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Briefs in Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana (Monroe Circuit Court) (11 Court Briefs, 1901-1909) by  Robert G Miller - Hardcover - 1910 - from Eureka Books (SKU: 274421)

Briefs in Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana (Monroe Circuit Court) (11 Court Briefs, 1901-1909)

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Briefs in Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana (Monroe Circuit Court) (11 Court Briefs, 1901-1909)

by Miller, Robert G

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Robert G. Miller, 1910. Hardcover. 11 Appellants briefs bound together, in the Appellate or Supreme Court of Indiana: Cause No. 4986: Thomas Huff, et al. vs James B. Clark (9 pages); Cause No. 5131: Pleasant Evans vs. State ex Rel Irene Freeman (10 pages) (2 copies); No. 6562: Harry A. Axtell vs. State of Indiana (25 pages); No. 6561: Harry A. Axtell vs. State of Indiana (16 pages); No. 20,564, Supreme Court of Indiana: American Express Company vs. State of Indiana (10 pages); No. 21,498, Supreme Court of Indiana: Harry A. Axtell v. State of Indiana (192 pages); No. 21638, In the Supreme Court: John Drewssel vs. State of Indiana (5 pages); Cause No. 21638: John Dressel vs. State of Indiana (32 pages); Dolly M. Barker, Administratrix of estate of Albert S. Barker vs The Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway Company (114 pages); No. 7637: Dolly M. Barker, Administratrix of estate of Albert S. Barker vs The Chicago, Indianapolis & Louisville Railway Company (29 pages) Very good copy in black cloth and quarter leather covers. Edge and corner wear. Hinges cracked but binding is tight. R. G. Miller in gilt on spine. Robert G. Miller, born 1871, in Indiana, received his law degree in 1893. He lived in Bloomington. From 1897-1901 he was deputy prosecuting attorney under James Zaring, and from 1901-1905 the prosecuting attorney of the Tenth Judicial Circuit. (from History of Lawrence and Monroe Counties, Indiana. 1914. B. F. Bowman & Co., pp. 570-573.).

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Bookseller
Eureka Books US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
274421
Title
Briefs in Appellate and Supreme Court of Indiana (Monroe Circuit Court) (11 Court Briefs, 1901-1909)
Author
Miller, Robert G
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used
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1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Robert G. Miller
Date Published
1910

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