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110 US 52 Jenness v. Citizens' Nat Bank of Rome

110 U.S. 52

3 S.Ct. 425

28 L.Ed. 67

JENNESS
v.
CITIZENS' NAT. BANK OF ROME.

January 7, 1884.

Harrison Geer and W. B. Williams, for plaintiff in error.

H. M. Duffield, for defendant in error.

WAITE, C. J.

1

The judgment in this case is for $7,275.16, but it appears affirmatively on the face of the record that of this amount $2,669.03 was not disputed below. The defense related alone to the difference between these two amounts, which is less than $5,000. The dispute here is only in reference to the amount contested below. Such being the case, we have no jurisdiction. The case of Gray v. Blancard, 97 U. S. 564; Tintsman v. Nat. Bank, 100 U. S. 6; and Hilton v. Dickinson, 108 U. S. ——, [S. C. 2 SUP. CT. REP. 424,] are conclusive to this effect. Dismissed.