Samuel Chase (April 17, 1741 – June 19, 1811) was an Associate Justice of the
United States Supreme Court and earlier was a signatory to the United States ... More »
Samuel Chase was born in Maryland on the seventeenth of April, 1741. He
received a good classical education in Baltimore. He studied law and began
Justice Samuel Chase was the most controversial judge in the Sedition Act trials
and became the target of Republican accusations about the politicization of the ...
Dec 1, 2011 ... Samuel Chase was born in Somerset County, Maryland, 11 April 1741. His
parents ... by Rector Chase in Latin, Greek, literature and history.
CHASE, Samuel, a Delegate from Maryland; born in Princess Anne, Somerset
County, Md., April 17, 1741; was tutored privately and pursued an academic ...
On November 30, 1804, for the third time in its brief history, the Senate began
preparations for ... Samuel Chase had served on the Supreme Court since 1796.
Samuel Chase 1741-1811, political leader in the American Revolution, signer of
the ... The volumes in preparation on the history of the Supreme Court by Julius ...
Chase, Samuel, 1741–1811, political leader in the American Revolution, signer
of the ... See more Encyclopedia articles on: U.S. History: Biographies.
Associate Supreme Court justice Samuel Chase went from supporting states'
rights to becoming a federalist. Learn more at Biography.com.
People & Events Samuel Chase Samuel Chase When Republicans under
Thomas Jefferson led an impeachment attack against Samuel Chase, an