Williams v. Claflin,
103 U.S. 753 (1880)

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Williams v. Claflin, 103 U.S. 753 (1880)

Williams v. Claflin

103 U.S. 753


The ruling in Jerome v. McCarter, 21 Wall. 17, that where, by reason of the changed circumstances of the case, or of the parties, or of the sureties on a supersedeas bond, so that the security, which at the time it was taken was sufficient, does not continue to be so, this Court will, on proper application, so order and adjudge as justice may require reaffirmed and applied to this case.

Motion to vacate the supersedeas, or for a new bond.

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