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Hoyt v. United States

U.S.
Jan 1, 1850
51 U.S. 646 (1850)

Opinion

DECEMBER TERM, 1850.


(See p. 109.)

MR. ATTORNEY-GENERAL CRITTENDEN moved the court to dismiss this cause for irregularity in the bill of exceptions, which was opposed by Messrs. Evans and Walker, of counsel for the plaintiff in error. Whereupon this court, not being now here sufficiently advised of and concerning what order to render in the premises, took time to consider.

On consideration of the motion made in this cause by Mr. Attorney-General on the 6th instant, and of the arguments of counsel thereupon had, it is now here ordered by the court, that the whole case be argued upon the bill of exceptions.


Summaries of

Hoyt v. United States

U.S.
Jan 1, 1850
51 U.S. 646 (1850)
Case details for

Hoyt v. United States

Case Details

Full title:JESSE HOYT, PLAINTIFF IN ERROR, v . THE UNITED STATES

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jan 1, 1850

Citations

51 U.S. 646 (1850)