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ISNI: 
0000 0000 6312 1345
Name: 
Austin, James T.
Austin, James Trecothick
Citizen of Massachusetts
Leolin
Dates: 
1784-1870
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author
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Dexter, Franklin (1793-1857)
Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Parker, Samuel Dunn (1780-1873)
Samuel Gardner Drake Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Sewall, Samuel E. (1799-1888)
Sewall, Samuel Edmund (1799-1888)
Shaw, Lemuel (1781-1861)
Snelling, William Joseph (1804-1848)
Whitman, Benjamin (1768-1840)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Address, delivered before the massachusetts charitable mechanic association at the celebration of their eleventh triennial festival, and second exhibition and fair, october 3, 1839
Life of elbridge gerry with contemporary letters to the close of the american revolution
oration, An
Oration delivered on the fourth of july, 1829, at the celebration of american independence, in the city of boston
Remarks on Dr. Channing's Slavery
Resistance to laws of the United States considered in four letters to the Honorable Harrison Gray Otis, esq., late president of the Senate of Massachusetts
Speech delivered in Faneuil Hall, December 8, 1837, at a meeting of citizens called on the petition of William E. Channing and others
Trial of Mrs. Hannah Kinney for the alleged murder of her husband, George T. Kinney, by poison. Before the Supreme court of Massachusetts, Judges Shaw, Putnam, and Wilde, present; sitting at Boston, from Dec. 21st to Dec. 26th, with the arguments of counsel, and the charge of the Chief Justice fully reported. Counsel for the prosecution: J.T. Austin, attorney general, and S.D. Parker, commonwealth's attorney. For the prisoner: Franklin Dexter and George T. Curtis
Trial of William J. Snelling for a libel on the Honorable Benjamin Whitman, Senior Judge of the Police Court : Commonwealth vs. Snelling, Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts, December 27th 1833, before the Hon. Samuel Putman, justice.
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