Cases Adjudged in the Supreme Court of New-Jersey; relative to the Manumission of Negroes and others holden in bondage
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In the Same Term of September 1782

([Minutes,] p.48.)


On Habeas Corpus to bring the Body of Negro Caesar Tite.

The Defendant having returned the Habeus Corpus, and brought up the Body of the said Negro Caesar Tite, It is ordered that the Defendant enter into Security in the Sum of Two Hundred Pounds to bring up the Body of the said Negro Caesar on the second Tuesday in November next, and abide the Judgment of the Court respecting the said Negro, and that in Case the said Negro should be adjudged by this Court free, that the said Lewis M'Knight shall pay for the Service of the said Negro from this Time.

Recognizance accordingly.

[Other documents in this case: defendant's appearance, Manum.Cas.11, and decision, Manum.Cas.11-12]