Prentice v. Northern Pacific Railroad Company

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154 U.S. 163

Prentice  v.  Northern Pacific Railroad Company

This was an action of ejectment by Frederick Prentice against the Northern Pacific Railroad Company, the St. Paul & Duluth Railroad Company, and Owen Fargusson. On trial without a jury the circuit court rendered judgment for defendants. Plaintiff brought error.

This action of ejectment was brought, September 7, 1883, to recover an undivided half of certain lands in the city of Duluth, county of St. Louis, Minn. Pursuant to a written stipulation of the parties, the case was tried without a jury, and upon the question of title alone, and resulted-Mr. Justice Miller and Judge Nelson concurring-in a judgment for the defendants. 43 Fed. 270.


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