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" Lemmon, of Virginia, went to New York with his slaves, intending to ship them to Texas, when they were discovered and freed. The Judge decided that they could not be held by the owner under the Fugitive Slave Law. A howl of rage went up from the South,... "
Portrait and Biographical Album of Green Lake, Marquette and Waushara ... - Page 99
1890 - 832 pages
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The Life, Speeches and Public Services of Gen. James A. Garfield of Ohio

Russell Herman Conwell - 1880 - 356 pages
...free by Judge Paine of the superior court of New York. Lemmon had been incautiously passing through New York with his slaves, intending to ship them to Texas, when they were discovered and freed by order of Judge Paine. The judge was of the opinion that the fugitive slave law did not hold these...
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From the Tow-path to the White House: The Early Life and Public Career of ...

James Sanks Brisbin - 1880 - 565 pages
...ordering the Lemmon slaves to be liberated. Henry L. Clinton was one of the counsel for the slaveholders. A howl of rage went up from the South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized the Attorney-General of that State to assist in taking an appeal. William M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur...
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The National Hand-book of American Progress: Comprising a Ready Reference ...

Erastus Otis Haven - United States - 1882 - 560 pages
...free by Judge Paine, of the Superior Court of New York. In 1852 Jonathan Lemmon, of Virginia, came to New York with his slaves, intending to ship them...South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized the Attorney-General of that State to assist in taking an appeal. William M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL ALBUM OF Sanilac County

1884
...declared free by Judge Paine, of the Superior Court of New York City. It was in 1852 that Jonathan Lemmon, of Virginia, went to New York with his slaves,...General of that State to assist in an appeal. Wm. M. Eyarts and Chester A. Arthur were employed to represent the People, and they won their case, which...
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PORTRAIT AND BIOGRAPHICAL

1884
...declared free by Judge Paine, of the Superior ^ Court of New York City. It was in 1852 that Jonathan Lemmon, of Virginia, went to New York with his slaves,...went up from the South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized^he Attorney General of that State to assist in an appeal. \ Wm. M. Evarts and Chester A....
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LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF HON. JAMES G. BLAINE

H.J. Ramsdell - 1884
...ordering the Lemmon slaves to be liberated. Henry L. Clinton was one of the counsel for the slaveholders. A howl of rage went up from the South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized the AttorneyGeneral of that State to assist in taking an appeal. William M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur...
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Portrait and Biographical Album of Benton County, Iowa: Containing ...

1887 - 406 pages
...brought to recover jwssession of eight slaves who had been declared free by Judge Paine, of the Superioi Court of New York City. It was in 1852 that Jon. athan...of that State to assist in an appeal. Wm. M. Evarts anu Chester A. Arthur were employed to represent the People, and they won their case, which then wen:...
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Life of Gen. Ben Harrison

Lew Wallace, George Alfred Townsend - Presidents - 1888 - 548 pages
...ordering the Lemmon slaves to be liberated. Henry L. Clinton was one of the counsel for the slaveholders. A howl of rage went up from the South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized the AttorneyGeneral of that State to assist in taking an appeal. William M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur...
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The Presidents of the United States from Washington to Cleveland: Comprising ...

John Frost, Harry Willard French - Presidents - 1888 - 547 pages
...whether the slave-law was in force in that State. Judge Paine ordered the eight slaves to be liberated. A howl of rage went up from the South, and the Virginia Legislature authorized the attorney-general to make an appeal. William M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur were employed to represent...
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PORTRAITS AND BIOGRAPHIES OF THE GOVERNORS OF MICHIGAN, AND OF THE ...

1889
...leaving two children. Gen. Arthur obtained considerable legal celebrity in his first great case, the famous Lemmon suit, brought to recover possession...authorized the Attorney General of that State to assist in #n appeal, Wm. M. Evarts and Chester A. Arthur were employed to represent the People, and they won...
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