Brooklyn Mining & Milling Co. v. Miller,
227 U.S. 194 (1913)

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Brooklyn Mining & Milling Co. v. Miller, 227 U.S. 194 (1913)

Brooklyn Mining & Milling Company v. Miller

No. 144

Argued January 23, 24, 1913

Decided February 3, 1913

227 U.S. 194


Suit for specific performance dismissed by the courts below for failure of the vendors to comply with the terms of the agreement and judgment affirmed by this Court.

The court below properly held appellant to an agreement made in open court as consideration for a continuance that no judgment that might meanwhile be obtained in another state on the same cause of action should be pleaded.

1 Ariz. 217 affirmed.

Page 227 U. S. 195

The facts are stated in the opinion.

Page 227 U. S. 198

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