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U S v. SEWELL - 217 U.S. 601 (1910)
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U S v. SEWELL, 217 U.S. 601 (1910)
217 U.S. 601
UNITED STATES, Plff. in Err.,
LIZZIE SEWELL and George B. Wood Sewell.
Argued April 29, 1910.
Decided May 31, 1910.
Assistant Attorney General John Q. Thompson and Messrs. W. W. Scott and P. M. Cox for plaintiff in error.
Mr. Edward S. Jouett for defendants in error.
The judgment is affirmed on the authority of United States v. Welch ( decided April 25, 1910) 217 U.S. 333, 54 L. ed. --, 30 Sup. Ct. Rep. 527; but it is ordered that before the government is required to pay for the land held to have been taken, plaintiffs below shall furnish a survey definitely ascertaining the land by metes and bounds.
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