Ellis against Brown and Mann.

Error to Lawrence Circuit Court,<

A writ of error not directed'to any particular Clerk cannot be amended,.

The writ of error in this case was directed as follows: “State oí Arkansas, etc. To the Clerk of the Circuit Court of-Greeting:

Taylor, for. the defendants in error,

moved to dismiss the case “ for irregularity, on the ground that there is no writ of error, and “that the paper filed as such is not directed to the Clerk of the Cir- “ cuit Court of any county in this State.”

Fowler, contra,

moved' at the same time to amend the writ of error.

Per Curiam:

This is a motion to quash a writ of error because the name of the county to which it ought to have been directed, is not specified. A motion to amend the writ, was also made at the same time. We are of opinion that there is nothing to amend by. The motion to dismiss! must be sustained.