19 US 128 Randolph v. Barbour

19 U.S. 128

5 L.Ed. 223

6 Wheat. 128

BARBOUR et al.

February 12, 1821

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Mr. B. Hardin, for the respondents, moved to docket and dismiss the appeal in this case, which was a suit in Chancery, commenced in the Circuit Court of Kentucky, and a decree entered, from which an appeal was taken, but not prosecuted. He produced a certificate from the clerk of the Court below to that effect.


The COURT, stated that the case was within the spirit of the 20th rule of Court, although that rule applied, in terms, only to writs of error.


Motion granted.


ORDER.—A certificate, from the Clerk of the Circuit Court for the District of Kentucky, stating that an appeal had been taken in this case in May term, 1819, from the decree of the said Circuit Court, having been produced and filed, and it appearing that the record in said cause has not been filed: on motion of Mr. Hardin, of counsel for the respondents, it is ordered, that the said appeal be and the same is hereby dismissed.a


Vide new rule of Court of the present term. Ante, Rule XXXII.