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Counsellor at law
Spencer, John C.
Spencer, John Canfield
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Butler, Benjamin F. (1795-1858)
Butler, Benjamin Franklin (1795-1858)
Duer, John (1782-1858)
Kramnick, Isaac (1938- ))
Lalor, T. M. [from old catalog]
New York (State)
Reeve, Henry (1813-1895)
Tocqueville, Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Clérel (1805-1859)
Tocqueville, Alexis de (1805-1859)
United States. Army. Court-martial (Talcott : 1851)
Vanderheyden, Levinus
Abstract of the most important alterations, of general interest, introduced by the revised statutes the principal part of which originally appeared in numbers published in the ontario messenger
American institutions and their influence.
Argument in defence of the Rev. Eliphalet Nott, D.D., president of Union College, and in answer to the charges made against him by Levinus Vanderheyden and James W. Beekman : presented before the Committee of the Senate, appointed to investigate certain pecuinary affairs of Union College
Democracy in America. -
Impostures and calumnies of George Montgomery West.
John C. Spencer correspondence
law of real property of the state of New York, 1855:, The
Letters addressed to William L. Stone ... and to Benjamin Cowell ... upon the subject of masonry and anti-masonry.
Report of the special counsel on the subject of the abduction of William Morgan.
republic of the United States of America, and its political institutions, reviewed and examined., The
Review of the testimony given before the general court martial, upon the trial of Brig. General George Talcott, in June and July, 1851 and of the proceedings of the court
revised statutes of the state of New-York, as altered by subsequent enactments: together with statutory provisions of a general nature, passed between the years 1828 and 1845 inclusive, arranged in connection with the same or kindred subjects in the revised statutes: with notes of decisions by the courts upon the provisions contained in the text, The
revised statutes of the state of New-York, passed during the years one thousand eight hundred and twenty-seven, and one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight: to which are added, certain former acts which have not been revised., The
Statutes at large of the state of New York, comprising the Revised statutes, as they existed on the 1st day of July, 1862, and all the general public statutes then in force, with references to judicial decisions, and the material notes of the revisers in their report to the Legislature.