Lyman Tremain

Lyman Tremain Lyman Tremain (June 14, 1819, in Durham, Greene County, New York – November 30, 1878, in New York City) was a jurist and politician from New York. Provided by Wikipedia
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    Susan B. Anthony. June 16, 1874. -- Recommitted to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed.

    Published 1874
    Other Authors: “…Tremain, Lyman, 1819-1878…”
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    District libel law. March 3, 1875. -- Ordered to be printed.

    Published 1875
    Other Authors: “…Tremain, Lyman, 1819-1878…”
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    Judge E.H. Durell. June 17, 1874. -- Recommitted to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed.

    Published 1874
    Other Authors: “…Tremain, Lyman, 1819-1878…”
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    Alleged misgovernment in South Carolina. April 28, 1874. -- Recommitted to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed.

    Published 1874
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    Impeachment of Judge Busteed. June 20, 1874. -- Recommitted to the Committee on the Judiciary and ordered to be printed.

    Published 1874
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