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Writing from Albany, in this letter Burr summarizes developments in legal cases and notes the "total rejection of my bill in the Senate." 1814.
Albany 9 Ap. 1814 The letters by your Steam boat of Thursday have not yet been delivered, nor do I know that the boat has arrived. My last (6th) informed you of the total rejection of my bill in the Senate. There is no probability that it will be reviewed. On Thursday In Court of Errors Judt. was given in favor of Classon vs Shotwell & Judt. of S.G. reversed. Kent claimed + exercised the Right of Voting. He read a very elaborate opinion of nearly one hour manifesting extreme Solicitude & Irritation. He got 3 Votes. Evidence for ? AB
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Aaron Burr, Senate, bill, rejection, Court of Errors, Classon vs Shotwell & Judt of S.G., Kent, Albany, New York, April 9 1814, G.W. Lathrop
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