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Kalt v. Lignot,

382 Kelly v. Page,

697 Kendrick v. Kimball, 399 Kennebeck Co. v. Augusta

Ins. & Banking Co. Kimball v. Rowland,

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L. Landaff's Petition,

292 Lang v. Evans,

696 Langdon v. Lord,

566 - v. Ratland,

629 Langmaid v. Puffer, Lanphier v. Worcester and Nashua R. R. Co.

400 Lawrence v. Dewey,

212 Lawson v. Bank of London, 223 1. Carr,

100 Leach v. Kimball,

688 Lee v. Kane,

439 Lewis v. Bolitho, - u. Eagle Ins. Co. 532 Liddel v. Norton,

108 Liddle v. Mulligan,

580 Lindsay v. United States, Littleton v. Richardson, 690 Livingston v. Pendergast, 644 Loring v. Otis,

535 - v. Park,

443 Lyman v. Tarbell, Lynch v. Cronan,

440 Lyndon v. Danville,

525 Lyon v. Williams,

McGilvery v. Capen,

535 McGregor v. Rhodes,

165 McMullen ». Riley,

439 McQuesten v. Morgan, 631 Mead v. Merrill,

397 Mechanics Bank v. New York

& New Haven R. R. Co. 266 Melvin v. Fellows,

289 Mennie v. Blake,

357 Methodist Episcopal Church v. Barker,

447 Michigan State Bank v. Leavenworth's Estate,

527

venworth,

-— v. Peck, 527 Miles v. Roberts,

345 Mitchell v. Dyer,

50 Mohney v. Cook,

151 Molineaux v. Coburn,

47 Molyneaux v. Rowe,

225 Monson v. Williams,

412 Montpelier v East Montpelier, 528 Morrill v. Foster,

394 Morrison v. New Bedford Institute for Savings,

583 Morrow v. Willard,

624 Morse v. Cross,

671 Morss v. Shannon,

384 Moses v. Boston & Maine R. R. Co.

282 Moss v. Hinds,

211 - v. Thorniley,

164 Moulton v. Parker & Young, 693 Mowry v. Chessman,

441 Mulry v. Mowhawk Valley

Ins. Co.
Mumford v. Oxford, &c.,
Railway Co.

159 Munger v. Munger,

293 Munroe v. Merrill,

51

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M. Magruder v. United States, 138 Main v. Warner,

151 Manchester & Lawrence R. R. Co. v. Fisk, .

394 Manly o. Slason,

459 Mansir v. Crosby,

408 Marquand v. Banner,

160 Maria v. Bailey,

152 Martineau v Rogers,

220 Marvin v. Wallis,

228 Mather v. Fraser,

106 McCabe v. Bellows,

698 McCracken v. Dargan, 517 McDougall v. Calef,

642 McFadden v. Burns,

51 McFarland v. Chase,

588

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Nary v. Potter,
Nelson v. Nelson,
Newry & Enniskillen Rail-

way Co. v. Ulster Railway

Co. Nichols v. Suncook Manufacturing Co.

575 Nicholson v. United States, 20 Norton v. Bazett,

519 Noyes v. Smith,

469

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Nutting v. Herbert,

692 | Probate Court v. Banfil, 469 Nye v. Marion School District, 583 Prowett v. Mortimer,

222 Puckett v. United States,

18 Putnam v. Bixby,

440 - v. Mellen,

338 Osborne v. Atkins,

Pybus v. Gibbs,

517 Osgood v. Green,

393 Olis v. Coffin,

534
Rackaron v. Marriott,

355 Radcliffe, in re,

159 Radway v. Graham,

684 Page v. Hubbard,

607
Radworth v. Parker,

159 — v. Olcutt,

470
Rays v. Johnson,

703 Palmer's Case,

R. B. Forbes, The

544 Palmer v. Fowley,

46
Reed v. Whitney,

531 - v. Ward,

Regina v. Burgon,

225 Parker v. McKean,

577 - v. Midland Railway

- v. Gardner,

225 Co.

169
v. Hodgson,

225 Patch v. Keeler,

Regina v. Leech, Patchin v. Stroud,

- v. Roebuck,

2:24 Patten v. Moore,

- v, Rush,

224 Paul v. Carver,

- 150

- - v. Scott, - v. Hartland,

463
Revis v. Smith,

169 Payne v. Ridgway,

Reynolds v. Bridge,

224 Peabody v. Bloomer,

Richardson v. Forepaugh, 532 Pearce v. Pearce,

Robb v. United States,

89 Peirce v. Gray,

Robbins v. Rice,

699 Pellew v. Horsford,

221
Roberts v. Brett,

357 Pembroke Iron Co.v. Parsons, 48

Robertson, Margaret, in the Pendleton v. Empire Stone

matter of, Dressing Co..

277
Robie v. Flanders,

· 291 Perin v. Campbell,

166
Robinson v. Cole,

570 Perkins v. Gibbs,

- v. Ensign, - v. Pitman,

346
- v. Morse,

708 Perry v. Pettingill,

288

- v. Wheelwright, 161 Phelps v. Phelps,

578
Roddam v. Morley,

159 - v. Thomas,

406

Rogers et ux. v. McLean, 681 Pierce v. Emery,

278
Rome v. Addison,

574 - v. Paine's Estate, 467

Roscoe v. Hale,

583 Pierson v. Hobbs,

283
Roys v. Johnson,

703 Pillsbury v. Locke,

285
Ruhl v. Muller,

449 Pingree v. Coffin,

Russel v. Dyer,

402 Piper v. Piper,

689
- v. Fabyan,

345 Pitman v. Albany, 695

695 Pope v. Stacy,

457

Rutland & Burlington Manf.
Port v. United States,

12
Co, v. Simpson,

629 Porter v. Shehan,

588 Powell v. Powell,

571 Pratt v. Mathew,

162 - v. Wheeler,

439 Prescott Bank v. Caverly,

Salem v. Edgerley,

390 Preston v. Hutchinson, 573 Sampson v. Hobart's Estate, 465 Price v. Dearborn, 636 | Sanborn's Petition,

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Sanford v. The Catawissa, &c.
R. R. Co.

150
Sanderson r. Taft,

440 Savery o. King,

220 Sawyer v. Sawyer,

467 -0. Woodbury, 533 Sa yer v. Bradley,

512 Scammon v. Scammon, 282 Sharon o. Simonds,

707 Shepherd o. Briggs,

458 -- v. Naylor, Sherman v. Dodge's Estate, 455 Shumway v. Collins,

44 Sibley o. Aldrich,

292 Siereking v. Smith,

163 Small v. Haskins,

628 - 0. Sumner, Smalley o. Sorrogan,

569 Smith v. Gibbs,

-- v. Boston, Concord and Montreal R. R. Co. 289 - v. Lakeman, - -v. Reynolds,

227 -0. Smeltzer,

685 - 0. Spencer,

515 Saow t. Carruth,

198 - 0. Parsons,

462 South v. Searle,

168 Sparhawk v. Wills,

48 Speedwell, The

490 Spence v. United States, 21 Spencer v. Jones,

441 State v. Abbey,

566 -0. A. B.,

569 -0. Blaisdell,

290 o. Card,

638 . Clark,

288 v. Ferguson,

395 v. Fuller,

290 v. Gove,

638 v. Johnson,

398 p. Langley,

638 v. McDoffie,

639 0. McGlyon, v. Marvin,

639 r. Nutt,

470 v. Parks,

530 v. Prescott,

280 o. Rand,

574 -0. Randlett,

280 u. Wade,

637
Stearos v. Veasey,

282
Steelman v. Taylor,
Stevens v. Fisher,

630
Stewart v. Smith,

Taber v. Jenny,

27 Talbot v. Whipple,

698 Tarble v. Downer,

705 Tayleur v. Blythe,

164 Taylor v. Cheever,

47 - v. Nichols,

572 Tebbetts v. Hapgood, 577 Thomas Martin, The

379 -- v. Butt,

226 -- v. Poole,

700 Thompson's will, in the matter of,

444 Thompson v. Finch, -ov. Hopper,

99 Thrall v. Lincoln,

461 Thurston v. United States, 88 Towns v. Pratts,

398 Townsend v. Burnham, 288

-- .v. Englesby, Travis v. Tyler,

700 Treadwell v. Salisbury Manf. Co.

585 Troy v. Haskell,

292 = & Canada Telegraph Co. v. Cornell,

571 Turner v. Comer,

414 Tuttle v. Robinson,

286 Twitchell v. Smith,

640

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166

Veazie v. Willis,
Verger's Case,

647 Vermont Central R. R, Co. v. Burlington,

526 Verry v. McClellan,

414 Vinal v. Dorchester,

585 Vorley v. Richardson,

110 Vose v. Morton,

43

tion,

· W. Walker v. Armstrong,

109 - v. Kennison,

343 - v. Norton,

631 - v. Swazzee,

386 v. Worcester,

441 Wallace v. Bowen,

465 Walton's trust, in re,

110 Ward v. Stewart,

518 - v. United States, 621 Warner v. Bacon,

406 Waterfall v. Penistone, 357 Watris v. Pierce,

388 Watson v. Jacobs, Webb v. Burlington,

526 Webber v. Merrill,

338 Webster v. Webster,

388 Weeks v. Lowerre,

448 Wetmore v. Story, White r. Burrow,

212 v. Landafi,

690 -- v. United States, 139 White Mountains R. R. Co. v. Eastman,

342

White Mountain Road Co., petition of,

693 White River Bank v. Downer, 705 Wickenden v. Webster, Wiggett v. Fox,

104 Wilkinning v. Schmale, 580 Willard v. Williams,

700 Williamson v. Fire Associa

151 • Wilson v. Connecticut, 209 - v. Lane,

291 Wilton v. Colvin,

516 Winchester v. Hees,

611 Windsor v. Turner,

705 Windus v. Windus,

513 Winkley v. Foye,

286 Wisheart v. Legro,

285 Woburn v. Middlesex,

702 Wood v. Adams,

641 - v. Bletcher,

166 - - v. Denny,

533 Woods v. Davis,

576 Woodbury v. Obear, Woodstock v. Gallup, 215 Wright v. Vanderplank, 167 Wright's Trustees, in re, 354

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THE

MONTHLY LAW REPORTER.

MAY, 1856.

THE WISCONSIN ELECTION CASE.

An experienced legal practitioner of our acquaintance was wont to assert that business comes to the profession in veins, as it were, large amounts of similar business at once.

One year is fruitful in insurance causes, he would say; the next perhaps in disputed land titles, and a third in controversies involving constitutional law.

If such a classification be possible, we suppose the present year will be known as the year of contested elections. There have been disputes of this sort from Maine to Cal. ifornia. From inspectors of elections to judges, nay, to members of congress, governors, and even entire legislative bodies, no one seems to hold his loaf or his fish this year by an unquestioned title.

These causes, political or quasi political in their nature, are not always decided in the courts of law, and when they are, it is no matter of congratulation to the profession. We consider them the greatest strain upon the sheet anchor of the judiciary.

The parties in such causes appear as champions, with their merits heralded in advance by the newspapers, with their compurgators about them, and fortunate it is for judges and juries who are called upon to decide between such rivals, if they escape becoming to some extent involved in the heat and smoke of the battle, in the opinion of partisans, at least, if not in fact,

In Maine, the question who should have the right to serve VOL. IX. - NO. I. — NEW SERIES.

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