Stewart v. Ingle, 22 U.S. 526 (1824)

U.S. Supreme Court

Stewart v. Ingle, 22 U.S. 526 (1822)

Stewart v. Ingle

22 U.S. 526

U.S. Supreme Court

Stewart v. Ingle, 22 U.S. 526 (1822)

Stewart v. Ingle

22 U.S. 526

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR

THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

MR. JUSTICE WASHINGTON, after consultation with the judges, stated, that according to the rules and practice of the court, a return made by by the Clerk was a sufficient return.

Motion denied.

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