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The Duel in Early Upper Canada
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Notes and References
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3Blackstone's Commentaries, Vol. IV, P. 199.
4Hale's Pleas of the Crown, Vol. 1, P. 452.
7Manuscript Term Books of the Court of King's Bench (commencing in 1794) still preserved at Osgoode Hall, Toronto
9Mr. Justice Thorpe, see The Journal of the American Inst. of Criminal Law and Criminology, Vol. 4, P. 12, May 1913, where a fairly full account is given of him
20"The Court of Kings Bench in Upper Canada, 1824-1827" by the present writer. Canada Law Journal, Pp. 1216 (1913)
26This reference contains 2 citations:
- R. v. Peter Cook, 13 St. Tr. 334
- R. v. Edmonds (1821), 4 B. & Aid., 471, 492
28"Personal Sketches of His Own Times," by Sir Jonah Barrington, 1830, Vol. II, pp. 16, 17.
30Mr. Thomas Maybee Radenhurst (called and admitted April 21, 1824)