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An Account of the Life and Character of Christopher Ludwick, Late Citizen of Philadelphia, and Baker-General of the Army of the United States During the Revolutionary War. Benjamin Rush, M.D., first published in the year 1801, revised and republished by direction of the Philadelphia Society for the Establishment and Support of Charity Schools, to which is added An Account of the Origin, Progress, and Present Condition of That Institution. Philadelphia: printed for the Society by Garden and Thompson, 1831 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 61
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – CT275.L835R7
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English

Appeals at Law. [South Carolina] Court of Errors. Hiller v. English [1848]
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Note in pencil to the Appendix: "Whether the court can sit on Sunday"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 514-544
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. This is an excerpt from a chapter of an unidentified source. Author not given. Includes extensive quotes from Chief Justice Lord Mansfield's decision in Swann v. Broome, 1597; the dissenting opinion in the present case by Judge John Belton O'Neall arguing that the Court should not sit on Sunday; and the first ten pages of the index.

Art. V. -- A Sketch of the Geology of the State of Mississippi, by Oscar Montgomery Lieber, late [in the sense of former] Geologist to the State of Mississippi
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – Geological Map of Mississippi by O. M. Lieber
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – Several stylistic corrections written in by the author
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 41-47
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. This is an excerpt from an unidentified source. The author, Oscar Lieber, was Francis Lieber's eldest son, killed in the battle of Williamsburg in 1862 fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War

Art. V. -- Some Remarks on the Metalliferous Veins of the South. Oscar M. Lieber, Assistant Geologist to the State of Alabama
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 307-312
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. This is an excerpt from an unidentified source. The author, Oscar Lieber, was Francis Lieber's eldest son, killed in the battle of Williamsburg in 1862 fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War

A Brief Enquiry into the True Nature and Character of Our Federal Government: Being a Review of Judge Story's Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States. By a Virginian. Petersburg, VA: Printed by Edmund and Julian C. Ruffin, 1840 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    On inside front cover: "The author of this pamphlet is Hon. Abel Upshar, Secretary of Navy in President Van Buren's Cabinet. A second edition was published with the author's name, but not otherwise altered I believe"

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing, brittleness, slightly frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 132
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JK211.S8U6 1840
  • OCLC Number – 853825
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 43 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English

Constitutional Uses of the Military Forces of the United States. Undated pamphlet check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    In pencil on the front cover: "by G.N.L., used at West Point"

  • Physical Condition – Poor, brittle, yellowed, frayed edges
  • Numbered Pages – 8
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in WorldCat
  • Notes

    In English. Pamphlet loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 1 in this collection, in the book, "The Use of the Army in Aid of the Civil Power, by G. Norman Lieber, 1898"

A Discourse Upon the Life, Character, and Services of the Honorable John Marshall, LL.D., Chief Justice of the United States of America, pronounced on the fifteenth day of October, at the request of the Suffolk Bar. Joseph Story, Boston, J. Munroe and Company, 1835
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 74
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E302.6.M4S84 1835
  • OCLC Number – 2358554
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 77 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

The Dividing Line Between Federal and Local Authority. Popular Sovereignty in the Territories. By Stephen A. Douglas. Harper's New Monthly Magazine, Vol. 19, No. 112, September 1859, p.519-537 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    "From Harper's Monthly," written in ink at the top of the first page

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, some yellowing, brittleness, frayed edges. Some pages have torn loose from the binding and been repaired with tape
  • Numbered Pages – 519-537
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – AP2.H3 (for bound issues of the periodical); Microfilm 03395
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – The Library of Congress American Memory provides an optically scanned full text of the original journal article:

    <http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpcoop/moahtml/title/lists/harp_V19I112.html>

  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty."

Franz Lieber [Franz is the German form of the name, Francis]. Reprint of an article from Preussische Jahrbucher [Prussian Yearbooks], by H. Holst, Vol. 51, No. 4, 1883, p.333-368. Reprinted in "The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber," edited by Thomas Sergeant Perry, Boston, 1882; and in "The Miscellaneous Writings of Francis Lieber," edited by Daniel C. Gilman, 2 volumes, Philadelphia, 1881. It is not clear how the reprint appears in two other publications published before the original check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, blank cover sheet is torn offf and crumbling,
    pages are yellowed, brittle, frayed, and coming apart at the binding
  • Numbered Pages – 333-368
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – Prussische Jahrbucher is on microfilm only, Microfilm
    38041; E415.9.L7L7 (for The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber); JC212.L7
    (for The Miscellaneous Writings of Francis Lieber)
  • OCLC Number – 1586811 (for Preussische Jahrbucher); 2800875 (for The
    Life and Letters of Francis Lieber); 7082028 (for The Miscellaneous Writings
    of Francis Lieber)
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists Preussischer Jahrbucher in 57
    libraries in the United States and one each in six other countries in the
    world; The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber, in 108 libraries in the United
    States, one in Germany, and one in Puerto Rico; The Miscellaneous
    Writings of Francis Lieber, in 85 libraries in the United States and one each
    in six other countries in the world
  • Notes

    In German

Full text of the note: "This is a choice volume and by no means to be disposed of as mere old pamphlets by my heirs. J.W. Otis Esq, son of Harrison Gray Otis, sent me the Hartford Convention portion, through his son Frank, to the college. N.Y. Sept 1864. F.L."
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair, some yellowing brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Handwritten note on half a page of ruled notebook paper loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 10 in this collection, in the book, "A Short Account of the Hartford Convention, 1823"

General Orders No. 36. War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, May 14, 1874. Reverdy Johnson, Assistant Attorney General. By order of the Secretary of War: E.D. Townsend, Adjutant General. [Opinion of Reverdy Johnson that acts passed by Congress to regulate telegraph lines, provide government aid in their construction, and give the government the right to use them, are constitutional] check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Poor, yellowed, brittle, frayed, torn
  • Numbered Pages – 5
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. General Orders loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 13 in this collection, in the book, "The Constitution of the United States Defined and Carefully Annotated, by George W. Paschal, 1868"

General Orders No. 72. Headquarters of the Army, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, October 2, 1878. By command of General Sherman: E.D. Townsend, Adjutant General. [Computation of wages earned] check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    The initials "J.S.P." are written in pencil on the bottom of the page

  • Physical Condition – Good but creased and some yellowing
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. One-page general orders loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 6 in this collection, in "A Digest of the Decisions in the Office of the Second Comptroller of the Treasury, compiled under the direction of the comptroller, by John W. Butterfield, 3rd edition"

Judge Harper’s Speech, before the Charleston State Rights and Free Trade Association, at their regular meeting, April 1, 1832, explaining and enforcing the Remedy of Nullification. Political Tract No.10, May 1832. Charleston: State Rights and Free Trade Association, 1832
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    There are two loose-leaf pages inserted inside the front cover. One, written in pencil, is the contents of the entire book slipcase. The other, written in ink, contains notes with a date, December 3, 1829, but it is not clear what they refer to

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 12
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – E384.3.H29
  • OCLC Number – 5657042
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Letter of transmittal from Gustave Rolin-Jaequemyns, Secretary General of the Institut de Droit Internationale in Ghent, to G. Norman Lieber, dated July 23, 1874, on the proposals of Russia to the Brussels Conference of 1874, "Projet d'une Convention Internationale Concernant les Lois et Coutumes de la Guerre. Principes Generaux [Project of an International Convention Concerning the Laws and Customs of War]"
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, all items yellowed, brittle, torn, crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – Not listed in the Library of Congress, Antiqbook or WorldCat
  • Notes

    Three items loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Letter of transmittal in French. Proposals from Russia in French. Newspaper clipping from the London Times, dated August 23, 1874, on the Brussels Peace Conference, in English

The Life, Character, and Writings of Francis Lieber. A discourse delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, January 13, 1873, by Hon. M. Russell Thayer, Associate Judge of the District Court for the city and county of Philadelphia. Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1873 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, front and back covers torn loose, pages
    brittle and crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 50
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – 3276738
  • OCLC Number – E415.9.L7T3
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 42 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Pamphlet in a manila envelope in an unnumbered file box in this collection. One of three copies in this collection

N.Y. Court of Appeals. Report of the Lemmon Slave Case Containing Points and Arguments of Counsel on Both Sides, and Opinions of All the Judges. New York: Horace Greeley & Co., 1860 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 146
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – KF4545.S5N49 1860 Law Library Trials
  • OCLC Number – 3789029
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with the Dred Scott vs. John F. Sandford, The Echo Cases reports, and The United States vs. William C. Corrie opinion in a volume with the spine title, "Dred Scott, Echo, Lemmon, Corrie."

Observations on Senator [Stephen A.] Douglas's Views of Popular Sovereignty, as expressed in Harper's Magazine, for September, 1859. Washington, D.C.: Thomas McGill, Printer, 1859 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, yellowed, brittle, creased
  • Numbered Pages – 16
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – JK318.D75B5 1859
  • OCLC Number – 1571713
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 39 libraries throughout the United States
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with other pamphlets and clippings in a volume with the spine title, "Douglas & Black on Popular Sovereignty." The author chose to be anonymous but was known at the time, and subsequently acknowledged by himself, to be Attorney General Jeremiah S. Black

On the Political and Social Effects of Different Methods of Electing Representatives, read March 10, 1869. H.R. Droop, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, of Lincoln's Inn, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Papers Read Before the Juridical Society, Vol. III, Part XII, March 1869, London check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Loose handwritten page, not clear by whom: "Personally concerned, I am willing to wait, but I doubt if I am just or confidente with regard to Motley in withholding the mind-cast of him which is found in the statement of facts within my own knowledge. He has been treated by Grant & Fils nastily as an Englishman would say. There is nothing like it in our history. Wool weavers of the bhromides of the middle ages. Co-operation - yes but not excluding competition, not by government. Men are not silkworms. They have no competition, for they follow their brutal instincts."

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – On front cover: "Return" "48 East 34th"
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, pages are brittle but intact, cover is brittle
    and tornair, white canvas yellowed
  • Numbered Pages – 469-507
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – LAW <Societies "Juridical Society, London.">
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – On Methods of Electing Representatives, by the same author, London: Macmillan and Co., 1868, 32p. Library of Congress Call Number JF1063.G8D8
  • Notes

    In English

Opinion of the Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the Cases of Smith vs. Turner and Norris vs. the City of Boston. Washington, D.C., Office of the Printer to the Senate, 1849.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    "Francis Lieber from Senator A.P. Butler Columbia S.C. June 1849."

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    Hand written notes on title page read: "This volume is of peculiar interest and inspiration(?) to the foreigner to see the operat? of three elemental principles in our polity? : 1. Principle of what I have called consursive? government, 2. American federal principle ? like sovereignty, 3. The alimportant principle of self-evolving law in ? and U.S."

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair. Poor quality title page with hand written notes.
    Brown paper.
  • Numbered Pages – 181
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – 1186294
  • OCLC Number – KF406 .U56 1849 LL TRIALS
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Book spine says "U.S. Supreme Court Opinions Smith v. Turner Norris v. City of Boston 1848." Handwritten inscription to Lieber and notes on title page by Lieber.

Pay Department. Colonel Benjamin Alvord, Paymaster-General. Paymaster-General's Office, Washington, D.C., April 19, 1873. Circular No. 98. Pay Department Appropriations 1874. Army and Navy Journal, May 10, 1873 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    Not clear by whom: "See page 346"

  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, a newspaper clipping cut in two pieces,
    some yellowing and brittleness, slightly torn
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Newspaper clipping loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 6 in this collection, in the book, "A Digest of the Decisions in the Office of the Second Comptroller of the Treasury, compiled under the direction of the comptroller, by John W. Butterfield, 3rd edition, 1869"

Prison Discipline. The Auburn and Pennsylvania Systems Compared. From the New York Review for January, 1840. New York: Published by Alexander V. Blake, 1839
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 20
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – 3752822
  • Other copies reported – University of California, Berkeley; New York Public
    Library; University of Rochester, NY; Haverford College, PA; University of
    Oxford, England
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. The Francis Lieber Inventory attributes this book to Francis Lieber though the author is not given in the book itself

Proposed Changes in International Law. Review by R.H. Dana, Jr., of a tract in French, by Carlos Calvo, "Examen des Trois Regles de Droit International Proposees dans le Traite de Washington [Survey of the Three Rules of International Law Set Forth in the Treaty of Washington (1871]." The Nation, March 11, 1875, p.167-169 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Fair/poor, folded, torn, frayed edges, some yellowing
    and brittleness
  • Numbered Pages – 167-169
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – AP2.N2 (for bound issues of the periodical); 03323 (for microfilm)
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Periodical clipping loose in a manila envelope in Box 14 in this collection. Originally found in Box 6 in this collection, in the book, "Das Moderne Volkerrecht der Civilisirten Staten als Rechtsbuch Dargestellt by J.C. Bluntschli, Second edition, 1872"

Quarries and Clays. The Talladega Marble Quarries
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – Earth Mining Magazine printed under the title, is crossed out and "From the Talladega Democratic Watchtower" is handwritten in
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 362-364
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. This is an excerpt from an unidentified source. The author, Oscar Lieber, was Francis Lieber's eldest son, killed in the battle of Williamsburg in 1862 fighting for the Confederacy in the Civil War

Remarks on the Study of the Civil Law. From the American Jurist, No. III, July 1829. Boston: Freeman & Bolles, 1829
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 4-29
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – 2907706
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 8 libraries throughout the
    United States
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine. Author not given but attributed to John Pickering by the Massachusetts Historical Society

Remarks on the Study of the Civil Law. From the American Jurist, No. III., July, 1829. Boston: Freeman & Bolles, 1829. By John Pickering. The Origin, History, and Influence of Roman Legislation. By Hugh Sydney Legare.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others

    On title page of "Remarks." Inscription to Mr. Niebuhr from John Pickering "To M. Niebuhr, Privy Counsellor of His Prussian Majesty . . . from his most obedient & humble servant The Author"

  • Physical Condition – Fair. Yellowing on Pickering book.
  • Numbered Pages – 93
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – Pickering (The call number for American Jurist journal) K1 .M4464
  • OCLC Number – 3458200 (Legare)
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    Two works, both in English, in one binding. Spine says "Pickering & Legare." Blank, folded lined paper added at end of second book.

Report of a Committee Appointed by the Massachusetts Historical Society on Exchanges of Prisoners During the American Revolutionary War. December 19, 1861. Boston: John Wilson and Son, 1861 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages

    Bound with a 13-page printed letter to Senator Ira Harris by Charles P. Daly titled "Are the Southern Privateersmen Pirates?" New York: James B. Kirker,1862. Also, many pages of blank, lined pages inserted at end of book.

  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good. Some water damage.
  • Numbered Pages – 26-page report and 13-page letter
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – E281 .M41
  • OCLC Number – 850450, 3836337 (Letter form Daly to Senator Harris)
  • Other copies reported – JX5241 .D3 (Letter from Daly to Senator Harris)
  • Notes

    In English. Committee report, letter, and blank, lined pages. Report and letter found seperately in LOC and OCLC. Spine label says "Prisoners of War."

The Service of Francis Lieber to Political Science and International Law. By Professor J.C. Bluntschli. The International Review, New York: A.S. Barnes & Co., Vol. VIII, No. 1, January 1880, p.50-55
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, cover of periodical is torn loose from staples and crumbles in the hand, pages yellowed, brittle, stuck to each other on top, edges frayed
  • Numbered Pages – 50-55
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – AP2.I78; Microfilm 05422 no.152-154 AP
  • OCLC Number – 1753686
  • Other copies reported – WorldCat lists this in 161 libraries in the United States and four in Canada. Also vailable on microfilm from University
    microfilms (American Periodical Series: 1850-1900), Ann Arbor, Michigan
  • Notes

    In English. Article in a periodical. The periodical is in a manila envelope in an unnumbered file box in this collection.

Taxes! Taxes! Taxes! Or tables, showing the form and amount of the tribute money, levied by the federal government; on agriculture and commerce, to be transferred into the pockets of the manufacturers and sugar planters. Political Tract No.4, November 1831. Charleston: State Rights and Free Trade Association, 1831
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor, binding broken, pages brittle, torn,
    crumbling
  • Numbered Pages – 24
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – University of Kentucky Library. Louisiana State
    University. Duke University Library. College of Charleston. Wisconsin
    Historical Society
  • Notes

    In English. Included in book slipcase labeled "Pamphlets Vol. II" on spine

Unbound book of pamphlets concerning secession in the United States including: pages 439-756 from a publication featuring reviews of books (Count de Gasparin pages 439-462 pages missing, The Free Trade Policy of Great Britain, pages 463-472, The Southern Apology for Secession, pages 731-756). The Right of Secession, The Rebellion: Its Causes and True Significance. In Letters to a Friend Abroad, by Henry T. Tuckerman (1861), pages 1-48. Proceedings of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, Mass., on its CCXXIV. Anniversary, June 2, 1862, by Rev Francis Vinton (1862) pages 1-68. The Constitution Not a Compact Between Sovereign States: A Speech by the Hon. Daniel Webster, in the Senate of the United States, Jan., 1833, in Reply to the Resolutins Offerred by Mr. Calhoun, of South Carolina, Affirming the Right of Secession, (1861) pages 1-44. An Oration Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1862, Before the Municipal Authorities of the City of Boston, by George Ticknor Curtis (1862) pages 1-46. Speeches of Mr. Webster at Capon Springs, Virginia; Together with Those of Sir H.L. Bulwer & Wm. L. Clarke, Esq., June 28, 1851, pages 1-18, with inscription from "Dr. Francis Lieber, with kind regards of Edward Everett." Secession: A Folly and a Crime. (1861) pages 1-29 with inscription "F Lieber LLD. from J.R. Ingerson." What are the Conditions of a Candid and Lasting Reconcilitation Between the Two Sections of the Country? (1861) pages 1-69. Speech by Hon. Elisha R. Potter, of South Kingstown, Upon the Resolution in Support of the Nation, with an Additional Note (1861) pages 1-15. The Fallacy of Neutrality. An Address by the Hon. Joseph Holt, to the People of Kentucky, Delivered at Louisville, July 13th, 1861; Also His Letter to J.F. Speed, Esq. (1861) pages 1-31. The Crisis: Its Rationale, by Thomas Sizer (1862) pages 1-100 with note on cover that reads "Dr Francis Lieber, Columbia College, N.Y." The Causes of the American Civil War, by John Lathrop Motley (1861) pages 1-24. State Sovereignty, Rebellion Against the United States by the Poeple of a State Is Its Political Suicide, by James A. Hamilton (1862) pages 1-32. An Oration by Edward Everett (1861) pages 1-48. The Contest in America by John Stewart Mill (1862) pages 1-32. Discours Prononces Au Dejeuner De L'Union Americaine (1861) in French and English.
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber

    Secession: A Folly and a Crime. (1861) pages 1-29 with inscription "F Lieber LLD. from J.R. Ingerson." Speeches of Mr. Webster at Capon Springs, Virginia; Together with Those of Sir H.L. Bulwer & Wm. L. Clarke, Esq., June 28, 1851, pages 1-18, with inscription from "Dr. Francis Lieber, with kind regards of Edward Everett."

  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber

    The Crisis: Its Rationale, by Thomas Sizer (1862) pages 1-100 with note on cover that reads "Dr Francis Lieber, Columbia College, N.Y."

  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Very poor. Brittle pages, water damage, poor binding,
    missing covers, missing pages.
  • Numbered Pages – unnumbered
  • Scannable – not yet determined
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. One article is written in French with Einglish translation. Unbound. Covers missing. Container has no notations on spine.

The United States vs. William C. Corrie. Presentment for Piracy. Opinion of the Hon. A.G. Magrath, District Judge in the Circuit Court of the United States for the District of South Carolina. The slave trade not declared piracy by the Act of 1820. Charleston: S.G. Courtenay & Co., 1860 check mark
  • Inserts, fold–out pages – none
  • Inscriptions to Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Francis Lieber – none
  • Handwritten Notations by Others – none
  • Physical Condition – Good
  • Numbered Pages – 31
  • Scannable – Yes (PDF)
  • LC Call Number – none
  • OCLC Number – none
  • Other copies reported – none
  • Notes

    In English. Bound together with the Dred Scott vs. John F. Sandford, The Echo Cases, and Lemmon Slave Case reports in a volume with the spine title, "Dred Scott, Echo, Lemmon, Corrie."

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