REVIEW OF A REPORT TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, ON THE CASE OF WILLIAM VANS. With Observations Upon the Dispensing Power of the Legislature, and Upon a Decision of the Supreme Judicial Court, "Nullifying" the Said Power. David L. CHILD.

REVIEW OF A REPORT TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, ON THE CASE OF WILLIAM VANS. With Observations Upon the Dispensing Power of the Legislature, and Upon a Decision of the Supreme Judicial Court, "Nullifying" the Said Power.

Boston, [MA]: Printed for the Publisher, 1833. First edition. 8vo. 4, 98, [1], 15 pp. Disbound. Sabin 12699. Cohen 14270. Child (1794-1874) was a Massachusetts lawyer, journalist and anti-slavery reformer, and the husband of Lydia Maria Child, the well-known author and abolitionist. Item #66232

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