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Argument of Edward Owen Parry, one of the counsel for the heirs of Stephen Girard, in the case of the city of Philadelphia vs. Augustus Girard, et al. in the supreme court of Pennsylvania, at Harrisburg, May 22d, 1863.

Parry, Edward Owen.

Published by Pr. by Benjamin Bannan, Pottsville, PA, 1863
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Litigation over the estate of Stephan Girard, who died in 1831, dragged on for years, the other heirs contesting his bequests to the city of Philadelphia, the largest of which founded Girard college. This litigation was eventually decided in the city's favor. 8vo. [2] ff., 70 pp., v, [1 (blank)] pp., 9, [1 (blank)] pp. Good. Quarter cloth over marbled paper, abraded with pressure stamps from a now-defunct library and a paper label affixed to spine. In addition rubber-stamps including one on title-page. Pages lightly cockled with some light waterstaining and scattered spots of soiling. Author's presentation inscription on title-page. Bookseller Inventory # 2528

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Title: Argument of Edward Owen Parry, one of the ...

Publisher: Pr. by Benjamin Bannan, Pottsville, PA

Publication Date: 1863

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