Hunt v. Blackburn,
127 U.S. 774 (1888)

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Hunt v. Blackburn, 127 U.S. 774 (1888)

Hunt v. Blackburn

No. 199

Submitted April 2, 1888

Decided April 9, 1888

Motion to reinstate submitted April 26, 1888

Ordered continued April 30, 1888

127 U.S. 774


A cause under submission having been dismissed by the court of its own motion for want of jurisdictional amount, the appellant moves to reinstate and submits affidavits. The Court orders the motion continued with leave to each party to file further affidavits.

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