Conservation Treatment Job# 12461
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Bound as "Trials no.37"- Opening argument of Mr. Butler, of Massachusetts, one of the managers on the impeachment of the President. 1868- Trial of William Bushnell, M.D., Milton Fuller, M.D., Samuel Gregg, M.D., H. L. H. Hoffendahl, M.D., George Russell, M.D., I. T. Talbot, M.D., David Thayer, M.D., and Benj. H. West, M.D., all of Boston, for practising homoeopathy, while they were members 1873- Report of the case of Ezra A. Bourne versus the city of Boston : tried in the Supreme judicial court of Massachusetts, at Dedham, March, 1853 / reported by William Rogers. 1853- Argument of Henry A. Cram : against the so-called "Freedom of worship bill" before the Committee of cities of the Assembly, on the 14th & 21st of April, 1885.- Synopsis of facts and argument of Linus Child : presented to the Joint Standing Committee on Education : in behalf of the remonstrants against the petition of I. J. Wetherbee and others for an act to incorporate "The Boston Dental College", May 5, 1868.- Trials of James Forbes, Henry Handwich, William Graham, Mathew Handwich, George Graham, and William Brownlow in the Court of the King's Bench ... February 3, 1823, and following days, fo a conspiracy, riot, and an attempt to assault the ... Marquis Welles 1823- Confession of Mina, the Spaniard : who was executed at Doylestown, Penn. on the 21st June, 1832, for the murder of William Chapman / written by himself in Spanish and translated into English. 1832- Trial by jury and liberty of the press : the proceedings at the public meeting, December 29, 1817, for the purpose of enabling William Hone to surmount the difficulties in which he has been placed by being selected by the ministers of the Crown as the obj 1818- Hon. Chas. Mason's argument in the Morse extension case. 1860- Lives and confessions of John Williams, Francis Frederick, John P. Rog, and Peter Peterson, who were tried at the United States Circuit Court at Boston, for murder & piracy; sentenced to be executed Jan. 21, 1819; and afterwards reprieved till Feb. 18, 1819- Argument of Hon. Edwards Pierrepont to the jury, on the trial of John H. Surratt for the murder of President Lincoln. 1867- President, directors and company of the Mechanics' Bank in the City of New York, respondents, against the New York and New Haven Railroad Company, appellants / argument of Wm. Curtis Noyes, Esq. for the appellants ... 1856- Law of charitable uses : argument of Wm. Curtis Noyes, before the Court of appeals of the state of New York, in the case of Beekman, administrator, &c., against the people, &c., and others, in behalf of Thomas Beekman, one of the respondents ; with an app 1861- Expulsion of the President : opinion of Hon. Charles Sumner, of Massachusetts, in the case of the impeachment of Andrew Johnson, President of the United States. 1868- Argument on trial of F.A. Tallmadge, before Board of Commissioners of Police; reported by P.H. Carey. 1858
Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Trials K540.T75 no.37
Conservation Treatment Job #12461 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 15 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.37", each has a different title and author.
Conservation; Book repair
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Returned to Law Library and signed for by Thomas Mills on 6/28/12.