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[New York]:

DOCUMENT NO. 68. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. JANUARY 16, 1843. MESSAGE OF THE MAYOR, TOGETHER WITH THE OPINIONS OF MORRIS FRANKLIN AND JOHN B. SCOTT, ESQS. IN THE RESPECTIVE CASES OF PURDY & JARVIS VS. THE PEOPLE, DELIVERED IN THE COURT FOR THE CORRECTION OF ERRORS.

Chas. King, Printer to the Board of Aldermen, New-York: 1843 [2], [639]-663, [1 blank] pp. Original printed wrappers [light staining], stitched, disbound. Scattered foxing. Light vertical crease through center. Good+ or so. Mayor Robert H. Morris transmits opinions supporting a court decision upholding New York City residents' power to elect their judiciary, and acknowledging the rule "that the chartered rights of the city of New York cannot be altered, abridged, or repealed, except by a vote of two-thirds in both branches of the Legislature of the State." Not in AI or on OCLC.


Book Id: 22041

Price: $75.00

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