Marshall v. United States,
131 U.S. 391 (1888)

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Marshall v. United States, 131 U.S. 391 (1888)

Marshall v. United States

No. 57

Argued November 1, 1888

Decided November 19, 1888

131 U.S. 391



Marshall v. United States, 124 U. S. 391, is affirmed on rehearing.

This case was heard at October Term 1887, and the judgment below was affirmed. 124 U. S. 124 U.S. 391. A petition for rehearing was granted April 30, 1888, 127 U.S. 786, and the cause was reargued at this term.

MR. CHIEF JUSTICE FULLER, on the 19th of November, 1888, announced that a majority of the Court adhered to the views expressed by MR. JUSTICE HARLAN in the opinion of the Court in this case delivered at the last term, affirming the judgment of the Court of Claims.

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