If he considered any part of the evidence offered against him, inadmissible for any reason whatever, it was his duty to lay his finger upon it and to make his objection at the time, and having failed to do so whilst the matter was passing before the lower court, it is now too late to avail himself of such objection!

Main v. Gordon, 7 Ark. 651 (Arkansas, Jan. 1, 1852)

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