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Fri Mar 21 17:09:58 2014 UTClccn-n880020980.00Citizens' almanack for the year of our Lord 18310.851.00A lecture on government, delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, November 22, 185335236335John_McLeann 880020982328547Mac Lean, John 1785-1861MacLean, John 1785-1861McClean, John, 1785-1861McLean (Judge) (John), 1785-1861McLean, Justice (John), 1785-1861McLean, Mr. (John), 1785-1861M'Lean, John, 1785-1861lccn-no93012043Weisenburger, Francis P.(Francis Phelps)1900-1980lccn-n79006848United StatesSupreme Courtlccn-n79041938Sprague, William B.(William Buell)1795-1876lccn-n50078822Monroe, James1758-1831lccn-n85141072United StatesCircuit Court (6th Circuit)lccn-n96097501Spring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati, Ohio)lccn-n79006865United StatesCongresslccn-n89610679United StatesCircuit Court (7th Circuit)lccn-n80067096Marshall, John1755-1835lccn-nr91036456Worcester, S. A.(Samuel Austin)1798-1859McLean, John1785-1861Trials, litigation, etcTreatiesBiographyHistorySourcesDirectoriesNewspapersRegistersRecords and correspondenceMcLean, John,United StatesGeorgiaWorcester, S. A.--(Samuel Austin),Cherokee Indians--MissionsUnited States.--Supreme CourtMonroe, James,Crimes against peaceCherokee IndiansSpring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati, Ohio)Law reports, digests, etcUnited States.--CongressOhio--CincinnatiCemeteriesNew York (State)--AlbanySermons, AmericanConsecration of cemeteriesCherokee Indians--Government relationsSpeeches, addresses, etc., AmericanOhio--Tuscarawas CountyLand titles--Registration and transferBimeler, Joseph Michael,Goesele, John GIndians of North AmericaPolitical scienceIndians of North America--Social life and customsAlbertaPostal serviceMethodistsSiksika IndiansIndians of North America--Government relationsOhio--Warren CountyJudgesEmployees--Salaries, etcUnited States.--Post Office DepartmentPostmastersOhio--Lebanon (Warren County : Civil jurisdiction)Post office stations and branchesRailroadsOsgood, Samuel,Meigs, Return Jonathan,United States.--Postmaster GeneralKendall, Amos,Granger, Gideon,Habersham, Joseph,Barry, William T.--(William Taylor),Pickering, Timothy,IllinoisRailroad Bridge Company (Quincy, Ill.)Iowa--Davenport1785186118081816181718191823182418251826182718281829183018311832183418371838184318451846184718481849185018511852185318541855185618591861188518931899191319141937194319631965196619671968196919711988199920002007200920112355181248970.00497K5250ocn001408664ocn794351753ocn757461982ocn0573358322586ocn060723280file18380.86United StatesCharge delivered by Judge McLean to the grand jury of the U.S. Circuit Court, at the December term, 1838History2535ocn060728551com18310.86McLean, JohnAn eulogy on the character and public services of James Monroe, late President of the United States delivered in Cincinnati, August 27, 1831, in compliance with an invitation from the citizens1084ocn015576547book18160.94McLean, JohnThe following letter on the compensation bill was addressed by Mr. McLean to a friend it is an impartial view of the subject, and is worthy of perusal1017ocn003225449book18320.90United StatesOpinion of the Supreme Court of the United States, at January term 1832Trials, litigation, etcTreaties984ocn004611974book0.88United StatesReports of cases argued and decided in the Circuit court of the United States for the Seventh circuit882ocn795891760file18490.90Spring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati, Ohio)Cemetery of Spring Grove its charter, rules and regulations : also an address delivered at the consecration, by the Hon[orable] John M'Lean, and a catalogue of the proprietors on the 1st of May 1849817ocn368024828book18540.86McLean, JohnSketch of Rev. Philip GatchBiography323ocn004418863book18450.86McLean, JohnAddress delivered on the consecration of the Spring Grove cemetery near Cincinnati, August 20th, 1845222ocn317085475book19650.97United StatesLetters sent by the Postmaster General, 1789-1836HistorySourcesRecords and correspondence223ocn009367980serial0.76The Western starNewspapers194ocn050119649book18280.92United StatesList of post-offices in the United States : with the names of the post-masters of the counties and states to which they belong ; the distances from the city of Washington, and the seats of state governments, respectively ; exhibiting the state of post-offices, on the 1st of June, 1828DirectoriesRegisters91ocn183226224book18550.86McLean, JohnOpinion of Judge M'Lean, : delivered at Chicago, July, 1855. In the case of the United States vs. the Railroad Bridge Company, et alTrials, litigation, etc91ocn005457170book18310.29McLean, JohnAn eulogy on the character and public services of James Monroe, late President of the United States:91ocn002697697book18490.97Spring Grove Cemetery (Cincinnati, Ohio)Cemetery of Spring Grove: its charter, rules, and regulations, also an address delivered at the consecration [Aug. 20th, 1845]72ocn666634689com0.86United StatesReports of cases argued and determined in the Circuit Court of the United States for the Seventh Circuit (1829-1883)71ocn069020683book18490.73McLean, JohnA sketch of the life of Rev. John CollinsBiography61ocn026254013book18541.00McLean, JohnA lecture on government, delivered before the Young Men's Mercantile Library Association, of Cincinnati, November 22, 185351ocn013342577book18310.47McLean, JohnAn address prepared at the request of the Union and Jefferson Societie's of Augusta College54ocn026606216book18520.47McLean, JohnThe State of Pennsylvania versus the Wheeling and Belmont Bridge Co., and others : opinion of the court and decreeTrials, litigation, etc41ocn025441567book19660.79MacLean, JohnSocial organization of the Blackfoot Indians48911ocn000133415book19370.76Weisenburger, Francis PThe life of John McLean; a politician on the United States Supreme CourtBiography4168ocn060721119com18610.86Sprague, William BA discourse delivered Sunday morning, April 7, 1861, in the Second Presbyterian Church, Albany, in commemoration of the late Hon. John McLean, LL. D. one of the justices of the Supreme Court of the United StatesBiographySermons673ocn495783840com18530.93Quinn, DavidA review and comparison of the two decisions pronounced by Judge McLean, in the case of Goesele, et al., vs. Bimeler, et al., in Chancery the first decision pronounced for the United States Circuit Court for the district of Ohio, the other for the Supreme Court of the United States, to which the case was appealedHistoryTrials, litigation, etc222ocn023683030book18610.97Clark, D. WThe problem of life a funeral discourse on the occasion of the death of Hon. John M'Lean, LL. D., one of the Associate Judges of the Supreme Court of the United States, preached in Wesley Chapel, Cincinnati, at the joint request of the pastor and the family of the deceased, April 28, 1861BiographySermons113ocn003384856mix18170.92McLean, JohnPapersSources102ocn806275918com18470.95A voice from the West for John M'Lean, of Ohio, for the Presidency82ocn024518435book18460.66VeritasA sketch of the life of John McLean, of Ohio61ocn013820500book18610.96Clark, D. WThe problem of life : a funeral discourse on the occasion of the death of Hon. John M'Lean, LL. D ... preached in Wesley Chapel, Cincinnati, at the joint request of the pastor and the family of the deceased, April 28, 186151ocn011183621book0.92Phillips, Hazel SpencerJohn McLeanHistory31ocn030552466book1830Citizens' almanack for the year of our Lord 183121ocn078307131book18851.00Force, M. FMemoir of John McLean21ocn028410521mix1.00Noble, CharlesRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence relating to Noble's work as postmaster of Frenchtown/Monroe, Mich., and surveyor general (1849-1853) for a district embracing Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana; and to his other interests, including the Monroe branch of the University of Michigan, Michigan Education Association, the Monroe bar, railroads, and family matters. Correspondents include George Bates, Isaac P. Christiancy, Thomas G. Cole, Henry H. Crapo, D.B. Duffield, Charles J. Lanman, Robert McClelland, John McLean, Zina Pitcher, and William Woodbridge21ocn122501563mix19661.00McLean, JohnJohn McLean papersHistoryThe papers relate to John McLean's career as an associate judge of the Ohio Supreme Court, commissioner of the U.S. General Land Office, postmaster general, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, and unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for the U.S. presidency in 1856 and 1860. The papers, which include public and political correspondence, legal files, clippings and printed matter, also concern the problems of the U.S. postal service, the growth of Washington, D.C., Ohio and Cincinnati politics, Indian affairs, international relations, the Whig Party, slavery, secession, and national politics21ocn069594247book0.47Quinn, DavidMemorial of David Quinn to the U.S. Congress : reviewing certain judicial action, and unfolding a train of ingenious and evasive adjudication pursued by John M'Lean, an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court11ocn826850581visu18321.00Newsam, AlbertJohn McLean of OhioPrint shows John McLean, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right11ocn122447116mixSelected personal papers from the Library of CongressSelections from the papers of Duff Green, the Short family (Robert P. Henry to Dr. John F. Henry and Henry Clay to Dr. Henry), Gideon Welles, Levi Woodbury, A. J. Donelson, John McLean, and Galloway-Maxcy-Markoe (Virgil Maxcy)11ocn071254704mix1.00Swisher, Carl BrentCarl Brent Swisher collection of research materials relating to Roger B. TaneyHistoryRecords and correspondenceChiefly reproductions of correspondence, reports, records, and newspapers gathered by Swisher for a history of Roger B. Taney's tenure as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Subjects include African Americans, the Bank of the United States, censorship, Civil War, currency, emancipation, Indians, international relations, slavery, slave trade, U.S. Supreme Court, and various court cases. Individuals represented include Jeremiah S. Black, James Buchanan, John Catron, Salmon P. Chase, Nathan Clifford, David Davis, John McLean, Richard Peters, Joseph Story, Martin Van Buren, Daniel Webster, and Gideon Welles. Includes Swisher's correspondence and notes (1958-1962) chiefly relating to administrative matters of the Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise. Swisher's correspondents include Joseph P. Blickensderfer, Lloyd A. Dunlap, and Paul A. Freund11ocn826850583visu18321.00Newsam, AlbertJohn McLean of OhioPrint shows John McLean, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly right11ocn003246496book18481.00Webster, DanielLetter, 1848 May 27, Washington, to [H. Ketchum, New York]Mr. Cushman and Mr. Seaton foresee difficulty in electing Taylor. Crittenden sees a problem with Scott. Judge Bennett's first choice is Judge McLean11ocn064546674visu1.00Howland, Henry EliasHenry Elias Howland daguerreotype collectionHistoryPortraitsTwo portraits depict Zachary Taylor. The portrait of Taylor dressed in a military uniform is a copy photograph of an image originally created during or immediately after the Mexican War, ca. 1848. The portrait of Taylor dressed in a civilian suit was created at the White House, March 1849Fri Mar 21 15:50:47 EDT 2014batch24718