[Sharon v. Terry and Newlands v. Terry. Bills of revivor, arguments, and opinions]. 1888.
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Francis Griffith Newlands was born on August 28, 1848, in Natchez, Mississippi. He attended Yale College from 1867-1869, and graduated from Columbian College (George Washington University) in 1869. He received an honorary degree (M.A.) in 1901. He moved to San Francisco and practiced law in California (1870-1888). Newlands moved to Nevada in 1888 and won election to the House of Representatives (1893-1903). He subsequently served Nevada as U.S. Senator (1903-1917). Newlands died on December 24, ...
Typewritten court documents regarding the case of R.B. Woodward, et al, vs. Mary C. Raum. Includes statement of motion for a new trial, dated 1891. Case involves a dispute over property in San Francisco. Volume 1 is pages 1-650; Volume 2 is pages 651-1357. From the description of R.B. Woodward, et al, vs. Mary C. Raum. Statement of motion for a new trial, 1891. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 25928787 ...
David Smith Terry was a lawyer, politician, and California Supreme Court justice. Born in Kentucky, he lived in Texas during the Revolution and joined the Texas Rangers during the Mexican War. After settling in California, he was elected a judge of the Supreme Court in 1855. Political rivalry with David C. Broderick, culminated in the famous Terry-Broderick duel in 1859, in which Broderick was killed. Terry joined the Confederate army during the Civil War and returned to California afterwards to...