The trial of Lieutenant Renshaw, of the U.S. navy. Indicted for challenging Joseph Strong ... to fight a duel. With the speeches of the learned counsel, Colden, Hoffman and Emmet. Taken in short-hand, by William Sampson, esq. With an appendix, containing the proceedings of the naval court of enquiry, held by order of the secretary of the navy.
|Main Author:||Renshaw, James, d. 1846,|
|Other Authors:||Colden, Cadwallader D. 1769-1834., Hoffman, Ogden, 1766-1837., Emmet, Thomas Addis, 1764-1827., Sampson, William, 1764-1836.|
New York: Published by Frank, White and co. No. 132 Waterstreet. 1809.
Trial in a Court of oyer and terminer, New York co.
"Proceedings of a court of inquiry, held ... on the 26th day of September, 1808, for the purpose of investigating the conduct of Lieut. James Renshaw, on charges alledged against him by David Petty, master of the schooner Speedy ...": p. 105-114.
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