|Other titles||George G. Barnard vs. John J. Gaul and Mary H., his wife|
|Genre||Trials, litigation, etc.|
|Contributions||Gaul, John J., Gaul, Mary H., b. 1808., United States. Circuit Court (1st Circuit)|
|LC Classifications||CT275.B443 A3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||27 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||27|
|LC Control Number||06015865|
A full report of the highly interesting breach of promise case: George G. Barnard, vs. John J. Gaul and Mary H., his wife: tried before Ogden Edwards, Esquire, one of the circuit judges of the Supreme Court, at the City Hall of New York on the 8th, 9th and 10th days of July, containing the whole of the correspondence between the plaintiff and Mrs. Gaul, together with the charge of the judge, and the . A full report of the highly interesting breach of promise case, George G. Barnard, vs. John J. Gaul and Mary H., his wife: tried before Ogden Edwards, Esquire, one of the circuit judges of the Supreme Court, at the City Hall of New York, on the 8th, 9th and 10th days of July, containing the whole of the correspondence between the plaintiff and Mrs. Gaul, together with the charge of the Judge and . “‘Breach of Promise’ offers the fun of following a high-stakes civil case that reveals a kind of courtroom intrigue we haven’t seen since O. J. Simpson, including ‘shadow juries,’ dream-team consultants, underlying biases and sidebar conferences to beat the band the dialogue is clean and smart and the surprise twists wonderfully. The plaintiffs in a sensational breach of promise suit are wealthy social climbers Barton and Delphine Lambert, suing on behalf of their beautiful daughter, Zillah. The defendant is Zillah's alleged fiancé, brilliant young architect Killian Melville, who adamantly declares that he will not, cannot, marry s:
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