Duncan v. Magette, 1860
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This case is about slaves or slavery.

Year: 1860
Citation: 25 Tex. 245
Jurisdiction: Texas
Short Summary: Plaintiff, overseer, brought suit to recover $730 he had deposited with his employer, Defendant. Defendant countered that Plaintiff had killed an enslaved person Defendant had owned, valued at $1,500 , and therefore would not return the $730 as Plaintiff owed him the value of the enslaved person Plaintiff had murdered "without cause."
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Full name: John Duncan V. J. J. Magette
Court: Supreme Court of Texas

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