Callender v. United States

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Callender v. United States, Hempst. 334 (D. Ark. 1846)
by the U.S. District Court for the District of Arkansas

Callender v. United States, Hempst. 334, 4 F. Cas. 1074 (D. Ark. 1846) (No. 2321), before the Hon. Benjamin Johnson, District Judge

United States District Court for the District of Arkansas

Hempst. 334

ANN M. CALLENDER ET AL.  v.  THE UNITED STATES

Court Documents
Opinion of the Court
Petition to confirm a grant lying mostly in another State dismissed, for want of jurisdiction.

September 8, 1846.—Petition to confirm a Spanish grant under the act of 1824 (4 Stat. 52), determined in the District Court of Arkansas, before the Hon. Benjamin Johnson, district judge.

S. Janin and S. L. Johnson, for petitioners.

S. H. Hempstead, district attorney, for the United States.

This work is in the public domain in the United States because it is a work of the United States federal government (see 17 U.S.C. 105).