Perkins v. FourniquetAnnotate this Case
47 U.S. 206
U.S. Supreme Court
Perkins v. Fourniquet, 47 U.S. 6 How. 206 206 (1848)
Perkins v. Fourniquet
47 U.S. (6 How.) 206
Where the circuit court decreed that the complainants were entitled to two-sevenths of certain property and referred the matter to a master in chancery to take and report an account of it, and then reserved all other matters in controversy between the parties until the coming in of the master's report, this was not such a final decree as can be appealed from to this Court.
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