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UNITED STATES V. JONES, 119 U. S. 477 (1886)

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United States v. Jones, 119 U.S. 477 (1886)

United States v. Jones

Submitted December 6, 1886

Decided December 13, 1886

119 U.S. 477


In the exercise of its general jurisdiction, appeals lie to this Court from judgments of the Court of Claims.

An appeal from a judgment of the Court of Claims, taken before the right of appeal has expired, is not vacated by the appropriation by Congress of the amount necessary to pay the judgment.

This was a motion to dismiss. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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