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1862 - undated

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Harry M. Bennett by his father Andrew Bennett v. Col. Somers, 2nd Maryland Regiment, January 3, 1862.
Petition: of Columbus Breescup for Writ of Habeas Corpus, April 10, 1862.
Petition: of Deborah Hazlett for her son James Hazlett for Writ of Habeas Corpus, May 10, 1862.
Federal pardon, Benjamin Brown, 18 June 1863, signed by President Abraham Lincoln and Secretary of State William Seward.

Petition: for Writ of Habeas Corpus In the Matter of Ralph Abercrombie, a prisioner [Confederate spy], December 20, 1863.

Petition of Elizabeth Turner (Colored) by her next friend Charles Henry Minowky for Habeas Corpus, September 18, 1867 (first in a series brought relating to apprenticeship of the children of former slaves).

Memorandum of Examiner fees under 67 Equity Rule, December 13, 1894.

Documents relating to death of the Honorable Thomas J. Morris, District Judge:
Transcript document with signatures, Memorial Minute to Judge Morris, submitted by a committee appointed to represent the Bar, June 14, 1912;
Photograph of Judge Thomas J. Morris;
Transcript document with edits, Bar of Baltimore City, "Presentation of Portrait of Judge Morris"

Typescript document with edits, Minute of Proceedings upon Announcement of Death of Robert Lyon Rogers, U.S. Commissioner, undated.