Habeas corpus, and martial law [microform] : a review of the opinion of Chief Justice Taney in the case of John Merryman / by Joel Parker.
By: Parker, Joel.
Contributor(s): Taney, Roger Brooke | United States. Supreme Court.Material type: TextPublisher: Cambridge [Mass.] : Welch, Bigelow, 1861Description: 58 p.Subject(s): Habeas corpus -- United States | Merryman, John, 1824-1881 | Martial law -- United StatesLOC classification: E12 | .L5 no. 40071E
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"The argument ... was ... presented ... in a lecture delivered by the author as Royall Professor of Law in [Harvard College] ... It has since been revised, and is published in the October number of the North American Review."--P. .
Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 40071). s1970 ilun b