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The Washington University v. Rouse


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Dissenting Opinion
Miller

United States Supreme Court

75 U.S. 439

The Washington University  v.  Rouse

IN this second case the charter was to the Washington University, an institution of learning. It was granted on the 22d of February, 1853, and by the same legislature which incorporated the Home of the Friendless on the 3d of that same February. It contained exactly the same provision about freedom of the corporation from taxation and from liability to have its charter interfered with at the discretion of the legislature, and the case came here under proceedings similar to those in the last case, and from the same court, and was argued by the same counsel, to wit:

Mr. B. R. Curtis, for the appellant; Messrs. Dick and Blair, contra.

Mr. Justice DAVIS delivered the opinion of the court.

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