[Litchfield, Connecticut] [Unknown student] [not before 1800?]
1 volume ; 34 cm
Lecture notes from classes of Tapping Reeve and James Gould at the Litchfield Law School, early 19th century, taken by an unidentified student. Notebook later used as a scrapbook and penmanship book, with reference to a Charlotte Elisabeth Averill Everett, and Keeneville, Essex Co. New York and Plattsburg, New York. Notebook includes ephemera, clippings, and a certificate from the State of New York, Department of Public Instruction, for Miss Bernice Niles, Feb. 15, 1898. Title devised by cataloger. Topics covered include action of accounts, colloquium, and courts of chancery.
Manuscript notes of lectures by Tapping Reeve and James Gould, at the Litchfield Law School, taken in the early 1800s, by an unknown student.
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