Johnson v. Waters
108 U.S. 4 (1882)

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Johnson v. Waters, 108 U.S. 4 (1882)

Johnson v. Waters

Decided October 16, 1882

108 U.S. 4


It appearing that a personal decree for money could not be given, and the circumstances of the parties not being shown to have changed since the security was taken, a motion for additional security on the supersedeas bond was denied.

Motion for additional security on the supersedeas bond.

Page 108 U. S. 5

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