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DENEALE V. ARCHER, 33 U. S. 526 (1834)

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Deneale v. Archer, 33 U.S. 8 Pet. 526 526 (1834)

Deneale v. Archer

33 U.S. (8 Pet.) 526


A writ of error brought in the name of "Mary Deneale and others" dismissed for irregularity. A new one in due form may be brought.

Upon the opening of the record in this case, it was found that the writ of error had been issued in the name of Mary Deneale, executrix of George Deneale, and others.

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