AGRICULTURAL CO. v. PIERCE COUNTY
73 U.S. 246 (1867)

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AGRICULTURAL CO. v. PIERCE COUNTY, 73 U.S. 246 (1867)

73 U.S. 246 (Wall.)

AGRICULTURAL COMPANY
v.
PIERCE COUNTY.

December Term, 1867

ERROR to the Supreme Court of Washington Territory.

The writ of error bore date January 20th, 1862. It was on its face made returnable on the second Monday of December next after its date, when it should have been the first Monday of that month, which is by law the day on which the terms of this court commence each year.

For this cause (Mr. Justice MILLER, announcing the order), the writ of error was dismissed under the authority of the cases of Carroll v. Dorsey,1Insurance Company v. Mordecai,2 and Porter v. Foley,3 heretofore decided by this court.

Messrs. Lander and Carlisle, for the plaintiff in error; no o posite counsel appearing nor having entered their appearance of record.

Footnotes

Footnote 1 20 Howard, 204.

Footnote 2 21 Id. 195.

Footnote 3 Id. 393.[ Agricultural Co. v. Pierce County

Footnote 73 U.S. 246 (1867) ]

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