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[The Oztoticpac lands map].

[The Oztoticpac lands map].

[Title page of An argument in the case of James Sommersett ...]

[Title page of An argument in the case of James Sommersett ...]

Hell in triumph or The devil has got his own / Peepo Mellico, scratchavit.

Hell in triumph or The devil has got his own / Peepo Mellico, scratchavit.

John Malcom / dessiné et gravé par F. Godefroy.

John Malcom / dessiné et gravé par F. Godefroy.

The heroic Charlotte la Cordé, upon her trial, at the bar of the revolutionary tribunal of Paris, July 17, 1793 / Js. Gy. desn. et fect.

The heroic Charlotte la Cordé, upon her trial, at the bar of the revolutionary tribunal of Paris, July 17, 1793 / Js. Gy. desn. et fect.

The heroic Charlotte la Cordé, upon her trial,... / Js. Gy., desn. et fect.

The heroic Charlotte la Cordé, upon her trial,... / Js. Gy., desn. et fect.

Fouquier-Thinville jugé par le tribunal révolutionnaire, le 12 Floréal au 3eme de la République / Girardet inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

Fouquier-Thinville jugé par le tribunal révolutionnaire, le 12 Floréal au 3eme de la République / Girardet inv. & del. ; Berthault sculp.

A sketch of the interior view of the House of Lords, representing the trial of her majesty Queen Caroline / drawn by Cruikshanks ; etched by Roberts.

A sketch of the interior view of the House of Lords, representing the trial of her majesty Queen Caroline / drawn by Cruikshanks ; etched by Roberts.

A royal brewery, or how to cook a wife

A royal brewery, or how to cook a wife

Louis XVI repousse l'accusation d'avoir fait tirer sur le peuple / Ary Scheffer del. ; Pourvoyeur sc.

Louis XVI repousse l'accusation d'avoir fait tirer sur le peuple / Ary Scheffer del. ; Pourvoyeur sc.

Ein Neues Trauer-lied ...

Ein Neues Trauer-lied ...

Marie Antoinette condemned by the Revolutionary Tribunal / from the original painting by Paul Delaroche.

Marie Antoinette condemned by the Revolutionary Tribunal / from the original painting by Paul Delaroche.

[Title page of Boston slave riot, and trial of Anthony Burns with half-length portrait of Anthony Burns]

[Title page of Boston slave riot, and trial of Anthony Burns with half-length portrait of Anthony Burns]

Members of the General Court-Martial.

Members of the General Court-Martial.

Members of the General Court-Martial.

Members of the General Court-Martial.

Now ready: the Dred Scott decision--Opinion of Chief-Justice Roger B. Taney ...

Now ready: the Dred Scott decision--Opinion of Chief-Justice Roger B. Taney ...

Trial of Ossawattamie [sic] Brown View of the court-room during the trial, with accurate portraits of the presiding judge, the twelve ... men, the counsel for the prisoner and prosecution, and Brown, as he reclined on his couch / / from a drawing taken by our special artist.

Trial of Ossawattamie [sic] Brown View of the court-room during the trial, with accurate portraits of the presiding judge, the twelve ... men, the counsel for the prisoner and prosecution, and Brown, as he reclined on his couch / / from a drawing taken by our special artist.

The Trial of the Hon. Daniel E. Sickles for the murder of P. Barton Key, Esq., at Washington, D.C.

The Trial of the Hon. Daniel E. Sickles for the murder of P. Barton Key, Esq., at Washington, D.C.

The trial and sentence of Christ / by Wm. C. Robertson, 59 Cedar St., NY.

The trial and sentence of Christ / by Wm. C. Robertson, 59 Cedar St., NY.

Scene at the U.S. District Court, Richmond, Va., Monday, May 13th - Mr. Jefferson Davis brought before the court by Gen. Burton, on a writ of habeas corpus / from a sketch by our special artist.

Scene at the U.S. District Court, Richmond, Va., Monday, May 13th - Mr. Jefferson Davis brought before the court by Gen. Burton, on a writ of habeas corpus / from a sketch by our special artist.

The Surratt jury / Johnson, photographer.

The Surratt jury / Johnson, photographer.

First day of the McFarland trial - scene in the courtroom

First day of the McFarland trial - scene in the courtroom

Celebrities of the great trial "Theodore Tilton vs. Henry Ward Beecher." The verbatim report / Ed. W. Welcke & Bro. photo. lithographers, N.Y.

Celebrities of the great trial "Theodore Tilton vs. Henry Ward Beecher." The verbatim report / Ed. W. Welcke & Bro. photo. lithographers, N.Y.

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 16, 1877

Letter from Gardiner Greene Hubbard to Alexander Graham Bell, February 16, 1877

Article, October 25, 1879

Article, October 25, 1879

The Borden murder trial--A scene in the court-room before the acquittal - Lizzie Borden, the accused, and her counsel, Ex-Governor Robinson / drawn on the spot by B. West Clinedinst.

The Borden murder trial--A scene in the court-room before the acquittal - Lizzie Borden, the accused, and her counsel, Ex-Governor Robinson / drawn on the spot by B. West Clinedinst.

[Gaston Means in court]

[Gaston Means in court]

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, March 21, 1912

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, March 21, 1912

Letter from Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie to Alexander Graham Bell, April 6, 1912

Letter from Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie to Alexander Graham Bell, April 6, 1912

Letter from J. A. D. McCurdy to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 12, 1912

Letter from J. A. D. McCurdy to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 12, 1912

Letter to E. A. Selfridge, April 6, 1912

Letter to E. A. Selfridge, April 6, 1912

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 15, 1912

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 15, 1912

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, October 5, 1912

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, October 5, 1912

Letter to Glenn H. Curtiss, March 22, 1912

Letter to Glenn H. Curtiss, March 22, 1912

Letter from E.A. Selfridge to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 17, 1912

Letter from E.A. Selfridge to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, April 17, 1912

Roosevelt facing his jury first actual photographs of Col. Roosevelt in court / / photograph by Underwood & Underwood.

Roosevelt facing his jury first actual photographs of Col. Roosevelt in court / / photograph by Underwood & Underwood.

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 29, 1913

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 29, 1913

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, November 10, 1913

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, November 10, 1913

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, July 17, 1914

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, July 17, 1914

The defense

The defense

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, March 14, 1914

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, March 14, 1914

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 10, 1914

Letter from Glenn H. Curtiss to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 10, 1914

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 15, 1914

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 15, 1914

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, January 26, 1914

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, January 26, 1914

Letter from S. T. Cameron, December 12, 1914

Letter from S. T. Cameron, December 12, 1914

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 28, 1914

Letter from George F. Myers to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, December 28, 1914

Letter from G. R. Hall to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, November 17, 1914

Letter from G. R. Hall to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, November 17, 1914

Letter to George F. Myers, December 11, 1914

Letter to George F. Myers, December 11, 1914

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, January 29, 1914

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, January 29, 1914

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, February 24, 1914

Letter from John Smallwood to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, February 24, 1914

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, February 12, 1914

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, February 12, 1914

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, May 14, 1915

Letter to Alexander Graham Bell, May 14, 1915

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, May 8, 1915

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, May 8, 1915

Letter from Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie to Alexander Graham Bell, December 21, 1915

Letter from Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie to Alexander Graham Bell, December 21, 1915

Letter to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 11, 1915

Letter to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 11, 1915

Roosevelt takes stand at Barnes-Roosevelt trial. April 20 Colonel Roosevelt on the stand.

Roosevelt takes stand at Barnes-Roosevelt trial. April 20 Colonel Roosevelt on the stand.

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 6, 1915

Telegram from Alexander Graham Bell to Mauro, Cameron, Lewis & Massie, October 6, 1915

Letter from George F. Myers to Mr. Kerkam, March 18, 1915

Letter from George F. Myers to Mr. Kerkam, March 18, 1915

Deposition by Alexander Graham Bell, January 15, 1915

Deposition by Alexander Graham Bell, January 15, 1915

[Hans Schwartz, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with two detectives on way to court, New Jersey]

[Hans Schwartz, three-quarter length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with two detectives on way to court, New Jersey]

Socialist group, White House

Socialist group, White House

Socialist group, White House

Socialist group, White House

Geo. E. Roewer Jr. & Seymour Stedman

Geo. E. Roewer Jr. & Seymour Stedman

Committee on Elections of the Senate engaged in the counting of the Ford-Newberry vote. Tellers in the foreground of the picture are Senators Walter E. Edge of N.J. and Selden P. Spencer of Mo.

Committee on Elections of the Senate engaged in the counting of the Ford-Newberry vote. Tellers in the foreground of the picture are Senators Walter E. Edge of N.J. and Selden P. Spencer of Mo.

The Senate committee investigating the charges against Senator B.K. Wheeler, ... Left to right: Senators Wm. E. Borah of Idaho chairman, C.A. Swanson of Va., T.H. Caraway of Ark., C.L. McNary of Ore., Thos. Sterling, of S.D.

The Senate committee investigating the charges against Senator B.K. Wheeler, ... Left to right: Senators Wm. E. Borah of Idaho chairman, C.A. Swanson of Va., T.H. Caraway of Ark., C.L. McNary of Ore., Thos. Sterling, of S.D.

Snapped during the Col. Mitchell court martial proceedings today - Col. Sherman Moreland, judge advocate, and Lt. Col. Joseph I. McMullen, ass't. judge advocate

Snapped during the Col. Mitchell court martial proceedings today - Col. Sherman Moreland, judge advocate, and Lt. Col. Joseph I. McMullen, ass't. judge advocate

Mrs. William [Caroline Stoddard] Mitchell (on the left), Mr. Sidney Miller, father of Mrs. Mitchell, and Mrs. Arthur Young, sister of Col. Mitchell, snapped after leaving the Emory bldg. where they attended the Mitchell court martial proceedings today

Mrs. William [Caroline Stoddard] Mitchell (on the left), Mr. Sidney Miller, father of Mrs. Mitchell, and Mrs. Arthur Young, sister of Col. Mitchell, snapped after leaving the Emory bldg. where they attended the Mitchell court martial proceedings today

Mitchell, his wife, and aides being photographed before going into the Morrow Aviation Board, Sept. 29, 1925

Mitchell, his wife, and aides being photographed before going into the Morrow Aviation Board, Sept. 29, 1925

After Lindbergh told story to Bronx grand jury / World-Telegram staff photo.

After Lindbergh told story to Bronx grand jury / World-Telegram staff photo.

Anne and Charles Lindbergh on the witness stand / World-Telegram staff photo.

Anne and Charles Lindbergh on the witness stand / World-Telegram staff photo.

This picture, made just before court opened today, shows how the room looks to Justice Thomas W. Trenchard. Identified are: Charles A. Lindbergh (A), Colonel H. Norman Schwarzkopf (B), Edward J. Reilly (C) in friendly conversation with Attorney General David T. Wilentz (D), Egbert Rosecrans (E), Floyd Fisher (F) and Bruno Richard Hauptmann (G) / World-Telegram staff photo.

This picture, made just before court opened today, shows how the room looks to Justice Thomas W. Trenchard.  Identified are: Charles A. Lindbergh (A), Colonel H. Norman Schwarzkopf (B), Edward J. Reilly (C) in friendly conversation with Attorney General David T. Wilentz (D), Egbert Rosecrans (E), Floyd Fisher (F) and Bruno Richard Hauptmann (G) / World-Telegram staff photo.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing hat] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, wearing hat] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, center, handcuffed to J. Edgar Hoover, on the left, with another man on the right, at entrance to courthouse] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, center, handcuffed to J. Edgar Hoover, on the left, with another man on the right, at entrance to courthouse] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis Capone, facing camera, and Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss listening to a lawyer, during their trial] / World Telegram photo by Al Ravenna.

[Louis Capone, facing camera, and Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss listening to a lawyer, during their trial] / World Telegram photo by Al Ravenna.

[Louis Capone, half-length portrait, seated, not shown is Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss seated on the right] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis Capone, half-length portrait, seated, not shown is Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss seated on the right] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, facing front, seated with Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss and Phillip "Little Farvel" Cohen who shield their faces, and Louis Capone, in a Kings County Courtroom during jury selection] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, facing front, seated with Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss and Phillip "Little Farvel" Cohen who shield their faces, and Louis Capone, in a Kings County Courtroom during jury selection] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis Capone, left, and Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss holding a copy of the New York Times, three-quarter length portrait, seated] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis Capone, left, and Emanuel "Mendy" Weiss holding a copy of the New York Times, three-quarter length portrait, seated] / World Telegram photo by Al Aumuller.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, standing in court during sentencing] / World Telegram photo by Edward Lynch.

[Louis "Lepke" Buchalter, standing in court during sentencing] / World Telegram photo by Edward Lynch.

'J. Peters' faces committee / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

'J. Peters' faces committee / World Telegram & Sun photo by Al Ravenna.

[Robert Thompson and Benjamin Davis surrounded by pickets as they leave the Federal Courthouse in New York City] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C.M. Stieglitz.

[Robert Thompson and Benjamin Davis surrounded by pickets as they leave the Federal Courthouse in New York City] / World Telegram & Sun photo by C.M. Stieglitz.

[Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, separated by heavy wire screen as they leave U.S. Court House after being found guilty by jury] / World Telegram photo by Roger Higgins.

[Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, separated by heavy wire screen as they leave U.S. Court House after being found guilty by jury] / World Telegram photo by Roger Higgins.

[Defendants Scott Kern, Jon Lester, Jason Ladone, and Michael Pirone face African American man, possibly lawyer C. Vernon Mason or Alton Maddox, as Judge Thomas A. Demakos and medical examiner Dr. Gwen Harleman observe at Howard Beach manslaughter and assault trial]

[Defendants Scott Kern, Jon Lester, Jason Ladone, and Michael Pirone face African American man, possibly lawyer C. Vernon Mason or Alton Maddox, as Judge Thomas A. Demakos and medical examiner Dr. Gwen Harleman observe at Howard Beach manslaughter and assault trial]

Robert Chambers trial Attorney Jack Littman [sic].

Robert Chambers trial Attorney Jack Littman [sic].

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /

Report of the case of Edward Prigg against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term, 1842 : in which it was decided that all the laws of the several states relative to fugitive slaves are unconstitutional and void, and that Congress have the exclusive power of legislation on the subject of fugitive slaves escaping into other states /