Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge.Records, 1828

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Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge. Records, 1828

Charles River Bridge v. Warren Bridge.Records, 1828

Recordsof the trial between the proprietors of the Charles River Bridge andthe proprietors of the Warren Bridge, heard before the MassachusettsSupreme Judicial Court, 1828. In this famous case, the plaintiffclaimed that the Warren Bridge charter impaired the obligation of thestate’s earlier contract, and was therefore unconstitutional.

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