Docket Entry, between circa 10 and circa 17 October 1843 [State of Illinois v. Drown]

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Municipal Court.
State of Illinois) ss.
City of )
$ Cts
Habeus Corpus ,50
Serving Writ & copy. ,50
Summons for Court ,25
Fees for service of Summons 1.50
Docketing Suit .12½
Docket fee 3.00
Marshal’s fees for nursing prisoner 7 days 7.00
Entering Judgment ,25
Aldermen Fees 11.00
Execution— .25
$24 37½
<return of execution> <12½>
<Marshall’s fees for service> <50.>
<25.00>
On Habeus Corpus. October 10th. 1843.
This day came Charles Drown and upon the reading and filing the petition for a writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to one Samuel Waterman to have forthwith before the Municipal Court the body of said Drown, upon said Writ of Habeus Corpus; said writ of Habeus corpus was issued by the in accordance with the prayer of petitioner, no fees allowed.
Wednesday morning 10 o’clock. October 11th. 1843
Special Term,
Present associate Justices , , , Gustavus Hills, , and . was chosen President Pro. Tem.
, the person named thereon, made his return on the original writ of Habeus corpus. which writ, with the return thereon is now on file.
Samuel Waterman made his return on the copy of the original writ served on him and the same as <is> now on file. . . Court adjourned until Friday morning 10 o’clock. October 13th. 1843.
Friday October 13th. 1843. 10 o’clock A. M.
Court present, according to adjournment, To Wit; Joseph Smith chief Justice; , , Gustavus Hills, and associate Justices.
, to whose charge the prisoner was. committed, made his return “The Prisoner sick but in custody at my <his> house.”
Then came charles Drown by his Attorney George P. Stiles, and plead his discharge on informality in the original writ,— and for want of substance in the affidavit, with rejoinder by acting attorney for the State.
The Court adjudged the papers sufficient to proceed to trial. Hills, , and in the affirmative; , & chief Justice Smith in the negative.
At 15 minutes past 12— Court adjourned until 2 o’clock. [p. 87]
Municipal Court.
State of Illinois) ss.
City of )
$ Cts
Habeus Corpus ,50
Serving Writ & copy. ,50
Summons for Court ,25
Fees for service of Summons 1.50
Docketing Suit .12½
Docket fee 3.00
Marshal’s fees for nursing prisoner 7 days 7.00
Entering Judgment ,25
Aldermen Fees 11.00
Execution— .25
$24 37½
return of execution 12½
Marshall’s fees for service 50.
25.00
On Habeus Corpus. October 10th. 1843.
This day came Charles Drown and upon the reading and filing the petition for a writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to one Samuel Waterman to have forthwith before the Municipal Court the body of said Drown, upon said Writ of Habeus Corpus; said writ of Habeus corpus was issued by the in accordance with the prayer of petitioner, no fees allowed.
Wednesday morning 10 o’clock. October 11th. 1843
Special Term,
Present associate Justices , , , Gustavus Hills, , and . was chosen President Pro. Tem.
, the person named thereon, made his return on the original writ of Habeus corpus. which writ, with the return thereon is now on file.
Samuel Waterman made his return on the copy of the original writ served on him and the same is now on file. . . Court adjourned until Friday morning 10 o’clock. October 13th. 1843.
Friday October 13th. 1843. 10 o’clock A. M.
Court present, according to adjournment, To Wit; Joseph Smith chief Justice; , , Gustavus Hills, and associate Justices.
, to whose charge the prisoner was. committed, made his return “The Prisoner sick but in custody at his house.”
Then came charles Drown by his Attorney George P. Stiles, and plead his discharge on informality in the original writ,— and for want of substance in the affidavit, with rejoinder by acting attorney for the State.
The Court adjudged the papers sufficient to proceed to trial. Hills, , and in the affirmative; , & chief Justice Smith in the negative.
At 15 minutes past 12— Court adjourned until 2 o’clock. [p. 87]
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