Docket Entry, between 1 and circa 6 December 1842, Copy [City of Nauvoo v. Davis for Assault]

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No 75
Filed Feby 28th 1843
Clerk By M. Avise D C [Deputy Clerk]
<​75​>
State of Illinois) Assault & Battery, & violation of the Ordinances of the City of .
Hancock County)
City of )
vs.)
)
Fine—— 50,00)
Mayors fees— 4,18¾)
s fees— 2,06¼)
$56,25)
Decr. 1st. 1842. Upon the Complaint of William C. Walker, upon Oath, a Warrant issued against , for assault & Battery, at the house of said , on the 1st day of Decr. 1842, also for violating the Ordinances of the City of , directed to the , & returnable before the Mayor, (who issued said Warrant,) at twelve oClock at noon on friday Decr. 2nd. 1842.
Decr 2nd. 1842. Subpoenas issued for , , Jas. I. Gilbert, Wm Thompson, Elijah Session, Michael Barns, , & David W. Matthews [Mathews], as Witnesses in the above Case, & returned, endorsed, “the above named <​names​> subpoenaed except & Session,— fees $1,00. , Marshal.”
The hearing was adjourned by Consent until 2 oClock p m this day.
Decr. 2nd. 1842.— Warrant executed as endorsed thus, “the within served & the body of the brought before & delivered to the Court. fees 31¼¢, Marshal, Decr 2nd. 1842.”
Same day.— The hearing was adjourned by Consent of all Parties, until ten oClock A. M. on tuesday next, by reason of the Witnesses for the prosecution not being served a reasonable time before the hour for appearance, & being unable to procure his Witnesses, & it being now the hour appointed for Trial.
Same day.— A further Complaint was made on Oath by said William C. Walker before Joseph Smith, Mayor, setting forth that on or about the lst. day of Decr. 1842, indecent & unbecoming language & behaviour was used towards him contrary to the Ordinance of said in such Cases made & provided, & that one is guilty of the facts above charged.
Decr. 5th. 1842. Subpoenas issued for , David W. Matthews, Michael Barns Jr., , , Jas. I. Gilbert, Wm. Thompson, & Elijah Session, as Witnesses & [blank] Seely, Ira S. Miles, Joseph A. McCall, Jas A. Easton, as Witnesses also, & returned, endorsed, “served on the within named Ira S. Miles, Joseph A. McCall, & Jas. A. Easton, fees 50¢. , Marshal.[”]
Decr, 6th. 1842. A further complaint was made on Oath by said Wm. C. Walker, before Joseph Smith, Mayor, that on or about the 1st. day of Decr. [p. [1]]
No 75
Filed Feby 28th 1843
Clerk By M. Avise D C [Deputy Clerk]
75
State of Illinois) Assault & Battery, & violation of the Ordinances of the City of .
Hancock County)
City of )
vs.)
)
Fine—— 50,00)
Mayors fees— 4,18¾)
s fees— 2,06¼)
$56,25)
Decr. 1st. 1842. Upon the Complaint of William C. Walker, upon Oath, a Warrant issued against , for assault & Battery, at the house of said , on the 1st day of Decr. 1842, also for violating the Ordinances of the City of , directed to the , & returnable before the Mayor, (who issued said Warrant,) at twelve oClock at noon on friday Decr. 2nd. 1842.
Decr 2nd. 1842. Subpoenas issued for , , Jas. I. Gilbert, Wm Thompson, Elijah Session, Michael Barns, , & David W. Matthews [Mathews], as Witnesses in the above Case, & returned, endorsed, “the above names subpoenaed except & Session,— fees $1,00. , Marshal.”
The hearing was adjourned by Consent until 2 oClock p m this day.
Decr. 2nd. 1842.— Warrant executed as endorsed thus, “the within served & the body of the brought before & delivered to the Court. fees 31¼¢— , Marshal, Decr 2nd. 1842.”
Same day.— The hearing was adjourned by Consent of all Parties, until ten oClock A. M. on tuesday next, by reason of the Witnesses for the prosecution not being served a reasonable time before the hour for appearance, & being unable to procure his Witnesses, & it being now the hour appointed for Trial.
Same day.— A further Complaint was made on Oath by said William C. Walker before Joseph Smith, Mayor, setting forth that on or about the lst. day of Decr. 1842, indecent & unbecoming language & behaviour was used towards him contrary to the Ordinance of said in such Cases made & provided, & that one is guilty of the facts above charged.
Decr. 5th. 1842. Subpoenas issued for , David W. Matthews, Michael Barns Jr., , , Jas. I. Gilbert, Wm. Thompson, & Elijah Session, as Witnesses & [blank] Seely, Ira S. Miles, Joseph A. McCall, Jas A. Easton, as Witnesses also, & returned, endorsed, “served on the within named Ira S. Miles, Joseph A. McCall, & Jas. A. Easton, fees 50¢. , Marshal.”
Decr, 6th. 1842. A further complaint was made on Oath by said Wm. C. Walker, before Joseph Smith, Mayor, that on or about the 1st. day of Decr. [p. [1]]
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