Flanders v. Tweed (82 U.S. 450)

Flanders v. Tweed (82 U.S. 450) by Nathan Clifford
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United States Supreme Court

82 U.S. 450

Flanders  v.  Tweed

ERROR to the Circuit Court for the District of Louisiana, in which court Tweed sued Flanders, deputy general agent of the Treasury Department of the United States, to recover damages caused by an alleged unlawful seizure and detention of certain cotton of his, Tweed's. Judgment being given for the plaintiff the treasury agent appealed.

Mr. S. F. Phillips, Solicitor-General, for the plaintiff in error; Mr. T. D. Lincoln, contra.

Mr. Justice CLIFFORD stated the case, and delivered the opinion of the court.


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