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