That if, after the plaintiff had supplied himself for the year 1854, there was not remaining on the 1st January, 1855, as much as fifteen hundred bushels of the corn which had been raised and gathered on the plaintiff’s farm, the plaintiff was not bound, under the contract, to deliver a less quantity, and if the defendant appropriated the corn to his own use without the consent of the plaintiff, he was liable for the value of the corn!

Jackson v. Jones, 22 Ark. 158 (Arkansas, Oct. 1, 1860)

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