U.S. Supreme Court
Robinson v. Caldwell, 165 U.S. 359 (1897)
Robinson v. Caldwell
Submitted January 19, 1897
Decided February 1, 1897
165 U.S. 359
The Judiciary Act of 1891 does not give the defeated party in a circuit court the right to have his case finally determined on the merits both in
this court and in the circuit court of appeals.
The case is stated in the opinion.