Writing The Legal Record

Author: Kurt X. Metzmeier
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
ISBN: 0813168619
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Embodied in the stories of these early reporters are the rich history of the Commonwealth, the essence of its legal system, and the origins of a legal print culture in America.

Sociological Abstracts

Author: Leo P. Chall
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... 19th-century Hawaii, policy failure; 97 1 7458 cultural cognition/depth
psychology, psychoanalytic (Melford Spiro) vs cognitive ... reporter; 9715761
formal mental health services utilization, Asian American/Pacific Islander help-
seeking attitudes; cultural ... oral vs literate cultures, Hawaii; speech/ writing
samples; Samoan/Tongan/Chinese/ Japanese/ Korean students; ... 1976-1978
court records; Detroit, Michigan; 9701787 capital crime charge/death sentence,
murder trials, Kentucky; ...

The National Union Catalog Of Manuscript Collections

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In Cincinnati Historical Society collections (Ohio) Correspondence, legal records,
minutes, documents, account books, cashbooks, registers, ... of members of the
Colston family which migrated from Virginia in the early 19th century and settled
in Kentucky and Ohio. ... records, reports, lists, scrapbook of newspaper clippings
(1836-1930), photos, and other records of an organization ... Family
correspondence, including letters (1848-52) written by Drake to his daughter-in-
law, Margaret, ...

South Western Reporter Second Series

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... the African nations. A short history of US colonialism aince the end of the 19th
century is ... This proletariat has gained modern labor laws and shorter hours, but
payment of labor is still that of the colonial system. With little change in living ...

The Cleveland Law Reporter

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CLEVELAND LAW REPORTER __o_ runtisiiirn irvicnr SATURDAY BY J. G.
POIIEIIENE, EDITO R AND PROPBIETOR. ... Law instruction considered part
compensation. is amexpert type-writer operatorAddrcss W. J.,6, 180 W. 4th street,
Cincinnati. 0. ... 301 Record of Property Transfers, 301, 302, 303 Court of
Common Pleas, - - 303', 304 Editorial, - - - - - 304 AMERICAN ... Calvin G. Childs,
of Connecticut, read an essay on “Shifting Uses from the Standpoint of the
Nineteenth Century.

Uncommon Sense

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The noncirculating Library collection specializes in the history and culture of
Kentucky, the Ohio Valley, and the Upper South. ... settlement and captivity
narratives, and legal volumes, including the law library of Robert Wickliffe, one of
Kentucky's ... of the state's most extensive early nineteenth-century portrait
collections, as well as significant holdings of Kentucky coin ... Six William Clark
letters and one Meriwether Lewis letter written during the expedition are in our
manuscript holdings, ...

The Bill Of Rights And American Legal History Pre 1960 Developments In The Bill Of Rights Area 2 V

Author: Paul L. Murphy
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have recognized that the law already afforded many explicit protections against
other invasions of privacy.” This Note examines the extent to which nineteenth
century American courts and legislatures recognized privacy as an independent
interest. ... that was not property at all, was protected by limiting access to public
records and preventing unwanted publications. ... For examples of nonlegal
appearances of the phrase, see A. TAYLOR & B. WRITING, A DICTIONARY or

America History And Life

Author: Eric H. Boehm
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Early- 1 9th-century maps show the site location on a remnant of "Gordon's Lake,"
which may correspond to the colonial- era ... Margaret S. Ross (1922-2002),
historian, writer, and journalist, was interviewed in February and April of 2000 for
the Arkansas ... Whether stimulated by press reports of police brutality or by
rumors spread in the schoolyard, the Blue Man was a ... record of Adamstown. ...
Kentucky law mandated the whipping of petty larcenists for most of the 19th