Manuscript notes of lectures by James Gould at the Litchfield Law School / taken down by Hiram Gould Goodwin, 1829-1830


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Object ID:
MssB L71 +1829
Category:
Notebook
Creator:
Hiram Gould Goodwin
Date:
1829
Held at:
Yale Law School, Lillian Goldman Law Library
Associated Place:
Litchfield, Connecticut
Size:
289 [i.e. 288], [95] p. ; 28 cm
Description:
Lecture notes taken by Hiram Gould Goodwin in 1829 from James Gould.
Topics covered include:
Bailments (pages 1-42)
Inns and Inkeepers (page 43)
Sheriffs and Jailors (pages 49-76)
Bonds of Ease and Favor (pages 77-78)
Account (pages 81-87)
Debt (pages 88-96)
Action of Detinue (pages 97-98)
Notice and Request (pages 99-104)
Assumpsit (pages 106-162)
Usury (pages 164-180; 183-187)
Slander (pages 194-211)
Libel (pages 212-215)
Trover (pages 216-226)
Assault and Battery (pages 228-243)
Trespass for false Imprisonment (pages 246-260)
Malicious Prosecution (pages 264-273)
Trespass for injuries to things Personal (pages 274-281)
The last numbered page is 289, but notes resume without page numbers after ...
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