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[D'Wolf, James Jr.]:

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES. JAMES D'WOLF, JUNIOR, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, VS. DAVID JACQUES RABAUD, JEAN PHILIPPE FREDERIC RABAUD, ALPHONSE MARC RABAUD, AND ANDREW E. BELKNAP, DEFENDANTS IN ERROR. CASE UPON BILL OF EXCEPTIONS.

Clayton & Van Norden, New York: 1826 36pp, bound in modern plain wrappers. Small hole in blank portion of title page [no text affected]. Scattered light foxing. Good+. The Rabauds, French citizens from Marseilles, claimed D'Wolf, a New York resident, had breached his contract to ship to them, at Marseilles, 500 boxes of white Havana sugar. This document prints the pleadings, interrogatories and responses, certain exhibits, and a summary of arguments. The case provides insight into the details of international commerce in the early years of the 19th century. Not in AI, Sabin, Eberstadt, Decker, Marke, Harv. Law Cat, BEAL.


Book Id: 12900

Price: $150.00

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