Cobs v. Mosby

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Cobs v. Mosby, Wythe 137 (1791),[1] was a very brief opinion dismissing a bill for relief.


Cobs filed a bill for relief with the High Court of Chancery against a verdict in another court.

The Court's Decision

The Chancery Court dismissed Cobs's bill. The court which had handed down the verdict rejected a motion for a new trial, and that motion was the only basis for the Chancery Court's jurisdiction.


  1. George Wythe, Decisions of Cases in Virginia by the High Court of Chancery, (Richmond: J.W. Randolph, 2d ed. 1852), 137.