2 U.S. 249 (____)

2 Dall. 249


Supreme Court of United States.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Du Ponceau, admitted the general principle of the objection; but contended.

M'KEAN, Chief Justice:

It occurred, at once to the Court, that, if the objection was not made too late, it must prevail. There is nothing, however, on the record to shew, that the parties were both fully heard upon executing the writ of inquiry; and, after an interlocutory judgment, the inquest were bound to give some damages. There is, likewise, in the nature of the subject, in reason, and in law, a material difference between...

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