Binding: Original cloth
Book Condition: Good+
Edition: First Edition
Size: [i-iii] iv,  6-480 pages
Publisher: Jefferson City, MO: W. G. Cheeney, Public Printer, 1859.
First edition in Good+ condition with lower gatherings exposed, worn joints and hinges, bumped and scuffed corners, rubbed board extremities, cracked spine, damp staining to top edge and fore edge affecting the top corner of each page, and scattered foxing. Bound in later cloth with leather spine label.
The Hon. Albert Jackson of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in the great state of Missouri, was accused of acting "oppressively, corruptly, and with partiality." The text includes the proceedings to impeach Jackson in the Missouri Senate, the court records, the arguments of the defense and prosecution, etc. Jackson was ultimately acquitted of all charges. A rare episode in Missouri History.