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ABATEMENT, of writs, &c. for want of the defendant's addition,

123
for not leaving the copy of an attachment, &c.

143
action not to abate by the death of the plaintiff, &c.

128
ACCESSARIES, before the fact, how punished,

344
after the fact

345
ACCOUNT, to be annexed to the declaration in actions on book account, 125, 143
and to defendant's plea

125
balance of, may be sued for before a justice of the peace

143
action of, by joint tenants, &c.

193
appeal in

194
proceedings in, before auditors

ib.
action of, by an executor a residuary legatee against his co-executor 220
by a residuary legatee against an executor

ib.
by administrators against each other

230
settlement of executor's, &c. account, with the court of probate,
&c. to be final

234

319
ACTION, transitory, where to be commenced

114
when to be entered

123, 129
in special court, where to be brought, &c.

114, 117
of debt, defendant may bring money into court

124
of trespass, defendant may plead tender of amends

ib.
on judgment, &c. defendant may plead payment, &c.

ib.
on bond, &c. court may assess damages according to equity 125
on bond, plaintiff may assign several breaches, &c.

126
relating to the realty, a view may be had

ib.
against partners, &c.

128
not to abate by the death of the plaintiff

, &c.

ib.
of account

193, 220, 230
of ejectment, on mortgages, &c.

209, 233
against heirs, &c.

236, 237
against administrator, &c. when and how to be brought

238, 239
of dower

189
against executors, &c. of insolvent estates, not to be sustained pend-
ing the commission, except, &c.

244
against guardians

246, 247, 248

,
personal, limitation of

364
against owner of cattle damage feasant

394
on promisory notes, how prosecuted, &c.

355
ACTS, of the general assembly, how to be passed

88
to be kept and recorded by the secretary

ib.
to be printed, and how distributed

89
ADDITION, of the defendant to be given in writs, &c.

123
ADDRESS, from president Washington

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232

ADMINISTRATOR, may join in review with a surviving defendant

134
may review alone

134, 135
may be removed by the court of probate

213, 220
with the will annexed, may be appointed

213
power and duty of

214, 221
may be required to give additional security on his administration
bond

213
feme sole, joint administratrix marrying, her power to cease 220
feme sole, administratrix marrying, not to make her husband ad-
ministrator

220, 221
who may be appointed

221, 227, 228
to exhibit an inventory

227
to give bond

228
how to account for the inventory

229
may have an action of account against his co-administrator 230
husband to be appointed, to his wife's estate

ib.
of the estate of absent persons to be appointed .

ib.
may prosecute the suits of his intestate

231
judgment against, how to be entered in such case

ib.
writs against, how to be issued

ib.
not to be holden to bail, &c. unless on suggestion of waste
remedy against, on suggestion of waste

ib.
actions against, when to be brought
may bring actions of trespass, &c.

ib.
de bonis non, may sue out writs of scire facias, &c.

ib.
may bring actions for mortgaged estates

233
recovering possession, to be seized to the use of the heir, &c. ib.
may sell the same,

ib.
may discharge mortgages

234
in the settlement of the accounts of, allowance to be made for the

family of the deceased
to be allowed compensation for his services, &c.
may be compelled to pay interest on settlement of his accounts
settlement of the accounts of, by the court of probate, to be final ib.
may sell real estate by order of the supreme judicial court

235
shall give notice of sale

ib.
notice how perpetuated

240
shall give bond before sale to account, &c.

235, 236
proceedings on bond of, when and how sued, &c.

237, 238
shall settle the estate within three years

239
when claims against the intestate shall be considered as due

ib.
shall exhibit his accounts annually, &c.

240
penalty for neglect

241
of the estate of person dying without known heir, &c.

ib.
of insolvent estate, not to be sued pending the commission

244
ADULTERY, how punished

347
ADVANCEMENT, what to be considered as

226
AMENDMENT, of defects in form

128
ANSWER, in court of common pleas, when to be filed

114
may be permitted by the court on the first or second day of the term ib.
when may be filed, if real estate be attached, &c.

156, 157
at special court, when to be filed

116
APPEAL from the court of common pleas

115.
terms of

115, 133

in case

ib,

ib.
ib.

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APPEAL, from the court of sessions

119
terms of

ib.
to the sessions, to be final

120
may not be by the State

119
from a justices' court in criminal cases

119, 120
terms of

119, 120, 149
from a justices' court in civil cases

145
terms of

ib.
reasons of, when to be filed

119, 129
when appellant shall file copy of the case

ib. ib.
court may permit reasons of, to be filed on the first or second day of
the term

129
upon appeal, parties may have benefit of further evidence 115, 119, 120
by one party, cause how to be tried

129
neglected to be entered, appellee may file complaint 129, 194, 213
from judgment on note, &c. defendant to pay double costs, &c.

133
may be from the court of common pleas in actions of trespass
commenced at a justices' court

144
from a judgment to account

194
not allowed in cases of forcible entry, &c.

198
on appeal, appellant to pay $5 before verdict

140
from a judgment for partition, when to be made

207
from a court of probate

193, 212, 222, 226
terms of

212
from a court of probate, when to be tried

213
decree of probate suspended by

214
from an order of town-council relative to charitable uses

253
from an order of removal by a town-council

276
terms of

ib.
may be by Narragansett indians

279
from an order of bastardy

282, 285
from an order for laying out highways, &c.

288
from an order under the slave act
from a sentence under the act authorizing a commitment to the
work-house, Providence

464
from a judgment relative to fire-engines

449
from a conviction for laboring, &c. Sundays

414
APPRENTICES, minors may be bounden out, &c.

249
for what term, &c.

ib.
to be protected from ill-usage

250
may be discharged by the court of sessions

250, 251
absconding, how to be apprehended

250
discharged by the death of the master
poor children may be apprenticed, &c.

274, 443
ARSON, how punished

339
ASSAULT AND BATTERY, how punished

148, 350
with intent to commit murder, &c. how

350
ASSESSORS OF TAXES, refusing to serve, forfeiture

259
not obliged to serve oftener than once in seven years

ib.
towns neglecting to choose, penalty

260
to notify the inhabitants to exhibit lists, &c.

310
to deliver tax-bill to town-clerk

312
fees of

318
when to be chosen

ib.
how to make lists of rateable estates, &c.

312

444

251

ASSETS, wearing apparel, not to be,

229
emblements when to be

ib.
estates mortgaged to be

233
ASYLUM, Newport, act relating to

453
ATTACHMENT, discharged on granting a new trial in case

110
may be on a justice's writ

143
articles exempt from

156
of real estate, when and how to be made

ib.
first, to be first satisfied

157, 237
time of, to be entered on writ, &c.

157
FOREIGN, [see foreign attachment.]
ATTORNIES, fees of

171, 172
not allowed taxable fee at justices' court

145
to pay a tax upon
their admission

427
rules for admission of, &c. may be prescribed by the supreme ju-
dicial court

109
ATTORNEY GENERAL, how elected

94

299
fees of

165
AUCTION, sales at

403
Newport, Providence and Bristol, may regulate

404
AUCTIONEERS, to be appointed by the several towns

403
to give bond, and be sworn

ib.
duties of

ib.
to read conditions of sale

ib.
fees of

404
may be appointed by the town-councils in case

ib,
penalty for assuming office of

ib.
bonds of, how to be sued, &c.

ib.
goods sold by, liable to duty

ib.
to render accounts on oath to the general treasurer, &c.

405
penalty for neglect in accounting, &c.

406
for swearing falsely

ib.
AUDITORS, [see account.)

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duty of

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BAIL, discharged on granting new trial in case

110
to be taken on writs of review

135
how holden, on justice's writs

143
persons arrested, to be let to

173
how to be taken

145, ib.
may render the principal in discharge

173, 174
may commit him

ib.
remedy against

ib.
entitled to action against the principal

175
limitation of action against

ib.
upon surrender by, when creditor shall take the principal in exe-

cution
the supreme judicial court may admit to, &c. 181, 182, 345, 354
executors, &c. not holden to, unless, &c.

231
prisoners committed for a capital crime, &c. to be admitted to, in case 354
BANKS to make annual returns

430
committee may inspect the books of

ib.

ib.

ib.

BANKS, debts due from, not to exceed the capital paid in

430
penalty for issuing an excess

ib.
directors of, dissenting, not liable

431
not to issue certain notes, payable out of the State

ib.
not to issue less than one dollar bills

ib.
directors of, &c. may be indicted for fraud

ib.
refusing to pay over deposits, &c. penalty

432
having bills in circulation exceeding the capital, penalty

ib.
debts due to, how recovered

ib.
debts due from, how recovered

433
what defence may be pleaded by the president, &c.

434
president of, may have remedy over against directors

ib.
neglecting to pay their bills, charter forfeited

ib.
names of directors to be published

435
certain acts relative to, repealed

ib.
ninth section of the act limited

436
BANK STOCK, may be taken by foreign attachment

163
may be taken by execution

164
(See foreign attachment.]
BARRATRY, how punished

346
BARRINGTON, incorporated

82
BASTARDY, proceedings in cases of

280
overseers to make complaint

281
woman to be examined

280, ib.
form of order

283, 285
appeal granted

282, ib.
indemnity to be accepted by the overseers
no colored woman to charge a white man, &c.

286
BASTARD CHILD, concealing the death of, how punished

349
BEEF AND PORK, to be inspected

378
inspector-general of, to be appointed

ib.
to give bond and be sworn

ib.
deputy-inspectors of, to be appointed

ib.
to give bonds and be sworn

ib.
assistant-inspectors of, may be appointed

ib.
to give bonds and be sworn

ib.
inspector and deputies to make returns

379
beef, how to be packed and divided

ib.
how to be salted

380
barrels, how to be made

ib.
to contain 200 wt. of beef

ib.
to be branded

ib.
inspectors' fees

381
certificate of inspection to be produced to collector upon clearing
out

382
pork barrels
, how to be made

ib.
to contain 200 wt. of pork

ib.
qualities of pork, how distinguished

383
beef in kegs may be exported, in case

ib.
certificates of inspection, to accompany on exportation

384
inspected, from Connecticut, &c. may be exported

ib.
penalty for selling before inspection

385
for branding contrary to law

381
for shifting provisions inspected

ib,

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