Charles Fraser book of precedents
Rebound indexed volume contains copies of legal cases compiled by Charles Fraser, drawings, and a clipping. The volume contains copies of writs for both civil and criminal actions and decisions from the Court of Chancery, Court of Pleas, and Commissioners of the Peace.; "Part First" contains writs and decisions. "Part Second" contains pleas, judgments, and executions. Drawings (renumbered pages 51 and 57) are of a bull and pig, and of a hand with pointed finger. A clipping concerns a case (1819) in the Office of Common Pleas, Charleston (S.C.).
- Majority of material found within 1800-1807
- Fraser, Charles, 1782-1860 (Person)
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Materials in English.
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Charleston (S.C.) attorney, artist, and author. From 1800 until 1807 Charles Fraser studied law under the guidance of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney and others.
- Inventory of the Charles Fraser Book of Precedents, 1800-1819 (bulk 1800-1807)
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