The Supreme Court and Libel

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PREFACE
1.
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., The Common Law ( Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 43d print., 1949), pp. 1-2, 35-36. Also see Oliver Wendell Holmes , Collected Legal Papers ( New York: Peter Smith, 1952), p. 129.

PROLOGUE
1.
Case de Libellis Famosis, 5 Coke Reports 125A at 125B ( 1606).
4.
Rex v. Udall (1590), 1 Howell's State Trials1271 at 1283, 1289; Rex v. Twyn (1663), 6 Howell's State Trials 701 at 709. Twyn was hanged, cut down alive, and his body cut into quarters. His head and body were placed over gates to London.
5.
Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, ed., Records of the Governor and Company of the Massachusetts Bay in New England ( Boston: William White Co., 1835), 1:160-61, with accounts of letters, pp. 156-58.
6.
George Keith, New-England's Spirit of Persecution Transmitted to Pennsylvania: and the Pretended Quaker Found Persecuting the True Christian-Quaker, in the Tryal of Peter Boss, George Keith, Thomas Budd and William Bradford ( New York, 1693), pp. 33, 34. Also see The Proprietor v. George Keith, William Bradford, Thomas Budd, and Peter Boss, in Samuel W. Pennypacker, Pennsylvania Colonial Cases ( Philadelphia: Rees Welsch and Co., Law Book Publishers, 1892), p. 117-44.
7.
Pennypacker, Pennsylvania Colonial Cases, p. 125.
8.
Theo Philanthes, New-England Persecutors Mauled with Their Own Weapons ( New York, 1697), pp. 58, 60, 61, 62.
9.
J. W. Fortescue, ed., Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, Americaand West Indies

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