Musa Benable Gazen vs. John H. Sparr, George Charles, Samual Hobart, and George H.C. Mellody
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St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
July Term 1842

Musa Benabel Gazen who sues by
his next friend Chesley EvansChesley Evans vs John H SparrJohn H Sparr : Genge Charles
SamuelSamuel Hobart & George HGeorge H . C. MellodyMelody

Suit for freedom Damages 1.
King Murdoch pq
it is ordered-first. That the said Thus a Benabel
Gazan be allowed to sue as a poor person
to establish his right to freedom and do assign King & Murdoch as his counsel -
seend - That the said musa Ben abel Gazen
reasonable liberty to attend his counsel
and the court as occasion may require, that
he be not removed out of the jurisdiction of the
court, and that he be not subject to any severity
on account of his application for freedom.
Bryan MullanphyBryan Mullanphy judge of the eigth 2nd of the State of mipouri.


april 30th 1842

Jn. RulandJohn Ruland

Clerk Free