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George Cain

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Complex Analysis Chapter 1 Complex Numbers

Complex Analysis Chapter 10 Poles Residues

Complex Analysis Chapter 11 Argument Principle

Complex Analysis Chapter 2 Complex Functions

Complex Analysis Chapter 3 Elementary Functions

Complex Analysis Chapter 4 Integration

Complex Analysis Chapter 5 Cauchy's Theorem

Complex Analysis Chapter 6 More Integration

Complex Analysis Chapter 7 Harmonic Functions

Complex Analysis Chapter 8 Series

Complex Analysis Chapter 9 Taylor And Laurent Seri

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 1 Euclidean Three

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 10 Sequences

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 11

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 12 Integration

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 13 More Integration

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 14 One Dimension

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 15

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 16

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 17

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 18 Stokes

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 19

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 2 Vectors Algebra

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 3 Vector

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 4 Derivatives

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 5 More Dimensions

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 6 Linear Functions

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 7 Continuity

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 8

Multivariable Calculus Chapter 9

 

George Caines

George Caines (born in 1771; died in Catskill, New York, July 10, 1825), was the first official Reporter of cases in the United States, appointed by the State Supreme Court of New York in accordance with legislation enacted by that state in April, 1804. He occupied the office for one year, producing three volumes of the Reports, containing decisions from May 1803 to November 1805. Under the archaic abbreviation system once used for case citations, these reports are officially known as Caines' Reports, and are abbreviated as (vol) Cai. R. (page). Cases from other courts also reported by Caines are in volumes titled Caines' Cases, abbreviated as (vol) Cai. Cas. (page), while his edited versions of cases reported by William Coleman are titled Coleman & Caines' Cases, abbreviated as (vol) Cole. & Cai. Cas. (page).

Prior to becoming Reporter, Caines was a New York City lawyer, published the first volume of Lex Mercatoria Americana and prosecuted a noted libel case, People v. Croswell (3 Johns. Cas. 337 [1804]).

In 1819, Caines was among the founding members of the Missionary and Bible Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He is buried in the Thompson Street Cemetery in Catskill.



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