DUTTON v. PLAIRET, 154 U.S. 563 (1869)

U.S. Supreme Court

DUTTON v. PLAIRET, 154 U.S. 563 (1869)

154 U.S. 563

WILLIAM R. DUTTON
v.
JOHN G. PLAIRET et al.
No. 184.

November 8, 1869

Mr. Chief Justice CHASE delivered the opinion of the court.

Page 154 U.S. 563, 564

The same questions substantially are presented in this case as in the case of Bronson v. Rhodes (heretofore decided at this term) 7 Wall. 229. The principles settled by that judgment require that the judgment of the supreme court of Pennsylvania be affirmed, and it is so ordered.

David W. Sellers, for plaintiff in error.


U.S. Supreme Court

DUTTON v. PLAIRET, 154 U.S. 563 (1869)

154 U.S. 563

WILLIAM R. DUTTON
v.
JOHN G. PLAIRET et al.
No. 184.

November 8, 1869

Mr. Chief Justice CHASE delivered the opinion of the court.

Page 154 U.S. 563, 564

The same questions substantially are presented in this case as in the case of Bronson v. Rhodes (heretofore decided at this term) 7 Wall. 229. The principles settled by that judgment require that the judgment of the supreme court of Pennsylvania be affirmed, and it is so ordered.

David W. Sellers, for plaintiff in error.

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