Luxton v. North River Bridge Co.,
147 U.S. 337 (1893)

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Luxton v. North River Bridge Co., 147 U.S. 337 (1893)

Luxton v. North River Bridge Company

No. 1108

Submitted December 22, 1892

Decided January 18, 1893

147 U.S. 337


An order of the circuit court of the United States appointing commissioners to assess damages for land in New Jersey taken by the North River Bridge Company for the approaches to a bridge across the North or Hudson River between New York and New Jersey, under the Act of July 11, 1590, c. 669, § 4, is not a final judgment, upon which a writ of error will lie.

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