Diana Cephas, a woman of color v. James Scott
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1. If the jury should be of opinion, that DianaDiana
was kept in IllinoisIllinois to labor with the knowledge
and consent of C. CollinsCollins , she is entitled to freedom.

2. That is a slave escapes into a free state, and
from the service of her master and there resides against
the knowledge & consent of her master,
that such a residence will not

3. That if the Jury find from the evidence that DianaDiana was taken to IllinoisIllinois, and
there held to labor, with the knowledge and consent
of CollinsCollins , she entitled to freedom.