United States v. Coe,
174 U.S. 578 (1898)

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United States v. Coe, 174 U.S. 578 (1899)

United States v. Coe

No. 8 of October term, 1897

Petition for rehearing submitted June 29, 1898

Denied May 22, 1899

174 U.S. 578


A petition for the rehearing of this case, which was decided May 23, 1898, and is reported 170 U. S. 170 U.S. 681, is denied on the ground that, after a careful reexamination of the record, the Court adheres to the judgment heretofore rendered, remaining of the opinion that from and after the adoption of the Mexican Constitution of 1836, no power existed in the separate states to make such a grant as the one in this case.

This was a motion for leave to file a petition for a rehearing of a case decided at October term, 1897, and reported in volume 170 U.S. at 170 U. S. 681.

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