Pierce v. Wade,
100 U.S. 444 (1879)

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Pierce v. Wade, 100 U.S. 444 (1879)

Pierce v. Wade

100 U.S. 444


Where, in replevin, judgment was rendered in favor of the plaintiff for a portion of the property delivered under the writ and in favor of the defendant for a return of the residue or its value, the same not being $5,000, and the plaintiff sued out a writ of error to this Court, held that the writ must be dismissed for want of jurisdiction.

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