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CRARY V. DEVLIN, 154 U. S. 619 (1876)

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Crary v. Devlin, 154 U.S. 619 (1876)

Crary v. Devlin

No. 527

Submitted January 31, 1876

Decided February 21, 1876

154 U.S. 619


Dismissed on the authority of Mining Co. v. Boggs, 3 Wall. 304.

The finding by a state court that the facts on which a party relies to bring his case within a statute of the United States do not exist is no decision against the validity of that statute.

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