Nixdorff v. Smith,
41 U.S. 132 (1842)

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Nixdorff v. Smith, 41 U.S. 16 Pet. 132 132 (1842)

Nixdorff v. Smith

41 U.S. (16 Pet.) 132


A decree of a perpetual injunction on suits instituted on the common law side of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia reversed and the bill dismissed, the as counts between the parties having been erroneously adjusted in the circuit court.

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