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Docket Entry, between circa 13 and circa 17 June 1843 [State of Illinois v. Dayley and McMellin]

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State of ) Riot
vs.)
James Dayley &)
James McMellin)
Justice fees ,87)
const. 2,25)
June 13, 1843, Upon the oath of Josph Smith, issued a Warrant for James Dayley & James McMellen, for Riot in the County of on or about the 12th inst.
June 17th 1843, Warrant returned endorsed I have served the within by reading to James McBride, James McMellen, and James Dayley, and have them here before you. June 17, 1843, Sheriff — by Deputy Sheriff, fees 2,25—
June 17, 1843, The court being called and no one appearing against the Defendants, they were discharged for want of evidence, [p. 152]
State of ) Riot
vs.)
James Dayley &)
James McMellin)
Justice fees ,87)
const. 2,25)
June 13, 1843, Upon the oath of Josph Smith, issued a Warrant for James Dayley & James McMellen, for Riot in the County of on or about the 12th inst.
June 17th 1843, Warrant returned endorsed I have served the within by reading to James McBride, James McMellen, and James Dayley, and have them here before you. June 17, 1843, Sheriff — by Deputy Sheriff, fees 2,25—
June 17, 1843, The court being called and no one appearing against the Defendants, they were discharged for want of evidence, [p. 152]
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