Thompson, Charles L. (Charles Lawrence), 1875- / editor. : Rose's notes on the United States Supreme court reports (2 Dallas to 241 United States reports) : showing the present value as authority of all cases therein reported as disclosed by all subsequent citations in all the courts of last resort, both federal and state, and in the annotation in American decisions, American reports, American state reports, Annotated cases (American and English), Lawyers' reports annotated, English ruling cases, British ruling cases, Negligence and compensation cases annotated, with parallel references to the above-mentioned Annotated cases, the Lawyers' edition of the U.S. reports and the Reporter system / by Walter Malins Rose.
Thompson, Charles L. (Charles Lemuel), 1839-1924. : The world's edition of the great Presbyterian conflict : Patton vs. Swing : both sides of the question : with portraits of Profs. Patton and Swing, and containing a full outline of the circumstances which preceded the trial : pulpit sketches of Profs. Swing and Patton by Chas. L. Thompson : also, the fourteen famous sermons preached by Prof. Swing, "for utterances in which" the prosecution has based its charges of heterodoxy : the celebrated "charges and specifications" : Prof. Swing's declaration : Prof. Patton's famous argument : the answer to the same by Prof. Swing and his counsel : the closing argument by Prof. Patton, and the verdict of the Presbytery.
Thompson, Charles, Secretary of the Continental Congress. : An enquiry into the causes of the alienation of the Delaware and Shawanese Indians from the British interest, [electronic resource] : And into the Measures taken for recovering their Friendship. Extracted from the Public Treaties, and other Authentic Papers relating to the Transactions of the Government of Pensilvania and the said Indians, for near Forty Years; and explained by a map of the Country. Together with the remarkable Journal of Christian Frederic Post, by whose Negotiations, among the Indians on the Ohio, they were withdrawn from the Interest of the French, who thereupon abandoned the Fort and Country. With Notes by the Editor explaining sundry Indian Customs, &c. Written in Pensylvania.