1. The Forrest divorce case. Catharine N. Forrest against Edwin Forrest. Fully and correctly reported by the reporter of the National police gazette; with opening and concluding arguments of counsel, charge of the court, letters from Mr. and Mrs. Forrest, and other persons of standing and influence, together with the Consuelo letter, and other interesting details, leading to this controversy ...
New York, Stringer & Townsend 1852
Washington, D.C., [s.n.] 1852
4. The report of the Forrest divorce case : being a verbatim report of the testimony taken in the action for divorce by Catharine N. Forrest vs. Edwin Forrest, tried before Justice Oakley, in the New York Superior court, commenced Tuesday, December 16, 1851 / Reported by the law reporter of the New York Herald.
New York, De Witt & Davenport 1852
6. The new doctrine of clerical privilege : an address delivered in Tremont Temple on the 26th and 27th of January, 1852 / by J.H. Fairchild.
Boston, Sold by Redding and Co., 1852 (Dutton and Wentworth, printers) 1852
7. The protest and appeal of George Washington Doane, Bishop of New Jersey : as aggrieved, by William Meade, George Burgess, and Charles Pettit McIlvaine : and his reply to the false, calumnious, and malignant representations of William Halsted, Caleb Perkins, Peter V. Coppuck, and Bennington Gill : on which they ground their uncanonical, unchristian and inhuman procedure, in regard to him
Philadelphia, Pa., King & Baird 1852
New York, [s.n.] 1852
New York, [s.n] 1852