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Massachusetts:

PROCEEDINGS OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, UPON THE PETITION OF GEORGE R. M. WITHINGTON AND OTHERS, PRAYING THAT JAMES G. CARTER BE REMOVED FROM HIS OFFICE OF JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR THE COUNTY OF WORCESTER, WITH THE OPENING REMARKS OF HON. RUFUS CHOATE... THE CLOSING ARGUMENT OF HON. PLINY MERRICK.

1849 Boston, George C. Rand & Co., Printers. 1849. 74, [2] pp. Stitched. Wrapper title [as issued], with presentation signature of "J.G. Carter." Some wrapper wear, text clean and Very Good. Choate's Address deals at length, with much learned precedent, on the power of the legislature to remove judicial officers. Choate and his colleague argue that Judge Carter is a man of excellent moral and professional character whom his personal enemies seek to destroy. FIRST EDITION. II Harv. Law Cat. 1038. Sabin 45948. BEAL 14197.


Book Id: 11342

Price: $125.00

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