1 Jervoise v. Silk, Cooper, 52; Maberly v. Turton, 14 Ves. 499; Simon v. Barber, Taml. 22.

2 Newport v. Cook, 2 Ashm. 332; In the matter of Kane, 2 Barb. Ch. 375; Buckley v. Howard, 35 Tex. 565 (1872).

3 Benson v. Remington, 2 Mass. 113; Shute v. Dorr, 5 Wend. 204; Clapp v. Green, 10 Met. 439; ante, § 74 a; Nightingale v. Withington, 15 Mass. 274. See Dodge v. Favor, 15 Gray, 82 (1860). And he may assign this right for a consideration to enure to himself. Day v. Everett, 7 Mass. 154; Ford v. McVay, 55 111. 119 (1870).

4 Simpson v. Buck, 5 Lans. 337 (1871); Gray v. Durland, 50 Barb. 100; Matthewson v. Perry, 37 Conn. 435 (1870).

5 Wodell v. Coggeshall, 2 Met. 89; Chilson v. Philips, 1 Vt. 41; Gale v. Parrot, 1 N. H. 28; Freto v. Brown, 4 Mass. 675.

6 See ante, § 74 a; Jenney v. Alden, 12 Mass. 375; Whiting v. Earle, 3 Pick. 201; Varney v. Young, 11 Vt. 258; Burlingame v. Burlingame, 7 Cow. 92; Canovar v. Cooper, 3 Barb. 115; Clinton v. York, 26 Me. 167. But if an infant son, who has been given his time, return and work for his father until of age, he cannot recover for his services. Albee v. Albee, 3 Oregon, 321 (1871).

7 2 Inst. 261, 390; Co. Litt. 135 6; Cro. Car. 86; Cro. Jac. 641.