In re Sherman
124 U.S. 364 (1888)

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In re Sherman, 124 U.S. 364 (1888)

In re Sherman

Submitted January 9, 1888

Decided January 23, 1888

124 U.S. 364


If a circuit court of the United States, in granting a motion to remand a cause to the state court, has not before it, by mistake, the complaint in the action, it is within the discretion of that court, upon a showing to that effect, to grant a rehearing, but this Court has no power to require that court by mandamus to do so.

Roger M. Sherman, the plaintiff in error in Sherman v. Grinnell,123 U. S. 679, after the announcement of that decision presented to this Court his petition as follows:

"To the Honorable, the Justices of"


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