6 edition of The Lemuel Shaw papers found in the catalog.
The Lemuel Shaw papers
|Other titles||Papers of Lemuel Shaw, Guide to the microfilm edition of the Lemuel Shaw papers.|
|Statement||Frederick S. Allis, Jr., editor ; Alfred S. Konefsky, associate editor.|
|Series||Massachusetts Historical Society microfilm publication ;, no. 6|
|Contributions||Allis, Frederick S. 1913-, Konefsky, Alfred S., Massachusetts Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||KF368.S42, Microfilm 15,094|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 microfilm reels in 61|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||95953331|
Papers: In the Lemuel Shaw Papers, ; 24 boxes, 25 volumes, and 1 oversize container. Correspondents include Timothy Fuller. Office of the House Historian: [email protected] Also, an account book () of Oakes Shaw (Lemuel's father); writ books, letterbooks and ledgers of Lemuel Shaw, including accounts with clients (); diaries of Samuel Savage Shaw () and of Mrs. John Oakes Shaw (); and an account book with occasional diary entries of Thomas Melville ().
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School. It has been accepted for inclusion in The Correspondence of Lemuel Shaw by an authorized administrator of Digital Commons @ Boston College Law School. For more information, please [email protected] Digital Commons Citation Shaw, Lemuel, "Letter from Lemuel Shaw to James Kent, May 9, " ().The Correspondence of Lemuel. Corporation. Committee on the Dexter Foundation. Report and papers of Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw, and petition to the legislature, (inclusive). Harvard University, Archives: creatorOf: Houghton Library printed book provenance file, R-Z, and unidentified. Houghton Library.
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The Lemuel Shaw papers II (Reels ) contain papers related to Shaw's study and practice of law, including correspondence, writ books, and account books. Shaw family papers in this collection consist of letters from his son Lemuel Shaw, Jr., and diaries of Samuel Savage Shaw, Hope Savage Shaw, and Caroline Cobb Shaw.
This edition includes the papers (–) of the eminent Massachusetts lawyer, legislator, and jurist (–). The edition also includes family papers, correspondence, legal papers, diaries, account books, and notebooks of the Savage, Cargill, Hayward, Knapp, Craigie, Melville, and Shaw families.
46 reels, page guide. Get this from a library. The Lemuel Shaw papers. [Lemuel Shaw; Frederick S Allis, Jr.; Alfred S Konefsky; Massachusetts Historical Society.; Social Law Library (Boston, Mass.); United States. National Historical Publications Commission.]. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Lemuel Shaw, (born January 9,Barnstable, Massachusetts, U.S.—died MaBoston), chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts (–60), who left an indelible mark on the law of that state and significantly contributed to the structure of American law.
Shaw was educated at Harvard, studied law privately, was admitted to the bar in in New Hampshire. Danielle Huntley (BC Law ) and Karen Beck (Curator of Rare Books, ) transcribed the letters. For a more complete set of Lemuel Shaw manuscripts, see the Massachusetts Historical Society's Lemuel Shaw Papers, available in microfilm format.
Find the Lemuel Shaw Papers on microfilm at Boston College. For discussions of Melville and Lemuel Shaw, see Charles Roberts Anderson, Melville in the South Seas, Columbia University Studies in English and Comparative Literature, no.
pp. ; Charles H. Foster, “Something in Emblems: A Reinterpretation of Moby-Dick,” New England Quarterly ; Robert L. Gale, “Bartleby—Melville Author: Brook Thomas. Lemuel Shaw was executor of her will. Sources: Pratt, Frederick Haven.
The Craigies: A Footnote to the Medical History of the Revolution. Cambridge, MA: The Cambridge Historical Society. Related Collections: Additional papers concerning the Craigie family and the history of the estate can be found at the Longfellow House, Cambridge.
Afterthe series contains papers of the Joseph H. Hayward estate; papers of Isaac Davenport Hayward, including letters from Joseph S. Spear and receipts; letters and accounts of Lemuel Shaw, Jr.; and papers of the Harriet S. (Hayward) Winslow trust, including letters from Albert W.
Paine and others to trustee Samuel Savage Shaw, Lemuel Shaw () was one of America's leading judges during the time the common law was being developed. Lemuel Shaw was born on Jan. 9,in Barnstable, Mass. Educated mostly at home by his father, he entered Harvard and graduated in After 3 years of legal study he was admitted to the New Hampshire bar in Lemuel Shaw () was perhaps one of the most influential state jurists in the history of American law, and this collection reveals the meticulous care with which he studied each case, the logic and clarity of his judicial utterances, and his sensitivity to human qualities.
Some of the papers and books, taken to Paris, passed into the possession of a great-grandson of Augusta's patron Stephen Van Renssalaer, mad Cousin Harry Crosby, the subject of Geoffrey Wolff's. InLemuel Shaw started studying law and was admitted to the bar in September ; after which he started practicing in Boston.
Slowly his practice became large, however, he also served as the adviser of several commercial enterprises. Login to Enjoy the India's leading Online Book Store Sapnaonline Discount Sales on your favourite Author lemuel shaw books, with FREE delivery. Hello World, this is a test.
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The Lyman Family Papers consists of account books, diaries, letterbooks, newspaper clippings, THE LEMUEL SHAW PAPERS, Shaw's personal and professional papers provide scholars with research opportunities into state law in the first half of the 19th century. Lemuel Shaw () was perhaps one of the most influential state.
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Jay Leyda, The Melville Log (New York: Gordian Press, ). Kendall, Massachusetts chief justice Lemuel Shaw sets forth the principle that liability for injuries caused in an accident will only result if the defendant failed to exercise reasonable care. 30 Aug. Harvard professor John Webster is executed in Boston for the murder of physician George Parkman, ending a sensational case.SHAW, LEMUEL.
Lemuel Shaw served as chief justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts from to Shaw was a judicial pioneer. His long career as a judge coincided with a crucial period in the development of the United States, and his personal, idiosyncratic opinions fashioned legal doctrines that accommodated the tumultuous changes of the time.Legal Papers of Daniel Webster, Boston College Law School, Instructor in Legal History, American Journal of Legal History, Book Review Editor, Massachusetts Historical Society, Associate Editor, The Papers of Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw (Microfilm Edition), FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS.