Railroad Company v. Blair,
100 U.S. 661 (1879)

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Railroad Company v. Blair, 100 U.S. 661 (1879)

Railroad Company v. Blair

100 U.S. 661


1. A citation is not required when the appeal is taken and perfected in open court during the term at which the decree complained of is entered, aliter where, at a subsequent term, the appeal is allowed, although the solicitors of the appellee be present.

2. The appeal will not, however, be dismissed in the latter case, but terms will be imposed upon the appellant.

3. Dayton v. Lash, 94 U. S. 112, cited and approved.

The facts are stated in the opinion of the Court.

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