Baker v. Nachtrieb
THIS was an appeal from the Circuit Court of the United States for the western district of Pennsylvania, sitting as a court of equity.
It was a bill filed by Nachtrieb, under the circumstances mentioned in the opinion of the court.
The Circuit Court, after having referred the case to a master to state an account, decreed that the trustees should pay to Nachtrieb the sum of $3,890; from which decree the trustees appealed to this court.
It was argued by Mr. Stanberry and Mr. Loomis for the appellants, and by Mr. Stanton for the appellee.
Mr. Justice CAMPBELL delivered the opinion of the court.
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