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Author Thornton, Samuel Yardley, defendant

Title The trial of Samuel Yardley Thornton, Jacob Hellings, and others : indicted for a conspiracy in the Court of Quarter Sessions of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, May sessions, 1821, continued to August sessions, 1821 / by Joseph Hough, & Albert Smith
Published Philadelphia : Printed by Maxwell, 1821
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Description 1 online resource (4 pages, 122 pages, 154, 1 unnumbered page)
Series Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926
Making of Modern Law : Trials, 1600-1926
Notes Reproduction of the original from Yale Law Library
With: Report of the trial of friends in the city of Philadelphia, June, 1828, before the Honourable Edward King, Esq., president judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the first judicial district of Pennsylvania, or, The case of Edmund Shotwell, Joseph Lukins, Charles Middleton, and two others who had been by the mayor of the city committed to prison whence they were brought up by habeas corpus June 16th, 1828 / taken in short-hand by M.T.C. Gould. Philadelphia : J. Harding, printer, 1828
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Subject Hellings, Jacob, defendant -- Trials, litigation, etc
Thornton, Samuel Yardley, defendant -- Trials, litigation, etc
Counterfeiters -- Pennsylvania -- Bucks County.
Trials (Conspiracy) -- Pennsylvania -- Bucks County.
Trials (Fraud) -- Pennsylvania -- Bucks County.
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Author Gould, M. T. C. (Marcus Tullius Cicero), 1793-1860. Report of the trial of friends in the city of Philadelphia, June, 1828, before the Honourable Edward King, Esq., president judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the first judicial district of Pennsylvania, or, The case of Edmund Shotwell, Joseph Lukins, Charles Middleton, and two others who had been by the mayor of the city committed to prison whence they were brought up by habeas corpus June 16th, 1828
Hellings, Jacob, defendant
Pennsylvania. Court of Quarter Sessions (Bucks County)
Other Titles Report of the trial of friends in the city of Philadelphia, June, 1828, before the Honourable Edward King, Esq., president judge of the Court of Common Pleas, for the first judicial district of Pennsylvania, or, The case of Edmund Shotwell, Joseph Lukins, Charles Middleton, and two others who had been by the mayor of the city committed to prison whence they were brought up by habeas corpus June 16th, 1828