The Resource Abolitionists in northern courts : the pamphlet literature, edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman

Abolitionists in northern courts : the pamphlet literature, edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman

Label
Abolitionists in northern courts : the pamphlet literature
Title
Abolitionists in northern courts
Title remainder
the pamphlet literature
Statement of responsibility
edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
law reports and digests
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1949-
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Finkelman, Paul
Series statement
Slavery, race, and the American legal system, 1700-1872
Series volume
ser. 3
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  • Slavery
  • African Americans
  • Abolitionists
  • Criminal law
  • Criminal justice, Administration of
Label
Abolitionists in northern courts : the pamphlet literature, edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman
Instantiates
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • "Series III."
  • Originally published: New York : Garland Publishing, 1988. (Slavery, race, and the American legal system, 1700-1872 ; ser. 3)
  • ©2016 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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black and white
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text
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rdacontent
Contents
  • A statement of facts, respecting the school for colored females, in Canterbury, Ct. together with a report of the late trial of Miss Prudence Crandall
  • The right of colored people to education, vindicated: letters to Andrew T. Judson, Esq., and others in Canterbury, remonstrating with them on their unjust and unjustifiable procedure relative to Miss Crandall and her school for colored females
  • by Samuel J. May
  • Report of the arguments of counsel, in the case of Prudence Crandall, plff. in error vs. State of Connecticut, before the Supreme Court of Errors, at their session, at Brooklyn, July term, 1834
  • by a member of the bar
  • Mob, under pretence of law, or, the arrest and trial of Rev. George Storrs at Northfield, N.H., with the circumstances connected with that affair and remarks thereon
  • Narrative of the late riotous proceedings against the liberty of the press, in Cincinnati: with remarks and historical notices relating to emancipation
  • addressed to the people of Ohio, by the Executive Committee of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society
  • Alton trials of Winthrop S. Gilman, who was indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Roff, George H. Walworth, George H. Whitney, William Harned, John S. Noble, James Morss, Jr., Henry Tanner, Royal Weller, Reuben Gerry, and Thaddeus B. Hurlbut, for the crime of riot, committed the night of the 7th of November, 1837, while engaged in defending a printing press, from an attack made on it at that time, by an armed mob
  • written out from notes of the trial, taken at the time by a member of the ban of the Alton Municipal Court. Also, the trial of John Solomon, Levi Palmer, Horace Beall. Josiah Nutter, Jacob Smith. David Butler, William Carr, and James M. Rock, indicted with James Jennings, Soloman Morcan. and Frederick Biruchy, for a riot committed In Alton, on the night of the 7th of November, 1837, in unlawfully and forcibly entering the warehouse of Godfrey, Gilman & Co., and breaking up and destroying a printing press
  • Volume 1.
  • written out from notes taken at the time of trial by William S. Lincoln
  • A legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey, at the May term, 1845, at Trenton for the deliverance of 4,000 persons from bondage
  • by Alvan Stewart
  • Argument of Charles Soiner, Esq. against the constitutionality of separate colored schools, in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. the city of Boston, before the Supreme Court of Mass., Dec 4, 1849
  • The case of Nathaniel Jennison for attempting to hold a Negro as a slave in Massachusetts in 1781: from the minutes of Chief Justice Cushing with references to contemporaneous records communicated to the Massachusetts Historical Society, April 16, 1874
  • Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey, relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage
  • collected and published by the late Governor Joseph Bloomfield
  • Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey, relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage
  • by Isaac Neale
  • Andrew T. Judson's remarks to the jury, on the trial of the case, State v. P. Crandall, Superior Court, Oct. term, 1833, Windham County Conn.
  • Report of the trial of Miss Prudence Crandall, before the County Court for Windham County, August term 1833, on information charging her with teaching colored persons not inhabitants of this state
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1 online resource (vii, 524 pages)
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rdamedia
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Label
Abolitionists in northern courts : the pamphlet literature, edited with an introduction by Paul Finkelman
Publication
Distribution
Note
  • "Series III."
  • Originally published: New York : Garland Publishing, 1988. (Slavery, race, and the American legal system, 1700-1872 ; ser. 3)
  • ©2016 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • A statement of facts, respecting the school for colored females, in Canterbury, Ct. together with a report of the late trial of Miss Prudence Crandall
  • The right of colored people to education, vindicated: letters to Andrew T. Judson, Esq., and others in Canterbury, remonstrating with them on their unjust and unjustifiable procedure relative to Miss Crandall and her school for colored females
  • by Samuel J. May
  • Report of the arguments of counsel, in the case of Prudence Crandall, plff. in error vs. State of Connecticut, before the Supreme Court of Errors, at their session, at Brooklyn, July term, 1834
  • by a member of the bar
  • Mob, under pretence of law, or, the arrest and trial of Rev. George Storrs at Northfield, N.H., with the circumstances connected with that affair and remarks thereon
  • Narrative of the late riotous proceedings against the liberty of the press, in Cincinnati: with remarks and historical notices relating to emancipation
  • addressed to the people of Ohio, by the Executive Committee of the Ohio Anti-Slavery Society
  • Alton trials of Winthrop S. Gilman, who was indicted with Enoch Long, Amos B. Roff, George H. Walworth, George H. Whitney, William Harned, John S. Noble, James Morss, Jr., Henry Tanner, Royal Weller, Reuben Gerry, and Thaddeus B. Hurlbut, for the crime of riot, committed the night of the 7th of November, 1837, while engaged in defending a printing press, from an attack made on it at that time, by an armed mob
  • written out from notes of the trial, taken at the time by a member of the ban of the Alton Municipal Court. Also, the trial of John Solomon, Levi Palmer, Horace Beall. Josiah Nutter, Jacob Smith. David Butler, William Carr, and James M. Rock, indicted with James Jennings, Soloman Morcan. and Frederick Biruchy, for a riot committed In Alton, on the night of the 7th of November, 1837, in unlawfully and forcibly entering the warehouse of Godfrey, Gilman & Co., and breaking up and destroying a printing press
  • Volume 1.
  • written out from notes taken at the time of trial by William S. Lincoln
  • A legal argument before the Supreme Court of the state of New Jersey, at the May term, 1845, at Trenton for the deliverance of 4,000 persons from bondage
  • by Alvan Stewart
  • Argument of Charles Soiner, Esq. against the constitutionality of separate colored schools, in the case of Sarah C. Roberts vs. the city of Boston, before the Supreme Court of Mass., Dec 4, 1849
  • The case of Nathaniel Jennison for attempting to hold a Negro as a slave in Massachusetts in 1781: from the minutes of Chief Justice Cushing with references to contemporaneous records communicated to the Massachusetts Historical Society, April 16, 1874
  • Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey, relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage
  • collected and published by the late Governor Joseph Bloomfield
  • Cases adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey, relative to the manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage
  • by Isaac Neale
  • Andrew T. Judson's remarks to the jury, on the trial of the case, State v. P. Crandall, Superior Court, Oct. term, 1833, Windham County Conn.
  • Report of the trial of Miss Prudence Crandall, before the County Court for Windham County, August term 1833, on information charging her with teaching colored persons not inhabitants of this state
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (vii, 524 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
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unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Quality assurance targets
unknown
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