Chittenden, Frederick

Biographical Information from the Litchfield Historical Society

http://www.litchfieldhistoricalsociety.org/ledger/students/602

Digitized Notebooks

v. 1
v. 2
v. 3

Birth Date

1804

Death Date

1868-08-12

Notes

3 volumes; full sheep binding.

Provenance

Each volume contains the book plate of Fred'k Chittenden. The volumes were presented to Charles B. Andrews by Fred'k Chittenden, May 12, 1866.

Chittenden, Frederick Notebooks

Lecture Date Lecturer Notebook Author Opening Line All terms
not applicable Chittenden, Frederick Presented to Charles B. Andrews by Fred'k Chittenden, May 12, 1866 Volume 1 Presentation page
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick It is a general rule of the Common Law that all contracts made between husband & wife are void "ab initio," and all made between them before marriage are dissolved. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Agreements between husband & wife
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick The contract of marriage is regarded both by the common law and the laws of this country as a civil contract. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Contract of marriage
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick Divorce is of two kinds, "a vinculo matrimonii" and "a mensa et thoro." Baron & feme, Volume 1 Divorce
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick by her contracts during coverture. This power is said to be founded on the Baron & feme, Volume 1 How far the wife can bind her husband
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick by her own contracts during coverture. It is a general rule that she cannot subject herself or her property during coverture by any contract. Baron & feme, Volume 1 How far the wife can bind herself
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick It is a general rule that when the cause of action will survive against the wife, she must be joined with the husband as joint defendants. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Husband & wife joined as defendants
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick If the wife is injured in her person, the husband, if he sustains a consecutive injury, may have an action in his sole name for such consequential damages. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Husband's power over the wife's person
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick Chattels real are such as savor of the realty, as mortgages, terms for years &c. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Husband's rights to Wife's chattels real
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick In many cases relating to her person & property, viz. when the cause of action relates to her person or property, the husband must join Baron & feme, Volume 1 Joinder of husband & wife in prosecuting
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick To this, she is entitled separate from the statute of distribution. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Paraphernalia
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick By a "chose in action" is meant some debt or duty which one has a right to demand and receive and in this place is one which the wife before coverture had a right to demand. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Personal property & choses in action
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 not applicable Chittenden, Frederick Notes of Lectures on LAW by the Hon. James Gould Vol. 1 1824 Title Page, Volume 1 Title page
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 not applicable Chittenden, Frederick Husband & Wife Baron & feme, Volume 1 Title page half
1824-01-01 to 1824-12-31 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick First, of his personal property. Under the statute of 29 Carolus 2nd, she is entitled to one third of the husband's personal property. Baron & feme, Volume 1 Wife's claim on her husband's estate
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick Here it must be remarked that as a defendant, he must appear by guardian, He cannot appear by prochein ami. Parent & child, Volume 1 How an infant is to be sued
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick First, of their crimes. Parent & child, Volume 1 Legal privileges & disabilities of infants
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick This seems so much like a verbal distinction that it does not attract much attention, but the distinction is of great practical importance. Parent & child, Volume 1 Of void & voidable contracts
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick These as titles are distinct, but they are so interwoven that I shall treat of them together and they will include all the laws of infancy and of age Parent & child, Volume 1 Parent & child guardian & ward
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick The duties of parents towards their children consist principally in three particulars: maintenance, protection & education. Parent & child, Volume 1 Rights & duties of parents
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick The rights are such only as he can acquire for he cannot inherit any thing, hence he is called filius nullius, filius populi. Parent & child, Volume 1 Rights & incapacities of illegitimates
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick A parent has a right to correct his children while minors in a reasonable manner. Parent & child, Volume 1 Rights & powers of parents
1824-01-26 to 1824-02-07 Gould, James Chittenden, Frederick That an infant cannot execute a general power of real estate by reason of his supposed want of discretion. Parent & child, Volume 1 What authorities an infant can execute