Sarah, a colored woman v. William Waddingham
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called upon me for her wages; plaintiff child died while at my house. don't know what was the matter
with her child.

George Kilby testified that he knew plaintiff she was in his employ for sometime; don't know that she was ever in IllinoisIllinois, I never saw her in
defendants employ. I hired her about
the 10th or 11th of April 1844I had her for six months when I wrote to Wm K. Prosser to come and take her away. I hired her from Mr MartinMartin , ProsserProsser claimed plaintiff as belonging to his mother: that at the
that at the time of bringing this said witness had no control
over plaintiff was plaintiff his charge & control the if the witness had delivered her up according to the order of
Dr.ProsserProsser , he could have held witness liable;
from court if witness
did not wish for her to stay any longer at his
house, to send her to him.*[2A]

was all () this had had .

all the .

This was all evidence on part of plff- Defendant read in evidence the following depositions of said depositions next depositions of SusanSusan C.
Prosser Mary Martin, Samuel A Prosser Wm K ProsserProsser ._

The Court when objetioned by plff ruled out questions 6, 8, 9, 11, 12
13, 14, 15, 18, 20, 21, & 22, and marked in pencil in the margin in Wm K. Prossers defs
, to which decision of
the court, defendant accepted at the time.

In SamuelSamuel M. Prossers deposition, the