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ARGUED AND ADJUDGED
The Supreme Court
THE UNITED STATES,
DECEMBER TERM, 1868.
JOHN WILLIAM WALLACE.
WASHINGTON, D. C.:
Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1869,
By W. H. & 0. H. MORRISON.
In the Clerk's Office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia.
HON SAMUEL NELSON, HON. ROBERT COOPER GRIEN,
Hon. STEPHEN J. FIELD.
Hon. WILLIAM M. EVARTS.
[Appointed March 5th, 1869.)
DANIEL WESLEY MIDDLETON, ESQUIRE.
ALLOTMENT, ETC., OF THE JUDGES
AS MADE JANUARY 15, 1869, UNDER THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF July 23, 1866,
AND MARCH 2, 1867.
NAME OF TIE JUDGE, AND STATE NUMBER AND TERRITORY OF THE DATE AND AUTHOR OF THE JUDGE'S
Hon. N. H. SWAYNE, GEORGIA, FLORIDA, ALA-
BAMA, MISSISSIPPI, Lou-
Hon. DAVID DAVIS, INDIANA, Illinoi8, AND
Hon. S. J. FIELD, California, Oregon, and
MADE AT DECEMBER TERM, 1868.
RULE No. 54-ADMIRALTY.
WHENEVER a cross-libel is filed upon any counter claim arising out of the same cause of action for which the original libel was filed, the respondents in the cross-libel shall give security in the usual amount and form, to respond in damages as claimed in said cross-libel, unless the court on cause shown, shall otherwise direct; and all proceedings upon the original libel shall be stayed until such security shall be given.