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The Resource Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench : given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872

Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench : given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872

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Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench : given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872
Title
Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench
Title remainder
given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872
Title variation
Dinner by the Bar of Philadelphia to Chief Justice Thompson, 1872
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Subject
Language
eng
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DLC
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Philadelphia Bar Association
Series statement
Pamphlets / Biddle Law Library Pamphlet Collection
Series volume
v. 26
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Thompson, James
Label
Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench : given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
61 pages
Lccn
96191321
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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  • n
Note
Library copy includes: Proceedings of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on the death of Charles Janeway Stillé, President of the Society, Held May 21, 1900; Trial by jury; Mr. Eddy's argumentative view of the case; Remarks of Mr. Muhlenberg, of Berks County, on the bill "authorizing a system of banking based upon state stocks", delivered in Senate, March 7, 1851; Will contests; Dinner given by the Philadelphia Bar to the judiciary at the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, January 8th, 1867; The revision of the Civil Code of the Province of Quebec : an address delivered before the Junior Bar Association of Montreal December 4th, 1905; Lunacy law passed at the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, session of 1883; Opinion of William Rawle to the Common Council of the City of Philadelphia, May 28, 1799, as to the right of the city to the Centre (Penn) Square, and to erect a building for public purposes upon the intersection of Broad and High (Market) Streets; A protest against the Supreme Court of Illinois, and also against its legal and moral doctrine as expressed in and illustrated in connection with the case of Edward C. Hegeler vs. the First National Bank of Peru (1890); The insular cases (1901)
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(OCoLC)35526663
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Dinner by the Philadelphia Bar to the Hon. James Thompson on his retirement from the bench : given at the Continental Hotel Philadelphia, December 19,1872
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
25 cm.
Extent
61 pages
Lccn
96191321
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
Library copy includes: Proceedings of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania on the death of Charles Janeway Stillé, President of the Society, Held May 21, 1900; Trial by jury; Mr. Eddy's argumentative view of the case; Remarks of Mr. Muhlenberg, of Berks County, on the bill "authorizing a system of banking based upon state stocks", delivered in Senate, March 7, 1851; Will contests; Dinner given by the Philadelphia Bar to the judiciary at the Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, January 8th, 1867; The revision of the Civil Code of the Province of Quebec : an address delivered before the Junior Bar Association of Montreal December 4th, 1905; Lunacy law passed at the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, session of 1883; Opinion of William Rawle to the Common Council of the City of Philadelphia, May 28, 1799, as to the right of the city to the Centre (Penn) Square, and to erect a building for public purposes upon the intersection of Broad and High (Market) Streets; A protest against the Supreme Court of Illinois, and also against its legal and moral doctrine as expressed in and illustrated in connection with the case of Edward C. Hegeler vs. the First National Bank of Peru (1890); The insular cases (1901)
System control number
(OCoLC)35526663

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