Tuskaloosa Northern Ry. Co. v. Gude
141 U.S. 244 (1891)

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Tuskaloosa Northern Ry. Co. v. Gude, 141 U.S. 244 (1891)

Tuskaloosa Northern Railway Company v. Gude

No. 1606

Submitted January 15, 1891

Decided February 2, 1891

141 U.S. 244

FROM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE

SOUTHERN DIVISION OF THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA

Syllabus

In an action at law in a Circuit Court, judgment being rendered for the plaintiff, there was no bill of exception, no writ of error nor an allowance of appeal, but the defendant filed a supersedeas bond in which it was alleged that the defendant had "prosecuted an appeal or writ of error to the Supreme Court of the United States to reverse the judgment." The plaintiff moved for the revocation of the supersedeas created by the bond, which motion was denied. The motion in this Court for leave to docket and dismiss the case was granted.

This was a motion for leave to docket and dismiss a cause. The motion was as follows:

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