United States ex Rel. Trask v. Wanamaker,
147 U.S. 149 (1893)

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United States ex Rel. Trask v. Wanamaker, 147 U.S. 149 (1893)

United States ex Rel. Trask v. Wanamaker

No. 1232

Argued and submitted December 20-21, 1892

Decided January 3, 1893

147 U.S. 149


A writ of error does not lie to a judgment of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, denying a writ of mandamus to the Postmaster General to compel him to readjust the salary of a postmaster when the additional amount to become due him would be less than $5,000, and this is not affected by the fact that many similar claims for relief exist, in which the aggregate amount involved is over $100,000.

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