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Bonaparte, Charles J.
Bonaparte, Charles Joseph
Bonaparte, Charles Joseph ((Attorney General))
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Bonaparte, Jérôme Napoléon (1805-1870; Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
National Civil Service League
National Civil Service Reform League (U.S.)
United States. Commission to Investigate Title of United States to Lands in District of Columbia
United States. Department of Justice
United States. Department of the Interior
United States. Dept. of Justice
University of Notre Dame
Woodruff, Clinton Rogers (1868-1948)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Alleged abuses and irregularities in public service of the Indian Territory.
Can we trust our army to spoilsmen? a paper read at the eighteenth annual meeting of the National Civil Service Reform League, at Baltimore, Md., December 16, 1898
Charles Joseph Bonaparte, 1851-1921, an appreciation.
Civil-service reform as a moral question
Concord and the American revolution;
John Marshall as lawyer and judge an oration delivered on "John Marshall Day" February 4, 1901
Opinion of the attorney-general in the matter of compensation of railroad companies for carrying the mails.
Partisan politics in municipal government.
Punishment and pardon.
Remarks of Attorney-General Bonaparte in response to the toast "The bar of the country and the cause of Federal justice" before the Pennsylvania Society of New York, Saturday, December 12, 1908.
Santa Fé rebate case., The
scope and difficulties of civil service reform. An address delivered at Fort Wayne, Indiana, The
Some duties and responsibilities of American Catholics. An address delivered at the commencement exercises of the University of Notre Dame, June 15, 1904
strength and weakness of popular government in the United States. An address, delivered before the graduating classes at the sixty-sixth anniversary of Yale Law School, on June 24, 1890, by Charles J. Bonaparte, esq., The
Title of the United States to lands in the District of Columbia ... Report of the Commission to Investigate the Title of the United States to Lands in the District of Columbia: to accompany S. 8449 and S. 8450 ...
Transmission through the mails of anarchistic publications.
Two lessons of the past four years...
Why I must vote for Hughes. Remarks of Charles J. Bonaparte at a meeting of the Progressive state central committee of Maryland, Friday, September 15, 1916.
Why I shall vote for Roosevelt; a paper read at the "Symposium", South Orange, New Jersey, Saturday, October 26, 1912.
world of Saint Dominic and the world of today. An address delivered on the seven hundredth anniversary of the approval of the Order of friars Preachers by the Apostolic See, Sunday, November 19th, 1916, at Washington, D. C., The