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Page 26 - to provide for the more convenient organization of the courts of the United States...
Page 37 - Digest of the decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, from its organization to the present time. Philadelphia, 1848. 8°.
Page 63 - Instructions to the envoys extraordinary and ministers plenipotentiary from the United States of America to the French Republic, their letters of credence and full powers, and the dispatches received from them relative to their mission.
Page 17 - Propositions for amending the Constitution of the United States: Submitted by Mr. Hillhouse to the Senate, on the twelfth day of April, 1808, with his explanatory remarks.
Page 37 - A manual of the cases decided in the United States Supreme Court and cited in other cases in the same court, with the points of reference.
Page 49 - Esquire, and Mr. Lewis Littlepage. A Young Man whom Mr. Jay, when in Spain, Patronized and took into his Family.
Page 13 - Treatise on the Organization, Jurisdiction, and Practice of the Courts of the United States, with Rules of the Court, and Practical Forms, by A.
Page 79 - Distinguished American lawyers, pp. 373-378. New York, 1891. 8°.) Stephen J. Field arrested for conspiracy and murder of the Hon. David S. Terry. Some of the reasons why he did not dare stand an investigation, but attempted to stigmatize the judge's wife in an application to Governor Waterman of California begging to be released. Fresno, Cal., 1889. 21 pp. 8°. "The above is compiled and published by the friends of the late Judge David S. Terry."— p.