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United States. Circuit Court (4th Circuit) Library of Congress/NACO

VIAF ID: 126851972 (Corporate)


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The charge of Judge Potter to the jury in the suit of the devisees of the Earl Granville against Josiah Collins in the Circuit Court of the United States, December term, l805, as it appeared in the Raleigh Register, Jan. 20 & 27, 1806. Library of Congress/NACO
The great Ku Klux trials : official report of the proceedings before U.S. Circuit Court, Hon. Hugh L. Bond, circuit judge, presiding, and Hon. George S. Bryan, district judge, associate, held at Columbia, S.C. November term, 1871o Library of Congress/NACO
Hamiltons versus Eaton : a case respecting British debts, lately determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for North-Carolina District Library of Congress/NACO
The opinion of Chief Justice Marshall, in the case of Garnett, ex'r. of Brooke v. Macon et al. Library of Congress/NACO
Report of the trials in the Echo cases, in federal court, Charleston, S.C., April, 1859, 1858: Library of Congress/NACO
Reports of cases adjudged in the superior courts of law and equity of the State of North Carolina, from the year 1789, to the year [1806] Library of Congress/NACO
Reports of cases decided in the Circuit courts of the United States for the Fourth circuit; most of them since Chief Justice Waite came upon the bench; and of selected cases in admiralty and bankruptcy, decided in the District courts of that circuit. With an appendix to the second volume, containing the rules in admiralty and bankruptcy;, of the District court for the Eastern district of Virginia, and the rules of the Circuit court for that district, etc., etc. [1792-1883] Library of Congress/NACO
Reports of the trials of Colonel Aaron Burr in the Circuit Court of the United States, summer term 1807. Library of Congress/NACO
Trials of the mail robbers, Hare, Alexander, and Hare : with the testimony, the proceedings of the court, and the arguments of counsel at length : William Wirt, Esq. Attorney General of the United States, Elias Glenn, Esq. District Attorney, Thomas Kell and Reverly Johnson, esqs. for the prosecution : General Winder, David Hoffman, Charles Mitchell, and Ebenezer L. Finley, esqs., for the prisoners Library of Congress/NACO

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