3 edition of John Covode. Papers in the prima facie case from the 21st District, Pennsylvania. found in the catalog.
John Covode. Papers in the prima facie case from the 21st District, Pennsylvania.
United States. Congress. House. Office of the Clerk
|Other titles||Covode, John, prima facie case, from 21st district of Pennsylvania|
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|Number of Pages||48|
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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA WESTERN DISTRICT JOHN HENRY MILLER, Petitioner v. PENNSYLVANIA BOARD OF PROBATION AND PAROLE, Respondent No. 60 WM ORDER PER CURIAM AND NOW, this 14th day of November,the Petition for Leave to File for Allowance of Appeal Nunc Pro Tunc is GRANTED.
The Prothonotary is. From John Covode to Abraham Lincoln, The following Telegram received at Washington P.M. MayFrom Greensburg Pa. Dated, May 12 The death of Genl Berry makes room for Genl Birneys promotion.
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After Victim # 1 and Victim # 2 parked their delivery truck near Front and Greenwich Streets in Reading to make a delivery, defendant ROBERT J. PENNINGTON illegally. John Covode vs. Henry D. Foster, election held on Octo The San Francisco Daily Alta California in described the duty of a party agent as “to yell at the pitch of his lungs the ticket he espoused and the utter folly of the opponent’s ‘paper.’.
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FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA PHILADELPHIA MUNICIPAL COURT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER No. 01 of In re: Rescission of Municipal Court Civil Rule Fees ORDER AND NOW, this 31st day of May,it is hereby ORDERED, ADJUDGED and DECREED that Philadelphia Municipal Court Rule Fees is rescinded effective immediately.
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