Howard v. Wissman

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Concurring Opinion
Daniel

United States Supreme Court

59 U.S. 231

Howard  v.  Wissman

THIS was an appeal from the circuit court of the United States, for the southern district of New York.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the court.

The case was argued by Mr. Johnson, for the appellants, upon which side there was also a brief filed by Mr. Donohue, and by Mr. Betts, for the appellees, upon which side there was also a brief filed by Mr. Cutting.

The points of law upon both sides were so connected with the testimony that they could not be explained without giving an abstract of the evidence.

Mr. Justice CATRON delivered the opinion of the court.

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