Henry, Francis, & Sarah Gibson v. James C. Hall, James Laurie, & Elizabeth Laurie. Special Verdict


We of the Jury for the plff Petrs subject to the opinion of the court upon the case stated & reserved; and that is to say, if the court be of opinion upon such case stated, that the petitioners are entitled to their freedom aborted by we find for the petitioners. But if the court be of opinion that, upon such case stated & reserved, the petitioner's title to freedom is not established, then we find the issue joined for deft.

and it is Mem.[?] the question of the competency of the said evidence to affect the title & interest of the deft Jas C. Hall, in this case is reserved to deft.

(The Jury)


The Special Verdict