Clarke v. Kownslar,
35 U.S. 657 (1836)

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Clarke v. Kownslar, 35 U.S. 10 Pet. 657 657 (1836)

Clarke v. Kownslar

35 U.S. (10 Pet.) 657


The circuit court was required to instruct the jury upon points of law growing out of allegations of facts of which there was no evidence or proof. The refusal of the court to do so was correct.

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