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Bland's Reports, Chancery Court 1809-1832
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The right of appeal at common law and in equity;—in what cases it is allowed; and
how far it may be controlled by the inferior court from whose decision the appeal
is taken ;—in what cases, and to what amount an appeal bond may be required;
and how such bonds are examined, rejected, or approved.

THIS suit was instituted here in January, 1811, by the plaintiffs,
who were the cestui que trusts, under a deed of trust, against Samuel
and Tench Ringgold, to obtain an account of the trust property, and
the payment and delivery of the balance in their hands. And by
a final decree of this court of the 30TH of September, 1824, the
defendants were ordered to pay to the plaintiffs, on or before the first
of December then next, the sum of fifty-three thousand eight hundred
and fifty-seven dollars and seventy-nine cents, with interest on thirty-
nine thousand four hundred and eighty dollars and forty-six cents, part
thereof, from the first of July, 1823, until paid, and costs, (a)

From this decree the defendants appealed; and on the 20th of

October, 1824, the plaintiffs, by their petition, stated, that the

defendant Samuel had conveyed all, or nearly all, his property to

for the payment of his debts; and they were apprehen-

sive, that those trustees would be offered as sureties in the appeal

bond, Upon which they prayed, that they might, on the filing of

an appeal bond, be allowed to shew cause against the sufficiency

of any sureties that might be offered, as the amount decreed to

them was very considerable; and they were willing, that the

issuing of on the decree should be suspended until the

Ringgold v. Ringgold, 1 H. & G. 32.


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