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Bill of Demurrer Submitted to the New York Court of Chancery, 1812
1812. Bill of Demurrer Submitted To Chancellor Kent by a Young Martin Van Buren [Manuscript]. Van Buren, Martin [1782-1862]. [Bill of Demurrer Submitted to the New York Court of Chancery]. Kinderhook, NY, 1812. 8 leaves, 8" x 13." Content to rectos and versos of first seven, endorsement to verso of final leaf, items held together with contemporary straight pin. Three horizontal fold lines, light browning and minor edgewear, some wear along a fold line of final leaf. An interesting item. * This bill was submitted to Chancellor Kent on behalf of James J. Van Alen, his half-brother and law partner, and James Vanderpool, who were seeking to recover debts from the estate of Cornelius Master, a Kinderhook attorney. Van Buren was admitted to the New York Bar in 1803. An excellent attorney, he was admitted as a counselor of the Supreme Court in 1807 and was Surrogate of Columbia County in 1808. He was a state senator in 1812 and President from 1837 to 1841.
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