Looking at the bill of particulars of the demand in suit, and in the absence of any proof to the contrary, it is not to be presumed that the bulk of the articles, for example, kid gloves, cologne, fiddle-strings, bridles and spurs, walking-canes, and powder-flask and caps, a silk cravat, and a silk and linen coat, f> were such as the boys needed, or their father would have ordered !

Lefils & Christian v. Sugg, 15 Ark. 137 (Arkansas, July 1, 1854)

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