Henry Lohre, a man of color v. Gayus (Gaius) Duty
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Nov. Term 1851
Thursday 26 Feb. 1852
HenryHenry LohreLohre
vs
Gay Duty

In the matter of
HenryHenry LohreLohre suing for
freedom
In the St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
November Term 1851

Being satisfied from the within
statement of ThomasThomas HarveyHarvey that the
within named petitioner HenryHenry LohreLohre is likely
to be removed beyond the Jurisdiction of this
Court before the termination of his suit for freedom
It is ordered by this Court that the clerk issue a
warrant under the Seal of this Court for the apprehension
of the said Petitioner & that he be brought without delay
before this Court.
It is further ordered that the Sheriff
take possession of said petitioner and hire him out
to the best advantage from time to time during the
residency of the suit.
And that said Sheriff take a Bond
from the hirer payable to the state of MissouriMissouri in the
penal sum of Fourteen hundred dollars with such
security as the Sheriff approves that
the petitioner shall during the pendency
of his suit have reasonable liberty of attending
his counsel & the Court.
That he shall not be
removed out of the Jurisdiction of this
Court during the pendency of his suit and
that he shall not be subjected to any severity
on account of his application for freedom-
and that the hirer will pay the hire to the
Sheriff and return the said petitioner at
the expiration of the term for which
he is hired or as soon as said suit is determined.

A. H. Judge

, March 11, 1852.