Now at this day come again they parties aforesaid by their respective attornies, and the Court here being now sufficiently advised of and concerning the premises, do consider and adjudge that the said plaintiff take nothing by her writ of error sued out in the above entitled cause — but that the said writ be dismissed, and that the said go thereof without day and recover of the said plaintiff his costs and charges herein expended and have thereof execution.
State of Missouri Sct.
I, Hampton S. Boon Clerk of the Supreme Court of the State of Missouri, do certify that the foregoing is a full and complete transcript of the judgment of said Supreme Court, rendered at its March Term 1848, in the case of Irene Emerson Plaintiff in error, and Harriet (Colored woman) defendant in error, —from theSt. Louis Circuit Court.
In testimony whereof I hereunto set out my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at office, in the City of Jefferson, the 24th of July AD 1848.