Baldwin, Charles

Digitized Notebooks

v. 1
v. 2
v. 3

Birth Date

1791 (?)

Death Date

1818-03-14

Notes

3 volumes, bound in sheep; faded ink, small hand, written on both sides of page,notes added later in darker ink. Vol. 1: paginated; individual lectures are identified and numbered. Vol. 2: paginated. Vol. 3 contains an index, pp.429-470, with references to all three volumes.

Provenance

Bookplate of Charles Baldwin; purchased with the Yale Law Library Patrons Fund in 1939.

Baldwin, Charles Notebooks

Lecture Date Lecturer Notebook Author Opening Line All terms
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles delete, Injuries to real property
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Addenda: After enacting the statute of distributions, a question arises whether the husband must distribute to the next of kin in like manner with administrators. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Addenda Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles These are various as factors, brokers, clerks, stewards, attorneys, ship masters &c. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Agents
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The reason why a grant of "all one's lands" conveys only an estate for the life of the grantee Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Alienation
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Alienation of real property is in two says, by operation of Law and by deed. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Alienation by deed
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles An apprentice is so called from the French word apprendre to learn. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Apprentices
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles They are of the same class of servants. An attorney has a lien upon the papers and judgments of his client for his fees. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Attorneys
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An estate upon condition is one depending upon some uncertain event, by which it may either be created, enlarged after it is created, or defeated after it is vested. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Conditional estates
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An estate held in coparcenary is where lands of inheritance descend from the ancestors upon two or more persons. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Coparcenary
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A man on the death of his Wife is tenant by curtesy for the term of his natural life of all his estates in fee simple or fee tail of which she in her own right Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Curtesy
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles By the statute 5 Elizabeth & 6 George I, all persons having no visible effects may be compelled to work at wages fixed by the justice. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Day laborers
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles Debtors assigned in service. This species of servant is unknown to the Common Law. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Debtors in service
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles There are two methods by which property may be acquired, by descent & purchase. The latter includes every species except that by descent. Descents, Volume 1 Descents
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This is an estate for life created by aberration of law & is that interval to which the Wife on the death of her Husband is entitled in his estates of inheritance Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Dower
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles When an estate is devised, the divisee don't take the emblements, they go to the executor. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Emblements
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Equity of reclamation and who may claim it. The equitable interest remaining in the mortgager after forfeiture is called the equity of redemption. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Equity of reclamation
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This has all the qualities and incidents of an estate at will, differing from it only in its origin. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Estate at sufferance
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles That estate which is called an estate at will is in reality no estate at all. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Estates at will
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An estate for years, however long its term Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Estates for years
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles I shall only give a general view of this subject as a particular one is unnecessary. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Estates in possession & expectancy
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An estate in reversion is the residue of an estate for life in the grantor & to commence Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Estates in reversion
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The general nature of executory devises when once created differs very little from contingent remainders. Devises, Volume 1 Executory devises
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The term fee simple is now applied to allodial property, it originating in the feudal system. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Fee simple estates
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A fee tail is a freehold estate of inheritance, but the estate descends to some particular heir or heir pointed out by the donor & not to the heir general. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Fee tail
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The claim of the Husband to the wife's land mortgaged & his interest in the mortgage money due to her. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Husband's claim to wife's land
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Real property as we have seen is divided into corporeal and incorporeal heriditaments. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Incorporeal heriditaments
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles To whom the interest in a forfeited mortgage shall belong on the mortager's death. Twas previous doubted whether this went to his executor as his heir. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Interest in a forfeited mortgage
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The interest of the mortgager in the thing pledged is usually considered with reference to several distinct Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Interest of the mortgager
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles As a feme covert may join in buying, so may she encumber her dower by joining in a mortgage with her husband. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Interest of the mortgager's wife
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An estate in joint tenancy is when lands and tenements are granted to two or more persons to hold in fee simple, fee tail, for life, for years, or at will. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Joint tenancy
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles As to the acts which the Master & servant may justify in each others defense. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Master's acts in defense
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles The Master has a right to chastise his servant for a breach or neglect of duty. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Master's authority
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles They are so called because they are domestic servants & generally employed intra mura. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Menial servants
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A mortgage is an estate granted by a creditor to a debt or upon condition, that the debtor, if by a certain day he pay the debit Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Mortgages
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Of the different kinds of guardians, their rights & duties. A guardian is a term for any parent, i.e., a person in loco parentis, during the child's minority. Guardian & Ward, Volume 1 No. 1 Guardian & ward
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This title will include Guardian & Ward according to the Common Law and our own. A minor or infant is a person male of female under the age of 21. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 1 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The right which the husband acquires to the personal property of the wife, first as to that in possessions, second her choses in action. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 1 Husband & Wife
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles A Servant is one subject to the final authority of another; a Master is one who exercises such authority. Master & Servant, Volume 1 No. 1 Master & servant
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Law in its most general sense is a rule of action. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 1 Municipal Law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The parent has a right [word] to be founded as his duty to instruct his child in a reasonable manner. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 10 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Of the wife's executing a power. A wife can execute a power without her husband, whether given her before or after marriage. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 10 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Where a fine given to the King a [word] civil remedy to the party injured, this fine may be inflicted of course as a [word] of the offender in a civil suit. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 10 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles When a debt accrues to the wife during coverture. The husband may bring an action alone. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 11 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles If the wife agree to pay the Husband her separate property, she may be compelled to do it in a Court of Chancery. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 13 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Of being a witness for and against each other. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 14 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Infants liability for contracts and certain other particulars. At Common Law the age for choosing guardians in both sexes is 14. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 2 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles For an historical account of those persons who are permitted to administer an intestate estate, see Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 2 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Under our Law, there is no guardian in chivalry, in socage, by testament, by custom, by appointment by chancery or ecclesiastical Court. Guardian & Ward, Volume 1 No. 2 Guardian & ward
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles By usage in Connecticut, an illegitimate child follows the condition of the mother. Master & Servant, Volume 1 No. 2 Master & servant
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Municipal law is divided into two kinds--viz. the unwritten law or the lex non scripta & the written law or lex scripta. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 2 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles What interest the husband acquired in the real property of his wife Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 3 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Settlement of infants. Settlement is acquired 1st by Birth. Guardian & Ward, Volume 1 No. 3 Guardian & ward
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An infant can't bind himself in any way or form that an adult can, even for necessaries. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 3 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles By dower, the wife becomes entitled to one third share of all her husband's real estate. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 4 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles What contracts made by infants are void and what are surely voidable. All contracts by which infants are not bound are void or voidable. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 4 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Right of the husband to the personal property accruing to the wife during coverture, as legacies, estates, &c. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 5 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles The rule of strict construction in penal statues against prisoners is not uniformly observed. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 5 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles I observed in the last lecture that the voidable contracts of an infant could be taken advantage of only by the infant or his representatives. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 5 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Tis a rule when a statute is repealed that all acts done under that statute during its continuance are valid. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 6 Municpal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles What powers an infant may execute. A power as used in Law is an authority conferred by 1 person on another in relation to some right or interest. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 6 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles In case of the elopement of a wife with an adulterer, the husband's liability to fulfill her contracts seems to depend on the notoriety of the fact. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 7 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles If a statute makes a new law for an old offence & constitutes a new court to execute that law, still it is cognizable by the ordinary court of criminal jurisdiction. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 7 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Tis a General Rule that infants are bound by the statute of limitation unless saved by a proviso. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 7 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The husband cannot contract with the wife as it respects personal property. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 8 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Tis a general rule that judges are bound to take notice ex officio of Public Statutes. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 8 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Of the relative rights & duties of parents & children. The enquiry under this head renders it necessary to consider the difference between legitimate & illegitimate children. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 8 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles When a statute makes writing necessary to the validity of a contract, which is unknown to the common law, it must be declared to be in writing as in the case of a devise of lands. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 9 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Of the rights & capacities of bastards. His rights are only as much as he can gain, for he can inherit nothing, being called nullius filius or filius populi. Parent & child, Volume 1 No. 9 Parent & child
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles As the right of a subsequent encumbrancer depends in certain cases on his want of notice, it remains to enquire what this notice is. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Notice
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The parts of a deed hardly need mention. Title by deed, Volume 1 Parts of a deed
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Real property is that estate which is permanent & immovable & which descends to the heir. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Real property
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Remainders are of two kinds, vested & contingent. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Remainders
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A deed is writing, sealed & delivered, conveying an interest in land. Title by deed, Volume 1 Requisites of a deed
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles As to when the Master is bound (as to these persons) by the acts of his Servants & when he can take advantage of them. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Rules applicable to master & servant
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles As to the servant's liabilities for his acts & defaults as it impacts his Master & strangers. Master & Servant, Volume 1 Servants' liabilities
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Sheriff is derived from shire & reeve & denotes a keeper of the shire or county. Sheriff & Gaoler, Volume 1 Sheriff and jailor
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Tenants in common are such as hold by several & distinct titles but by unity of possession. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Tenancy in common
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles At Common Law, while the debtor was living, there was not such thing as taking of land by levy of execution. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Title by levy of execution
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not applicable Baldwin, Charles Lectures on Municipal Law by Tapping Reeve LL.D. Viginti annorum lucubrationes Taken by C. Baldwin in 1810 & 1811 Volume 1st Title Page, Volume 1 Title page
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Title is the means whereby the owner of lands has just possession of his property. Real property & mortgages, Volume 1 Title to things real
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Bailment is a delivery of goods upon a contract express or implied that they shall be restored to the bailor when the purpose for which they were delivered shall be answered or shall be dealt with by according to the bailor's direction. Bailments, Volume 2 Bailments
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A contract is an agreement on a sufficient consideration to do or not to do a particular thing, or tis a transaction by which one party comes under an obligation to others. Contracts, Volume 2 Contracts
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles A Devise is a disposition of real property made by a man to take effect after his death. Devises, Volume 2 Devises
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This is an action by which a lessee for years when ousted of his term, recovers it from the wrongdoer together with his damages. Ejectment, Volume 2 Ejectments
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles At Common Law any person may be an innkeeper unless tis inconvenient to the public, no license is necessary. Inns & Innkeepers, Volume 2 Inns & innkeepers
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A second branch of the Law Merchant is now to be considered, is that of marine insurance. Insurance, Volume 2 Insurance
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The Law Merchant has its origin from the custom & usage of merchants, yet tis not to be view in the light of a custom for a custom is the law of a particular place, not in accordance with the law of the land. Mercantile law, Volume 2 Lex mercatoria
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles I have said that any person in possession holding a freehold, tenant for years or for life could maintain the action of quam----fregit vs. any person who does the injury. Injuries to real property, Volume 2 No. 2 Trespass
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles It has been holden that the entry of one man on the land of another adjoining a river for the purpose of towing boats & other small craft was not trespass Injuries to real property, Volume 2 No. 3 Trespass
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles In trespasses of a permanent nature, when the injury is such as capable of being continued Injuries to real property, Volume 2 No. 4 Tresspass
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Ouster is an injury by which a tenant in possession of lands, tenements or heriditaments, is wrongfully removed & turned out of this possession & enjoyment. Injuries to real property, Volume 2 Ouster
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The declaration in this action should state the plaintiff's title as it is & must shew a subsisting right at the time of the action brought. Injuries to real property, Volume 2 Pleadings
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not applicable Baldwin, Charles Lectures on Municipal Law by Tapping Reeve LL.D. Viginti annorum lucubrationes. Taken by C. Baldwin in 1810 & 1811. Volume 2nd. Title Page, Volume 2 title page
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Under this general title we treat of 3 kinds of injuries, viz., trespass, ouster & waste. Injuries to real property, Volume 2 Trespass
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Trespass for mesne profits after a recovery by the Plaintiff in Ejectment. Injuries to real property, Volume 2 Trespass for mesne profits
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Waste is an injury done to the inheritance by one having the rightful possession of the estate. Volume 2 Waste, Waste
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles These consist of assumpsit, debt, covenant, account & detinue. Assumpsit, Volume 3 Actions founded on contracts
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles An assault is an attempt or offer to do corporal hurt to another but without actually touching him. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Assault & battery
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Promises which lay a foundation are of two kinds, viz. express & implied. Assumpsit, Volume 3 Assumpsit
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Covenants & agreements are often used as synonymous terms, tho' they clearly are not so. Covenant is a general term & includes all kinds of agreements. Covenants, Volume 3 Covenant
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Executors & administrators are representatives of deceased persons for certain purposes, i.e., as to their personal estate & the duties which affect such personal estate. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Executors & administrators
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This is every unlawful restraint of one's liberty or violation of one's rights of locomotion. Private wrongs, Volume 3 False imprisonment
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles They may be executors according to the spiritual courts, i.e., the Canon Law. She is considered as a feme sole and is capable of suing & being sued alone. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Feme coverts
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not applicable Baldwin, Charles [The Index contains references to all three volumes.] Index, Volume 3 Index
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles As to the nature of slander by writing, first, whatever words are actionable when spoken are clearly so when written. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Libel
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This action lies to recover damages of one who has before maliciously and without probable cause prosecuted the plaintiff. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Malicious prosecution
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The ordinary may ex officio or at the instance of any party interested, cit the executor to prove the will. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Of the manner of proving wills
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 Gould, James Baldwin, Charles Pleading is defined to be the mutual altercation inter the plaintiff & defendant, put into a legal form & set down in writing. i.e. the allegations on one side & denials on the other. Pleas & pleadings, Volume 3 Pleas & pleadings
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Slander consists in maliciously defaming a person 1st by words either written or spoken which tend to injure him in personal security, connection, office or interest. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Private wrongs
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Slander consists in maliciously defaming a person, 1st by words either written or spoken which tend to injure him in personal security connection, office or interest. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Slander
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not applicable Baldwin, Charles Lectures on Municipal Law by Tapping Reeve LL.D. Viginti annorum lucubrationes. Taken by C. Baldwin 1810 & 1811. Volume 3rd. Title Page, Volume 3 title page
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles This action formerly la as the finder of the personal goods of another an hence tis called trover. Private wrongs, Volume 3 Trover
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles By Statute 31 Edward 3, the ordinary is entitled to grant administration to the next & most lawful friends of the intestate. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Who are entitled to administration
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles All persons not disqualified. One can't be an administrator until 21. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Who may be an administrator
1810-01-01 to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles All persons who can make wills & many others may be executors. Executor & Administrators, Volume 3 Who may be an executor
1810-01-01 to 1811-21-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles I have already observed that the unwritten law consisted of three kinds, the two first I have considered & now come to the last. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 3 Municipal law
1810-01-01 to 1811-21-31 Reeve, Tapping Baldwin, Charles Statutes are again divided into such as are declaratory of the common law & such as are remedial of it. Municipal law, Volume 1 No. 4 Municipal law
1810-01-01- to 1810-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles Does marriage defeat the wife's will previously made? Marriage revokes the will of the wife made before her marriage. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 12 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01- to 1810-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles The husband's liability to pay the debts of the wife contracted before marriage. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 6 Baron & Feme
1810-01-01- to 1811-12-31 not identified Baldwin, Charles A wife living in separate maintenance can bind herself. Baron & feme, Volume 1 No. 9 Baron & Feme