Taylor v. Caesar. Trespass for enslaving the defendant. Plea non cul. Evidence offered
was a bargain between Caesar and Taylor that on payment of £— he woud set the boy
free and proof was of payment of consid[erable] sum, and Taylor offered bill of sale in Evidence to which it was objected that its
improper and doth not tend to support the plea and Trials per pais and Gilbert L.
Evid. were produced. The Court doubted at first but since it was (I think June 1772)
rejected by whole Court.