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CASES

ARGUED AND ADJUDGED

IN

The Supreme Court

OF

THE UNITED STATES,

DECEMBER TERMS, 1869 AND 1870.

REPORTED BY

JOHN WILLIAM WALLACE.

VOL. X.

WASHINGTON, D.C.:
W. H. & O. H. MORRISON,
Lab Publishers and Booksellers.

1871.

LANG Re
KF

.A212

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TIIV

Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1871,

By W. H. & O. H. MORRISON,

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.

VIAS

RECTAS

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OF THE

SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,

As MADE APRIL 4, 1870, UNDER THE Acts of CONGPESS OF JULY 23, 1866, AND

March 2, 1867.

NAME OF THE JUDOP, AND STATE NUMBER AND TERRITORY OF TUE DATE AND AUTHOR OF THE JUDGE'S WHENCE COMIXG.

CIRCUIT

COMMISSION.

CHIEF JUSTICE.

FOURTH.
Hox. S. P. CHASE, MARYLAND, West Vir.
Ohio.

GINTA, Virginia, North
CAROLINA, AND SOUTH
CAROLINA.

1864. December 6th. PRESIDENT LINCOLN.

SECOND.

ASSOCIATES.
Hon. SAML. NELSON, New York, Vermont,
New York.

AND CONNECTICUT.

1845. February 14th. PRESIDENT TYLER.

THIRD.
Hox. WM. STRONG, Pennsylvania, New JER.

Pennsylvania. SEY, AND DELAWARE.

1870. February 18th. PRESIDENT GRANT.

FIRST.

Hon. N. CLIFFORD, MAINE, NEW HAMPSHIRE,
Maine.

MASSACHUSETTS,
Rhode ISLAND.

1858. January 12th. PRESIDENT BUCHANAN.

AXD

FIFTII.

Hox. J. P. BRADLEY, GEORGIA, FLORIDA, ALA-
New Jersey.

BAMA, MississiPPI,

Lou-
ISLA XA, AND TEXAS.

1870. March 21st. PRESIDENT GRANT.

SIXTH.

1862. January 24th. PRESIDENT LINCOLN.

Hon. N. H. SWAYNE, Ono, MICHIGAN, KEN.
Ohio.

TUCKY, AND TENNESSEE.

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MEMORANDA.

THE HONORABLE ROBERT COOPER GRIER, late an Associate Justice of this Court, who, on account of increasing physical infirmities, retired from this Bench on the 31st of January, 1870, departed this life at his residence in the city of Philadelphia, on Sunday the 25th of the September following:

THE CHIEF JUSTICE did not participate in any of the judg. ments reported in this volume after pago 141. Nor did Mr. Justice NELSON participate in those reported between pages 141 and 410. Both were detained by indisposition from their seats when the cases were heard or adjudged.

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