The Society of Friends vindicated: being the arguments of the counsel of Joseph Hendrickson, in a cause decided in the Court of chancery of the state of New Jersey, between Thomas L. Shotwell, complainant, and Joseph Hendrickson and Stacy Decow, defendants. By George Wood and Isaac H. Williamson, counsellors at law. To which is appended the decision of the court.
|Main Author:||Wood, George, 1789-1860.|
|Other Authors:||Williamson, Isaac H. 1767-1844,, Hendrickson, Joseph, , Shotwell, Thomas L., , Decow, Stacy,|
Trenton, N. J., P. J. Gray, 1832.
Society of Friends.
Dispute concerning a school fund of the Society of Friends, which was claimed by both Orthodox and Hicksite factions.
Published 1833 under title: The arguments of the counsel of Joseph Hendrickson.
vii, 167, 90 p.
|Original Classification Number:||BX7648.N5 W6|
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