Dunky v. Andrew Hay
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of the act of the Legislature given in evidence in
this case for a period not yet expired and that
she came into this state without the consent of
the person claiming her services in IllinoisIllinois and
that the defendant exercised no authority over
her in this state except what was necessary to
remove her into IllinoisIllinois for the person claiming
her services there they must find for the Defendant
The court also instructed the Jury that the copy of
the Record of registry given in evidence in this
case establishes the agreement on the part of
the plaintiff to serve WilliamWilliam Morrison MorrisonWilliam Morrison for
the period in that copy mentioned in pursuance
of the law of the Territory of IllinoisIllinois

The Jury having found a verdict for the plaintiff
the defendant moved the Court to set aside the
verdict and grant a new trial for the follow
-ing reasons

1st Because the verdict is against the evidence

2nd Because the verdict is without evidence

3rd Because the verdict is against law

4th Because the verdict is against the instruc
-tions of the Court

Which motion for a new trial was by the
Court overruled To which opinion of the Court
in overruling the said motion for a new trial
the defendants by his counsel excepts and prays
the Court to sign and seal this his bill of Ex-
ecptions and that the same may be made part
of the record which is done

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