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