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123 U.S. 521

Lessassier  v.  Kennedy

This action was brought by Lessassier & Binder against Samuel H. Kennedy, to recover a sum of money which they had been compelled to contribute towards the liabilities of a bank on account of certain shares which they had previously sold to him. The judgment of the Louisiana supreme court was in the defendant's favor, whereupon the plaintiffs brought error.

H. C. Miller and Enoch Totten, for plaintiffs in error.

W. Hallett Phillips and J. McConnell, for defendant in error.

WAITE, C. J.

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