Supervisors v. Kennicott,
94 U.S. 498 (1876)

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Supervisors v. Kennicott, 94 U.S. 498 (1876)

Supervisors v. Kennicott

94 U.S. 498


Whatever has been decided here upon one appeal cannot be reexamined in a subsequent appeal of the same suit. The subsequent appeal brings up only the proceedings of the circuit court after the mandate of this Court.

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