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Title
Opinions of the judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, in the cases of "Smith vs. Turner", and "Norris vs. The city of Boston"
Name/Creator
United States, Supreme Court., creator
Smith, George, , master of the ship "Henry Bliss",plaintiff in error.
Turner, William W., defendant in error.
Norris, James, , master of the ship "Union Jack",plaintiff in error.
Boston (Mass.), defendant in error.
HOLLIS IDDigital Object
[Provides access to page images of entire work]  http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:FHCL:1076581 
Digital ObjectLocation
Master Microforms

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Law School

Widener
Place of Origin
Washington
Publisher
Office of the printer to the Senate
Language
English
Description
181 p. ; 26 cm.
Form/Genre
text

print
Subject
Taxation -- New York (State) ;  Taxation -- Massachusetts ;  Constitutional law -- United States ;  New York (State) -- Emigration and immigration ;  Massachusetts -- Emigration and immigration

Category
Arrival

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legal cases

Legislation & Politics

Note
Constitutionality of acts of New York and Massachusetts imposing a tax upon passengers coming into the ports of those states. Cases of George Smith, plaintiff in error, vs. William Turner, health commissioner of the port of New York, in error to the Court for the trial of impeachments and correction of errors of the state of New York, and James Norris, plaintiff in error, vs. The city of Boston, in error to the Supreme judicial court of Massachusetts.

"In Senate, March 20, 1849."

"Ordered, that 10,000 copies of the opinions of the judges of the Supreme Court in the cases of 'Norris vs. the city of Boston', and 'Smith vs. Turner', be printed for the use of the Senate; the same to be printed in pamphlet form in the same style and manner as the decisions of the Supreme Court are usually executed."