Conservation Treatment Job# 12480
Bound as "Trials no.6"- Forrest divorce case. Catharine N. Forrest against Edwin Forrest. Fully and correctly reported by the reporter of the National police gazette; with opening and concluding arguments of counsel, charge of the court, letters from Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, and ot 1852- Argument of Philip R. Fendall, U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, on the trial of George A. Gardiner in the Criminal Court, D. C., March term, 1853, for false swearing / taken in shorthand by John J. McElhone ; to which is added an appendix, cont 1853- Summing up of John Graham, Esq., to the jury, on the part of the defence, on the trial of Daniel MacFarland [sic] : in the Court of General Sessions, at the city of New York, Recorder John K. Hackett, presiding : May 6th and 9th, 1870. 1870- Report of the trial of William Kilfoyle, upon the charge of killing Mary Mulrooney at Newtownberry on the 18 of June 1831 : tried before the Hon. Baron Foster at the Spring Assizes of Wexford, 1832 / taken in shorthand by James Mongan. 1832- Claims of her majesty Caroline Amerlia Elizabeth, Queen of England, to be crowned with her royal husband King George IV. 1821- Argument of George Ticknor Curtis and S.D. Law in the U.S. Circuit Court for the Southern District of New York : Before his honor, Justice Nelson, on behalf of the dentists as to their right to use hard rubber vulcanite in the manufacture of bases for art 1867
Law Library (Myron Taylor Hall) Rare Book Room K540 .T75 no.6
Conservation Treatment Job #12480 - Treated as a part of the Saving America's Treasures Grant for Early American Trials - There are 8 individual pamphlets bound together in this volume marked "no.6", each has a different title and author.
Conservation; Book repair
Previously Published As
Sent to scanning 4/20/012, returned from scanning 6/11/2012. Returned to Law Library and signed for by Janet Gillespie on 9/14/12.SAT Scanning ID: SAT_06_01, SAT_06_02, SAT_06_03, SAT_06_04, SAT_06_05, SAT_06_06