Harrington v. Holler,
111 U.S. 796 (1884)

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Harrington v. Holler, 111 U.S. 796 (1884)

Harrington v. Holler

Submitted April 21, 1884

Decided May 5, 1884

111 U.S. 796


A decision of the supreme court of a territory dismissing a writ of error to a district court because of failure to docket the cause in time is not a final judgment or decision within the meaning of the statutes regulating writs of error and appeals to this Court. Mandamus is the proper remedy in such case.

This came up on motion to dismiss the writ of error.

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