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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
0 Publisher's Preface  msfry 3:20,402 words, Text appears before Volume 1 Listen PL OK
1 1.1 The Munn Trial, Part 1  msfry 37:39, 5783 words, end at “explained his infamy to Munn” Listen PL OK
2 1.2 The Munn Trial, Part 2  msfry 5115 words, Begin at “If there is anything which makes my blood boil” Listen PL OK
3 2.1 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 1  Roger 5548 words, end with “not a shingle is left—not one.” Listen PL OK
4 2.2 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 2  Roger 46:26, 5860 words. Begin with “Let us take the next route, 38135.” End with “Mr. Brady acted in accordance with law.” cl. 9/5 Listen PL OK
5 2.3 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 3  Roger 42:47 5457 words Begin with: “Now, we come to some more. 44160.”, End with “the expedition was fraudulent.” PL 10/6 Listen PL OK
6 2.4 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 4   5362 words Begin with: “Now I have gone through every route with the payments." End with “as the Court will give it to them, honestly and fairly.” Open
7 2.5 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 5   5614 words Begin with: Now, I am coming to the evidence against John W. Dorsey”. End with “Utterly false!” Open
8 2.6 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 6   4710 words Begin with: “Come now to route 38140.” End with “conspirator in furtherance of the common object." Open
9 2.7 First Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 7   4834 words Begin with: Now, let us see what the court says about it: End Open
10 3.1 Second Star Route Trial, Opening Address, Part 1  Teddy 5667 words. End with: “hoed by malice and watered by hatred.” Listen PL OK
11 3.2 Second Star Route Trial, Opening Address, Part 2  Teddy 4796 words. Begin with: “The next suspicious circumstance, gentlemen, is that we bid.” End with: “understanding things as we go along.” Listen PL OK
12 3.3 Second Star Route Trial, Opening Address, Part 3  Teddy 4546 words. Begin with: “Now, from the time Mr. Vaile took the route” End with: “when you come to place it before your mind.” Listen PL OK
13 3.4 Second Star Route Trial, Opening Address, Part 4  Teddy words. Begin with: “Now, the next great trouble in this case, gentlemen”. End with: “the order was made exactly as I have stated.” Listen PL OK
14 3.5 Second Star Route Trial, Opening Address, Part 5  Teddy 6706 words. Begin with: “The next badge of fraud that is charged” End with: “That, gentlemen, is all I wish to say in this opening.” Listen PL OK
15 4.1 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 1  williamjones 4220 words End with: Now, let us see if I am right about the law. Assigned
16 4.2 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 2  williamjones 4947 words Begin with: “The first case to which I will call the attention of the Court”, End with “the exact position of these other people.” Assigned
17 4.3 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 3  williamjones 5491 words Begin with: “The next claim is, although there was no conspiracy”, End with “That is enough in regard to Mr. Moore upon that one point.” Assigned
18 4.4 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 4  williamjones 5339 words Begin with: “There is one little piece of testimony” End with: “were I a defendant and they my counsel.” Assigned
19 4.5 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 5  unclejoe 6210 words Begin with: “Now I am going to demonstrate this.” End with: “Who was Jennings?” cl 10/16 Assigned
20 4.6 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 6   4301 words Begin with: “That brings us to the Jennings's claim.” End with “you cannot believe him when he is under oath.” Open
21 4.7 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 7   5468 words Begin with: “Now I come to the affidavit” End with “There is no truth in it, gentlemen.” Open
22 4.8 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 8   4416 words Begin with: “Now, in order to prepare your mind for the next point,” End with: “he did not charge his mind with it.” Open
23 4.9 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 9   4650 words Begin with: “Now for 11 B:” End with “taken altogether or not at all.” Open
24 4.10 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 10   5490 words Begin with: “Now, with all these contradictions upon his head” End with “That is my idea of a great and noble Government.” Open
25 4.11 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 11   4240 words Begin with: “The next point to which I call your attention” End with “had nothing whatever to do with the Government.” Open
26 4.12 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 12   4514 words Begin with: “There is one other point. I believe Mr. Dorsey did say” End with: “just to prove that one thing, and no more.” Open
27 4.13 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 13   4685 words Begin with: “On the Julian and Colton route there is this peculiarity” End with: “to guide us as to these affidavits.” Open
28 4.14 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 14   4587 words Begin with: “Let me tell you what the law is.” End with “had stated that MacVeagh had told a lie.” Open
29 4.15 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 15   4153 words Begin with: “A curious use of the English language” End with: “I would like to adjourn till to-morrow morning.” Open
30 4.16 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 16   4322 words Begin with: “Now, gentlemen, the next witness” End with, “according to Mr. Bliss.” Open
31 4.17 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 17   4563 words Begin with: “Now, we come to Mr. Boone” End with “here is some more from Mr. Boone:” Open
32 4.18 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 18   4249 words Begin with: “If I had not gone out the service would have undoubtedly failed” End with “That is the solitary exception.” Open
33 4.19 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 19   4646 words Begin with: “Now, gentlemen, I come to a most interesting part of this discussion” End with: “if you can rely on these books.” Open
34 4.20 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 20   4579 words Begin with: “That is the state of the case on these three routes.” End with “was absolutely and perfectly honest.” Open
35 4.21 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 21   5250 words Begin with: “Now, there is another point made.” End with: “That is all there is about that.” Open
36 4.22 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 22   5529 words Begin with: “Now, there is one further point to which I wish” End with “in all the Western States at one time?” Open
37 4.23 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 23   4592 words Begin with: “Gentlemen, is it wonderful that all the people of the West want mails?” End with: “and gratitude to you, gentlemen, one and all.” Open
38 4.24 Second Star Route Trial, Closing Address, Part 24  smike 1803 words Begin with: “The Court. Let me inquire of the counsel” to end. cl 9/1 Assigned
39 5.1 The Davis Will Case, Address To The Jury, Part 1  msfry 4121 words End with: “Mr. Eddy did write it, and nobody else." Listen PL OK
40 5.2 The Davis Will Case, Address To The Jury, Part 2  msfry 27:41 5076 words. Begin with: “I am not through yet.-“ End with: “She recollects that." Listen PL OK
41 5.3 The Davis Will Case, Address To The Jury, Part 3  msfry 3357 words Begin with: “Another improbability.” End with “you will have to find that that will was made.” Listen PL OK
42 5.4 The Davis Will Case, Address To The Jury, Part 4  msfry 40:53, 6302 words Begin with: “Now, what is the next great question in this case,” End with “The Jury disagreed and the case was compromised.” Listen PL OK
43 6. The Russell Case, Argument before the Vice-Chancellor  msfry 4953 words Listen PL OK