Miller v. McKenzie,
77 U.S. 582 (1870)

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Miller v. McKenzie, 77 U.S. 10 Wall. 582 582 (1870)

Miller v. McKenzie

77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 582


A writ of error dismissed as defective in respect to parties where the suit was against four persons by name, and the writ recited that it was against two which it named, "and others."

Pitzer Miller brought suit in the court just named against Larkin McKenzie, James Hamer, Joseph Hamer, and Ezekiel Wall, to recover the value of several bales of cotton.

Page 77 U. S. 583

Such proceedings were had that a judgment was rendered for the defendants, whereupon the plaintiff brought this writ of error, the writ reciting that the proceedings were between "Peter Miller, Larkin McKenzie, and others."

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