June 6, 1865 - Testimony of D.W. Middleton about Dr. Samuel Mudd
D. W. MIDDLETON, a witness called for the accused, Samuel A. Mudd, being duly sworn, testified as follows:
By MR. EWING:
Q. State whether you are Clerk of the Supreme Court of the United States.
A. I am.
Q. State whether Marcus P. Norton argued a motion in the Supreme Court of the United States on the third day of March last.
A. He did.
Q. State the name of the case: read your entry of it, if you have it.
A. There was an entry made at the time:— Supreme Court of the United States. No. 276. Dec. Term, 1864. Willis Hamiston, Appt. vs. John Stainthrop and al. } The argument of the motion to dismiss this cause was commenced by Mr. Jos. H. Bradley in support of the same, continued by Mr. Norton in opposition thereto, and concluded by Mr.Bradley in favor of the motion. Friday, 3d March, 1865.