Eugene Casserly letter to B.R. Curtis : San Francisco : ALS, 1859 Apr. 19.

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Casserly, Eugene, 1820-1883. Eugene Casserly letter to B.R. Curtis : San Francisco : ALS, 1859 Apr. 19.

Eugene Casserly letter to B.R. Curtis : San Francisco : ALS, 1859 Apr. 19.

Concerning Judge Hoffman's opinion in a case relating to damages to the ship Star of Hope.

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Star of Hope (ship)

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Curtis, Benjamin Robbins, 1809-1874

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Curtis was a graduate of Harvard College (1829), attended Harvard Law School (1829-1830, 1832), was associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1851-1857) and acted as counsel to Andrew Johnson during his impeachment trial (1868). From the description of Legal opinions, ca. 1858-1868. (Harvard Law School Library). WorldCat record id: 234338978 Epithet: Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person :...

Casserly, Eugene, 1820-1883

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Eugene Casserly (November 13, 1820-June 14, 1883) was an Irish-American journalist and lawyer. He moved to San Francisco, Calif., in 1850 and published the Public Balance, the True Balance, and the Standard; elected State printer in 1851; retired from journalism and resumed the practice of law; elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate and served from March 4, 1869, to November 29, 1873. Solomon Heydenfeldt (1816-1890) was the first Jewish justice of the Supreme ...