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Livingston, Judicial Opinions, 1802
Judicial opinions delivered in the Mayor’s Court of the City of New-York in the year 1802: n.a., (5)+8-105p, NY, D. Longworth, 1803. (An index
follows the title page. An historically interesting version of early court rules starts on p. 83. Although nothing within the text supports the claim, Price
and Bitner attributes this anonymous work to “Livingston.” This could be Henry Brockholst Livingston, an American Revolutionary War officer who
practiced law in New York City from 1783 to 1802, served as a justice of the Supreme Court of New York from 1802-07, and then on the U.S. Supreme Court
from 1807 until his death in 1823. Whoever the author was, he was certainly more wry than the usual court reporter, gracing his title page with a legend
lifted from Virgil: “Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit.”)
Title:   Judicial opinions : delivered in the Mayor's Court of the city of New York, in the year 1802.
OCLC Number:   425975286
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