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that ease, the answer would have been, that the decree was [illegible] and no longer into force, twas beyond the reach of this court. It is not love, that your respondent owes the complainant a [illegible], as changed, but he honestly believes the [illegible] be true, [illegible] in the appellate court, to recover against the complainant. Your respondent does no boast of his wealth, be he would be very unwilling to [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] with the [illegible] plainant: if the court of appeals affirms the decree of the court below, the complainant knows the amount of of the decree will be paid, the security given by your respondent in his appeal bond is abundantly good; but if this were not so, he is advised [illegible] is no cause for in injunction. On making a [illegible] case before the appellate court, they would take [illegible] of the case before them, and order others and better security, under [illegible] of [illegible] the appeal. Your respondent has more cause to regret the delays of the court of appeals than the complainant, for if the latter prevails, he has unquestionably good security; on the contrary, if your respondent prevails, he has no security whatever but independently of this, your respondent supposed, that he had a right to carry this case to the court of appeals, although it might deprive the complainant out of his pretended [illegible], and he is advised, that this court