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PER CURIAM. On June 9, 1943, appellee sued appellant in detinue for household goods sold upon a conditional bill of sale at Richmond, Virginia, on February 23, 1934. Appellant pleaded the defenses of the statute of limitations and a discharge in bankruptcy. At trial it was shown appellant had abandoned a part of the goods and left the remainder with his former wife. Appellee was awarded judgment for the value of the goods. The record does not contain the conditional sale contract, does not disclose whether the contract was received in evidence and does not show any of its terms; it does not disclose the purchase price of the goods, payments made on account thereof, or the date of the last payment; it does not show when the bankruptcy proceedings were initiated or the date of the discharge, other than that the latter occurred in 1941; it does not give the dates when appellant abandoned or otherwise disposed of the furniture or show whether such occurred prior or subsequent to the bankruptcy proceedings. The result is that the record on this appeal is so wholly inadequate that it is not possible for this court to give intelligent consideration to the errors claimed and the questions argued. On the record before us, we cannot say there is error in the judgment and consequently it must be affirmed.