Reynolds v. Douglass
IN error to the district court of the United States for the district of Mississippi.
This case was before the Court at January term, 1833, on a writ of error prosecuted by the plaintiffs in the court below; and was then remanded to the district court of Mississippi, with directions to issue a venire facias de novo, 7 Peters, 113. The facts of the case are fully stated in the case reported in 1833.
The plaintiffs again brought up the case; and it was argued byMr. Southard for the plaintiffs in error, and by Mr. Jones for the defendant.
Mr. Justice M'LEAN delivered the opinion of the Court: