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Tracts on medical jurisprudence. Including [Samuel] Farr's Elements of medical jurisprudence, [William] Dease's Remarks on medical jurisprudence, [G. E.] Male's Epitome of juridical or forensic medicine, and [John] Haslam's Treatise on insanity. With a preface, notes, and a digest of the law relating to insanity and nuisance, by Thomas Cooper ... To which is added an appendix, containing Erskine's speech for James Hadfield ... an abstract of a report of the trial of Abraham Kessler, indicted for poisoning his wife ... and a memoir on the chromat of pot-ash, as a test for detecting arsenic, copper, and corrosive sublimate, by Thomas Cooper, Esq., read before the Am[erican] Ph[ilosophical] Society, Sep. 18, 1818.

Author/Creator:
Cooper, Thomas, 1759-1839.
Publication:
Philadelphia, Published by James Webster, Thomas Town, printer, 1819.
Format/Description:
Book
[16], 456 p. ; 23 cm.
Notes:
"Report [dated Sept. 26, 1817] of Wm. James MacNeven ... [to] Governor Clinton ... on the scientific part of the testimony in the case of Abraham Kessler": p. 421-427.
Contributor:
Erskine, Thomas Erskine, Baron, 1750-1823.
Kessler, Abraham.
MacNeven, William James, 1763-1841.
OCLC:
2710250
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