People vs. Fisher

August 2017
People vs. Fisher;8/1/2017, p2
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Provides information about the New York State case of conspiracy filed by the people of Geneva village, Ontario County, New York against Fisher and others in 1834. Conviction of Fisher and other journeymen shoemakers for conspiracy to fix prices for men's boots; Information about the error from the Ontario general sessions; Statements of Attornney H.F. Penfield of the people, C.P. Kirkland of the defendants and Justice Savage of the court about the case.


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