Docket Entry, 23–circa 24 November 1843 [State of Illinois v. Finch on Habeas Corpus]

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After hearing the evidence in support of said Peti[ti]on, <​and [4 words illegible] being offered​> It was <​is​> ordered by the court that the petioned <​petioner​> be honorably discharged on the merits of the case, and . And it is further ordered by the court that pay the costs of this suit, as it appears from the testimony that this suit was caused by a vexatious and malicious suit, on the part of said .
issued vs December 15[th]. 1843 $24.30¼.
January 17 [3 words illegible] returned, January 29[th]. 1844. Satisfied.— 24.30¼ Excution on file. The fees paid to their respective claimants [p. 90]
After hearing the evidence in support of said Petition, It is ordered by the court that the petioner be honorably discharged on the merits of the case, and . And it is further ordered by the court that pay the costs of this suit, as it appears from the testimony that this suit was caused by a vexatious and malicious suit, on the part of said .
issued vs December 15[th]. 1843 $24.30¼.
returned, January 29[th]. 1844. Satisfied.— 24.30¼ Excution on file. The fees paid to their respective claimants [p. 90]
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