U.S. Supreme Court
Guild v. Frontin, 59 U.S. 18 How. 135 135 (1855)
Guild v. Frontin
59 U.S. (18 How.) 135
Where a trial by jury is waived in the court below, and there is no special verdict or agreed statement of facts or bill of exception upon a point of law, this Court cannot review the judgment of the court below.
But having jurisdiction of the cause, and no error appearing upon the face of the record, the judgment will be affirmed.
The point of practice involved in it, is stated in the opinion of the court.