The unconstitutionality of the prohibitory liquor law confirmed, by the opinions of Governor Seymour, James W. Gerard, Samuel Beardsley...Rufus Choate, and others; and the decision of the Supreme court, of the Second judicial district of the state of New York, and of the Hon. James M. Smith, jr., recorder of the city of New York.

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Creator:Metropolitan Society for the Protection of Private and Constitutional Rights, New York
Title:The unconstitutionality of the prohibitory liquor law confirmed, by the opinions of Governor Seymour, James W. Gerard, Samuel Beardsley...Rufus Choate, and others; and the decision of the Supreme court, of the Second judicial district of the state of New York, and of the Hon. James M. Smith, jr., recorder of the city of New York.
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ASERL, Intellectual Underpinnings of the Civil War

Types:Text
Subjects:Liquor laws--New York (State) | Prohibition--New York (State)
Collection:Auburn University Libraries' Civil War-Era Publications Collection
Institution:Auburn University Libraries
Contributors:Auburn University. Library
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The unconstitutionality of the prohibitory liquor law confirmed, by the opinions of Governor Seymour, James W. Gerard, Samuel Beardsley...Rufus Choate, and others; and the decision of the Supreme court, of the Second judicial district of the state of New York, and of the Hon. James M. Smith, jr., recorder of the city of New York., McIntire, 1855, Auburn University Libraries

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