McConnell v. Trustees of Town of Lexington
25 U.S. 582

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McConnell v. Trustees of Town of Lexington, 25 U.S. 12 Wheat. 582 582 (1827)

McConnell v. Trustees of Town of Lexington

25 U.S. (12 Wheat.) 582

Syllabus

A question in equity as to the title to a lot of land in the Town of Lexington, Kentucky, reserved as public property and claimed as having been appropriated by the plaintiff's ancestor. Bill dismissed under the circumstances of the case.

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