Mariguette v. Samuel W. McKinney
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and the said CharlesCharles Wahrendorff WahrendorffCharles Wahrendorff by his attorney
comes and defends the force â injury when
â c. â says that he is not guilty of the said supposed
trespasses â wrongs in manner and form as in said
declaration alleged: and of this he puts himself
upon the country â c.

and for further plea in this behalf he
says that said plaintiff ought not to have or maintain
her aforesaid action thereof against him because
he says, that said plaintiff at â before the time mentioned
in said declaration for the committing said supposed
trespasses â grievances, said plaintiff was â now
is his slave, without there that she was or is a
free person: â this he is ready to verify. Wherefore he
prays â c.

forWahrendorffWahrendorff

filed August 12th 1831

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