Anson, a boy of color v. Henry G. Mitchel and Henry C. Russel
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The petitionerAnsonAnson having been this day
bought before me, Judge of the CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court for the 3rd Judicial Circuit state of MissouriMissouri in obedience to a writ of

Habeas corpus in that behalf issued and
the persons in whose possession said petitioner
was found having refused to enter into a
recognizance as required by law on that behalf
. I do hereby order and direct that that the sheriff
of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis county do take possession of the
said and hire him out from time to time
during the pendency of the suit of the petitioner
in the behalf, and that he the said sheriff
take bond from the hiring the petitioner
in the penalty of six hundred dollars
with such security as the said sheriff shall
appearance conditioned that the petitioner whall
at the times during the pendency of his suit
have reasonable liberty of attending his counsel
and the count and that the petitioner shall not be removed
out of the jurisdiction of the CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court of
St LouisSt Louis county, and that he shall not be subjected
to any severity because of his application
for freedom
â that the hiring the petitioner
will pay the hire to said sheriff at the time
stipulated and return the petitioner at the
end of the time for which he is hired or sooner

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if the said action shall be sooner determined

Given under my hand this 30th May 1832

WillWill : C. CarrCarr