Donnelly vs. Hullman

Action to recover $90, the price of a horse and interest thereon. The defendant is a married woman, and that was set up as a defence, together with fraud. After four witnesses had been examined on the part of the plaintiff, the judge rendered a verdict in plaintiff's favor for $105.50. [...]

Source: Unknown, "Donnelly vs. Hullman," London Free Press, December 16, 1873.

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