SPEECH OF JUDGE CHAMBERS, ON THE JUDICIAL TENURE, IN THE MARYLAND CONVENTION, APRIL, 1851.
Baltimore: Murphy, 1851. Modern plain wrappers, 41pp. Scattered light soil, Good+. Judge of the Maryland court of appeals, Chambers was a delegate to the State "convention which framed a new constitution. There he made himself unpopular by his unsuccessful fight against the provision that the people elect their judges. As..... More