Mary Charlotte, a woman of color v. Gabriel S. Chouteau
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uel GaleGale in the words & figures following (here
set it out, omitting certificates, captions &c

When the seventh interrogatory on the part of the
plaintiff to said GaleGale was read the defendant objected thereto
and to the reading of the answer thereto. But the
Court overruled the objection & allowed the answer
to be read, and defendant excepted at the time

The defendant also objected to the reading
of the 8th interrogatory on the part of the plaintiff
to said GaleGale and the answer thereto. The Court overruled the objection
& allowed said question and answer to be
read. To the allowance by the Court of the reading of which question and
answer to the jury the defendant at the time
excepted.

AndThe plaintiff has read the Proclamation
of the KingKing of Great BritainBritain dated 1763
which it is agreed may be read in the SupremeSupreme Court
CourtSupreme Court from the presented copy. without being here
incorporated.

And this was all the evidence on the
part of the plaintiff

The defendant read in evidence the
articles of capitulation of 1760. the treaty
of of 1763. the act of 1774. and the
act of 1793. all of which may be read from
the printed copy contained in the volume
here prodeced without being copied in
this bill

Also the act of 1790. in the words & figures
following (here insert)

Also the depositions of the following persons
Madame Tisson, Col. Menard, Antoine SmithAntonie Smith
Francis TisonFrancis Tison . P.L. Cerre, Mad. Chaloillet Mad
Bouchette, Charles William Grant Baron &c