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Life of Matthew Hale Carpenter. A View of the Honors and Achievements that, in the American Republic, are the Fruits of Well-Directed Ambition and Persisten Industry

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Published by David Atwood and Company Madison, Wisconsin 1884, 1884
Condition: Very Good Hardcover
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Third edition 1Vol. Frontispiece. Pp 584 Original brown cloth. Rubbed, some spotting of frontispiece and light browning of text, some light wear, some pencilled notations in margins and on blanks at end relating to the work, else very good. The noted lawyer, studied law under Rufus Choate after West Point moved to Wisconsin where he pursued his legalistic interests and became a U. S. Senator. Several cases that he was involved with are mentioned including the Booth Case, McCardle Case, Slaughter-House Cases, Mrs. Stephen A. Douglas, bashford-Barstow Case. Bookseller Inventory # 1738

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Title: Life of Matthew Hale Carpenter. A View of ...

Publisher: David Atwood and Company Madison, Wisconsin 1884

Publication Date: 1884

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Very Good

Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Edition: 3rd Edition

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