Reports of Cases Decided in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States Within the Southern District of Ohio ; Humphrey H. Leavitt, Judge, Volume 1

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Omits certain cases related to the Fugitive Slave Act and the Civil War. Cf. Preface.

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