STATE OF FLA. v. STATE OF GA.
52 U.S. 293

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STATE OF FLA. v. STATE OF GA., 52 U.S. 293 (1850)

52 U.S. 293 (How.)

THE STATE OF FLORIDA, COMPLAINANT,
v.
THE STATE OF GEORGIA.

December Term, 1850

MESSRS. JOHNSON and WESTCOTT, solicitors for the complainant, moved the court for leave to file the bill of complaint in the cause and for a writ of subpoena, or such process as to the court may seem proper. Whereupon this court, not being now here sufficiently advised of and concerning what order to render in the premises, took time to consider.

On consideration of the motion made in this case yesterday, by the solicitors for the complainant, it is now here ordered by the court that this bill of complaint be filed, and that process of subpoena be, and the same is hereby, awarded, as prayed for by the complainant, and that said process issue against 'The State of Georgia.'[ State of Fla. v. State of Ga. 52 U.S. 293 (1850) ]

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