National Bank v. Bank of Commerce,
99 U.S. 608 (1878)

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National Bank v. Bank of Commerce, 99 U.S. 608 (1878)

National Bank v. Bank of Commerce

99 U.S. 608


Where a judgment was rendered October 5, and the present term commenced October 15, and the writ of error and citation were returnable on the "second Monday in October next," the Court, March 17, grants, on motion of the plaintiff in error, an order allowing the writ to be amended by inserting the third Monday of the term as the return day thereof, but requires him to cause a new citation returnable on the first Monday of the following May to be issued and served.

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