Hassall v. Wilcox
115 U.S. 598 (1885)

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Hassall v. Wilcox, 115 U.S. 598 (1885)

Hassall v. Wilcox

Submitted November 23, 1885

Decided December 7, 1885

115 U.S. 598

Syllabus

When separate judgments for separate creditors on separate claims are rendered in one decree in equity, and a general appeal is taken, the appeal will, on motion, be dismissed for want of jurisdiction as to all who do not recover more than $1,000, and will be retained as to those who recover in excess of $5,000.

Farmers' Loan & Trust Co. v. Waterman,106 U. S. 265, approved and applied.

This was a motion to dismiss, with which was united a

Page 115 U. S. 599

motion to affirm. The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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