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37 U.S. 218

Levy  v.  Arredondo

APPEAL from the court of appeals of Florida.

This case was argued on the merits by Mr. Preston and Mr. Thompson, for the appellant; and by Mr. Jones for the defendant.

The Court considered, that a certain contract between the appellant and Fernando de la Maza Arredondo, of 22d January, 1822, and a contract between the complainant and Joseph M. Arredondo, of 13th July, 1824, which had been referred to in the proceedings in the courts below, and which were not in the record, were necessary to the decision of the cause, made the following order; which was delivered by Mr. Justice WAYNE.

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