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The Resource A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates

A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates

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A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates
Title
A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates
Title variation
Vindication of Henry D. Sedgwick with some inquiries respecting the award in the case of the Greek frigates
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Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
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1785-1831
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Sedgwick, Henry D.
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1769-1834
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Platt, Jonas
Series statement
Pamphlets / Biddle Law Library Pamphlet Collection
Series volume
v. 23
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  • Greece
  • Arbitration and award
Label
A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
Second edition, with a postscript.
Extent
32 pages
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ca 22000158
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
Note
Library copy includes: Arguments of Cyrus Elder, Esq., Welty McCullogh, Esq., and others before the Judiciary (general) Committee of the Senate of Pennsylvania upon the anti-discrimination bill (1885); The impropriety of capital punishments, or, The report of a committee on Dr. Cuyler's sermon entitled "The law of God with respect to murder" (1842); Reports and addresses of James H. Titus upon the subject of capital punishment (1848); Will the people of the United States be benefited by an international copyright law, or, will such a law be an injury to them? (1868); Dynamiting and extra-territorial crime (1885); Speech of David Paul Brown in the case of Hinchman vs. Ritchie, et al., delivered on the sixth of April (Good Friday,) 1849; Sketch of an argument delivered before the district court of the U. States at the second session, held at St. Louis, on the fourth Monday in November, 1824 : together with various remarks on certain Spanish laws and ordinances, obtained since that time, which have been submitted in writing, to the judge of the same court (1825); The right of states to alter and annul charters, considered, and the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States thereon examined, by the principles of the American Constitution, common law and common sense : with some observations on the dispute concerning alteration of the charter on St. Mary's Church, Philadelphia (1823); Shall we hang the insane who commit homicides? (1885)
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(OCoLC)16863619
Label
A vindication of the conduct and character of Henry D. Sedgwick, against certain charges made by the Hon. Jonas Platt : together with some statements and inquiries intended to elicit the reasons of the award in the case of the Greek frigates
Manufacture
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
23 cm.
Edition
Second edition, with a postscript.
Extent
32 pages
Lccn
ca 22000158
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Library copy includes: Arguments of Cyrus Elder, Esq., Welty McCullogh, Esq., and others before the Judiciary (general) Committee of the Senate of Pennsylvania upon the anti-discrimination bill (1885); The impropriety of capital punishments, or, The report of a committee on Dr. Cuyler's sermon entitled "The law of God with respect to murder" (1842); Reports and addresses of James H. Titus upon the subject of capital punishment (1848); Will the people of the United States be benefited by an international copyright law, or, will such a law be an injury to them? (1868); Dynamiting and extra-territorial crime (1885); Speech of David Paul Brown in the case of Hinchman vs. Ritchie, et al., delivered on the sixth of April (Good Friday,) 1849; Sketch of an argument delivered before the district court of the U. States at the second session, held at St. Louis, on the fourth Monday in November, 1824 : together with various remarks on certain Spanish laws and ordinances, obtained since that time, which have been submitted in writing, to the judge of the same court (1825); The right of states to alter and annul charters, considered, and the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States thereon examined, by the principles of the American Constitution, common law and common sense : with some observations on the dispute concerning alteration of the charter on St. Mary's Church, Philadelphia (1823); Shall we hang the insane who commit homicides? (1885)
System control number
(OCoLC)16863619

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