Armijo v. Armijo,
181 U.S. 558 (1901)

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Armijo v. Armijo, 181 U.S. 558 (1901)

Armijo v. Armijo

No. 213

Argued April 16-17, 1901

Decided May 13, 1901

181 U.S. 558


The Act of April 7, 1874, c. 80, entitled "An act concerning the practice in territorial courts, and appeals therefrom," constitutes the only right of review by this Court on appeals from territorial courts, and in this case, in the absence of any findings by the supreme court of the territory, and the court being without anything in the nature of a bill of exceptions, and there being nothing on the record to show that error was committed in the trial of the cause, this Court has nothing on which to base a reversal of the judgment of the court below, and affirms that judgment.

The case is stated in the opinion.

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