hale (2 B. & B. 499), 115. 
Synnot v. Simpson (5 H. L. Cas. 241), 

1317. 
Sypher v. McHenry (18 Iowa, 232), 1170. 
Syracuse Sav. Banks. Holden (105N. 

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T. 

Tabb v. Archer (3Hem. &M. 399;3 Am. 

Deo. 657), 12. 
Tabor s. Brooks (L. B. 10 Ch. D. 273), 

995, 1119, 1178. 
Taft s. Diomed (16 B. I. 584), 51. 
Tagg s. Bowman (99 Pa. St. 376), 1171. 
Tagg s. Tenn. Nat. Bank (9 Heisk. 

479), 484. 
Taggarts. Muse (60 Miss. 870), 707. 
Tainter s. Clark (13 Met. 220), 748, 1013, 

1016, 1037, 1066. 
Taits. Lathbury (L. E. 1 Eq. 174), 1069. 
Talt s. Leithead (Kay, 658), 87. 
Taits. Northwick (4Ves. 618), 1346. 
Taites. Swinestead (26 Beav. 525) , 1013. 
Talbot v. Marsbfleld (L. E. 3 Ch. 622), 

1118, 1138, 1191, 1564, 1566, 1567, 1573. 
Talbot s. Eadnor (3 Myl. & K. 524), 893, 

1062, 1193, 1194. 
Talbotts. Armstrong (14 Ind. 254), 589. 
Talbotts. Barber (11 Ind. App. 1; 38 N. 

E.Eep. 487), 63, 356. 
Talbotts. Mansfield (L. E. 4 Eq. 661), 

997. 
Talbott s. Todd (5 Dana, 199) , 462. 
Taloott v. Hess (31 Hun, 282), 1364. 
Taliaferro s. Taliaferro (6 Ala. 404), 369. 
Tallinger s. Mandeville (113 N. T. 427; 

28 Am. L. Eeg. 471), 721. 
Tallman v. Jones (13 Kan. 438), 706. 
Tallman v. Tallman (3 Misc. Eep. 465; 

23 N. T. Supl. 374), 731. 
Taney's Appeal (97 Pa. St. 74), 847. 
Tankard s. Tankard (84 N. Car. 286), 

434, 500, 520, 525. 
Tanner s. Elworthy (4 Beav. 487), 399. 
Tanner s. Hughes (53 Pa. St. 289), 982. 
Tanner s. Skinner (11 Bush, 120), 49, 60, 

880. 
Tapley s. Butterfield (1 Met. 515) , 1419. 
Tappan s. Ailsworth (13 E. I. 585), 328. 
Tappan s. Deblois (45 Me. 122), 748, 756. 
Tappan v. Bicannio (16 N. J. Eq. 89), 

1742. 
Tappan's Appeal (52 Conn. 412), 747. 
Tappenden s. Eandall (2B. & P. 467), 

564. 
Tarbaek v. Marbury (2 Ves. 510), 713. 
Tarbets. Twinning (1 Teates, 432), 655. 
Tarbuck s. Woodcock (3 Beav. 289) , 1679. 
Tarpley s. Poage (2 Tex. 139), 309. 
Tarrs. Williams (4Md. Ch. 68), 665. 
Tarrant s. Backus (63 Conn. 277; 28 Atl. 

Eep. 46), 900. 
Tartts. Clayton (109 111. 579), 1475, 1509. 
Tate s. Bush (62 Miss. 145) , 576. 
Tate s. Connor (2 Dev. Eq. 244), 1538. 
Tate v. Williamson (L. E. 1 Eq. 528), 494. 



Tatge s. Tatge (34 Minn. 272), 59. 
Tatham s. Vernon (29 Beav. 604), 92, 151. 
Tatums. Holliday (59 Mo. 422), 1486, 

1509. 
Tatums. McLellan (56 Miss. 352), 1025, 

1181. 
Taunton s. Morris (L. E. 8 Ch. D. 453), 

675, 678, 680. 
Taylor v. Agricultural Association (68 

Ala. 229), 1503. 
Taylor©. Albert (23 S. W. Eep. 962), 1612. 
Taylor v. Atwood (47 Conn. 498), 379. 
Taylor s. Benham (5 How. 233), 43, 947, 

971, 1103, 1108, 1222, 1462. 
Taylor s. Brown (55 Mich. 482), 403. 
Taylor s. Bryn Mawr College (34 N. J. 

Eq. 101), 787,811. 
Taylor s. Calvert (138 Ind. 67;87N. E. 

Eep. 531), 222, 1186. 
Taylor v. Cartwright (L. E. 14 Eq. 167), 

1138, 1257. 
Taylor v. Cussen (90 Va. 40; 17 S. E. 

Eep. 721), 661, 711. 
Taylor v. Davis (110 U. S. 330), 848. 
Taylor v. Dickinson (15 Iowa, 483), 1123, 

1457. 
Taylors. Duesterberg (109 Ind. 165), 14. 
Taylor v. Fleet (1 Barb. 471), 474. 
Taylor v. Poster (22 Ohio St. 255), 608. 
Taylor v. Franklin Sav. Bank (50 Fed. 

Eep. 289), 992, 1349. 
Taylor v. Galloway (1 Ham. 232), 1016, 

1076. 
Taylor v. George (2 V. & B. 378), 128, 130. 
Taylor v. Glanville (3 Madd. 176), 897, 

1667, 1678. 
Taylors. Hawkins (8 Ves. 209), 1173. 
Taylor v. Haygarth (14 Sim. 8; 8 Jur. 

185), 965, 966, 1277. 
Taylor v. Henry (48 Md. 560), 93, 151, 159. 
Taylors. Hite (61 Mo. 142), 828, 1135. 
Taylor v. Hopkins (40 111. 442), 1055, 

1096, 1244, 1256. 
Taylors. Huber (13 Ohio St. 288), 1620, 

1748. 
Taylor, Inre (18 Beav. 165), 1058. 
Taylors. Jaques (106 Mass. 291), 556. 
Taylor s. Johnson (63 N. Oar. 381), 304. 
Taylors. Johnston (L. E. 19 Ch. D. 603), 

294. 
Taylor v. Kelly (103 Cal. 178; 37 Pac. 

Eep. 216), 524. 
Taylors. King (6Munf. 358; 8 Am. Dec. 

746), 949, 1108. 
Taylors. Kleier (26 S. W. Eep. 3), 1077. 
Taylors. Lindsay (14 E. I. 518), 1277. 
Taylor s. McKinney (20 Cal. 618), 574. 
Taylors. Mason (9 Wheat. 350), 1043. 
Taylor s. Meads (4 De G., J. &B. 596), 

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Taylor s. Miles (19 Ore. 550; 25 Pac. Eep. 

143), 280, 370. 
Taylor s. Millington (4 Jar. (N. S.) 204), 

1114. 
Taylor D.Mississippi Mills (47 Ark. 247), 

495. 
Taylor s. Morris (1 Corast. 341), 1040. 
Taylors. Mosely (57 Miss. 644), 204, 388, 

534. 
Taylor s. Plumer (3 M. & S. 562), 203, 204, 

326, 532, 534, 972, 1627. 
Taylor s. Poniea (32 W. E. 335) , 1079. 
Taylor s. Popiiam (13 Ves. 59), 427. 
Taylor s. Pownal (10 Leigh, 183), 154. 
Taylors. Pugh (1 Hare, 608), 548, 653. 
Taylors. Eeid (103 111. 349), 1445. 
Taylors. Eoberts (3 Ala. 83), 1236. 
Taylors. Eoot (48 N. T. 687), 1666, 1678, 
Taylor s. Salmon (2 Mee. & Cromp. 139; 

4 Myl. & Or. 139) , 193. 330, 331, 391, 414. 
Taylors. Sayles (57 N. H. 465), 49. 
Taylor s. Shelton (30 Conn. 122) , 688. 
Taylors. Stibbert (2 Ves. Jr. 437), 432, 

478. 
Taylor s. Taylor (1 Atk. 386), 27, 174, 362. 
Taylor s. Taylor (3 De G., M. & G. 190), 

261. 
Taylors. Taylor (8 How. 183), 282, 285. 
Taylor s. Taylor (9 111. 303), 341, 366, 367. 
Taylors. Taylor (L. E. 20 Eg. 297), 1430, 

1630, 1602. 
Taylors. Taylor (74 Me. 582), 1399. 
Taylor s. Taylor (57 Miss. 644), 336. 
Taylor s. Taylor (13 N. Y. Supl. 55), 335, 

336. 
Taylor s. Tibbetts (13 B. Mon. 184), 893. 
Taylors. Trustees (34 N. J. Eq. 101), 

734, 749. 
Taylors. Von Sehraeder (107 Mo. 206), 

358. 
Taylor s. Watkins (13 So. Eep. 811), 88, 

865. 
Taylor s. Wheeler (2 Vern. 564), 976. 
Taylor's Settlement, In re (9 Hare, 596), 

259. 
Teagues. Fox (L. E. (1893) 1 Ch. 292), 

1437. 
Teakle s. Bailey (2 Brock. 44), 414, 416. 
Tebbetts v. Tilton (31 N. H. 273), 308. 
Tebbitts. Tebbitt (1 De G. &Sm. 506), 

104. 
Tebbs s. Carpenter (1 Madd. 300), 330, 

387, 1056, 1162, 1217. 
Tedder v. Steele (70 Ala. 347), 573. 
Tee s. Ferris (2 Kay & J. 357), 851. 
Teegardens. Lewis (35 N. E. Eep. 24), 

13,44. 
Teller s. Bishop (8 Minn. 226), 687. 
Tempest s. Camoys (L. E. 21 Ch. D. 

571), 995, 1007. 



Tempest, In re (L. E. 1 Ch. 487), 31, 1431. 
Temple s. Hammock (52 Miss. 360), 1612. 
Temple s. Hawley (1 Sand. Ch. 153), 12. 
Temple s. Williams (4 Ired. Eq. 39), 183. 
Templetons. Brown (86 Tenn. 60), 686. 
Tennant s. Elliott (1 B. & P. 3), 663. 
Tennant s. Stoney (1 Eich. Eq. 222; 44 

Am. Dec. 213), 656, 656. 
Tennant s. Trenchard (L. E. 4 Ch. App. 

547), 1178. 
Tenney s. Porter (61 Ark. 329; 33 S. W. 

Eep. 211), 1629. 
Tenney s. Simpson (37 Kan. 363; 41 Kan. 

661), 51, 62, 313. 
Terrett s. Crombie (6 Lans. 82), 445. 
Terrill s. Hope (2 Atk. 558), 654. 
Terrill s. Matthews (L. J. 11 Ch. 31), 

1127, 1234. 
Terrill s. Murry (4 Terg. 104), 461. 
Terry s. Butler (43 Barb. 396), 1364. 
Terry v, Hammonds (47 Cal. 35), 699, 705. 
Terry s. Keaton (68 Ala. 667), 674. 
Terry's Will, In re (19 Beav. 580), 123. 
Tessier s. Wyse (3 Bland, 185), 1322. 
Teveau v. Ball (1 McCord Ch. 458), 1690. 
Tevis s. Armstrong (71 Tex. 59), 1542, 
Thachers. Pray (113 Mass. 291), 1188. 
Thaekara s. Mentzer (100 Pa. St. 151), 

1290, 1296. 
Thacker s. Tracy (8 Mo. App. 318), 1093. 
Thackwell s. Gardiner (5 De G. & Sm. 

58), 623, 661. 
Thatchers. Candee (3 Keyes, 157), 888, 

890, 896, 897, 1394. 
Thatcher s. Churchill (118 Mass. 108), 

73, 478. 
Thatchers. Oorder (2 Keyes, 157), 889. 
Thatcher s. Omans (3 Pick. 521), 912. 
Thatcher v. St. Andrew's Church (37 

Mich. 264), 878, 893, 1108, 1746. 
Thayer s. Gould (1 Atk. 615), 1591. 
Thayer s. Swift (Harr. (Mich.) 430), 1121. 
Thayer s. Wellington (9 Allen, 283), 142, 

143, 253, 254, 893. 
Thayer s. Wendell (1 Gall. 37), 1031. 
Thebaud s. Schermerhorn (61 How. 

Pr. 200; 30 ST. Y. 303; 30 Hun, 332), 

159, 1746, 1747. 
Thelluson s. Woodford (4 Ves. 329), 762, 

1520. 
Thickness s. Vernon (2 Freem. 84), 216. 
Thiebauds. Tait (138 Ind.238; 36 N. E. 

Eep. 525), 1158. 
Third Nat. Bank s. Gas Co. (36 Minn. 

75), 1627. 
Third Nat. Bank v. Guenther (123 N. Y. 

668; 20 Am. St. Eep. 780), 709. 
Third Nat. Bank s. Stillwater Gas Co. 

(36 Minn. 76), 1625. 
Thistlewood, Exparte (1 Eose, 290), 480. 



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Thomas s. Am. Freehold Land, etc. Co. 

(47 Fed. Rep. 550), 1721. 
Thomas®. Brinsfield (7Ga. 154), 1537. 
Thomas s. Brownville, etc. Ry. Co. (109 

U. S.522), 411. 
Thomas s. Oaulkett (57 Mich. 392), 556. 
Thomas s. Chicago (55 111. 403), 339. 
Thomas s. Dering (1 Keen, 729), 1119. 
Thomas s. Evans (105 N. T. 606), 560. 
Thomas v. Everhard (6 Hurl. & N. 448), 

726. 
Thomas, Ex parte (Ambl. 146), 832, 841. 
Thomas s. Folwell (2 Whart. 11), 665, 

921. 
Thomas s. Harkness (13 Bu9h, 23), 651, 

686. 
Thomas s. Harvie (10 Wheat. 146), 469. 
Thomas s. Howell (L. R. 18 Eq. 198), 813. 
Thomas, In. re (1 Hun, 473), 828. 
Thomas s. James (82 Ala. 723), 987. 
Thomas s. Jameson (77 Cal. 91), 313. 
Thomas s. Jenks (5 Rawle, 221), 1361, 

1371. 
Thomas s. Jones (84 Ala. 302), 1490. 
Thomas s. McCann (4 B. Mon. 601), 484. 
Thomas s. Merry (113 Ind. 88), 75. 
Thomas s. Scruggs (10 Terg. 401), 1006, 

1123, 1215, 1231, 1341, 1589. 
Thomas s. Standiford (49 Md. 181), 346, 

358,532. 
Thomas s. Stone (Walk. Ch. 117), 441. 
Thomas s. Thomas (2 Kay & J. 79), 1536. 
Thomas s. Thomas (62 Miss. 531), 313. 
Thomas s. Thomas (24 Ore. 251; 33 Pac. 

Rep. 565), 577. 
Thomas s. Walker (5 Humph. 93), 309, 

532. 
Thomas s. White (3 Litt. 177), 461. 
Thomas s. Wood (1 Md. Ch. 296), 259. 
Thomas' Appeal (30 Pa. St. 378), 601. 
Thomasons. Brown (43 Ind. 202), 1663. 
Thompson s. Ballard (70 Md. 10), 111. 
Thompsons. Blackstone (6 Beav. 470), 

1107. 
Thompsons. Blair (3 Murph. 583), 462, 

1637. 
Thompson s. Bowman (6 Wall. 316), 

1420. 
Thompson s. Branch (Meigs, 390 ; 33 Am. 

Dee. 153), 65. 
Thompson s. Brown (4 Johns. Ch. 619), 

1120, 1134, 1136. 
Thompson v. Clendening (1 Sand. Ch. 

387), 1522. 
Thompsonr. Conant (52 Minn. 208; 53 

N. W. Rep. 1145), 1278. 
Thompson s. Corly (27 Beav. 649), 735. 
Thompsons. Corrie (57 Md. 197), 675. 
Thompson s. Finch (8 De G.,M. & G. 

560; 22 Beav. 316), 1235, 1588, 1595, 1696. 



Thompson s. Ford (7 Ired. 418), 956. 
Thompson s. Fry (51 Hun, 296), 1384. 
Thompson s. Garwood (3 Whart. 287), 

1011. 
Thompson s. Gilliland (Add. 296), 1627. 
Thompsons. Gilman (17 Vt. 109), 606. 
Thompson s. Gordon (3 Strobh. 196), 

78. 
Thompsons. Grant (4Madd. 447), 970. 
Thompson s. Griffin (1 Cr. & P. 326), 

832, 835. 
Thompson s. Harrison (2 Bro. Oh. 164; 

1 Cos, 146), 539, 1697. 
Thompson s. Hartline (16 So. Rep. 711), 

428. 
Thompson s. Heywood (129 Mass. 401), 

1488, 1503, 1506. 
Thompson s. Holman (28 Grant Ch. 

(Ont.)35),1492. 
Thompson s. Houze (48 Miss. 444), 1515, 

1516. 
Thompson s. Hudson (L. R. 2 Ch. 225), 

1118. 
Thompson, In re (L. R. 45 Ch. D, 161), 

813. 
Thompson v. Leach (Ventr. 198), 878, 

892. 
Thompson s. McDonald (2 Dev. & Bat. 

Eq. 463), 1108. 
Thompson s. McGaw (2 Watts, 161), 

1641. 
Thompson s. McKissick (3 Humph. 

631), 133. 
Thompsons. Marley (102 Mich. 476; 60 

N.. W. Rep. 976), 215, 510. 
Thompson s. Marshall (21 Ore. 171), 

1440, 1444. 
Thompson s. Mills (30 Ind. 532), 713. 
Thompsons. Munger (15 Tex. 523), 455. 
Thompson s. Murray (2 Hill Eq. 204; 

29 Am. Dec. 68), 24. 
Thompson v. Newlin (3 Ired. Eq. 338), 

256. 
Thompson s. Norris (20 N. J. Eq. 522), 

777. 
Thompson s. Parker (83 Ind. 96), 1368. 
Thompsons. Peake (7 Rich. 353), 1721. 
Thompson s. Perkins (3 Mason, 232), 

204, 387, 388. 
Thompson s. Sav. Inst. (8 Atl. Rep. 

97), 1603, 1604. 
Thompson s. Scott (1 111. App. 641), 

705. 
Thompson v. Simpson (1 Dr. & W. 

489), 1540. 
Thompson s. Smith (106 N. Car. 357), 

709. 
Thompsons. Spiers (13 Sim. 469), 1116. 
Thompson s. Thompson (1 Jones, 430), 

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Thompson v. Thompson (2 B. Mon. 

161), 904,1575. 
Thompson v. Thompson (30 Neb. 489; 

46 N. W. Eep. 638), 239. 
Thompson v. Thompson (18 Ohio St. 

73), 65. 
Thompson v. Thompson (18 So. Eep. 

247), 181. 
Thompson v. Thompson (16 Wis. 91), 

377, 1025. 
Thompson v. Thompson (1 Yerg. 100), 

47. 
Thompson v. Wheatley (5 Sneed & M. 

499), 388. 
Thompson's Appeal (22 Pa. St. 16), 

1607, 1609, 1630, 1633. 
Thompson's Estate, In re (33 Barb. 

334), 1649. 
Thompson's Estate, In re (1 N. T. Supl. 

213), 1684, 1703. 
Thompson's Estate, In re (10 Pa. Co. 

Ot. Eep. 472), 1619. 
Thomsons. Thomson (7 Ves. 470), 560. 
Thorn v. Newman (3 Swanst. 603), 978. 
Thornberr. Sheard (12 Beav. 589), 282. 
Thornber v. Wilson (3 Drew. 245; 4 

Drew. 350), 732. 
Thornburg v. Buck(13Ind. App. 446; 

41 N. E. Eep. 85), 73. 
Thornburg v. Jones (36 Mo. 514), 1109. 
Thorndell v. Morrison (25 Pa. St. 326), 

710. 
Thornton v. Boyden (31 111. 200), 1092, 

1099,1103, 1488. 
Thornton v. Howe (31 Beav. 14), 809. 
Thornton 11. Irwin (43 Mo. 153), 395, 

1490, 1496. 
Thornton v. Knox (6 B. Mon. 74), 569, 

670 575,680. 
Thornton v. Ogden (32 N. J. Eq. 723), 

283. 
Thornton v. Winston (4Leigh, 162), 887, 

892. 
Thorpe v. Oullen (1 Glim. 616), 392. 
Thorpe v. Dunlap (4 Heisk. 674), 1408. 
Thorpe v. Holdsworth (L. E. 7 Eq. 139), 

600. 
Thorpe, In re (Davies, 290), 1205, 1253, 

1254. 
Thorpe v. McOullum (1 Gilm. 614), 390, 

401, 1184. 
Thorpe v. Owen (5 Beav. 224), 73, 76, 

155. 
Thorwarth v. Armstrong (20 Minn. 464), 

1480. 
Thrasher v. Bentley (1 Abb. N. Oas. 

39), 1350. 
Thrasher v. Doig (18 Fla. 809), 705. 
Throckmorton v. Throckmorton (91 Va. 
42; 22 S. E. Eep. 162), 360. 



Thrnpp v. Collett (26 Beav. 125), 804, 805. 
Thruxton v. Attorney-General (1 Vern. 

340), 1009. 
Thnrber v. Blanck (50 N. Y. 80), 1403. 
Thurber v. Larogue (105 N. Car. 301), 

313, 335, 709, 714. 
Thnrman v. Stoddard (63 Ala. 336), 574. 
Thursby v. Thursby (L. E. 19 Eq. 395), 

1437. 
Thurston v. Dickinson (2 Eich. Eq. 

317), 1434. 
Thurston, Petitioner (154 Mass. 596), 

158. 
Thurston v. Prentiss (1 Mich. 193) , 1491. 
Thurston v. Thurston (6 R. I. 296), 1034, 

1434. 
Thynn ». Thynn (1 Vern. 296), 219, 497, 

506, 608, 513. 
Thynn \v. Glengall (2 H. L. Cas. 131), 

1528. 
Tibbetts v. Weaver (5 Strobh. 144), 

1408. 
TIbbitts v. Tibbltts (19 Ves. 650), 128. 
Tibbs, Inre (17 W. E. 304), 1132. 
Tldd v. Lister (3 De G., M. & G. 857; 10 

Hare, 140; 5 Madd. 429), 680, 954, 955, 

956, 1425, 1429, 1430. 
Tiernan v. Molliter (71 Mo. 512), 1419. 
Tiernan v. Poor (1 Gill & J. 217) , 151. 
Tiernan v. Thurman (14 B. Mon. 277), 

569, 575. 
Tierney v. Moody (3 Bing. 3), 919. 
Tierneyu. Wood (19 Beav. 330), 88. 
Tierney's Estate, In re (2 Pa. Dist. Eep. 

524), 736. 
Tiers v. Tiers (98 N. Y. 568), 1522. 
Tiifany v. Clarke (58 N. Y. 632; 1 N. Y. 

Sup. Ct. Add. 9), 31, 400. 
Tiffin v. Longman (15 Beav. 276), 631. 
Tittv. Mayo (61 Ga. 246), 1642. 
Tilden v. Eiske (4 Dem. 357), 904. 
Tilden v. Green (130 N. Y. 29;29N. E. 

Eep. 1033), 53, 84, 751, 752. 
Tilden, In re (44 Hun, 441), 1687. 
Tilfordv. Torrey (63 Ala. 120), 204, 388, 

532. 
Tilley v. Massengill (7 Lea, 353), 1294. 
Tilley v. Wolstenholme (7 Beav. 424), 

1018. 
Tilllnghast v. Bradford (5 R. I. 205), 

1269, 1270, 1291, 1302, 1640, 1644. 
Tilllnghast v, Ohamplin (4 R. I. 215 ; 67 

Am. Dec. 610), 449. 
Tilllnghast v. Coggeshall (7 R. I. 383), 

93,96,105,964,965,988. 
Tilllnghast v. Merrill [(45 N. E. Rep. 

375), 1172. 
Tillman v. Shaekleton (16 Mich. 447), 

723. 
Tillman v. Divers (31 Pa. St. 42), 387. 



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Tilton v. Tilton (9 N. H. 386), 66. 

Tilly v. Tilly (2 Bland, 436), 1002, 1060, 

1131. 
Timan v. Leland (6 Hill, 237), 1049. 
Timson v. Eamsbottom (2 Keen, 35), 

1116. 
Tindal ». Drake (51 Ala. 674), 912. 
Tinkom v. Purdy (5 Johns. 345), 1098, 

1188. 
Tinnan v. McOane (10 Tex. 248), 1537. 
Tinsley v. Tinsley (52 Iowa, 14), 307, 

575. 
Tisdale v. Tlsdale (2 Sneed, 596; 64 Am. 

Dec. 775), 1183. 
Tishomingo Sav. Inst. v. Duke (1 So. 

Rep. 165), 1506. 
Tison v. Mattair (8 Fla. 107), 705. 
Titchenell v. Jackson (26 W. Va. 460), 

59. 
Titcomb v. Currier (4 Cush. 591), 1107. 
Titcomb v. Morrill (10 Allen, 15), 268. 
Titleyo. Wolstenholme (7 Beav. 424), 

872. 
Todd v. Ames (60 N. Y. 454), 709. 
loddv. Bncknan (2 Fairf. 41), 1358. 
Todd v. Cannon (8 Humph. 512), 1742. 
Todd v. Grove (33 Md. 188), 286, 292. 
Todd, Inre (19 Beav. 582), 682. 
Todd v. Johnson (51 Iowa, 192), 1444. 
Todd v. Johnson (50 Minn. 608) , 1513. 
Todd v. Lee (15 Wis. 369), 699, 711. 
Todd v. Moore (1 Leigh, 457), 404. 
Todd v. Moorehouse (L. R. 19 Eq. 67) , 

350. 
Todd v. Munson (53 Conn. 579), 231, 1736. 
Todd v. Todd (1 S. & R. 453), 1322. 
Toker v. Toker (3 De G., J. & S. 487; 31 

Beav. 629), 158. 
Tolar v. Tolar (1 Dev. Eq. 456), 152, 159, 

160. 
Toller v. Carteret (2 Vern. 494), 35. 
Tolles v. Wood (99 N. T. 618; 16 Abb. N". 

Cas, 1), 1297. 
Tolleson v. Blackstock (95 Ala. 510; 11 

So. Bep. 284), 145. 
Tollett v. Tollett (2 P. Wms. 489; 1 

Lead. Cas. Eq. 227), 622. 
Tolson v. Sheard (L. E. 6 Ch. D. 19), 

1138. 
Tolson v. Tolson (10 Gill & J. 159), 124. 
Toman v. Dunlop (18 Pa. St. 72), 1280. 
Tomkinsw. Ppwell (6 Leigh, 676), 327. 
Tomkinsv. Tomkins (18 N. J. Eq. 303), 

834. 
Tomlinson v. Matthews (98 111. 178), 183. 
Tomlinson©. Smallwood (15 N. J. Eq. 

286), 1401. 
Tomlinson v. Steers (3 Meriv. 210), 978. 
Tompkins v. Hunter (149 N. T. 117), 

1374. 



Tompkins v. Mitchell (2 Band. 428), 216, 

569, 679. 
Tompkins v. Moseman (5 Redf. 402), 

1055. 
Tompkins v. Tompkins (18 S. Oar. 1), 

1234. 
Tompkins v. Wheeler (16 Pet. 118), 1381. 
Tompkins v. Williams (2B. & Aid. 84), 

938. 
Toms v. Owen (62 Fed. Bep. 421), 125. 
Tomso. Williams (41 Mich. 552), 616. 
Tongue v. Morton (6 Harr. & J. 21), 452. 
Tooke v. Hollingsworth (5 T. R. 226), 

972. 
Tooke v. Newman (75 111. 215), 1673. 
Tool Co. v. Morris (2 Wall. 45), 557. 
Toombs v. Consolidated Poe Mining Co. 

(15Nev. 444), 676. 
Tophamw. Portland (IDe G., J. & S. 

517), 1007, 1008. 
Toronto Trust Co. v. Chicago By. Co. 

(123 N. Y. 37), 918. 
Torran v. Bolton (L. E. 14 Eq. 124), 585. 
Torre v. Torre (1 Sm. & G. 518), 103. 
Torrence v. Shedd (156 111. 194; 41 N. E. 

Eep. 95), 213. 
Torrey v. Bank oj Orleans (9 Paige, 

649), 207, 330, 390, 415, 1184, 1496. 
Tottenham, In re (16 Ired. Eq. 118), 

399. 
Tourville v. Naish (3 P. Wms. 387), 441. 
Towers v. Hagner (3 Whart. 67), 715. 
Towlea. Ambs (123111. 401), 1101. 
Towle v. Wadsworth (147 111. 80;30N. 

E. Eep. 602), 319. 
Towlert;. Towler (142 N. T. 371;36N. 

E. Rep. 869), 168,612. 
Towns. Ammidown (20 Pick. 535), 853, 

884, 980, 1020. 
Town v. Bank (2 Doug. 530), 1411. 
Town, Ex parte (2 Mont. & Ayr. 29), 382. 
Town v. Jaquith (6 Mass. 46), 1122. 
Town v. Eublee (51 Vt. 62), 1384. 
Townley v. Bedell (6 Ves. 194), 734. 
Townley v. Sherborne (Bridg. 35), 1124, 

1233. 
Town of Hampden v. Eice (24 Conn. 

357), 737. 
Town of Solon v. Williamsburgh Sav. 

Bank ( 114 N. T. 122), 560. 
Townsend«. Allen (59 Hun, 622; 13 N. 

Y. Supl. 73), 149, 164, 
Townsend v. Barber (1 Dick. 356), 1126. 
Townsend v. Brothers (18 Ala. 301), 

1377. 
Townsend v. Champernown (1 Y. & J. 

538) , 930. 
Townsend, Ex parte (1 Moll. 139), 1244. 
Townsend v. Kendall (4 Minn. 412), 826, 

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Townaend v. Matthews (10 Ma. 251), 

654, 655. 
Townsend v. Backhaul (143 N. X. 516; 

38 N. E. Eep. 731), 53. 
Townsend v. Townsend (1 Giff. 201), 

1219. 
Townsend v. Townsend (156 Mass. 454), 

1003. 
Townsend v. Wescott (2 Beav. 340), 98. 
TownBend v. Wilson (1 B. & A. 608), 980, 

1122, 1451. 
Townsend v. Windham (2 Ves. 392), 34, 

99, 717. 
Townshend u. Prommer (125 N. Y. 446; 

26 N. E. Eep. 805), 611, 617, 918, 919. 
Townshend v. Townshend (1 Bro. Ch. 

554), 461,462,467,1536. 
Townshend v. Westacott (2 Beav. 340), 

354. 
Townson v. Harrison (L. R. 43 Oh. D. 

55), 1436. 
Townson v. Tickell (3 B. & Aid. 31), 878, 

892, 893,894,1016. 
Tracey v. Gravois R. Oo. (13 Mo. App. 

296; 84 Mo. 210), 1701. 
Tracey v. Sackett (1 Ohio St. 65; 59 

Am. Dec. 610), 521. 
Tracy v. Colby (55 Cal. 67), 431. 
Tracy v. Keith (11 Allen, 214), 704, 707. 
Tracy v. Kelley (52 Ind. 535), 204, 388, 

532. 
Tracy v. Talmage (14 N. T. 162), 563. 
Tracy v. Tracy (15 Barb. 503), 1354, 1355. 
Trafford v. Ashton (1 P. Wms. 416), 

1526, 1529. 
Trafford v. Boehm (3 Atk. 440), 1206, 

1253. 
Trafford o. Wilkinson (3 Tenn. Ch. 701), 

364. 
Transylvania Univ. v. Clay (2 B. Mon. 

386), 1211, 1218. 
Traphagen v. Burt (67 N. T. 30), 372, 

374. 
Traphagan v. Levy 45 N. J. Eq. 448), 

1002,1060,1131. 
Trapnellc. Brown (19 Ark. 49), 219,525, 

527. 
Trapnelltf. Conklyn (37 W. Va. 242; 16 

S. E. Rep. 570), 661. 
Trappers. Meredith (L. R. 9 Eq. 229), 

1269. 
Trash i>. White (3 Bro. Ch. 291), 984. 
Trash v. Wood (4 Myl. & Or. 324), 1277. 
Trask v. Donaghue (1 Aik. 370), 877, 885, 

894. 
Travell v. Danvers (Finch, 380), 904. 
Travers v. Travers (L. R. 14 Eq. 275), 

246, 1560. 
Travis v. Illingworth (2 Dr. & Sm. 344; 

L. J. 34 Ch. 665), 867, 868, 871, 900. 



Travis v. Lee (58 Hun, 605), 709. 
Treadwell v. Cordis (5 Gray, 341), 856, 

1002, 1013, 1016, 1060. 
Treadwell v. Salisbury Mfg. Co. (7 

Gray, 393 ; 66 Am. Dec. 490), 1062. 
Treat v. Stanton (14 Conn. 455), 1266. 
Treat's Appeal (30 Conn. 113) , 747, 777. 
Trecothick v. Austin (4 Mason, 16), 

461, 1535, 1631, 1632. 
Tufts v. King (18 Pa. St. 157), 449. 
Tregonwell v. Sydenham (3 Dow. 194), 

242, 248, 249. 
Trelawney v. Booth (2 Atk. 307), 258. 
Trembles v. Harrison (IB. Mon. 140), 

28. 
Tremmelt). Klieboldt (75 Mo. 255), 1264. 
Tremper v. Burton (18 Ohio, 418), 335, 

339, 366. 
Trench v. Harrison (17 Sim. Ill), 307, 

359. 
Trenbolm, Ex parte (19 S. Car. 126), 237, 

308,350. 
Trent v. Harding (10 Ves. 495; 7 East, 

95; IB. & P. 116), 178, 922, 930, 942. 
Trent v. Trent (1 Dow. 102), 1352. 
Trenton Banking Co. v. Woodruff (2 N. 

J. Eq. 117) , 647, 651, 652, 686. 
Trescott v. Trescott (lMcCord Ch. 417), 

860. 
Trethowan, In re (L. R. 5 Ch. D. 659), 

600. 
Trevanion v. Morse (3 Ves. 32), 438. 
Trevelyan v. Charter (9 Beav. 140; 4L. 

J. Ch. 209), 392, 393, 419, 426. 
Treves v. Townsend (1 Bro. Ch. 384), 

1255. 
Trevor v. Trevor (2 Myl. & K. 675), 978. 
Trevor a. Trevor (1 P. Wms. 622), 90, 

101, 102, 103, 105. 
Trew v. Perpetual Trustees Co., (11 

Rep. 423), 1042. 
Trezevant v. Howard (5 Desaus. 87), 43. 
Trexler v. Miller (6 Ind. 248), 297. 
Tribble v. Oldham (5 J. J. Marsh. 137), 

570. 
Trim v. Brightman (168 Pa. St. 395; 31 

Atl. Rep. 1071), 736. 
Trimble v. Doty (16 Ohio St. 118), 280. 
Trimbles. Rels (37 Pa. St. 448), 710. 
Trimmer v. Bayne (7 Ves. 520; 9 Ves. 

209), 238, 437,1532. 
Triplett v. Roinne (33 Gratt. 651), 711. 
Trist v. Child (21 Wall. 441), 556. 
Troll v. Carter (15 W. Va. 567), 231, 377, 

500, 518, 621, 523. 
Trollope v. Linton (1 Sim. & Stn. 477), 

12. 
Trotter v. Blocker (6 Port. (Ala.) 269), 

44,1062,1131, 1402, 1678. 
Trotter j). Ervin (27 Miss. 772), 676. 



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Trotters. Smith (59 111. 244), 206, 423. 
Trough's Estate (75 Pa. St. 115), 151. 
Troup's Case (29 Beav. 363), 993, 1032, 

1033. 
Trout 17. B. K. Co. (33 Gratt. 645), 1117. 
Trowelltf. Carraway (10 Heisk. 104), 78. 
Trower v. Knlghtley (6 Madd. 134), 

1012, 1013. 
Troy v. Haskell (33 N. H. 533), 20. 
Troy v. Troy (1 Busb. Eq. 85), 1034. 
Truebody v. Jacobson (2 Oal. 269), 570, 

574. 
Truell v. Tyson (21 Beav. 439), 1085. 
Truesdell v. Calloway (6 Miss. 605), 432. 

595. 
Trull v. Bigelow (16 Mass. 406), 435, 445. 
Trull v. Trull (13 Allen, 407), 1203. 
Trulock v. Peeples (3 Kelly, 446), 445. 
Trust Co. v. Sedgwick (97 U. S. 304), 24. 
Trustees v. Beatty (28 N. J. Eq. 570), 

749, 756,811. 
Trustees v. Bradbury (11 Me. 118), 1217. 
Trustees v. Chambers (3 Jones Eq. 253), 

753. 
Trustees v. Clay (2 B. Mon. 386), 1203. 
Trustees v. Northampton (10 Allen, 

498), 997. 
Trustees v. Wheelan (59 Barb. 585), 

197. 
Trustees v. Whitney (3 N. E. Bep. 513), 

819. 
Trustees, Emory & Henry College v. 

Shoemaker (92 Va. 320; 23 S. E. 

Eep. 765), 1719. 
Truston, Ex parte (164 Mass. 596), 1619. 
Trutch v. Lamprell (20 Beav. 116), 1005, 

1129, 1130, 1234. 
Tryon v. Huntoon (67 Cal. 325), 309, 361, 

362. 
Tryon, In re (7 Beav. 496), 975. 
Tuck v. Bucholz (43 Iowa, 415), 286. 
Tucker v. Andrews (13 Me. 124), 648, 

552, 553. 
Tucker v. Burrow (2 H. & M. 515), 339, 

362, 366. 
Tucker v. Gest (46 Mo. 339), 708. 
Tucker v. Grundy (83 Ky . 540), 895. 
Tucker v. Hadley (52 Miss. 414), 576. 
Tucker, Inre (L. E. (1894) 1 Ch. 724; 3 

Ch. 429), 1209. 
Tucker v. Johnson (16 Sim. 341), 924, 926, 

930. 
Tuckers). Moreland (10 Pet. 71), 11, 12, 

27. 
Tucker v. Phipps (3Atk. 359), 377, 558. 
Tucker v. Seamans' Aid Soc. (7 Met. 

188), 21, 748, 756, 763. 
Tucker v. Silver (9 Iowa, 261), 946. 
Tucker v. State (72 Ind. 242), 988, 1202, 

1215. 



Tucker v. Tucker (5 Barb. 99), 111. 
Tucker v. Tucker (4 B. & Ad. 745), 960. 
Tucker v. Tucker (1 McCord Ch. 176), 

1537. 
Tucker v. Tucker (33 N. J. Eq. 235), 

1202,1203, 1210,1213. 
Tucker v. Tucker (6 N. T. 408), 1072. 
Tucker's Appeal (75 Pa. St. 354), 266, 

652, 653. 
Tudball v. Medlicott (59 L. T. (N. S.) 

370; 36 W. E. 886), 1116. 
Tufts v. Copen (37 W. Va. 623; 16 S. E. 

Eep. 793), 711. 
Tuigg v. Treacy (104 Pa. St. 493), 794. 
Tullett v. Armstrong (1 Beav. l;4Myl. 

& Cr. 377), 648, 651, 652, 653, 667, 668, 

670,671,698, 1274. 
Tullitta. Tullitt (Amb. 370), 829, 830. 
Tullock v. Hartley (1 Y. & C. 144), 35. 
Tunnardji. Littell (23 ST. J. Eq. 264), 232, 

370. 
Tunno, Ex parte (1 Bail. Eq. 395), 905. 
Tunno v. Trezevant (2Desaus. 264), 103. 
Tunstall v. Boothby (10 Sim. 452), 38. 
Tunstali v. Trappes (3 Sim. 286), 443. 
Tupper». Fuller (7 Eich. Eq. 170), 1192, 

1434. 
Tupplew. Viers (14 Iowa, 515), 575. 
Turkesw. Eeis (14 Abb. N. Cas. 26), 577. 
Turley v. Massengill (7 Lea, 353), 1269. 
Turley v. Turley (11 Ohio St. 173), 1523. 
Turnbull v. Pomeroy (140 Mass. 117), 

1689. 
Turner v. Corney (5 Beav. 517), 996, 

1005, 1056, 1244, 1564. 
Turner v. Cutkrell (94 N. Car. 239), 1468. 
Turner v. Debell (2 A. K. Marsh. 384), 

461. 
Turner, Ex parte (9 Mod. 418), 1652. 
Turner, Ex parte (1 Bailey Ch. 395), 596. 
Turners. Flagg (6 Ind. App. 563; 33 N. 

E. Eep. 1104), 834. 
Turner v. Hallowell Sav. Ins. (76 Me. 

527), 106. 
Turners. Harvey (1 Jacobs, 178), 489, 

495, 947. 
Turner v. Horner (29 Ark. 440), 574. 
Turner v. Hoyle (95 Mo. 337), 1649, 1657. 
Turner, In re (10 Barb. 552), 830, 1092. 
Turner, Inre (2 DeG., F. & J. 527), 930. 
Turner v. Jaycox (40 N. T. 270) , 1364. 
Turner v. Kelly (70 Ala. 85), 655. 
Turner v. King (2 Ired. Eq. 132; 38 Am. 

Dec. 679), 499. 
Turners;. Letts (7 DeG., M. & G. 243), 

600. 
Turner v. Marriott (L. E. 3Eq. 744), 

585. 
Turner v. Maule (5 Eng. L. A Eq. 222;16 

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Turner v. Nye (7 Allen, 176), 147. 
Turners. Ogden (1 Cox, 316), 732. 
Turner v. Pettigrew (6 Humph. 438), 

223, 532, 1625. 
Turner v. Russell (10 Hare, 204), 255. 
Turner v. Turner (44 Ark. 25), 1701. 
Turner*?. Turner (20 Beav. 560), 681. 
Turners. Turner (4 Sim. 434), 837,841. 
Turner v. Wardle (7 Sim. 80), 881. 
Turner v. Watkins (31 Ark. 429), 1440. 
Turner v. Williams (7 Terg. 172), 1255. 
Turpie v. Lowe (4 Ohio Oir. Ot. 599), 195. 
Turquand v. Marshall (L. B. 6 Eq. 112), 

1138. 
Turton v. Turton (6 lid. 375), 655. 
Tuttle v. Gilmore (36 N. J. Eq. 618), 1201, 

1202, 1226, 1227. 
Tuttle v, Howe (14 Minn. 145; 100 Am. 

Dec. 205), 707. 
Tuttle v. Jackson (6 Wend. 213), 446. 
Tuttle v. Morris (81 N. Y. 91), 560. 
Tuttle v. Eobinson (33 N. H. 118), 1689. 
Twaddle's Appeal (5 Pa. St. 15), 1210, 

1212. 
Tweedy v. Urquhart (30 Ga. 446), 864, 

874. 
Twin Lick Oil Co. v. Marbury (91 U. S. 

587), 411, 412. 
Twinnlg's Appeal (97 Pa. St. 36), 159. 
Twiselton v. Griffith (1 P. Wms. 310), 

282. 
Twitchell v. Bridge (42 Vt. 68), 475. 
Twitcbell v. Drury (25 Mich. 393), 604. 
Twopenny v. Payton (10 Sim. 487), 1291. 
Tylden v. Hyde (2 S. & S. 238), 1037. 
Tylee v. Webb (6 Beav. 552; 14 Beav. 

14), 443. 
Tyler v. Black (13 How. 230), 480. 
Tyler v. Deblois (4 Mason, 131), 856. 
Tylers. Herring (67 Miss. 169; 19 Am. 

St. Eep. 263), 951, 958, 1005, 1067, 1094, 

1114, 1458. 
Tyler, In re (L. E. (1891) 3 Ch. 252), 820. 
Tyler v. Jewett (82 Ala. 93), 560. 
Tylers. Lake (2 Euss. & M. 183), 655. 
Tyler v. Mayre (95Cal. 160), 895. 
Tyler v. Tyler (3 Beav. 563), 1593. 
Tylers. Tyler (25 111. App. 333), 51, 57. 
Tynan v. Warren (31 Atl. Eep. 596), 227. 
Tyrrell v. Bank of London (27 Beav. 

273), 413. 
Tyrrel v. Hope (2 Atk. 658), 932, 976. 
Tyrrell v. Morris (1 Dev. & Bat. 559), 

455. 
Tyrrell's Case (Dyer, 155a), 912. 
Tyrwhitt v. Tyrwhitt (32 Beav. 244), 978, 

1433. 
Tysons. Latrobe (42 Md. 325), 1073. 
Tyson s. Mickle (2 Gill, 376), 1093,1097, 

1100. 



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Tyson v. Passmore (2 Pa. St. 122 1 , 44 Am, 

Dec. 181), 877. 
Tyson s. Tyson (54 Md. 35), 657. 
Tytcher s. Byles (1 T. E. 435), 1000. 

u. 

Udall s. Kenney (3 Cow. 50), 480. 
Udell v. Atherton (7 Hurl. & N. 172), 476, 

484. 
Uhlerw. Maulfair (23 Pa. St, 481), 1370. 
Uhler v. Semple (5 C. E. Green, 291), 

474. 
Uhrig v. Horstman (8 Bush, 172), 706. 
Ullman s. Mace (115 N. Car. 24; 20 S. E. 

Eep. 166), 709. 
Ulrich v. Beck (1 Harris, 631; 4 Harris, 

499), 443. 
Underhill v. Harwood (10 Ves. 209), 480. 
Underwood v. Bank (141 Mass. 305; 4 N. 

E. Eep. 822), 1753. 
Underwoods. Curtis (127 N. T. 523), 63. 
Underwood v. Dugan (139 U. S. 380), 1542. 
Underwood v. Stevens (1 Meriv. 714), 

1128, 1217, 1223, 1591. 
Underwoods. Sutcliffe (77 N. T. 51), 

372, 374. 
Ungers. Deiter (32 Ohio St. 210), 577. 
Ungless v. Tuff (L. E. 30 Ch. 784), 1136. 
Uniacke, Inre (1 Jon. &La. 1), 879. 
Uniacke W.Giles (2 Moll. 257), 151. 
Union Bank v. Baker (8 Humph. 447), 

369. 
Union Bank v. Ellicott (6 Gill & J. 363), 

10, 1411. 
Union Canal Co. v. Toung (1 Whart. 

410), 440, 442. 
Union College v. Wheeler (59 Barb. 585), 

307. 
Union Co. v. Sprague (14 E. I. 452), 1440. 
Union M. E. Church v. Wilkinson (36 

N. J. Eq. 141), 749. 
Union Mut. Ins. Co. v. Campbell (95 111. 

267; 35 Am. Eep. 166), 59, 61, 880. 
Union Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Slee (123 111. 

57), 1512. 
Union Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. Spaids (99 

111. 249), 1668. 
Union Mut. Life Ins. Co. v. White (106 

111. 67), 1440. 
Union Nat. Bank v. Goetz (138 111.127; 

27 N. E. Eep. 907), 29, 1607.. 
Union Pac. Ey. v. Artist (60 Fed. Eep. 

365; 9 0. C. A. 14), 736. 
Union Pac. E. E. Co. v. McAlpine (129 

U. S. 305), 1625. 
Union Trust Oo. v. Trumbull (163 111. 

146), 1408. 
Unitarian Soo. v. Woodbury (14 Me. 

281), 47. 



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United States v. Atherton (102 U. S. 

872), 1738, 1741. 
United States v. Bank of North Carolina 

(6 Pet. 29), 1423. 
United States v. Bank of U. S. (8 Bob. 

(La.) 262), 1388, 1411, 1420. 
United States v. Clark (1 Paine, 629), 

1423. 
United States v. Pox (94 U. S. 315; 52 N. 

Y. 530), 737, 745, 815. 
United States v. Gillespie (9 Fed. Bep. 

74), 1718, 1720. 
United States v. Hooe (3 Cranch, 73), 

1423. 
United States v. Howland (4 Wheat. 

108), 1423. 
United States v. Hoyt (1 Blatchf . 332), 

224, 1383. 
United States v. Inh. Waterborough 

(Davies, 154), 202,203. 
United States v. McLellan (3 Sumn. 

345), 1423. 
United States v. Mott (1 Paine, 188) , 1360. 
United States v. Manroe (5 Mason, 672), 

1422. 
United States v. State Bank (96 U. S. 

30), 530, 531, 1625. 
United States v. U. P. By. Co. (11 

Blatchf. 385), 174. 
United States Bank v. Beverly (10 Pet. 

532; 1 How. 134), 940. 
United States Bank v. Lee (13 Pet. 107), 

473. 
United States Ins. Co. v. Schriver (3 

Md. Ch. 381), 441. 
United States Trust Co. v. Bocae (116 

N. T. 120), 992, 1032. 
United States Trust Co. v. Stanton (139 

N. T. 531; 34 N. E. Rep. 1098), 1224. 
Unity, etc. Bank Assn. v. King (25 Beav. 

72), 608. 
University ». Garrow (1 De G. & J. 72), 

735. 
University College, In re (2Phill. 521), 

785. 
Updegraff v. Commonwealth (11 S. & R. 

394), 733, 809. 
Upham v. Varney (15 N. H. 462), 96, 912, 

941. 
Upham v. Wyman (7 Allen, 499), 961. 
Uppington v. Bullen (2 Dm. & War. 

184), 382, 418. 
Upshawv. Hargrove (6 Sm. & M. 292), 

440, 569, 595. 
Upson v. Badeau (3Bradf. Surr. 13), 

1221. 
Urann v. Ooates (109 Mass. 581), 49, 880, 

1684, 1689. 
Urch v. Walker (3 Myl. & Cr. 702), 50, 

862, 882. 



Urmey v. Wooden (1 Ohio St. 160; 59 

Am. Dec. 615), 750. 
Urquhart v. King (7 Ves. 225), 245. 
Urquhart v. Leverett (69 Ga. 92), 449. 
Urquhart v. Macpherson (L, E. 3 App. 

Cas. 831), 1540. 
Usher v. MoBratney (3 Dillon, 385), 555. 
Utica Ins. Co. v. Lynch (11 Paige, 520), 

1682, 1583. 
Utterson v. Maire (4 Bro. Ch. 270 ; 2 Ves. 

Jr. 95), 455, 1655. 
Uvedale v. Ettrieh (2 Ch. Ca. 130), 974. 
Uzzell v. Mack (4 Humph. 319; 40 Am. 

Dec. 648), 577. 
Uzzle«. Wood (1 Jones Eq. 226), 160. 



Vaccaro v. Cicalla (89 Tenn. 63), 1058. 
Vachell v. Jefferies (Prec. Ch. 170), 245, 
Vail v. Durant (7 Allen, 408), 1635. 
Vailv. Foster (4 N.Y. 12), 241,580. 
Vail v. Jacobs (62 Mo. 130), 1453, 1455, 

1488, 14C8, 1500. 
Vaill v. Knapp (49 Barb. 299), 38. 
Vaill v. Mey (71 Ind. 159), 706. 
Vaill v. Vaill (49 Conn. 52), 655. 
Vaill v. Vaill (4 Paige, 317), 111, 917, 919. 
Valentine v. Bell (66 Vt. 280; 29 Atl. 

Bep. 251), 661. 
Valentine v. Decker (43 Mo. 583), 1376. 
Valentine, In re (3Dem. 563), 1055. 
Valentine v. Biohardt (126 N. Y. 272; 27 

N. E. Bep. 255; 14 ST. Y. Supl. 483), 

619,523. 
Valentine v. Schreiber (3 Hun App. 

235; 38 K. Y. Supl. 417), 617, 1069. 
Valentine v. Valentine (3 Barb. Ch. 

438), 1687. 
Valette v. Tedens (122 III. 607; 14 N. E. 

Bep. 52), 417,431. 
Valle v. Bryan (19 Mo. 423), 532. 
Vallette v. Bennett (69 111. 632), 1033, 

1072, 1119. 
Van Aken v. Gleason (34 Mich. 478), 

1516. 
Van Alen v. American Nat. Bank (52 N. 

Y. 1), 1632, 1634. 
Vanbever v. Vanbever (30 S. W. Rep. 

983), 526. 
Van Bokkelin v. Tinges (58 Md. 57), 

1649. 
Van Bracklin v. Fonda (12 Johns. 468) , 

487. 
Van Bramer v. Hoffman (2 Johns. Ch. 

200), 840. 
Van Buren v. Chenango Co. Ins. Co. 

(12 Barb. 672), 1006, 1341. 
Van Buskirk v. Ins. Co. (14 Conn, 145), 

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Vance v. Campbell (1 Dana, 229), 1042. 
Vance v. Kirk (29 W. Va. 344; 1 S. E. 

Eep. 717), 1587, 1625. 
Vance©. Nogle (70 Pa. St. 176), 651,686. 
Vance v. Vance (21 Me. 364), 100. 
Van Cott v. Prentice (104 N. Y. 45 ; 10 N. 

E. Eep. 251), 69, 163, 227,852,1744, 

1746. 
Vandenberg v. Palmer (4 Kay & J. 204) , 

81, 155. 
Vanderbilt, In re (20 Hun, 520), 1746, 

1751. 
Vandergncht v. De Blaquiere (5 Myl. & 

Cr. 229), 697. 
Vanderheyden v. Vanderheyden (2 

Paige, 288), 1687. 
Vanderpool v. Gorman (140 N. Y. 563), 

1412, 1413. 
Vandersheyden v. Crandall (2 Denio, 

9), 913,920,940, 1066. 
Vandervolgen v. Yates (3 Barb. Ch. 

242), 913. 
Vandervoort, In re (1 Redf. Sur. 270), 

1082. 
Vandever's Appeal (8W. & S. 405; 42 

Am. Dec. 305), 1122, 1125. 
Vandoren v. Todd (2 Groen Ch. 397), 

576. 
VanDuynu. Van Duyn (McCart. Ch. 

49), 122. 
Van Duzer v. Van Duzer (6 Paige, 366) , 

826. 
Van Dyke v. Johns (1 Del. Ch. 93; 12 

Am. Dec. 76), 1184. 
Vane v. Eegden (L. E. 5 Ch. 653), 1446. 
Vane v. Vane (L. E. 8 Ch. 383), 491, 494. 
Van Epps v. Van Deusen (4 Paige, 64), 

678, 976. 
Van Epps v. Van Epps (9 Paige, 327), 

330, 390,394, 416, 1171. 
Van Henson v. Badcliffe (17 N. Y. 580), 

1408. 
Van Home v. Campbell (104 N. Y. 287; 

3 H. E. Eep. 316), 105, 108, [619. 
Van Home v. Fonda (5 Johns. Ch. 388), 

194, 197, 198, 328, 329, 382, 398, 862, 884, 

1051, 1164. 
Van Home v. Harrison (1 Dall. 137), 

940. 
Van Horn, In re (7 Paige, 46), 287. 
Van Home, In re (18 E. I. 389; 28 Atl. 

Eep. 341), 1071. 
Van Houten v. Dutch Church (17 N. J. 

Eq. 126), 782,1070. 
Van Houten v. McKelway (17 N. J. Eq. 

126), 1718, 1721. 
Van Meters. Darrah (115 Mo. 153; 22 S. 

W. Eep. 30), 1461,1462. 
Vanmeterv. McFadden (8B.Mon. 436), 

601. 



Vann v. Barnett (2 Bro. Oh. 158), 842, 

1573. 
Vanners v. Jacobus (17 N. J. Eq. 153), 

1002, 1060, 1072. 
Van Nest v. Yoe (1 Sand.Ch. 4), 1404. 
Vannoy v. Martin (6 Ired. Eq. 169; 51 

Am. Dec. 418), 497. 
Van Eossum v. Walker (11 Barb. 237), 

1368. 
Van Eyn v. Vincent (1 McCordCh. 814), 

461. 
Vansiltart v. Vansiltart (2DeG. &J. 

249), 725. 
Van Syckle v. Dalrymple (5 Stew. Eq. 

233), 269. 
Van Syckle v. Kleine (34 N. J. Eq. 332), 

308. 
Van Vechten v. Van Vechten (8 Paige, 

104), 1522. 
Van Vleet v. Slanson (35 Barb. 317), 1364. 
Van Vrouker v. Eastman (7 Mete. 167), 

1434. 
Van Waggoner v. Moses (26 N. J. L. 

570), 1385. 
Van Winkle v. Van Houten (2 Green 

Ch. 172), 1355. 
Van Wyck, In re (1 Barb. Ch. 565), 902, 

1040, 1123. 
Van Wyck v. Seward (18 Wend. 376), 99. 
Vanzants. Dayies (6 Ohio St. 52), 256. 
Varick v. Briggs (6 Paige, 326), 327, 436. 
Varick v. Edwards, (11 Paige, 289; 1 

HoflCh. 383), 34,1537. 
Varners. Gunn (61 Ga. 54), 1108. 
Varner's Appeal (80 Pa. St. 140), 651, 

686. 
Varney v. Stevens (22 Me. 331), 1434. 
Varnun v. Meserve (8 Allen, 15S), 396, 

1462. 
Vason v. Beale (58 Ga. 500), 1172. 
Vattier v. Hlnde (7 Pet. 252), 435, 441, 

442. 
Vaughan v. Barclay (6 Whart. 392), 35, 

36, 1742. 
Vaughan v. Buck (13 Sim. 404), 680. 
Vaughan v. Farmer (90 N. Car. 607), 

1037. 
Vaughan v. Marable (64 Ala. 60), 1516. 
Vaughan v. Noble (30 Beav. 34), 1173. 
Vaughan v. Northrup (15 Pet. 1), 1743. 
Vaughan v. Powell (65 Miss. 402), 951, 

958, 1114, 1458. 
Vaughan v. Thomas (L. E. 33 Ch. D. 187), 

732, 765. 
Vaughan v. Vanderslegen (2 Dr. 363), 

381, 1592. 
Vaux v. Nesbit (1 McC. Ch. 362), 28. 
Vaus v. Parke (7 W. & S. 19), 913, 919, 

920, 1288, 1295. 
Veal v. Veal (89 Ky . 314), 1736. 



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Veasey v. Doton (3 Allen, 381), 481, 488. 
Veasie v. Williams (8 How. 134), 461, 

465. 
Veazie v. Forsaith (76 Me. 172), 995, 1026, 

1192. 
Veazie v. Williams {3 Story, 631), 489. 
Vecbte v. Brownell (8 Paige, 212), 146 
Veil v. Mitchell (4 Wash. 105), 1625, 163S 
Venable v. Cofiman (2 W. Va. 319), 777, 

789. 
Venable v. East India Co. (2 Exc. 633), 

884, 893. 
Venable s v. Morris (7 T. E. 342), 942. 
Ventres v. Cobb (105 111. 33), 1444, 1469, 

1505. 
Verdin v. Slocum (71 N. T. 345), 616. 
Verner v. Winstanley (8 Sch.&Lef.393), 

480. 
Verney v. Verney (Ami). 88; 1 Ves. 428), 

1159. 
Vernon o. Board of Police (47 Miss. 181), 

987. 
Vernon, Ex parte (2 P. Wms. 549), 307. 
Vernon v. Morton (8 Dana, 247), 1367. 
Vernon v. Vernon (Amb. 4), 127. 
Vernon v. Vernon (53 N. T. 351), 616. 
Verona v. Peckham (66 Barb. 103), 1248. 
Verplank v. Caines (1 Johns. Oh. 67), 

355. 
Verplank v. Ins. Co. (1 Edw. Ch. 84), 405, 

410. 
Verplank v. Storry (12 Johns. 536), 98. 
Very v. Russell (65 ST. H. 646), 1490, 1491, 

1492. 
Vesey v. Jameson (1 Sim. & St. 69), 83, 

263. 
Vestal v. Sloan (76 N. Car. 127), 1171, 

1172. 
Vestry, etc. v. Barksdale (1 Strobh. Eq. 

197), 1716. 
Vetterlein v. Barnes (124 U. S. 169), 

1728. 
Vez v. Emery (5 Ves. 142), 1222. 
Vick v. McDaniel (3 How. 337), 259. 
Vicker's Trusts, In re (L. E. 3 Ch. D. 

112), 869. 
Vidal v. Girard (2How. 187), 18, 19,20,22, 

596, 733, 734, 737, 742, 744, 745, 749, 763, 

777, 809, 1547. 
Viele v. Blodgett (49 Vt. 270), 204, 377, 

388,434,435,633, 1628. 
Vigrassn. Binfleld (3 Madd. 62), 1102, 

1571. 
Villardu. Eobert (2 Strob. Eq. 40; 49 

Am. Dec. 654), 829. 
Villa Kica Lumber Co. v. Paratain (92 

Ga. 370; 17 S. E. Rep. 340), 705. 
Villars v. Beaumont (1 Vern. 99), 158, 

273. 
ViUiers v. Villiers (2 Atk. 72), 919, 942. 



Villines v. Norfleet (2 Dev. Eq. 167), 

1594. 
Vincent v. Beshopre (5 Exc. 683), 1009. 
Vincent v. Godson (1 Sm. & G. 384), 881. 
Vinera.Cadell (3Esp. 88), 972. 
Viney v. Abbott (109 Mass. 300), 153,164, 

158, 160. 
iret v. Viret (L. E. 17 Ch. D. 365 n.), 

653. 
Vlser v. Bertrand (14 Ark. 271) , 704. 
Vlzonneau v. Pegram (2 Leigh, 183), 11, 

664, 665. 
Voesslng v. Voessing (4 Eedf . 360), 839. 
Vogt v. Tichener (48 N . H. 242), 708. 
Volans v. Carr (2 De G. & Sm. 242), 845. 
Voltzi). Voltz (75 Ala. 555), 286. 
Von Hesse v. Mackaye (136 N. T. 114), 

1744. 
Von Trothar v. Bamberger (15 Colo. 1; 

24 Pac. Eep. 883), 231, 433. 
Voorhees v. Presbyterian Church (8 

Barb. 136) , 390, 416, 618. 
Voris v. Sloan (29 111. 201), 1742. 
Vose v. Grant (15 Mass. 505), 597. 
Vose v. Trustees (2 Woods, 647), 951, 

1115, 1138. 
Voyleu. Hughes (2 Sm. & Gif. 18), 166, 

1117. 
Vreeland v. Ryno (26 ST. J. Eq. 160), 708. 
Vreeland v. Van Horn (2 Green, 137), 

1591. 
Vreeland v, Vreeland (16 N. J. Eq. 512), 

708. 
Vysea. Foster (L. E. 8 Ch. App. 309), 

1173, 1257. 
Vyvyan vr Vyvyan (30 Beav. 65), 1598. 

w. 

Wackerbath v. Powell (Buck. 495), 1128. 
Wadd v. Hazleton (137 N. Y. 215; 33 N. 

E. Rep. 143; 17 N. T. Supl. 410), 62, 

879, 881. 
Waddell v. Carlock (41 Ark. 623), 574. 
Waddington v. Banks (1 Brock. 97), 

241. 
Waddy v. Hawkins (4 Leigh, 458), 1690. 
Wade v. Am. Colon. Soc. (7 Sm. & M. 

663; 45 Am. Dec. 324), 750, 1721. 
Wade v. Harper (3 Yerg. 483), 396, 426, 

1183. 
Wade v. Paget (1 Bro. Ch. 363), 622. 
Wadeti. Pettibone (11 Ohio St. 57; 14 

Ohio, 557), 206, 383, 389, 392, 417,423. 
Wade v. Wilson (33 W. R. 610), 1429. 
Wadham v. Am. Home, etc. Soc. (12 N. 

Y. 415), 664. 
Wadsworth v. Connell (104 111. 369), 987, 

1119. 
Wadsworth v. Hodge (88 Ala. 500), 689. 



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Wadsworth, In re (2 Barb. Ch. 387) , 904, 

1123. 
Wadsworth s. Sherman (14 Barb. 169), 

1314. 
Watford v. Holmes County (44 Miss. 

679), 1516. 
Wager v. Wager (88 N. Y 153), 105. 
Wager s. Wager (89 ST. Y. 16U, 246, 1560. 
Waggener v. Waggener (3 B. Mon. 347), 

984. 
Wagner v. Baird (7 How. 233), 463. 
Wagstaifs. Read(2Ch. Cas. 34), 438. 
Wagstafl s. Smith (9 Ves. 520), 661, 938. 
Wagstaffe v. Lowerre (23 Barb. 224), 

1687. 
Wahsatch Min. Co. s. Jennings (5 Utah, 

243), 411. 
Wailes s. Cooper (24 Miss. 208), 449. 
Wainfords. Heyl (L. B. 20 Eq. 321) , 698, 

1224. 
Wainwright v. Hardesty (1 Sim. 294), 

663. 
Wainwright s. Waterman (1 Ves. Jr. 

311), 625,999. 
Wait s. Maxwell (5 Pick. 217), 1314. 
Waites. Harwood (2 Atk. 159), 326. 
Wake s. Tinkler (16 Bast, 36) , 958. 
Wakefield Trust Co. s. Whaley (17 B. 

I. 760; 24 Atl. Rep. 780), 1312. 
Wakeman s. Dalley (51 N. Y. 27), 473, 

474. 
Wakeman s. Dodd (27 N. J. Bq. 564), 

1183, 1187. 
Wakeman s. Grover (4 Paige, 24; 11 

Wend. 187), 1331, 1369, 1377, 1389, 1731, 

1733. 
Wakeman s. Hazleton (3 Barb. Ch. 148), 

1057. 
Wakeman s. Skinner (3 Barb. Ch. 148), 

1222. 
Walchs. Wallinger (2 Buss. &Myl. 78; 

Taml.425), 624. 
Walden s. Gridley (36111. 523), 455. 
Walden s. Karr (88 111. 49), 59, 76, 852. 
Walden s. Skinner (101 U. S. 577), 1560. 
Waldo s. Caley (16 Ves. 206), 1001. 
Waldo v. Cummings (45 111. 421), 987. 
Waldo s. Waldo (7 Sim. 261), 988. 
Waldrom v. Waldrom (76 Ala. 285), 829, 

839. 
Waldron s. Cloper (1 Drew. 193), 1116. 
Waldron v. McComb (1 Hill, 111), 1073. 
Waldron v. Wilcox (13 E. I. 518), 1367. 
Waldrop s. Leaman (30 S. Car. 428), 1121, 

1228. 
Waldy s. Gray (L. E. 20 Eq. 238), 600. 
Wales s. Bowdish (61 Vt. 23; 17 Atl. Eep. 

1000), 1283,1295, 1312. 
Wales v. Newbould (9 Mich. 45), 220,346, 

414. 



Walet s. Haskins (68 Tex. 418; 2 Am. 

St. Eep, 501), 1542. 
Walford s. Herrington (86 Pa. St. 39), 

520. 
Walford s. Liddell (2 Ves. 400), 1536. 
Walker s. Armstrong (21 Beav. 174), 103. 
Walker w. Beal (3 Cliff. 155), 724, 726. 
Walker s. Beal (9 Wall. 743), 1692. 
Walker v. Beals (106 Mass. 109), 1748. 
Walker s. Brungard (13 Sm. & M. 723), 

396, 866, 870, 1069. 
Walker v. Carleton (97 HI. 682), 1507, 

1508. 
Walker s. Carroll (65 Ala. 61), 573. 
Walker s. Crowder (2 Ired. Eq. 478), 

839. 
Walker s. Daly (80 Wis. 222; 49 N. W. 

Eep. 812), 204. 
Walker s. Denne(2Ves. Jr. 170), 299, 

966. 
Walker v. Blledge (65 Ala. 51) , 348, 349. 
Walker v. Fawcett (7 Ired. 44), 950. 
Walker v. Geisse (4 Whart. 252) , 439. 
Walker v. Hall (34 Pa. St. 483), 133. 
Walker v. Hill (22 N. J. Eq. 519), 500, 

518, 562. 
Walker v. Hunter (17 Ga. 364), 424. 
Walker, In re (1 LI. &Goold, 324), 684, 

685. 
Walker v. Miller (11 Ala. 1076), 1408. 
Walker v. Preswick (2 Ves. 622), 437. 
Walkers. Beamy (36 Pa. St. 410), 710. 
Walkers. Sedgwick (8 Cal. 398), 574. 
Walker v. Shore (19 Ves. 387), 1061. 
Walkers. Smallwood (Amb. 676), 1081, 

1323, 1652. 
Walkers. Smith (29 Beav. 394), 296,514. 
Walker s. Smith (8 Yerg. 238), 462. 
Walker s. Smyser (80 Ky. 620), 1569. 
Walker v. Strewe (70 Ala. 167), 573, 580. 
Walker s. Symonds (3 Swanst. 81), 

1101, 1124, 1203, 1248, 1544, 1564, 1591, 

1598. 
Walker v. Taylor (4 L. T. 849), 1659. 
Walkers. Walker (2 Atk. 98), 513. 
Walker s. Walker (25 Ga. 420), 747, 777, 

818. 
Walker v. Walker (5 Madd. 424), 995, 

997, 999, 1005, 1119. 
Walker v. Walker (101 Mass. 169), 286. 
Walkers. Walker (16 S. &R. 379), 1537. 
Walker v, Walker (1 Ves. 53) , 100. 
Walker s. Walker (9 Wall. 743), 719, 

720, 723. 
Walker v. Wetherell (6 Ves. 474), 829. 
Walkers. Whitney (23 Pick. 313), 178. 
Walker & Hughes, In re (L. E. 24 Ch. D. 

698), 871. 
Walker's Appeal (140 Pa. St. 124), 959, 

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Walker's Estate (9 S. & R. 223), 1688. 
Walker's Will, In re (63 Hun, 627; 17 N. 

Y. Supl. 666), 815. 
Wall s. Bright (1J. & W. 494), 200, 586. 
Wall v. Town (45 111. 493), 395. 
Wallace ». Anderson (16 Beav. 533), 

1636. 
Wallace©. Auldjo (1 De G., J. & S. 643), 

674, 682. 
Wallace v. Auldjo (2 Dr. & 3m. 216), 

678. 
Wallace s. Berdell (97 N. T. 13), 159, 163, 

1745, 1746. 
Wallace s. Bowen (28 Vt. 638), 334, 339, 

366. 
Wallace v. Brown (41Ind. 436), 1662. 
Wallace v. Campbell (53 Tex. 229), 1294. 
Wallace v. Coston (9 Watts, 137), 665. 
Wallace s. Duffield (2 S. & B. 621), 308, 

333, 536. 
Wallace v. Ellerbe (Rich. Eq. 49), 1690. 
Wallace v. Finberg (46 Tex. 35), 711. 
Wallaces. Holmes (9 Blatchf. 65), 827. 
Wallace s. Jones (93 Ga. 419; 21 S. E. 

Rep. 89), 831. 
Wallace v. Marshall (9 B. Hon. 148), 370. 
Wallace v. Monroe (22 111. App. 602), 689. 
Wallace s. Pruitt (1 Tex. Civ. App. 231; 

20 S. W. Rep. 728), 55. 
Wallace s. Wainwright (87 Pa. St. 263), 

49,52, 1362. 
Wallace s. Wallace (82 111. 535), 102, 652, 

653, 665. 
Waller s. Armistead (2 Leigh, 11; 21 

Am. Dec. 694), 286, 652. 
Waller s. Arnold (71 111. 350), 1505. 
Waller s. Janney (102 Ala. 447; 14 So. 

Rep. 876) , 573. 
Waller s. Jones (107 Ala. 331 ; 18 So. Rep. 

277), 303, 1703. 
Wallers. Ray (48 Ala. 468), 1690. 
Wallgrave s. Tebbs (2 Kay & J. 313), 

497,851. 
Wallingford s. Allen (10 Pet. 594), 713. 
Wallis s. Loubat (2 Denio, 607), 418. 
Wallis s. Thornton (2 Brock. 422), 1237. 
Wallop, Ex parte (4 Bro. Ch.90),511. 
Wall St. M. E. Church s. Johnson (140 

Ind. 445; 39 N. E. Rep. 251), 871. 
Walmesley v. Booth (2 Atk. 30), 418, 

425. 
Walpole s. Conway (Barn. 153), 1528. 
Walrath v. Abbott (75 Hun, 445 ; 27 N. Y. 

Supl. 629), 677. 
Walraven s. Lock (2 Patt. & H. 549), 47. 
Walrouds. Walroud (Johns. 18), 721. 
Walsh v. Gladstone (14 Sim. 2; 1 Phill. 

290), 770, 864,868, 896. 
Walsh v. McBride (72 Md. 45), 406,575. 
Walsh v. Trevanion (16 Sim. 178), 103. 



Walsh v. Wallinger (2 R. &M. 78), 641, 

1000. 
Walsh s. Walsh (1 Drew. 64), 845. 
Walsh s. Wason (L. R. 8 Ch. 482), 675, 

682. 
Walters. Dixon Crucible Co. (47 N. J. 

Eq. 342), 709. 
Walters. Logan (5B. Mon. 516), 1038. 
Walter v. Mounde (19 Ves. 425), 632. 
Walters. Thorn (22 Beav. 547), 396. 
Walter s. Walter (10 Neb. 123), 828. 
Walters s. Woodbridge (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 

504), 1701. 
Walters s. Woolridge (26 W. R. 470), 

1058. 
Walthall s. Rives (34 Ala. 9), 1493. 
Walton s. Cody (1 Wis. 420), 1515. 
Walton s. Eollansbee (131 111. 147), 925, 

1106, 1108. 
Walton s. Hargraves (42 Miss. 18), 569. 
Walton v. Stewart (61 Hun, 625; 129 N. 

Y. 667), 1736. 
Walton v. Walton (14 Ves. 318), 238, 241. 
Walwyns. Coutts (3Meriv. 707; 3 Sim. 

14), 175, 1317, 1218. 
Walwyn s. Lee (9 Ves. 26), 438. 
Wamburzee v. Kennedy (4 Desaus. 479), 

461, 1537. 
Wanchford v. Fotherly (Freem. Ch. 

201), 101. 
Wangford v. Wangford (Freem. (K. 

B.) 520), 859. 
Wankf ord v. Wankf ord (1 Salk. 308) , 861. 
Wansford v. Wansford (1 Salk. 302), 247. 
Warburton v. Camp (55 N. Y. Super. Ct. 

290), 55. 
Warburton v. Farn (16 Sim. 325), 1080. 
Warbass v. Armstrong (10 N. J. Eq. 

263), 1679, 1693. 
Wards. Amory (1 Curtis, 419), 676. 
Ward s. Arch (12 Sim. 472), 823, 1536. 
Ward v. Armstrong (84 111. 151), 174. 190, 

309, 333, 1180. 
Wards. Arredondo (Hopk. 213), 36. 
Ward s. Barrows (22 Ohio, 241), 1085, 

1092. 
Ward v. Brown (87 Mo. 468), 424. 
Ward s. Butler (2 Moll. 533), 861, 862, 

883, 885. 
Ward v. Carter (1 Eng. Eq. Cas. 26), 206. 
Ward s. Dudley (2 Bro. Ch. 31S; 1 Cox, 

438), 1525. 
Ward s. Funsten (86 Va. 359; 10 S. E. 

Rep. 415), 1561, 1693. 
Ward s. Harvey (11 Ind. 741), 1534. 
Ward v. Lamson (6 Pick. 358), 1384. 
Ward S.Lewis (4 Pick. 518), 1402. 
Ward s. Morgan (5 Coldw. 407), 624. 
Ward s. Morrison (25 Vt. 593), 1117. 
WardB. Peck (114 Mass. 121), 530, 1724. 



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Ward v. Peloubet (2 Stockt. Ch. 306), 

124. 
Ward v. Smith (3 Sandf. 592), 392,401, 

404. 406. 
Ward v. Spivey (18 Fla. 847), 434, 621. 
Wardw. VanBokkelen (1 Paige, 100), 

469. 
Ward v. Ward (36 Ark. 586), 704. 
Ward v. Ward (73 Oal. 13; 14 Pae. Rep. 

604), 309. 
Ward v. Ward (59 Conn. 188; 22 Atl. 

Rep. 149), 355. 
Ward v. Ward (2 H. L. Cas. 784), 988, 

992,1101. 
Ward v. Ward (L. R. 14 Cb. D. 506), 675. 
Ward». Ward (19 So. Rep. 354), 1493, 

1498. 
Warden v. Eden (2 Johns. Cas. 121), 

1049. 
Warden v. R. R. Co. (103 U. S. 651), 411. 
Wardell v. Wardell (4 Bro. Ch. 286), 

1528. 
Warden v. Jones (2 De G. &J. 76), 652. 
Warden v. Richards (11 Gray, 277), 

1013, 1016. 
Wardens, etc. v. Attorney-General (164 

Mass. 188; 41 N. E. Rep. 231), 784. 
Wardle v. Cloxton (9 Sim. 524), 655. 
Wardouru. Berisford (1 Vern. 452), 558. 
Wardwell v. McDowell (31 111, 364), 887, 

892, 1013, 1016, 1089. 
Ware v. Cann (10 B. & Cr. 433), 1638. 
Ware v. Curry (67 Ala. 274), 573. 
Ware v. Egmont (4 De G., M. &. G. 460), 

448. 
Ware, In re (L. R. 46 Ch. D. 269), 637, 

638. 
Ware v. McCandlish (11 Leigh, 623), 112. 
Ware v. Mallard (L. J. 21 Ch. 355), 132. 
Ware v. Murphy (Rice, 54), 1279. 
Ware v. Polhill (11 Ves. 278), 827. 
Ware v. Richardson (3 Md. 505; 56 Am. 

Dec. 762), 647, 652, 912, 922, 929, 932, 

933), 941, 1268. 
Ware v. Sharp (1 Swan, 489), 666. 
Warfleld v. Brand (13 Bush, 77), 853. 
Warfleld v. Ross (38 Md. 85), 1110. 
Waring v. Coventry (2 Myl. & K. 406), 

976. 
Waring v. Darnall (10 Gill & J. 126), 991, 

1339. 
Waring, In re (12 Eng, L. & Eq. 280), 12. 
Waring, In re (99 X. Y. 114), 1055. 
Waring v. Lewis (53 Ala. 630), 1628, 
Waring v. Waring (2 Bland, 673), 1322. 
Waring v. Waring (10 B. Mon. 331), 934. 
Warlandw. Oolwell (10 R. I. 369), 935, 

950. 
Warley v. Warley (1 Bail. Eq. 398), 1324. 
Warnack v. Harlow (96 Cal. 298), 1628. 



Warnecke v. Lembca (70 111 . 91 ; 22 Am. 

Rep. 85), 858, 1456. 
Warneford v. Thompson (3 Ves. 513), 

1066. 
Warner v. Bates (98 Mass. 274), 126, 128. 
Warner v. Daniels (1 W. & M. 90), 472, 

480, 484. 
Warner i>. Dove (33 Md. 679), 707. 
Warner v. Insurance Co. (109 U. S. 

369), 1032. 
Warner v. Jacob (L. R. 20 Ch. D. 220), 

1467. 
Warners. Mower (11 Vt. 385), 1411. 
Warner v. Peck (11 R. I. 431), 710. 
Warner v. Sprigg (62 Md. 14), 918. 
Warner v. Van Alstyne (3 Paige, 513), 

577. 
Warner?;. Warner (132 Ind. 213; 31 N. 

E. Rep, 466), 343. 
Warner v. Whittaker (6 Mich. 133), 441. 
Warner v. Winslow (1 Sandf. Ch. 430), 

441, 442. 
Warr v. Warr (Pr. Ch. 214), 1529, 1630. 
Warrallw. Harford (8Ves. 1),1058. 
Warre, In re Ship (8 Price, 269), 34. 
WarrelPs Appeal (23 Pa. St. 44), 1253. 
Warrens. Adams (19 Colo. 516), 360. 
Warren v. Perm (28 Barb. 334), 671, 677, 

590, 1408. 
Warren v. Freeman (85 Tenn. 613), 710. 
Warren v. Hofer (13 Ind. 167), 847. 
Warren v. Leland (9 Mass. 265), 1098, 

1488. 
Warren v. Rudall (1 Johns. & H. 1), 893. 
Warren v. Steere (112 Pa. St. 634), 361. 
Warren v. Swett (31 N. H. 332), 449, 

478. 
Warren v. Warren (1 Bro. Ch. 305), 

1528. 
Warren-Searf, etc. Co. v. Dunn (40 N. 

Y. Supl. 209), 1580. 
Warrick v. Warrick (3 Atk. 291), 102, 

104. 
Warriner v. Rogers (L. R. 16 Eq. 340), 

77, 151. 
Warter v. Hutchinson (5 Moon, 143 ; 1 

B. & C. 121), 920, 923, 926, 937, 942, 

1526. 
Warwick v. Hull (102 111. 280), 161, 1515. 
Warwick v. Lawrence (43 N. J. Eq. 179; 

3 Am. St. Rep. 299), 709. 
Warwick v. Warwick (3 Atk. 291), 443. 
WashabaughK. Hall (4S. Dak. 168; 56 

N. W. Rep. 82), 830. 
Washburn v. Sewell (9 Met. 280), 20, 21, 

763, 810. 
Washington v. Emery (4 Jones, 32), 

1218. 
Washington Bank v. Lewis (22 Pick. 

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Washington v. Louisville, etc. R. R. 

Co. (136 111. 49; 26 N. E. Rep. 653), 

1342. 
Wasson v. English (13 Mo. 176), 1184. 
Wasson j>. Garrett (58 Tenn. 477), 1138, 

1222, 1402. 
Wasson v. Millsap (77 Iowa, 762), 706. 
Waterbury v. Fisher (5 Colo. App. 362; 

35Pac. Rep. 846), 356. 
Waterfleld v. Wilber (64 Mich. 642) , 576. 
Waterman v. Alden (42111. App. 294; 

32N. E. Rep. 972), -868. 
Waterman v. Allen (144 111. 90), 857, 870. 
Waterman v. Baldwin (68 Iowa, 255), 

992, 1074. 
Waterman v. Dutton (6 Wis. 265), 1419. 
Waterman v. Spaulding (51 111. 425), 

1084, 1092, 1097. 
Waters v. Bailey (2 T. & C. 218), 399. 
Waters v. Collins (3 Dem. 374), 1746. 
Waters v. Faber (2 Dem. 290), 1706. 
Waters v. Groom (11 CI. & Fin. 684), 

395. 
Waters v. Hutton (85 Tenn. 109; 1 S. W. 

Rep. 787), 1064. 
Waters v. Tazewell (9Md. 291), 651, 667, 

668, 1275, 1622. 
Waters v. Thorn (22Beav. 547), 393, 419, 

423, 424. 
Watkins v. Cheek (2 S. & S. 205), 1652. 
Watkins v. Frederick (11 H. L. Cas. 

354), 924. 
Watkins v. Holman (16 Pet. 25), 35, 36. 
Watkins v. Jones (28 Ind. 12), 223. 
Watkins v. Reynolds (123 N. Y. 211), 

1746. 
Watkins v. Specht (7 Cold. 585), 923, 936, 

941, 979, 1536. 
Watmongh's Trusts, In re (L. R. 8 Eq. 

272), 813. 
Watson v. Atwood (25 Conn. 313), 477. 
Watson v. Bagaley (12 Pa. St. 164), 

1364. 
Watson v. Brickwood (9 Ves. 447), 

1324, 1325. 
Watson v. Butcher (37 Hun, 391) , 1368. 
Watson v. Garvin (54 Mo. 353), 796. 
Watsons. James (15 La. Ann. 386), 1073. 
Watson v. Jones (13 Wall. 679), 789, 791, 

795, 797, 798. 
Watson v. Le Row (6 Barb. 481), 354, 373. 
Watson v. Marshall (17 Beav. 363), 678, 

684. 
Watson v. Mayrant (IRieh. Bq. 449), 178. 
Watson v. Murray (54 Ark. 499;16 S. W. 

Rep. 293), 212. 
Watson v. Pearson (2 Excheq. 594), 920, 

922, 931, 942, 1013, 1037. 
WatsoD v. Pinckney (46 N. Y. St. Rep. 
245), 145. 



Watson v. Planters' Bank (22 La. Ann. 

14), 478. 
Watson v. Saul (5 Jur. (N. S.) 404) ; 1 

Gift. 188), 823, 1538. 
Watson v. Sawyer (15 La. Ann. 386), 

1075. 
Watson v. Sherman (84 111. 263), 1453, 

1494. 
Watson v. Thompson (12 R. I. 466), 223, 

532. 
Watson v. Thurber (11 Mich. 457), 707. 
Watson v. Toone (5 Madd. 54), 1540. 
Watson v. Wells (5 Conn. 468), 443, 579. 
Watson v. Young (30 S. Car. 144), 503. 
Watt v. Ball (1 P. Wms. 108), 963. 
Watt v. Grove (2 Sch. & Let. 492), 413. 
Watts v. Bullas (1 P. Wms. 60), 146. 
Watts v. Burnett (56 Ala. 341), 478. 
Watts v. Cresswell (9 Vin. 536), 27. 
Watts «. Gantt (42 Neb. 869; 61 N. W. 

Rep. 104), 708. 
Watts v. Girdleston (6 Beav. 188), 1102, 

1205, 1217, 1253. 
Watts v. Howard (7 Met. 478), 111, 1025, 

1152. 
Watts v. Symes (16 Sim. 646), 978. 
Watt's Appeal (18 Pa. St. 370), 411. 
Watt's Settlement, In re (9 Hare, 106) , 

869. 
Waugh, In re (25 W. R. 555) , 1436. 
Waugh v. Riley (8 Met. 290), 28. 
Wayman v. Jones (4 Md. Ch. 500), 1121, 

1236. 
Wayne v. Hanham (9 Hare, 62), 1515. 
Wayne v. Middleton (2 Ga. 383), 1073, 

1075. 
Way's Trust (10 Jur. 837; 2 De G., J. & 

S. 365), 156, 160. 
Weakly v. Watkins (7 Humph. 356), 660, 

562. 
Weare v. Linnell (29 Mich. 224), 263, 

372, 373. 

Weaver v. Brown (87 Ala. 533), 573. 
Weaver v. Fisher (110 111. 146), 1564, 

1718. 
Weaver v. Van Aiken (71 Mich. 69; 38 

N. W.Rep. 677), 1569. 
Weaver v. Van Aiken (77 Mich. 588), 882, 

1736. 
Weavers. Wabash, etc. Canal Co. (28 

Ind. 112), 1053. 
Webb v. District (7 Watts & S. 401), 29. 
Webb v. Gay (74 N. Car. 447), 709. 
Webb v. Haefler (53 Md. 187), 1481. 
Webbu. Hoselton (4 Neb. 308; 19 Am. 

Rep. 638), 708, 1440, 1446. 
Webb v. Jones (1 Cox, 245), 1324. 
Webb v. Ledsaur (1 Kay & J. 365) , 1124. 
Webb». Lewis (45 Minn. 285; 47 N. W. 
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Webb v . Lugar (2 T. & C. 247) , 399. 
Webb ©. Lymington (8 Ves. 322), 1427. 
Webb ©. Neal (5 Allen, 575), 19. 
Webb v. Rorke (2 Seh. & Let. 661), 

380. 
Webb ©. Sadler (L. E. 14 Bq. 533; L. K. 

8Ch. App. 419), 304, 640. 
Webb ©. Shaftesbury (6 Madd. 100), 830, 

1169. 
Webb ©. Shaftesbury (7 Ves. 487), 900, 

974, 1004, 1178, 1573, 1683, 1705. 
Webb©. Webb (Barn. 86), 1352. 
Webb ©. Woods (2 Sim 267), 111, 123, 128, 

132, 184. 
Webb's Case (1 Roll. Abr. 609), 83. 
Webber ©. Curtis (104 111. 309), 1475, 1506. 
Webber v. Farmer (4 Bro. P. C. 170), 

542, 545. 
Weber ©. Ueberroth (13 Atl. Eep. 194), 

1558. 
Weber ©. Weber (9 Reporter, 632), 82. 
Webster ©. Bailey (31 Mich. 36), 477. 
Webster v. Coddington (16 Sim. 177), 

1006. 
Webster ©. Cooper (14 How. 488), 912, 

916, 925, 940, 941, 1267. 
Webster ©. Helm (93 Tenn. 322, 24 S. W. 

Rep. 480), 661, 711. 
Webster ©. Hildreth (33 Vt. 457; 78 Am. 

Dec. 632) , 711. 
Webster©. King (33 Cal. 148), 419. 
Webster ©. MeCullougn (61 Iowa, 496), 

575. 
Webster ©. Morris (66 Wis. 366; 57 Am. 

Rep. 278), 87, 128, 734, 751, 819, 1524. 
Webster ©. Newbold (41 Pa. St. 482), 

1538. 
Webster ©. Soutaey (L. R. 36 Ch. D. 

9), 735, 813. 
Webster t>. Vandeventer (6 Gray, 429), 

890, 896, 897, 979, 1394. 
Webster©. Webster (1 Sm. & Gift. 489; 

23 Eng. L. & Eq. 216) , 720. 
Webster v. Webster (4 De G.,M. & G. 

437), 725. 
Webster©. Wiggin (31 Atl. Rep. 824), 

736, 738, 749. 
Wedderburn ©. Wedderburn (22 Beav. 

84), 1710, 1714. 
Wedderburn ©. Wedderburn (2 Keen, 

749; 2 Myl. & Cr. 41), 286, 461, 823, 

1598. 
Wedgwood ©. Adams (6 Beav. 600), 1242. 
Weeks ©. Cornwell (104 N. Y. 325), 618, 

992, 1068, 1349. 
Weeks©. Hobson (150 Mass. 377), 748), 

775. 
Weeks©. Milwaukee, etc. R. Co. (78 

Wis. 501), 204. 
Weeks ©. Sego (9 Ga. 199), 669. 



Weems©. Masterson (80 Tex. 45;15S. 

W. Rep. 690), 831. 
Weiland v. Townsend (33 N. J. Eq. 393), 

907. 
Weinberg ©. Rempe (15 W. Va. 829), 

711. 
Weinrich ©. Wolf (24 W. Va. 299), 308. 
Weir ©. Bell (L. E. 3 Ex. D. 238), 476, 

484. 
Weir ©. TannehlU (2 Yerg. 57) , 1331. 
Weisbrod ©. R. R. Co. (18 Wis. 35), 688. 
Weisel ©. Cobb (118 N. Car. 11; 24 S. E. 

Rep. 782), 1689. 
Weiss ©. Dill (3 Myl. & K. 27), 1068, 1704. 
Weiss ©. Heitkamp (121 Mo. 23_; 29 S. 

W. Rep. 709), 269. 
Weisser©. Dennison (6 Seld. 68), 444. 
Welch ©. Allen (21 Wend. 147), 918, 942. 
Welch ©. Baxter (45 La. Ann. 1062), 816. 
Welch ©. Brown (50 N. J. Eq. 387; 26 

Atl. Rep. 568), 1695. 
Welch ©. Burris (29 Iowa, 186), 834, 839. 
Welch v. Fisk (139 Ind. 637; 38 N. E. 

Rep. 403), 706. 
Welch ©. Mandeville (1 Wheat. 233), 960. 
Welche v. Welche (14 Ala. 77), 652. 
Weid ©. Rees (48 111. 428), 1456, 1505. 
Weller©. Suggett (3Redf. 249), 847. 
Weller ©. Weller (2 Madd. 160), 999. 
Welles ©. March (30 N. Y. 344), 1413, 1415. 
Welles ©. Middleton (1 Cox, 125), 418, 

419. 
Weliesley ©. Wellesley (2 Bligh (N. S.), 

135), 831. 
Wellesley ©. Wellesley (4 Myl. & Cr. 661), 

720. 
Wellford©. Chancellor (5Gratt. 39), 193, 

413. 
Wells ©. Andrews (60 Miss. 373) , 847. 
Wells «. Caywood (3 Colo. 487), 705. 
Wells ©. Chapman (4Sandf. Ch. 312), 960. 
Wells ©. Foster (8 M. & W. 149), 38. 
Wells v. Francis (7 Colo. 396), 434. 
Wells v. Harter (56 Cal. 3421, 674. 
Wells ©. Heath (10 Gray, 25), 819. 
Wells ©. Heddenberg (30 S. W. Eep. 702), 

582. 
Wells©. Lewis (4 Met. (Ky.) 269), 1013, 

1014. 
Wells ©. McCall (64 Pa. St. 207), 184, 652, 
665, 667, 671, 933, 934, 935, 1276, 1622, 
1638. 
Wells ©. Robinson (13 Cal. 133), 414. 
Wells v. Smith (44 Miss. 296), 586. 
Wells©. Stout (9 Cal. 494), 721,722,724, 

725, 726, 
Wells ©. Thorman (37 Conn. 318), 705. 
Wells©. Wells (47 Barb. 416), 1452, 1486. 
Wells, Fargo & Co. ©. Robinson (13 Cal. 
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Wells, Fargo & Co. ©. Walsh (87 Wis. 

67; 57 N . W. Rep. 969), 142. 
Welman©. Welman (L. E. 16 Ch. D. 

579) , 104. 
Welsh ©. Coley (82 Ala. 363; 2 So. Rep. 

733), 1453, 1456. 
Welsh v. Usher (2 Hill Eq. 167; 29 Am. 

Dec. 63), 602. 
Welston©. Hildreth (39 Vt. 457), 688. 
Welton ©. Palmer (39 Cal. 456), 1083. 
Wemyss©. White (159 Mass. 484; 34 N. 

E. Rep. 718), 1004, 1637. 
Wendell ©. Crandall (1 Comst. 492), 1066. 
Wendell v. French (19 N. H. 210), 1689, 

1713. 
Wendell ©. Van Rensalaer (1 Johns. Ch. 

344), 419. 
Wentworth ©. Lloyd (32 Beav. 469; 10 

H. L. C. 589), 330. 
Werin ©. Dillon (27 Miss. 494), 413. 
Wescott ©. Edmunds (68 Pa. St. 34) , 1267. 
West v. Berry (1 R. & M. 440), 1067. 
West ©. Erissey (2 P- Wms. 349), 102, 104, 

105. 
West ©. Fritz (109 111. 425), 909, 918, 922, 

1084, 1106, 1267. 
West v. Knight (1 Ch. Cas. 135), 763. 
West ©. Moore (14 Vt. 447), 381. 
West v. Raymond (21 Ind. 305), 419. 
West ©. Shuttleworth (2 Myl. & K. 684), 

731. 
West v. Skip (1 Ves. Sr. 239), 224, 598. 
West v. Sloan (3 Jones Eq, 102), 1538. 
West v. Snodgrass (17 Ala. 549), 1369. 
West v. West (75 Mo. 204), 827. 
Westbrook ©. Comstock (Walker, 314), 

825. 
Westcott v. Adams (68 Pa: St. 34), 944. 
Westcott ©. Cady (5 Johns. Ch. 334), 1437. 
Westerfleld ©. limmer (82 Ind. 369), 370. 
Westerfleld ©. Westerfleld (1 Bradf. 

198), 1688. 
Westerman©. Westerman (25 Ohio St. 

500), 552, 709. 
Western Bank ©. Addie (L. R. 1H.L. 

Scotl. 145), 484. 
Western R. R. Co. ©. Nolan (48 N. T. 

517), 949, 956, 959, 1057, 1138. 
Westerrelt ©. Hot (2 Sandf. 98), 443. 
Westfall ©. Singleton (1 Wash. (Va.) 

227), 398. 
Westgate ©. Handlin (7 How. Pr. 372), 

1488, 1489. 
Westmeath ©. Westmeath (1 Dow. & 

CI. 619), 725. 
Westmeath v. Westmeath (Jacob, 126), 

720, 721, 722. 
Westmoreland v. Holland (10 W. R. 

302), 1135, 1222. 
Westoby v. Day (2 Ell. & Bl. 605), 972. 



West of England Bank, In re (L. R. 11 

Ch. D. 772), 1604. 
Weston v. Barker (12 Johns. 276), 153, 

1318. 
Weston, In re (91 N. T. 511), 1200, 1338. 
Weston v. Jenkins (128 Mass. 562), 1192. 
Weston©. Stewart (2Fairf. 137), 1049. 
Wetherby©. St. George (2 Hare, 624), 

1645. 
Wethered ©. Wethered (2 Sim. 183), 33, 

34. 
Wetherell ©. Hough (52 N. J. Eq. 683; 

29 AM. Rep. 692), 828. 
Wetherell ©. O'Brien (140 111. 146; 33 

Am. St. Rep. 221), 1607, 1610. 
Wetherill ©. Wetherill (18 Pa. St. 265), 

1011. 
Wetmore ©. Hegeman (88 ST. T. 69), 

1053. 
Wetmore ©. Parker (7 Lans, 121), 19. 
Wetmore v. Parker (52 N. T. 450), 31, 

820,1058. ,.- 

Wetmore v. Parker (92 N. T. 76), 1105. ,. 
Wetter v. Fisk (3 Pick. 74), 470. 
Wetzel v. Chaplin (3 Bradf. 386), 153. 
Wetzleru. Fitch (52 Cal. 638), 862. 
Weygant v. Bartlett (102 Cal. 224; 36 • 

Pac. Rep. 417), 311. 
Whale v. Booth (4 T. R. 625), 1627. 
Whaley v. Drummond (1 Sugd. Pow. 

257), 1009. 
Whaley©. Norton (1 Vern. 482), 560. 
Whaley v. Whaley (71 Ala. 159), 1628. 
Whallen v. Scott (10 Watts, 237) , 1368. 
Whalley v. Whalley (lMeriv. 436), 1540. 
Whalley v. Whalley (3 Bligh, 1), 470. 
Wharton v. May (5 Ves. 27), 427. 
Wheatley v. Badger (7 Pa. St. 469), 855, 

857, 858. 
Wheatley v. Boyd (7 Excheq. 20), 980. 
Wheatley v. Martin (6 Leigh, 62), 1049. 
Wheatley v. Purr (1 Keen, 561), 76, 77, 

152,153,851. 
Whedbee v. Stewart (40 Md. 414), 1369. 
Wheedon v. Lee (3 T. R. 41), 926. 
Wheeler©. Billings (72 Fed. Rep. 301; 

18 C. C. A. 573), 1568. 
Wheeler v. Bingham (3 Atk. 364), 1041. 
Wheeler©. Brown (26 III. 369), 1569. 
Wheeler ©, Kidder (105 Pa. St. 270) , 335. 
Wheeler ©. Kirtland (23 N. J. Eq. 18), 

312, 354, 370. 
Wheeler ©. Love (21 Tex. 583), 578. 
Wheeler©. Newhall (7 Mass. 189), 913, 

918. 
Wheeler ©. Perry (18 N. H. 307), 1002, 

1060, 1215. 
Wheeler v. Reynolds (67 N. Y. 227), 486, 

503,618,526. 
Wheeler©. Sage (1 Wall. 518), 560, 662. 



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Wheeler v. Sexton (34 Fed. Eep. 154) 

1445. 
Wheeler v. 
Wheeler v. 

747. 
Wheeler v 
Wheeler v 

1044. 
Wheeler v 
Wheete v. 
Whelan v. 



Sheers (Mosely, 288), 244,245. 
Smith (9 How. 55), 53, 745, 

v. Sumner (4 Mason, 206), 1384. 
v. Warser (1 S. & S. 304), 1043, 



Whedon (9 How. 293), 1404. 
Hall (17Ves. 86), 1012. 
Eeilly (3 W. Va. 597), 864,865, 



Wheldaler. Partridge (5 Ves. 388), 258, 

299. 
Whelen's Appeal (70 Pa. St. 410), 277, 

1688. 
Whetselr. Eoberts (31 Ohio St. 603), 

677. 
Whetstone v. Bury (2 P. Wms. 146), 912, 

929. 
Whichoote v. Lawrence (3 Ves. 740), 

383,389,392,393,427. 
Whichcote v. Lyle (28 Pa. St. 73), 12. 
Whicker v. Hume (7 H. L. Cas. 124, 1 

De G,, M. & G. 506), 733, 811. 
Whipple v. Giles (55 N. H. 139), 708. 
Whiston v. Rochester (7 Hare, 532), 782. 
Whitakerr. Gavit (18 Conn. 522), 1362, 

1363. 
Whitakerr. Hall (1 Glyn & J. 213), 677. 
Whitaker v. Kershaw (L. R. 45 Ch. D. 

320), 1701. 
Whitbread, Ex parte (19 Ves. 209), 600. 
Whltbread v. Jordan (1 Y. & C. 303), 600. 
Whitbread v. Smith (3 De G., M. & G. 

727), 1145, 1435. 
Whitchurch^. Bevis (2 Bro. Ch. 665), 

219. 
Whitcomb v. Minchin (5 Madd. 91) , 1491. 
Whitcomb's Estate, In re (86Cal. 265; 24 

Pac, Rep. 1028), 135. 
White v. Albertson (3Dev. 241) , 956, 957. 
White r, Attorney-General (4 Ired. Eq. 

19; 44 Am. Dec. 92), 753. 
Whiter. Banks (21 Ala. 705), 1384. 
Whiter. Barker (1 Bing. N. Cas. 573), 

919 
Whiter. Barton (18Beav. 192),-882. 
Whiter. Baugh (2 R. &M. 215; 9Bligh, 

181; 3 CI &F. 44), 1115. 
White v. Baylor (10 Ir. Eq. 53), 943. 
White v. Blackmore (8 Lea, 49), 585. 
White v. Briggs (L. J. 15 Ch. 182), 132. 
White v. Briggs (2 Phill. Ch. 583), 52, 128, 

130. 
White v. Casenave (1 Har. & J. 106), 576 
Whiter Carpenter (2 Paige Ch. 217), 

307, 314, 362, 370. 
White r. Carter (2 Eden, 366), 96. 
Whiter. Cook (73 Ga. 165), 1653. 



White v. Crawford (10 Mass. 183) , 984. 
White r. Cuddon (8 CI. & Fin. 766), 947. 
White v. DInkins (19 Ga. 189), 1033. 
White r. Ditson (134 Mass. 351), 748. 
White v. Downs (40 Tex. 225), 578. 
White r. Drew (42 Mo. 561), 334, 532. 
White r. Evans (4 Ves. 21), 244, 246. 
White v. Farley (81 Ala. 563; 8 So. Rep. 

215), 266. 
White r. Fisk (22 Conn. 31), 747, 777. 
White r. Fitzgerald (19 Wis. 480), 616, 

912, 916. 
White v. Foster (102 Mass. 375), 450. 
White r. Franklin Bank (22 Pick. 184), 

564, 565. 
White r. Gouldin (27 Gratt. 491), 675, 

678. 
Whiter. Hale (2 Cold. 77), 750. 
White r. Hildreth (32 Vt. 465), 688, 711. 
White r. Howard (52 Barb. 294), 111,1066, 

1067. 
Whiter. Hudson (17 R. I. 519; 23 Atl. 

Rep. 57), 176. 
White r. Jones (92 N. Oar. 388), 578. 
White r. Lincoln (8 Ves. 363), 1564. 
White r. Lupton (15 Ves. 432), 1174. 
White r. McDermott (7 I. R. C. L. 1), 

895, 1014. 
Whiter. McKeon (92 Ga. 343; 17 S. E. 

Kep. 283), 815, 864. 
White r. McNett (33 N. T. 271), 769. 
White r. More (54 Illj. App. 606), 1408. 
White r. Moses (21 Cal. 34), 607. 
White v. Moss (67 Ga. 89), 403. 
White r. Nutts (1 P. Wms. 61), 200. 
White r. Palmer (4 Mass. 147), 1314. 
White r. Parker (1 Bing. N. Cas. 573), 

940. 
White r. Parker (8 Barb. 48), 286, 827. 
White r. Parnether (1 Knapp, 228), 462. 
Whiter. Prentiss (3 T. B. Mon. 449), 

1339. 
White r. Savery (60 Iowa, 515), 1515. 
White v. Sawyer (16 Gray, 589), 477, 484. 
White r. Sheldon (4 Nev. 280), 232. 
White r. Stephens (77 Mo. 452), 1454, 

1460. 
White r. Thomas (8 Bush, 662), 1289. 
White v. Trotter (14 Sm. & M. 30; 63 

Am. Dec. 112), 1184. 
White r. Watkins (23 Mo. 427), 1097, 

1122. 
White v White (6 Beav. 221), 907. 
Whiter. White (IBro. Ch. 12), 696, 738. 

765, 757. 
White r. White (7 Gill & J. 208), 36, 37. 
Whiter. White (16 Gratt 264), 662. 
White r. White (L. R. 15 Eq. 247), 104. 
White r White (L R. (1893) 2 Ch. 41), 

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White v. White (1 Md. Ch. 53), 1537. 

White v. White (21 Vt. 250), 924. 

White v. White (30 Vt. 342), 184, 1269, 

1295, 1640, 1644. 
Whito v. White (2 Vera. 43), 1324. 
White». White (4 Ves. 33), 1159. 
Whiter. White (5 Ves. 556), 1591. 
White v. White (7 Ves. 423), 632, 637, 

735. 
White v. Williams (1 Paige, 502), 577, 

680. 
White v. Williams (3 V. & B. 72), 144. 
White's Estate, In re (163 Pa. St. 388; 30 

Atl. Rep. 194; 36 W.N. C. 105), 1288. 
White's Trusts, In re (Johns. 656), 167, 

614, 620, 621, 624, 630, 632. 
White's Trusts, Inre (L, E. 33 Ch. D. 

449), 768. 
Whiteborn v. Hines (1 Munf . 659) , 426. 
Whitecar's Estate, In re (147 Pa. St. 

368; 23 Atl. Rep. 575), 1258. 
Whitecomb v. Jacob (Salk. 160), 531, 

1632. 
Whitehead v. Bradley (87 Va. 676; 13 S. 

E. Rep. 195), 829, 831. 
Whitehead, Ex parte (L. R. 14 Q. B. 

Div. 419), 712. 
Whitehead v. Helen (76 N. Car. 99), 

1490, 1491, 1493. 
Whitehead, In re (3 Dem. 227), 1055. 
Whitehead v. Murat (Bunb. 183), 842. 
Whitehead v. Whitehead (85 Va. 870), 

1227, 1690. 
Whitehill v. Shaw (33 S. W. Rep. 886), 

1367. 
Whitehurst v. Harker (2 Ired. Eq. 292), 

167, 614. 
Whitely v. Ogle (47 ST. J. Eq. 67; 20 Atl. 

Rep. 284), 335, 339. 
Whitely v. Stewart (63 Mo. 363), 708, 
White School House v. Post (31 Conn. 

240), 603, 861,877. 
Whiteside v. Cannon (23 Mo. 457), 665, 

708. 
Whiteside v. Taylor (105 111. 496), 1180. 
Whitfield, Exparte (2 Atk. 315), 832,841, 

1563. 
Whitfordo. Doggett (84111. 144), 705. 
Whitings;. Beebe (7Eng. 564), 452. 
Whiting v. Beckwlth (31 Conn. 596), 

705. 
Whitings. Dewey (15 Pick. 428), 1242. 
Whiting v. Gould (2 Wis. 552) , 66, 67, 263, 

603, 1736. 
Whiting v. Whiting (4 Gray, 236), 59, 

130, 167, 228, 229, 614, 979. 
Whitman v. Bowden (27 S. Car. 53), 492, 

494, 1711. 
Whitman v. Fisher (74 111. 147), 1718, 
1721. 



Whitmore v. Learned (70 Me. 276), 232, 

358. 
Whitmore v. Turquand (1 John. & H. 

296), 1573. 
Whitemore v. Weld (1 Vera. 328), 27, 

1223. 
Whitney v. Kelley (67 Me. 377), 1379. 
Whitney©. Smith (L. R. 4 Ch. 513), 1136. 
Whitridge v. Parkhurst (20 Md. Ch. 62), 

517. 
Whitson v. Whitson (53 N. T. 479), 1688. 
Whittaker «. Hill (96 ST. Car. 2), 1468. 
Whittaker, In re (4 Johns. Ch. 378), 

825. 
Whittaker, In re (L. R. 21 Ch. D. 657), 

712. 
Whittaker v. Whittaker (52 N. T. 368), 

147. 
Whitten v. Jenkins (34 Ga. 297), 651, 686. 
Whitten v. Whitten (3 Cush. 191), 339, 

340, 650. 
Whittlesey v. Hughes (39 Mo. 13), 996, 

1055, 1243. 
Whitton v. Russell (1 Atk. 448), 497, 500, 

606. 
Whyte v. Meade (2 Ir. Eq. 420), 292. 
Wickershamw. Crittenden (93 Cal. 17), 

1170. 
Wickershann v. Ricker (58 Fed. Rep. 

282), 1096. 
Wickes v. Clark (8 Paige, 165), 99. 
Wickess. Slaughter (49 Ark. 235), 1344. 
Wickham v. Bath (L. R. 1 Eq. 17), 813. 
Wickham v. Berry (55 Pa. St. 70), 919, 

956, 1114. 
Wickiser v. Cook (85 111. 68), 286. 
Wickliffe v. Bell (1 Bush, 427), 452. 
Wickliffe v. Lexington (11 B. Mon. 161), 

1537. 
Wickliffe. Robinson (18111. 145), 1180. 
Wickmano. Robinson (14 Wis. 493; 80 

Am. Dec. 789), 586. 
Wicks v. Mitchell (9 Ean. 80), 706. 
Wicks v. Westcott (59 Md. 270), 1453, 1605. 
Wideners. Pay (51 Md. 273), 1686, 1698, 

1700. 
Widgery v. Tepper (L. R. 7 Oh. D. 423) , 

680. 
Widmore v. Woolredge (Amb. 636), 166, 

641. 
Wigg v. Nicholl (L. R. 14 Eq. 92), 804. 
Wiggs. Wigg (1 Atk. 382; 2 Sngd. V. & 

P. 274), 180, 327, 432, 442, 638, 595. 
Wiggins, Ex parte (1 Hill (S. Oar.) Eq. 

354), 383, 390, 394. 
Wightwlcks. Lord (6 H. L. Cas. 234), 

1141, 1169. 
Wigsell v. Wigsell (2 S. & 8. 364), 978. 
Wilbornv. Ritter (16 S. W. Rep, 360), 
230. 



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Wilbur v. Almy (12 How. 180), 1021, 1038, 

1090, 1121. 
Wiltmrn v. McOalley (63 Ala. 436), 667, 

704. 
Wilburns. Spofford (4 Sneed, 705), 47, 

1016. 1460. 
Wilcockss. Hannyngtom (5 Ir. Ch. 38), 

155. 
Wilcox v. Abraham (6 Ohio, 172), 142. 
Wilcox v. Fitzhugh (12 Barb. 235), 1314. 
Wilcox v. Gilchrist (85 Hun, 1 ; 32 N. Y. 

Supl. 608) , 83. 
Wilcox v. Quinby (62 Hun, 620; 16 N. T. 

Supl. 699), 903. 
Wilcox v. Smith (26 Barb. 316), 1334, 1341. 
Wilcox v. Wheeler (47 N. H. 488), 925. 
Wilcox v. Wilcox (47 N". H. 488), 923,941, 

1268. 
Wileoxons. Osborn (77 Mo. 621), 1503. 
Wilde v. Gibson (1 H. L. Cas. 605), 484, 

489,491. 
Wilde v. Bawllngs (1 Head, 34), 1369. 
Wildeman v. Mayor, etc., Baltimore (8 

Md. 551), 254. 
Wilder v. Brooks (10 Minn. 50; 88 Am. 

Dec. 49), 707. 
Wilder v. Ranney (95 N. T. 7), 1122. 
Wilder v. Richie (117 Mass..382), 707. 
Wilder, Succession of (22 La. Ann. 219), 

13. 
Wllderman v. Baltimore (8 Md. 551), 

663. 
Wildey v. Robinson (85 Hun, 362; 32 N. 

Y. Supl. 1018), 874. 
Wilding v. Bolder (21 Beav. 222), 30, 31, 

876. 
Wiles v. Gresham (2 Drew. 258), 1152. 
Wiles v. Gresham (5 De G., M. & G. 770), 

993, 1047, 1048, 1138, 1342, 1343. 
Wiles v. Wiles (3 Md. 1; 56 Am. Dec. 

733), 675, 678. 
Wiley v. Collins (11 Me. 193), 1383. 
Wiley v. Gray (36 Miss. 510), 681. 
Wiley v. Morris (39 N. J. Eq. 97), 111. 
Wiley v. Smith (3 Kelly, 559), 91, 93, 116. 
Wilhelms. Falmer (6 Pa. St. 296), 29, 

532, 993, 1052. 
Wilkes v. Holmes (9 Mod. 485; 16 Ves. 

237), 1009. 
Wilkes v. Rogers (6 Johns. 566), 829, 1561, 

1563. 
Wilkes v. Steward (G. Coop. 6), 1102, 

1204. 
Wilkins v. Anderson (11 Pa. St. 399), 432, 

434, 435. 
Wilkins v. Fowkes (9 Hare, 692), 292. 
Wilkins v. Frye (1 Meriv. 268; 2 Rose, 

375), 1100, 1118. 
Wilkins v. Gordon (11 Leigh, 647), 1470. 
Wilkins v. Hogg (3 Gift. 116), 1226. 



Wilkins v. Stevens (1 Y. & C. 431), 359. 
Wilkinson v. Barber (L. R. 14 Eq. 96), 

735,813. 
Wilkinson v. Bauerle (41 N. J. Eq. 635), 

1411, 1412. 
Wilkinson ». Charlesworth (10 Beav. 

324), 680. 
Wilkinson v. Cheatham (45 Ala. 341), 

704. 
Wilkinson v. Dodd (40 N. J. Eq. 123), 

1140. 
Wilkinson s. Duncan (23 Beav. 469), 

1166. 
Wilkinson, Ex parte (3 Mont. & Ayr. 

145) , 857. 
Wilkinsons. Holloway (7 Leigh, 277), 

419. 
Wilkinson, In re (41 L. J. Ch. 392; L. R. 

13 Eq. 634), 1615. 
Wilkinson v. Lindgren (L. R. 5 Ch. 570), 

731. 
Wilkinson v. Malin (2 Tyr. 544), 1130. 
Wilkinson v. May (69 Ala. 33), 673, 912. 
Wilkinson v. Parry (4 Russ. 272), 864, 

898, 899, 1005, 1244, 1591. 
Wilkinson v. Stone (128 111. 129) , 1470. 
Wilkinson ^.Wilkinson (1 Head, 305), 

688. 
Wilkinson v. Wilkinson (2 S. & S. 236), 

1704. 
Wilkinsons. Wilkinson (1Y. & C. 657), 

42. 
Wilks v. Ferris (2 Johns. 335), 1368. 
Wilks v. Groom (3 Drew. 684), 1196. 
Willardw.BoggS (56111. 163), 1445, 1502. 
Willards. Eastham (15 Gray, 328; 77 

Am. Dec. 366) , 698, 700, 701, 704, 707. 
Willard v. Reas (26 Wis. 640) , 578. 
Willards. Taylor (8 Wall. 557), 191. 
Willard v. Willard (56 Pa. St. 119), 368, 

370. 
Willats v. Busby (5 Beav. 193), 1732. 
Willett v. Blanford (1 Hare, 253), 1173. 
Willetts, Jure (112 ST. Y. 289), 1706. 
Willetts v. Vandenburgh (34 Barb. 424), 

1404. 
Willett's Estate (2 N. Y. Supl. 665), 1678, 

1681, 1691. 
Williams v. Allen (32 Beav. 650), 1591. 
Williams v. Allison (33 Iowa, 278), 108. 
Williams v. Avery (38 Ala. 115), 103, 655. 
Williams v. Bagley (L. R. 1 H. L. Cas. 

200), 563. 
Williams v. Bailey (L. S. 2 Eq. 731), 726. 
Williams v. Baldridge (66 Ala. 338), 704. 
Williams v. Bankhead (19 Wall. 113), 

1730. 
Williams v. Bayley (L. R. 1 HI. 200), 295. 
Williams v. Brown (14 111. 200), 308. 
Williams v. Campbell (46 Miss. 61), 987. 



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Williams®. Ohitty (3 Ves. 551), 13. 
William9 ®. Coade (10 Ves. 50C), 260, 258. 
Williams ®. Conrad (30 Barb. 424), 885. 
Williams ®. Cook (1 Greenl. Ch. 209), 

1537. 
Williams ®. Cook (9 Jnr. (N. S.) 658), 681. 
Williams u.Corbet (8 Sim. 349), 1058. 
Williams ®. Cushing (34 Me. 370), 854, 

855, 858, 884, 885. 
Williams ®. Evans (164 111. 98; 39 N. E. 

Eep. 698), 160. 
Williams, Ex parte (18 S. Car. 299), 1627. 
Williams v. First Presb. Soe. (1 Ohio 

St. 478), 465, 911, 918, 941, 943, 1639, 

1594. 
Williams v. Fitch (18 N. T. 546), 508, 510, 

513. 
Williams v. Frost (27 Minn. 255), 1417. 
Williams v. Gibbs (20 How. 535), 607. 
Williams ». Haskins (66 Vt. 378; 29Atl. 

Eep. 371), 75, 88. 
Williams v. Hayward (117 Mass. 532), 

707. 
Williams ®. Hollingsworth (1 Strobh. 

Eq. 103; 47 Am. Dec. 627), 308, 334, 

532. 
Williams®. Holmes (4 Rich. Eq. 475), 

1268. 
Williams ®. Hugunin (69 111. 214; 18 Am. 

Eep. 607), 698, 705. 
Williams v. Hutchinson (3 Comst. 312), 

837. 
Williams, In re (L. R. 6 Ch. D. 735), 735. 
Williams v. Jones (2 Swan, 620), 108. 
Williams ®. JoDes (10 Ves. 78), 238, 244. 
Williams ®. Kershaw (5 CI. & Fin. Ill), 

254. 
Williams v. Kershaw (1 Keen, 274 ra.), 

802. 
Williams ». King (43 Conn. 569), 705, 892. 
Williams ®. Lonsdale (3 Ves. 752), 1277. 
Williams v. MeCarty (74 Ala. 295), 573. 
Williams v. McConico (36 Ala. 22), 913, 

920. 
Williams ». McGrade (13 Minn. 46), 707. 
Williams ®. McKinney (34 Kan. 514), 9 

Pac. Rep. 265), 128. 
Williams ®. Mattocks (3 Vt. 189), 1055, 

1244. 
Williams ®. Maull (20 Ala. 721), 655, 657. 
Williams ®. Mead (20 Ala. 720), 654. 
Williams v. Nelson (23 Pick. 141), 984. 
Williams v. Nixon (2 Beav. 472), 853, 857, 

884, 885, 1122, 1124, 1128, 1230, 1234. 
Williams ®. Ormiston (38 Ohio St. 296), 

709. 
Williams ®. Otey (8 Humph. 563; 47 Am. 

Rep. 632), 1016, 1060, 1090, 1110, 1348, 

1400, 1653. 
Williams ®. Parry (4 Russ. 272), 897. 



Williams v. Powell (1 Ired. Eq. 460), 286. 
Williams «. Reed (3 Mason, 405) , 1248. 
Williams ®. Rice (60 Mich. 102), 570. 
Williams ®. Roberts (92 Ga. 29; 18 S. E. 

Rep. 515), 689. 
Williams ®. Roberts (5 Ohio, 35) , 569, 

577. 
Williams ». Simmons (79 Ga. 649), 570. 
Williams ®. Smith (91 N. T. 297), 81. 
Williams v. Smith (10 R. I. 280) , 959, 989, 

1025, 1057, 1152. 
Williams v. Spurr (24 Mich. 335), 489, 

493. 
Williams v. Stoers (6 Johns. Ch. 353), 

846. 
Williams ®. Stratton (10 3m. & M. 418), 

602. 
Williams ». Teachey (85 N. Oar. 402), 

1451. 
Williams®. 
Williams i 

442. 
Williams®. 
Williams ®. 
Williams v. ' 



. Thorn (70 N. T. 270), 1297. 
, Thorn (11 Paige, 459), 434, 

. Turner (7 Ga. 348), 632. 
. Taylor (4 Port. 234), 1237. 
, Van Tuyl (2 Ohio St. 336), 



Williams v. Vreeland (29 N. J. Eq. 417), 

497,500,508,510,513. 
Williams®. Wager (64 Vt. 326; 24 Atl. 

Rep. 765), 318. 
Williams®. Washington (40 S. Car. 457; 

19 S. E. Rep. 1), 1470. 
Williams®. Waters (14 Mees. & W. 166), 

652, 912, 922, 933. 
Williams®. Wilbur (67 Ind. 42), 706. 
Williams ®. Williams (32 Beav. 370), 335, 

339, 366. 
Williams ®. Williams (1 Duvall, 221), 

1017,1018. 
Williams®. Williams (16 Lea, 164), 1201. 
Williams®. Williams (9 Mod. 299), 1729. 
Williams®. Williams (8 N. X. 525), 83, 

752, 820. 
Williams ®. Williams (65 Wis. 300), 1215. 
Williams®. Williams (1 Sim. (N. S.) 

358), 52, 121, 123. 
Williams «. Winsor (12 R. I. 9), 1408. 
Williams ». Woodard (2 Wend. 492), 

1073. 
Williams ®. Worthington (49 Md. 572; 33 

Am. Rep. 286), 130. 
Williams ®. Young (17 Cal. 403), 574. 
Williams' Appeal (73 Pa. St. 249) , 517. 
Williams' Appeal (83 Pa. St. 377), 1308. 
Williams' Appeal (101 Pa. St. 474) , 1404. 
Williams' Settlement, In re (4 Kay & J. 

87), 868. 
Williamson ®. Allison (2 East, 446) , 477. 
Williamson v. Beckman (8 Leigh, 20), 

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Williamson©. Berry (8 How. 555), 825, 

830. 
Williamson ©. Branch Bank (7 Ala. 

906), 456, 1657,1659. 
Williamson v. Brown (15 N. T. 354) , 445, 

453. 
Williamson v. Cline (40 W. Va. 194; 20 S. 

E. Rep. 917), 661, 711. 
Williamson «. Curtis (3 Bro. Oh. 96), 

1350, 1654. 
Williamson ©. Dodge (5 Hun, 498), 699. 
Williamson ©. Farwell (L. R. 35 Ch. D. 

128), 640. 
Williamson ©. Morton (2 Md. Ch. 94), 

456,1657,1659. 
Williamson v. Nealey (81 Me. 447), 1409. 
Williamson ©. Nichol (47 Ark. 254), 904. 
Williamson ©. R. R. Co. (53 Iowa, 126), 

656. 
Williamson ©. Stone (128 111. 129), 1471. 
Williamson ». Suydam (6 Wall. 723), 

902. 
Williamson v. Wickersham (2 Coll. 52), 

902. 
Williamson ©. Williamson (6 Paige, 

298), 1438. 
Williamson v. Tager (91 Ky. 282; 16 S. 

W. Rep. 660), 60. 
Williman©. Holmes (4 Rich. Eq. 475), 

923, 925, 930, 941. 
Willlngham ©.Long (47 Ga. 540), 607. 
Wlllington i>. Adam (1 V. & B. 445) , 142. 
Willink ©. Vanderveer (IBarb. 599), 

373. 
Willis v. Cooper (1 Dutch. 137), 977. 
Willis ©. Kibble (1 Beav. 559), 1683. 
Willis v. Kymer (L. R. 7 Ch. D. 181), 167, 

614. 
Willis ©. Lucas (1 P. Wins. 472), 178. 
Willis ©. Satterfleld (20 S. W. Rep. 155), 

88. 
Willis ©. Sharp (113 N. T. 586; 21 ST. E. 

Rep. 705), 1031. 
Willis ©. Valletta (4 Mete. 186), 444, 479. 
Willis ©. Willis (2 Atk. 71), 256, 307, 359. 
Willis 1 Appeal (22 Pa. St. 380), 948, 1102, 

1202. 
Will Of Fox (52 N. T. 530; 11 Am. Rep. 

751), 1072. 
Will of O'Hara, In re (95 K. Y. 403), 508, 

516, 518. 
Wllmot©. Jenkins (IBeav. 401), 857. 
Wilson ©. Allen (1 J. & W. 611), 980, 983. 
Wilson ©. Bennett (5 De G. & 6m. 476), 

895, 1015. 
Wilson v. Bird (28 N. J. Eq. 352), 562. 
Wilson©. Boswell (2 Dick. 635), 842. 
Wilson ©. Brookshire (126 Ind. 497), 

222. 
Wilson ©. Buchanan (7 Gratt. 340), 103. 



Wilson ©. Campbell (20 S. W. Rep. 609), 

267. 
Wilson ©. Castro (31 Cal. 420), 309. 
Wil9on ©. Central Bridge Co. (9 R. I. 

690), 1183. 
Wilson ©. Cheshire (1 McCord,233),P12. 
Wilson ©. Clapham (1 J. & W. 38), 198. 
Wilson ©. Darlington (1 Cox, 172), 1525. 
Wilson v. Denison (Amb. 82), 1005, 

1130. 
Wilson ©. Dent (3 Sim. 385), 67. 
Wilson©. Duguid (L. R. 24 Ch. D. 244), 

629, 630, 632. 
Wilson ©. Edmonds (24 N. H. 517), 1427, 

1434. 
Wilson v. Eggleston (27 Mich. 260), 499. 
Wilson ©. Ely (6 N. J. Eq. 181), 1427. 
Wilson ©. Foreman (1 Dick. 593), 326. 
Wilson ©. Forsyth (24 Barb. 105), 1404. 
Wilson©. Goodman (4 Hare, 54), 1233. 
Wilson ©. Green (49 Iowa, 251), 1533. 
Wilson ©. Halliley (1 R. & M. 590) , 1068, 

1090. 
Wilson ©. Herbert (41 N. J. L. 45; 32 

Am. Rep. 243), 660, 709. 
Wilson ©. Hunter (14 Wis. 683), 1419. 
Wilson, In re (3 Pa. St. 430), 1419. 
Wilson ©. Ivat (2 Ves. 166), 260. 
Wilson©. John's Island Church (2 Rich. 

Eq. 192), 1569. 
Wilson ©. Jones (46 Md. 349), 707. 
Wilson ©. Leroy (1 Brock. 437), 565. 
Wilson ©. Lord (4 De G., F. & J. 264), 70. 
Wilson ©. Lyon (51 111. 166), 574, 582. 
Wilson ©. McCullough (19 Pa. St. 77), 12. 
Wilson©. McDowell (78111. 514), 263. 
Wilson ©. Maddison (2 T. & C. 372), 184. 
Wilson ©. Moore (1 Myl. & K. 126), 1231, 

1536, 1587. 
Wilson ©. Mushett (3 B. & Ad. 743), 725. 
Wilson ©. Peake (3 Jur. 155), 1219. 
Wilson ©. Pennock (27 Pa. St. 238), 896. 
Wilson ©. Piggot (2 Ves. Jr. 351), 622. 
Wilson©. Russ (17 Fla. 696), 918, 1576, 

1642. 
Wilson ©. South Park Commissioners 

(70 111. 46), 1092, 1108. 
Wilson ©. Tappan (6 Ohio, 172), 141, 142. 
Wilson ©. Towle (36 N. H. 129), 864, 865, 

866, 870, 996. 
Wilson ©. Troup (2 Cow. 196; 7 Johns. 

Ch. 25), 392, 1451, 1452, 1596. 
Wilson ©. Turner (L. R. 22 Ch. D. 521), 

614. 
Wilson ©. Wilson (3 Blnn. 559), 144, 1688. 
Wilson ©. Wilson (3 Gill & J. 20), 1689. 
Wilson ©. Wilson (2 Keen, 251), 906. 
Wilson©. Wilson (14 Sim. 405; 1 H. L. 

Cas. 538), 721, 722. 
Wilson ©. Wilson (15 Sim. 487), 103. 



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Wilson & Co. v. Smith (8 How. 763), 530. 
Wilson's Appeal (41 Pa. St. 94), 1058. 
Wilson's Appeal (115 Pa. St. 95), 1127, 

1204, 1234. 
Wilson's Estate, In re (2 Pa. St. 325), 34, 

853. 
Wilt v. Franklin (1 BInn. 502), 878. 
Wiltman's Appeal (28 Pa. St. 376), 287. 
Wilton v. Devine (20 Barb. 9), 339. 
Wilton v. Harwood (23 Me. 131), 603. 
Wilton v. Hill (25 L. J. Ch. 156), 1692. 
Wilts v. Homey (59 Md. 584), 232. 
Winansv. Winans (99 Mich. 74; 57 N. 

W. Bep. 1088), 325. 
Winch v. Brutton (14 Sim. 319), 52, 132. 
Winch v. Keeley (1 T. E. 619), 972, 1049. 
Wincaelsea v. Noroliffe (1 Vern. 434), 

594. 
Winchester v. Baltimore B. E. Co. (4 

Md. 231), 443, 444. 
Winchester v. Machen (75 Md. 538), 

1623. 
Winchester Electric Light Co. v. Veal 

(44 N". E. Eep. 353), 1172. 
Winders. Dif£enderier"(2 Bland, 156), 

987, 1220, 1686. 
Windham «. Litchfield (22 Conn. 226), 

1740. 
Winebrenner v. Colder (43 Pa. St. 244), 

789, 794. 
Wing v. Goodman (75 111. 159) , 574. 
Wing v. Hayford (124 Mass. 249), 1498. 
Wingertw. Gordan (66 Md. 106), 707. 
Wingerter v. Wingerter (71 Cal. 105), 

377. 
Wingfield v. Rhea (73 Ga. 477), 705. 
Winkfield v. Brinkman (21 Kan. 682), 

398, 532. 
Winn v. Albert (2 Md. Ch. 169), 67. 
Winn v. Crosby (52 How. Pr. 174), 1400. 
Winn v. Dillon (27 Miss. 494), 416, 1184. 
Winn v. Fenwick (11 Beav. 438), 627, 

631. 
Winn v. Lippincott Inv. Co. (125 Mo. 

528, 28 S. W. Eep. 998), 581. 
Winn v. Sanford (148 Mass. 39; 1 Lawy. 

Eep. 572), 721. 
Winona & St. P. R. E. Co. v. St. Paul & 

S. C. E. E. (26 Minn. 179), 388. 
Winpenny i>. French (18 Ohio St. 469), 

558. 
Winslow v. Cummings (3 Cush. 368), 21, 

22,596,755,762,763, 775. 
Winslow v. Gilbreath (50 Me. 90), 706. 
Winslow v. Missouri Pac. B. E. Co. (4 

Minn. 317), 1731. 
Winslow v. Tighe (2 Ball & B. 195), 

399. 
Wlnson v. Lombard (18 Pick. 57), 487. 
WlnBor®. McLellan (2 Story, 492), 1408. 



Winston v. Jones (6 Ala. 550), 1033, 1036, 

1037, 1072. 
Winters. Fain (47 Ark. 493), 574. 
Winters v. Rush (34 Cal. 136), 1053. 
Winthropv. Atty.-Gen. (128 Mass. 258), 

864, 866, 996, 1002, 1005, 1060, 1131. 
Wisconsin v. Marine Bank v. Filer (83 

Mich. 496), 576. 
Wise v. Fuller (29 N. J. Eq. 257), 474. 
Wise v. Wise (2 Jon. & La. 412), 88, 878, 

879. 
Wisner v. Barrett (4 Wash. 0. C. 631), 

461. 
Wiswallt). Stewart (32 Ala. 433), 390. 
Wiswell v. First Cong. Soc.(14 Ohio St. 

31), 1060. 
Wiswell v. Boss (4 Port. 321), 852,1318, 

1460. 
Witham v. Brooner (63 111. 344), 910, 912, 

938. 
Withers v. Hickman (6B. Mon. 294), 832. 
Withers v. Weaver (10 Pa. St. 391), 151. 
Withers v. Withers (Amb. 151), 307. 
Withers v. Teadon (1 Rich. Eq. 324), 

112, 167, 180, 614, 1000. 
Withington v. Withington (16 Sim. 

104), 865, 869. 
Withy v. Mangles (4 Beav. 358), 622, 

642, 643. 
Witman v. Norton (6 Binn. 395), 1355. 
Witsell v. Charleston (7 S. Car. 88), 667. 
Witt v. Carroll (37 S. Car. 388; 16 S. 

Car. 130), 710. 
Wlttman v. Lex (17 S. & E. 88), 744, 749, 

762,777. 
Witter. Wolfe (16 S. Car. 256), 308. 
Witts v. Dawkins (12 Ves. 601), 669. 
Witts v. Horney (59 Md. 584), 358. 
Witz v. Gray (116 N. Car. 48; 20 S. E. 

Eep. 1019), 660, 709. 
WItzell«. Chaplin (3 Bradf . 386), 82. 
Woerther v. Backhoff (12 Mo. App. 

586,) 1507. 
Woerz v. Eademacher (120 N. T. 62; 23 

N. E. Eep. 1113), 372, 373, 618. 
Wolf v. Duvall (13 S. W. Eep. 728), 688. 
Wolf v. Washburn (6 Cow. 261), 948, 

1144. 
Wolfe v. Bate (9 B. Mon. 208), 1752. 
Wolford v. Harrington (74 Pa. St. 311; 

15 Am. Eep. 548), 193, 218, 525. 
Wollaston v. Tribe (L. E. 9 Eq. 44), 163, 

271, 293. 
Wolleyn. Jenkins (23 Beav. 53), 1012. 
Wolterbeek v. Barrow (23 Beav. 423), 

103. 
Womaek v. Austin (1 S. Car. 421), 286, 

1215. 
Womble v. Battle (3 Ired. 182), 578. 
Wood v. Amory (105 N. Y. 281), 492. 



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Wood v. Arch (12 Sim. 472), 1537. 
Wood v. Auburn, etc. B. E. Co. (8 N. 

Y. 160) , 1048. 
Wood v. Augustine (61 Mo. 46), 1502, 

1629. 
Wood v. Boots (60 Mo. 646), 827. 
Wood v. Burnham (6 Paige, 518; 26 
Wend. 19), 91, 92, 93, 115, 959, 1057, 
1138, 1139, 1266. 
Wood v. Ohapin (13 N. T. 509), 445. 
Wood v. Ohetwood (44 N. J. Eq. 66), 

709. 
Wood v. Cone (7 Paige, 472), 262. 
Wood v. Cox (1 Keen, 317; 2 Myl. & Or. 
684), 49, 53,61, 128, 129, 213, 243, 248, 
249, 261. 
Wood v. Downes (18 Ves. 127), 289, 393, 

418,419,424. 
Wood v. Dimmer (3 Mason, 308), 597. 
Wood«. Ellis (85 Va. 471; 7 S. E. Eep. 

852), 582. 
Wood v. Garnett (6 Leigh, 271), 1255. 
Wood v. Goodridge (6 Cush. 117 ; 52 Am. 

Dec. 771), 1073, 1075. 
Wood v. Griffin (46 N. H. 230), 1434. 
Woods. Hammond (16 E. I. 98), 111. 
Wood v. Hardisty (2 Coll. 642), 881. 
Wood v. Irwin (163 Pa. St. 416) , 14. 
Wood v. Keyes (8 Paige, 365), 262. 
Wood i!. Kice (103 Mo. 329), 992. 
Wood v. McCann (6 Dana, 366) , 556. 
Wood v. Mann (1 Sumn. 507), 435,436, 

441, 442. 
Wood v. Mather (38 Barb. 475 ; 44 N. Y. 

249), 830, 913, 916, 919. 
Wood v. Matterson (10 Beav. 644), 988. 
Wood v. Myrick (17 Minn. 408), 1227. 
Wood v. Orford (52 Cal. 412), 704. 
Wood v. Paget (1 Bro. Ch. 363) , 977. 
Woods. Paine (66 Fed. Eep. 807), 736. 
Wood v. Perkins (57 Fed. Eep. 258), 

266. 
Wood v. Perry (1 Barb. 114), 398. 
Wood v. Polk (12 Heisk. 220), 666. 
Wood v. Eabe (96 N. Y. 426; 48 Am. Eep. 

640), 218, 431, 503. 
Woods. Eedley (27 Miss. 119), 1031. 
Wood s. Sparks (1 Dev. & Bat. 396), 885, 

893, 1039, 1089. 
Wood v. Stafford (50 Miss. 370), 1625, 

1634. 
Wood v. Stone (8 Price, 613), 904. 
Woods;. Sullens (44 Ala. 686), 57.4. 
Wood v. Thomas (L. E. (1891) 3 Ch. 482), 

1437. 
Wood v. Truax (39 Mich. 628), 830. 
Wood s. Tunnicliff (74 N. T. 738), 1049, 

1344. 
Wood v. Veal (5 B. & Aid. 456), 984. 
Woods. Wallace (24Ind. 226), 1641. 



Wood s. Weightman (L. B. 13 Eq. 434), 

1257. 
Wood s. Wheeler (106 N. Car. 513), 709. 
Wood s. White (4 Myl. & Cr. 460), 1011, 

1012, 1068, 1071. 
Wood s. Wood (3 Ala. 756), 826, 1534. 
Wood s. Wood (18 Hun, 360), 659. 
Wood v. Wood (83 N. T. 675), 655. 
Wood u.Wood (5 Paige, 696; 28 Am. 
Dec. 461), 825, 913, 917, 919, 1218, 1522. 
Wood's Appeal (86 Pa. St. 346), 1688. 
Woodalls. Kelly (85 Ala. 368; 7 Am. St. 

Eep. 57), 570, 573. 
Woodbridge v. Perkins (3 Day, 364), 

1117. 
Woodbridge v. Watkins (3 Bibb, 350), 

1040. 
Woodburn's Will, i»re(lDeG. & J. 

333), 1118, 1266. 
Woodbury s. Bowman (14 Me. 161), 88. 
Woodcock s. Eenneck (4 Beav. 190; 1 

Phi 11. 72), 624, 627. 
Wooden v. Kerr (91 Mich. 188), 882. 
Woodnn v. Phoebus (30 Fed. Eep. 289), 

1720. 
Woodford v. Charnley (28 Beav. 99), 

156. 
Woodhouse v. Meredith (1 J. & W. 204), 

413. 
Woodhull v. Eosenthal (61 N. T. 382), 

607. 
Woodlee v. Burch (43 Mo. 231), 396. 
Woodman v. Good (6 S. W. & P. 169), 

1176, 1437. 
Woodman v. Morrel (Freem Ch. 33), 

307. 
Woodman v. Neal (48 Me. 266), 688. 
Woodman v. Wampler (69 Ind. 88), 

706. 
Woodmeston v. Walker (2 E. & M. 147), 

649, 651,671, 686. 
Woodruffs. Cook (2Edw. Oh. 259), 400. 
Woodruffs. Howe (88 Cal. 1B4), 411. 
Woodruff v. Jabine (15 S. W. Eep. 

830) , 497. 
Woodruff v. Marsh (63 Conn. 125; 26 

Atl. Eep. 846), 734,820. 
Woodruff v. N. T., etc. E. Oo. (129N. 

T. 482), 1058. 
Woodruff©. Pleasants (81 Va. 37), 1523. 
Woodruff v. Eobb (19 Ohio, 212), 1440, 

1443. 
Woodruff v. Snedecor (68 Ala. 442), 

1113, 1133,1673,1690. 
Woodruff v. Ward (35 N. J. Eq. 467), 

1213. 
Woodrum ». Kirkpatrick (2 Swan, 218), 

654. 
Woods v. Bailey (3 Fla. 41), 574. 
Woodsy. Dille (11 Ohio, 455), 67. 



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Woods, In re (24 Pitts. Leg. Obs. 222), 

870. 
Woods v. Woods (1 Myl. & Cr. 401) , 183. 
Woodside v. Hewell (107 Cal. 141; 42 

Pac. Rep. 152), 317, 319. 
Woodson v. Perkins (5 Gratt. 345), 711. 
Woodward ». Halsey (1 Sugd. Pow. 

255), 1009. 
Woodward v. Jaggers (48 Ark. 248), 

1533. 
Woodward v. James (115 N. Y. 356) , 616, 

1746. 
Woodward v. Marshall (22 Pick. 468), 

1364, 1368. 
Woodward v. Schatzell (3 Johns. Ch. 

412), 37. 
Woodwards. Seaver (38N. H. 29), 708. 
Woodward ». Sibert (82 Va. 441), 271. 
Woodward v. Woodward (41 N. J. Eq. 

225), 562. 
Woodward v. Wright (82 Cal. 202; 22 

Pac. Eep. 1115) , 1025, 1064, 1152, 1157. 
Woodworth v. Spring (4 Allen, 321), 847. 
Wooldridge v. Irving (23 Fed. Rep. 

676), 1385, 1404. 
Wooldridge v. Jacobs (79 Ky. 250), 

1398. 
Wooldridge v. Planters' Bank (1 Sneed, 

, 297), 908. 
Woolf v. Pate (9 B. Mon. 210) , 961 . 
Woolforke v. Sullivan (23 Ala. 548), 

1344. 
Woolmer's Estate (3 Whart. 477), 256. 
Woolsey v. Brown (11 Hun, 54), 699. 
Woolsey ». Scarborough (3 Atk. 392), 

443. 
Woolston's Appeal (51 Pa. St. 456), 103. 
Woolewine v. Woodrum (19 W. Va. 67) , 

1501, 1650. 
Woonsocketlnst. v. American Worsted 

Co. tl3R. 1.255), 1451. 
Wooten v. Bellinger (17 Fla. 300), 674, 

687. 
Wooten v. Burch (2 Md. Ch. 199), 1438. 
Wooters v. Hollingsworth (58 Tex. 

374), 578. 
Worcester Corn Exchange Co., In re 

(3 De G., M. & G. 180), 1032. 
Worley v. Worley (18 Beav. 58), 853, 857. 
Worlingv. Allie (13 S. Y. Supl. 791), 

1222. 
Worman v. Worman (L. R. 43 Ch. D. 26), 

1144. 
Wormleyw. Wormley (8 Wheat. 422), 

390, 414, 441, 442, 460, 595, 987, 988, 1181, 

1361, 1647. 
Wormouth v. Johnson (58 Cal. 621), 309. 
Worralw. Marlar (1 P. Wms. 459), 976. 
Worrall v. Jacob (3 Meriv. 266), 720, 722. 
Worrall v. Munn (5 N. Y. 229), 163. 



Worrall v. Harford (8 Ves. 8), 1671, 1701. 
Worrell's Appeal (23 Pa. St. 44), 1210, 

1212, 1213. 
Worth v. Mc Aden (1 Dev. & Bat. 209), 

855, 858, 859, 861, 884, 885, 1127, 1234. 
Worthen v. Griffith (59 Ark. 562), 1371. 
Worthington v. Curtis (L. R. 1 Ch. D. 

419), 663. 
Worthington v. Evans (IS. &S. 165), 

1014, 1045, 1046. 
Worthington v. Rich (77 Md. 265; 26 AM. 

Rep. 403), 954. 
Worthy v. Johnson (8Ga. 236; 52 Am. 

Dec. 399), 1107. 
Worthy v. Johnson (10 Ga. 358; 54 Am. 

Dec. 393), 1054. 
Wragg v. Comptroller-General (2 De- 

saus. Eq. 520), 578. 
Wrangham, Ex parte (2 Ves. Jr. 609), 

785. 
Wray v. Steele (2 V. & B. 388), 307, 313, 

315. 
Wren v. Kirton (11 Ves. 377), 1173. 
Wrenn v. Bradley (2 De G. & Sm. 39), 

1044. 
Wrenn v. Followell (52 Ark. 76), 1534. 
Wright v. Arnold (14 B. Mon. 643; 61 

Am. Dec. 172), 286, 381, 1592. 
Wright v. Atkyns (17 Ves. 255), 123, 

128. 
Wright v. Atkyns (19 Ves. 300), 634. 
Wright v. Brown (67 N. Y. 1), 493. 
Wright v. Brown (44 Pa. St. 224), 665,710, 

921. 
Wright v. Cain (93 N. Car. 301), 47. 
Wrights. Campbell (27 Ark. 637), 1184. 
Wright v. Campbell (82 Tex. 388), 677. 
Wright v. Chard (4 Drew. 673), 692. 
Wright a. Comley (14 111. App. 561), 

829. 
Wright v. Dame (22 Pick. 55), 432, 434,538, 

595, 1718. 
Wright v. Delafleld (23 Barb. 498), 942. 
Wright v. Douglas (3 Barb. 69), 949, 

1265. 
Wright v. Douglas (3 Seld. 569), 48. 
Wright v. Dresser (110 Mass. 51), 707. 
Wright v. Duffield (2Baxt. 218), 586. 
Wright, Ex parte (19 Ves. 255), 600. 
Wright i>. Fisher (65 Mich. 279; 8 Am. 

St. Rep. 886), 1542. 
Wright v. Freeman (5 Harr. & J. 477), 

984. 
Wrights. Henderson (7 How. (Miss.) 

639), 1357. 
Wright v. Henderson (12 Tex. 43), 1440. 
Wright v. Jones (105 Ind. 211 , 10" 
Wright v. King (Harr. Ch.l2),358. 
Wright v. Linn (9 Pa. St. 433), 749. 
Wright v. Linn (16 Tex. 34), 1388. 



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Wright v. Miller (8 N. Y. 10; 59 Am. 

Dec. 438), 152, 183, 228, 229, 1424. 
Wright ©. Morley (11 Ves. 12), 680. 
Wright v. Pearson (1 Eden, 119), 94. 
Wright v. Pearson (1 Edw. Oh. 125), 913, 

919. 
Wright ©. Proud (13 Ves. 137), 282, 289, 

292, 419, 426, 427. 
Wright ©. Rindskofl (43 Wis. 344), 556. 
Wright v. Eoss (36 Cal. 432), 1170. 
Wright ©. Sampter (127 111. 167), 66. 
Wright ©. Shumway (1 Biss. 23), 603. 
Wright©. Snowe (2 De G. &Sm.321), 

27,381,1223, 1592. 
Wright v. Smith (23 N. J. Eq. 106), 392, 

1182. 
Wright v. Trustees M. E. Church (1 

Hon*. Ch. 202), 28, 744. 
Wright ©. Verplank (8 De G.,M. &G. 

133; 2 K. & J. 1), 218, 259, 286. 
Wright©. Wakeford (17 Ves. 459), 1009, 

1079, 1082. 
Wright ©. Wilken (2 Best & Sm. 232), 

181. 
Wright©. Wright (2 Johns. & H. 647), 

671. 
Wright©. Wright (2 MeCord Ch. 185), 

1255. 
Wright's Appeal (12 Pa. St. 256), 1352. 
Wrigley ©. Swainson (3 De G. & Sm. 

458), 549. 
Wrigley ©. Sykes (21 Beav. 237), 1036. 
Wroe v. Seed (4 Gifl. 425), 1190, 1564. 
Wurt ©. Page (4 C. E. Green, 365), 304. 
Wyatt ©. Sharratt (3 Beav. 498), 1571. 
Wyatt ©. Wallis (1 Coop. 154), 1253. 
Wych ©. East India Co. (3 P. Wms. 309), 

1536, 1538. 
Wych ©. Packington (3 Bro. Ch. 44), 

238, 243. 
Wycoff ©. Wycoff (44 N. J. Eq. 56), 1171. 
Wykham ©. Wykham (18 Ves. 396), 920, 

927, 942. 
Wykoff ©. Wykoff (3 W. & S. 481), 1025. 
Wyle ©. Burke (40 Mich. 499), 616. 
Wyllie v. Ellice (6 Hare, 505), 603, 604, 

877. 
Wylly ©. Collins (9 Ga. 223), 664. 
Wylson ©. Moore (1 Myl. & K. 337), 

1656. 
Wyman ©. Hooper (2 Gray, 141), 431. 
Wyman©. Woodbury (86 Hun, 277; 33 

N. Y. Supl. 217), 135. 
Wyman's Appeal (13 N. H. 18), 1342, 

1344. 
Wynch©. Grant (2 Drew. 312; 18 Jur. 

1010), 881, 1225. 
Wyncoop ©. Wyncoop (12 Ind. 206), 403. 
Wynn ©. Sharer (23 Ind. 573), 333. 
Wynne ©. Hawkins (1 Bro. Ch, 179), 125. 



Wynne©. Humbertson (27 Beav. 421), 

1664, 1565, 1567. 
Wynn v. Lee (5 Ga. 217), 956,-957. 
Wynne ©. Warren (2 Heisk. 118), 1102, 

1136, 1204, 1215. 
Wyse ©. Dandrldge (35 Miss. 672; 72 Am. 

Dec. 149), 1627. 
Wyse ©. Smith (4 Gill & J. 295) , 1322. 
Wythes ©. Lee (3 Drew. 396), 685. 



Yale v. Dederer (18 N. Y. 265; 72 Am. 

Dec. 503; 22 N. Y. 450; 78 Am. Dec. 

216; 68 N. Y. 329), 664, 699, 702, 703, 

709. 
Yarborough ©. Leggett (14 Tex. 677), 

1049. 
Yarbrough ©. West (10 Ga. 471), 151. 
Yard ©. Pittsburgh, etc. B. Co. (131 Pa. 

St. 206), 1745. 
Yardley ©. Eaub (5 Whart. 123), 715. 
Yard's Appeal (64 Pa. St. 95), 1524. 
Yarnall's Appeal (70 Pa. St. 340), 116, 

925, 934. 
Yaryan v. Shriner (26 Ind. 364), 575. 
Yates ©. Compton (2 P. Wms. 308), 928, 

1066. 
Yates ©. Dodge (123 111. 50), 1408, 1410. 
Yates ©. Lyon (61 ST. Y. 344), 1418. 
Yates v. Yates (9 Barb. 324), 618, 812. 
Yazell ©. Palmer (81 HI. 82), 705. 
Yeakle v. Litchfield (13 Allen, 417; 90 

Am. Dec. 207), 1721. 
Yeakle ©. Nace (2 Whart. 123), 984. 
Yeap Cheah Neo ©. Ong Cheng Neo (L. 

E. 6 P. C. 381), 253. 
Yeates ©. Compton (2 P. Wms. 358), 258. 
Yeates ©. Groves (1 Ves. Jr. 280), 34. 
Yeates ©. Prior (6 Eng. 68), 483. 
Yeatman ©. Savings Inst. (95 U. S. 764), 

1409. 
Yeldell ©. Quarles (Dud. Eq. 56), 678. 
Yeomans©. Bell (79 Hun, 215; 29 N. T. 

Supl. 502), 681. 
Yerger v. Jones (16 How. 37), 455, 1625, 

1655. 
Yerkes ©. Richards (170 Pa. St. 346; 32 

Atl. Rep. 1089; 37 W. N. C. 69), 991. 
Yetter ©. Fitts (113 Ind. 34), 574. 
Yingling©. Miller (77 Md. 104; 26 Atl. 

Rep. 491), 753, 816. 
Yonge ©. Eurse (3 Jur. (N. S.) 603), 1044. 
York Building Co. ©. Mackenzie (8 Bro. 

P. C. 42), 384, 606. 
York County Bank, Appeal of (32 Pa. 

St. 446), 600. 
York ©. Eaton (2 Freem. 23), 215, 216. 
York & North Midland By. Co. ©. Hud- 

son ( 16 Beav. 485), 406. 



TABLE OF CASES. 



CCXXXlli 



[The references are to pages: Vol. I, pp. 1-847; Vol. II, pp. 848-1753.] 
rt ii. Rmiblna (24 111. 3261. 1453. Younahusband v. Glsborne (1 Co: 



Youartw. Hopkins (24111. 326), 1453 
Youde v. Cloud (L. K. 18 Eq 634), 1114, 

1138. 
Young v. Boardtuan (97 Mo. 181), 327. 
Young v. Bradley (101 U. S. 782), 922, 

1267. 
Young v. Combe (4 Ves. 101) , 387, 1255. 
Young, Ex parte (8 Gill, 287), 1689. 
Young v. Fox (37 Fed. Bep. 385), 1164. 
Young ji. Grafi (28111. 20), 10. 
Young v. Harris (36 Ark. 162), 574. 
Young v. Hughes (32 N". J. Eq. 372). 492, 

494, 1040. 
Youngv. Jones (9 Humph. 551), 715. 
Young d. Maeklay (3Md. Ch. 56), 1537. 
Young v. Miles (10 B. Mon. 290), 955, 

1114, 1426. 
Young v. Morrison (109 N. Car. 520), 1447. 
Young v. Patterson (165 Pa. St. 423; 30 

Atl. Rep. 1011; 36 W. N. C. 100), 1225. 
Young ». Peachy (2 Atk. 254), 160, 218, 

282. 
Young v. Roberts (15 Beav. 658) , 1451. 
Young v. Smith (9 Bush, 421), 706,1700. 
Young v. Van Benthuysen (30 Tex. 762), 

1082, 1092. 
Young v. Waterpark (13 Sim. 199), 823, 

1536. 
Young v. Wilton (10 Ir. Eq. 10), 1319. 
Young v. Young (4 Cranch C. C. 499), 

904. 
Young v. Young (87 Me. 44; 32 Atl. Rep. 

782), 1285. 
Young «. Young (97 N. Car. 132; 2 S. E. 

Rep. 78), 1734. 
Young v. Young (3 Jones Eq. 216), 655. 
Young v. Young (7 Coldw. 461), 665, 

710. 
YoungD. Young (80 N. Y. 422), 70, 151. 
Young's Estate, In re (137 Pa. St. 433; 21 

Atl. Rep. 93), 365. 
Younger v. Welham (3 Swanst. 180), 

1130. 



Younghusband v. Glsborne (1 Coll. Ch. 

400), 1291, 1638. 
Youngman v. Elmira Railroad Co. (65 

Pa. St. 278), 1516. 
Yount v. Morrison (109 N. Car. 520) 

1449. 
Youst v. Martin (3 S. & R. 423), 443. 

Z. 

Zabriskle v. Morris R. Co. (33 N. J. Eq. 

22), 919, 920. 
Zacharias v. Zacharias (23 Pa. St. 452), 

1535, 1537. 
Zambaco v. Cassavetti (L. R. 11 Eq. 

439), 993, 1343. 
Zane v. Kennedy (73 Pa. St. 182), 1074, 

1075. 
Zane's Estate (4Whart. 179), 855. 
Zane's Will (Brightly, 350), 777. 
Zeback v. Smith (3 Binn. 69), 1013, 1016, 

1039, 1066. 
Zeisweiss v. James (63 Pa. St. 465), 252, 

732, 749, 756, 809. 
Zeller v. Eckert (4 How. 289), 1537. 
Zimmer v. Settle (124 N. Y. 37; 21 Am. 

St. Rep. 638), 724, 726. 
Zimmerman v. Anders (6 W. &S. 218), 

749. 
Zimmerman v. Frailey (70 Mi 561), 

1201, 1269. 
Zimmerman v. Kinkle (108 N. Y. 282), 

1105. 
Zimmerman v. Willard (114 111. 364), 

1389. 
Zinek v. Walker (2 W. Bl. 1154), 973. 
Zoueh v. Parsons (3 Burr. 1794), 11, 

1024. 
Zuck v. Culp (59 Oal. 142) , 234. 
Znlieta's Claim (L. R. 9 Eq. 270), 1033. 
Zwinglew. Wilkinson (94 Tenn. 246; 28 

S. W. Rep. 1096), 577. 



THE LAW 



or 



TRUSTS AND TRUSTEES. 



INTRODUCTION. 



The Rise and Progress of Trusts. — An adequate his- 
tory of the origin and development of trusts would be 
altogether too voluminous to appear in an ordinary treatise 
on that subject. We can only present some of the more 
salient points. The uses of the earlier English law, which 
were essentially, though not in all respects, identical with 
the trusts of a later period, were derived from the fidei com- 
missum of the Romans. This term, which means "a thing 
committed to one's faithfulness," was used by the Romans 
to designate a trust, because under the earlier Roman law 
the discharge of duty by the hceres fiduciarius, or trustee, 
depended wholly upon his faith or honor. The cestui que 
trust, or beneficiary, was called, the fidei-commissarius. In 
the time of Justinian some progress had been made in the 
direction of holding the hceres fiduciarius to a proper ac- 
countability. Justinian says: "The Emperor Augustus was 
the first who brought them," i. e., fiduciary bequests, 
"under judicial cognizance. But we have since endeavored 
to exceed that prince, and at the instance of that most ex- 



1 INTRODUCTION. 

cellent man, Tribonian, the qusestor of our palace, we 
have enacted, etc." 1 

In their adoption, at an early period, by the English 
courts, "the origin of trusts, or rather the adaptation of 
them to the English law," says the late Mr. Lewin, "may 
be traced, in part at least, to the ingenuity of fraud. By 
the interposition of a trustee the debtor thought to with- 
draw his property out of the reach of his creditor, the free- 
holder to intercept the fruits of tenure from the lord of 
whom the lands were held, and the body ecclesiastic to 
evade the restrictions directed against the growing wealth 
of the church by the statutes of mortmain. Another in- 
ducement to the adoption of the new device was the natural 
anxiety of mankind to acquire that free power of alienation 
and settlement of their estates, which, by the narrow policy 
of the common law, they had hitherto been prevented from 
exercising." 2 

Originally, in England, as under the Roman law, the 
only security for the faithful execution of a trust was 
the integrity and honor of the trustee. But in the reign 
of Richard II., John "Waltham, Bishop of Salisbury and 
Lord Keeper, originated the writ of subpoena, under which 
the trustee was liable to be summoned into chancery and 
compellable to answer upon his oath any charge or com- 
plaint of his cestui que trust. 3 

1 Inst, of Justinian, Lib. II, tit. in which uses were at first de- 

23, §§ 1, 2, 12; 2 Pomeroy's Equity clared, and of the difficulty of 

Jurisprudence, § 976; 2 Story's obtaining evidence of the object of 

Equity Jurisprudence, § 965; the parties and the extent of the 

Tiedeman on Heal Property, § 438; beneficial interest, by the ordinary 

2 Washburn on Real Property, 384- proceedings of a court of law, it has 
386 ; Spence's Equitable Jurisdic- been said that John Waltham, who 
.tion, 439-442. was Bishop of Salisbury, and Chan- 

2 1 Lewin on Trusts, p. 1 : "The cellor to King Kichard the Second, 

•parents of uses and trusts were by a strained interpretation of the 

fraud and fear, and a court of con- statute of West. 2, devised the writ 

science was the nurse." Atty.-Gen. of subpoena, returnable in the court 

v. Sands, Hard. 491. of chancery only." 1 Sanders on 

3 1 Lewin on Trusts, p. 1: "In Uses and Trust?, *15; 3 Black- 
consequence of the secret manner stone's Commentaries, 52. 



INTRODUCTION. 3 

After a somewhat extended trial of the statute of Richard 
II. , it appeared that the evils to which this law had given 
rise were more numerous and more aggravated than those 
which it had remedied. In consequence the legislature again 
took up the subject and put an end to uses, so far as related 
to their fiduciary character, by enacting that "when any 
person stood seized of any hereditaments to the use, con- 
fidence or trust of any other person, or of any body-politic, 
such person or body-politic as had any such use, confidence 
or trust, should be deemed in lawful seizin of the heredita- 
ments in such like estates as they had in use, trust or confi- 
dence." 1 

During the reigns of Charles I. and Charles II., under 
the chancellorship of Lord Nottingham, a farther advance 
was made by the English courts, and trusts were estab- 
lished on "the broad foundation of conformity to the course 
of common law." "In my opinion," said Lord Mansfield, 
"trusts were not on a true foundation till Lord Nottingham 
held the great seal ; but by steadily pursuing, from plain 
principles, trusts in all their consequences, and by some 
assistance from the legislature, a noble, rational and uni- 
form system of law has since been raised, so that trusts are 
now made to answer the exigencies of families and all pur- 
poses, without producing one inconvenience, fraud or pri- 
vate mischief which the statute of Henry VIII. meant to 
avoid. The forum where they are adjudged is the only dif- 
ference between trusts and legal estates." 2 

Since the reorganization of the English courts in 1875 
"equitable estates and rights are to be noticed and acted 
upon in all the courts ; and where there is any conflict be- 
tween the rules of equity and the rules of common law, the 
rules of equity are to prevail." 3 

The system of trusts which, even in England, encountered 
strong opposition and had a very slow development, was 



1 27 Hen. VIII., ch. 10. 3 1 Lewin on Trusts, oh. 1, § 6. 

2 1 Lewin on Trusts, *9 ; Burgess See also 1 Perry on Trusts, §§ 5, 
v. Wheate, 1 Eden, 223. 6, 7, 8, 298, 299, 300. 



4 INTRODUCTION. 

much later in obtaining recognition in this country, but 
it has come into a wide use, and its value and importance are 
universally recognized. The statute of uses is still in force 
in many of the States of the American Union, and modern 
legislation recognizes trusts and makes provision for their 
organization, government and duration, and in some of the 
States provides also for their administration. But in this 
country, as in England, trusts are still subject to the exclu- 
sive jurisdiction of courts of equity, or to the powers of 
equity of the common law courts. 



CHAPTEE I. 

DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF TRUSTS. 

§ 1. What is a Trust? | § 2. Different Kinds of Trusts. 

§ 1. "What is a Trust. — Numerous definitions of the 
trust have been given, all of which, in a greater or less de- 
gree, are open to criticism. The best only approximate the 
full and true idea. Sir Edward Coke's definition of a use, 
adopted by the late Mr. Lewin, has been followed by some 
American writers: "A confidence reposed in some other, 
not issuing out of the land, but as a thing collateral an- 
nexed in privity to the estate of the land, and to the person 
touching the land, for which cestui que trust has no remedy 
but by subpoena in chancery." 1 The trust has been defined 
also as "a right of property, real or personal, held by one 
party for the benefit of another." 2 Mr. Justice Story de- 
fines a trust as "an equitable right, title or interest in prop- 
erty, real or personal, distinct from the legal ownership 
thereof." 3 An English writer defines a trust as "an equi- 
table obligation, either expressly undertaken or constructively 
imposed by the court, under which the obligor, who is called 
a trustee, is bound to deal with certain property over which 
he has control, and which is called the trust property, for 
the benefit of certain persons, who are called the benefici- 
aries or cestuis que trust, of whom he may or may not him- 
self be one."* The definition of Lord Coke is in a degree 



o x 



1 Coke Litt. 272b ; 27 Am. & 3 Story's Equity Jurisprudence, § 
Eng. Enc. of Law, ch. 1 ; 1 Lewin 964. 

on Trusts, *13; 1 Perry on Trusts, 4 Underhill on Trusts and Trus- 

§ 13. tees, art. 1. "In its most general 

2 Bouvier's Law Dictionary, tit. sense, a trust is confidence reposed 
Trust. in a person that he will act in cer- 



6 DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF TRUSTS. [§ 2. 

misleading, as it is applicable to trusts in real estate only, 
certainly not, as has been noted, to trusts of choses in ac- 
tion, "the equities attaching to which are, generally speak- 
ing, not merely collateral." Besides, this definition is in a 
degree out of date, even in England. The court of chan- 
cery is no longer in being, and the chancery division of the 
high court, though it is the proper court in which to seek 
the enforcement of a trust, has not exclusive jurisdiction. 
It has been remarked also that these definitions, each and 
all of them, are definitions of the beneficial interests or 
property of persons in whose favor a trust is created, rather 
than of a trust in itself. 1 

§ 2. Different Kinds of Trusts. — In general, trusts are 
either simple or special. In a simple trust, property is con- 
veyed to a trustee without specific directions in regard to 
his duties. The law determines the obligations of the 
trustee and protects the rights of the cestui que trust. If 
the trust consists of real estate, the trustee may be required 
to execute such conveyances as the beneficiary may desire. 2 
In a special trust, by the terms of its creation some special 
or particular duties are required of the trustee. He is not 
simply a holder of property, but undertakes to discharge 
certain active duties. 3 Special trusts are again divided into 
ministerial and discretionary . The former are such as re- 
tain matters for the benefit of or beneficial right or title to land 
another; but, technically, it signi- or other property, held for another 
fies a holding of property, subject person in whom resides the legal 
to a duty of employing it or apply- title or ownership, recognized and 
ing its proceeds according to direc- enforced by chancery courts." 
tions given by the person from Black's Law Dictionary, tit. Trust. 
whom it was derived." Abbott's See also Willis on Trustees, ch. 1, 
Law Dictionary, tit. Trust. "A p. 2; 4 Kent's Commentaries, 304. 
trust in its simplest elements is a 1 Underhill on Trusts and Trus- 
confidence resposed in one person, tees, art. 1. 

who is termed the trustee for the 2 Flint on Trusts and Trustees, § 
benefit of another who is called the 3 ; 1 Lewin on Trusts, *18 ; 1 Perry 
cestui que trust; and it is a confidence on Trusts, § 18 ; Underhill on 
respecting property, which is thus Trusts, 7. 

held by the former for the benefit s 1 Perry on Trusts, § 18; 1 Lewin 
of the latter." Burrill's Law Die- on Trusts, *18. 
tionary, tit. Trust. "An equitable 



§ 2.] DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF TRUSTS. 7 

quire only the ordinary measure of intelligence and under- 
standing which every agent is supposed to possess, and the 
latter imply the exercise of a certain measure of judgment 
and prudence. 1 There is also what is termed a mixture of 
trust and power . By this is meant "a trust of which the 
outline only is sketched by the settlor, while the details are 
to be filled up by the good sense of the trustee. The exer- 
cise of such a power is imperative, while the mode of its exe- 
cution is a matter of judgment and discretionary." Trusts 
are either public or private. A private trust is one that is 
created for the benefit of individuals or of families. Public 
trusts are such as exist for the benefit of the public. In 
this class are included all public charities, or other objects 
relating to the public good. Private trusts are limited in 
their duration, while public trusts may continue for an in- 
definite period. 2 With reference to the conditions of their 
formation, trusts are divided into express trusts and implied 
trusts, implied trusts including resulting trusts and con- 
structive trusts. Express trusts, which are sometimes 
called direct trusts, are created by instruments or by parol, 
in which the terms employed expressly designate the per- 
sons, the property and the object of the trust. 3 Implied 
trusts are trusts authorized by an instrument which, without 
expressing it in terms, implies the purpose of the maker to 
create a trust. This implication is determined by the court. 4 
Resulting trusts are such as the courts presume to follow from 
certain business transactions, independently of any declara- 
tion of a trust. Constructive trusts are trusts that are 
created by construction of equity, without reference to any 
intention of the parties, either expressed or implied. With 
reference to the act of the settlor express trusts are said to 



1 1 Lewin on Trusts, *18. v. Foote, 40 Miss. 792; Sheldon v. 

2 1 Lewin on Trusts, *20 ; Christ's Harding, 44 111.68; Fainham v. 

Hospital v. Grainger, 1 Mao. & Clements, 51 Me. 426; Kingsbury 

G-ord. 460; Stewart v. Green, 5 Ir. v. Burnside, 58 111. 328; s. c, 11 

R.Eq.470; 1 Perry on Trusts, §§ 22, Am. Rep. 67. 
23. 4 1 Perry on Trusts, § 25 ; 1 Lewin 

3 1 Perry on Trusts, § 24; Flint on Trusts, *130. 
on Trusts and Trustees, § 5 ; Gibson 



8 DEFINITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF TRUSTS. [§ 2. 

be either executed or executory. An executed trust is "a 
trust in which the estates and interest in the subject-matter 
of the trust are completely limited and defined by the in- 
strument creating the trust." 1 An executory trust is "a 
trust in which the limitations of the estate are not perfected 
and declared by the settlor, but only an agreement made for 
the subsequent creation of a trust, or certain instructions, 
or heads of settlement indicated, from which the trustee is, 
subsequently, to model, perfect and declare the trust." 2 

1 Bispham's Principles of Equity, 366 ; Lord Glenorchy v. Bosville, 
31. 1 White & Tudor's Lead. Cas. Eq., 

2 Underbill on Trusts and Trus- 1 ; Stanley v. Lennard, 1 Eden, 
tees, 137; Austin v. Taylor, 1 Eden, 95. 



CHAPTER II. 

THE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS — THE SETTLOR — THE 
TRUSTEE— THE PROPERTY— THE BENEFICIARY. 



WHO MAY BE A SETTLOR? 



§ 3. The State and its Officer as 
Settlors. 

4. Trusts by Corporations. 

5. Rights of Married Women. 

6. Trusts Created by Infants. 

7. Trusts by Lunatics. 



§ 8. Aliens and Non-residents 
as Settlors. 
9. Rights of Bankrupts and 

Insolvents. 
10. Creation of Trusts in Gen- 
eral. 



§ 3. The State and its Officers as Settlors. — In Eng- 
land the sovereign may create a trust conveying his private 
property. In the United States the sovereignty which 
originally belonged to the British crown is vested in the 
people as an organization. Acting in their organized ca- 
pacity, 1 or as the State, they may, by legislation, or through 
State officers, duty authorized, create a trust. They may 
appoint trustees and convey property. Such trustees are 
amenable to the courts of equity. 2 The State has no power 
to remove the trustees of a private corporation, or to ap- 
point their successors. 3 

§ 4. Trusts by Corporations. — Corporations may alien- 
ate their property, appoint trustees and determine in what 
manner the vjroperty shall be used. In the exercise of this 

■Commissioners v. Walker, 6 5; Buchanan v. Hamilton, 5 Yes. 
How. (Miss.) 143; s.c.,38Am.Dec. 722. 
433. 3 g t ate v. Bryce, 7 Ohio, 414; 

2 Cotterel v. Hampson, 2 Vera. Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 4 

Wheat. 51S. 



10 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ 5. 

right they are, of course, subject to the terms and condi- 
tions of their charters, and to the laws by which their oper- 
ations are regulated. 1 

§ 5. Rights of Married "Women. — Under the earlier 
English law a feme covert was able to create a trust of real 
estate only by the consent of her husband, unless the prop- 
erty had been settled to her separate use. 2 But under the 
Married Woman's Property Act of 1882, a woman who 
was married after December 31, 1882, and also a woman 
married previous to that date, with regard to property ac- 
quired after 1882, can create a trust of real estate with- 
out the concurrence of her husband, and without the 
formalities of the Fines and Recoveries Act. 3 In the 
United States the common law gave the husband almost 
absolute control of the property of the wife. But by recent 
legislation in many of the States, the disabilities of married 
women have, to a great extent, been removed, and they 
have been enabled to make contracts and wills in relation to 
property held by them in their own right. 4 As a rule, a 
married woman, by joining her husband in a deed duly exe- 
cuted, can convey her property to trustees or make a mort- 
gage with power of sale. 5 In many of the States a feme 
covert can dispose of her separate personal estate only in 

1 Rollins v. Shaver Wag. & Car. Stark Co., 5 Ohio, 204; Angell on 

Co., 80 Iowa, 380; S. C, 45 N. Corp., §191; Union Bank v. EUi- 

W. Rep. 1037; Sells v. Rosedale cott, 6 Gill & J. 363; Arthur v. 

Grocery & Commission Co. (Miss. Com. Bank, 9 Smedes & M. 394; 

1895), 17 South. Rep. 236; Col- s. c, 48 Am. Dee. 719; Purdy v. 

Chester v. Lowten, I Ves. &B. 226; Lynch, 145 N. T. 462; Premier 

Atty.-Gen. v. Wilson, 1 Craig & P. Steel Co. v. Tandes, 139 Ind. 307; 

1; Atty.-Gen. v. Aspinwall, 2 s. c, 38 N. E. Rep. 849. 

Hylne & C. 613; Evan v. Corp. of 2 1 Lewin on Trusts, ch. 3, § 1. 

Avon, 29 Beav. 144, Barry v. Her- 3 1 Lewin on Trusts, ch. 3, § 2. 

chants' Exc. Co , 1 Sand. Ch. 280; 4 Flint on Trusts and Trustees, 

Dana v. Bank of U. S., 5 Watts & ch. 2, § 10; 1 Perry on Trusts, ch. 

S. 224 ; Maryland v. Bank of Mary- 2, § 32. 

land, 6 Gill & J. 205; Catlin v. 5 Durrant v. Ritchie, 4 Mason, 

Eagle Bank, 6 Conn. 233; Hopkins 45; Howard v. Howard, 52 Kan. 

v. Turnpike Co., 4 Humph. 403; 469; Young v. Graff, 28 111. 20. 

Gordon v. Preston, 1 Walis, SS5; See Bressler v. Kent, 61 111., where 

s. c, 26 Am. Dec. 175; Reynolds v. this case is overruled. 



§ 6.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 11 

the manner prescribed by the instrument of settlement. 1 
In other States she cannot convey her personal estate at all, 
unless the power of alienation is conferred by the instru- 
ment of settlement, but she may dispose of it by will. 2 
"Where a trust is created, the trustee must see to it that his 
acts are in strict accordance with the power conferred by 
the instrument of settlement, or he may become personally 
liable for airy property of which he has disposed. 3 Where 
a married woman has a right to sell her separate personal 
estate, she may also sell the income derived from it, 4 an 
annuity from lands, 5 her savings from her separate estate, 6 
or from an allowance for her maintenance in case of a sepa- 
ration. 7 Savings from money given her by her husband 
for personal and household expenses belong to the husband. 8 
In a recent decision of the New York Court of Appeals it 
was held that a married woman may constitute herself a 
trustee, and that where the trust funds had remained in that 
State the trust could be enforced, notwithstanding she had 
removed to New Jersey, where a feme covert cannot be a 
trustee. 9 

§ C. Trusts Created by Infants. — Under recent decis- 
ions such trusts are voidable, though they are valid unless 
avoided. 10 Not only trusts but all other acts and contracts 

1 Boss v. Ewer, 3 Atk. 156; Al- 6 2 Story's Equity Jurisprudence, 



bany Ins. Co. v. Bay, 4 Corns. 9 
Hopkins v. Myall, 2 Russ. & M. 86 
Williamson v. Beckman, 8 Leigh 
20; Fears v. Brooks, 12 Ga. 200 
Leaycraft v. Hedden, 3 Green Ch 
512; Ewing v. Smith, 3 Desaus 



§1375; Frazier v. Center, 1 Mc- 
Cord Eq. 270; Picquet v. Swan, 4 
Mason, 455. 

1 Brook v. Broek, 25 Beav. 342. 

8 Jodrell v. Jodrell, 9 Beav. 45; 
Story's Equity Jurisprudence, § 



417; s. c, 5 Am. Dec. 557; Croft 1375a. 

v. Slee, 4 Ves. 60; Anderson v. 9 Schluter v. Bowery Sav. Bank, 

Dawson, 15 Ves. 532. 117 N". Y. 125. 

2 Mory v. Michael, IS Md. 227. 10 1 Perry on Trusts, § 52 ; 1 Lewin 

3 Hopkins v. Myall, 2 Buss. & M. on Trusts, *32; Co. Litt. 248a; 
86; Mant v. Leith, 15 Beav. 526; Haerle v. Greenbank, 1 Ves. Sr. 
McClintic v. Ocheltree, 4W. Va. 304; Owens v. Owens, 8 Green C. 
249. E. 60; Zouch v. Parsons, 3 Burr. 

4 Vizonneau v. Pegram, 2 Leigh, 1794; Bool v. Mix, 17 Wend. 119, 
183. s. c, 31 Am. Dec. 285; Eagle Fire 

5 Major v. Lansley, 2 Russ. & M. Ins. Co. v. Lent, 6 Paige, 635; 
355. Tucker v. Moreland, 10 Peters, 71 ; 



12 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ G. 

of infants are subject to their rejection or confirmation on 
coming of age. 1 The modern doctrine is, that an act or 
contract of an infant is not essentially void, unless it is ob- 
viously and necessarily prejudicial to his interests. If his 
interests are in doubt it is only voidable, but if the act is 
a discharge of duty or plainly for his own benefit it is bind- 
ing. 2 Courts of equity give an infant the same power of 
avoidance over the equitable as over the legal estate. Dur- 
ing his life no one but himself can call his act in question. 3 
But if he dies without having avoided the trust the court will 
investigate it and see that no advantage is taken of his act. 4 
The same rule now applies to a marriage settlement by a 
female infant. A deed executed by her in consideration of 
a marriage does not bind her real estate, unless on coming 
of age and after the death of her husband she confirms 
the act. 5 The marriage settlement of a male infant will 
follow the same rule, except that after he is of age he 
can confirm his act before the death of his wife. 6 The re- 
cent decisions give the female infant the right to bar herself 
of dower and of an interest in her husband's estate by 
accepting a jointure before marriage. 7 She is also bound 



G-illett v. Stanley, 1 Hill, 121; s. c, Michael, 4 Sand. 374; Levering v. 

2 Kent, 204. Levering, 3 Md. Ch. 365; Shaw v. 

1 2 Kent's Commentaries, 235; Boyd, 5 S. &K. 312; Wilson v. Mc- 

Tucker v. Moreland, 10 Pet. 58, 71 ; Cullogh, 19 Pa. St. 77; Healy v. 

Irvine v. Irvine, 9 Wall. 617. Rowan, 5 Grat. 414; In re Waring, 

2 Cruise, Dig. by Greenleaf, p. 12 Eng. L. & Eq. 280; Field v. 
15, note and authorities cited; Moore, 7 De G., M. &G. 691; s. a, 
Eagle Fire Co. v. Lent, 1 Edw. Ch. 35Eng. L. & Eq. 498; Lee v. Stuart, 
301; s. c, 6 Paige, 635. 2 Leigh, 76; Durnford v. Lane, 1 

3 Ingraham v. Baldwin, 12 Barb. Brown Ch. 106; Harvey v. Ashley, 
9 ; Flint on Trusts and Trustees, § 3 Atk. 607 ; Tabb v. Archer, 3 Hem. 
11; 1 Perry on Trusts, § 33. & M. 399; s. C, 3 Am. Dec. 657; 

4 1 Lewin on Trusts, p. *25; 1 Lester v. Frazer, Eipley Ch. 76; 

Perry on Trusts, § 33; 4 Cruise, s. C, 2 Hill Ch. 529; Cannell v. 

Dig. p. 130; Starr v. Wright, 20 Buckle, 2 P. Wms. 243. 

Ohio St. 97. e Levering v. Heighe, 2 Md. Ch. 

6 Milner v. Lord Harewood, 18 81 ; Whichcote v. Lyle's Ex'rs, 28 

Ves. 259; Trollope v. Linton, 1 Pa. St. 73. 

Sim&Stu. 477; Simpson v. Jones, " Drury v. Drury, 2 Eden, 39; 

2 Buss. & My. 365 ; Temple v. Haw- Buckinghamshire v. Drury, 2Eden, 

ley, 1 Sand. Ch. 153; Dominick v. 60; McCartee v. Teller, 2 Paige, 611. 



§§ 7-8.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 13 

by a settlement of her personal estate that would otherwise 
vest in the husband. 1 "It is now settled in England by 
statute that a male infant over twenty years of age and a 
female over seventeen may make a valid marriage settlement 
of their real and personal estates under the sanction of the 
court of chancery." 2 

§ 7. Trusts by Lunatics. — In this, as in other respects, 
the acts of a lunatic are voidable either by himself or by his 
proper representatives, but a trust created by a lunatic will 
be valid until it is avoided. If it is a reasonable and fit act 
a court of equity will not set it aside, 3 nor will it interfere 
in the case of a bona fide purchaser who has acted without 
any notice of his lunacy. 4 But after an inquisition by which 
he is declared a lunatic, all contracts made by him, until he 
is restored by the court to the control of his property, are 
void. 5 

§ 8. Aliens and Non-residents as Settlors. — As an alien 
may exercise all right of ownership over personal property, 
he can, of course, create a trust in regard to it. 6 But a trust 
in real property, created by an alien, is subject to the inter- 
position of the State, unless, as in England, there has been 



1 Field v. Moore, 7 De Gex, M. & fearing insanity, which was hered- 

G. 691 ; Ainslie v. Medlyeott, 9 Ves. itary, executed a voluntary deed 

19; Stamper v. Barker, 5 Madd. of trust of all his estate to his 

134; Williams v.Chitty, 3 Ves. 551; daughter, who was his only child, 

Johnson v. Smith, 1 Ves. 315 ; Sue- upheld, Eeidy v. Small, 154 Pa. 

cession of Wilder, 22 La. Ann. 219. St. 505. 

2 1 Perry on Trusts, ch. 2, § 35; * Carr v. Holliday, 1 Dev. & B. 

18 and 19 Vic., ch. 43, 1855. 344; Price v. Berrington, 3 Macn. 

8 Mitchel v. Kingman, 5 Pick. & G. 486 ; Greenslade v. Dare, 20 

431; Snowden v. Dunlavey, 11 Pa. Beav. 285. 

St. 522 ; Neil v. Morley, 9 Ves. 478 ; 5 L'Amoureux v. Crosby, 2 Paige, 

Pearl v. McDowell, 3 J. J. Marsh. 422; s. c, 22 Am. Dec. 655; Pearl 

658; 1 Story's Equity Jurispru- v. McDowell, 3 J. J. Marsh. 658; s. 

dence, § 228; Allis v. Billings, 6 c, 20 Am. Dec. 199. 

Met. 415; Teegarden v. Lewis 6 2 Kent's Commentaries, 1-36; 

(Ind.), 35N. E. Rep. 24; Hays v. 1 Lewin on Trusts, *26; Hill on 

Gloster, 88 Cal. 560; s. c, 26 Pac. Trusts, 27; 27 Am. & Eng. Enc. of 

Rep. 367. A man seventy-three Law, § 10, p. 22. 
years of age, of intemperate habits, 



14 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§§ 9-10. 

special legislation to the contrary. 1 A trust by an alien in 
real estate is valid until office found. 2 A State legislature 
cannot prohibit the creation of a trust by a non-resident 
citizen of the United States, at least in personal property. 
The circuit court of the United States for the district of 
Indiana recently held invalid a statute of Indiana prohibit- 
ing the appointment of a non-resident trustee. 3 

§ 9. Rights of Bankrupts and Insolvents. — In England 
all the property owned by a bankrupt at the commencement 
of his bankruptcy vests in his trustee, but any surplus that 
may remain after the payment of his debts belongs to him, 
and of this he may create a trust. 4 Under the United States 
bankrupt laws it has been held that only such property as 
was owned by the bankrupt at the date of the assignment 
vested in his assignee, and that he may create a trust of 
any property acquired subsequent to that act and before the 
date of the certificate of discharge. 5 As the property of an 
insolvent that is exempt from execution does not pass to an 
assignee it may be the subject of a trust. 6 

§ 10. Creation of Trusts in General. — Any person who 
is competent to make a will or a contract may create a trust. 
Any person who may legally hold property, whether real 

1 Naturalization Act of 1870. ham v. Graves, 41 Mich. 675; Has- 

2 1 Lewin on Trusts, *20; 1 Perry kins v. Alcott, 13 Ohio St. 210. 

on Trusts, § 36. 6 Taylor v. Duesterberg, Adm., 

3 Farmers' L. & T. Co., Trustees, 109 Ind. 165; Faurote v. Carr, 180 
v. Chi. & A. Ry. Co., 27 Fed. Kep. Ind. 123; Burdge v. Bolin, 106 
146. Ind. 175 ; Dumbould v. Kowley, 113 

4 1 Lewin on Trusts, ch. 3, § 1, Ind. 353; Blair v. Smith, 114 Ind. 

*26; Hill on Trustees, 47. 114; Buckley v. Wheeler, 52 Mich. 

6 In re Grant, 2 Story, 312 ; Mosby 1 ; Derby v. Weyrich, 8 Neb. 174; 

v. Steele, 7 Ala. 299 ; Ex parte New- S. C, 30 Am. Kep. 827 ; Bridgers v. 

hall, 2 Story, 360 ; 1 Perry on Trusts, Howell, 27 S. Car. 425; Sannoner 

§37. In general, under State laws v. King, 49 Ark. 299; Carhart v. 

for the regulation of voluntary as- Harshaw, 45 Wis. 340; S. C, 30 

signments, property acquired sub- Am. Rep. 752; Delashmut v. Trau, 

sequent to the act of assignment 44 Iowa, 613; Duffle v. Clark (1895), 

does not pass to the assignee. Mc- 64 N. W. Kep. 57; Wood v. Irwin, 

Cabe's Appeal, 22 Pa. St. 427 ; Lo- 163 Pa St. 416. 
renz v. Orlady, 87 Pa. St. 226 ; Ship- 



§ 10.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 15 

or personal, may create a trust for the disposal of it. If 
his right to hold or control property is limited, his right to 
create a trust is limited to the same extent. 1 

1 Underhill on Trusts and Trus- 28 ; Kekwich v. Manning, 1 Hare, 

tees, 91 ; Bacon on Uses, 66 ; 1 Lewin 4G4 ; Donaldson v. Donaldson, Kay, 

on Trusts, *21 ; Gilbert v. Overton, 711. 
2 H. & M.. 110 ; 1 Perry on Trusts, § 





WHO MAY BE 


A TKUSl 


§ 11. 


The Sovereign or State. 


§ 18. 


12. 


Corporations as Trustees. 


19. 


13. 


The Subject Continued. 


20. 


14. 


Unincorporated Associa- 


21. 




tions. 


22. 


15. 


Civil Officers in Their Offi- 


23. 




cial Capacity. 


24. 


16. 


Married Women. 




17. 


The Subject Continued. 





CHAPTER III. 

THE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS CONTINUED. 



Infants as Trustees. 
Aliens and Non-residents. 
Eights of Lunatics. 
Bankrupts and Insolvents. 
Beneficiaries as Trustees. 
In General. 

Rules of the Court in Ap- 
pointing. 



§ 11. The Sovereign or State. — In England the sover- 
eign may be a trustee, but as in all other countries there b 
a difficulty in executing the decrees of courts against the 
sovereign power. The subject may have a right and at the 
same time be altogether without a remedy against the sover- 
eign. In such cases he can appeal to the king by a petition 
of right, and it is to be assumed that his rights will be re- 
garded. By a recent statute, if trust property vests in the 
crown by escheat, the king is enabled to grant it to trustees 
for the purpose of executing the trust. 1 It is further pro- 
vided that property held in trust shall not escheat or be 
forfeited to the crown by any failure or forfeiture of the 
trustee, and that in such cases trust property shall be sub- 
ject to the control of the court of chancery for the use of 
the parties beneficially interested, and that new trustees 



139 and 40 Geo. III., ch. 88. Vern. 439; Wilkes' Case Law, 
See also, Burgess v. Wheate, 1 54; Sander's Uses and Trusts, 
Eden, 255; Kildare v. Eustace, 1 *388. 



§ 12.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 17 

shall be appointed. 1 It is held that under these statutes an 
equity may be enforced against the sovereign. In this 
country the United States and each of the States may be 
trustees. They have the legal right to accept and to exe- 
cute trusts for any purpose. 2 But there is the same difficulty 
in this country as in England in enforcing the judgments 
and decrees of -courts against the sovereign power. It is 
plain that neither the United States nor any State can be 
sued unless under some statute authorizing such an act. 3 
In this country, as in England, a citizen may have an un- 
questioned right but no legal remedy against a violation of 
it by the State. In such a case he can only petition the 
legislature, either national or State, but it is always to be 
assumed that his right will be respected. A trust accepted 
by a State must be executed by the legislature, by the ap- 
pointment of officers or agents for the discharge of the 
duties involved. The legislature may appoint, either 
directly or through the chief executive, an agent to prose- 
cute its claim to trust property, and in this manner congress 
may prosecute a claim in the courts of a foreign country. 
An instance of the exercise of this right by the United 
States was the prosecution of its claim to the bequest of 
James Smithson, of London, in trust for the establishment 
of the Smithsonian Institute. 4 The Court of Appeals of 
New York held that the United States is inc netent 
to take as a devisee for purposes of general charity. 5 

§ 12. Corporations as Trustees. — Under the early Eng- 
lish law, corporations could not be seized of lands to the use 
of another, and could not be oompelled to execute a trust. 
In consequence they could not be trustees. 6 But this 
doctrine was long since abandoned, and in England as 

1 13 & 14 Vic. ch. 60, §§ 15, 46, « Briggs v. Lifeboats, 11 Allen 

47; 4 & 5 Wm. IV., ch. 23. (Mass.), 157. 

2 Hughes v. Wells, 9 Hare, 749; 4 U. S. Statutes 1836, ch. 252, 

s. c, 13 Eng. L. & Eq. 389 ; Mitford vol. 5, p. 64. 

v. Reynolds, 1 Phill. 185 ; Nightin- 6 Levy v. Levy, 33 N. Y. 97. 

gale v. Gouldbourn, 2 Phill. 594 ; 6 Bacon on Uses, 57 ; 1 Cruise 

s. c., 5 Hare, 484; 1 Perry on Dig., p. 340 ; Sugden, V. & P. p. 

Trusts, §41. 417. 
2 



18 



CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 



[§ 12. 



well as in this country it has long been settled that a cor- 
poration may be a trustee in the same manner as an individ- 
ual. 1 Corporations of all kinds may take and hold estates 
as trustees for any purpose not inconsistent with their own 
character, and the courts will hold them responsible for the 
faithful execution of the trust. 2 If there is misapplication 
of a trust fund, or any failure to discharge the obligations 
resting upon it, or a refusal to obey the order of the court, 
the corporation may be deprived of the trust and another 
trustee may be appointed, or the remedy may be sought by 
distringas* sequestration or injunction. 3 In deciding any 
question relating to the powers of corporations as trustees, 
it is to be borne in mind that, as a rule, they can exercise 



1 Green v. Rutherford, 1 Yes. 
Sr. 468; Atty-Gen. v. Foundling 
Hospital, 2 Ves. Jr. 46; Atty- 
Gen. v. Lauderfield, 9 Mod. 286; 
Atty-Gen. v. Clarendon, 17 Ves. 
499; Miller v. Lerch, 1 Wall. Jr. 
210; Columbia Bridge Co. v. Kline, 
Bright. X. P. 320; Robertson v. 
Bullions, 11 X. Y. 243; Morris v. 
Way, 16 Ohio, 47S; Phillip's Acad- 
emy v. King, 12 Mass. 541; 
Chapin v. School District, 35 X. H. 
445. "Although it was in early 
times held that a corporation could 
not take and hold real and personal 
estate in trust, upon the ground 
that there was a defect of one of 
the requisites to create a good 
trustee, namely, the want of confi- 
dence in the person, yet that doc- 
trine has long since been exploded 
as unsound and too artificial, and 
it is now held that where a corpo- 
ration has a legal capacity to take 
real and personal estate, then it may 
take and hold it upon trusts in the 
same manner and to the same ex- 
tent as a private individual may 
do." Justice Story in Vidal v. 
Girard's Executors, 2 How. 187. 

2 Atty.-Gen. v. St. John's Hosp., 
2 DeG., J. & Sm. 021 ; Atty.-Gen. 



v. Foundling Hosp., 2 Ves. Jr. 46; 
Atty.-Gen. v. Clarendon, 17 Ves. 
499; Atty.-Gen. v. Cains Coll., 2 
Keen, 165; Atty.-Gen. v. Lauder- 
field, 9 Mod. 286; Drummer v. 
Chippenham, 14 Ves. 252; Green 
v. Rutherforth, 1 Ves. 468; Atty.- 
Gen. v. Whorwood, 1 Ves. 536; 
Atty.-Gen. v. Stafford, Barn. 33; 
Atty.-Gen. v. Iron Mongers' Co., 
2 Beav. 313 ; Jackson v. Hartwell, 
8 Johns. 422; Trustees Phillips 
Academy v. King, 12 Mass. 546; 
Atty.-Gen. v. Utica Ins. Co., 2 
Johns. Ch. 384; Vidal v. Girard, 2 
How. 187 ; Miller v. Lerch, 1 Wall. 
Jr. 210; Greenville Acad., 7 Rich. 
Eq. 476 ; McDonogh v. Murdock, 
15 How. 367 ; Green v. Dennis, 6 
Cow. 304; Dublin Case, 38 X. H. 
577. 

3 Mayor of Coventry v. Atty.- 
Gen., 2 Madd. Ch. 77 ; S.C., 2Bro. P. 
C. 235; 6 Am. & Eng. Corp. Cases, 
203 ; Barnum v. Baltimore, 62 Md. 
275; Peynado v. Peynado, 82 Ky. 
5 ; Richmond v. Davis, 103 Ind. 449 ; 
Green v. Rutherforth, 1 Ves. 468; 
Pickering v. Shotwell, 10 Pa. St. 
27 ; Atty.-Gen. v. Foundling Hosp., 
2 Ves. Jr. 46. 



§12.] 



CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 



19 



such powers only as are conferred by their charters or by 
the acts of their incorporation. 1 It has been held that they 
cannot act as trustees in a matter in which they have no in- 
terest, or one that is inconsistent with or repugnant to the 
object for which it was organized. 2 But if the trusts are in 
harmony with the general purposes of the corporation, or 
if they are collateral to them and germane to the idea on 
which the corporation was created, as in cases where the 
trusts relate to objects which will promote the general pur- 
poses of the corporation, the trust may be accepted, and if 
accepted the court will enforce the execution of the trust. 3 
Counties, cities, towns and parishes may hold property in 
trust for the establishment and support of colleges, 4 for the 
benefit of the poor, 5 for the support of schools, 6 or for any 
other educational or charitable object that is not contra- 
vened by the conditions of its charter. 7 It has also been 
held that overseers of the poor, supervisors of a count}', 8 
commissioners of roads in South Carolina, 9 trustees of the 



1 Dartmouth College v. Wood- 
ward, 4 Wheat. 638 ; N. Y. Fire Ins. 
Co. V.Ely, 2 Cow. 678; Beatty v. 
Knowler, 4 Pet. 152; People v. 
Utica Ins. Co., 15 Johns. 358; 
S. c, 8 Am. Dec. 243; Head v. 
Providence Ins. Co., 2 Cranch, 127 ; 
1 Perry on Trusts, § 44; State v. 
Mobile, 5 Port. 279. 

2 Matter of Howe, 1 Paige, 214 ; 
Jackson v. Hartwell, 8 Johns. 422. 
It has been held that a municipal 
corporation cannot, in the absence 
of statutory authority, take and 
hold lands in trust for religious 
purposes, Corning v.Christ Church, 
33 If. Y. St. Pep. 766, nor can a 
city accept a trust for the estab- 
lishment and maintenance of a 
county poor house. Augusta v. 
Walton, 77 Ga. 517. 

3 Vidal v. Girard, 2 How. 188- 
190; McDonogh v. Murdoch, 15 
How. 367; First Congl. Soc. of 
Southington v. Atwater, 23 Conn. 



34 ; Wetmore v. Parker, 7 Lansing, 
121. 

4 Vidal v. Girard, 2 How. 188- 
190; Wetmore v. Parker, 7 Lan- 
sing, 121. See also Perin v. Mc- 
Micken, 15 La. Ann. 154. 

5 McDonogh v. Murdock, 15 How. 
367; Webb v. STeal, 5 Allen, 575; 
Mclntire Poor School v. Zanesville 
Canal Co., 9 Ohio, 217. 

6 First Parish in Sutton v. Cole, 
3 Pick. 232. 

7 Chambers v. City of St. Louis 
(1860), 29 Mo. 543; Barnum v. 
Baltimore, 62 Md. 275; Ayer v. 
City of Bangor, 85 Maine, 511. See 
also Dailey and Doolittle v. City 
of New Haven, 60 Conn. 314; 
Franklin's Estate, 150 Pa. St. 437; 
S. C, 24 Atl. Rep. 626. 

8 ISTorth Hempstead v. Hemp- 
stead, 2 Wend. 109; Jansen v. 
Ostrander, 1 Cow. 670. 

9 Com. Eoads v. McPherson, 1 
Spear, 218. 



20 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ 13. 

poor in Mississippi, and also trustees of the school fund, 1 
are corporations sub modo, and that as such they may hold 
and execute trusts as within the scope of their official 
duties. 

§ 13. The Subject Continued. — In the case of Morris 
v. Way, it was held by the Supreme Court of Ohio 
that a bank may receive a deed and hold land in trust to 
secure a debt due to it. 2 One corporation may hold 
property for another corporation or for an individual. 3 
In a case where a legacy was given to a church in trust 
to pay the income to the donor's housekeeper during 
her life, and after her death to devote it to the pur- 
poses of the church, it was held that the corporation might 
properly execute the trust, on the ground that where prop- 
erty is given to a corporation, partly for its own use and 
partly for the use of another, the power of the corporation 
to accept and hold property for its own use carries with it, 
as a necessary incident, the power to execute that part of 
the trust which relates to others. 4 The right of a corpora- 
tion to hold land committed to it either by grant or bequest, 
and whether in trust or otherwise, for which its charter 
makes no provision, can be called in question only by the 
State. As against third persons its title is clear. 5 Where a 
corporation cannot hold the legal title to property it cannot 
be compelled to execute a trust in it. 6 But if a trust is 
otherwise valid, it will not be held void for that reason. 
The court will appoint a competent trustee and order a con- 

JGovenorv. Gridley, Walk. 328; gas, 7 S. & R. 321; Bogardus v. 

Carmichael v. Trustees, etc., 3 Trinity Church, 4 Sand. Oh. 758; 

How. (Miss.) 84. Perm v. Cary, 24 How. 465; Troy 

2 Morris v. Way, 16 Ohio, 478. v. Haskell, 33 ST. H. 533; Philadel- 

3 Phillip's Academy v. King, 12 phia v. Girard, 45 Pa. St. 9 ; Chapin. 
Mass. 546. v. School District, 35 N. H. 445; 

4 In the matter of Howe, 1 Paige, Harpending v. Dutch Church, 16 
214. Pet. 492; Bogardus v. Trinity 

5 Humbert v. Trinity Church, 24 Church, 4 Sand. Ch. 758 ; Angell & 
Wend. 587; Runyan v. Coster's Ames on Corporations, §§ 151-155. 
Lessee, 14 Pet. 122; Washburn v. 6 Sonley v. Clockmaker's Co., 1 
Sewell, 9 Met. 280; Miller v.Lerch, Bro. Ch. 81; Vidal v. Girard, 2 
1 Wall. Jr. 210; Leazurev. Hille- How. 188. 



§ 14.] CONSTITUTION OF TKUSTS. 21 

veyance of the property to Mm, Where a testator gave 
land to a corporation, that could not legally accept it, in 
trust to sell and apply the proceeds to persons competent 
to take, on account of the statute of mortmain, it was held 
that though the devise was void at law, yet in equity it was 
a valid trust, and that the heir was a trustee to the uses de- 
clared in the will. 1 Whether a corporation has power to 
act as trustee in any special case must be determined by 
the conditions of its charter and by the laws of the State 
under which it does business. 2 

§ 14. Unincorporated Associations. — For purposes 
suitable to their character, unincorporated associations 
may become trustees. 3 This is recognized as especially 
fit in the case of religious and charitable organizations. 4 
A legacy to the Seamen's Aid Society to go to the treas- 
urer for the time being for the benefit of the society 
was sustained. 5 Where a testator left a sum of money 
to each of four benevolent societies, two of which were 
unincorporated, the Supreme Judicial Court of Massa- 
chusetts held the bequest to be valid. 6 If the members of 

1 Sonley v. Clockmaker's Co., 1 Met. 280; Burbank v. "Whitney, 24 
Bro. Ch. 81; Winslow v. Cum- Pick. 146; s. C, 35 Am. Dec. 312; 
mings, 3 Cush. 358. This is con- Shotwell v. Mott, 2 Sand. Ch. 46. 
trary to law in New York, in rela- See also Methodist Church v. Kem- 
tion to charitable bequests. Ayers ington, 1 "Watts, 218; s. c, 26 Am. 
v. Methodist Church, 3 Sand. 351; Dec. 61. 

Andrew v. Bible Soc, 4 Sand. 156 ; i Tucker v. Seaman's Aid Society, 

Levy v. Levy, 40 Barb. 5S5; s. c, 7 Met. 1S8; Pickering v. Shotwell, 

33 N" . Y. 97. But these cases are 10 Barr. 27 ; Magill v. Brown 

governed by a statute. Bright. N". P. 350 ; Am. Bible Soc. 

2 Dartmouth College v. "Wood- v. Wetmore, 17 Conn. 1S1 ; First 
ward, 4 Wheat. 636 ; Head v. Provi- Congl. Soc. v. Atwater, 23 Conn, 
dence Ins. Co., 2 Cranch, 127; 34. See also Owens v. Miss. Soc. 
Beatty v. Marine Ins. Co., 2 Johns, of M. E. Church, 14 ST. Y. 380; s. 
109; People v. Utica Ins. Co., 15 c, 67 Am. Dec. 160; "Winslow v. 
Johns. 358 ; State v. Mayor of Cummings, 3 Cush. 358. 

Mobile, 5 Porter, 279; State v. 5 Tucker v. Seaman's Aid Society, 

Stebbins, 1 Stew. 299; Beaty v. 7 Met. 188; First Cong. Soc. of 

Knowler, 4 Pet. 152 ; Xew York Southington v. Atwater, 23 Conn. 

Fire Ins. Co. v. Ely, 2 Cow. 678. 56. 

8 Chapin v. First Univ. Soc, 8 6 Burbank v. "Whitney, 24 Pick. 

Gray, 580; "Washburn v. Sewell, 9 146; "Washburn v. Sewall, 9 Met. 



22 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§15. 

the societies are so numerous as to create a difficulty in re- 
gard to the administration of the trust, the court will ap- 
point a trustee. 1 A bequest to "The Marine Bible Society" 
was held to establish a charitable trust, although it was an 
unincorporated association, and had been disbanded. The 
court appointed a trustee to execute the trust. 2 In Penn- 
sylvania essentially the same view has been sustained. 3 
On the contrary, the Supreme Court of the United States, 
in the case of the Trustees of the Philadelphia Baptist 
Association v. Hart's Executors, held that "the association, 
not being incorporated at the testator's decease, could not 
take this trust as a society." In answer to the quaere: How 
far this principle would govern in the courts of the United 
States ? it was held that "it was unnecessary to enter into this 
inquiry, because it could only arise where the attorney- 
general is made a party." The decision is generally un- 
derstood as local and special in its application, rather than 
as establishing a principle of law. 4 In the later cases this 
court has upheld the received doctrine. 5 

§ 15. Civil Officers in Their Official Capacity. — In the 

case of Inglis v. The Sailors' Snug Harbor, where the chan- 
cellor of the State of New York, the mayor and recorder of 
the city of New York, and a number of other officers desig- 
nated by their official titles only, were appointed by the 
testator to take charge of the erection of suitable build- 
ings for a hospital and to conduct the affairs of the institu- 
tion, it was held that the naming of the trustees by their 
official titles was equivalent to giving them proper names, 
and that in the execution of the trust they were to act, not 
in their official, but in their private and individual capacity. 
It was held, also, that an executory devise to a corporation 

280 ; Methodist Church v. Kerning- 3 Pickering v. Shotwell, 10 Barr. 

ton, 1 Watts, 218; Greene v. Den- 27; Magill v. Brown, Bright. N. P. 

nis,6Conn. 293; Dashiell v. Atty.- 350; M. E. Church v. Remington, 

Gen., 5 Harr. & Johns. 392. 1 Watts, 218. 

1 Burbank v. Whitney, 24 Pick. i Baptist Assn. v. Hart, 4 Wheat. 
146. 1 ; Inglis v. Sailors' Snug Harbor, 

2 Winslow v. Cummings, 3 Cush. 3 Pet. 114. 

358. 6 Vidal v. Girard, 2 How. 187. 



§ 16.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 23 

to be created in futuro was valid, and that in the mean- 
time the estates in the hands of the heir would be held 
charged with the trusts. 1 In a recent case the testator 
bequeathed a sum of money in trust for the establish- 
ment of a free school in the city of New Bedford, and 
named certain persons and "the mayor of the city" a 
board of trustees to execute the provisions of his will. A 
codicil provided that the fund was to be paid over to the 
city for educational purposes if two-thirds of the trustees 
6hould be of opinion that they could not administer it as the 
testator intended. It was held that while the trustees held 
the fund the city took no interest in it, and that the per- 
son who was "the mayor of the city" at the time of the 
testator's death, and not the mayor at the time the trustees 
were appointed, was entitled to be appointed trustee. 2 In 
England a bequest to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, at 
the time in office, for the benefit of the State, was sus- 
tained, 3 and it was held that the Governor-General of India 
might take in trust for the city of Decca. 4 In a case in 
which a British subject bequeathed a sum of money to the 
President and Vice-President of the United States and the 
Governor of the State of Pennsylvania, for the time being, 
for the establishment of a college in the State of Pennsyl- 
vania, the persons named having declined to act, it was held 
that the trust failed ; and as it could not be carried into 
effect cy pres, in a foreign country, that the gift fell into 
the residue. 5 The comptroller of a bank ma}' be a trustee 
of the securites held by him for the several banks, but the 
State is not liable, as a trustee, for his acts. 6 

§ 16. Married Women. — All women, married or un- 
married, who are capable of holding and of disposing of 
property, may be trustees. A married woman may accept 
trust funds conveyed to her by will, by gift, by deed, or by 

1 Inglis v. Sailors' Snug Harbor, 4 Mitford v. Reynolds, 1 Phill. 
3 Pet. 99. 185. 

2 Dunbar v. Soule, 129 Mass. 284. 6 New v. Bonaker, L. E., 4 Eq. 

3 Nightingale v. Goulbourn, 2 Ca. 655. 

Phill. 594; s. C, 5 Hare, 4S4. 6 State v. Rush, 20 Wis. 212. 



24 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§17. 

operation of law. If an estate, involving a trust, comes to 
a married woman in any legal manner, her coverture can- 
not be pleaded as a bar to her acceptance and execution of 
the trust. 1 In a case in which the legal title to land came 
by descent to a married woman, and the law required that 
a deed executed by her should be acknowledged, as executed, 
voluntarily, and she refused so to acknowledge it, she was 
compelled to do it by the court. 2 It was the theory of the 
common law that the promotion and preservation of do- 
mestic tranquility and happiness required that the proprie- 
tary interest of the wife should be vested in her husband, 
and that separate interests were very liable to be antago- 
nistic to those of the husband. But a /erne covert is not less 
competent to be a trustee than she was before her marriage, 
and the policy of the common law has, in recent years, been 
very much modified by legislation and by the courts of 
equity. 3 In most of the States a married woman may ac- 
cept almost an}' kind of trust, and it is immaterial whether 
the trust is committed to her before or after her marriage. 4 

§ 17. The Subject Continued. — The relations of the 
feme covert to the husband involve numerous difficulties 
in the holding and execution of trusts, and in many instances 
the courts refuse to appoint married women as trustees. 6 
Notwithstanding these difficulties, a married woman may be 
a trustee in all ordinary cases. She may even be' a trustee 

1 Clarke v. Saxon, 1 Hill Ch. 69; Freeman, 91; Compton v. Collin- 
Berry v. Norris, 1 Duv. 302. son, 2 Bro. C. C. 377; Moore v. 

2 Dundas v. Biddle, 2 Barr, Hussey, Hob. 95 ; Dundas v. Bid- 
160. die, 2 Pa. St. 160; Godolphin 

3 CokeLitt. 112a, 187b; Lord An- v. Godolphin, 1 Ves. 23; Moore v. 
trim v. Buckingham, 2 Freeman, Cottingham, 90 Ind. 243; Trust 
168; Blithe's Case, Id. 91; Godol- Co. v. Sedgwick, 97 U. S. 304 
phin v. Godolphin, 1 Yes. 23 ; Bouldin v. Reynolds, 58 Md. 495 
Bradish v. Gibbs, 3 Johns. Ch. 523; Springer v. Berry, 47 Me. 330 
Thompson v. Murray, 2 Hill Ch. People v. "Webster, 10 Wend. 554 
214; Sugden on Powers, 144-155. Livingston v. Livingston, 6 Johns 

4 Lord Antrim v. Buckingham, Ch. 497; S. c, 10 Am. Dec. 353 
'2 Freeman, 168; Hearle v. Green- Thompson v. Murray, 2 Hill Bq. 
bank, 1 Ves. 304; Lakev.DeLam- (S.Car.)204; s. C, 29 Am. Dec. 
hert, 4 Ves. 592; Blithe's Case, 2 > In re Kaye, L. K., 1 Ch. 387. 



$ 17.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 25 

for her husband. 1 In a recent case the Supreme Court 
of Missouri held that where a wife purchased land with 
her husband's money, taking the title in her own name, 
but declaring at the time that the land was bought for 
her husband, and that she held the title thereto in trust 
for him, such land will be impressed with a trust in his 
favor, and he will be entitled to a decree vesting title in 
him. 2 On the trial of an action by a husband to compel 
his wife to convey certain property to him, he testified that, 
several years before, being about to be absent for several 
years, and wishing to provide for her in case of his death, 
he had conveyed to her, instead of making a will, certain 
lands, induced by his confidence in her, that she promised 
to reconvey same to him in the event of his return, and that 
he intended that she should receive a beneficial interest 
therein in case he should die before returning. The lawyer 
who drew the deed swore that he stated to her the reasons 
why her husband was about to make the deed, and that she 
promised to reconvey to him on his return. It was held suffi- 
cient to support a finding that plaintiff was induced to make 
such deed by his confidence in his wife, and that he made it 
with the distinct understanding that in the event of his re- 
turn she would reconvey the property to him, and that she 
was to receive a beneficial interest therein only in case he died 
before returning. 3 So far as relates to the legal capacity, 
there is nothing to prevent a married woman from adminis- 
tering a discretionary trust. 4 But in some of the States 
she can create a trust in her absolute property only by join- 
ing her husband in conveying it, or in executing a declara- 
tion of trust. 5 In some of the States a married woman 
cannot be the guardian of minors. But in Massachusetts it 



1 Shirley v. Shirley, 9 Paige, 363 ; 2 Price v. Kane, 112 Mo. 412 ; s. 

Livingston v. Livingston, 2 Johns, c, 20 S. W. Rep. 609. 

Ch. 541; Bennett v. Davis, 2 P. s Brisson v. Brisson, 27 Cal. 186. 

Wms. 316; Griffith v. Griffith, 5 B. i Smith v. Smith, 21 Beav. 385; 

Monr. 116 ; Picquet v. Swan, 4 People v. Webster, 10 Wend. 554 ; 

Mason, 455; Boykin v. Ciples, 2 Kingham v. Lee, 15 Sim. 401; 

Hill Ch. 200; Jamison v. Brady, Drummond v. Tracy, 1 Johns. 608. 

6 S. & E. 467. 5 Graham v. Long, 65 Pa. St. 373. 



26 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ 18. 

is provided by statute that a married woman ma)' be ex- 
ecutrix, administratrix, guardian or trustee, and may bind 
herself and the estate without the joining of her husband, 
with the same effect as if she were sole, and a woman may 
continue to hold the trust to which she has been appointed, 
notwithstanding her subsequent marriage. 1 Some embar- 
rassing questions in regard to the administration of trusts 
by women, single as well as married, have arisen, with vari- 
ant decisions by the courts. 2 

§ 18. Infants as Trustees. — Assuming a lack of judg- 
ment and of business capacity, the courts will not make 
an infant a trustee, but in any instrument creating a trust 
an infant may be named as a trustee, and the estate will 
pass to him. 3 If he is deemed incapable of discharging the 
duties of a trustee, the courts will make provision for the 
due execution of the trust. 4 If he is recognized by the 
courts as a trustee, he cannot set up a claim to an interest 
in the estate as a beneficiary. 5 If he is removed and another 
trustee appointed in his place, he retains the right to assume 
the trust at his majority. 6 An infant cannot perform any 
act as a trustee that requires the exercise of judgment and 
discretion. Acts that are simply ministerial are voidable 
only, but acts involving the exercise of prudence and dis- 

1 1 Perry on Trusts, § 51, note. order shall have the same effect as 

2 Brooks v. Brooks, 1 Beav. 531. if the Infant trustee or mortgagee 
In re Campbell's Trusts, 31 Beav. had been twenty-one years of age, 
176. and had duly executed a convey- 

3 King v. Denison, 1 Ves. & Bea. ance or assignment of the lands in 
275; Lake v. De Lambert, 4 Ves. the same manner for the same es- 
592n; Binion v. Stone, 2 Freeman, tate." Trustee Act, 1850, See. 7. 
169 ; Jevon v. Bush, ( 1 Vern. 343 ; 4 Ex parte Sergison, 4 Ves. 149, 
Bowra v. "Wright, 4 De Gex & and note. In matter of Fallen, 1 
Smale, 265. "That where any McCarter, 147. 

infant shall be seized or pos- 6 Lake v. De Lambert, 4 Ves. 

sessed of any lands upon any trusts, 596n ; King v. Denison, 1 Ves. & 

or by way of mortgage, it shall be B. 275; Jevon v. Bush, 1 Vern. 343. 

lawful for the court of chancery to 6 Godefroi, The Law of Trusts 

make any order vesting such lands and Trustees, 12; In re Porter, 25 

in such person or persons, in such L. J. Ch. 482; In re Shelmerdine, 

manner and for such estate as the 33 L. J. Ch. 474. 
said court shall direct, and the 



§ 18.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 27 

cretion are absolutely void. 1 If a power relating to his own 
estate is given to an infant, he must be authorized by the 
deed to execute it during his minority, or his act will be 
void. 2 An infant trustee cannot give a valid security for 
the proper use or safety of a trust fund, and the court can- 
not require him to make satisfaction for a breach of trust. 3 
But he will be held responsible for deliberate perversion of 
the funds, or for any acts involving intentional fraud. 4 An 
estate charged with a trust may come to an infant by de- 
vise or by operation of law. A father purchased land and 
took the conveyance in the name of his son, who was five 
years of age. The court held that the land deeded to the / 
son was charged with a resulting trust for the father. 5 On 
account of the essential unfitness of making an infant a 
trustee, and of the inconvenience connected with the execu- 
tion of a trust by him, the courts assume a strong presump- 
tion that property conveyed to an infant is intended for his 
benefit, as an advancement or otherwise, and they will not 
treat it as a trust unless the purpose to make it such is 
clearly set forth in the instrument by which it is con- 
veyed. 6 

1 1 Lewin on Trusts, *38; Irvine Hill v. Anderson, 5 S. & M. 216 

v. Irvine, 9 Wall. 617 ; Tucker v. Hillyer v. Bennett, 3 Edw. Ch. 544 

Moreland, 10 Pet. 58; Coke Litt. Overton v. Banister, 3 Hare, 503 

172a, 264b; Cropster v. Griffith, 2 Stikeman v. Dawson, 1 De G. & 

Bland, 5; Hearle v. Greenbank, 3 Srn. 321; Savage v. Foster, 9 Mod. 

Atk. 695; Russell's Case, 5 Eep. 37, Wright v. Snowe, 2 De G. & 

27a; King v. Bellord, 1 Hem. & M. Sm. 321. 

343. 5 Binion v. Stone, 2 Freem. 169. 

2 Coventry v. Coventry, 2 P. 6 Lumplugh v. Lumplugh, 1 P. 

Wms. 229; 1 Sugden on Powers Wms. 112; Matter of Eindle, 2 

(6th ed.), 213-220. Edw. 265; Blinkhorne v. Feast, 2 

3 Whitmore v. Weld, 1 Vern. Ves. 30; Mamma v. Mumma, 2 

328; Hindmarsh v. Southgate, 3 Vern. 19; Grey v. Grey, Finch, 

Russ. 324; Russell's Case, 5 Rep. 338; s. c, 1 Ch. Ca. 296; Smith v. 

27a. King, 16 East, 283; Taylor v. Tay- 

4 Evroy v. Nicholas, 2 Eq. Ca. lor, 1 Atk. 386; Elliott v. Elliott, 2 

Ab. 489 ; Cory v. Gertchen, 2 Mad. Ch. Ca. 231 , Stileman v. Ashdown, 

40; Buckingham v. Drury, 2 Eden, 2 Atk. 480; Ebrand v. Dancer, 2 

71, 72; Overton v. Banister, 3 Hare, Ch. Ca. 26; Pole v. Pole, 1 Ves. 

503; Watts v. Cresswell, 9 Vin. 415 ; 76; Scroope v. Scroope, 1 Ch. Ca. 

Clare v. Bedford, 13 Vin. 536; 27. 
Beckett v. Cordley,! Bro. Ch. 358; 



28 CONSTITUTION OF TEDSTS. [§ 19. 

§ 19. Aliens and Non-residents. — It is well settled that 
aliens and non-residents can take and hold property as 
trustees to the same extent that they can hold the legal title 
thereto, i. e., in case of real estate until office found. 1 It 
is held that they cannot take by act of law. 2 Touching the 
question whether an alien can take by devise, there is a con- 
flict of authority. 3 An alien cannot plead his alienage to 
defeat any trust that may be charged upon the lands that 
come to him, nor in bar of any contract made by him 
relating to the purchase of lands. 4 An alien may be an in- 
corporator in the organizing of a corporation, and may be 
made a trustee for it, and it has been held that if an alien 
trustee sold and conveyed the trust estate, the sale would 
not be set aside. 6 An alien may take a mortgage on real 
estate as security for a debt, and in default of payment he 
may obtain a decree of foreclosure and sale of the land in 
satisfaction of the debt. 6 In England, by a recent statute, 
an alien has the same rights in regard to the holding and 
conveying of real estate as a citizen. 7 In this country aliens 
have the same right as citizens to control personal prop- 
erty. 8 

1 1 Perry on Trusts, §§ 36, 55; an alien would not vest title in him. 

Jackson v. Adams, 7 Wend. 367; Du In the affirmative : Vaux v. Nesbit, 

Hourmelin v. Sheldon, Mylne & C. 1 McC. Ch. 352; Clifton v. Haig, 4 

525; Marshall v. Lovelass, Cam. & Des. 330; Stephen v. Swan, 9 

N. 217. In Texas a different rule : Leigh, 404. In these cases it was 

Paschal v. Acklin, 27 Tex. 173. held that a devise would vest the 

"With regard to personal property title in an alien, subject to escheat, 

the rights of aliens are the same as on office found, 

that of citizens : Hughes v. Ed- * Scott v. Thorpe, 1 Edw. Ch. 

wards, 9 Wheat. 489. 512 ; Dunlop v. Hepburn, 1 Wheat. 

2 Wright v. Trustees M. E. 179; s. c, 3 Wheat. 231; Waugh v. 
Church, 1 Hoff. Ch. 202; Bu- Riley, 8 Met. 290. 

chanan v. Deshon, 1 Har. & G. 5 Commeyer v. United German 

280; Orr v. Hodgson, 4 Wheat. Churches, 2 Sand. Ch. 186; Fergu- 

453; Smith v. Zaner, 4 Ala. 99; son v. Franklin, 6 Munf. 305; Es- 

Foss v. Crisp, 20 Pick. 121 ; Mont- cheator v. Smith, 4 McC. 452; 61a- 

gomery v. Dorion, 7 N". H. 475; Ex ser v. Priest, 29 Mo. App. 1. 

parte Dupont, 1 Harp. Ch. 5; Trem- -Hughes v. Edwards, 9 Wheat, 

bles v. Harrison, 1 B. Monr. 140. 489. 

3 In the negative : Craig v. Rad- 7 33 Vic. ch. 14. 

ford, 3 Wheat. 594; Atkins v. Kron, ° Hughes v. Edwards, 9 Wheat. 
2 Ired. Ch. 58, held that a devise to 489. 



§§ 20-21-22.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 29 

§ 20. Rights of Lunatics. — Lunatics cannot, by a 
direct act, accept a conveyance of property, and they can- 
not execute trusts requiring the exercise of judgment and 
discretion, but an estate may come to a person non compos 
mentis by descent or by devise, and he may take by pur- 
chase or grant, even though unable to accept the convey- 
ance by his own act. Without this an acceptance will be 
assumed by the courts from lapse of time or from the ac- 
ceptance of the deed by the cestui que trust. 1 Since a luna- 
tic is incapable of any act that will bind himself or the 
other parties to a trust which may be vested in him, the 
trust must be executed for him by his guardian or by the 
court, or by a competent person appointed for that pur- 
pose. 2 An habitual drunkard may be a trustee, but if his 
habits unfit him for the discharge of his duty he will be 
removed by the court. 3 

§ 21. Bankrupts and Insolvents There is nothing in 

the condition of a bankrupt or insolvent to disqualify him 
from acting as a trustee. A trust estate held by a person 
of either class does not pass to his assignee, and a certifi- 
cate of discharge in bankruptcy does not release a bankrupt 
from any fiduciary obligation. As the estate is held in 
trust for the beneficiary, it is not liable for his personal in- 
debtedness. 4 

§ 22. Beneficiaries as Trustees. — It is the general 
impression that it is at least inexpedient to make a trustee 

1 Eyrickv.Hetrick,13Pa.St.494; Mont. & Mac. 258; Ex parte Pain- 
In re Bloomar, 2 De G. & Jon. ter, 2 Deac. & Ch. 584; Shryock v. 
88. Waggoner, 28 Pa. St. 431 ; Harris 

2 Loomis v. Spencer, 2 Paige, v. Harris, 29 Beav. 107 ; Lounsbury 
153; Swartwout v. Burr, 1 Barb. v. Purdy, 11 Barb. 490; Gardner v. 
495; Person v. Warren, 14 Barb. Howe, 2 Sim. & St. 346; Copeman 
488. v. Gallant, 1 P. Wms. 314; Ontario 

3 Webb v. Deitrich, 7 Watts & Bank v. Mumford, 2 Barb. Ch. 596 ; 
S. 401. Bliss v. Pierce, 20 Vt. 25; Ludwig 

4 Scott v. Surnam, Willes, 402 ; v. Highley, 5 Barr, 132 ; Wilhelm 
Butler v. Merchants' Ins. Co., 14 v. Falmer, 6 Barr, 296; Kep v. 
Ala. 798; Carpenter v. Marnell, 3 Bank of New York, 10 Johns. 63; 
B. & P. 41; Gladstone v. Hadwen, Union Nat. Bank of Chicago v. 
1 M. & S. 526; Ex parte Glanys, 1 Goetz, 27 X. E. Kep. 907. 



30 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ 23. 

of the cestui que trust. 1 But in many instances it is diffi- 
cult to avoid it, and where it appears necessary the court 
will make such an appointment. In New York it has re- 
cently been held that where a valid trust has been created, 
the life beneficiary of the trust estate may afterwards be ap- 
pointed trustee by an order of the court ; 2 and that "a cestui 
que trust is not absolutely prohibited from occupying the 
relation of trustee for his own benefit, and especially is this 
so where he is but one of several trustees." 3 

§ 23. In General. — It may be said, in general, that any 
person who is capable of taking the legal title to property, 
or of taking a beneficial interest in it, may take the same in 
trust for other persons. While almost any person is capa- 
ble of holding property in trust, a trustee should be a per- 
son capable of executing a trust in such a manner as to sub- 
serve the interests of the beneficiary, and he should have 
his residence within the jurisdiction of the court of equity 
in which the estate is located. A trust will not fail on ac- 
count of the naming of an incompetent person as trustee, 
or a person who refuses to accept the trust. Any lack of 
this character will be supplied by the court. In the ap- 
pointment of trustees the court will have regard, as a rule, 
to the wishes, expressed or implied, of the testator or other 
person by whom the trust is created. A person will be 

Foster v. Abraham, L. K. 17 Week. K. 416; Be Davis' Trusts, 

Eq. 351; Wilding v. Bolder, 21 L. B. 12 Eq. 214; Be Knight's 

Beav. 22. Will, 26 Ch. Div. 82. Opposed see 

2 People v. Donohue (1893), 24 Craig v. Hone, 2 Edw. 554; Good- 
X Y. Supl. 437. wright v. Wells, Doug. 771, Selby 

3 Moke v. Norrie, 14 Hun, 132; v. Alston, 3 Ves. 339; Philips v. 
Rogers v. Kogers, 111 N. Y. 228. Brydges, 3 Ves. 126; Harwood v. 
Cestuis que trust and relatives ought Oglander, 8 ves. 127, The rela- 
not to be appointed, but as there is tions of debtor and creditor, and 
often great difficulty in obtaining trustee and beneficiary, may, if 
proper trustees, the court occa- agreed to, co-exist in the same 
sionally relaxes its rules in this re- transaction, between the same par- 
spect. Brett's Lead. Cas. Mod. ties, if there is no inherent incom- 
Eq. 12; Ex parte Clutton, 17 Jur. patability (1895), Central Trust 
988; Ex parte Conybeare, 1 Week. Co. v. Burke, 1 Ohio N. P. 169; 
E. 458; Be Clissold, 10 Law T. (1ST. Curran v. Green (1S93), 18 K. I. 
S.) 642; Be Hattat's Trusts, 18 329; S. c, 27 Atl. Pep. 596. 



4j 24.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 31 

sought who will be likely to execute the trust in an impar- 
tial and conscientious manner, having regard alike to the 
interests of all concerned, and not to the interests of one 
as against those of another. 1 Members of a religious order 
may not be excluded from holding the position of a trustee 
if circumstances seem to demand their appointment. As a 
rule it is not desirable to make a cestui que trust or near 
relatives a trustee. Personal interest, or a very deep inter- 
est in one or more of the parties concerned, is a temptation 
to a breach of trust, but there is no law to forbid such ap- 
pointment, and there may be circumstances under which 
they may be admissible and absolutely necessary. 2 

§ 24. Rules of the Court in Appointing-. — Certain rules 
for their guidance in the appointment of trustees have 
been widely recognized by the courts of equity. In the 
case, In re Tempest, Lord Justice Turner presents the fol- 
lowing concise and lucid statement of the principles which 
are the basis of these rules: "First, the court will have 
regard to the wishes of the persons by whom the trust has 
been created, if expressed in the instrument creating the 
trust, or clearly to be collected from it. I think this rule 
may be safely laid down, because if the author of the trust 
has in terms declared that a particular person, or a person 
filling a particular character, should not be trustee of the 
instrument, there cannot, I apprehend, be the least doubt 
that the court would not appoint to the office a person 
whose appointment was so prohibited ; and I do not think 
that upon a question of this description any distinction can 
be drawn between express declaration and demonstrated in- 
tention. The analogy of the course which the court pur- 

1 In re Tempest, L. R. 1 Ch. 487; Rogers, 18 Hun, 409; s. c, 111 1ST. 
1 Perry on Trusts, §§ 39, 40. Y. 22S; Amory v. Lord, 9 N. Y. 

2 Wilding ■ v. Bolder. 21 Beav. 403; Tiffany v. Clark, 58 ST. Y. 632. 
222; Ex parte Olutton, 17 Jur. 988; For contrary holdings see Craig v. 
In re Tempest, L. R. 1 Ch. 485; Hone, 2 Edw. Ch. 554; Coster v. 
Story v. Palmer, 46 1ST. J. Eq. 1; Lorillard, 14 Wend. 265, 354, 380; 
Reid v. Reid, 30 Beav. 388 ; Cocks Wetmore v. Parker, 52 ~8. Y. 
v. Barlow, 5 Redf. 406; Moke v. 450; Bundy v. Bundy, 38 N. Y. 
Norrie, 14 Hun, 128; Rogers v. 410. 



32 CONSTITUTION OF TEUSTS. [§ 24. 

sues in the appointment of guardians affords, I think, some 
support to this rule. The court in those cases conforms to 
the wishes of the parents, however informally they may be 
expressed. Another rule which may, I think, be safely laid 
down, is this: That the court will not appoint a person to 
be a trustee with a view to the interest of some of the per- 
sons interested under the trust, in opposition either to the 
wishes of the testator or to the interests of other of the 
cestuis que trust. I think so for this reason : That it is of 
the essence of the duty of every trustee to hold an even 
hand between the parties interested in the trust. Every 
trustee is in duty bound to look after the interests of all, 
and not of any particular members of his cestui que trust. 
A third rule which may be safely laid down is, that the 
court, in appointing a trustee, will have regard to the ques- 
tion whether his appointment will promote or impede the 
execution of the trust, for the very purpose of the appoint- 
ment is that the trust may be better carried into execu- 
tion." 1 

1 Beach on Modern Equity Juris- and the "Powers and Duties of 

prudence, § 237. See generally the Trustees," in 26 L. T. 183, 210,218, 

series of articles on the "Appoint- 255; Gartside v. Gartside (1892), 

ment and Removal of Trustees," 113 Mo. 348. 



CHAPTER IV. 

HE CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS CONTINUED. 



THE SUBJECT-MATTER OP A TRUST. 



§ 25. Property that May Be As- 
signed. 

26. Choses in Actions, etc. 

27. Property Under a Foreign 

Jurisdiction. 



28. Lands Under a Foreign 

Jurisdiction. 

29. The Subject Continued. 

30. Property not the Subject 

of a Trust. 



§ 25. Property that May Be Assigned. — The rule is, 
that any sort of property, whether real or personal, that 
it is possible to assign at law, may be made the subject of 
a trust. 1 Law writers enumerate, as kinds of property that 
may be conveyed in trust, the grantor's equitable interest, 2 
a reversion, 3 a contingent interest, 4 a recipe for a medi- 
cine, 5 the copyright of a book, 6 a patent right, 7 a trade 
secret, 8 and growing crops. 9 Any property of this charac- 
ter may be the subject of a trust, unless there is some statu- 
tory requirement that prohibits the settlor from conveying 
it, or, — if it is real property, — the tenure under which it is 
held is inconsistent with the trust proposed. 10 



1 1 Lewin on Trusts, *47 ; Knight 
v. Bowyer, 23 Beav. 609; s. C, 2 
De Gex & J. 421 ; Hinkle v. Wan- 
zer, 17 How. 353. 

2 Cross v. Natl. Fire Ins. Co., 132 
N. Y. 133; Cochrane v. Schell, 140 
N. Y. 516; Gilbert v. Overton, 2 
Hem. & M. 110; Knight v. Bow- 
yer, 23 Beav. 609. 

3 Shafto v. Adams, 4 Giff . 492. 

* Wethered v. Wethered, 2 Sim. 
183; Beckley v. Newland, 2 P. 
Wms. 182; Harwood v. Tooke, 2 
Sim. 192. 



6 Green v. Folgham, 1 Sim. 398. 

6 Sims v. Marryatt, 17 Q. B. 
281. 

i Russell's Patent, 2 De Gex & J. 
130. 

s Morrison v. Moat, 6 Eng. L. & 
Eq. 14; S. C, 9 Hare, 241. 

8 Petch v. Tutim, 15 Mees. & W. 
110; Grantham v. Hawley, Hob. 
132; McCarthy v. Blevins, 5 Yerg. 
195; s. c, 26 Am. Dec. 262; Rob- 
inson v. Mauldin, 11 Ala. 977. 

10 Underbill on Trusts and Trus- 
tees, 63; Hill on Trustees, *44. 



34 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§§ 243-27, 

§ 26. Choses in Actions, etc. — Though it was not per- 
mitted at common law, yet, in equity, choses in actions, 1 ex- 
pectancies, 2 possibilities, 3 a naked power or authority,* 
property not in the possession of the settlor and not owned 
by him at the time, and property not even in esse, 5 may be 
assigned to a trustee. 

§ 27. Property Under a Foreign Jurisdiction — No 

question will be raised in regard to personal property, as it 
follows the person. If the court has jurisdiction over the 
parties it has jurisdiction over the property, and can en- 
force a trust or any other obligation in equity. 6 But if the 
property is beyond the jurisdiction of the court, some prac- 
tical difficulties may arise touching the execution of the de- 
crees of the court. 7 "When the trust is created by a judi- 
cial decree in another State, as by probate of a will in New 
York, the trustee is accountable in the courts of that State; 
and where the will has not been proved or recorded in the 
State of the former, nor any letters testamentary or of ad- 
ministration or trusteeship have been issued there, the trus- 
tee cannot be compelled to execute the trust, though resid- 
ing in the State of the former ; such is the settled law of 
Massachusetts." 8 A case of this character is not to be 



1 Morton v. Xaylor, 1 Hill, 583; ton v. Horton, 1 Hare, 549; Mo- 

Ex parte South, 3 Swans. 393; Williams v. Xisley, 2 Serg. & E. 

Yeates v. Groves, 1 Ves. Jr. 280; 509; s. c, 7 Am. Deo. 654; Stewart 

Burn v. Carvalho, 4 Mylne & C. v. Kirkland, 19 Ala. 1(>2; Brooks v. 

690; Row v. Dawson, 1 Ves. Sr. Hatch, 6. Leigh, 534; In re Ship 

331; Clemson v. Davidson, 5 Binn. Warre, 8 Price, 269; Wilson Est. 

392; Townsend v. Windham, 2 Ves. 2 Barr. 325; Pennock v. Coe, 23 

6; Ex parte Alderson, 1 Madd. 53; How. 117; Leslie v. Guthrie, 1 

Ryall v. Rolles, 1 Ves. 348. Bing. (X. Car.) 697; Hinkle v. 

2 Wethered v. Wethered, 2 Sim. Wanzer, 17 How. 353; Holroyd v. 

183; Douglasv. Russell, 4 Sim. 524; Marshall, 2 Giff. 382; Mitchell v. 

Langton v. Horton, 1 Hare, 549; Winslow, 2 Story, 630. 

Fitzgerald v. Vestal, 4 Tweed, 258. 6 Hill v. Reardon, 2 Russ. 608; 

3 Ham v. Van Orden, 84 X. Y. Hill on Trustees, *44; Chase v. 

287; Varish v. Edwards, 1 Hoff. Chase, 2 Allen, 101; Mason v. 

Ch. 383. Chambers, 4 J. J. Marsh. 402; 

* Brown v. Higgs, 8 Ves. 570. 1 Lewin on Trusts, *39. 

5 Field v. Mayor, etc., 2 Selden, 7 Booth v. Clark, 17 How. 327. 

179; s. c, 57 Am. Dec. 435; Lang- s 1 Perry on Trusts, §70; Jenkins 



§ 28. J CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 35 

identified with one in which the trust is created by instru- 
ment between the parties, with a decree of the court. 1 

§ 28. Lands Under a Foreign Jurisdiction. — Where 
the parties are within the jurisdiction of the court it will en- 
force natural equities and compel the fulfilling of contracts, 
provided there is no insuperable obstacle to the execution of 
the decree. 2 In an English case Lord Eldon "allowed a 
consignee to have a lien upon the application of general 
principles for proper advances upon estates in the West 
Indies. 3 So the court has enforced specific performance of 
articles between parties for ascertaining the boundaries of 
their estates abroad; 4 has compelled a person entitled to an 
estate in Scotland to give effect to an equitable mortgage 
by deposit of deeds of the Scotch estate, though by the 
law of Scotland a deposit of deeds created no lien; 5 has di- 
rected an account of the rents and profits of lands abroad; 6 
has ordered an absolute sale 7 and foreclosure of a mort- 
gage, 8 and has relieved against a fraudulent conveyance of 
an estate abroad, 9 and prevented a defendant, by injunc- 
tion, from taking possession." 10 In a general sense, at 



v. Lester, 131 Mass. 357, and cases 314; Drummond v. Drummond, 37 

there cited. L. J. (ST. S.) Ch. 811; s. C, 17 W. 

1 Massie v. Watts, 6 Cranch, 148, R. 6. 

160. 5 Ex parte Pollard, 3 Mont. & 

2 Watkins v. Holman, 16 Pet. 25; Ayr. 340; reversed Mont. & Chit. 
Massie v. Watts, 6 Cranch, 160; De 239. But see Norris v. Chambers, 
Klyn v. Watkins, 3 Sandf. Ch. 185 ; 29 Beav. 246. 

Guild v. Guild, 16 Ala. 121; Sut- 6 Koberdeau v. Rous, 1 Atk. 543. 

phen v. Fowler, 9 Paige, 280 ; 7 Ibid. 544. 

Vaughan v. Barclay, 6 Whart. 392; 8 Toller v. Carteret, 2 Vera. 494; 
Church v. Wiley, 2 Hill Ch. 584; Paget v.Ede, 18L. R.Eq. IIS. And 
Hughes v. Hall, 5 Muni. 431; Shat- see Be Longdendale Cotton Spin- 
tuck v. Cassidy, 3 Edw. Ch. 152. ning Co., 8 Ch. Div. 150. 

3 Scott v. Nesbitt, 14 Ves. 438. 9 Arglasse v. Muschamp, 1 Vern. 

4 Penn v. Lord Baltimore, 1 Ves. 75. 

444, and Belt's Suppt. And see I0 Cranstown v. Johnston, 5 Ves. 



Roberdeau v. Rous, 1 Atk. 543 
Angus v. Angus, West's Rep. 23 
Tullock v. Hartley, 1 Y. & C. Ch 
Cas. 144; Cood v. Good, 33 Beav 



278. And see Bunbury v. Bunbury, 
1 Beav. 318; Hope v. Carnegie, 1 
L. R. Ch. App. 320. 



36 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§29. 

least, this doctrine prevails in this country. Chief Justice 
Marshall says: "Upon the authority of these cases, and 
others which are to be found in the books, as well as upon 
general principles, this court is of opinion that in case 
of fraud, of trust, or of contract, the jurisdiction of a 
court of chancery is sustainable wherever the person 
be found, although lands not within the jurisdiction of 
that court may be affected by the decree." 1 If the land 
is within the jurisdiction of the court, while the parties 
are not, a specific performance of contracts cannot be 
enforced. 2 This doctrine, however, has been materially 
modified by more recent decisions. It has been held that 
if the court has jurisdiction over the property it has the 
right to compel the performance of the contract by a de- 
cree vesting title in conformity with the rights of the par- 
sies. 3 

§ 29. The Subject Continued. — There are cases in 
which it has been held that a court of equity has juris- 
diction of a trust, though both the property and the 
trustee were beyond its jurisdiction. The Supreme Court 
of Massachusetts has held that the court has power to 
regulate and control the administration of trust estates, cre- 
ated by the wills of citizens of that State, and which have 
been proved and established by the State courts, though 
the residence of both the trustee and of the cestui que trust 
were out of the commonwealth ; Chief Justice Bigelow said : 
"The residence of the trustee and cestui que trust out 

1 Farley v. Shippen, Wythe, 135; Hall, 5 Muni. 431 ; Vaughan v. 

Massiev.Watts,6Cranch.l60; Kil- Barclay, 6 Whart. 392; Watkins v. 

dare v. Eustace, 1 Vera. 419; Ward Holman, 16 Pet. 25; Guild v. Guild, 

v. Arredondo, Hopk. 213 ; De Klyn 16 Ala. 121 ; White v. White, 7 Gill 

v. Watkins, 3 Sand. Ch. 185; Guer- & J. 208. See Lewis v. Nelson, 1 

rant v. Fowler, 1 Hen. & M. 4; McCarter, 94. 

Shattuck v. Cassidy, 3 Edw. Ch. 2 Spurr v. Scoville, 3 Cush. 578; 

152 ; Newton v. Bronson, 3 Kerr, Meux v. Maltby, 2 Swanst. 277 ; 

587 ; Sutphen v. Fowler, 9 Paige, Fell v. Brown, 2 Bro. Ch. 276. 

280; Episcopal Church v. Wiley, s Fry on Specific Performance, 

2 Hill Ch. 584; Dickinson v. p. 50; 22 Am. & Eng. Enc. L., 919,. 

Hoomes, 8 Grat. 353; Hughes v. 920. 



§ 29.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 37 

of the commonwealth does not take away the power 
of this court to regulate and control the proper admin, 
istration of trust estates which are created by wills made 
by citizens of this State, and which have been proved 
and established in the courts of this commonwealth. 
• The legal existence of the trust takes effect and validity 
from the proof of the will, and the right of the trustee to 
receive the trust fund is derived from the decree of the pro- 
bate court. If the trustee is unfaithful, or abuses his trust, 
that court has jurisdiction to remove him, in concurrence 
with this court, on the application of those beneficially in- 
terested in the estate." 1 A trustee holding property by a 
direct conveyance can sue in any court which has jurisdic- 
tion of the parties or the property, but he can seek reap- 
pointment as trustee only in the State over which the juris- 
diction of the court extends. 2 If the parties are present a 
court may make a decree in personam. It is sufficient if 
the person against whom the decree is made, is found and 
served within the jurisdiction. In the case of Mead v. 
Merritt, before the court of chancery of the State of New 
York, Chancellor Walworth said: "Where a party is 
within the jurisdiction of this court, so that on a bill prop- 
erly filed here this court has jurisdiction of his person, 
although the' subject-matter of the suit maj r be situated else- 
where, it may, by the ordinary process of injunction and 
attachment for contempt, compel him to desist from com- 
mencing a suit at law, either in this State or any foreign 
jurisdiction. And it may in the same manner compel 
him to execute a conveyance, or release, in such form as 
may be necessary to transfer the legal title to the property, 
according to the laws of the country where the same is 
situated, or which will be sufficient in law to bar an action 
in any foreign tribunal." 3 

1 Chase v. Chase, 2 Allen, 101; Woodward v. Schatzell, 3 Johns. 
Curtis v. Smith, 60 Barb. 9. Ch. 412; Mitchell v. Bunch, 2 

2 Curtis v. Smith, 6 Blatch. 537. Paige, 606; Chalmers v. Hack, 19 

3 Mead v. Merritt, 2 Paige, 404; Me. 124; Dehon v. Foster, 4 Allen, 
White v. White, 7 Gill & J. 208; 545; Beal v. Burchstead, 10 Cush. 



38 



CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 



[§30. 



§ 30. Property not the Subject of a Trust. — There 
are certain choses in actions, interests, rights, claims, etc., 
that cannot be assigned in equity. In some instances this 
is prohibited by statute, and in others it has been decided 
to be against public policy to permit assignments of them. 
It has been held that an army officer cannot assign or pledge 
his commission or his pay ; J a judge cannot assign his sal- 
ary, 2 and a pension given for the honorable support of the 
dignity of a title cannot be assigned, 3 but a pension or an- 
nuity conferred for services rendered in the past may be 
assigned. 4 The principle on which these decisions are 
based seems to be that where a salary, a pension or an an- 
nuity is given by the State, it is a matter in which the State 
has an interest. It is designed to maintain the dignity of 
the State, or to enable the person on whom it is conferred 
to render the State efficient service. On this ground such 
officers are not permitted to deprive themselves of the ade- 
quate support which the State provides. Other matters 



523; Moody v. Gay, 15 Gray, 457; 
Bank v. Rutland, 28 Vt. 470; Cage 
v. Cassidy, 23 How. 109; Great 
Falls Mfg. Co. v. Worster, 23 N. 
H. 470; Pearce v. Olney, 20 Conn. 
544; Story's Equity Jurisprudence, 
§§ 899, 900; Briggs v. French, 1 
Sumn. 504. But where courts of 
different States have concurrent 
jurisdiction, the parties may exer- 
cise their choice. McKim v. Vor- 
hies, 7 Cranch, 279; English v. 
Miller, 2 Rich. Eq. 320; Coster v. 
Griswold, 4 Edw. Ch. 377; Craft 
v. Lathrop. 2 Wall. Jr. 103; Bick- 
nell v. Field, 8 Paige, 440; Vaill v. 
Knapp, 49 Barb. 299. 

1 Collier v. Fallon, 1 Turn. & 
Rus. 459. And see L"Estrange v. 
L'Estrange, 1 Eng. L. & Eq. 153; 
Stone v. Lidderdale, 2 Anst. 533; 
Priddy v. Rose, 3 Mer. 102 ; Tun- 
stall v. Boothby, 10 Sim. 540; 
Flarty v. Odium, 3 T. R. 681; 



Lidderdale v. Montrose, 4 T. E. 
248. 

2 Arbuthnot v. Norton, 5 Moore, 
P. C. C. 219; Cooper v. Reilley, 2 
Sim. 560; Palmer v. Bate, 6 Moore, 
28; s. c.,2Brod. &Bing.673; Hill 
v. Paul, 8 CI. & Fin. 295. In State 
Bank v. Hastings, 15 Wis. 75, it 
was held that a judge could assign 
his salary. 

3 Davis v. Marlborough, 1 Swanst. 
79; McCarthy v. Gould, 1 Ball. & 
Beatt. 387 ; Price v. Lovett, 4 Eng. 
L. & Eq. 110; Greenfell v. Dean, 
2 Beav. 550; Wells v. Foster, 8 M. 
& W. 149; Spooner v. Payne, 10 
Eng. L. & Eq. 207. 

4 Alexander v. Wellington, 2 Bus. 
& My. 35; Tunstall v. Boothby, 10 
Sim. 452; Feistal v. King's Col- 
lege, 10 Beav. 491; Butcher v. 
Musgrove, 2 Beav. 550; Stevens v. 
Bagwell, 15 Ves. 139. 



§ 30. J CONSTITUTION OF TEUSTS. 39 

not subject to be assigned in trust are a right to file a bill 
in equity for a fraud committed upon the assignor, or to sue 
for a tort and a naked expectancy arising from a peculiar 
position. 1 

1 Prosser v. Edmonds, 1 Y. & C. Story's Equity Jurisprudence, §§ 

481; Dunklin v. Wilkins, 5 Ala. 1040-1055; 3 Lead. Cas. in Eq. pp. 

199; Gardner v. Adams, 12 Wend. 279-3S0 (3d Am. Ed.); Garrowv. 

297; McKee v. Judd, 2 Kerr, 622; Davis, 15 How. 277. 



CHAPTEE V. 

THE CONSTITUTION OF TEUSTS CONTINUED. 



WHO MAY BK CESTUI QUE TRUST. 



§ 31. The Sovereign or State as 
a Beneficiary. 

32. Eights of Corporations. 

33. Infants as Cestuis Que 

Trust. 



§ 34. Eights of Aliens. 

35. An Insane Person as Cestui 

Que Trust. 

36. In General. 



§ 31. The Sovereign or State as a Beneficiary. — 

Under the recent decisions of the English courts the 
sovereign may take personal property as cestui que trust 
in the same manner as a private person, 1 and there are 
no instances in which the court of chancery has refused 
to decree the execution of a trust in real estate in 
favor of the crown, whether found of record or other- 
wise. Essentially the same rule is followed in this coun- 
try. Unless there are statutes by which it is pro- 
hibited, property, whether real or personal, may be 
assigned to trustees for the benefit of the State or of 
the United States, in the same manner as for individuals. 
In the case of Lamar v. Simpson, relating to a conveyance 
of land in fee to one of the solicitors of the State by 
name, to himself, "his heirs and assigns, for the State 
of South Carolina," it was held to vest the legal title in 
the State. 2 It has been held that a deed to trustees, in 
trust, to sell, the proceeds to be devoted to the payment of 

1 Middleton v. Spicer, 1 Bro. Ch. 185; Ashton v. Langdale, 4 Eng. 

201 ; Brummel v. McPherson, 5 L. & Eq. SO. 

Euss. 2G4; Nightingale v. Goul- 2 Lamar v. Simpson, 1 Eieh. Ch. 

bourne, 5 Hare, 4S4; s. C, 2 Phill. 71. 
594; Mitford v. Reynolds, 1 Phill. 



$§ 32-33. J CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 41 

a debt which the grantor owed to the United States, is 
valid, notwithstanding the statute which forbids the pur- 
chase of land on account of the United States, unless au- 
thorized by act of Congress. 1 

§ 32. Bights of Corporations. — In regard to real es- 
tate the rights of corporations as beneficiaries are limited 
by the conditions of their charters, and by the statutes to 
which they are subject. Where they are not competent to 
hold the legal title to real estate they cannot be cestuls que 
trust in it. 2 Corporations may be beneficiaries in personal 
property to the same extent as individuals. 3 Unincor- 
porated associations may be cesluis que trust of personal 
property, and an authorized agent, secretary or treas- 
urer may direct the trustee in the administration of his 
trust. 4 In unincorporated trusts for benevolent purposes it 
is not necessary that the beneficiaries should be capable of 
taking the legal title. In many instances, as in a trust 
created for the benefit of the poor, for education, for the 
support and promulgation of the gospel and many other 
charitable purposes, the beneficiaries are constantly chang- 
ing, and at the creation of the trust are altogether un- 
known. But such trusts are valid, and the courts of equity 
will protect the rights of the beneficiaries, and, so far as 
may be necessary, provide for their administration. 5 

§ 33. Infants as Cestuis Que Trust. — A trust may be 
created for the benefit of children in esse at the time of the 
creation of the trust, or that may be born in the future. A 
devise to a father in trust for accumulation for the benefit 

1 >TeiIson v. Lagow, 12 How. 107 ; v. McDonald, 15 Sim. 6; Rittson 
3 Stat, at Large, 568, May 1, 1820. v. Stordy, 3 Sm. & Gif. 230; Attor- 

2 Hill on Trustees, *52; 1 Lewin ney-General v. Sands, Hard. 495 
on Trusts, *36. Fourdrin v. Gowdy, 3 M. & K. 383 

3 Hill on Trustees, *52 ; 1 Lewin Burgess v. Wheate, 1 Eden, 188 
on Trusts, *36. Du Hourmelin v. Sheldon, 1 Beav. 

4 Dumoncel v. Dumoncel, 13 Ir. 79; s. C, 4 My. & Cr. 525; Master 
Eq. 92; Vin. Ab. Alien, a. 8; God- v. De Croismar, 11 Beav. 184. 
frey v. Dixon, Godb. 275 ; Barrow B Post, Chapter on Charitable 
v. Watkin, 24 Beav. 1 ; King v. Hoi - Trusts. 

land, Al. 16 ; s. c, Styl. 21 ; Burney 



42 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§ 34. 

of his children, lawfully begotten at the time of the father's 
death, was held to be good, although at the time of the 
creation of the trust he had no children. 1 An illegitimate 
child, born or in ventre sa mere, may be a beneficiary, 2 but 
a trust for illegitimate children that may be thereafter 
begotten, is held as against good morals, and will not be 
enforced by the courts. 3 No trust will be enforced by a 
court of equity that is founded upon a fraudulent transac- 
tion, that is malum in se, that is malum prohibitum, that is 
immoral, or that is contrary to public policy. 4 

§ 34. Rights of Aliens. — The rights of an alien to 
personal property will be protected by the courts to the 
same extent as those of a citizen. 5 As beneficiary of a trust 
in real estate he can maintain his right against all par- 
ties except the State. At any time the State can claim 
and appropriate the equitable interest. 6 This is the rule 
in regard to a naked trust, but if the trust is executory, 
the court will not disturb the right of the beneficiary. 
Where a testator directed the sale of certain lands and the 

1 Ashurst v. Givens, 5 Watts. & s Wilkinson v. Wilkinson, 1 Y. & 
S. 329; Carson v. Carson, 1 Wins. C. Ch. Cas. 657; Medworth v. 
(X. Car.) 24. It is no objection to Pope, 27 Beav. 21; Howarth v. 
a decree authorizing the sale of Mills, L. R. 2 Eq. 389; Pratt v. 
lands held in trust for minors, that Mathew, 22 Beav. 528. 

the beneficiaries of the trust may i Ownes v. Ownes, 8 C. E. Green, 

include some persons not yet born, 60; Battinger v. Budenbecker, 63 

where such persons will take as Barb. 404; s. c, 69 Barb. 395. 

grandchildren of the creator of the 5 Bradwell v. Weeks, 1 Johns, 

trust, and his other grandchildren Ch. 206; Hamersley v. Lambert, 2 

who are also beneficiaries are Johns. Ch. 508. 

made parties to the suit, since the 6 Dumoncel v. Dumoncel, 13 Ir. 

unborn grandchildren are repre- Eq. 92 ; Viner's Abridgment, Alien, 

sented by those who are alive, a. 8; Attorney-General v. Sands, 

Hale v. Hale (1893), 146 111. 227; Hard. 495; Godfrey v. Dixon, Godb. 

S. C.,33N. E. Rep. 858. 275; King v. Holland, Al. 16; S. C, 

2 Pratt v. Flamer, 7 Har. &J.10; Styl. 21; Barrow v. Wadkin, 24 
Gabb v. Prendergast, 3 Eq. R.648; Beav. 1; Burney v. McDonald, 15 
Gardner v. Heyer, 2 Paige, 11 ; Col- Sim. 6; Fourdrin v. Gowdy, 3 M. & 
lins v. Hosie, 9 Paige, 81; In re K. 383; Burgess v. Wheate, 1 Eden, 
Connor, 2 Jones & Lat. 456 ; Owen 1S8; Master v. De Croismar, 11 
v. Bryant, 21 L. J. Ch. 860; Evans Beav. 184; Da Hourmelin v. Shel- 
v. Davies, 7 Hare, 498. don, 1 Beav. 79. 



§ 35.] CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. 43 

division of the proceeds among a number of persons, a part 
of whom were aliens, the court treated that as done at the 
time of the testator's death which he had ordered to be 
done, and held that it was a devise of mere personalty. 
On this ground it refused to allow the crown to elect 
to keep the funds in land in order to work a forfeit- 
ure. 1 Where an agent, in collecting a debt for an alien, took a 
deed of real estate in trust, the land to be sold and the pro- 
ceeds paid to the alien creditor, the heirs of the agent, hav- 
ing sold the land, were ordei'ed to pay the proceeds to the 
principal. 2 But in a case in which an alien bought lands, 
paying the price in money, but took the deed in the name 
of a citizen as trustee, it was held that the land was a trust 
for the State. 3 The courts will not permit lands belonging 
to an alien and liable to escheat to be sold for the payment 
of debts, in order that he may take the legacy out of the 
personalty, 4 and they will not decree a resulting trust in 
favor of an alien. 5 

§ 35. An Insane Person as Cestui Que Trust. — 

Where property is devised to trustees with power to 
"pay over any of the income, or of the principal, if nec- 
essary, from time to time, for the education or wants" 
of the cestui que trust, he being an insane person, testator 
requesting "that from the income of said property and 
from the principal, if necessary, there shall be expended 
liberally, from time to time, whatever may be neces- 
sary to add to his comfort or to contribute to the gratifi- 
cation of his wishes and tastes," the cestui que trust may 

1 Rittson v. Stordy, 3 Sm. & Gif. 2 McCaw v. Galbrath, 7 Rich. 

240; Burney v. MacDonald, 15 i^Law) 74; Austin v. Brown, 6 

Sim. 14; Du Hourmelin v. Shel- Paige, 448. 

dcm ; 1 Beav. 79 ; 4 My. & Or. 525 ; 3 Hubbard v. Goodwin, 3 Leigh, 

Master v. De Croismaf, 11 Beav. 492. 

184; Barrow v. Wadkin, 24 Beav. i Trezevant v. Howard, 5Des.87. 
1; Craig v. Leslie, 3 Wheat. 563; 5 Leggett v. Dubois, 5 Paige Ch. 
Austin v. Brown, 6 Paige, 448; 114; Phillips v. Crammond, 2 
Neilson v. Lagow, 12 How. 107; Wash. C. 0. 441; Taylor v. Ben- 
Commonwealth v. Martin, 5 Munf. ham, 5 How. 233, 270; Farley v. 
117; Meakings v. Cromwell, 1 Sel- Shippen, Wythe, 135. 
den, 136. 



44 CONSTITUTION OF TRUSTS. [§36. 

be supported from the income of the fund, though sufficient 
other property was given to him for his support. 1 

§ 36. In General. — The rule is that equity follows the 
law, and that persons who are capable of holding the legal 
title to property are capable of taking the equitable title as 
beneficiaries through the agency of a trustee. 2 

1 Hull v. Putnam (1890), 152 of the donor. Teegarden v. Lewis 

Mass. 123; S. c, 25 jST. E. Rep. 40. (Ind., 1893), 35 N". E. Rep. 24. 

Where money is received as a gift 2 HillonTrustees,*52; lLewinon 

from a person of unsound mind, Trusts, *35; Sanderson Uses, 370; 

the law implies that it is held by Trotter v. Blocker, Porter, 269. 
the donees for the use and benefit 



CHAPTEE VI. 



EXPRESS TKUSTS. 



37. 


How Created. 


§ 49. 


The Subject Continued. 


38. 


The Subject Continued. 


50. 


Trusts in Writing not 


39. 


Formalities Required. 




Changed by Parol. 


40. 


The Same Subject. 


61. 


Trusts of Personal Prop- 


41. 


Declaration of Trusk 




erty. 


42. 


The Subject Continued. 


52. 


The Subject Continued. 


43. 


The Same Subject. 


53. 


Trusts in Bank Deposits. 


44. 


Insufficient Declaration. 


54. 


The Subject Continued. 


45. 


The Subject Continued. 


55. 


The Beneficiary to be 


46. 


Declaration of Trust by An- 




Named. 




swer in Chancery. 


56. 


Sufficient Designation. 


47. 


The Subject Continued. 


57. 


Notice to Parties. 


48. 


Imperfect Gift not a Trust. 







§ 37. How Created. — With reference to the manner 
of their creation, all trusts fall into one or the other of two 
classes, designated as express and implied. Express trusts 
are such as are created by the deliberate or intentional act 
of the settlor, and implied trusts are trusts which, without 
such voluntary act, arise out of the transactions of the par- 
ties by operation of law. Formerly, at common law, a 
trust, whether the estate consisted of real or of personal 
property, or of both, might be created by parol. The 
earlier mode of conveying land was by what was known as 
a feoffment. But even the formalities of this method of 
conveyance were not essential. It was sufficient that the 
land was conveyed by livery of seizin in the presence of 
witnesses who were freeholders of the vicinity. By this act 
the estate in freehold was vested in the feoffee, and the pos- 
session was transferred to him. Lord Chief Baron Gilbert 
states the law as follows: "At common law a use might 
have been raised by words upon a conveyance that passed 



46 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 38. 

the possession by some solemn act, as a feoffment; but 
where there was no such act, then, it seems, a deed declara- 
tory of the use was necessary ; for, as a feoffment might be 
made at common law by parol, so might the uses be declared 
by parol. But when a deed was necessary for passing the 
estate itself it was also requisite for the declaration of the 
uses. Thus a man could not covenant to stand seized to 
uses without a deed ; but a bargain and sale by parol has 
raised a use without." 1 At the present time decisions on 
this point are of interest to the profession in this country, 
chiefly as a matter of history. 

§ 38. The Subject Continued. — In most of the States 
the adoption of the statute of frauds makes it nec- 
essary that all conveyances of lands, or of interests in real 
estate of any sort, should be by deed, duly acknowledged 
and recorded. But questions relating to this point may 
arise in regard to conveyances made prior to the adoption 
of the statute of frauds in those States in which it is now 
in force, and also where it is not in force, in regard to con- 
veyances of a recent elate. In Ohio in a recent case it was 
said that: "Previous to the enactment of the statute 
of frauds of this State, a trust might be created in real 
estate by parol, and established by parol evidence, and 
there is nothing in our statute which prevents the establish- 
ment of an express trust in lands hy evidence of the same 
kind. By the seventh section of the English statute of 
frauds, it is required that all declarations or creations of 
trusts of lands shall be manifested and proved by some 
writing signed by the party who is by law enabled to de- 
clare the trust, but this section, and the eighth and ninth 
sections, of that statute in relation to trusts, are omitted 
from our statute, and express trusts are allowed to be 
proved by parol evidence as well as resulting trusts which 
arise by operation of law, and are unaffected by the stat- 
ute." 2 In some other States the seventh section of the 

1 Gilbert on Uses, 270; Adling- 646; Fleming v. Donahoe, 5 Ohio, 

ton v. Cann, 3 Atk. 141. 256; Broadrup v. Woodman, 27 

' Harvey v. Gardner, 41 Ohio St. Ohio St. 553; Matthews v. Leaman, 



* 38.] 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



47 



statute of frauds has not been adopted, and where that i-; 
the case trusts in real estate may be proved by parol. Of 
these are Virginia, 1 Tennessee, 2 North Carolina 3 and Texas. 4 
These, however, are the exceptions. In most of the States 
the statute of frauds is in force. The seventh section of 
this statute provides that "declarations, or creations of trusts, 
or confidences of any lands, tenements or hereditaments, 
shall be manifested and proved by some writing signed by 
the party who is by law enabled to declare such trust, or by 
his last will in writing, or else they shall be utterly void 
and of none effect." It is to be observed that this statute 
does not require that the trust shall be created in writing, 
but simply that it shall be manifested and proved by some 
writing. The end for which the statute of frauds was 
enacted was answered by this provision. 5 There is a degree 
of uncertainty in regard to the construction to be put upon 
the language of the statutes of some of the States, as the 
words of the seventh section have been somewhat modified. 
In some instances there was an apparent intention to sub- 
stitute the words "created and declared" for the words of 



24 Obio St. 615. See also Starr v. 
Starr, 1 Ohio, 321 ; Ready v. Keasby, 
14 Mich. 215; Mclntire v. Skinner, 
4 Greene, 89. 

1 Bank of United States v. Car- 
rington, 7 Leigh, 576; Walraven 
v. Lock, 2 Patt. & H. 549. 

2 'Wilburn v. Spofford, 4 Sneed, 
705 ; Haywood v. Ensley, 8 Humph. 
460; Thompson v. Thompson, 1 
Yerg. 100; McLanahan v. McLan- 
ahan, 6 Humph. 99. 

3 Fay v. Fay, 2 Hayw. 131 ; Riggs 
v. Swann, 6 Jones Eq. 131 ; Shel- 
ton v. Shelton, 5 Jones Eq. 292; 
McLaurin v. Fairley, 6 Jones Eq. 
375; Link v. Link, 90 X. Car. 235; 
Wright v. Cain, 93 N". C. 301. 

4 Pierce v. Fort, 60 Tex. 464 
Miller v. Thatcher, 9 Tex. 482 
Groover v. Rush, 27 Tex. 231 
Osterman v. Baldwin, 6 Wall. 116 
Spiers v. Purcell, 2 U. C. 624 



Brotherton v. Weathersby, 73 Tex. 
471; Holland v. Farthing, 2 Civ. 
App. Tex. 155. 

5 Brown on Statute of Frauds 
(4th ed.), p. 582; Foster v. Hale, 3 
Ves. Jr. 707; S. c, 5 Ves. 315; 
Smith v. Matthews, 3 De G. F. & 
J. 139; Randall v. Morgan, 12 Ves. 
74; Unitarian Society v. Wood- 
bury, 14 Me. 281 ; Steere v. Steere, 
5 Johns. Ch. 1 ; Movan v. Hays, 1 
Johns. Ch. 339; McCubbin v. 
Cromwell, 7 Gill & J. 157 ; Barrell 
v. Joy, 16 Mass. 221; Pinney v. 
Fellows, 15 Vt. 525; Rutledge v. 
Smith, 1 McCord Ch. 119; John- 
son v. Ronald, 4 Muni. 77; Hutch- 
inson v. Tindall, 2 Green Ch. 357; 
Lane v. Ewing, 31 Mo. 75 ; Safford 
v. Rantoul, 12 Pick. 233; Gibson v. 
Foote, 40 Miss. 7S8; Reid v. Reid, 
12 Rich. Eq. 213. 



48 



EXPRESS TEUSTS. 



[§ 39: 



the original statute, "manifested and proved." 1 The pres- 
ent tendency seems to be to construe the statute of frauds 
and the statutes of the States that have somewhat modified 
the seventh section of the statute of frauds as meaninc 
manifested and proved in the ordinary sense, as distin- 
guished from created and declared. 2 In Maine, there has 
been a recognition of the doctrine that "the change of 
phraseology in the revision of the statutes from created and 
manifested to created and declared wrought a change of the 
law, so that, under the local statute, an express trust 
need not be created by writing; it is sufficient that it 
be subsequently declared by a writing signed by the party 
charged with the trust." Although the statute pro- 
vides that there can be no trust concerning lands, ex- 
cept trusts arising or resulting by implication of law, 
unless created or declared by some writing, signed by the 
party or his attorney, it was held : 1. That "some writing" 
means any writing, however informal, from which the ex- 
istence and terms of the trust can be understood, whether 
intended by the signer as such or not; that letters, memo- 
randa or other writing of a party, delivered or left by him 
and found among his papers, are sufficient. 2. Also, that 
where the facts are contained in several writings, one may 
be signed and the others refeiTed to. 3 

§ 39. Formalities Required. — It is necessary, not only 
that the trust estate should be conveyed in a legal manner 
to the alleged trustee, or that it should be held by him as 
such, but also that there should be, in addition to this, a 
clear and unequivocal setting forth in writing of the in- 
tention to create a trust. This evidence may come from 
the settlor who intends to create the trust, or it may come 
from the trustee to whom the land is conveyed, but it can- 
not come from the beneficiary. The grantor may declare 



1 Bibb v. Hunter, 79 Ala. 351 
Pinnock v. Clough, 16 Vt. 508 
Jenkins v. Eldredge, 3 Story, 294 

2 Pratt v. Ayer, 2 Chand. 265 
Corse v. Leggett, 25 Barb. 394 



Wright v. Douglas, 3 Seld. 5S9; 
Forster v. Hale, 3 Ves. Jr. 696; 
Cook v. Barr, 44 N. Y. 158. 

3 McClellan v. McClellan, 65 Me. 
500, construing R. S., ch. 73, § 11. 



§39.] 



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49 



his purpose to create a trust in the deed, or in the will in 
which the land is conveyed or devised to the trustee, or he 
may declare it in an instrument altogether separate and dis- 
tinct from the conveyance, 1 or he may, by such instrument, 
declare himself a trustee, and that he holds the land in 
trust, naming the beneficiary, without any conveyance of 
the legal title. 2 Where the purpose of the grantor to create 
a trust is not set forth in the instrument by which the 
estate is conveyed, it may be adequately declared and 
proved by the testimony of the trustee to whom it is con- 
veyed, or who is the holder of the legal title. This decla- 
ration may be made at the time of the conveyance or at a 



' In an action to have it declared 
that defendant held certain land in 
trust for the joint benefit of him- 
self and H, plaintiff's testator, it 
appeared that, a few years after 
the property was conveyed to de- 
fendant, he executed a power of 
attorney to H's law partner, au- 
thorizing him to sell the land, and 
at the same time wrote to the at- 
torney that the proceeds of sale 
would belong to H and defendant 
jointly. After H's death, there 
was found in his safe a paper un- 
signed, but wholly in defendant's 
writing, describing the property as 
it was in the deed, and stating that 
the deed said "nothing about our 
being entitled to 600 inches." 
There were also in evidence letters 
from defendant to H and his son 
about the property and taxes 
thereon, and a letter to a tenant 
thereon, in which he said: "Al- 
though the title of the whole prop- 
erty is. in me, there is another 
party who has an interest." It was 
held that the evidence was suffi- 
cient to establish the trust; laws 
I860, ch. 322, providing that a trust 
in land may be proved by any 
writing subscribed by the party 
declaring the trust. Hutchins v. 
4 



Van Vechten (1S94), 140 X. Y. 
115; s. C, 35 X. E. Kep. 446. 

2 Patton v. Beecher, 62 Ala. 579. 
In this case it was held that "parol 
trusts in opposition to the terms of 
a written instrument can be en- 
forced only on clear and precise 
allegation, supported by plain and 
convincing proof, and a closer cor- 
respondence between the pleadings 
and proof is required in such case 
than in OTdinary causes, for the 
reason that they are raised and en- 
forced in opposition to the terms 
of a written instrument." Wallace 
v. Wainwright, 87 Pa. St. 263; 
Hearst v. Pujol, 44 Cal. 230, 235; 
Miles v. Thof ne, 38 Cal. 335 ; Tay- 
lor v. Sayles, 57 X. H. 465 ; Barnes 
v. Taylor, 27 X. J.Eq. 259; Tanner 
v. Skinner, 11 Bush, 120. A mem- 
orandum signed by a decedent not 
addressed to any person found 
among his papers, a sufficient dec- 
laration of trust with respect to 
certain land constituting him a 
trustee. Urann v. Coates, 109 
Mass. 581. The grantor may de- 
clare the trust by an instrument 
separate from the conveyance to 
the trustee. Wood v. Cox, 2 Myl. 
& C. 684. 



50 



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[§ 39. 



later date, and though it must be done in writing no par- 
ticular form of words is required. 1 The acceptance of the 
trust by the trustee may be direct and positive by his exe- 
cuting the conveyance or other instrument, or by his assent 
to the will, or it may be inferred from his management of 
the property. In the absence of any declaration or other 
evidence he is presumed to accept the trust. 2 A trustee is 
bound only as he accepts the trust, but the trust is not in- 
validated by his failure or refusal. While his disclaimer 
frees him from any obligation to execute the trust, the 
rights of the beneficiary are in no sense dependent upon his 
acceptance. A court of equity will never suffer an express 
trust, in regard to which there is no question, to fail for 
lack of a trustee. 



1 A distinct written statement 
specifying the terms of the trust 
and the parties to it, subscribed by 
the trustee, whether addressed to 
or delivered to the cestui que trust 
or not, or whether intended to be 
evidence of the trust or not when 
made, is a . sufficient declaration. 
Bates v. Hurd, 65 Me. ISO. It is 
sufficient that a trust is declared 
by a writing subscribed by the 
trustee subsequent to the convey- 
ance. McClellan v. McClellan, 65 
Me. 500. Letter written by the 
trustee and the lands mentioned in 
the letter as affected by the trust 
may be identified by evidence of 
the surrounding circumstances. 
Moore v. Pickett, 62 111. 158. See 
also on letter by trustee, Kingsbury 
v. Burnside, 58 111. S10; Johnson 
v. Deloney, 35 Tex. 42; Phelps v. 
Seeley, 22 Gratt. 573. Grantees de- 
claring themselves trustees by 
written agreement : Baldwin v. 
Humphrey, 44 N. Y. 609. A trust 
being presumed from the circum- 
stances, and afterwards acknowl- 
edged by the trustee, his contract 
with cestuis que trust, his brothers, 



was enforceable. Goldsmith v. 
Goldsmith, 6 Misc. Eep. 12; s. c, 
25 N". Y. Supl. 993. 

2 Montford v. Cadogan, 17 Ves. 
485; s. c, 19 Ves. 635, 638; Urch 
v. Walker, 3 Myl. & C. 702; Kir- 
wan v. Daniel, 5 Hare, 493; Eyrick 
v. Hetrick, 13 Pa. St. 489; Flint v. 
Clinton Co., 12 X. H. 430; Lyle v. 
Burke, 40 Mich. 499; Hurst v. 
Pujol, 44 Cal. 230. Whether the 
want arises from the fact that no 
trustee was named, or from the 
trustee's refusal to act, or from 
other cause, the court will appoint 
a trustee or will treat the person in 
whom the legal title is vested as a 
trustee. King v. Donnelly, 5 
Paige, 46; Cushney v. Henry, 4 
Paige, 344; Shepherd v. McEvers, 
4 Johns. Ch. 136 ; s. C, 8 Am. Deo. 
561 ; Crocheron v. Jacques, 3 Edw. 
Ch. 207; De Barante v. Gott, 6 
Barb. 492; Griffith's Adin'r v. 
Griffith, 5 B. Monr. 113; Furman 
v. Fisher, 4 Cold. 626; s. c, 94 
Am. Dec. 210; Peter v. Beverly, 10 
Pet. 532; Druid Park, etc. Co. v. 
Oettinger, 53 Md. 46; Adams v. 
Adams, 21 Wall. 185. 



§ 40.] EXPRESS TRUSTS. 51 

§ 40. The Subject Continued. — In those States, as 
New York, Michigan, etc., in which the creation of trusts in 
real estate is, to a great extent, regulated by statute, no form- 
alities relating to the instrument by which the trust is mani- 
fested are prescribed. 1 It is not necessary that the purpose 
of the trust should be set forth in the words of the statute ; it 
is sufficient if the intention of the settlor is made plain by the 
instrument. 2 It is not necessary that the terms and conditions 
of a trust should all be contained in one paper. They may 
be embodied in two or more papers, provided they are 
so drawn as to indicate, beyond a reasonable doubt, that 
they all relate to the same transaction, and, taken together, 
clearly set forth the nature and objects of the trust. 3 In 
most of the States it is not necessary that the writing should 
be inter partes. In California an express trust in real es- 
tate can be created only by an instrument subscribed by the 
party creating the trust. 4 Formerly, it was required in New 
York that such trusts should be created by deed or convey- 
ance, subscribed by the party, and the only proof of them 
was such deed or conveyance. 5 At present the rule in New 
York is in accord with that which generally prevails in the 
other States. 6 But while no form of words is prescribed, 
or is essential, the instrument by which the creation of a 
trust is manifested must be properly executed, and it must 
set forth with sufficient clearness and definiteness the inten- 
tion to create a trust. The writing must show, not only 
that a trust of legal estate was created, but it must indicate 
also the nature and terms of the trust. The declaration 

1 "Imperfect Declaration of establish the trust, they mustiden- 

Trust," 22 Sol. J. & Rep. 852; tify the property and disclose the 

Dyer's Appeal, 107 Pa. St. 446; terms of the trust. Taft v. Diomed, 

Morse v. Morse, 85 X. Y. 53; Gay- 16 R. I. 584, 589; Blodgett v. 

lord v. City of Lafayette, 115 Ind. Hildreth, 103 Mass. 484; Smith v. 



423; Taft v. Diomed, 16 R. I. 584 
Brown v. Combs, 29 X. J. Eq. 36 
Steere v. Steere, 5 Johns. Ch. 1 



Matthews, 3 De G. F. & J. 139, 152. 

4 Cook v. Barr, 44 X. Y. 156; 

Barr v. O'Donnell, 76 Cal. 469; s. 



Tyler v. Tyler, 25 111. App. 333. c, 9 Am. St. Rep. 242; Civ. Code, 

2 Morse v. Morse, 85 N. Y. 53; § 852; Code Civ. Proc. § 1971. 
Cook v. Barr, 44 X. Y. 156. 5 Cook v. Barr, 44 N. Y. 156; 2 

3 Tenney v. Simpson, 37 Kan. Rev. Stat. 135, § 6. 

579. Where letters are relied on to 6 Laws 1860, ch. 322, p. 547. 



ir2 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



[§40. 



must show the conveyance of the trust estate; it must 
designate with sufficient definiteness the property of which 
it is composed; it must point out the beneficiary, or the 
beneficiaries, for whose benefit the trust is created; it must 
indicate the proportion of the trust estate to which each is 
entitled, if there be more than one, and the manner in 
which the trust is to be administered. If the language is 
in any degree equivocal, or if it is so vague and indefinite 
as to leave any of the essential elements of the trust in un- 
certainty, there is a failure of the trust. 1 It has been said 



1 It does not follow that the 
grantee, devisee, or legatee takes 
the property absolutely free from 
the trust in such case. Knight v. 
Boughton,ll Clark & F. 513 ; Briggs 
v. Penny, 3 Macn. & G. 546; Smith 
v. Matthews, 3 De Gex, F. & J. 139 ; 
Williams v. Williams, 1 Sim. (N. 
S.) 358; Reeves v. Baker, 18 Beav. 
372 ; Stubbs v. Sargon, 2 Keen, 255 ; 
Cruwys v. Colman, 9 Ves. 319; 
Steere v. Steere, 5 Johns. Ch. 1; 
s. c, 9 Am. Dec. 256; Carpenter 
v. Cushman, 105 Mass. 417 ; Porter 
v. Bank of Rutland, 19 Vt. 410; 
Inhab. of Freeport v. Bartol, 3 
Greenl. 340; Brown v. Combs, 29 
X. J. L. 36; Rutledge v. Smith, 1 
McCord, Eq. 119; Norman v. Bur- 
nett, 25 Miss. 1S3; Harris' Ex'rs 
v. Barnett, 3 Gratt. 339 ; Mercer v. 
Stark, 1 Smed. &M.Ch.479; Bark- 
ley v. Lane's Ex'r, 6 Bush, 587; 
Slocum v. Marshall, 2 Wash. C. C. 
397 ; Russell v. Switzer, 63 Ga. 711 ; 
Hill v. Den, 54 Cal. 6; Smith v. 
Ford, 48 Wis. 115; Chili First 
Presb. Soc. v. Bowen,21 Hun, 389; 
Wallace v. Wainwright, 87 Pa. St. 
263. Express words not necessary, 
intention to be construed from 
whole instrument. Cockrell v. 
Armstrong, 31 Ark. 580. Where a 
deed to A expressly creates a trust 
in favor of B, the habendum clause 
and the covenants do not necessa- 



rily limit the interest of the cestui 
que trust, nor give any beneficial 
interest to the grantee, A. McEl- 
roy v. McElroy, 113 Mass. 509; 
Obermiller v. Wylie, 36 Fed. Rep. 
641 ; Hamer v. Sidway, 124 N. Y. 
550; s. C, 21 Am. St. Rep. 693; 
Blouin v. Phaneuf, 81 Me. 176; 
Hemphill v. Hemphill, 99 N. Car. 
442; Anderson v. Crist, 113 Ind. 
65; Quinn v. Shields, 62 Iowa, 129; 
S. c, 49 Am. Rep. 141; Tenney v. 
Simpson, 37 Kan. 579; Richardson 
v. Seever's Adm'r, 84 Va. 259, 
270. In Pennsylvania an express 
trust cannot be created in behalf of 
a woman unless she is married, or 
unless it is created in contempla- 
tion of her marriage. Snyder's 
Appeal, 92 Pa. St. 504; Pickering 
v. Coates, 10 Phila. 65; Ash v. 
Bowen, 10 Phila. 96. No trust will 
be created where the property to 
be the subject-matter is left uncer- 
tain. Bardswell v. Bardswell, 9 
Sim. 319; Winch v. Brutton, 14 
Sim . 319 ; Fox v. Fox, 27 Beav. 301 ; 
Lechmere v. Lavie, 2 Myl. & K. 
197; Cowman v. Harrison, 10 Hare, 
234; Palmer v. Simmonds, 2 Drew. 
221; Green v. Marsden, 1 Drew. 
646; White v. Briggs, 2 Phill. Ca. 
583; Sir William Grant in Cruwys 
v. Colman, 9 Ves. 319, 323, "that 
three things are indispensable to 
create a valid trust: 1. Sufficient 



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53 



that: "It sometimes happens that an express trust arises, 
not from any definite words, but from the entire disposi- 
tions contained in the will, deed or other instrument, or 
from a construction of all of its terms." 1 



words to raise it; 2. A definite 
subject; and 3. A certain or ascer- 
tained object." It is a well settled 
rule that terras must not be so 
vague, uncertain and indefinite 
that a court of equity cannot 
clearly ascertain either the ob- 
jects or the persons who are 
to take. Where this appears the 
trust will fail and the property will 
fall into the general fund of the 
author. Power v. Cassidy, 79 N. 
Y. 602, 609; S. C, 35 Am.Eep. 550 ; 
Fowler v. Garlike, 1 Kuss. & M. 
232; Stubbs v. Sargon, 2 Keen, 255; 
3 Myl. & C. 684; Wood v. Cox, 
2 Myl. & 0. 684; Wheeler v. Smith, 
9 How. 55, 95. Certainty as to 
beneficiary, see case of the "Tilden 
Trust." Tilden v. Green, 130 K. 
Y. 29. 

1 A testator's directions to his 
executors to continue his business 
creates a trust. Ferry v. Liable, 
31 N". J. Eq. 566. Trust by receiv- 
ing and investing money with ver- 
bal declarations. Clapp v. Emery, 
98 111. 523. Trust by receiving 
money with verbal directions. 
Eeiff v. Horst, 52 Md. 255. A per- 
son verbally declares himself a 
trustee. Gadsden v. Whaley, 14 
S. Car. 210. A devise in trust dur- 
ing the minority and "for the ben- 
efit" of certain children creates an 
express trust to collect the rents of 
the premises devised. Mullins v. 
Mullins (1894), 86 Hun, 421; s. C, 
29 N. Y. Supl. 961. A statement in 
a will that the "devise is made on 
the trust and confidence reposed 
in" the devisee "that he will dis- 
pose of the said property" in a 
certain manner creates a trust. 



People v. Powers (1894), 8 Misc. 
Rep. 628; s. C, 29 N. Y. Supl. 950. 
The owner of land conveyed it to 
her grandsons, taking a mortgage 
securing an annuity to herself, and 
also providing that the grantees 
should pay a certain sum to her 
granddaughters after her death. 
She regarded the whole transac- 
tion as of a testamentary nature, 
and expressed a purpose to control 
the property and to make what 
changes she pleased. The mort- 
gage was afterwards released and 
a new one taken, with substantially 
the same provisions, and this was 
repealed several times, with sev- 
eral conveyances and reconvey- 
ances, until a final release was 
made leaving the title in the grand- 
sons. The granddaughters were 
ignorant of all these transactions 
until the grantor's death, twenty- 
six years after the first mortgage. 
It was held that there was no trust 
created in favor of the granddaugh- 
ters. 22 ST.Y. Supl. 878, affirmed; 
Townsend v. Rackham (1894), 143 
N. Y. 516; s. c, 38 N. E. Kep. 731. 
A mortgage to secure the mort- 
gagee on his indorsements for the 
mortgagor, and his agreement to 
protect the mortgagor and his 
property against the enforcement 
of prior judgments, is not a trust, 
and after its foreclosure the mort- 
gagor has no right to an account- 
ing or redemption. 23 N. Y. S. 
433, affirmed; Lewis v. Duane 
(1894), 141 N". Y. 302; s. c, 36 X. 
E. Hep. 322. To create a valid 
trust under the statute of uses and 
trusts (2 R. S., 728, § 55), it is not 
necessary that the trust should be 



54 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 41. 

§ 41. Declaration of Trust. — A trust will be enforced 
only on adequate evidence of a sufficient declaration. Such 
evidence is unequivocal proof that a trust has been created. 
It must be made plain that the act which constituted the 
creation of the trust was completed ; that it did not end in 
a mere intention. This is necessary, whatever may be the 
nature of the trust. There must be evidence of a declara- 
tion of trust in terms, or of words or acts which either 
created a trust de facto, or indicated, beyond a reasonable 
doubt, the purpose to create a trust. 1 The courts will not 
interpose to perfect an inadequate or incomplete creation of 
a trust. This evidence must be furnished by the settlor or 
by the trustee, and it may be given in terms, or it may be 
involved in their acts relating to it. The payment of in- 
terest on property not delivered is a sufficient declaration of 
trust. Defendant who was one of two trustees and had 
the active management of the estate, stated to his cotrus- 
tee that he would invest certain moneys of the estate then 
in his hands in a certain mortgage owned by defendant in- 
dividually, and afterwards he informed his cotrustee that 
he had assigned the mortgage to the estate, which state- 
ment was communicated to the cestui que trust. Afterwards 
defendant accounted to the estate for the interest received 
on such mortgage, and for more than ten years actually paid 
such interest to the cestui que trust. It was held that there 
was a sufficient declaration of trust as to such mortgage to 
make it a part of the trust estate, though it was never in 
fact assigned, but remained in the individual name of the 

stated in the very words of the tion of trust or circumstances 
statute ; it is sufficient if a purpose which show beyond reasonable 
within the statute is clearly em- doubt that a trust was intended to 
braced in the language used, for be created. It would introduce a 
the execution of which the trustee dangerous instability of titles, if 
may be clothed with the legal title, anything less was required, or if a 
Donovan v. Van De Mark, 78 N . voluntary trust inter vivos could be 
Y. 244; s. c, 18 Hun, 200. reversed, established in the absence of ex- 
1 In a recent case before the press words, by circumstances 
Court of Appeals of the State of capable of another construction, 
Xew York, Mr. Justice Andrews or consistent with a different in- 
said: "To constitute a trust there tention." Beaver v. Beaver, 117 
must be either an explicit declara- N. Y. 428. 



§ 41. J 



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55 



trustee. 1 The indorsement of bonds by a testator with a 
corresponding entry in his ledger was regarded as a suffi- 
cient declaration of trust. On the death of testator certain 
coupon bonds were found in his box in a safe deposit vault, 
in an envelope bearing in testator's handwriting the in- 
dorsement: "13 bonds, $1,000 each, held for Tom Kelly 
Smith." Tom Kelly Smith was testator's nephew. Tes- 
tator had opened a ledger account showing that these bonds 



i Butler v. Weeks (1895), 12 
Misc. Rep. 192; s. c, 33 N. Y. 
Supl. 1090. An instrument signed 
by T and recorded, reciting that 
"VV is a joint and equal owner with 
him in certain land, and authoriz- 
ing and empowering him to sell 
and convey one-half of the same, 
and apply the proceeds to his own 
use, is good as an acknowledgment 
or declaration of trust, and admis- 
sible in evidence. Wallace v. 
Pruitt (1895), 1 Tex. Civ. App. 231; 
s. c, 20 S. W. Rep. 728. The 
holder of a tontine insurance pol- 
icy made payable to himself and 
his estate, in a writing attached to 
the policy recited that the policy 
was for his children's benefit, and 
in case of his death before its ma- 
turity the proceeds should be di- 
vided equally between them. He 
also afterwards declared, in the 
presence of the children, that the 
policy was for them. It was held to 
create a valid trust in favor of the 
children. Phipard v. Phipard, 55 
Him, 433. A parol agreement made 
in connection with a written as- 
signment of a claim, to the effect 
that a certain sum of the proceeds 
of the claim should be paid to a 
certain person. It was held to create 
a trust for the benefit of such person 
in the assignment of the claim. 
Warburton v. Camp, 55 N. Y. 
Super. Ct. 290; Roche v. George, 
93 Ky. 609; s. C, 20 S. W. Rep. 
1039. A declaration of trust was 



held to exist where an heir assigned 
interest in an estate to children 
and afterwards claimed the whole 
estate. Cressman's Appeal, 42 Pa. 
St. 147; s. c, 82 Am. Dec. 498. 
There was evidence that plaintiff's 
husband, since deceased, had the 
management of her money, and 
had invested part of it in stock cer- 
tificates ; that the stock certificates 
had been originally made out in 
his name, as trustee for plaintiff, 
and her name afterwards erased, 
leaving one of the certificates in 
her husband's name individually, 
and the other in his name as 
trustee, the rules of the companies 
being such that certificates of 
stock could not be issued in trust 
without inconvenience; that the 
dividends had been deposited to 
plaintiff's credit; that after her 
husband's death the certificates 
were found in his vault, in an en- 
velope with other certificates be- 
longing to plaintiff; that on the 
envelope was indorsed plaintiff's 
Dame in her husband's handwrit- 
ing, and a. further indorsement 
signed by him setting forth the 
contents of the envelope, including 
the certificates in question, and 
directing his executor to transfer 
them to plaintiff. It was held that 
the evidence established that the 
certificates were held in trust for 
plaintiff, by her husband. Guion 
v. Williams (1889), 55 Hun, 605; s. 
C, 7 X. Y. Supl. 786. 



56 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 42. 

were "bought for and are the property of my nephew, * * 
and belong to him, T. S.," and had also credited and 
charged interest, collected and paid out. It was held that 
testator made himself trustee for his nephew, and not having 
revoked the trust in his lifetime, on his death the bonds 
passed to the nephew. 1 

§ 42. The Subject Continued. — In a recent case in 
the Supreme Court of New York, where an instrument 
executed by a husband recited that he assigned to his wife 
certain bonds theretofore deposited by him in a bank, and 
directed the bank to deliver the bonds to his wife in the 
event that she should survive him, but declared that the 
assignment should not take effect unless he should die be- 
fore his wife, it was held that a valid trust in favor of 
the wife was created. 2 In another late case in the same 
court, where in a suit against an executor it appeared 
that the testator said to his nephew, a little boy, "If you 
will not drink any liquor, will not smoke, will not play 
cards or billiards, until you are twenty-one, I will give you 
$5,000 that day;" to which the nephew replied that he 
would try to carry it out ; that he would do it, and on com- 
ing of age the nephew wrote, "I have lived up to the con- 
tract," and, "I believe, according to agreement, there is due 
me $5,000," and the uncle answered: "I had the money in 
the bank the day you were twenty-one years old that I in- 
tended for you, and you shall have the money certain," 
but "I do not intend to interfere with this money in any 
way until I think you are capable of taking care of it. 
* * * You can consider this money on interest," it 
was held that the evidence showed neither an explicit dec- 
laration nor an intention to create a trust in favor of the 
nephew. 3 This case went to the Court of Appeals, 
where it was reversed, the court of last resort stating the 

1 Smith's Estate (1891) (Pa. Him, 174; s. c, 31 N. Y. Supl. 

Orph. Ct.),8 Pa. Ct. K. 539. See 596. 

also O'Neill v. Greenwood (Mich.) 3 Hamer v. Sidway (1890), 57 

.(1895), 64 N. W. Rep. 511. Hun, 229; s. C, 11 X. Y. Supl. 182. 

2 Durland v.. Durland (1895), S3 



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57 



facts as follows : Where an uncle who is indebted to his 
nephew for money due on the latter's twenty-first birthday, 
writes the nephew that he had the money in bank that he 
intended for him, and that the latter should certainly have 
it, adding that he would not interfere with the money until 
he thought the nephew capable of taking care of it, the re- 
lation of the parties is thereby changed from debtor and 
creditor to trustee and beneficiary. 1 A conveyance of land 
to a relative without consideration, but an oral agreement 
to reconvey on demand creates a trust, enforceable in 
equity, though the object of the conveyance was to 
prevent the property from being seized to satisfy a fine 
against the grantor, for which the land could not be legally 
taken. 2 



iHamer v. Sid way (1891), 124 
ST. T. 538; s. C, 27 M". E. Kep. 256. 

2 Cordova v. Lee (1891), 14S.W. 
Eep. 208. The owner and mort- 
gagor of land conveyed it to the 
mortgagee upon, the latter's prom- 
ising to pay over the surplus after 
three years. It was held to create a 
trust enforceable in equity, the 
mortgagee having sold before the 
expiration of three years, and the 
land having increased in value. 
Freer v. Lake, 115 111. 662. A 
father who was afraid of compli- 
cations which might arise from 
differences with his wife, trans- 
ferred to his son a quantity of 
personal property, taking from the 
son an agreement to surrender it 
on demand. It was held to create a 
trust enforceable in equity. Tyler v. 
Tyler, 25111. App. 333." Where it 
was expressly declared on the back 
of a deed that defendant held the 
land conveyed thereby for the 
joint benefit of himself and plaint- 
iff's intestate, and that it was "to 
stand as security" for certain notes 
and for the balance of the purchase 
money paid by plaintiff's intestate, 
and that the profits realized above 



these sums should be equally di- 
vided between defendant and plaint- 
iff's intestate. Such declaration 
created a trust in the land for the 
benefit of plaintiff's intestate. Max- 
well v. Barringer (1892), HON". Car. 
76; s. c, 14 S. E. Rep. 516. Under 
Civil Code, § 852, subd. 1, provid- 
ing that no trust in relation to real 
property is valid unless created 
and declared "by a writen instru- 
ment subscribed by the trustee," 
such a trust is sufficiently declared 
by a deposition of the trustee made 
in an action wherein the question 
of the creation of such trust was 
involved, and by which it appears 
that he so held the property in 
question. Baker v. Baker (Cal., 
1892), 31 Pac. Rep. 355. A certifi- 
cate of stock, with a valid transfer 
thereof, was delivered to one F 
and received by him for the pur- 
pose of applying ,the proceeds to 
the use of charitable corporations, 
the names of which were not then 
stated to him. On the next day 
the donor gave F a written state- 
ment of the purposes for which he 
was to use the stock, referring 
therein to a list, which was given 



58 



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[§43. 



§ 43. The Same Subject. — In a recent and well con- 
sidered case in the Court of Errors and Appeals of 
New Jersey, where the owner of a policy of life in- 
surance, being also executor of an estate, and indebted 
to it for securities which he had converted to his own 
use, placed the policy among the papers of the estate, 
and with it a letter stating that the policy was col- 
lateral for the payment of his indebtedness, and after- 
wards informed those interested in the estate that he 
had disposed of some of its securities, but had secured 
the estate by substituting this policy, and that he held 
it for the benefit of the estate, and subsequently he testified 
that, after placing the policy among the estate's papers, 
he did not regard it as his individual property, but held it 
in trust for the estate, it was held that a declaration of 
trust in favor of the estate was proven, and that in equity 
the policy belonged to the estate. 1 Delivery of property 



to him at the same time, of the 
charitable corporations to be ben- 
efited. It was held that a valid 
and irrevocable trust was cre- 
ated. Bliss v. Fosdick, 24 N. Y. 
Supl. 939. Defendant gave de- 
ceased a note for money which 
he owed her, by which he prom- 
ised to pay $400 for her funeral 
expenses or to return it to her on 
demand. During her last sickness 
deceased handed the note to de- 
fendant, saying: "Here is some- 
thing for you." It was held that an 
express trust to expend the money 
after her death for her funeral ex- 
penses was created. Bedel v. 
Scoggins (Cal., 1895), 40 Pac. 
Bep. 954. G, the grantee of a farm, 
shortly after death of the grantor, 
executed and recorded an instru- 
ment reciting "that, because of 
certain real estate duly conveyed 
to me by" the grantor, "I do * * * 
hereby consider myself * * * 
holden and firmly bound to appro- 
priate * * * for the comforta- 



ble support of L," a son of the 
grantor of unsound mind, "during 
his life, all the rents, after deduct- 
ing necessary expenses, of said real 
estate ; or if said real estate should 
be sold, the proper maintenance in 
board and clothing shall be a, first 
lien upon said real estate during 
the life of said L. The subscriber 
to this bond distinctly asserts that 
its obligations on him are limited 
to the rents of said real estate, or 
to the interest on the purchase 
money, should said real estate be 
sold." It was held that theinstru- 
ment constituted a declaration of 
trust, and it is not material that the 
declaration' was not contempora- 
neous with the deed to G. Mc- 
Arthur v. Gordon (1891), 126 N. 
Y. 597; s. c, 27 N. E. Bep. 1033, 
modifying and affirming S. C, 4 
N. Y. Supl. 584. 

1 James v. Falk, 50 N. J. Eq. 468; 
s. c, 26 Atl. Bep. 138. Property 
given in following language in 
will : "I give to my wife my per- 



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and consideration not essential. Where the payee, at the 
time of the execution of the notes, announced her intention 
to hold them for the benefit of the maker's children, there 



sonal property for her benefit and 
the support of my son whilst she 
remains unmarried." It was held 
sufficient declaration of a trust dur- 
ing widowhood. Loring v. Loring, 
100 Mass. 34. See also Whiting v. 
Whiting, 4 Gray, 236; Andrews v. 
Cape Ann Bank, 3 Allen, 313. Also 
sufficient where land was con- 
veyed "in trust for B, wife of 
C, and her heirs and assigns for- 
ever." Moore v. Stinson, 144 
Mass. 594; Ayer v. Ayer, 61 Pick. 
327; Kichardson v. Stodder, 100 
Mass. 528. Facts appeared on face 
of the instrument. Loring v. Pal- 
mer, 118 U. S. 321. Declaration of 
trust sufficient in an agreement to 
prospect for benefit of all and hold 
mine for joint benefit. Page v. 
Summers, 70 Cal. 121. To recon- 
vey. Walden v. Karr, 88 111. 49. 
Where a trustee wrongfully con- 
veys the trust estate, and subse- 
quently receives a reconveyance of 
it, he holds the estate after regain- 
ing title as trustee, subject to the 
original trust. Frost v. Frost, 63 
Me. 390. A declaration to grand- 
son, that he had deposited money 
in a savings bank, sufficient to 
make grandfather trustee for 
grandchild. Gerrish v. New Bed- 
ford Inst, for Savings, 128 Mass. 
159. Likewise deposit in one's 
own name for another. Mills- 
paugh v. Putnam, 16 Abb. Pr. 3S0. 
See also Geary v. Page, 9 Bosw. 
290. Also an agreement to sell 
and apply proceeds. Franks v. 
Williams, 37 Tex. 24. The fidu- 
ciary relation and terms of trust 
must be disclosed. Tatge v. Tatge, 
34 Minn. 272. Trust may be fre- 
quently inferred from the facts and 



circumstances of a particular case. 
Chadwick v. Chadwick, 59 Mich. 
87. Are binding, though without 
consideration and voluntary. Van 
Cott v. Prentice, 104 jST. Y. 45. An 
express trust was created, where 
grantor conveyed "upon trust and 
confidence," and for "sole use, 
profit and benefit of," etc. Mc- 
Carthy v. McCarthy, 74 Ala. 546. 
A written acknowledgment of trust, 
created by parol, held sufficient. 
Eutledge v. Smith, 1 McCord (S. 
Car.) Ch. 119; Eavanel v. Smith, 1 
McCord (S. Car.) Ch. 134. In a 
written proposition creditor, after 
requesting reconveyance, stated : 
"I shall consider myself honorably 
bound, if anything can be made 
out of the property during the 
next three years, more than the 
interest, taxes, etc., to give Mrs. 
Lake benefit of it." Such propo- 
sition accepted by debtor a valid 
declaration of trust. Lake v. 
Freer, 11 111. App. 576. A decla- 
ration of purchase of land in trust 
for another upheld as a valid de- 
claration of trust, notwithstanding 
an entire want of consideration. 
Titchenell v. Jackson, 26 W. 
Va. 460. A testator, by a di>. action 
to continue his business, creates a 
trust estate. Ferry v. Laible, 31 
N. J. Eq. 566. A conveyance ab- 
solute in form may be shown to 
have been in trust by subsequent 
declarations assented to and acted 
upon. Chace v. Chapin, 130 Mass. 
128. Notice given in writing by a 
grantee held a sufficient declara- 
tion of a trust. Union Mut. Ins. 
Co. v. Campbell, 95 111. 267; s. c, 
35 Am. Rep. 166. 



60 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 43. 

is a declaration of trust, and the title to the notes is trans- 
ferred regardless of the failure to deliver possession or 
want of consideration for the assignment. 1 In a case in 
the Court of Chancery of New Jersey, where an absolute 
conveyance of land made by complainant to her daughter 
was alleged to have been in trust for complainant, it ap- 
peared that the ,d ee d was without consideration, and com- 
plainant continued to receive the rents and profits. The 
daughter, while alleging the conveyance to be absolute, 
conceded that the deed was made to her for her mother's 
protection. In reply to the request of the mother that 
the land be reconveyed, the daughter wrote that she had 
made her will, devising the land to her mother ; that she 
"could not touch a dollar" contrary to the mother's wishes; 
that she had always considered the transfer of the land 
sacred, and that she would have the deed made out, and that 
her mother should have the land. It was held that the trust 
was sufficiently established. 2 

1 Williamson v. Yager, 91 Ky. statement by a party declaring 
282; s. c, 16 S. W. Bep. 660. himself a trustee. Tanner v. Skin- 

2 Newkirk v. Place, 47 N. J. Eq. ner, 11 Bush, 120. The testator, 
477; s. C, 21 Atl. Pep. 124. Let- after making a will in which he 
ters, memoranda, recitals, held devises all his property absolutely, 
sufficient. Forster v. Hale, 3 Ves. writes a letter to the legatee, stat- 
Jr. 696; Smith v. Matthews, 3 De ing the trusts on which testator 
Gex, F. &J. 139; Gardner v. Howe, intended to devise estate, and ex- 
2 Sim. & St. 346; s. C, 5 Kuss. 258; plaining how legatee was to exe- 
Dale v. Hamilton, 2 Phil. Ch. 266. cute the trust, and during lifetime 
A receipt by a bank that money of testator legatee accepts in writ- 
deposited was in trust for specified ing the terms of the trust, and 
purpose, a valid declaration. Eog- promises to execute it faithfully, 
ers L. Works v. Kelly, 19 Hun, a trust is sufficiently declared in 
399. A clear and distinct written the letter. De Laurencel v. De 
statement, setting forth the terms Boom, 48 Cal. 581. Letter of 
of the trust and the parties to it, trustee. Kingsbury v. Burnside, 
subscribed by the trustee, whether 58 111. 310 ; Johnson v. Delo- 
addressed to or delivered to the ney, 35 Tex. 42; Phelps v. Seeley, 
beneficiary or not, when once made 22 Gratt. 573. Grantees declaring 
is a sufficient declaration. Bates themselves trustees by a written 
v. Hurd, 65 Me. 180. Sufficient agreement. Baldwin v. Hunter, 
that it be subsequently declared by 44 1ST. Y. 609 ; Packard v. Putnam, 
a writing signed by the party 57 N. H. 43. After signature and 
charged with the trust. McClellan acknowledgment, "iV. B. D. 
v. McClellan, 65 Me. 500. Explicit Burns' half to be for the use of 



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61 



§ 44. Insufficient Declaration. — While it is well settled 
that a person, sui juris, acting intelligently and deliber- 
ately, may dispose of his property by gift, the expression, 
whether orally or in writing, of an intention to make a 
gift, even though the particulars of his plan may be defi- 
nitely and expressly stated, will not be construed as a 
declaration of trust. A voluntary promise to make a gift 
is nudum pactum, and cannot be enforced. One who signs 
and acknowledges a paper declaring that he holds for 
another's benefit certain property theretofore owned by him- 
self, but retains custody of the paper, does not thereby create 
himself a trustee for the person named. 1 In an action by a 
husband against his wife to establish a trust in favor of the 



Mary Ann Burns after the decease 
of her parents, etc.," it was held 
nota bene was part of deed and a 
sufficient declaration of a trust for 
Mary Ann. Ivory v. Burns, 56 Pa. 
St. 300. An answer in chancery 
by a defendant may be a sufficient 
declaration of a trust to answer 
requirements of statute of frauds. 
Patton v. Chamberlain, 44 Mich. 
5; Broadrup v. Woodman, 27 Ohio 
St. 553; McLaurie v. Partlow, 53 
111. 340; Cozine v. Graham, 2 
Paige, 177; McCubbin v. Crom- 
well, 7 Gill & J. 157; McVay v. 
McVay, 43 N. J. Eq. 47; Garnsey 
v. Gothard, 90 Cal. 603. May be 
declared by an instrument separate 
from the conveyance to the trus- 
tees. Wood v. Cox, 2 Myl. & C. 
684; Smith v. Attersoll, 1 Russ. 
266. The deposition of the trustee, 
subscribed and sworn to by him, 
held a sufficient manifestation and 
proof of it in writing. Pinney v. 
Fellows, 15 Vt. 525; Barkworth v. 
Young, 4 Drew, 1. A receipt held 
sufficient declaration. Roberts' 
Appeal, 92 Pa. St. 407. Statements 
contained in a pamphlet may be 
sufficient to declare a trust in lands 
held by a deed absolute. Barrell 



v. Joy, 16 Mass. 221. May also 
be made by owner stating that 
he holds the property in trust. 
Obermiller v. Wylie, 36 Fed. Rep. 
641; Doe v. Harris, 16 M. & W. 
517; Union Mat. Life Ins. Co. v. 
Campbell, 95 111. 267; s. c, 35 
Am. Rep. 166; Snyder v. McComb, 
39 Fed. Rep. 292. See also "In- 
tention to Create a Trust," 7 Alb. 
L. J. 166. 

1 Govin v. De Miranda (1894) , 76 
Hun, 414; s. C, 27 N. Y. Supl. 
1049. Mortgages and judgments 
standing in the name of J, found 
in a wallet in his possession at the 
time of his death, labeled "E" on 
the inside and outside, will not, in 
the absence of any evidence that 
her money was invested in them, 
be adjudged to have been held by 
J in trust for her. In re Gilmor's 
Estate (1894), 158 Pa. St. 186; s. 
C, 27 Atl. Rep. 845. The indorse- 
ment of notes and mortgages to a 
trustee "for the use of" another 
does not pass the legal title, to the 
beneficiary, though the nature of 
the trust is not stated. Collins v. 
Phillips (1894), 91 Iowa, 210; s. 
c, 59 ST. W. Rep. 40. Deceased 
asked one C to draw an assign- 



62 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 44. 

husband and his two children in certain realty vested in the 
wife, it appeared that the premises were paid for by plaint- 
iff, who was a lawyer, and who directed that the deed be 
made to his wife. Plaintiff testified that his wife said to 
him (he being in poor health at the time) that it would be 
a good thing, if anything happened to him, for her and the 
children to have a home, and that the title had better be 
taken in her name. He assented. Without her knowledge 
he obtained the deed and recorded it ; afterwards he gave 
the deed to his wife, saying: "You keep that. If anything 
happens to me you are to take care of it for yourself and 
the children ; and' as long as I live I will pay the taxes and 
insurance, so there will be no expenses." It was held that 
the evidence was not sufficient to establish a trust in favor 
of the husband, and that, as the children were not parties, 
their right, if any, would not be determined in the action. 1 
A father deeded land to several children, taking back mort- 
gages to himself, containing the condition that after his 
death a certain amount of the mortgage debts should be 
paid to his other children. It was held that there being no 
consideration for the condition, and no declaration of trust 
at the time, no trust was created. 2 



ment of a bond and mortgage to veys an absolute title to the 

plaintiff, declaring his intention to grantees named. Hart v. Seymour 

give them to plaintiff. Deceased, (1894), 147 111. 598; s. a, 35 N. E. 

after receiving the assignment, Eep. 246. 

bond and mortgage from C, kept i McCahill v. McCahill, 71 Hun, 

them a month and then delivered 221; s. c, 25 1ST. Y. Supl. 219. . 

them, with other papers, to C — 2 Beeman v. Beeman, 88 Hun, 

the assignment being signed but 14; s. C., 34 JJ\ Y. Supl. 484. A 

not acknowledged — directing C to writing intended as a will, but 

deposit them in the bank, where which is imperfectly executed, is 

they remained at his death. It was not a declaration of trust unless it 

held that there was no declaration clearly declares that the title to 

of trust. Wadd v. Hazelton (1893), the land has been hold in trust by 

137 N. Y. 215; s. c, 33 X. E. Rep. the would-be testator for the 

143. A deed conveying land to devisee named. Leslie v. Leslie 

three grantees, "trustees of the (1895). 52 N. J. Eq. 332; s. C., 31 

Norwood Land & Building Asso- Atl. Rep. 170. An agreement by 

ciation," and "to their heirs and a mortgagee, with the wife of the 

assigns forever," does not of itself mortgagor, that if she will join in 

create a trust, b\ii prima facie con- the mortgage, and not contest the 



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03 



§ 45. The Same Subject. — A promise by a devisee to pay 
a debt of the testator out of bis devise or its proceeds, is not 
sufficient to impress the devised property with a trust for 
the payment of such debt. 1 Fifteen days after the making 



foreclosure, or redeem from the 
sale, lie will purchase the land, 
and on reselling the same will re- 
pay her a certain portion of the 
proceeds, does not sreate a "trust 
concerning land" (Rev. St. 1894, § 
3391; Rev. St. 1881, § 2969), nor is 
it a conveyance of a trust in "goods 
or choses in action" (Rev. St. 1894, 
§ 6631; Rev. St. 1881, § 4906), so as 
to render it enforceable, unless in 
writing. Talbott v. Barber (1894) , 
11 Ind. App. 1; s. c, 3S N. E. 
Rep. 487. In an equity action to 
have defendant declared a trustee 
for the plaintiff's benefit in respect 
to certain land conveyed by plaint- 
iff to one P, and devised by the 
latter to defendant, the evidence 
relied on to support the alleged 
trust consisted of two unsealed 
paper writings, one signed by P 
and the other by defendant, de- 
claring that the subscribers held 
the land in trust for plaintiff, and 
were willing to execute title to him. 
These writings were made after 
conveyance to P, and were en- 
tirely voluntary. Held, that they 
were not in themselves sufficient to 
create a valid trust, and that as 
plaintiff would, therefore, be com- 
pelled to resort to the original 
transaction to make out his case, it 
was error to exclude testimony 
offered by defendant to show that 
the conveyance to P was in- 
tended to defraud the creditors of 
plaintiff. Pittman v. Pittman 
(1890), 107 N. Car. 159; s. c, 12 S. 
E. Rep. 61. A statement by a hus- 
band after selling land conveyed to 
him by warranty deed, that the 
proceeds of the sale belong to his 



wife and that he intends to buy a 
farm for her therewith, will not 
create in her favor a trust in the 
land bought with such proceeds. 
Acker v. Priest (1895) (Iowa), Gl 
N. W. Rep. 235. Where several 
trusts are created and among them 
oae or more which render the dis- 
position illegal, and these can be 
separated without doing injustice 
or defeating the will of the testa- 
tor, that which is illegal, or which 
added to the others, render the 
whole illegal, may be cut off 
and the others may stand, thus 
giving the intention of the testator 
effect as far as possible. Under- 
wood v. Curtis, 127 N. Y. 523. 

1 Hamilton v. Downer (1895), 152 
111. 651; S. C, 38 N. E. Rep. 733. 
In an action to establish a trust it 
appeared that complainant deeded 
certain land to W, who deeded to 
B, subject to mortgages to the 
amount of two-thirds of its value. 
Complainant's daughter testified 
that her mother had a conversation 
with AV in the forenoon ; that in 
the afternoon B came to the house 
and her mother said to him : "Here 
is everything that belongs to the 
the property. You see that I get 
them all back," and he said: "I 
will take the papers and do you 
the favor; and I will have a new 
deed made out, and deed it back 
to you, whenever you want it." 
Another witness stated that B ad- 
mitted he held the property in 
trust; that in a letter "he wrote me 
that promise was alright;" that 
he lost considerable by complain- 
ant's husband, "and something to 
the effect that he got even with 



64 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 45. 

of a deed by decedent, the grantee therein wrote decedent 
that he would hold the property in trust for him, and sub- 
ject to his order; and a few days before decedent's death 
such grantee again wrote him, asking for detailed arrange- 
ments as to what should be done with the property, and 
suggesting that he deed it back to decedent. Before this 
decedent had written a letter to said grantee, that in case of 
decedent's death the property should be deeded to inter- 
vener, and gave the letter to the latter, who retained it till 
decedent's death. It was held that the property was held in 
trust for decedent, and not for intervener, the letter di- 
recting a conveyance to the latter being purely testamen- 
tary in character. 1 One who signs and acknowledges a paper 
declaring that he holds for another's benefit certain property 
theretofore owned by himself, but retains the custody of the 
paper, does not thereby create himself a trustee for the per- 
son named. 2 A banking firm was agent to receive stock sub- 
scriptions for the A corporation, which subscriptions they 
were at liberty to use as other deposits until the stock was 
issued. While holding such deposits the} T prepared a decla- 
ration that certain securities, part of their general assets, 



him now." Held, that there was purchase, but led them to believe 

insufficient evidence of a declara- that the purchase had been made 

tion of the trust to take the case under the agreement with them, 

out of the statute of frauds ; Long, Defendant prepared in his own 

J., dissenting. Eenz v. Stoll, handwriting and exhibited to 

(1893), 94 Mich. 377; s. c, 54 1ST. plaintiffs a form of agreement for 

"W. Kep. 276. subscribers to a syndicate, in which 

1 Conrad v. Douglas (1894), 59 defendant's name appeared as one 
Minn. 498; s. c, 61 N". W. Rep. of the syndicate, but the paper 
673. was not otherwise signed; and 

2 Govin v. De Miranda (1895), 9 later he refused to carry out its 
Misc. Kep. 684; s. c, 30 BT. Y. conditions, and destroyed the 
Sup. 550. Plaintiffs and defendant paper. Held, that the paper pre- 
orally agreed to purchase certain pared by defendant, being a mere 
lands, plaintiffs each to furnish one- form of an agreement, did not 
quarter and defendant one-half of constitute a declaration of a trust 
the purchase money, and to form a for himself and plaintiffs. Emer- 
syndicate for its development, son v. G-alloupe (1S93), 158 Mass. 
Defendant negotiated for the pur- 146; s. c, 32 X. E. Rep. 1118. See 
chase in his own right, informing Nickerson v. Nickerson, 127 U. b 
plaintiffs that he had made the 688. 



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65 



were "held as collateral security against" such deposits, 
which paper, without their signature, they placed, together 
with the securities, in an envelop indorsed, "subscribers to 
the A corporation collaterals," which they deposited in a tin 
box in a safe deposit company. It Mas held that this was in- 
sufficient to create a trust in favor of such creditors. 1 In 
an action to establish a parol trust in personal property, it 
appears that twenty-three 3'ears prior to the suit plaintiff's 
mother, desiring to divide a sum of money among her chil- 
dren, delivered certain portions of it to some of them in 
person, and directed defendant to take the shares of plaint- 
iffs, invest it for them and pay them only the interest. No 
demand was made by plaintiffs upon defendant for the 
principal or interest of their shares for a series of years, 
although two of them were in needy circumstances, and had 
frequently requested pecuniary assistance from defendant. 
The testimony of plaintiffs was vague and uncertain, and 
the details of the original transaction were stated in three 
different ways. It was held that the evidence was insuffi- 
cient to establish the trust. 2 



1 Girard Life Ins. Annuity & 
Trust Co. v. Mellor (1894), 156 Pa. 
St. 579; s. c, 27 Atl. Kep. 662. 

2 Harris v. Bratton et al. (1890), 
34 S. Oar. 259; s. C, 13 S. E. Rep. 
447. A grant to a son-in-law for 
the purpose of advancing daughter 
in life held insufficient, there be- 
ing nothing to indicate an inten- 
tion to separate the legal estate 
from the beneficial interest. 
Thompson v. Thompson, 18 Ohio 
St. 73; Mosely v. Mosely, 87 N. 
Car. 69. A stipulation that the 
grantee of land was not to alienate 
without consent of wife, and that 
if not sold it shall descend to the 
heirs of their bodies, does not cre- 
ate a trust for the use of the wife. 
Huff v. Thomas, 1 T. B. Mon. 158. 
Letters were written admitting 
trust but not naming beneficiaries 
nor defining nature of trust. Held, 

5 



insufficient to create. Dyer's Ap- 
peal, 107 Pa. St. 446. A written 
acknowledgment that money was 
to be invested for the benefit of the 
daughter of the person who paid 
the money, and the interest to be 
paid to her for the support of her- 
self and children when payor de- 
cided that she needed it. Held, 
not a, sufficient declaration of a 
trust to prevent him from collect- 
ing and using the money himself. 
Matter of Crise's Estate (Surr. 
Ct.), 7N. Y. Sup. 202. Where no 
consideration shown, a written 
acknowledgment by one person 
that another is entitled to certain 
land it was held that no trust was 
created. Thompson v. Branch, 
Meigs, 390; s. c, 33 Am. Dec. 153; 
Hasshagen v. Hasshagen, 80 Cal. 
515. For cases where declaration 
of trust was held insufficient, see 



66 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§§ 46-47. 

§ 46. Declaration of Trust by Answer in Chancery. 

— The admission of a trust by a defendant, in an answer 
in chancery, is a sufficient declaration of the trust to an- 
swer the requirements of the statute of frauds. A defend- 
ant is required to answer a bill in which a parol trust is al- 
leged, and a general demurrer will not be sustained. 1 If 
his answer contains an admission, either in terms or by im- 
plication, of the trust, it will be regarded as an adequate 
declaration and proof of the trust. 2 If the statute of frauds 
is not pleaded in bar he will be regarded as having waived 
his right to avail himself of its benefits. 3 But if, while ad- 
mitting the trust in his answer, the defendant sets up the 
statute of frauds in bar, a declaration of trust will not be 
inferred. 4 If the claim is set up that the trust is proven by 
the answer, the entire answer must be taken into the ac- 
count. The claim must be sustained by the answer as a 
whole, and not by one clause separated from the others. 5 

§ 47. The Subject Continued. — In the case of Patton v. 
Chamberlain, before the Supreme Court of Michigan, opin- 
ion by Mr. Justice Cooley, the other justices concurring: 
Lands held in parol trust by a father for his daughter were 
exchanged for others, which he convej 7 ed to his brother on 
like trust. Creditors of the father sought to reach it. It was 

generally, Fussell v. Hennessy, 14 Fletcher, 2 Atk. 155 ; Childers v. 

K.I. 550; Campbell V.Campbell, 70 Childers, 3 K. & J. 310; S. C, 1 

Wis. 311; Gibson v. Deims, 82 111. De G. & J. 485. 

304; Kiddle v. Beattie, 77 Iowa, 2 Til ton v. Tilton, 9 N". H. 386 

168 ; Harvey v. Permypacker, 4 Allen v. Chambers, 4 Ired. Eq. 125 

Del. Ch. 445; Salisbury v. Clark, Whiting v. Gould, 2 Wis. 552 

61 Vt. 453; Modrell v. Kiddle, 82 McLaurie v. Partlow, 53 111. 340 

Mo. 31; Hawks v. Sailors, 87 Ga. Baker v. Hollabaugh, 15 Ark. 322 

234; Saunderson v. Broadwell, 82 Hutchinson v. Tindall, 2 Green 

Cal. 132; Wright v. Sampter, 127 Ch. 357. 

111. 167. 3 Carpenter v. Davis, 72 111. 14. 

1 JIuckelston v. Brown, 6 Yes. 4 Whiting v. Gould, 2 Wis. 552; 

52; Newton v. Pelham, 1 Eden, Dean v. Dean, 1 Stockt. 425. 

514; Lomax v. Ripley, 3 Sm. & s 1 Lewin on Trusts, 56 ; Freeman 

Giff. 48; Chamberlain v. Agar, 2 v. Tatham, 5 Hare, 329; Hampton 

V. & B. 259; Strickland v. Al- v. Spencer, 2 Vern. 288 ; Stearns v. 

dridge, 9 Ves. 516; Peralta v. Hubbard, 8 Greenl. 320. 
Castro, 6 Cal. 354; Cottington v. 



§ 48.] EXPRESS TRUSTS. G7 

held that the equities of the daughter were equal to those 
of the creditors, and she would be protected against their 
claims. The admission of the trust by the brother, in an 
answer in chancery, is a sufficient declaration of the trust 
in writing to answer the requirements of the statute of 
frauds. 1 Where a trust is alleged in a bill, the presump- 
tion will be that it was legally created. Hence, the evidence 
that it rests on parol only must be made to appear from the 
bill, or the demurrer will not be sustained. 2 If the bill 
simply omits to state that the evidence of the trust will be 
given in writing, a demurrer will be overruled. In the case 
of Davies v. Otty, before the English Court of Chancery, 
Sir John Romilly, Master of the Rolls, said: "I am clearly 
of the opinion that when the plaintiff says by his bill, I 
purchased an estate in the name of A B, and he is a 
trustee for me, and I can prove that he is a trustee, the de- 
fendant cannot demur to the bill on the ground that the 
plaintiff does not state that when he comes to prove his 
case at the hearing he has some writing to establish it. 
The plaintiff, no doubt, must prove his case at the hearing, 
and he may then produce a letter, or something else in 
writing, to establish the facts which he alleges by his bill. 3 

§ 48. Imperfect Gilt not a Trust j.n many cases the 

question whether there is a sufficient declaration of trust is 
found to be simply the question whether the act of the 
donor is a declaration of trust, or only an imperfect gift. 
If it is simply an imperf ect i gift a court of equity will not 
interpose to make it a declaration of trust. If a grantor 
wishes to make himself a trustee, his intention must be ex- 

U'atton v. Chamberlain, 44 Ch. 450; Winn v. Albert, 2 Md. 

Mich. 5; Cottington v. Fletcher, Ch. 169; Kingsbury v. Burnside, 

2 Atk. 155; Wilson v. Dent, 3 Sim. 58111.310. 

3S5; Hampton v. Spencer, 2 Vern. 2 Cozine v. Graham, 2 Paige, 177. 

2S8; Pratt v. Ayer, 3 Chand. 3 Davies v. Otty, 33 Beav. 540. 

(Wis.) 265;' McLaurie v. Partlow, i Jones v. Lock, L. R. 1 Ch. 

53 111. 340; Whiting v. Gould, 2 App. 25; Beaver v. Beaver, 117 X. 

Wis. 552; Woods v. Dille, 11 Ohio, Y. 421;_ "Voluntary Settlements," 

455; Cozine v. Graham, 2 Paige, 11 Irish L. J. 413. 
177; Chetwood v. Brittan. 1 Green 



68 EXPRESS TKUSTS. [§ 40. 

pressed in some writing of such a character as to leave no 
ground for a reasonable doubt in regard to it. In the case 
of Moore v. Moore, before the English Court of Chancer}', 
Vice-Chancellor Hall said: "I do think it very impor- 
tant to keep a clear and definitie distinction between cases 
of imperfect gift and cases of declaration of trust, and that 
one should not extend beyond what the authorities have 
already established; declarations of trust, so as to supple- 
ment and supply what, according to decisions of the highest 
authority, would otherwise be imperfect gifts." 1 In the 
more recent case, In re Shield, Pethybridge v. Burrow, 
before the same court, stated as follows : Some time be- 
fore his death a testator informed his daughter's companion, 
F. P., that he intended to give her a debenture bond for 
£1,000 in the M. S. & L. Ey. Co. Shortly afterwards he 
signed the following memorandum: "I wish to communi- 
cate to my executors that I have to-day given to Miss F. P. 
my £1,000 debenture bond of the M. S. & L. R3'. Co., but 
as I shall require the annual dividends to meet my neces- 
sary expenses, I retain the document in my possession for 
my lifetime, requesting you on my decease to hand it over 
to Miss F. P., and communicate to the secretary of the 
railway company at the Manchester office, relative to the 
transfer of the said bond being entered in their books. 
Given under my hand this 9th day of February, 1882. As 
witness my hand. G. S. P. 8. — You will find the bond 
in my deed box attached to this memorandum." After the 
testator's death a certificate of debenture stock for £1,000 
in the M. S. & L. Ry. Co. was found with the memo- 
randum in the deed box. It was held that the memoran- 
dum was an ineffectual attempt to assign the debenture 
stock, and did not amount to a good declaration of trust, 
and that F. P. had no interest in the debenture stock. 2 

§ 49. Imperfect Gift Continued. — Whatever may be 
the intention of the donor, a voluntary gift is made a de- 
claration of trust, only as there is an actual transfer of the 

1 Moore v. Moore, 30 L. J. Rep. 2 Be Shields, Pethybridge v. 
(N. S.) 752. Burrows, 53 L. T. Rep. 5. 



^ 49. J EXPEESS TRUSTS. 69 

property, or "as the donor absolutely parts with his interest. 
It is not a perfect gift, and as such a declaration of 
trust, until he has parted with his interest or property 
rights in it. In the case of Richards v. Deldridge, before 
the English Court of Chancery, Sir George Jessel, Mas- 
ter of the Rolls, said: "The principle is a very simple 
one. A man may transfer his property without considera- 
tion, in one or two ways : he may either do such acts as 
amount in law to a conveyance or assignment of the prop- 
erty, and thus completely divest himself of the legal owner- 
ship, in which case the person who by those acts acquires 
the property takes it beneficially, or on trust, as the case 
may be; or the legal owner of the property may, by one or 
other of the modes recognized as amounting to a valid de- 
claration of trust, constitute himself a trustee, and without 
an actual transfer of the legal title may so deal with the 
property as to deprive himself of its beneficial ownership, 
and declare that he will hold it from that time forward on 
trust for the other person. It is true that he need not use 
the words, 'I declare myself a trustee,' but he must do 
something which is equivalent to it, and use expressions 
which have that meaning ; for, however, anxious the court 
may be to carry out a man's intention, it is not at liberty 
to construe words otherwise than according to their proper 
meaning. 1 Where there is a consideration, an expression 

1 Richards v. Delbridge, L. K. property to the persons for whom 

18 Eq. 11. In Milroy v. Lord, 4 he intends to provide, and the pro- 

De 6. F. & J. 264, 274, a case fre- vision will then be effectual; and 

quently cited, it was said by Lord it will be equally effectual if he 

Justice Turner : '-I take the law transfers the property to a trustee 

of this court to be well settled that, for the purposes of the settlement, 

in order to render a voluntary set- or declares that he himself holds it 

tleraent valid and effectual, the intrust for those purposes ; and if 

settlor must have done something the property be personal the trust 

which, according to the nature of may, as I apprehend, be declared 

the property comprised in the set- either in writing or by parol; but 

tlement, was necessary to be done in order to render the settlement 

in order to transfer the property binding, one or the other of these 

and render the settlement binding modes must, as I understand the 

upon him. He may, of course, do law of this court, be resorted to, 

this by actually transferring the for there is no equity in this court 



70 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



[§50. 



of a purpose to transfer property, or an agreement to 
transfer will be treated as evidence of a contract, and will 
be enforced by the court, but this rule is not applicable to 
voluntary gifts. 1 

§ 50. Trusts in "Writing not Changed by Parol. — 

Where a trust is created in writing and the language of the 
instrument is unequivocal, the courts will not listen to a 
contradiction of the expressed intention by parol. Where 
a husband purchases land and takes the title in his wife's 
name, though he pa}^s for it with his own money, evidence 
of a parol agreement between them, creating an express 
trust in the land of which he is the beneficiary, is inadmissi- 
ble in an action brought by him after his wife's death 



to perfect an imperfect gift.'' It 
was further observed that if the 
decision of Lord Romilly, in Mor. 
gan v. Malleson, L. E. 10 Eq. 475, 
and Vice-Chancellor Wood in Rich- 
ardson v. Richardson, L. R. 3 Eq. 
686, in which cases the words used 
were words of present transfer, 
were right, "there never could be 
a case where an expression of a 
present gift would not amount to 
an effectual declaration of a trust, 
which would be carrying the doc- 
trine on that subject too far." See 
also, opinion of Rapallo, J., in 
Young v. Young, 80 N". Y. 422. 

1 Young v. Young. 80 X. Y. 422. 
See also Moore v. Moore, L. R. 18 
Eq. 474, 482; Heartley v. Nichol- 
son, L. R. 19 Eq. 233; Hayes v. 
Alliance Insurance Co., L. R. 8 
Ir. 149; James v. Lock, L. R. 1 
Ch. App. 125. In re Breton's Es- 
tate, L. R. 17 Ch. Div. 416. In the 
latter case a husband wrote and 
signed three papers and banded 
them to his wife, by which he 
purported to give her certain fur- 
niture, plate and other articles. 
He afterwards made his will, and 
after certain dispositions of his 



property, which had nothing to do 
with the articles in question, he 
gave the residue of his estate to his 
wife for life, with remainder to 
other persons. Hall, V. C, re- 
viewed the previous authorities, 
and decided that the furniture, 
etc., did not belong to the wife 
absolutely, but formed part of the 
husband's estate. The law, he 
said, was laid down in Wilson v. 
Lord, 4 De G., J. & F. 264, that it 
must be plainly shown that it was 
the purpose of the settlement or 
the intention of the settlor to con- 
stitute himself a trustee, and that 
in the case under consideration it 
was clear that was not intended. 
"It was not," he observed, "the 
purpose or meaning of the husband 
in writing those letters to consti- 
tute himself a trustee for his wife. 
I can well understand in such a 
case a husband saying to his wife, 
'I mean to give you this as your 
own, but when you ask me to be a 
trustee for you I must respectfully 
decline. I do not want to be in- 
volved in a trust of that kind or in 
any trust.' " 



§50.] 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



71 



against her heirs. 1 While a trust in lands, created by 
parol, must, in an attempt to enforce the trust, be mani- 
fested by writing duly signed, it is competent after the 
trust has been terminated by a conveyance of the property 
by the trustee to the beneficiaries, to prove the trust by 
parol evidence, as against creditors of the trustee, who 
allege that such conveyance was fraudulent as to them. 2 
Where lands are held under an absolute deed of warranty, 
parol evidence cannot be introduced to establish an express 
trust in such lands. 3 Where it is plain from the nature of 



1 Montgomery v. Craig, 128 Ind. 
48; s. C, 27 N. E. Rep. 427; 
Hughes v. Wilson, 128 Ind. 491; s. 
c, 26 1ST. E. Eep. 50; Gee v. 
Thrailkill, 45 Kan. 173; Steere v. 
Steere, 5 Johns. Ch. 1; S. C, 9 
Am. Dec. 256; Dickinson v. Dick- 
inson, 2 Murph. 279; Lloyd v. 
Inglis, 1 Desaus. 333; Lewis v. 
Lewis, 2 Ch. 77; Finch's Case, 4 
Inst. 86; Harris v. Barnett, 3 Gratt. 
339; Lake v. Freer, 11 111, App. 
576; Mann v. Mann, 1 Johns. Ch. 
234; Sturtevant v. Sturtevant, 20 
N. Y. 39; s. c, 75 Am. Dec. 371; 
Ashley's Adm'r v. .Robinson, 29 
Ala. 112; s. C, 65 Am. Dec. 371. 
See also Jerome v. Bohm (Colo.), 
40 Pac. Rep. 570; Holland v. 
Farthing (Tex.), 21 S. W. Rep. 
67. A daughter indorsed and de- 
livered to her father, at his request, 
promissory notes owned by her, on 
his declaring to her that this was 
necessary in order to secure the 
property for her, and upon no 
other consideration. The father 
made a will by which, after several 
bequests, he gave the residue of 
his property to his executor, and 
ordered the said notes to be de- 
livered to him in trust to invest 
said property and notes in stock, 
and to receive and pay over the 
income thereof to his daughter 
during her life, and to pay the 



principal, at her decease, to such 
person as she might by her last 
will direct, and in default of such 
will and directioa, to pay the same 
to her heir or heirs at law, to have 
and to hold the same forever; and 
by a codicil he gave several lega- 
cies, to be paid after the decease of 
his daughter. He died insolvent, 
and the money due on said notes 
was claimed for his creditors. 
Held, on a bill in equity, brought 
by the daughter against the father's 
executor, that the notes were 
holden by the father in trust for 
her use and benefit, that his cred- 
itors had no claim upon them, and 
that the daughter had the right to 
terminate the trust, if she so 
elected, and to have the trust prop- 
erty restored to her by the execu- 
tor. Hunnewell v. Lane, 11 Met. 
163. 

2 Silvers v. Potter, 48 N. J. Eq. 
539; S. C, 22 Atl. Rep. 584. 

3 McDonald v. Hooker, 57 Ark. 
632; s. C, 22 S. W.Rep. 655; Cor- 
bit v. Smith, 7 Iowa, 60 ; Hurst v. 
Harper, 14 Hun, 283; Horn v. 
Keteltas, 42 How. Pr. 152; McMa- 
hon v. Macy, 51 N. Y. 161 ; Snell- 
ingv. Utterback, 1 Bibb, 609; s. c, 
4 Am. Dec. 661; Hunter v. Bilyeu, 
30 111. 246; Harrison v. Howard, 1 
Ired. Eq. 407; Brady v. Parker, 4 
lred. Eq. 430; Philpott v. Elliott, 



72 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



[§51. 



the instrument that there is an intention to make the holder 
of the legal estate the holder of the beneficial estate also, a 
trust cannot be raised by parol. 1 Parol proof will not be 
heard to engraft an express trust on a conveyance already 
executed, where the instrument is absolute in its terms, 2 
and subsequent declarations, whether oral or in writing, 
will not avail for that purpose. 3 Where there is a valuable 
consideration, if it can be shown that it came from the 
grantor, a trust cannot be established by parol. 4 Where 
lands are held in a secret trust with a view to defrauding 

o 

creditors, a subsequent trust by parol for the benefit of 
creditors will be sustained. 5 In a parol trust which is of 
such a nature that the beneficiary cannot enforce it the 
courts will protect the trustee in its execution, if he elects 
to do so, and as far as possible they will protect the bene- 
ficiary in his reception of the benefits of the trust. 6 

§ 51. Trusts of Personal Property. — An owner of 
personal property may sell or otherwise dispose of it with- 



4 Md. Ch. 273; Lyman v. Ins. Co., 
2 Johns. Ch. 630. 

1 Lewis v. Lewis, 2 Ch. E. 77; 
Finch's Case, 4 Inst. 86; Childers 
V. Childers, 3 K. & J. 310; s. C, 1 
De G. & J. 482 ; Leman v. Whitley, 
4Kuss. 423; Fordyce v. Willis, 3 
Bro. Ch. 587; Lloyd v. Inglis, 1 
Des. 333; 1 Lewin, 42, 5th ed.; 
Gilbert on Uses, 56, 57 ; Pilkington 
v.Bailey, 7 Bro. P. C. 526; Sims v. 
Smith, 11 Ga. 198; Harris v. Bar- 
nett, 3 Gratt. 339; Dickenson v. 
Dickenson, 2 Murph. 279; Steere 
v. Steere, 5 Johns. Ch. 1 ; Gainus 
v. Cannon, 42 Ark. 503; Dean v. 
Dean, 6 Conn. 285; Hutchinson v. 
Tindall, 2 Green Ch. 257; Starr v. 
Starr, 1 Ohio, 321 ; Movan v. Hays, 
1 Johns. Ch. 343; Philbrook v. 
Delano, 29 Me. 410. See also New- 
kirk v. Place (1891), 47 N. J. Eq. 
477 ; S. C, 21 Atl. Hep. 124 ; Blount v. 
Washington, 108 M. Car. 230; s. C, 
12 S. E. Kep. 1008; Begole v. Haz- 



zard (1892), 81 Wis. 274; s. c, 51 
ST. W. Kep. 325; Koche v. George's 
Ex'r (1893), 93 Ky. 609; s. c, 20 
S. W. Kep. 1039; Smith v. Eok- 
ford, 18 S. W. Rep. 210: Butler v. 
Hyland, 89 Cal. 575; s. c, 26 Pac. 
Rep. 1108; Ragsdale v. Ragsdale, 
68 Miss. 92; s. c, 8 So. Rep. 315. 

2 Kelly v. Karsner, 72 Ala. 110; 
Lawson v. Lawson, 117 111. 98; 
Phillips v. So. Park Commrs., 119 
111. 626 ; Hansen v. Berthelson, 19 
Neb. 433; Green v. Cates, 73 Mo. 
122; Cain v. Cox, 23 W. Va. 594; 
Pavey v. Am. Ins. Co., 56 Wis. 221. 

3 Phillips v. So. Park Commrs., 
119 111. 626. 

i 1 Lewin, 42, 5th ed. ; Gilbert on 
Uses, 56, 57 ; Starr v. Starr, 1 Ohio, 
321 ; Philbrooke v. Delano, 29 Me. 
410. 

5 Langsdale v. Woolen, 99 Ind. 
575. 

6 Karr v. Washburn, 56 Wis. 303. 



§ 51.] EXPRESS TRUSTS. 73 

out a contract in writing, and he has a right to make it the 
subject of a trust in the same manner. Any property that 
he can transfer by parol he can convey in trust by parol. 1 
The statute of frauds relates exclusively to real estate, and 
has no application to personal property. On this point the 
decisions of the courts of the United States are in entire 
harmony- with those of England. Money secured by mort- 
gages and other charges on real estate is not included in 
the statute, and may be the subject of a parol trust. 
Where A took a mortgage in the name of B, declaring that 
the principal sum should be for the benefit of B, and re- 
ceived the interest during his life; this being personal 
estate is not within the clause in the statute of frauds relat- 
ing to resulting trusts, or the doctrine of resulting trusts 
under that statute ; but the property after the death of A 
will belong to B by force of the parol declaration. 2 When 
one takes the legal title of land for which another pays the 
purchase money without any fraudulent intent, and subse- 
quently sells the same, agreeing verbally to hold the pro- 
ceeds in trust, a trust is created in the proceeds of the sale. 3 

1 Hooper v. Holmes, 3 Stockt. 122; 115 Pa. St. 198; Gilman v. McAr- 

Kobsonv. Harwell, 6 Gii. 589; Day die, 99 N. Y. 451; Gadsden v. 

v. Roth, 18 N. Y. 448; Higgen- Whaley, 14 S. Car. 211; Hellman 

bottom v. Peyton, 3 Rich. Eq. 398; v. MoWilliams, 70 Cal. 449; Hon 

Kirkpatrick v. Davidson, 2 Kelly, v. Hon, 70 Ind. 135; Hunt v. 

297; Gordon v. Green, 10 Ga. 534; Elliott, 80 Ind. 245; Cobb v. 

Kimball v. Norton, 1 Halst. Ch. 31. Knight, 74 Me. 253; Patterson v. 

See McFadden v. Jinkyns, 1 Hare, Mills, 69 Iowa, 755 ; Cobb v. 

461; s. C, 1 Phill. 157; Thorpe v. Knight, 74 Me. 253; Danser v. 

Owens, 5Beav. 224; George v. Bank Warwick, 33 N. J. Eq. 133. 

of England, 7 Price, 646; Hawkins 2 Benbow v. Townsend, 1 Mylne 

v. Gordon, 2 Sm. & Gif . 451 ; Peck- & K. 506. 

ham v. Taylor, 3 Beav. 250; Simms 3 Thornburg v. Buck (1895), 13 

v. Smith, 11 Ga. 195; Hunnewell Ind. App.446; s. c, 41 N. E. Rep. 

v. Lane, 11 Met. 163; Crissman v. 85; Bellasis v. Compton, 2 Vern. 

Crissman, 23 Mich. 218; Berry v. 294; Benbow v. Townsend, 1 

Norris, 1 Drew, 302; Davis v. Co- Mylne & K. 506; Hackney v. 

burn, 128 Mass. 377; Thatcher v. Brooman, 62 Barb. 650; Childs 

Churchill, 118 Mass. 108; Gerrish v. Jordan, 106 Mass. 322. Where 

v. New Bedford Inst, for Savings, a member of a mutual benefit 

128 Mass. 159; Chase v. Chapin, association has a new certifl- 

130 Mass. 128; MafBt v. Rynd, 69 cate issued in favor of another 

Pa. St. 30; Dickerson's Appeal, person, under a parol agreement 



74 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 52. 

The New York statute provides that trust estates may be 
created for the following purposes: "(3) To receive the 
rents and profits of lands, and apply them to the use of 
any person" during life or for a short term. The statute 
further makes the provisions in regard to real estate applica- 
ble to personal property. It was held that a devise to 
trustees of certain money, to invest the same and pay over 
the income as provided, creates an express trust, clothing 
the trustees with the legal title. 1 A deed of personalty, 
where there is no obstacle to making it, is valid and cannot 
subsequently be annulled. A deed executed by a father to 
his two daughters upon certain trusts, described the prop- 
erty conveyed as all his furniture, live stock, grain, farm- 
ing implements, etc., and "all debts, claims and rights of 
recovery which * * * (grantor) now possesses, and any 
and all other personal estate of any and every description 
whatsoever." It was held that the description included all 
money possessed by the grantor at the time the deed was 
executed and delivered, and that any subsequent attempt 
to dispose of the same by will or otherwise would be in- 
operative. 2 

§ 52. The Subject Continued. — If a person who 
desires to procure an insurance on his life for the benefit 
of his children, makes a parol contract with another by 

that the latter shall apply the pro- reference made to the profits then 

ceeds to a certain purpose, a trust accumulated as a matter separate 

is created which attaches to the and distinct from the stock. Seld, 

proceeds when they come into such that the trustee took not only the 

person's hands. Hirsh v. Auer stock, but the accumulated profits 

(1S95), 146 ST. Y. 13; s. c, 40 N. also, to be received and held by 

E. Rep. 397. The owner of bank him as part of the corpus of the es- 

stock, on which profits had already tate, on the bank's going into 

accumulated, and were held by the liquidation and distributing its as- 

bank, transferred the stock in trust sets. Cobb v. Fant (1892), 36 S. 

to pay "the dividends, income, is- Car. 1; s. c, 14 S. E. Rep. 959. 

sues and profits," equally between 1 Maitland v. Baldwin (1893), 70 

her daughters for their lives, with Hun, 267; s. c, 24 N". Y. Supl. 29; 

remainder over. The shares of 1 Rev. Stat., p. 729, § 55. 

stock on their face were worth $100 2 Fry v. Feamster (1892), 36 W. 

each, and nothing was said in the Va. 454; s. c, 15 S. E. Rep. 253. 
deed as to their actual value, nor 



§52.] 



EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



75 



which the former is to pay the premiums and the policy is 
to be made payable to the latter, who is to hold it in trust 
for the children, and collect and hold the proceeds in trust 
for them, a court of equity will enforce the trust ; and if 
the trustee is an improper person to receive the money and 
execute the trust, the court will remove him and appoint 
another. 1 In the creation of a trust in personalty, as well 
as in real estate, the language employed must be definite 
and positive. The property which is to be the subject-mat- 
ter of the trust must be clearly and definitely described ; 
the purposes of the trust must be plainly indicated, and as 
well the person or persons who are to be the beneficiaries. 
Ambiguous or vague and indefinite expressions will not be 
held to create a trust. In addition to this, the proof of the 
trust must be unequivocal. 2 The declaration of a purpose 
to create a trust is of no value, and a promise to make a 



1 Silvey v. Hodgdon, 52 Cal. 363; 
Cobb v. Knight, 74 Me. 253 ; Kra- 
Hl<3I v. McCaughey, 11 Mo. App. 
426. A valid trust arises as against 
ewy orie, excspi the donor's cred- 
itors, where an owner of the bank 
stock surrenders his certificate, 
and has it reissued to himself as 
trustee for the benefit of his chil- 
dren, and such trust remained un- 
revoked at his death. Mize v. 
Bates Co. Bank (1895), 60 Mo. 
App. Rep. 358. A trust in per- 
sonal property may be created by 
parol, and it is valid, though with- 
out consideration and unknown to 
the beneficiary. "Williams v. Has- 
kins' Estate (1894), 66 Vt. 378; s. 
c, 29 Atl. Rep. 371. B deposited 
in a savings bank certain moneys 
in his own name as trustee for R, 
his step- daughter. B gave the 
book to R, who returned it to B, in 
whose control it remained. In a 
suit against the administrator of B, 
claiming the deposit as trust funds, 
held that trust was completely 
constituted. Ray v. Simmons, 11 



R. I. 266. Where, by reason of the 
statute of frauds, a verbal declara- 
tion of trust in land would be void, 
yet such declaration would be up- 
held when the proceeds arising 
from the sale are made the subject 
of the trust. Hooper v. Holmes, 
11 N\ J. Eq. 122; Kimball v. Mor- 
ton, 5 ST. J. Eq. 26; s. O., 43 Am. 
Dec. 621 ; Barkley v. Lane"s Ex'r, 6 
Bush, 587; Higgenbottom v. Pey- 
ton, 3 Rich. Eq. 398; Mafflt v. 
Rynd, 69 Pa. St. 380; Lester v. 
Hodgson, L. R. 4 Eq. 30; Calder 
v. Moran, 49 Mich. 14; Hess' Ap- 
peal, 112 Pa. St. 168; Thomas v. 
Merry, 113 Ind. 88. See generally 
Chase v. Perley, 148 Mass. 289; 
Roach v. Caffara, S5 Cal. 437; 
Barry v. Lambert, 98 N. Y. 305 : 
Comer v. Comer, 24 111. App. 526; 
Freeman v. Freeman, 2 Pars. Eq. 
(Pa.) 81; Greenfield's Estate, 14 
Pa. St. 489; Gulick v. Gulick, 39 
N. J. Eq. 401 ; Kirkpatrick v. Mc- 
Donald, 11 Pa. St. 387. 

2 Bailey v. Irwine, 72 Ala. 505; 
Allen v. Withrow, 110 U. S. 119. 



76 EXPRESS TRUSTS. [§ 53. 

donation at some future time, where there is no considera- 
tion, at best is only an imperfect gift, and will not be up- 
held as a trust. 1 Where one accepts notes of another in 
trust to pay such person's debts, and and agrees with the 
creditor either to turn over the notes to him, or when col- 
lected to pay him the money, and enters upon the perform- 
ance of the undertaking, there will arise an obligation on 
his part to execute the trust faithfully, and an action lies 
in favor of the creditor for a failure to do so. He makes 
himself a trustee for the creditor, even though he receives 
no compensation. 2 To constitute a trust in personal prop- 
erty it is enough if the owner unequivocally declares, either 
orally or in writing, that he holds it in prcesenti in trust for 
another. 3 

§ 53. Trusts in Bank Deposits. — The cases relating 
to bank deposits, and especially to deposits in savings 
banks, are very numerous, and they are not in entire har- 
mony. In this treatise no effort is made to reconcile decis- 
ions that are in conflict, either real or apparent, but the 
cases either presented or cited will afford a general if not 
exhaustive view of the subject and enable the thoughtful 
student to reach a sound conclusion. The courts of the 

1 Allen v. Withrow, 110 U. S. 119. 3 Kay v. Simmons, 11 K. I. 266; 

2 Walden v. Karr, 88 111. 49; s. C, 15 Am. L. Keg. (N". S.) 701; 
Eddy v. Roberts, 17 111. 506; Ex parte Pye, 18 Ves. Jr. 140 ; Mil- 
Brown v. Strait, 19 111. 89; Bristow roy v. Lord, 4 De G., F. & J. 264; 
v. Lane, 21 111. 194; Albrecht v. Richardson v. Richardson, Law 
Wolf, 58 111. 186. A son was au- Rep. 3 Eq. 68G; Kekewich v. Man- 
thorized by his mother to collect ning, 1 De G., M. & G. 176; Mor- 
and invest her money for her, he gan v. Malleson, L. R. 10 Eq. 475; 
to retain, as his compensation, all Penfold, v. Mould, L. R. 4 Eq. 562; 
the profits arising from the estate Wheatley v. Purr, 1 Keen, 551, and 
in excess of a certain per cent., note; McFadden v. Jenkins, 1 
which he was to pay over to his Hare, 458 ; affirmed on appeal, 1 
mother. He did keep the money Phillips, 153; Thorpe v. Owen, 5 
together, and invested it, from Beav. 224; Exton v. Scott. 6 Sim. 
time to time, and spoke of and 31; Fletcher v. Fletcher, 4 Hare, 
treated it as his mother's money. 67; Carson's Admr. v. Phelps, 14 
This was held sufficient to show a Am. L. Reg. (>T. S.) 100; Souver- 
trust, and that the son was acting bridge et ux. v. Arden et al., 1 
as a trustee, and not as a borrower. Johns. Ch. 240 ; Bunn v. Winthrop 
Clapp v. Emery, 98 111. 523. et nl., 1 Johns. Ch. 329. 



§ 53. J EXPRESS TRUSTS. 77 

State of New York and of some other States have held that 
the declaration of trust may be completed though the pass- 
book is retained by the depositor. It is assumed that he 
retains it as trustee, and that in the control of the funds 
which he continues to exercise he acts not as the proprietor 
but as a trustee. In the case of Martin v. Funk, before 
the Court of Appeals of the State of New York, which has 
been frequently quoted, and is of special value, as it covers 
a number of very important points, the doctrine of the 
New York courts is fully and clearly stated. S deposited 
in a savings bank a sum of money belonging to her, declar- 
ing at the time that she wanted the account to be in trust 
for plaintiff. The account was so entered, and a pass-book 
given to S containing an entry, in substance, that the ac- 
count was with her in trust for plaintiff. A deposit was 
made in the same manner in trust for K. Plaintiff and K 
were sisters, and distant relations of S. S retained posses- 
sion of the pass-books, and the money remained in bank, 
with its accumulated interest, except that she drew out one 
year's interest, until her death. Plaintiff and K were igno- 
rant of the deposits until after that event. In an action to 
obtain possession of the pass-books, and to recover the de- 
posits, it was held that the transaction was a valid and suffi- 
cient declaration of trust, and passed the title to the 
deposits. S, constituting herself a trustee, that the reten- 
tion of the pass-books, which were simply the vouchers for 
the property, must be deemed to have been as trustee, and 
was not inconsistent with the completeness of the gift, nor 
was notice to the cestuis que trust necessary. 1 The view 
here presented appears to be sustained by the English 
courts. In delivering the opinion in this case Mr. Justice 
Church quotes Lord Chief Justice Turner with approval as 
follows: "I take the law of this court to be well settled, 
that in order to render a voluntary settlement valid and 



1 Martin v. Funk, 75 N. Y. 134; 475; Warriner v. Kogers, L. K. 16 

Hill on Trustee**, 130; Kichardson Eq. 340; Pye's Case, 18 Ves. 140; 

t. Richardson, L. K. 3 Eq. 684; Wheatley v. Purr, 1 Keen, 551. 
Morgan v. Malleson, L. B. 10 Eq. 



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effectual the settlor must have done everything, which ac- 
cording to the nature of the property comprised in the set- 
tlement is binding upon him. He may, of course, do this by 
actually transferring the property to the person for whom 
he intended to provide, and the provision will then be effect- 
ual, and it will be equally effectual if he transfer the prop- 
erty to a trustee for the purposes of the settlement, or de- 
clare that he himself holds it in trust for those purposes, 
and if the property be personal, the trust may, I apprehend, 
be declared either in writing or by parol." 1 The following 
recent cases are in the same direction : Decedent, plaint- 
iff's father, deposited in plaintiff's name in a savings bank, 
money saved by her while a little child, and from time to 
time deposited other moneys on such account. The pass- 
books were often shown to plaintiff, and the deposit was 



1 Martin v. Funk, 75 N. Y. 138. 
A widow with a considerable estate 
and no children deposited in a 
savings hank $250 in her own name 
as trustee for W. W was a hoy 13 
years of age, whose parents were 
near neighbors and friends, and 
who was accustomed to do errands 
for her, being almost daily at her 
house for the purpose, she often 
giving him presents in return. 
Shortly after making the deposit, 
she told the boy's parents that she 
had deposited that amount in the 
savings bank for their son, and 
again alluding to it, remarked that 
W would need it for his education. 
She kept the bank book herself, 
and two years thereafter drew out 
a. part of the money, and a year 
later the balance with accrued in- 
terest, signing receipts in her own 
name, and appropriating the 
money to her own use. She died 
four years later, leaving a will in 
which no allusion was made to the 
deposit, and nothing was given to 
W. It was found by the court be- 
low that at the time she made the 



deposit she intended to make a gift 
of the sum to W, to take effect 
either then or at some future time. 
Held, that she made a complete 
gift at the time of the deposit, and 
could not afterwards revoke it. 
[Two judges dissenting.] And 
held that the trust was to be re- 
garded upon the facts as only for 
W's minority, and that upon his 
becoming of age the legal title 
would vest in him without any 
further act to end the trust. 
Whether a legal title to the money 
did not instantly vest in W upon 
the donor's drawing out and ap- 
propriating it in violation of the 
trust. Quere: Minor v. Roger, 40 
Conn. 512; Thompson v. Gordon, 

3 Strobh. 196; Trowell v. Carra- 
way, 10 Heisk. 104; Marston v. 
Marston, 21 N. H. 491 ; Adams v. 
Nicholas, 1 Miles, 90 ; s. C, 2 Whart. 
17 ; Huntington v. Gilmore, 14 Barb. 
243 ; Jones v. Selby, Prec. in Ch. 
300; Merchant v. Merchant, 2 
Bradf. 432; Parker v. Picks, 8 
Jones, 447; Hambrokev^ Simmons, 

4 Russ. 25. 



§ 53. J EXPRESS TRUSTS. 79 

often mentioned in the family as plaintiff's, and decedent 
often said it was to be plaintiff's at his death. The savings 
bank ceased to do business, and decedent transferred the 
deposit to another bank, "subject to the control" of him- 
self, and made further deposits in such bank. Afterwards, 
without the knowledge of plaintiff, he invested the amount 
of the deposits in a mortgage, to which he attached a writ- 
ing, stating that the mortgage was purchased with money 
which plaintiff had in the savings bank to her credit, and 
that he put it in the mortgage "so that she can realize more 
interest," and "at my death this is to go to her." It 
was held sufficient to establish a trust in plaintiff's 
favor, as the words "subject to the control" of de- 
cedent did not mean that he retained ownership, but sim- 
ply that he retained the management of the. money. 1 
V deposited money in a savings bank, and took a bank book 
in her name in trust for H, and the account was so entered 
by the bank. She afterwards made other deposits which 
were entered in the book and credited to the same account 
by the bank, retaining possession of the book; and the 
money, with its accumulated interest, remained in the bank 
until after her death. It was held that the transactions con- 
stituted an irrevocable trust in favor of H, and that plaintiff, 
as his administrator, was entitled to the moneys in ques- 
tion. 2 

1 ilillard v. Clark (1894), 80 Hud, taxable, withdrew a part of it, and 
141; s. C, 29 1ST. Y. Supl. 1012. deposited it in his own name as 

2 Hyde v. Kitchen, 69 Hun, 2S0; trustee for C, and a pass-book con- 
S. c, 23 N. Y. Supl. 573. G- de- taining such an entry was issued lo 
posited $560 in d, bank in his name him, which he retained until his 
as trustee for M, as shown by the death. Shortly after making such 
bank book and the books of the deposit he declared that he made 
bank. The bank book was in the it as trustee for C, and from time 
possession of M at G's death. Held, to time he deposited other money 
that in the absence of rebutting evi- thereto as trustee, and drew money 
dence, there was sufficient to create from it, which he receipted for as 
a trust in favor of M. In re Gaff- trustee. Held, that such transac- 
ney's Estate (1892), 146 Pa. St. 49; tions constituted a complete, vol- 
s. c, 23 Atl. Eep.163. S, who had untary trust for C's benefit. Pope 
over $2,000 in bank, on being in- v. Bank, 56 Vt. 284, distinguished; 
formed by the cashier that any Connecticut Eiv. Sav. Bk. v. Albee 
amount on deposit over $2,000 was (1893), 64 Vt. 571; s. C, 25 Atl. 



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[§ 54. 



§ 54. Bank Deposits Continued — Some decisions of 
the Supreme Court of Massachusetts are not in accord with 
the preceding. In the leading case, Brabrook v. Boston 
Five Cents Savings Bank, we have the following : A B de- 
posited in a savings bank a sum in his own name and a like 
sum in the name of "A B, trusteee for C D," who was his 
daughter, and always retained the pass-books in his own 
possession. In a suit by the daughter, after his death, 
against the bank for the sum deposited by him as trustee 
for her, parol evidence was offered to show that both de- 
posits were his money, and that one was made in his daugh- 
ter's name because the amount of both exceeded the sum 
which the law allowed the bank to hold for a single depositor. 
It was held that the evidence was admissible, notwithstand- 
ing that a by-law of the bank, assented to by A B, provided 
that any depositor might designate at the time of deposit 
for whose benefit the same was made, and should be bound 
by such condition; and that upon the facts the plaintiff 



Rep. 487. The fact that a deposit 
in bank was made in the name of 
the depositor "in trust" for another 
is not conclusive as to the intent to 
create a trust, but the surrounding 
circumstances may be shown as 
bearing on the intent. Macy v. 
Williams, 83 Hun, 243; s. C.,31N. 
Y. Supl.620. B deposited in a sav- 
ings bank certain moneys in his own 
name as trustee for R. B gave the 
bank book to R, who returned it to 
B, in whose control it remained. 
B was childless. R was his step- 
daughter. It was in evidence that 
B was a man of few words, and 
that he treated R as his daughter. 
In an equity suit by R against the 
administrator of B, claiming the 
depo.-it as trust funds held by B for 
R, held, that the trust was com- 
pletely constituted. Held, further, 
that the trust being constituted, 
the fact that it was voluntary was 
no reason for refusing relief. Ray 
v. Simmons, 11 R. I. 2t>6. U, 



plaintiff's intestate, in 1850, de- 
posited a sum of money in a sav- 
ings bank which was credited to 
an account then opened wilh her 
in trust for S J U, her daughter. 
The bank issued a pass-book, in 
which the account was entered, as 
with her, in trust for her said 
daughter. This deposit was sub- 
sequently drawn out.- In 1874 U, 
having sold a house and lot, de- 
posited $2,000 to the credit of said 
account, which was entered in said 
pass-book. She also, at the same 
time, deposited $25 to the credit of 
an account, with her in trust, for a 
granddaughter, receiving another 
pass-book therefor, and on the 
same day she deposited the balance 
of the purchase money received to 
her own credit in another savings 
bank. U retained the pass-book 
until her death. In an action to 
determine the title to the deposit 
held, that the transaction disclosed 
an intention to create a trust for 



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EXPRESS TRUSTS. 



81 



could not recover. 1 In delivering the opinion in this case 
Mr. Justice Wells said: "If the act of transfer be com- 
plete on the part of the donor, subsequent acceptance by 
the donee, before revocation, will be sufficient. But there 
must be some act of delivery out of the possession of the 
donor, for the purpose and with the intent that the title 
shall thereby pass." In support of this view he cites Min- 



the benefit of the daughter, and 
that the latter was entitled to the 
fund. Also held, the fact that prior 
to the second deposit the daughter 
was married, and so bore a different 
name at that time, and that the 
name was not changed in the ac- 
count, did not affect the question, 
as the deposit was clearly made for 
her benefit. Also held, the fact 
that U drew the interest on the 
deposit did not change or affect the 
character she had given to it as a 
trust fund, nor did the fact that she 
had offered to loan the money, 
after the deposit was made, or that 
she, in the first place, proposed to 
deposit the whole purchase money 
in the bank when the balance was 
deposited. Williams v. Smith et 
ah, 91 N. Y. 297. In an action by 
the executor of A against a savings 
bank to recover money deposited 
by A, it appeared that, after de- 
positing in his own name and on 
his own account all that he was 
allowed to by the rules of the bank, 
A made three other deposits as 
trustee, one of which was in trust 
for his only son by name, and the 
others in trust for his two grand- 
children by name; that for these 
deposits he took separate bank 
books containing entries of the 
same, which, after his death, were 
found among his effects, having 
never been delivered to the persons 
named, or to any one else for them, 
and that A continued, during his 
lifetime, to collect, receipt for and 



use as his own all dividends de- 
clared upon these deposits. A by- 
law of the bank provided that "no 
person shall receive any part of the 
principal or interest, without pro- 
ducing the original books, in order 
that such payments may be entered 
thereon," and another by-law pro- 
vided that "any depositor, at the 
time of making his deposit, may 
designate the person for whose 
benefit the same is made, which 
shall be binding on his legal repre- 
sentatives." The son and grand- 
children of A, who appeared as 
claimants of the money under the 
Statute of 1876, ch. 203, § 19, offered 
to prove, in addition to the facts 
above stated, that A had said to 
each of them, at different times, 
"that he had put this money in 
bank for them ; that he wanted to 
draw the interest during his life- 
time, and that after he was gone 
they were to have the money." 
Held, that the evidence offered was 
admissible, and that upon all the 
evidence a jury would be justified 
in finding that A had fully consti- 
tuted himself a trustee for the 
claimants, Gerrish v. Sew Bed- 
ford Inst, for Savings, 128 Mass. 
159 (Gardner v. Merritt, 32 Md. 
78 ; Vandenberg v. Palmer, 4 K. & 
J. 204), although there may have 
been no delivery of the bank book. 
Blasdell v. Locke, 52 1ST. H. 238. 

1 Brabrook v. Boston Bank, 104 
Mass. 228. 



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[§54. 



chin v. Merrill, 2 Edw. Ch. 333. In a later case before the 
same court this doctrine was sustained. In Clark v. Clark, 
Chief Justice Chapman said: "The case of Brabrookv. 
Boston Five Cents Savings Bank is decisive of this case." 1 
This position appears to be sustained by the decision of the 
United States Circuit Court for the District of Massachu- 
setts. In the case of Stone v. Bishop it was held that 
mere deposit of money in a savings bank, with entry in the 
pass-book in the form shown in this case, that it was in 
trust for the alleged cestui que trust, without notice to the 
supposed cestui que trust, is not sufficient to show that the 
money deposited passed to him, especially when he knew 
nothing of the deposit until after the decease of the deposi- 
tor, and the appointment of an administrator. 2 But if the 



i Clark v. Clark, 108 Mass. 522; 
Powers v. Provident Inst., 12-1 
Mass. 377 ; Stone v. Bishop, 4 Cliff. 
593; Weber v. Weber (N, Y.), 9 
Reporter, 632; Geary v. Page, 9 
Bosw. 290; Meigs v. Meigs, 15 
Hun, 453. See also contra, Witzell 
v. Chaplin, 3 Bradf. 386. See also 
Gaskell v. Gaskell, 2 You. & Jer. 
502; Moore v. Moore, L. P. 18 Eq. 
474. 

2 Stone v. Bishop, 4 Cliff. 593. 
The transfer of a bank depositor, 
of her account, to the names of 
herself and a third person, with 
the understanding that the money 
is to remain hers during life, sub- 
ject to her own control, and on her 
death to be the property of the 
third person, to be applied to re- 
ligious and charitable uses, does 
not create a valid trust in the third 
person, since the death of the de- 
positor is a condition precedent to 
the complete transfer to the donee ; 
and hence, on the depositor's death, 
the money belongs to her adminis- 
trato