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Austin, James Trecothick, 1784-1870 National Library of Australia National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

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VIAF ID: 10192719 (Personal)


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  1. Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery. ‎(4) Library of Congress/NACO
  2. Resistance to laws of the United States ... 1811: ‎(2) National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
  3. An oration ‎(2) Library of Congress/NACO
  4. An address delivered before the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Association ... 1839: ‎(2) National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
  5. Trial of William J. Snelling for a libel on the Honorable Benjamin Whitman, Senior Judge of the Police Court : Commonwealth vs. Snelling, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, December 27th 1833, before the Hon. Samuel Putman, justice. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  6. Trial of Mrs. Hannah Kinney for the alleged murder of her husband, George T. Kinney, by poison : before the Supreme Court of Massachusetts, Judges Shaw, Putnam, and Wilde, present, sitting at Boston, from Dec. 21st to Dec. 26th : with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the chief justice fully reported : counsel for the prosecution, J.T. Austin ... and S.D. Parker ... for the prisoner, Franklin Dexter and George T. Curtis ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  7. The life of Elbridge Gerry, with contemporary letters to the close of the American Revolution. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  8. Speech delivered in Faneuil Hall, December 8, 1837, at a meeting of citizens called on the petition of William E. Channing and others ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  9. Review of the Rev. Dr. Channing's letter to Jonathan Phillips, esq. on the slavery question. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  10. An oration, delivered on the Fourth of July, 1829, at the celebration of American independence, in the city of Boston. ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO

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