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Title
Trial of Thomas Sims, on an issue of personal liberty, on the claim of James Potter, of Georgia, against him, as an alleged fugitive from service : arguments of Robert Rantoul, Jr., and Charles G. Loring, with the decision of George T. Curtis, Boston, April 7-11, 1851
Contributor Names
Rantoul, Robert, 1805-1852.
Sims, Thomas, approximately 1834-
Potter, James, of Georgia.
Loring, Charles G. (Charles Greely), 1794-1867.
Curtis, George Ticknor, 1812-1894.
Stone, James W. (James Winchell), 1824-1863.
Created / Published
Boston : Wm. S. Damrell & co., 1851.
Subject Headings
-  Sims, Thomas,--approximately 1834---Trials, litigation, etc
-  Potter, James,--of Georgia--Trials, litigation, etc
-  Fugitive slaves--Georgia--Legal status, laws, etc
-  United States.--Fugitive slave law (1850)
Notes
-  Before George T. Curtis, U.S. circuit court commissioner.
-  "The decision of the commissioner was not reported by Dr. Stone, but was furnished by Mr. Curtis."--p. [2]
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
Medium
47 p. ; 23 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
KF223.S443 R36 1851
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.law/llst.062
Library of Congress Control Number
37031135
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Description
Before George T. Curtis, U.S. circuit court commissioner. "The decision of the commissioner was not reported by Dr. Stone, but was furnished by Mr. Curtis."--p. [2] Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
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https://lccn.loc.gov/37031135
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Chicago citation style:

Rantoul, Robert, Thomas Sims, James Potter, Charles G Loring, George Ticknor Curtis, and James W Stone. Trial of Thomas Sims, on an issue of personal liberty, on the claim of James Potter, of Georgia, against him, as an alleged fugitive from service: arguments of Robert Rantoul, Jr., and Charles G. Loring, with the decision of George T. Curtis, Boston, April 7-11, 1851. Boston: Wm. S. Damrell & co, 1851. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/37031135/. (Accessed June 22, 2017.)

APA citation style:

Rantoul, R., Sims, T., Potter, J., Loring, C. G., Curtis, G. T. & Stone, J. W. (1851) Trial of Thomas Sims, on an issue of personal liberty, on the claim of James Potter, of Georgia, against him, as an alleged fugitive from service: arguments of Robert Rantoul, Jr., and Charles G. Loring, with the decision of George T. Curtis, Boston, April 7-11, 1851. Boston: Wm. S. Damrell & co. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/37031135/.

MLA citation style:

Rantoul, Robert, et al. Trial of Thomas Sims, on an issue of personal liberty, on the claim of James Potter, of Georgia, against him, as an alleged fugitive from service: arguments of Robert Rantoul, Jr., and Charles G. Loring, with the decision of George T. Curtis, Boston, April 7-11, 1851. Boston: Wm. S. Damrell & co, 1851. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/37031135/>.