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Report No. 05_1764_00

Dudley v Richards


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See the report on the colonial court proceedings in Quincy, Massachusetts Reports 1761–1772, p. 110–127, under the name Dudley v Dudley.

Viewpage 1 (p.110), page 2 (p.112), page 3 (p.114), page 4 (p.116), page 5 (p.118), page 6 (p.119), page 7 (p.120), page 8 (p.121), page 9 (p.122), page 10 (p.123), page 11 (p.124), page 12 (p.125), page 13 (p.126), page 14 (p.127), Comment page 1 (p.111), Comment page 2 (p.113), Comment page 3 (p.115), Comment page 4 (p.117).  


Other Documents

Note also the Joshua Sharpe papers in the collection of Thomas Phillipps at the Library of Congress, Division of Manuscripts, which contain legal papers related to this appeal.