Hugh Maxwell

| death_place = New York City, U.S. | alma_mater = Columbia College | party = Whig | parents = William Maxwell | spouse = Agnes Stevenson | children = 4 | relations = }} Hugh Maxwell (1787 – March 31, 1873) was an American lawyer and politician from New York. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Mathias, Thomas James
Published 1800
Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street opposite Christ-Church
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by Washington, George
Published 1800
Printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street, opposite Christ-Church
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by Brown, Charles Brockden
Published 1799
Printed by H. Maxwell, no. 3 Letitia Court, and sold by Thomas Dobson, Asbury Dickins, and the principal booksellers
Other Authors: ...Maxwell, Hugh...

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by Goldsmith, Oliver
Published 1800
Printed by H. Maxwell, for Mathew Carey, no. 118, Market-Street
Other Authors: ...Maxwell, Hugh...

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by Mathias, Thomas James
Published 1800
printed by H. Maxwell, for A. Dickins, bookseller, North Second Street, opposite Christ-Church
Other Authors: ...Maxwell, Hugh...

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by Gentz, Friedrich von
Published 1800
Published by Asbury Dickins, opposite Christ-Church. H. Maxwell, printer, Columbia-House
Other Authors: ...Maxwell, Hugh...