Origen Storrs Seymour Law Notebooks
Origen Storrs Seymour; James Gould
Litchfield Law School Collection
Helga J. Ingraham Memorial Library, Litchfield Historical Society
Origen Storrs Seymour (1804-1881) was a student at the Litchfield Law School in 1824. His notebooks consist of 6 volumes of lecture notes from classes taught by James Gould. On the binding of his 6 volumes of law lecture notes: "Gould's Lectures" and "O.S. Seymour". Some subjects included are: Vol. 1 - Municipal Law, Husband and Wife, Parent and Child; Vol. 2 - Actions, Pregotive Rights,Real Property; Vol. 3 - Real Property, Trepass; Farudulent Conveyance; Powers of Chancery; Vol. 5 - Pleadings, New Trilas, Evidence; Vol. 6 - Sheriffs and Jailors, Bailments, Bills of Exchange, Master and servant. Origen S.Seymour also served at an assistant to Judge Gould in the Law School.
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