Oswald v. New York (2 U.S. 401)

Oswald, Administrator, versus the State of New-York  (1792)  by Alexander J. Dallas
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Supreme Court of the United States

2 U.S. 401

Oswald, Administrator  v.  the State of New York

 Argued: . . . --- Decided: February 14, 1792

Summons.In this case the Marshall had returned the writ served; and now Sergeant moved for a distringas, to compel an appearance on the part of the State.

While, however, the court held the motion under advisement, it was voluntarily withdrawn, and the suit discontinued.[1]

  1. But see the same suit post, and Grayson versus Virginia.

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