HYDE v. CONTINENTAL TRUST CO OF CITY OF NEW YORK

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United States Supreme Court

HYDE v. CONTINENTAL TRUST CO OF CITY OF NEW YORK, (1895)

No. 894

Argued:     Decided: April 8, 1895

Jos. H. Choate, C. A. Seward, B. H. Bristow, Wm. D. Gurtrie, David Willcox, Charles Steele, and Charles F. Southmayd, for appellant.

Hyde. Herbert B. Turner, for appellee Farmers Loan & Trust Co.

James C. Carter, Wm. C. Gulliner, and F. B. Candler, for appellee Continental Trust Co.

Atty. Gen. Olney and Asst. Atty. Gen. Whitney, for the United States.

Mr. Chief Justice FULLER.

This case differs in no assential respect from that just decided ( Pollock v. Trust Co., 15 Sup. Ct. 673), and must be disposed of in the same way.

Decree accordingly.

Mr. Justice WHITE.

For the reasons given in case No. 893 (Pollock v. Trust Co., 15 Sup Ct. 673), I dissent from the decree in this cause.

Note. The opinion rendered by Mr. Justice Field in the case of Pollock v. Trust Co., 15 Sup. Ct. 673, was entitled also in the above case.[ Hyde v. Continental Trust Co of City of New York 157 U.S. 654 (1895) ]

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