Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. Henry E. Davis for appellant. Mr. W.P. Black was on his brief.
Mr. Job Barnard and Mr. William F. Mattingly for appellees. Mr. James S. Edwards was on their brief.
Supreme Court of United States.
MR. JUSTICE HARLAN delivered the opinion of the court.
By deed dated March 8, 1886, and duly recorded, an unimproved lot or parcel of land, in the city of Washington, known as lot 49 in square 111, was conveyed by Henry C. Porter to Seymour Cunningham and John S. Blair to secure the balance of the unpaid purchase money therefor due to one William Brough, evidenced by Porter's two promissory notes, each for twelve hundred and fifty dollars, bearing even date with the...
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