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Johnson, Reverdy
Johnson, Reverdy (Mr)
Marylander
Reverdy Johnson (American politician)
Reverdy Johnson (Amerikaans politicus (1796-1876))
Reverdy Johnson (amerikansk politikar, advokat og diplomat)
Reverdy Johnson (amerikansk politiker, advokat och diplomat)
Reverdy Johnson (amerikansk politiker, advokat og diplomat)
Reverdy Johnson (politicien américain)
Reverdy Johnson (politico statunitense)
Reverdy Johnson (US-amerikanischer Jurist und Justizminister)
Southern citizen
روردی جانسون (سیاست‌مدار، وکیل، و دیپلمات آمریکایی)
リヴァーディ・ジョンソン
Dates: 
1796-1876
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Glenn, John (1795-1853)
Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
United States. District Court (Iowa : Southern District)
United States. Navy. Court of Inquiry (Latimer : 1857)
United States. Supreme Court
Virginia, [from old catalog]
Ward, James (of St. Louis.)
West Virginia, [from old catalog]
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Abstract pleadings and proof, and argument
argument to establish the illegality of military commissions in the United States, An
correspondence between James Brooks of New York and Reverdy Johnson of Baltimore on the state of the country and the way to avert the peril which threatens it., A
Correspondence relating to Alabama claims.
dangerous condition of the country, the causes which have led to it, and the duty of the people, 1867:, The
Defence of Capt. William K. Latimer
James Ward vs. Mississippi & Missouri Rail Road Company
Nomination of James Simons, as surgeon, now before the Senate; legal opinions of ex-attorney generals, the Hon. John Nelson, and the Hon. Reverdy Johnson. Statement of the case.
Proceedings and speeches at a public meeting of the friends of the Union, in the city of Baltimore, held at the Maryland institute, on Thursday evening, January 10, 1861.
Railroads in New Jersey. Power of the United States over state charters.
Remarks of the Hon. Reverdy Johnson, on the power of Congress to pass the law of venue for the District of Columbia : presented to the Committee of the Judiciary of the House of Representatives, in the case of the heirs of Gen. Thadeus Kosciusko and Major G. Tochman, April 1848.
Remarks on popular sovereignty, 1859:
Remarks on the Clarendon-Johnson treaty, for adjusting the Alabama claims.
Reply to a pamphlet entitled "A brief exposition of matters relating to the Bank of Maryland" : with an examination into some of the causes of the bankruptcy of that institution.
reply to a recent speech of Sir Roundell Palmer on the Washington Treaty and the Alabama claims, A
reply to the Review of Judge Advocate General Holt, of the proceedings, findings and sentence, of the general court martial, A : in the case of Major General Fitz John Porter, and a vindication of that officer
report of and testimony taken before the Joint Committee of the Senate and House of Delegates of Maryland, The : to which was referred the memorials of John B. Morris, Reverdy Johnson and others, praying indemnity for losses sustained by reason of the riots in Baltimore, in the month of August, eighteen hundred and thirty-five.
Report of the Joint committee on reconstruction.
Reverdy Johnson papers
riparian rights of Virginia proprietors on the Potomac river., The
Speech delivered by Hon. Reverdy Johnson, as president of the Democratic Conservative Mass Meeting, held in Baltimore, Sept. 15th, 1875.
Speech of Mr. Johnson of Maryland, 1846
Speeches of Hon. Reverdy Johnson ... on the military reconstruction bill; delivered in the Senate of the United States, February 20 and March 2, 1867.
trial of the alleged assassins and conspirators at Washington city, D.C., May and June, 1865. For the murder of President Abraham Lincoln. Full of illustrative engravings. Being a full and verbatim report of the testimony of all the witnesses examined in the whole trial, with the argument of Reverdy Johnson on the jurisdiction of the commission, and all the arguments of counsel on both sides, with the closing argument of Hon. John A. Bingham, special judged advocate, as well as the verdict of the military commission ..., The
United States, vs. Andrés Castillero on cross appeal, The : claim for the mine and lands of New Almaden
Virginia vs. West Virginia. Argument of Hon. Reverdv Johnson, in the supreme court of the United States, delivered in behalf of the defendant, Wednesday, May 8, 1867 ...
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