95 U.S. 444 (____)


Supreme Court of United States.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mr. Richard T. Merrick and Mr. William A. Meloy for the appellants.

Mr. Walter D. Davidge, contra.

MR. JUSTICE CLIFFORD delivered the opinion of the court.

Sufficient appears to show that the complainants are the heirs-at-law of James Williams, who died intestate Aug. 16, 1862, seised in fee of an undivided moiety of lot 1 in square 160 on the plan of the city of Washington, bounded as described in the bill of complaint: and they allege that their intestate, six years before his decease, acting for himself and for the heirs...

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