Thompson v. Ferry,
180 U.S. 484 (1901)

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Thompson v. Ferry, 180 U.S. 484 (1901)

Thompson v. Ferry

No. 144

Submitted February 25, 1901

Decided March 18, 1901

180 U.S. 484


This appeal being from the judgment of a territorial court and no exceptions to the rulings of the court on the admission or rejection of testimony being presented for consideration, the court is limited to a determination of the question whether the facts found are sufficient to sustain the judgment rendered. And this must be assumed to be the case, as the so-called statement of facts is not in compliance with the statute.

The case is stated in the opinion of the Court.

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