Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860

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Abuse, 479 (nn. 3, 7); common law, 188-93; statutes, 195-97
---nonappealled cases: William Samuel ( Ala.), 185; Augustin ( La.), 186; Felonise Israel Lapointe ( La.), 187; Elizabeth Rabassa ( La.), 187; William Rawley ( La.), 187; Josiah ( Tenn.), 193; Samuel Callahan ( Ala.), 195; Randall Cheek ( Ala.), 195; George Hairston ( Miss.), 195; Erasmus Murdoch ( Ala.), 195; Peter Nelson ( Miss.), 195; Joseph W. Field ( Miss.), 195; Josiah Coleman ( Md.), 197; Ziperus Digge ( Va.), 197; Isaac ( Va.), 197; James Nimmo ( Va.), 197; William Wales ( Md.), 197; Will ( Md.), 197; James Wrightston ( Md.), 197-98; Archibald Gilchrist ( Tenn.), 202; John Bolton ( Tenn.), 203; Alfred E. Jones ( Ga.), 203; Ritchie Alsop ( Va.), 204
Accommodation, 322-23, 336
Actio-noxalis, 362-63
Adams, Abigail, 94
Adams, guardian v. Bass Ex'r. ( Ga.), 377
Adelle v. Beauregard ( La.), 28
Agency, 57-58, 148-49, 155-58
Albert, Peter, 396
Alexander v. Worthington ( Md.), 98
Alfred and Anthony, (slaves), v. State ( Tenn.), 244-45
Allegiance, 165, 275, 279, 288. See also Obedience
Allein v. Sharp ( Md.), 391
Allen, Judge J. J., 114
Allen v. Freeland ( Va.), 117-18, 120
Alexander, Gregory S., 81
Alston v. Balls and Adams ( Ark.), 139
Amelioration, 173, 182-83, 196, 282, 284. See alsoReform
American Colonization Society v. Gartrell ( Ga.), 377
Analogy: judicial reasoning, 13, 50-52, 135-36, 357-59, 405
Anderson's Ex'rs. v. Anderson ( Va.), 410-11
Anderson v. Irvine ( Ky.), 99
Anthony, (a slave), v. State ( Miss.), 294-95
Arson. SeeProperty crimes
Asbury, Francis, 196, 395
Atiyah, Patrick, 11, 133, 209
Attempts, 308-12, 321
Authority, slaveowners', 1, 13, 38, 161-62, 182-83, 251, 372, 378-79
Baade, Hans, 74
Bacon, Sir Francis, 7
Bacon, Matthew, 263
Bailey v. Poindexter ( Va.), 386-87, 398
Bailments, 132-34, 136, 139, 143-44, 149-58
Baker, J. H., 42, 233
Baker v. Rowan ( Ala.), 120
Ballagh, James Curtis, 39, 64
Ballard v. Jones and Ingram ( Tenn.), 129
Barrow, Bennett, 180
Bay, Judge Elihu, 107, 273-74, 358, 365-66
Beall v. Joseph ( Ky.), 383-84
Beeman, Richard, 251
Belew v. Clark ( Tenn.), 110
Bellamy, J. G., 264
Benning, Judge Henry L., 252, 377
Berlin, Ira, 3, 35
Berrett v. Adams ( La.), 111-12
Bibb, Judge George M., 71, 384
Billings, Warren, 39, 43
Blackstone, Sir William, 2, 8, 33, 40, 50, 52, 54, 62, 84, 133, 148, 194, 221, 233-34, 265, 309, 323-34, 331, 337, 419, 453 (n. 86), 457 (n. 59)
Blackwell v. Wilkinson ( Va.), 69
Blake, William, 185
Blassingame, John, 287
Bledsoe, Albert T., 55, 62
Bloch, Marc, 427
Boner v. Mahle ( La.), 123
Booth, Judge James, 318
Boson v. Sandford (Eng.), 148
Boulard v. Calhoun ( La.), 363-64
Bowers v. Newman ( S.C.), 373-74

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