Austin Abbott

Austin Abbott Austin Abbott, LL.D. (December 18, 1831 – April 19, 1896) was a lawyer and academic. He is probably best remembered as being the government counsel in the trial of Charles J. Guiteau for the assassination of President James Garfield. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Existing questions on legal education by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1893
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    A brief for the trial of criminal cases by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1925
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    A brief for the trial of civil issues before a jury by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1892
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    A brief for the trial of civil issues before a jury by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1885
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    A brief for the trial of civil issues before a jury by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1889
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    A brief for the trial of civil issues before a jury / by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1900
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    A brief for the trial of civil issues before a jury / by Abbott, Austin, 1831-1896

    Published 1891
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