Selma & Meridian R. Co. v. Louisiana Nat. Bank of New Orleans
94 U.S. 253

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Selma & Meridian R. Co. v. Louisiana Nat. Bank of New Orleans, 94 U.S. 253 (1876)

Selma & Meridian R. Co. v. Louisiana Nat. Bank of New Orleans

94 U.S. 253

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Where, by reason of the failure of the appellant to enter into an undertaking to the clerk for the payment of his fees or otherwise satisfy him in that behalf, the appeal has, upon motion of the appellee, been docketed and dismissed, the Court will not, on motion of the appellant at a subsequent term set aside the order of dismissal and grant leave to file the record and docket the cause.

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