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1853-1885, Loring & Russell's Contested Election Cases
Reports of controverted elections in the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts; From 1853 to 1885 inclusive;
Together with the opinions given by the Supreme Judicial Court relating to such elections in those years; A digest of decisions of said court regarding
domicile (1 Mass. To 138 Mass, Reps. Inclusive); And the message of Gov. Andrew vetoing the act of 1862 requiring representatives in Congress to be
inhabitants of the districts from which they are elected: by Edward P. Loring and Chas. Theo. Russell, Jr., xxxvi+550p, Boston, Wright & Potter, pr. co.,
state printers, 1886.
Title:   Reports of controverted elections in the Senate and House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Massachusetts from 1853 to 1885 inclusive : together with the opinions given by the Supreme Judicial Court relating to such elections in those years ; a digest of decisions of said court regarding domicile (1 Mass. to 138 Mass. Reps. inclusive) ; and the message of Gov. Andrew vetoing the Act of 1862 requiring representatives in congress to be inhabitants of the districts from which they are elected / prepared and published under authority of chapter 60 of the resolves of the legislature for the year 1885, by Edward P. Loring and Chas. Theo. Russell, Jr.
OCLC Number:   681043740
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