Barber v. Barber (62 U.S. 582)

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Dissenting Opinion

United States Supreme Court

62 U.S. 582

HIRAM BARBER, Appellant,  v.  HULDAH A. BARBER, by her Next Friend, George Cronkhite.

 Argued: January 19, 1859. --- Decided: March 11, 1859.

THIS was an appeal from the District Court of the United States for the district of Wisconsin.

The facts in the case are stated in the opinion of the court.

It was argued by Mr. Doolittle for the appellant upon a brief filed by Mr. Billinghurst and Mr. Doolittle, and by Mr. Brown upon a printed argument for the appellee.

The reporter would give these arguments in extenso, but for the circumstance that the points in the case are thoroughly examined in the opinion of the court and in the dissenting opinion of Mr. Justice Daniel.

Mr. Justice WAYNE delivered the opinion of the court.


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