Argument of Mr. C.H. Hill, Assistant Attorney-general: At the Trial of Hiram C. Whitley, Richard Harrignton, and Arthur B. Williams, for Conspiracy : in the Criminal Court of the District of Columbia, November 16, 1874
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1874 - Conspiracy - 67 pages
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