Report of a Cause Tried in the District Court of Philadelphia, April 24, 1822: John Keen Vs. Philip Rice, Involving the Right of New Jersey to the Oyster-beds in Maurice River Cove
J. Clarke and Company, 1822 - Maurice River (N.J.) - 28 pages
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