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AUDUBON v. SHUFELDT.

decided: May 20, 1901.

AUDUBON
v.
SHUFELDT.



APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Author: Gray

[ 181 U.S. Page 575]

 MR. JUSTICE GRAY delivered the opinion of the court.

This was an appeal from an order of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia sitting in bankruptcy, granting a discharge to Robert W. Shufeldt.

Shufeldt had been adjudged a bankrupt April 5, 1899, on his petition alleging that he was indebted to the amount of $4538.33, and had no assets which were not exempt under the Bankrupt Act of 1898. The debts from which he sought release were as follows:

Secured debt to Washington National Banking and

Loan Association, $3200 00

Unsecured debts as follows:

Florence Audubon, $800 00

William H. Smith, 150 00

Lewis J. Yeager, 150 00

Sundry small debts, 238 33

1338 33

$4538 ...


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