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Isaac Hodsdon

1826

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N.H. Patriot, Feb. 16, 1826 Feb 1826

N.H. Patriot, Feb. 16, 1826

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

The two competing views reflected in this paragraph of text mirror a larger political transformation in which military officers were coming to be seen “as apolitical instrument[s] of public policy” rather than political actors like other public officials.


Tax Payers, Letter To The Editor, For The Statesman & Register, The Concord Statesman & Register, Feb. 14, 1826 Feb 1826

Tax Payers, Letter To The Editor, For The Statesman & Register, The Concord Statesman & Register, Feb. 14, 1826

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

The letter noted that the Committee’s information had been “confirmed by Mr. Holmes of the Senate, who was counsel for this Capt. Kid.”


Isaac Hodsdon’S Case, N.H. Patriot, Jan. 16, 1826 Jan 1826

Isaac Hodsdon’S Case, N.H. Patriot, Jan. 16, 1826

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

Against reimbursement of Hodsdon for his defense expenses.