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On the 3d February, 1837, Judge Hopkinson delivered the following opinion on the petition : Robert Morris's Estate, in Bankruptcy.

On the 28th day of July, 1801, a commission of bankruptcy was issued by the District Judge for the Pennsylvania District, against Robert Morris, directed to John Hallowell, Joseph Hopkinson, and Thomas Cumpston, Commissioners. The bankrupt being duly summoned, surrendered himself to the commissioners, and submitted himself to be examined; the commissioners having previously declared the said Robert Morris a bankrupt. On the 6th day of August the commissioners received proof of sundry debts. On the 26th of August proof of debts was received from about twenty-one creditors: and the choice of assignees postponed until the 12th day of September.

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