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The motion to dismiss must be granted. We have frequently held that a judgment reversing that of the court below, and remanding the case for further proceedings, is not one to which a writ of error will lie. The case of Mower v. Fletcher, 114 U.S. 127, is not in point, as the judgment of the Supreme Court of the State remanded that case to the inferior court with an order to enter a specified judgment, nothing being left to the judicial discretion of the court below. A like ruling was made in Atherton v. Fowler, 91 U.S. 143, and Commissioners of Tippecanoe County v. Lucas, 93 U.S. 108.

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Técnicos y profesionales
PUBLICADO
1901
diciembre 2
LENGUAJE
EN
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EXTENSIÓN
3
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EDITORIAL
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Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
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