Call Number (LC) Title Results
KF228.O74 E67 2009 Peyote vs. the state : religious freedom on trial / 1
KF228.O74 F73 1916i Oregon minimum wage cases Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1916, Nos. 25 and 26 : Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission : Elmira Simpson, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission : brief for defendants in error upon re-argument / 1
KF228.O74 L66 2000 Religious freedom and Indian rights : the case of Oregon v. Smith / 1
KF228.O74 O33 1916i Oregon minimum wage cases, Supreme Court of the United States, October term, 1916, nos. 25 and 26, Frank C. Stettler, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission Elmira Simpson, plaintiff in error, vs. Edwin V. O'Hara, et al., constituting the Industrial Welfare Commission : brief for defendants in error upon re-argument / 1
KF228.O7427 L66 2000 Religious freedom and Indian rights : the case of Oregon v. Smith / 1
KF228.O745 P53 1826i Report of the evidence and reasons of the award between Johannis Orlandos & Andreas Luriottis, Greek deputies, of the one part, and Le Roy, Bayard & Co., and G.G. & S. Howland, of the other part 1
KF228.O75 H64 1840i The Municipality No. Two, vs. the Orleans Cotton Press Company argument, on behalf of the defendants, furnished by M. W. Hoffman, attorney and chairman of Committee of., &c. 1
KF228.O75 P74 1840i The municipality no. two, of the city of New Orleans, vs. the Orleans Cotton Press Company the argument of Isaac T. Preston, one of the counsel for the defendants. 1
KF228.O83 P46 1889i Proceedings in the matter of the contested election of Osbourn vs. Devlin before the Committee on Elections of the Senate of Pennsylvania. 1
KF228.O94 T33 1850i Report of the argument of Azor Taber, counsel for the defendant, in the cause of Overbaugh and others vs. Patrie decided in the Supreme Court, in the February term, 1850. 1
KF228.P3 P33 1865i Great disclosure of spiritual wickedness!! in high places with an appeal to the government to protect the inalienable rights of married women / 1
KF228.P3 P33 1866i Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or, Three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to protect the rights of married women /
Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial and self-defence from the charge of insanity, or, Three years' imprisonment for religious belief by the arbitrary will of a husband : with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to protect the rights of married women by Mrs. E.P.W. Packard.
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KF228.P3 P33 1866r Marital power exemplified in Mrs. Packard's trial : and self-defence from the charge of insanity; or three years' imprisonment for religious belief, by the arbitrary will of a husband, with an appeal to the government to so change the laws as to protect the rights of married women / 1
KF228.P34 P34 1857i Evidence of illegitimacy in a case of ante-nuptial conception Page vs. Dennison : in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, March, 1857. 1
KF228.P347 M36 2005 The Palsgraf case : courts, law, and society in 1920s New York / 1
KF228.P348 M66 1871i Rights of dramatic authors at common law 1
KF228.P35 P35 1878i Louis F. Palmer, respondent, against Elbert C. Protts, appellant case and exceptions. 1
KF228.P3565 P3565 1833i The extraordinary proceedings at the City Hall, New York, commenced May 21st and continued by adjournments to June 17th, 1833 before David S. Jones, and Charles Graham, esquires, counsellors at law, and David Perkins, and John Stearns, M. Drs., commissioners, appointed by the Chancellor of the state of New-York, by virtue of a commission, in the nature of a writ de lunatico inquirendo, to enquire whether Joseph Wilfred Parkins, be a lunatic : combining the evidence, speeches of counsel, and singularly skilful and adroit defence of the alleged lunatice : the lucid and elaborate charges of the commissioners to the jury, with the legal documents appertaining to the commission, viz: : the petition to the chancellor : affidavits : commission, and inquisition in full / 1
KF228.P367 S29 1880i In re Tiburcio Parrott on habeas corpus rights of Chinese : opinions of Hon. Lorenzo Sawyer, Circuit Judge, and Hon. Ogden Hoffman, District Judge. 1
KF228.P37 N534 1826i Extracts from Godolphin, Sea laws, Jenkins, Maline, Zouch and Exton of all the parts of those treatises which relate to the Admiralty jurisdiction in cases of contracts : also, the commission of George III to the Vice Admiralty Court in New Hampshire in 1776, and an abstract of the records of the Vice Admiralty Court in Massachusetts prior to the revolution. 1