File:Federal Cases, Volume 28.djvu

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English: The Federal Cases, comprising cases argued and determined in the circuit and district courts of the United States from the earliest times to the beginning of the Federal Reporter, arranged alphabetically by the titles of the cases and numbered consecutively. Book 28: U.S. v. Sweeney-Waling, Case No. 16,426-Case No. 17,059.
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Author United States Federal Judiciary

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