No. 6. Original.

128 U.S. 289 (1888)


Supreme Court of United States.

Decided November 12, 1888.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Mr. Samuel Shellabarger and Mr. J.M. Wilson in support of the petition filed a brief, making the following points:

I. It appears by the copy of the proceedings and order of the court that it does not anywhere disclose that the said Terry was in court at the time when the order for his imprisonment was made, or that he had any notice whatever that such proceedings for contempt would be instituted, or had been instituted, nor that he had any opportunity, whatever, to be heard regarding his said conviction. It will also be seen that the said Terry, in his application, makes oath that: "Said...

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