Litchfield Law School student lecture notes
between 1800 and 1820
Malcolm Bramley Collection
Litchfield Historical Society
Notes of lectures by James Gould and Tapping Reeve taken by an unidentified student at the Litchfield Law School sometime between 1800 and 1820. Lecture topics include Lex mercatoria and bills of exchange ; Evidence ; Writs of error ; New trials ; Real property ; Mortgages ; Devises ; Alienation ; Injuries to real property ; Powers of chancery ; Criminal law. This is the second volume in a series. Volume three is also in this collection. Location of other volumes is unknown.
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