Full leather. lxii, 797 pp. + lengthy unpaginated table of the principal matters. Slight chipping at foot of spine, separation almost the full length of one spine edge (but still very tight), signed by Stephen Eno (August 30 1802) and Jonathan Holdeen (N 8 1935), small holes in two initial blanks, previous owner's name clipped from top margin of title page, occasional notations in ink, two sheets with case information tipped in, Good. Stephen Eno practiced law in Pine Plains, N.Y. and was a prominent lawyer in Duchess County. Jonathan Holdeen (1881-1967), who resided in Pine Plains and had an office in Poughkeepsie, N.Y., was the eccentric, penny-pinching, millionaire lawyer who set up 2.8 million dollars in trusts to make Pennsylvania a tax-free state (an idea inspired by Benjamin Franklin). An extraordinary legal clash followed in which the Unitarian Universalists were involved. Google Holdeen, and read about this fascinating scheme and legal battle. Bookseller Inventory #
Title: Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in ...
Publisher: P. Byrne
Publication Date: 1795
Binding: Full Leather
Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: Third Edition with Additions.
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