Pierre, a man of color v. Gabrial Chouteau
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Admission (No. 1)

On Commissions from the Circuit CourtCircuit Court for the
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis in the State of MissouriMissouri for
taking evidence in CanadaCanada East in the Case of

PierrePierre /of color/ Plaintiff
Gabriel S ChouteauGabriel S Chouteau


In order to save both time and expense, the
undersigned Counsel, attending respectively to the interests
of the Plaintiff and Defendant hereby Consent that the
authorized printed copy of the statute of the Parliament
of Great BritainBritain passed in the fourteenth year of the reign
of King George the third, Chapter LXXXIII, [ intitled ]
"On act for making more effectual provision for the
government of the Province ofProvince of Quebec QuebecProvince of Quebec in North AmericaAmerica".

Commonly Called," the QuebecQuebecAct to be found in a
volume of printed statutes lately sent by the Defendants counsel
to the Defendent in MissouriMissouri, be held and Considered
as duly proved by both the Plaintiff and the Defendant;
and as annexed to each of the two Commissions above
mentioned, both now in the Course of Execution before
John SamuelSamuel McCord , Esquire, a Circuit Judge
for the District of MontrealDistrict of Montreal, in CanadaCanada East, and
that the said Circuit Judge be requested to include this
consent in his return to each of the said Commissions. In
witness whereof we have signed these presents at the
City of MontrealCity of Montreal in CanadaCanada East, this twenty seventh day of April 1846. (in Duplicate)

of Counsel for Pltf

of Counsel for Dfdt