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In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 12, New Hampshire State Archives - Affidavit Of Jeremiah Eames Apr 1814

In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 12, New Hampshire State Archives - Affidavit Of Jeremiah Eames

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

… took up his residence at [a] house [that] has been a common receptacle for Canadians and smugglers (the house of Jeremiah Eames).


To Isaac Hodsdon, The [Concord] Gazette, Apr. 5, 1814 Apr 1814

To Isaac Hodsdon, The [Concord] Gazette, Apr. 5, 1814

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

A long and scathing response to [Hodsdon's) account was published as Letter to the Editor, “who invested you, most noble captain, with authority to act as Judge, Jury, and Executioner, upon these men?”


Isaac Hodsdon, Letter To The Editor, To The Public, N.H. Patriot, Mar. 29, 1814, At 3. Mar 1814

Isaac Hodsdon, Letter To The Editor, To The Public, N.H. Patriot, Mar. 29, 1814, At 3.

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

He [Hodsdon] wrote to a newspaper several months later, he “posted sentinels at the forks and angles of roads for the purpose of detecting citizens who were in the nefarious practice of smuggling."


Capt. Hodgdon [Sic] – And Military Despotism, The [Windsor, Vt.] Washingtonian, Mar. 21, 1814 Mar 1814

Capt. Hodgdon [Sic] – And Military Despotism, The [Windsor, Vt.] Washingtonian, Mar. 21, 1814

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

An account of the writ of habeas corpus ordering Hodsdon to produce.the prisoners.


The Season Of Deception, N.H. Patriot6, March 8, 1814 Mar 1814

The Season Of Deception, N.H. Patriot6, March 8, 1814

Documents from Dimension II: Habeas Corpus as a Legal Remedy (article)

Rebuts claim of rival newspaper that Hodsdon was guilty of military despotism.


Highly Interesting Communication, The Concord Gazette, Mar. 1, 1814 Mar 1814

Highly Interesting Communication, The Concord Gazette, Mar. 1, 1814

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

An account of Hodsdon's arrest and imprisonment of Charles Hanson, Sanders Welch Cooper and Charles Hall.


In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 1 - Application For Writ Of Habeas Corpus Feb 1814

In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 1 - Application For Writ Of Habeas Corpus

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

... “all citizens of the United States” who had “been arrested by persons claiming to act under the authority of the President of the United States,” and were being confined by Hodsdon “without colour of authority.


In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 1, New Hampshire State Archives - Affidavit Of Joseph Loomis Feb 1814

In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 1, New Hampshire State Archives - Affidavit Of Joseph Loomis

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

The affidavit of Joseph Loomis, a local judge,reported that he had been at the fort in January “and there saw imprisoned Austin Bissell a private citizen of the United States who has since been discharged.


In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 2, New Hampshire State Archives - Clerk's Endorsement Of Joseph Loomis Affidavit Feb 1814

In Re Hodsdon, Strafford County Superior Court Records 1814, Folder 38, Doc. 2, New Hampshire State Archives - Clerk's Endorsement Of Joseph Loomis Affidavit

Documents from Making Habeas Work: A Legal History (monograph)

The affidavit of Joseph Loomis, a local judge,reported that he had been at the fort in January “and there saw imprisoned Austin Bissell a private citizen of the United States who has since been discharged.