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MINOR V. TILLOTSON, 43 U. S. 392 (1844)

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Minor v. Tillotson, 43 U.S. 2 How. 392 392 (1844)

Minor v. Tillotson

43 U.S. (2 How.) 392


The distinction between writs of error and appeals cannot be overthrown by an agreement of counsel in the court below that all the evidence in the cause shall be introduced and considered as a statement of facts.

This case was brought before the Court at the last term on a motion to dismiss, and is reported in 42 U. S. 1 How. 257.

The position of the case is sufficiently set forth in that report. It now came up on a final hearing.

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