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The Late duel between the Hon. D.C. Broderick, U.S. Senator, and the Hon. D.S. Terry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California - A Statement written by an Eye-witness.
1859 September 17
Senator Broderick vehemently opposed the senior Senator, William M. Gwin, and he denounced Gwin's champion, California Chief Justice David S. Terry who challenged him to a pistol duel. Cf. A Companion to California.
At head of title: From Daily Morning Call, September 17.
1 sheet (p.) ; 31 x 22 cm.
San Francisco : Daily Morning Call, 1859.
The Late duel between the Hon. D.C. Broderick, U.S. Senator, and the Hon. D.S. Terry, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of California - A Statement written by an Eye-witness, Broadsides, Vault B-053, California Historical Society
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Broderick, David Colbreath, 1820-1859Terry, David Smith, 1823-1889Morning CallDuelingPolitics and government
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