Oswald v. New York (2 U.S. 402)

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. 402

Oswald, Administrator  v.  the State of New York

 Argued: . . . --- Decided: August 7, 1792

Summons.Ingersoll moved for a rule on the marshall of the district of New-York, to return the writ in this cause; and, after advisement, the Court granted the rule in the following terms:

Ordered, That the marshall of the New-York district return the writ to him directed in this cause, before the adjournment of this court, if a copy of this rule shall be seasonably served upon him, or his deputy, or, otherwise, on the first day of the next term. And that in case of a default, he do show cause therefor, by affidavit taken before one of the judges of the United States.

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