Commonwealth vs. Hunt

January 2009
Commonwealth vs. Hunt;2009, p111
Primary Source Document
Provides information about the case of conspiracy filed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts against John Hunt and others in 1842. Charge that Hunt and other journeymen bootmakers formed an illegal club and agreed not to work for any person who did not belong to the club; Evidences presented against the defendants; Information about the judgment of the court.


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