Sarah, a colored woman v. William Waddingham
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The officer taking the Depositions is required to enclose in a strong envelope, securely sealed, the Depositions, Papers and Exhibits, Commission,
Notice and Certificates, and direct the same to the Clerk of the St. Louis CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court, in the City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, MissouriMissouri,
noting on some convenient part of the envelope, the style of the cause and contents-thus:
SarahSarah , a woman of Color vsWilliamWilliam WaddinghamWaddingham

Depositions for Defendant

If the packet is to be transmitted by mail, it will be necessary to enclose it (directed and endorsed as above) in another envelope, directed to
Banjamin St. Thomas attorney at St. LouisSt Louis, MO in order to insure its being taking
out of the Post Office.

The depositions must be begun on the day mentioned in the notice. If they cannot be completed on that day, the taking of them may be adjourned
to the succeding day, at the same place, and between the same hours. The person taking them, should in such case, make the following entry,
closing the business for that day, viz:

Not being able to complete the taking of said depositions, by reason that (here insert the reason), I adjourn the further taking of
the same till to-morrow, then to be continued at the same place, and between the same hours, mentioned in the annexed notice.

P. F.-