Illinois Central R. Co. v. Brown, 156 U.S. 386 (1895)

U.S. Supreme Court

Illinois Central R. Co. v. Brown, 156 U.S. 386 (1895)

Illinois Central Railroad Company v. Brown

No. 632

Submitted February 4, 1895

Decided March 4, 1895

156 U.S. 386

Syllabus

McLish v. Roff, 141 U. S. 661, and Chicago, St. Paul &c. Railway v. Roberts, 141 U. S. 690, affirmed to the point that this Court has no jurisdiction to

Page 156 U. S. 387

review in error or on appeal, in advance of the final judgment in the cause on the merits, an order of the Circuit Court of the United States remanding the cause to the state court from which it had been removed to the Circuit Court.

Motion to dismiss.

U.S. Supreme Court

Illinois Central R. Co. v. Brown, 156 U.S. 386 (1895)

Illinois Central Railroad Company v. Brown

No. 632

Submitted February 4, 1895

Decided March 4, 1895

156 U.S. 386

ERROR TO THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE UNITED

STATES FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE

Syllabus

McLish v. Roff, 141 U. S. 661, and Chicago, St. Paul &c. Railway v. Roberts, 141 U. S. 690, affirmed to the point that this Court has no jurisdiction to

Page 156 U. S. 387

review in error or on appeal, in advance of the final judgment in the cause on the merits, an order of the Circuit Court of the United States remanding the cause to the state court from which it had been removed to the Circuit Court.

Motion to dismiss.

THE CHIEF JUSTICE. The writ of error is dismissed upon the authority of Railway Company v. Roberts, 141 U. S. 690, and McLish v. Roff, 141 U. S. 661.

Dismissed.

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