Andrew Hemphill v. Ephraim Mirick
Filed 14th Jany 1832
The appellant to reverse the Judgment of the Circuit Court given in this
Case relies mainly on the following points, to wit.
The obligation Sued for is shown by the record to have been specially bailed to the deft., by the plaintiff, and there is not shewn by the evidence any special request to return it, the virdict consequently is contrary to and without evidence & therefore a new trial ought to have been granted.
The Court erred in refusing hear read on the motion for a new trial, the affidavit of Jurors, setting forth the understanding which they had of the instructions given them by the Court-
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