A bill to bind out the mulatto children of white women.
by Lisa Y. Henderson
Mr. Baker moved for leave to bring in a bill to impower the Justices of the Inferior Courts to bind out Mulatto Children born of any white woman
Ordered that he have leave accordingly
Mr. Baker presented the aforementioned Bill which he read in his place and delivered in at the Table where the same was again read by the Clerk. Then on Motion, Ordered that the said Bill lie on the Table for the perusal of the House.
From the Minutes of the Lower House of the North Carolina General Assembly, Tuesday, 25 Nov 1760, p. 495. Colonial and State Records of North Carolina.