Hoyt's Administrator v. Hanbury
128 U.S. 584 (1888)

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Hoyt's Administrator v. Hanbury, 128 U.S. 584 (1888)

Hoyt's Administrator v. Hanbury

No. 109

Submitted December 6, 1888

Decided December 17, 1888

128 U.S. 584

Syllabus

This Court concurs with the circuit court in its opinion upon the effect of the proofs in this case, and affirms the decree below.

When a letter is found in the record as part of the evidence taken before a master, and it is certified by the clerk as filed on the same day as other exhibits specifically referred to in a deposition, and the record shows no objection taken to its admission at the hearing before the court, it must, in this Court, be deemed to have been admitted by consent.

Bill in equity. The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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