U.S. Supreme Court
Rowe v. Phelps, 152 U.S. 87 (1894)
Rowe v. Phelps
Argued and submitted February 1, 1894
Decided March 5, 1894
152 U.S. 87
There being no assignment of errors, as required by Rev.Stat. § 997, and no specification of errors required by Rule 21, this case is dismissed.
This was, as in the preceding case, an action by the defendant in error to recover the rental value of certain sections of land alleged to have been depastured by the plaintiffs in error, constituting the firm of Rowe Bros. chanroblesvirtualawlibrary
Upon the trial of the case, the jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff in the sum of $7,739, for which judgment was entered, and defendant sued out this writ of error.