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Contested election Case of James I Campbell V Robert L Doughton from the Eighth Congressional District of North Carolina

by United States. Congress. House
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Release Date: 1921
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Synopsis : Contested election Case of James I Campbell V Robert L Doughton from the Eighth Congressional District of North Carolina written by United States. Congress. House, published by which was released on 1921. Download Contested election Case of James I Campbell V Robert L Doughton from the Eighth Congressional District of North Carolina Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. A . I thought she lived with her mother . I ha heard she got married . ... Q. Prior to that time her daughter was in the graded school here , wasi she ? -A . Yes , sir . ... Q. He has lived here all his life , hasn't he ? --

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