Aspasia vs. Hardage Lane
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the plaintiff. After the rendition of the said verdict
the defendant by his counsel moved the court to
set aside the verdict aforesaid and sent a
new trial upon his reasons filed which are in the
words letters and figures following to wit: And the said defendant comes and moves the court to
set aside the verdict of the jury
for the following reasons. 1. The verdict is against
evidence. 2. The verdict is against the weight of evidence. 3. The verdict is against law and evidence. 4. The verdict is against law,. 5. The court misdirected
the jury. 6. That illegal testimony was
admitted and went to the jury. 7. That
the defendant was discovered new evi
dence since the trial.

(Signed)

Giyor HudsonHudson & Primm.

for Deft. The instructed the jury in the words letters
and figures following to wit, (here insert the, instructions of the Court
hereto, attached.)