Mary Bell v. Susan Armistead. Jury Instructions

 

Qualification (C)

That "the force and coertion" and above mentioned, may be either Physical or moral, either by force and coertion used upon the person of Armistead, or upon his mind to such degree that his own free will was disturbed restrained (and the Jury may infer such that such was his conniption if they believe from the evidence that he was too weak to resist the said undue in influences or fraudulent influences, under which the said deed was made.) provided the Jury shall find that such influences were used)

The first charge given

The last charge refused

6 Decr 1847

Refused. J.D. contra. 6 Decr 1847

all without the brackets given the rest refused. & excepted to.