Account of Hearing, 10 February 1843, as Reported by James Sloan [State of Illinois v. Olney]

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Mr , Sworn— went with the to s, search was made there, & many of the Goods he now sees were found there.— [four lines blank]
<​ discharged, <​upon <​hearing​> the testimony produced,​> no evidence​>
Court. is to <​be held to​> give Bail in a Sum of five thousand Dollars to appear at the next Circuit Court to be held at , <​Hancock Co Ills, on the first day <​thereof​>​> or be Committed to the County Jail of said for <​to abide​> his Trial, & that And the Witnesses , , , , Mary Olney, & to be <​each​> bound in a Recognizance to appear & prosecute. [remainder of page blank] [p. [5]]
, Sworn— went with the to s, search was made there, & many of the Goods he now sees were found there.— [four lines blank]
discharged, upon hearing the testimony produced,
Court. is to be held to give Bail in a Sum of five thousand Dollars to appear at the next Circuit Court to be held at , Hancock Co Ills, on the first day thereof or be Committed to the County Jail of said for to abide his Trial, And the Witnesses , , , , Mary Olney, & to be each bound in a Recognizance to appear & prosecute. [remainder of page blank] [p. [5]]
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