Account of Hearing, 4 January 1843 [Extradition of JS for Accessory to Assault]

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. if the papers are sufficient— you abandon the papers & go into the case. the whole case.— guilt or innocence— did he flee f[r]om Mo? is <​he​> a fugitive f[r]om Justice? is bound to surrender him as a fugitive. has complied with the statute— <​By the​> Court: <​Do you say the​> Judge of the S. C. [supreme court] of could not issue— a ?. [I] dont deny .— party brought up has no right <​to​> go into trial on any of the facts behind Record— <​read​> Gordons Digest— [blank] Charles 2d— Grant Habeus corpus <​Act​>— Large Majority of English Judges submittd to the 12 by Parliamnt 9 Wendell [p. 55]
. if the papers are sufficient— you abandon the papers & go into the case. the whole case.— guilt or innocence— did he flee from Mo? is he a fugitive from Justice? is bound to surrender him as a fugitive. has complied with the statute— By the Court: Do you say the Judge of the S. C. [supreme court] of could not issue— a ?— . [I] dont deny .— party brought up has no right to go into trial on any of the facts behind Record— read Gordons Digest— [blank] Charles 2d— Grant Habeus corpus Act— Large Majority of English Judges submittd to the 12 by Parliamnt 9 Wendell [p. 55]
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