In 1832, Stephen, a slave belonging to the estate of Duncan McRae of Tomoka, East Florida, killed three oxen, two cows, and three calves while wounding seven oxen and two cows. The owner of the livestock, Douglas Dummett, asks that the captured and convicted Stephen be released from jail and released from a $300 fine imposed by a jury when a representative of the McRae estate pays him for damages.
Result: Referred to select committee.
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Repository: Florida State Archives, Tallahassee, Florida