McStay v. Friedman,
92 U.S. 723 (1875)

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McStay v. Friedman, 92 U.S. 723 (1875)

McStay v. Friedman

92 U.S. 723


Where, in ejectment for a part of the lands confirmed to the City of San Francisco by an act of Congress the validity and operative effect of which were not questioned, the judgment of the Supreme Court of the State of California was adverse to the defendant, who endeavored to make out such possession as would, under the operation of the city ordinance and the act of the legislature, transfer, as he claimed, the title of the city to him, held that this Court has no jurisdiction.

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