Schaumburg v. United States,
103 U.S. 667 (1880)

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Schaumburg v. United States, 103 U.S. 667 (1880)

Schaumburg v. United States

103 U.S. 667


1. United States v. Eckford, 6 Wall. 484, reaffirmed.

2. Where matters of setoff are pleaded by the defendant in a suit brought by the United States, the refusal of the court below to direct the jury to certify the amount which they may find due to him from the plaintiff will not be reviewed here.

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