Southern Slavery and the Law, 1619-1860

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ABBREVIATIONS

Court Reporters
Alabama:
Minor Henry Minor
Port. Benjamin E Porter
Stew. and P. George N. Stewart and Benjamin E Porter
Delaware:
Harr. Samuel M. Harrington
England:
Ld. Raym. Lord Robert Raymond
Lofft Cappel Lofft
Georgia:
Dudley Ga. G. M. Dudley
Kentucky:
Bibb George M. Bibb
Dana James G. Dana
Hardin Martin D. Hardin
Littell William Littell
A. K. Marsh. Alexander K. Marshall
J. J. Marsh. J. J. Marshall
Met. Ky. James E Metcalfe
B. Mon. Ben Monroe
T. B. Mon. Thomas B. Monroe
Louisiana:
Mart. La. François X. Martin
Mart. N. S. François X. Martin
Maryland:
Gill Richard W. Gill
G. and J. Richard W. Gill and John Johnson
H. and J. Thomas Harris Jr. and Reverdy Johnson
Har. and McH. Thomas Harris Jr. and John McHenry
Md. Ch. Maryland Chancery Reports
Massachusetts:
Met. Theron Metcalf
Mississippi:
Fr. Miss. Ch. John D. Freeman
How. Volney E. Howard
Smedes and M. W. C. Smedes and T. A. Marshall
Walker R. J. Walker
North Carolina:
Devereux Thomas P. Devereux
Dev. Eq. Thomas P. Devereux (Equity Reports)

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