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Fri Mar 21 17:11:24 2014 UTClccn-no950038600.00Report of the Commissioner of the Fund for the Insane to the General Assembly, May session, 1855. [By Henry Dutton.]0.891.00Deed of land in Newtown, Conn.,3217154Henry_Duttonno 950038603758051lccn-n79074102Connecticutlccn-n79042218ConnecticutGeneral Assemblylccn-no95003861Cowdrey, N. A.(Nathaniel Ackley)-1885edtlccn-no2004009693Waldo, Loren P.(Loren Pinckney)1802-1881lccn-no2004009695Fellowes, Francis1803-1888lccn-no2004009714Booth, David B.(David Belden)1824-1889lccn-n82219699Swift, Zephaniah1759-1823lccn-n2007160989Perry, O. H.(Oliver Henry)1815-1882lccn-no92006595Merryman, John1824-1881np-fielding, robertFielding, RobertDutton, Henry1796-1869DigestsConnecticutLawContractsPolitical scienceGreat BritainUnited StatesHabeas corpusMerryman, John,Forms (Law)Yale Law SchoolLaw reports, digests, etcDutton, Henry,DeedsStatutesConnecticut--NewtownGovernorsMentally ill--CareLawyersBuckingham, William A.--(William Alfred),Viets, Roger,Davis, James HBissell, Clark,Trumbull, Jonathan,Public officersConnecticut--WethersfieldAutographsTudor familyJarvis, Abraham,Goodwin, Nathaniel,Bulkeley, Morgan G.--(Morgan Gardner),Palfrey, John Gorham,American Civil War (1861-1865)Trumbull, Benjamin,Middleton, ThomasBaldwin, Simeon E.--(Simeon Eben),Crandall, Prudence,Ancient Burying Ground (Hartford, Conn.)Insanity (Law)Holley, Alexander H.--(Alexander Hamilton),Goodrich, Chauncey,Platt, Orville Hitchcock,Gould, Benjamin Apthorp,Trumbull, Jonathan,Trumbull, J. Hammond--(James Hammond),JudgesChurch buildingsStaples, Seth Perkins,Hitchcock, Samuel J.--(Samuel Johnson),Manners and customsEducators179618691823182618331837184418481849185318541855185618611862186618711874188418871900190119091917193619932002201313114182340.09746KFC3630ocn026989472ocn062420347ocn676712135ocn031361646ocn235251587ocn264732420ocn000831344ocn71944208137219ocn060728662file18490.92Dutton, HenryA revision of Swift's Digest of the laws of ConnecticutDigests3046ocn659320417file18540.90ConnecticutThe statutes of the state of Connecticut to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Connecticut1948ocn697711312file18480.93ConnecticutThe revised statutes of the state of Connecticut to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the state of Connecticut1633ocn423609757file18660.92ConnecticutThe general statutes of the state of Connecticut to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Connecticut1092ocn317695743com18610.90Dutton, HenryWrit of habeas corpus Ex-parte Merryman242ocn000831344book18330.95Dutton, HenryThe Connecticut digest, comprising all the decisions in Kirby's Reports, the two volumes of Root's Reports, the five volumes of Day's Reports, and the first seven volumes, and a part of the eight, of Connecticut reports [1764-1830]; also, some of the analogous decisions by the courts of the neighboring states and of the United States, together with critical and explanatory observations on the Digest of Judge Swift151ocn837291871file0.47Dutton, HenryA revision of Swift's Digest of the laws of Connecticut51ocn050437056book18660.96ConnecticutThe general statutes of the state of Connecticut21ocn859234301book20130.10Dutton, HenryRevision of swift's digest of the laws of connecticut. also, practice, forms21ocn183221555book18230.88Comyn, SamuelA treatise of the law relative to contracts and agreements not under seal with cases and decisions thereon in the action of assumpsit21ocn558905213book1833Dutton, HenryThe Connecticut Digest, comprising all the decisions in Kirby's reports ... Root's reports ... Day's reports, and the first seven volumes and part of the eighth, of Connecticut reports; ... together with ... observations on the digest of Judge Swift22ocn065163353book18371.00Dutton, HenryDeed of land in Newtown, Conn22ocn752442358book1866The General Statutes of the State of Connecticut: to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution of the State of Connecticut, etc. [Edited by Henry Dutton, Loren P. Waldo and David B. Booth.]21ocn558718728book1854The Statutes of the State of Connecticut: to which are prefixed the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the State of Connecticut, etc. [Edited by Henry Dutton, Loren P. Waldo and Francis Fellowes.]22ocn191678511book18441.00Dutton, HenryDeed of land in Newtown, Conn21ocn031164077book18551.00ConnecticutReport21ocn558725185book1855Report of the Commissioner of the Fund for the Insane to the General Assembly, May session, 1855. [By Henry Dutton.]11ocn155834775book18551.00Institute of LivingReport of the Commissioner of the fund for the insane to the General Assembly : May session, 1855 ; printed by order of the Legislature11ocn024497660book1854Dutton, HenryLetter, 1854 August 16, New Haven, Conn., to Walter S. AlexanderAppreciates the opportunity legislative office gives of improving the morality of the community11ocn056357107bookConnecticut[Proclamations, 1854-1855]863ocn606822378file16960.73England and WalesBy the King, a proclamation for apprehending and securing the person of Robert Fielding22ocn702855615book18531.00Hon. Henry Dutton of New-Haven, Connecticut11ocn748812434book18710.10The Washington Stubbs familyHistoryPeriodicalsGenealogy11ocn422594906mixHoadley, Charles JCharles J. Hoadley and George E. Hoadley autograph collectionHistoryAutographs and autograph letters collected by Charles J. Hoadley and his brother, George E. Hoadley. Collection was categorized by the following subjects: Attorneys-General of the United States; Chief Justices of the United States; Civil War; English Poets & Authors; Female English Poets & Authors; Female Writers; Governors of Connecticut; Judges; Lieutenant Governors of Connecticut; Mayors of Hartford; Men of Note; Naval Officers; New Haven Items; Painters; Poets & Authors; Postmasters General; Presidents; Presidents of Colleges; Revolutionary War; Roman Catholic Bishops, Archbishops, & Cardinals; Secretaries of Connecticut; Secretaries of the Navy; Secretaries of State; Secretaries of the Treasury; Secretaries of War; Signers of the Constitution; Signers of the Declaration of Independence; U.S. Senators from Connecticut; and Vice Presidents. The collection also includes historical materials divided into the following categories: Bills & Receipts; Confederate papers; General Hancock (ship) diary; Granby papers; Hartford papers including records of Christ Church, Ancient Burying Ground and South Burying Ground Cemetery inscriptions, and a county court minute book, 1684-1687; Miss Majolica's School; New Hampshire documents; Poetry; Regulations of the Bar; Simsbury papers; Trinity College; Wethersfield papers; Wethersfield deeds; and Eliza Wharton/Elizabeth Whitman items. Also contains letters and other papers from the following individuals: Simeon Baldwin; Ebenezer Barnard, Jr.; Thomas Brownell; William A. Buckingham; Gershom Bulkeley; Morgan G. Bulkeley; Henry Champion; Prudence Crandall; Henry Dutton; Lafayette S. Foster; Curtiss C. Gardiner; Chauncey Goodrich; Daniel Goodwin; Nathaniel Goodwin; Benjamin A. Gould; Ulysses S. Grant; Joseph R. Hawley; Jeremy Hoadley; Alexander H. Holley; Charles R. Ingersoll; Abraham Jarvis; Thomas Middleton; Nathaniel Minor; Michael Olcott; John G. Palfrey; Nathan Payson; Oliver H. Perry; Orville H. Platt; Agnes Pritchard; Griffin Stedman; Joshua Stow; Benjamin Trumbull; James Hammond Trumbull; Jonathan Trumbull, Jr.; Jonathan Trumbull, Sr.; Elihu Tudor; Tudor family; Alexandre Vattemare; Roger Viets; Noah Webster; Nathan Whiting; Solomon Willes; William Williams; Oliver Wolcott, Jr.; and Oliver Wolcott, Sr. Includes a folder with single autograph letters and a folder of autographs. Also contains papers and notes of George E. Hoadley, William H. Hoadley, and Charles J. Hoadley. George E. Hoadley was a noted Hartford historian and his brother, Charles Hoadley, was a librarian at Trinity College and Connecticut State Librarian for many years11ocn753966002art18870.10Lanman, CharlesDutton, HenryBiographyRegisters11ocn163810324art19090.10Herringshaw, Thomas WilliamDutton, Henry11ocn077496923art2002Hughes, Edan MiltonDutton, Henry11ocn136972706art19000.10Chamberlain, Joshua LawrenceDutton, Henry: Yale B.A. 1818, LL.D. 185411ocn060665098art19010.10Reno, ConradHenry DuttonBiography11ocn122715556art19170.10Dutton, Henry : jurist, governor11ocn702153021bks1.00Dutton, HenryPrivate diary : New JerseyUnbound holograph diary written on sheets of paper numbered P.D. [Private Diary?] No. 26-227 and unnumbered, with leather cover. A pencilled note in an unidentified hand reading, "A portion of the Private Diary of Henry Dutton (son of Professor Matthew R. Dutton of Yale Coll.) 1845-6, Born 1819, Died 1857," is laid in11ocn183316498book19360.92Hicks, Frederick CYale Law School : from the founders to Dutton, 1845-1869History01ocn078234531visuYale Law School[Group picture of students in the Yale Law School : July, 1866]Pictorial worksFri Mar 21 15:49:16 EDT 2014batch17820