Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Judge Durell” in chapter 1 of William Hepworth Dixon, White Conquest: Volume 2:
...ment of the Gulf.
But who were Marshal Packard and General Emory to fight?
No mandate of the United States Courts had been resisted in New Orleans.
No opposition was expected by those Courts.
Judge Durell , the only Federal magistrate in Louisiana, had never made a complaint.
Why, then, was an inferior officer like Stephen B. Packard, urged by Attorney-General Williams, President Grant's legal advis...
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