Silver v. Ladd,
73 U.S. 440 (1867)

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Silver v. Ladd, 73 U.S. 6 Wall. 440 440 (1867)

Silver v. Ladd

73 U.S. (6 Wall.) 440


1. Where a title under a settlement certificate issued under an act of Congress is set up by a party in the highest court of a state, and the decision of such court is against the title so set up, a writ of error lies from this Court under the twenty-fifth section of the Judiciary Act.

2. Approval by the judge of a bond for prosecution of a writ of error may be inferred from the facts of the transaction. And where the record showed that the bond bad been duly executed, that the sureties had been sworn to their sufficiency by the judge who signed the citation, and that all was done on the same day, held that it might be inferred that the bond was approved by the judge.

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