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1 DECISION IN THE GREAT INDIA RUBBER CASE OF CHARLES GOODYEAR VS. HORACE
United States., Circuit Court (3rd Circuit). 1852 Paperback 3 United States. Circuit Court (3rd Circuit). DECISION IN THE GREAT INDIA RUBBER CASE OF CHARLES GOODYEAR VS. HORACE H. DAY, Delivered September 28th, 1852. The Cause Having Been Argued at the Last March Term of the United States Circuit Court at Trenton, N.J., Before Judges Grier and Dickerson, by Daniel Webster and James T. Brady, for the Plaintiff, and Rufus Choate and Francis B. Cutting for the Defendant. NY: no pub., 1852. 28p, paper wraps, lightly worn, a few pencil notes, g-vg. This is the decision in one of the most notable trials of the nineteenth century. Daniel Webster represented Charles Goodyear. The trial record consumes 4 volumes of testimony and the decision resulted in a complete vindication of Goodyear's case and a clear statement by the court recognizing Goodyear as the inventor of vulcanization and upholding his patent. (Wolf, H. & R. RUBBER. NY, 1936. P. 329). Ralph Wolf in his biography of Goodyear devotes an entire chapter to the decision in the case. (Wolf. INDIA RUBBER MAN. Caldwell, Idaho, 1939. P. 207-212). 
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