Gray v. Howe
108 U.S. 12 (1882)

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Gray v. Howe, 108 U.S. 12 (1882)

Gray v. Howe

Decided November 13, 1882

108 U.S. 12

Syllabus

Where the supreme court of a territory, on appeal, reverses the judgment of a district court and sets aside findings of fact, and makes no new statement of facts in the nature of a special verdict, the judgment of the supreme court of the territory must be affirmed on appeal.

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