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Author Biddle, J. Williams (Jonathan Williams), 1821-1856, author.

Title Speeches of defendants' counsel and the charge of Judge Burnside in the case of Hinchman vs. Richie and others / [J. Williams Biddle, Charles Gibbons, and Henry J. Williams, defendant's counsel] ; reported by Oliver Dyer and Dennis F. Murphy.

Published Philadelphia : T.K. and P.G. Collins, Printers, 1849.
[Buffalo, New York] : William S. Hein & Co., [2007]

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 UniM INTERNET resource    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 online resource (176 pages).
Series HeinOnline world trials.
World trials library.
Notes Appendix: "An account of the asylum for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason." (p.[167]-174), by Charles Evans.
Summary Action charging the defendants with malicious conspiracy to confine the plaintiff in an insane asylum in order to compel him to assign his property to wife and children or to some one or more of the defendants, tried in the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, March 9-April 7, 1849.
Notes Description based on PDF title page, viewed March 19, 2008.
Other author Hinchman, Morgan, plaintiff.
Richie, Samuel S., defendant.
Burnside, Thomas, 1782-1851.
Dyer, Oliver, 1824-1907, reporter.
Gibbons, Charles, 1814-1885.
Murphy, Dennis F., reporter.
Williams, Henry Jonathan, 1791-1879.
Evans, Charles, 1802-1879. Account of the asylum for the relief of persons deprived of the use of their reason.
Pennsylvania. Supreme Court.
Subject Hinchman, Morgan. -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Richie, Samuel S. -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Asylum for the Relief of Persons Deprived of the Use of Their Reason.
Insanity (Law) -- Pennsylvania -- Cases.
Mentally ill -- Commitment and detention -- Pennsylvania.
Electronic books.
Variant Title Hinchman vs. Richie et al.