Aspasia vs. Hardage Lane
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If the Jury shall be of opinion that the female
ancestor of the plaintiff was a slave in KentuckyKentucky
on the 22nd Oct 1799 was then sold to Robert BuntinRobert Buntin
and by said BuntinBunton brought to VincennesVincennes and
used by said BuntinBunton at VincennesVincennes or elsewhere
in IndianaIndiana or IllinoisIllinois as his slave domiciled
with himself they ought to find for plaintiff

If the jury shall be of the opinion that the evidence
before them does not satisfactorily prove that said
female ancestor of the plaintiff was used
by said Robert BuntinRobert Buntin or any other person has
the lawful control over her under said
BuntinBunton as a domiciled slave in the North West County they
ought to find for defendant.

If the Jury shall be of opinion that the female ancestor
of the plaintiff was not detained or used as, a
domiciled slave at VincennesVincennes or any other place
of the North County but was only carried through the
County between KentuckyKentucky and MississippiMississippi as SLouis
for the purpose of selling her as a slave at
St.LouisSt Louis or on the front side of the MississippiMississippi
they shall find for Def.