Bill from William Law, 5 July 1842

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<​See below​> <​Entitled An Ordinance in relation to Writs of Habeus Corpus.—​>
<​Sec. 1.​> Be it <​and it is hereby​> ordained by the City Council of the City of that no Citizen of this<​this​> City of , Shall be taken out of the by any writ, without the privilege of investigation before the Municipal Court, and the benefit of <​a writ of​> Habeus Corpus, as granted in the Seventhenth Section of the Charter of this ,
Be it understood that this ordinance is enacted for the protection of the citizens of this , that they may in all cases have the rights of trial in this , and not be su[b]jected to illegal process by their Enemies,
<​Sec. 2.— This ord[inan]ce​> to take effect <​and be in force​> from & after its passage.— passed July 5th. 1842.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.—
, Recorder.—
 
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See below An Ordinance in relation to Writs of Habeus Corpus.—
Sec. 1. Be it and it is hereby ordained by the City Council of the City of that no Citizen of this City , Shall be taken out of the by any writ, without the privilege of investigation before the Municipal Court, and the benefit of a writ of Habeus Corpus, as granted in the Seventhenth Section of the Charter of this ,
Be it understood that this ordinance is enacted for the protection of the citizens of this , that they may in all cases have the rights of trial in this , and not be subjected to illegal process by their Enemies,
Sec. 2.— This ordinance to take effect and be in force from & after its passage.— passed July 5th. 1842.
Joseph Smith, Mayor.—
, Recorder.—
 
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