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Fri Mar 21 17:07:06 2014 UTClccn-n851583570.00Reports of Cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North-Carolina, from the year 1804( -1819). By A.D. Murphey0.731.00Cases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina : 1804 to [1819] /18658728Archibald_Murpheyn 851583571446442Murphey, Archibald De Bow, 1777-1832lccn-n85158358Graham, William A.(William Alexander)1804-1875lccn-n50031499Connor, R. D. W.(Robert Digges Wimberly)1878-1950lccn-n86005418Morehead, John Motley1796-1866lccn-n50059871Wiley, C. H.(Calvin Henderson)1819-1887lccn-n85158359Graham, Joseph1759-1836lccn-n85158349Hoyt, William Henrylccn-n79077355North CarolinaGeneral Assemblylccn-n85247486Swain, David L.(David Lowry)1801-1868nc-republican party n c 1792 1828Republican Party (N.C. : 1792-1828)lccn-no00073991Turner, Herbert S.(Herbert Snipes)1891-1976Murphey, Archibald D.(Archibald De Bow)1777-1832HistorySourcesBiographyTrials, litigation, etcCriticism, interpretation, etcOutlines, syllabi, etcNorth CarolinaPublic worksTravelMurphey, Archibald D.--(Archibald De Bow),Political scienceAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)Morehead, John Motley,Wiley, C. H.--(Calvin Henderson),Swain, David L.--(David Lowry),EducationPublic schoolsLaw reports, digests, etcSlavery--Law and legislationAfrican Americans--Legal status, laws, etcIntellectual lifeInland navigationConstitutional historyUnited StatesAmerican literatureBaccalaureate addressesProportional representationSouthern StatesFamilies--Social life and customsTennesseeArmed Forces--OfficersSlaveryJudgesConfederate States of America.--ArmyMerchantsManners and customsEpiscopal ChurchPolk, Leonidas,BishopsAnniversariesPolk, William,North Carolina--Orange CountyBadger, George Edmund,Banks and bankingUniversity of North Carolina (1793-1962)GeorgiaUnited States.--Continental ArmyKentuckyNorth Carolina--HillsboroughNorth Carolina DayRuffin, Thomas,Economic historyAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)University of the SouthWorth, Jonathan,Morrison, R. H.--(Robert Hall),1777183218131814181518161817181818191822182518271843185418601908191019141916192319241930197113963984975.6AC12646ocn011540884book18190.76Murphey, Archibald DMemoir on the internal improvements contemplated by the legislature of North-Carolina and on the resources and finances of that state2173ocn001849757book19140.53Murphey, Archibald DThe papers of Archibald D. MurpheyHistorySources1085ocn015457460book18140.94Murphey, Archibald DTo the freeholders of Orange County1085ocn015574654book18170.94Murphey, Archibald DReport on education submitted to the legislature of North Carolina, 18171054ocn015451905book18130.94Murphey, Archibald DTo the freemen of Orange County1025ocn015571151book18170.93Murphey, Archibald DReport on education made to the General Assembly of North-Carolina, at its session of 1816838ocn085890101file18270.90Murphey, Archibald DAn oration delivered in Person hall, Chapel Hill, on the 27th June, 1827, the day previous to the commencement, under the appointment of the Dialectic societyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography263ocn006260826book0.95North CarolinaReports of cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, from the year 1804 to the year [1819] ... inclusive101ocn020660073book0.79Hawks, Francis LReports of cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North CarolinaTrials, litigation, etcThis collection consists of extracts of printed summaries of cases relating to slavery and/or African Americans heard in the Supreme Court of North Carolina between 1820 and 1826, and reported by Francis L. Hawks. It comprises cases heard in the court of Raleigh. Topics covered include: slavery, slavery and agriculture, freed slaves and free Black settlements, the abolition movement, varieties of slave experience, urban and domestic slavery, slave testimony, resistance and revolts, master and slave relationship, treatment of slaves, female slaves, child slaves, slave families, wills, contested ownership of slaves, interracial sexual relations, plantations, sale of slaves, legal status of slaves, fugitive slaves, and emancipation91ocn025119673serial0.95North CarolinaReports of cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North-Carolina72ocn038658645book18160.96North CarolinaReport of the convention committee to the legislature of North-Carolina, 181672ocn010410546book18150.96Murphey, Archibald DReport submitted to the Legislature of North Carolina, November 3042ocn078413343book19101.00North CarolinaCases argued and determined in the Supreme Court of North Carolina : 1804 to [1819]21ocn867608760book20130.10Murphey, Archibald DMemoir on the internal improvements comtemplated by the legislature of22ocn048895491book18251.00To the honourable the General Assembly of North-Carolina, the memorial of the subscriberHistoryOutlines, syllabi, etc21ocn867700200book20130.10Murphey, Archibald DOration delivered in person hall22ocn809576036book1822CAROLINA, NorthReports of Cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North-Carolina, from the year 1804( -1819). By A.D. Murphey11ocn045801030art18161.00North CarolinaReport of the Committee on Inland Navigation, submitted to the Legislature of North Carolina, November 30th, 181511ocn082280867book18251.00Murphey, Archibald DTo the honourable, the General Assembly of North Carolina, the memorial of the undersignedHistory11ocn037671383book19101.00Murphey, Archibald DNorth Carolina reports. Vol. 5-[7]. Cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of North Carolina, 1804 to [1819]2197ocn000143713book19140.47Connor, R. D. WAnte-bellum builders of North CarolinaHistory902ocn000207662book19710.47Turner, Herbert SThe dreamer Archibald DeBow Murphey, 1777-183283ocn009257656book19080.98Graham, John WPresentation of the Murphey portrait to the Supreme Court of North CarolinaBiography21ocn054534145mix1.00Polk, LeonidasLeonidas Polk papersHistoryCorrespondence and other papers of Leonidas Polk relating to his life and work; Episcopal Church matters; the establishment of the University of the South, 1856-1861; and the Confederate campaigns in Kentucky, Tennessee, and Georgia, 1861-1864, in which Polk was involved. Also included are papers of William Mecklenburg Polk, chiefly concerning the biography of his father; papers of members of the Polk, Gale, and Hawkins families; correspondence of Charles R. Barney, 1857-1860, engineer for the board of trustees of the University of the South, about the physical development of the University site; and copies of Archibald D. Murphey's papers relating to William Polk21ocn023458540book19161.00Knight, Edgar WallaceProgram of exercises for North Carolina Day : Murphey Day, Friday, December 22, 191611ocn288938891book18541.00Graham, JosephRevolutionary services of General Joseph Graham : letters and memorial of Judge MurpheyHistoryPersonal narratives11ocn023294911mix1.00Murphey, Archibald DArchibald D. Murphey papersHistorySourcesScattered papers pertaining to various aspects of Archibald De Bow Murphey's career, especially to business affairs and to his projected, but uncompleted, history of North Carolina11ocn023658466mix1.00Mitchell, ElishaElisha Mitchell papersHistoryFamily correspondence, scientific notes, manuscript articles, and sermons of Elisha Mitchell, for many years connected with the University of North Carolina. Mitchell's correspondence pertains to his varied religious, academic, and scientific activities, including mountain exploration in North Carolina. Among the correspondents are George E. Badger, William Gaston, Francis L. Hawkes, N.M. Hentz, William Hooper, Levi Silliman Ives, Archibald D. Murphy, James H. Otey, John Stark Ravenscroft, and David L. Swain. Included is correspondence with the North family of Mitchell's wife, Maria North Mitchell, in New Haven, Conn., and from the Mitchell children after they had married and moved to Salisbury, N.C., California, and Texas. Volumes include Mitchell's diary, 1813-1816, begun at Yale and kept irregularly while he was teaching at various places in the North, containing mainly religious reflections and slight personal comment; his private notebook, 1818-1847, containing miscellaneous comments on mathematics, musicology, electricity, the natural sciences, and history, and personal accounts and notes on reading and letters received. The diary, 1878, of Mitchell's grandson, J.N. Howard Summerell, on a voyage to Scotland; Mitchell's journal, letter book, and account book, 1818-1842; and "Diary of a Geological Tour by Professor Elisha Mitchell in 1827 and 1828 with Introduction and Notes" by Kemp P. Battle, published as part of the "James Sprunt Historical Monograph Series" by the University of North Carolina in 190511ocn023294759mix1.00Graham, JosephJoseph Graham papersHistoryPersonal narrativesHandwritten manuscript of "Historical notices or suplement [sic] to the History of the Revolutionary War in the western part of No. Carolina" (16 p.) by Joseph Graham; a letter from Archibald De Bow Murphey to Charles Conner and two letters from Murphey to Graham about this manuscript; a letter from Graham to Conner discussing the Revolutionary War in North Carolina; part of a volume, 1769-1864, containing lists of slaves belonging to Graham and his son-in-law, Robert Hall Morrison (1798-1889); and "The National Intelligencer and Revolutionary War Legends" by William A. Graham11ocn034671617mix1.00Ruffin, ThomasThomas Ruffin papersHistoryRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, financial and legal papers, and other papers of Thomas Ruffin, and correspondence and financial records of his father, Sterling Ruffin. Major topics are family concerns, especially relating to women; work on plantations in Rockingham, Caswell, and Alamance counties, N.C.; Ruffin's legal practice; borrowing and lending money; the State Bank; Ruffin's other business ventures, including a slave-trading partnership; and his brother's business in Alabama. There is considerable correspondence with merchants in Petersburg, Va., Hillsborough, N.C., and Fayetteville, N.C., about debt collection and legal business. Letters about national politics appear particularly around the War of 1812 and the Civil War. Also included are letters from two of Ruffin's sons who were officers in the Confederate army (5th North Carolina Infantry Regiment and 13th North Carolina Infantry Regiment), and letters about political and economic conditions in the Confederacy. There are letters as well from family members who were students at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, 1813 through the 1840s. Among the correspondents are Ruffin's father-in-law, William Kirkland; his sons-in-law, J.B.G. Roulhac and Paul Carrington Cameron; and friends and business associates, including Archibald De Bow Murphey, Duncan Cameron, and George Badger11ocn074270842book19241.00Millsaps, VeraEducational theories and influence of Archibald D. MurpheyHistory11ocn703219715book1.00Moffitt, E. ECatalogue of law books formerly belonging to Judge A.D. Murphy [i.e. Murphey], ex-Gov. Worth, and S.S. Jackson, Esq. : for sale by Mrs. Elvira E. Jackson, Ashboro [sic], N.CCatalogs11ocn023269353mix1.00North Carolina court papersHistoryA court docket, Rowan County, N.C., August term, 1769; a lengthy document headed "Gentlemen of the Jury," about the responsibilities of grand juries, probably by Archibald De Bow Murphey, undated; records of the court of equity, Morgan District, N.C., 1806; and a few other miscellaneous records of 18th-century North Carolina courts11ocn502388661book18601.00Graham, William AMemoir of Hon. Archibald D. Murphey : late a judge of the Superior Court of North CarolinaBiography11ocn033834201mix1.00Webb, JamesJames Webb papersHistoryPrimarily business papers relating to banking and cotton manufacturing in North Carolina and mercantile business in North Carolina and Alabama. Papers include personal and business letters as well as financial and legal papers and account books of James Webb and of his family and business associates. Only a few items relate to Webb's medical practice. Many documents relate to Webb's business dealings with Osmond F. Long, Robert Dickins, David Yarbrough, Mary W. Burke, Archibald D. Murphey, and others. There are also many documents, 1815-1846, of Webb as agent of the Bank of Cape Fear at Hillsborough, N.C., and of Webb and Douglass and J. & J.H. Webb, partnerships of James Webb, Jr., and John H. Webb, engaged in the milling and manufacturing of cotton textiles in the 1850s and early 1860s. Also included are Strudwick family papers, chiefly of Samuel Strudwick and his son William F. Strudwick; papers of Henry Neal, mostly related to Tennessee lands; letters and other items addresssed to William Bond, a merchant of North Carolina and Tennessee; and papers of the Burke, Doherty, and Yarbrough families of North Carolina and Alabama11ocn024144908mix1.00Yancey, BartlettBartlett Yancey papersHistoryPapers include frequent letters to Bartlett Yancey from Nathaniel Macon, Romulus Mitchell Saunders, and Lewis Williams, and scattered letters from John C. Calhoun, William H. Crawford, Willie P. Mangum, Archibald D. Murphey, Thomas Ruffin, and other prominent men, particularly concerning the preliminaries of the elections of 1824 and 1828, reflecting the viewpoint of the "Old Republican" group which supported William H. Crawford for the presidency in 1824 and Andrew Jackson in 182811ocn039374802book1.00Swaim, LyndonArchibald D. MurpheyFri Mar 21 15:47:05 EDT 2014batch22998