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Courthouse building government, architecture buildings.

Courthouse building government, architecture buildings.

Building court law, architecture buildings.

Building court law, architecture buildings.

Arbiter, Arbitrium (Judge, Decision) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 128v

Arbiter, Arbitrium (Judge, Decision) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 128v

Assessor (Counselor, adviser to a judge) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 150v

Assessor (Counselor, adviser to a judge) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 150v

Confessio iudicialis (Confession to a judge) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 369v

Confessio iudicialis (Confession to a judge) from BL Royal 6 E VI, f. 369v

Miniature showing 1. two ships full of soldiers; 2. Camiola's proposal of marriage with the imprisoned Roland; 3. Camiola delivers her oration to the ecclesiastical judge, who sits on a throne, attended by nobles. Initial, rubric, border design.

Miniature showing 1. two ships full of soldiers; 2. Camiola's proposal of marriage with the imprisoned Roland; 3. Camiola delivers her oration to the ecclesiastical judge, who sits on a throne, attended by nobles.  Initial, rubric, border design.

The second dream of King Nebuchadnezzar; Christ as judge seated on a rainbow holding a sword

The second dream of King Nebuchadnezzar; Christ as judge seated on a rainbow holding a sword

A judge, A. Fannius and the torture of the slave Alexander

A judge, A. Fannius and the torture of the slave Alexander

Amesia Sentia before the judge

Amesia Sentia before the judge

64 CE: Florus, tyrannical procurator of Judea, removes 70 talents from the Temple treasury on the pretext that Rome requires it. The indignant Jews heap abuse upon him. Here, Florus holds a tribunal to judge the Jews who have derided him.

64 CE: Florus, tyrannical procurator of Judea, removes 70 talents from the Temple treasury on the pretext that Rome requires it. The indignant Jews heap abuse upon him. Here, Florus holds a tribunal to judge the Jews who have derided him.

Alexander, Hannibal and Scipio Africanus before Minos, judge of Hades

Alexander, Hannibal and Scipio Africanus before Minos, judge of Hades

Roundel with Susanna Before the Judge

Roundel with Susanna Before the Judge

The second dream of King Nebuchadnezzar; Christ as judge seating in a rainbow holding a sword

The second dream of King Nebuchadnezzar; Christ as judge seating in a rainbow holding a sword

The seventh angel sounds: Christ as the judge of the Last Judgement, angels and resurrection of the dead (2nd of 2)

The seventh angel sounds: Christ as the judge of the Last Judgement, angels and resurrection of the dead (2nd of 2)

Christ as Judge Surrounded by Saints (upper central section of the Last Judgment)

Christ as Judge Surrounded by Saints (upper central section of the Last Judgment)

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing His Nephew

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing His Nephew

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing His Nephew

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing His Nephew

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing his Nephew

Judge Herkinbald (Archambauld) Stabbing his Nephew

Judge Herkinbald Cutting the Throat of his Nephew

Judge Herkinbald Cutting the Throat of his Nephew

Two Men Before a Judge in a Crowded Courtroom

Two Men Before a Judge in a Crowded Courtroom

Allegory of Justice depicting a street scene with a shepherd giving a sheet of paper to a judge at left, who rejects it, from Thronus Justitiae, tredecim pulcherrimus tabulis..., plate 11

Allegory of Justice depicting a street scene with a shepherd giving a sheet of paper to a judge at left, who rejects it, from Thronus Justitiae, tredecim pulcherrimus tabulis..., plate 11

Allegory of Justice (Sanctity of the Law) with a court scene depicting a man being pardoned by a judge, from Thronus Justitiae, tredecim pulcherrimus tabulis..., plate 12

Allegory of Justice (Sanctity of the Law) with a court scene depicting a man being pardoned by a judge, from Thronus Justitiae, tredecim pulcherrimus tabulis..., plate 12

Boston in New England. August 9th 1667. The Governour, deputy-governour and sundry of the magistrates. Being assembled, do judge meet to comment to their beloved brethren and neighbours the inhabitants of this colony this following proposed ...

Boston in New England. August 9th 1667. The Governour, deputy-governour and sundry of the magistrates. Being assembled, do judge meet to comment to their beloved brethren and neighbours the inhabitants of this colony this following proposed ...

Christ as Judge

Christ as Judge

Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, By the Honourable [blank] Judge of the Probate of wills, &c. for and within the County of [blank] in the Province aforesaid. To [blank] of [blank] in the County and Province aforesaid, [blank] Greeting. [Appoin

Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, By the Honourable [blank] Judge of the Probate of wills, &c. for and within the County of [blank] in the Province aforesaid. To [blank] of [blank] in the County and Province aforesaid, [blank] Greeting. [Appoin

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of Governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this Country [In favour of the election of Peter Livinston to the Assembly] New York, March 8, 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this country [In favour of the election of Peter Livingston to the Assembly] New York March 8 1768.

To the worthy freeholders and freemen. The son of the most upright Judge, the best of governors, and the greatest patriot ever known in this country [In favour of the election of Peter Livingston to the Assembly] New York March 8 1768.

Letter to the Hon. Judge [Joseph Christopher] Yates [Schenectady?]

Letter to the Hon. Judge [Joseph Christopher] Yates [Schenectady?]

Letter to [Judge Robert R. Livingston.]

Letter to [Judge Robert R. Livingston.]

Letter to William R. Smith, Judge Advocate of the 2d Brigade, 10th Division

Letter to William R. Smith, Judge Advocate of the 2d Brigade, 10th Division

Letter to John Pickering, Judge of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire

Letter to John Pickering, Judge of the Supreme Court of New Hampshire

Letter to [Judge Robert R. Livingston.]

Letter to [Judge Robert R. Livingston.]

Letter to Judge Coe, Albany

Letter to Judge Coe, Albany

Letter to Edward Savage, Judge of the Vice-admiralty of South Carolina

Letter to Edward Savage, Judge of the Vice-admiralty of South Carolina

Judge Thumb, or - patent sticks for family correction: warranted lawful!

Judge Thumb, or - patent sticks for family correction: warranted lawful!

[Judge John Marshall]

[Judge John Marshall]

Battle of Germantown. Attack on Judge Chew's house

Battle of Germantown. Attack on Judge Chew's house

Thomas Duncan Judge of the Supreme Court of Penna.

Thomas Duncan Judge of the Supreme Court of Penna.

City of Albany, February 16, 1792. On the 13th instant a letter was received by Abraham Ten Broeck, Esquire, from a gentleman in New York, informing that Judge Yates had publicly declined standing a candidate for Governor, and inclosing the foll

City of Albany, February 16, 1792. On the 13th instant a letter was received by Abraham Ten Broeck, Esquire, from a gentleman in New York, informing that Judge Yates had publicly declined standing a candidate for Governor, and inclosing the foll

Thomas Jefferson to Kentucky District Judge, January 3, 1793

Thomas Jefferson to Kentucky District Judge, January 3, 1793

Deposition of Luke Decker before Judge James Johnson, Knox County, Territory of the United States Northwest of the Ohio

Deposition of Luke Decker before Judge James Johnson, Knox County, Territory of the United States Northwest of the Ohio

In Council. January the 16th, 1797. Gentlemen, The Executive deem it essentially necessary that an accurate state of the commission of the peace in each County, should be known to them, in order that they may judge of the propriety of adding to

In Council. January the 16th, 1797. Gentlemen, The Executive deem it essentially necessary that an accurate state of the commission of the peace in each County, should be known to them, in order that they may judge of the propriety of adding to

Rutledge, Edward. [South Carolina?] To Judge Grimke

Rutledge, Edward. [South Carolina?] To Judge Grimke

A Judge of the Criminal Court

A Judge of the Criminal Court

Rutledge, Edward. [South Carolina?] To Judge Grimke

Rutledge, Edward. [South Carolina?] To Judge Grimke

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi. Cotton planter, No. II. To Judge Leake. [Signed] Cotton planter. [18-?].

To the citizens of the State of Mississippi. Cotton planter, No. II. To Judge Leake. [Signed] Cotton planter. [18-?].

Theodore Sedgwick L.L.D., Judge of Supreme Court, Mass.

Theodore Sedgwick L.L.D., Judge of Supreme Court, Mass.

Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen having ordered the Charge given to the Grand Jury on Monday last, to be published in the Georgia Republican, the editor felt himself bound by his duty to refuse the publication an

Georgia Republican extra, Savannah, 25th April, 1804. Judge Bowen having ordered the Charge given to the Grand Jury on Monday last, to be published in the Georgia Republican, the editor felt himself bound by his duty to refuse the publication an

Washington, D.C., Bar Association to Thomas Jefferson, 1804, Recommendation for Judge

Washington, D.C., Bar Association to Thomas Jefferson, 1804, Recommendation for Judge

Washington, William Augustine. Rich Hill. To Judge Washington and Lawrence Lewis

Washington, William Augustine. Rich Hill. To Judge Washington and Lawrence Lewis

Washington, William Augustine. Rich Hill. To Judge Washington and Lawrence Lewis

Washington, William Augustine. Rich Hill. To Judge Washington and Lawrence Lewis

Writings of Judge Pitman. Opinion of John Pitman, now United States Judge for the Rhode Island district ... [1811].

Writings of Judge Pitman. Opinion of John Pitman, now United States Judge for the Rhode Island district ... [1811].

Judge Harry Toulmin to Andrew Jackson

Judge Harry Toulmin to Andrew Jackson

A judge.

A judge.

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. New York. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

The eldest son of Judge Breckenridge

The eldest son of Judge Breckenridge

Mount Auburn Cemetery--Monument to Judge Story [and map of the cemetery, Boston, Mass.]

Mount Auburn Cemetery--Monument to Judge Story [and map of the cemetery, Boston, Mass.]

Twelve sufficient reasons why I and my understrappers should vote for the new constitution ... [Signed A Judge & Justice of the Peace. [1820?].

Twelve sufficient reasons why I and my understrappers should vote for the new constitution ... [Signed A Judge & Justice of the Peace. [1820?].

Clinton, DeWitt. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Clinton, DeWitt. To Judge [Joseph C.] Yates

Residence of Judge Ingraham, Harlem, N.Y. 1858

Residence of Judge Ingraham, Harlem, N.Y. 1858

Washington City, March 2, 1831. Sir: The ordinary business of the Session has been greatly interrupted to the impeachment of Judge Peck ... William Hendricks.

Washington City, March 2, 1831. Sir: The ordinary business of the Session has been greatly interrupted to the impeachment of Judge Peck ... William Hendricks.

Military despotism! Arbitrary arrest of a judge [Regarding Andrew Jackson and Dominick A. Hall] During the session of Congress in 842, Senator Linn of Mo. introduced the bill for refunding the money to Jackson, with interest, amounting to {dolla

Military despotism! Arbitrary arrest of a judge [Regarding Andrew Jackson and Dominick A. Hall] During the session of Congress in 842, Senator Linn of Mo. introduced the bill for refunding the money to Jackson, with interest, amounting to {dolla

Russell Bean surrendering to Judge Jackson

Russell Bean surrendering to Judge Jackson

[Judge Ogden Edwards, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left]

[Judge Ogden Edwards, head-and-shoulders portrait, three-quarters to the left]

Title page

Title page

Judge Jay's letter. Free soil Whigs and Libery party men, read this! October 1849.

Judge Jay's letter. Free soil Whigs and Libery party men, read this! October 1849.

[European body armor: fig. 1 Full armor of Emperor Maximilian; fig. 2 Full armor of King Henry VIII; fig. 3 & 4 English and German knights; fig. 5 Squires; fig. 6 & 7 Engl. & Ger. knights in a tournament; fig. 8 Judge of the tournament]

[European body armor: fig. 1 Full armor of Emperor Maximilian; fig. 2 Full armor of King Henry VIII; fig. 3 & 4 English and German knights; fig. 5 Squires; fig. 6 & 7 Engl. & Ger. knights in a tournament; fig. 8 Judge of the tournament]

Steam or other communication with Liberia. An adjourned meeting to aid this object will be held this evening in the 4 1-2 street Church ... when the Hon. Judge Wayne will preside and addresses be made by several distinguished gentlemen ... All w

Steam or other communication with Liberia. An adjourned meeting to aid this object will be held this evening in the 4 1-2 street Church ... when the Hon. Judge Wayne will preside and addresses be made by several distinguished gentlemen ... All w

Judge Daly

Judge Daly

Judge David Davis

Judge David Davis

Judge A.D. Smith

Judge A.D. Smith

Judge Daly

Judge Daly

Judge Jos. Holt

Judge Jos. Holt

Judge Jeremiah Black

Judge Jeremiah Black

Judge [?] O'Collins

Judge [?] O'Collins

Judge James Roosevelt

Judge James Roosevelt

Judge S.J. Field

Judge S.J. Field

Judge Hoffman

Judge Hoffman

Judge McCunn

Judge McCunn

Judge E.P. Cowles

Judge E.P. Cowles

Judge Amosa Parker of N.Y.

Judge Amosa Parker of N.Y.

Judge John A. Campbell

Judge John A. Campbell

Judge David Davis

Judge David Davis

Judge Bonney

Judge Bonney

Judge S.F. Miller

Judge S.F. Miller

Judge James Roosevelt

Judge James Roosevelt

Judge J.M. Wayne

Judge J.M. Wayne

Judge Brady

Judge Brady

Judge J. Catron

Judge J. Catron

Judge Ira Harris

Judge Ira Harris

Judge Nathan Clifford

Judge Nathan Clifford

Judge McCunn

Judge McCunn

Judge E.P. Cowles

Judge E.P. Cowles

Judge Nathan Clifford

Judge Nathan Clifford

Judge Emmet of N.Y.

Judge Emmet of N.Y.

Judge E.T. Chambers of Md

Judge E.T. Chambers of Md