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The Rights of Married Women. by Francis King Carey. [Baltimore: 1880]. University of Michigan: Humanities Text Initiative.
“The Disposition of the Body after Death,” The American Law Review, Vol. 19 (March/April, 1885) [Access via HeinOnline].
Brief on behalf of the American Beet Sugar Association : opposing the reduction of the duty on raw sugar exported from the island of Cuba to the United States. by Francis King Carey; United States. Baltimore: Murphy, 1902.
“Professional Men and Public Enterprise,” Chicago Legal News, Vol. 38, p. 377 (1906) [Access via HeinOnline].
Compulsory health insurance for Maryland: a letter to members of the City Club of Baltimore. by Francis King Carey; Federated Charities (Baltimore, Md.). Committee on Health Insurance. [Baltimore, Md. : Committee on Health Insurance of the Federated Charities of Baltimore], 1917. Harvard University Open Collections Program.
Preliminary report of the Tax Revision Commission to His Excellency, Albert C. Ritchie, governor of Maryland. April 30, 1923. by Francis King Carey; Maryland. Tax Revision Commission. [Baltimore. 1923].
Final report of the Tax revision commission to His Excellency, Albert C. Ritchie, governor of Maryland. November 30, 1923. by Francis King Carey; Maryland. Tax Revision Commission. [Baltimore. 1923].
French spoliation. U.S. Court of claims. Francis King Carey vs. The United States. Schooner "Two Brothers." Francis King Carey vs. The United States. Schooner "Little Pegg" Notes of arguments, opening and in reply of Wm. E. Earle. by Francis King Carey; William E Earle. [Washington, DC. United States Court of Claims. 192?].
Legal case: Cushing v. U.S., U.S. Court of Claims 22 Ct. Cl. 1 (1886) (French Spoliation Claim) [Access via Westlaw].
Legal case: City of Baltimore v. Baltimore Trust & Guarantee Company, 166 U.S. 673 (1897).
Legal case: Northrop v. Mercantile Trust & Deposit Company of Baltimore, 157 F. 497 (1907) [Access via Westlaw].
Legal case: U.S. v. Ellicott, 223 U.S. 524 (1912) [Access via Westlaw].
Legal case: Stewart v. May, 119 Md. 10 (1912) (along with his son Francis J. Carey) [Access via Westlaw].