The Equitable Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery: Comprising Its Rise, Progress, and Final Establishment; to which is Prefixed, with a View to the Elucidation of the Main Subject, a Concise Account of the Leading Doctrines of the Common Law and of the Course of Procedure in the Courts of Common Law in Regard to Civil Rights; with an Attempt to Trace Them to Their Sources; and in which the Various Alterations Made by the Legislature Down to the Present Day are Noticed, Volumen1

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Lea and Blanchard, 1846

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General Rules of PracticeBusiness of the Court 379
380
Commiseration for the Poor
386
As to Injunctions c 397 398
400
Lord Coventrys Orders
404
Conscience as a rule of decision of Clerical Invention
411
Equity govemed by principlesPrecedents their influence 415417 et v 712
418
DOCTRINE THAT THE COURT ONLY OPERATED IN PERSONANCONCLUSION OF THE SECOND
424
CHAPTER II
436
Extent of the Remedy originally aſſorded by the Court
445
CHAPTER III
461
Any Person having a Legal Estate of Freehold may be seised to an Use
475
Construction of Deeds creating Estates by way of
489
Trusts by Operation of LawImplied TrustsResulting
508
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544
Presumptions of Law arising from Words may be rebutted on plain
547
As to the admission of Parol Evidence to rebut presumptions
565
CHAPTER IX
578
Peculiar doctrines of the Court of Chancery in the admin
584
Married WomenTrusts of Property for their separate use 595
594
Origin of the Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery as
604
Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery in respect of
611
CHAPTER XV
617
Mistake and Ignorance 632
621
Other instances of the Control of Legal Rights on the Prin
637
CHAPTER XIX
648
CHAPTER XX
658
SECTION I1 Jurisdiction of the Court of Chancery as to Partnership
665
Injunctions to Restrain the doing of particular Acts or Special
678
The Preservation of Testimony
684
Jurisdiction entertained to Redress Improper Practices and Unfair
696
General Summary of the Rise and Establishment of the Extraordinary
Tenure of Land in the Roman Provinces the distinction between DOMINIUM
Importance of the Distinction between Dominium Directum and Domi

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