The only question involved on this appeal is whether or not- the court below committed error in denying plaintiff’s motion to set aside the verdict and for a new trial.
The plaintiff’s contentions were submitted to the jury on a proper issue and in a charge which he concedes to be free from error.
There was no question of law or legal inference involved in the motion lodged below. Consequently it was addressed to the sound discretion of *323tbe trial judge, whose ruling, in the absence of abuse of discretion, is not reviewable on appeal. No abuse of discretion is shown. G.S. 1-207; Ziglar v, Ziglar, 226 N.C. 102, 36 S.E. 2d 657; Anderson v. Holland, 209 N.C. 746, 184 S.E. 480.
The judgment below is