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Text:"...; although a strong-minded, intelligent man, his will and his prejudices were of the character peculiar to the nation of his birth. Mr. Barker had, as agent for the owner, chartered to James Scott the ship..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"...?quot; taking up his pen and commencing to write. Mr. Barker, wanting five thousand dollars, replied three thousand. Mr. Wells gave him one of his most earnest looks, saying, quot;Is that all? if you want more..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... was transferred to your name? He answers, None that I know of. Being asked. Was Mr. Barker ever consulted as to the selection or appointment of new directors of said bank, which took place about that time? He..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... admitted, but rendered a judgment not warranted by laAV, and, in both cases, misdirected the jury. If this be so, - if the court has mistaken the law, or the jury found contrary to the facts, - Mr. Barker..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...INTRODUCTION. 25 of the wedding-party, and to whom Mr. Barker, after reading it, handed the letter. He also read it, and then, at Mr. B.s invitation, took wine with him. The rest of the party Avere..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... Contempt of Court 174 CHAPTER X. Second Trial - Speech of Mr. Barker 176 CHAPTER XI. Second Trial - Resolutions of Insurance Companies 184 CHAPTER XII. Judge Woodworths Opinion 191 CHAPTER XIII. Maxwell..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... at the next meeting, a new subpoena was sent him; still he did not attend, and all the eiforts of Mr. Barker to induce him to give further attendance before the master in chancery have proved unavailing..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... general observations touching the law of this case that I cannot omit. I refrain from entering into the discussion, because Mr. Barker has enjoined me to manage my argument in the same liberal and fearless..."
Date:Between 1826 and 1864
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:".... J. INGERSOLL. .Mr. Barker. New Yobjsl, fifth month, 20th, 1814. Dear friend: The mail from your city, the last three days, has been heavily loaded with evil predictions in relation to my fulfilling..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"..., and that he had evidence thereof in his pocket, meaning letters from members of Congress. Mr. Barker advanced contrary opinions, justifying the embargo. Mr. Clinton thereupon became estranged from most..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... to stop until I could take a a list of them. He did so ; I made a memorandum on the bundle that six letters from Henry Eckford to Mr. Barker had been taken out and delivered to the district attorney..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... between General Armstrong and Mr. Barker continued until the death of the general, the character of which may he estimated from a letter, of which the following m an extract : Red Hook, February 23, 1839..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"...CONTENTS. Page. Stockholders- Hotel rebuilt- U. S. Branch Mint at New Orleans- Yellow Fever- Mr. Barker and his Doctor- Meeting at New Orleans in favor of Texas AnnexationMr. Barkers Speech..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... anything in the climate or cultivation more unfavorable to the white than to the black population; both require to be acclimated. This experiment failing, Mr. Barker having been taught to believe..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... of this case that I cannot omit I refrain from entering into the discussion, because Mr. Barker has enjoined me to manage my argument in the same liberal and fearless spirit in which he conducted his defence..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... of Mr. Barker, could have been tried under the former indictments. If there was ground to charge him, new bills could have been preferred, and his name inserted in each. If there was ground to charge..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... of the coalition between France and England, pretending an extension of neutral rights and hostility to privateering, Mr. Barker made the following publication in a New Orleans paper : PRIVATEERING. When a boy, my..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... - Appointed Attorney-General - Correspondence. Mr. Barker, after the adjournment of the legislature, returned to Buffalo, and embarked with zeal once more in his professional business. In the fall of 1836, he..."
Date:Between 1807 and 1886
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Text:"... on you one of great difficulty; and if the question was now put to you to say what particular acts have been proved against Mr. Barker you will find it impossible to point them out. There has been..."
Date:Between 1800 and 1855
Place:Louisiana, USA
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Text:"... engagement the next day. Mrs. Barker went home sick, Mrs. Hubbard refused to act again, and Mr. Barker took an overdose of laudanum and died, leaving his family destitute, the mother sick, with three small..."
Date:1904
Publication place:Texas, USA