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Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University

1814

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

Joseph Loomis

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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.