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CAS E S
ARGUED AND ADJUDGED
THE SUPREME COURT
THE UNITED STATES.
February Term, 1818
BY HENRY WHEATON,
Counsellor at Law.
NEW YORK :
PUBLISHED BY R. DONALDION, NO. 45 JOHN-STÄLIT.
Southern District of New York, ss :
B: IT REMEMBERED, chat on the 19th day of Arguist, in the forty second year of the indeper:dence of the United Staies of America, Henry Waraton, of the sail districi, haih deposited in this cffice the citle of a book, the right where I he clains as author and proprietor, in the words following, lo uit :
"Reports of Cases argued and adjudged in the Supreme Court of the United States. February Teim, 1818. By Hin y Whcaton, Counsellor at Law. Voluine lll.
IN CONFORMITT in the act of Congress of the United States, entitlrd, "An "face for the incouragement of learning, by securing the coics cf maps, "chails and the works, to the au: hors and proprielors of such cpjes, during ihe "lime. Therem meritio wed;" ard niso, to an aci curitied, "Annct supplementary in an nci, entiled, Annel for 1):e crcruragineilrif learning, by
securing ihe conics of maps, charis and boi ks, lo ile nudijnrs ad propri"elors of such c pics, during the tiines therein inentioned, ard extending "the ber.efits thereof to the ar.s of designing, engraving, and e'ching hir "torical and other prints."
JAMES DILL, Clerk of the Southern District of New-Yor.
NEW YORK, N. Y
SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES,
DURING THE TIME OF THESE REPORTS.
VOL. Ill 44 TL
The Hon. John MARSHALL, Chief Justice.
WILLIAM WIRT, Esg. Attorney-General-appointed
November 13th, 1817.
449 529 541
212 Crates, 156, (The United States v.; [Instance Court.) 232 Craig v. Leslie, [Chancrry.]
503 Cameron o. M'kuberts, (Chancery )
591 Craig v. Radford, [CHANCERY.]
D The Diana, [PRACTICE.]
58 Dugan v. The United States, [Common LÅw.]
172 Dunlop v. Hepburn, [CuanceRY.]
E Evang o. Eaton, (Coxmox LAW.)