U.S. Supreme Court
Crawford v. Points, 54 U.S. 11 (1851)
Crawford v. Points
54 U.S. 11
An appeal does not lie to this Court from the decision of a district court in a case of bankruptcy.
Even if it would, the decree of the district court in this case is not a final decree.
The facts in the case are stated in the opinion of the Court so far as they bear upon the question of jurisdiction, and it is unnecessary to state the other facts.