Finkelman, Paul, Editor. Abolitionists in Northern Courts: The Pamphlet Literature. With a New Introduction by Paul Finkelman. New York & London: Garland Publishing, Inc., 1988. , 524 pp. Reprinted 2007, 2013 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. ISBN-13: 9781584777397; ISBN-10: 1584777397. Hardcover. New. $85. * 13 Pamphlets reprinted in fascimile, in 1 volume, with a New Introduction by Paul Finkelman: 1. Chief Justice Gray, ed. The case of Nathaniel Jennison for Attempting to Hold a Negro as a Slave in Massachusetts in 1781. From the Minutes of Chief Justice Cushing With References to Contemporaneous Records Communicated to the Massachusetts Historical Society. Boston, 1874. 10 pp. 2. Robert Smith, ed. Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey Relative to the Manumission of Negroes. Camden, 1843. 34 pp. 3. Isaac Neale, ed. Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of New Jersey Relative to the Manumission of Negroes. Burlington, 1794. 32 pp. 4. Andrew Thompson Judson. Andrew T. Judson's Remarks to the Jury, on the Trial of the Case, State v. P. Crandall, Superior Court, October Term, 1833, Windham County Conn. 32 pp. 5. Crandall vs. the State of Connecticut. Report of the Trial of Miss Prudence Crandall Before the County Court for Windham County, August Term, 1833, on Information Charging Her with Teaching Colored Persons not Inhabitants of this State. Brooklyn, 1833. 22 pp. 6. A Statement of Facts, Respecting the School for Colored Females, in Canterbury, Connecticut Together with a Report of the Late Trial of Miss Prudence Crandall. Brooklyn, 1833. 16 pp. 7. Samuel Joseph May. The Right of Colored People to Education, Vindicated. Letters to Andrew T. Judson, Esq., and Others in Canter Bury, Remonstrating with Them on Their Unjust and Unjustifiable Procedure Relative to Miss Crandall and Her School for Colored Females. Brooklyn, 1833. 24 pp. 8. Report of the Arguments of Counsel, in the Case of Prudence Crandall, Plff. in Error vs. State of Connecticut, Before the Supreme Court of Errors, at Their Session, at Brooklyn, July Term, 1834. By a Member of the Bar. Boston, 1834. 34 pp. 9.George Storrs. Mob, Under Pretence of Law, or the Arrest and Trial of Rev. George Storrs at Northfield, N.H., with the Circumstances Connected with That Affair and Remarks Thereon. Concord, 1835. 24 pp. Please contact us for a complete lis.
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