Conn v. Penn
18 U.S. 424

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Conn v. Penn, 18 U.S. 5 Wheat. 424 424 (1820)

Conn v. Penn

18 U.S. (5 Wheat.) 424

Syllabus

In appeals to this Court from the circuit courts in chancery cases, the parol testimony which is heard at the trial in the court below ought to appear in the record.

A final decree in equity or an interlocutory decree which in a great measure decides the merits of the cause cannot be pronounced until all the parties to the bill, and all the parties in interest, are before the court.

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