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Statement of facts regarding the indictment for criminal libel, found by the grand jury against Nicholas Murray Butler, professor of philosophy in Columbia university, and others, upon complaint of Joseph J. Little, president of the board of education of the city of New York.

Author: Joseph James Little
Publisher: [New York], [1899]
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Little, Joseph James, 1841-1913.
Statement of facts regarding the indictment for criminal libel.
[New York, 1899]
(OCoLC)644147564
Named Person: Joseph James Little; Nicholas Murray Butler
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph James Little
OCLC Number: 710049
Description: [1]-23 [1] 21.3 cm

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