Texas & Pacific Railway Co. v. Kirk,
111 U.S. 486 (1884)

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Texas & Pacific Railway Co. v. Kirk, 111 U.S. 486 (1884)

Texas & Pacific Railway Company v. Kirk

Submitted April 3, 1884

Decided April 21, 1884

111 U.S. 486


Under authority conferred upon the court by § 1005 Rev.Stat., a writ of error bearing a wrong teste, signatures of justice and of clerk, and seal of court may be amended as to teste and signature of justice by order of court, and as to seal and signature of clerk by directing them to be affixed.

Motion to dismiss, with which was united motion to affirm.

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