A case decided in the Supreme court of the United States, in February, 1793, in which is discussed 'Whether a state be liable to be sued by a private citizen of another state?' (1793)
Alexander Chisholm (1792?–1847) was a British portrait and historical painter.
Call Number - 0014660; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3702; Shows Lady Fauconberg comforting Cromwell as he contemplates Van Dyck's portrait of King Charles (Woodstock, ch. 8).
Call Number - 0007416; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3684; Depicts Nigel Olifaunt parleying with James I and VI and Prince Charles during a deer hunt (Fortunes of Nigel, ch. 12).
Call Number - 0007363; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3626; Shows Jonathan Oldbuck, accompanied by Edie Ochiltree and Hector M'Intyre, at Elspeth Mucklebackit's hut (Antiquary, ch. 40).
Call Number - 0014510; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3678; Depicts Sumburgh Head, Shetland, with Cleveland being rescued from the sea by Mordaunt and Norna of Fitful Head (The Pirate, ch. 7).
Call Number - 0007412; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3705; Depicts a Carthusian monk teaching Catharine Glover, the 'Fair Maid of Perth' with a view of the Tay Valley from Kinoull Hill, 'one of the most beautiful prospects in Scotland' (Fair Maid of Perth, ch. 14).
Call Number - 0007404; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3711; Depicts two women contemplating the sleeping Saxon Hereward (Count Robert of Paris, ch. 2).
Call Number - 0007326; Shelf Mark - Corson P.3034; Depicts Roland Graeme delivering Sir Halbert Glendinning's letter to the Regent Murray (Abbot, ch. 18).
Call Number - 0014676; Shelf Mark - Corson P.2914; Depicts Henry Morton approaching the waterfall at Linklater with a young girl acting as his guide (Old Mortality, ch. 43).
Call Number - 0007465; Shelf Mark - Corson P.2950; Portrait of Effie Deans, known for her beauty as the 'Lily of St. Leonards', as described in The Heart of Midlothian, ch. 9. Illustrates the text: 'Effie Deans had now shot up into a beautiful and blooming girl. Her...