Mount St. Mary's College to the use of Louisa Mahoney, a woman of color v. Francis B. Jameson and Edmund H. McCabe
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The Court being of opinion that
the foregoing petition contains suf
ficient matter to authorize the com
mencement of a suit, it is ordered
First, that the said petitioner be
allowed to sue.

Second, That the said petitioner have
reasonable liberty to attend her Counsel
and the Court, as occasion may require
that she be not removed out of the
jurisdiction of the Court, and that
she be not subject to any severity
on account of her application
for freedom.

And further the Court being
satisified from the affidavit an
nexed to and filed with the said
petition, that the said petitioner
is a poor person, and unable
to prosecute her suit, and pay
the costs and expenses thereof,
it is ordered that the said
petitioner be permitted to com
mence and procecuted her action
as a poor person.

Att Mar. 11th 1854

March 11th 1854
Wm. J. Hammund, Clk