Docket Entry, circa 5 May 1843 [State of Illinois v. Olney]

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3 Coats, 1 pair satinett pantaloons, 2 pair Cotton pantaloons, 1 pair mole Skin pantaloons, 2 pair white Socks, 9 pairs of Womens Shoes, 12 pair of Childrens red Shoes, 3 Caps, 2 pieces of Satinett, 1 do kentucky Jeans, 1 piece of flannel White, 6 balls of wicking, 2 pairs Socks, 2 merino Shawls, 1 Remnant of white flannel, 1 piece of hickory Shirting, 13 pieces of Calico, 4 pieces of gingham, 1 piece canvass, 1 piece of glazed Linen, 13 pieces of Silk for bonnets (in a lot), 1 piece bleached Shirting, 1 piece white drilling, 1 piece glazed Cambrick, or Linen, 5 Cotton &c Shawls, 35 pieces Ribbons assorted Colours, 1 piece of Wilmington Stripe, 7 belt Ribbons, 2 bunches cotton thread, 8 dozen & 2 Spools of C thread, 12 kinds of Silk Handkerchiefs, 10 parcels of Gloves, 2 bunches of Stockings, 1 bunch lacing Cords, 1 bunch <​sewing​> Silk & Cotton Thread, 7 bunches of Razors, Knives, & Scissors, 7 bunches Combs, 6 bunches of buttons, 2 lots of Spoons, 1 lot of shaving Soap, 3 lots of Cord, 3 bunches of matches, 1 piece of pink lining, 1 piece apron Check, about 1 ream writing paper, 2 pair of fur Gloves, 1 piece of white drilling, 1 piece red flannel, 1 parcel of carving knives, 52 parcels of hardware, 1 ball of twine, 1 piece red padding, 1 piece mole Skin, 1 piece brown drilling, 17 pair pantaloons, 1 Round Jacket, 8 Vests, 27 pieces of Book muslin, laces, &c., 8 pieces Cambric, 5 pieces Calico, 1 pair Shoes 12 Spools thread, 2 pair Shoes,
<​the Wallet & bank Bill shd be here. set forth—​>
And the owner of the goods Moses Smith, which said goods were taken by the officer making the Arrest from the custody of one of the Defendants, , and brought with the defendants before the Court, the said Smith demanding the same and it being made satisfactorily to appear to this Court that the same are numerous and inconvenient to be transmitted to the Sheriff, and that they are the property of the said Smith, it is Ordered that the same goods so proved be delivered to the said Smith, with the exception of one pair of the Shoes, one bag, one Valice, one piece of blue Cloth, and one pocket book containing sundry papers, and a bank Bill of the denomination of fifty Dollars on the Bank of Alabama, and two Limper Stufs, and the excepted articles be retained as evidence, according to Law, on the further trial in the Circuit Court.
The Proofs and allegations having been fully heard, It is adjudged by the Court, that be, & hereby is released & discharged from Custody, there not appearing any testimony to convict him, & that be held to give Bail in a sum of five thousand Dollars to appear at the next Circuit Court to be held at , Hancock County, [p. 49]
3 Coats, 1 pair satinett pantaloons, 2 pair Cotton pantaloons, 1 pair mole Skin pantaloons, 2 pair white Socks, 9 pairs of Womens Shoes, 12 pair of Childrens red Shoes, 3 Caps, 2 pieces of Satinett, 1 do kentucky Jeans, 1 piece of flannel White, 6 balls of wicking, 2 pairs Socks, 2 merino Shawls, 1 Remnant of white flannel, 1 piece of hickory Shirting, 13 pieces of Calico, 4 pieces of gingham, 1 piece canvass, 1 piece of glazed Linen, 13 pieces of Silk for bonnets (in a lot), 1 piece bleached Shirting, 1 piece white drilling, 1 piece glazed Cambrick, or Linen, 5 Cotton &c Shawls, 35 pieces Ribbons assorted Colours, 1 piece of Wilmington Stripe, 7 belt Ribbons, 2 bunches cotton thread, 8 dozen & 2 Spools of C thread, 12 kinds of Silk Handkerchiefs, 10 parcels of Gloves, 2 bunches of Stockings, 1 bunch lacing Cords, 1 bunch sewing Silk & Cotton Thread, 7 bunches of Razors, Knives, & Scissors, 7 bunches Combs, 6 bunches of buttons, 2 lots of Spoons, 1 lot of shaving Soap, 3 lots of Cord, 3 bunches of matches, 1 piece of pink lining, 1 piece apron Check, about 1 ream writing paper, 2 pair of fur Gloves, 1 piece of white drilling, 1 piece red flannel, 1 parcel of carving knives, 52 parcels of hardware, 1 ball of twine, 1 piece red padding, 1 piece mole Skin, 1 piece brown drilling, 17 pair pantaloons, 1 Round Jacket, 8 Vests, 27 pieces of Book muslin, laces, &c., 8 pieces Cambric, 5 pieces Calico, 1 pair Shoes 12 Spools thread, 2 pair Shoes,
the Wallet & bank Bill shd be here. set forth—
And the owner of the goods Moses Smith, which said goods were taken by the officer making the Arrest from the custody of one of the Defendants, , and brought with the defendants before the Court, the said Smith demanding the same and it being made satisfactorily to appear to this Court that the same are numerous and inconvenient to be transmitted to the Sheriff, and that they are the property of the said Smith, it is Ordered that the same goods so proved be delivered to the said Smith, with the exception of one pair of the Shoes, one bag, one Valice, one piece of blue Cloth, and one pocket book containing sundry papers, and a bank Bill of the denomination of fifty Dollars on the Bank of Alabama, and two Limper Stufs, and the excepted articles be retained as evidence, according to Law, on the further trial in the Circuit Court.
The Proofs and allegations having been fully heard, It is adjudged by the Court, that be, & hereby is released & discharged from Custody, there not appearing any testimony to convict him, & that be held to give Bail in a sum of five thousand Dollars to appear at the next Circuit Court to be held at , Hancock County, [p. 49]
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