The Resource Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes

Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes

Label
Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes, 1858-1859
Title
Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes
Inclusive dates
1858-1859
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Language
eng
Summary
  • Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes, 1858-1859, of King George County, consists of notes from legal textbooks written during Arnold's attendance at the University of Virginia law school session of 1858-1859. Topics covered include federal constitutional guarantees of absolute rights, details of pleadings and proceedings, real and personal property law, maximes for a lawyer (p. 183), formula for determining the value of dower/husband living (p. 185), law of executors and administrators, contracts, examples of administrator accounts, forms for various legal proceedings, an opinion by John B. Minor in the case of John Gray vs. Mason Nock (p. 86), and a list of "books necessary to be provided with at first" and "to be afterward obtained" all of which relate to the study and practice of the law (p. 221)
  • Several pages at the front and back of the volume contain notations about the estate of John Arnold (1867) and various other accounts that may or may not relate to John Arnold's estate (1865-1867)
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Biographical or historical data
Philip M. Arnold was born circa 1838 and was an attorney in King George County, Virginia.
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Vi
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Philip M. Arnold Law Research Notes
Note
This item came to the Library of Virginia under the accession number 42662
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  • The Library of Virginia
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1
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There are no restrictions
Immediate source of acquisition
King George County Circuit Court
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001576526
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There are no restrictions.
Type of unit
v. (230 p.)

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