U.S. Supreme Court
Hardee v. Wilson, 146 U.S. 179 (1892)
Hardee v. Wilson
Argued November 3, 1892
Decided November 21, 1892
146 U.S. 179
Where a decree in equity is a joint one against all the defendants, all the parties defendant must join in the appeal from it.
There is nothing in the facts in this case to take it out of the operation of that general rule.
The case is stated in the opinion.