Tyler v. Savage

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143 U.S. 79

Tyler  v.  Savage

This is a suit in equity, brought in the circuit court of the United States for the eastern district of Virginia, by Sarah C. Savage, a citizen of Pennsylvania, who sues for herself 'and all others, creditors of the Virginia Oil Company, who will make themselves parties to this suit on the usual terms,' against the Virginia Oil Company, a Virginia corporation; John Tyler, president of said company, and in his own right; John W. Otley, C. W. Tanner, Isaac Davenport, Jr., J. H. Montague, C. E. Belvin, late directors in said company, and citizens of Virginia; and Joseph D. Evans and J. F. Crane, citizens of New York.


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