Letter, 19 Jan. 1835, of Chapman Johnson, Richmond, Va. to Mr. Preston, n.p. Discusses how Dr. Alexander McCall of Washington County has asked him to furnish a written note of argument, with reference to authorities, in the case of "King v. White" in the Supreme Court; understands that Preston will again argue the case for the appellant King so will send the note to him if this meets with his approval; asks Preston to inform him when the case will be argued and whether the argument will embrace the whole case or particular points. 1 p.
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Chapman Johnson Letter to Mr. Preston, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.