Minor v. Tillotson,
42 U.S. 287 (1843)

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Minor v. Tillotson, 42 U.S. 1 How. 287 287 (1843)

Minor v. Tillotson

42 U.S. (1 How.) 287


Whether or not a record contains a bill of exceptions or statement of facts by the court, according to the practice in Louisiana, by which any question of law is brought up for revision in such a form as to enable this Court to decide upon it, and whether or not there is a mass of various and conflicting testimony in relation to facts upon which no jurisdiction can be exercised upon a writ of error are questions to be decided only upon the final hearing of the cause.

The court will not go into this inquiry upon a motion to dismiss the writ of error before the cause is taken up for argument.

Page 42 U. S. 288

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