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35 U.S. 521

Stanley  v.  Gadsby

ON appeal from the circuit court of the United States for the District of Columbia, in the county of Washington.

This was a bill filed in the circuit court, by the appellant, against the executors of James Walker, praying for an injunction on a trustee, to prevent his proceeding to sell certain real estate, conveyed to him to secure the payment of a sum of money loaned to the complainant; and for relief against an alleged usurious contract.

The circuit court dismissed the bill.

The case is fully stated in the opinion of the court.

The case was submitted to the court without argument, by Mr Swann, for the appellants; and by Coxe, for the appellees.

Mr Justice WAYNE delivered the opinion of the Court.


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