There appears to be an ambiguity, if not an inconsistency, in the terms of the order or judgment of the general term. It affirms that there is no error in the record and proceedings of the special term, but does not affirm its order, which was appealed from, but in fact dismisses the appeal, as though it had no jurisdiction...
PHILLIPS v. NEGLEY
117 U.S. 665 (1886)
PHILLIPS & Another, Executors, v. NEGLEY.
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Argued March 25, 26, 1886.
Decided April 12, 1886.
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