HOPKINSON, Joseph, 1770-1842


Extended Bibliography

Hopkinson, Joseph. An address delivered before the Law Academy of Philadelphia, at the opening of the session of 1826-7. Philadelphia: The Law Academy, 1826.

———. Annual discourse delivered before the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts on the 13th of November, 1810. Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep, 1810.

———. Annual oration delivered before the Zelosophic Society of the University of Pennsylvania in the College Hall, July 29th, 1831. Philadelphia: Printed by J.R.A. Skerrett, 1831.

———. Considerations on the abolition of the common law in the United States. Philadelphia: Pub. by William P. Farrand and Co., Fry and Kammerer, printers, 1809.

———. Extract of a letter from Judge Hopkinson, of Philadelphia, to a gentleman in England: Published in the London Morning Chronicle of the 15th October, 1829. [United States: N.p.,1829?]

———. Lecture upon the principles of commercial integrity, and the duties subsisting between a debtor and his creditors: With suggestions of the causes of the defects in these respects in the American commercial character: Delivered to the Mercantile Library Company, March 2, 1832. Philadelphia: Carey and Lea, 1832.

———. Speeches of Joseph Hopkinson and Charles Chauncey, on the judicial tenure, delivered in the Convention of Pennsylvania, for revising the Constitution. Philadelphia: E.L. Carey & A. Hart, 1838.

———. What is our situation? And what our prospects?: A few pages for Americans. By an American. [Philadelphia?: N.p., 1798?]

Konkle, Burton Alva. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842, Jurist: Scholar: Inspirer of the Arts: Author of Hail Columbia. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1931.