Gay v. Parpart,
101 U.S. 391 (1879)

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Gay v. Parpart, 101 U.S. 391 (1879)

Gay v. Parpart

101 U.S. 391


1. Where an appeal has been taken to this Court, the condition of the bond that the appellants

"shall duly prosecute their said appeal with effect, and, moreover, pay the amount of costs and damages rendered and to be rendered in case the decree shall be affirmed in said court"

meets all the requirements of Sec. 1000 Rev. Stat.

2. In such a case, the Court will not entertain a motion by the appellee to affirm the decree appealed from.

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