Russell v. Stansell,
105 U.S. 303 (1881)

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Russell v. Stansell, 105 U.S. 303 (1881)

Russell v. Stansell

105 U.S. 303


Where the land within a particular district was assessed for taxation, each owner being liable only for the amount wherewith he was separately charged, and the bill of complaint, filed by a number of them, praying for an injunction against the collection of the assessment, was dismissed, and they appealed here, held that the several amounts cannot be united to make up the sum necessary to give this Court jurisdiction.

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