I. OHIO REPORTS
Cases decided in the Supreme Court of Ohio upon
the Circuit, and at a special session in Columbus,
reported in conformity with the Act of Assembly. By
Charles Hammond, Attorney at Law.
II. CUSTOM TO DEVISE LANDS—How AND WHY LIMITED 285
III. IMPROVEMENTS IN PLEADING AND PRACTICE : 298
The Second and Third Reports made by the Commis-
sioners appointed to inquire into the Practice and
Proceedings of the Superior Courts of Common Law
Whether salvage paid on cargo, ultimately carried to the
port of destination, is a charge diminishing freight?
V. BARON AND FEME
What are the husband's rights in choses of action be-
longing to the wife? What, where she survives him?
VI. MASTER AND SERVANT — INFANT'S CONTRACT FOR
SERVICE . . . . . . . 322
VII. INDIANA REPORTS . . . . . . 326
Reports of Cases argued and determined in the Su-
preme Court of Judicature of the State of Indiana.
With Tables of Cases and principal matters. By
Isaac Blackford, A. M., one of the Judges of the
Court. Vol. I. Containing the Cases from May
Term, 1817, being the first term of the Court, to
May Term, 1826, both inclusive.
VIII, RULES AS TO CONSTRUCTION OF DEVISES
IX. INSURANCE OF SÈAMEN'S WAGES . . . 339
* Insurance of seamen's wages is unquestionable ille-
gal.' Marshall on Insurance, p. 74. Vide 1 Mag.
18; Carter v. Boehm. 3 Bur. 1912; 1 Bl. 594; Phil.
Freight is the mother of wages; and the safety of the
ship is the mother of freight. Per Lord Mansfield,
Abernethy v. Landale, Doug. 542; 2 Brown Adm.