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Author Hubbell, William Wheeler, 1821-1902.

Title Arguments of William W. Hubbell, Esq., of Philadelphia, on behalf of the defendants, before Hon. Samuel Nelson, in the case of Ross Winans vs. Orsamus Eaton et al., in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Northern District of New-York, against a motion for an injunction to restrain the defendants from contruction and vending the railroad cars, commonly known as the "eight-wheel railroad car," alleged to infringe Ross Winan's patent of Oct. 1, 1834 [electronic resource].

Published Albany : Weed, Parsons & Co., Printers, 1853.

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Physical description 200, 165 p. : ill.
Notes Reproduction of the original from the New York City Bar.
With: Argument of William Whiting, Esq., in the case of Ross Winas v. Orsamus Eaton et al., for an alleged infringement of his patent for the eight-wheel railroad car, before Hon. Samuel Nelson, justice of the United States Circuit Court for the Northern District of New York / phonographically reported by arthur cannon, of Philadelphia. Boston : J. M. Hewes & Co., Printers, 1853.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Gale, a part of Cengage Learning, 2007. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2007 miunns
Other author Winans, Ross, 1796-1877.
Eaton, Orsamus.
Subject Winans, Ross, 1796-1877 -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Eaton, Orsamus -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Railroads -- United States.
Patents -- United States.
Patent infringement -- United States.
Other title Argument of William Whiting, Esq., in the case of Ross Winas v. Orsamus Eaton et al., for an alleged infringement of his patent for the eight-wheel railroad car, before Hon. Samuel Nelson, justice of the United States Circuit Court for the Northern District of New York / phonographically reported by arthur cannon, of Philadelphia.