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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
High finance in the sixties.
New Haven : Yale University Press ; London : H. Milford, Oxford University Press, 1929
|Named Person:||David Dudley Field; David Dudley Field|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Frederick C Hicks; Charles Francis Adams; William McKean Brown Memorial Publication Fund.
|Notes:||"The fifth work published by the Yale University Press on the William McKean Brown Memorial Publication Fund"--Page following title page.
The present volume contains only the first three essays of "Chapters of Erie, and otlher essays" first published in 1871. Those omitted have been replaced by four articles on Erie, written separately and published in 1871 and 1872.
|Description:||410 pages,  leaves of plates : portraits ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||The vantage point / by Frederick C. Hicks --
The march of events --
A chapter of Erie / by Charles Francis Adams, Jr. --
The New York gold conspiracy / by Henry Adams --
An Erie raid / by Charles Francis Adams, Jr. --
The lawyer and his clients / by Albert Stickney --
An inquiry into the Albany and Susquehanna Railroad litigations of 1869, and Mr. David Dudley Field's connection therewith / by George Ticknor Curtis --
A great lawsuit and a Field fight / by Jeremiah S. Black --
The truth of a "great lawsuit" / by Albert Stickney.
|Other Titles:||Chapters from the early history of the Erie Railway|
|Responsibility:||by Charles Francis Adams, Jr. [and others] ; edited, with an introduction, by Frederick C. Hicks.|