Docket Entry, between 14 and circa 15 November 1842 [State of Illinois v. D. Brown and Edwards]

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State of ) Felony.
Vs)
Daniel Brown, &)
Thomas S. Edwards)
Mayors Fees $2,43¾
Constables— 1,56¼
Witness’s fees— 2,00
$6,00
Novr. 14th 1842. Upon the Oath of William Niswanger a Warrant issued against Daniel Brown & Thomas S. Edwards, for the said Daniel Brown wilfully & maliciously as Deponent believes, taking & conveying away Cotton Wood Logs belonging to him Deponent, nine or ten in number, in the City of , upon the said 14th. day of November 1842, and the said Thomas S. Edwards for aiding and abetting in the removal of said Logs as aforesaid, in said , County of , & aforesaid.
Novr. 15th. 1842. Warrant executed by James M. Flack <​Constable​> bringing the Defendants forward.
Novr 15th. 1842. A Subpoena issued upon behalf of the , for Isaac Riley Clark, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Saml. P. Kelsy, Heltsy Wilford, & Thomas Kelsy, which was returned by James M. Flack, Const with the services marked on back thereof, upon said Witnesses, upon said day.
Same day the Witnesses Isaac R. Clark, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Thomas Kelsy, & Saml. P. Kelsey, attended & were examined, as also the said William Niswanger, all on behalf of the .
James Brown, & George W. Davidson were produced, Sworn & examined as Witnesses for the Defendants.
The proofs and allegations being fully heard on the part of both Parties, it was adjudged that the Defendants <​nor either of them​> are not guilty, and that they be discharged, & Prosecutor to pay full Costs.
The Witnesses, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Saml. P. Kelsy, & Thomas Kelsey, claimed payment for their attendances as Witnesses.
Decr. 10th. 1842. Execution was made out for $6.00 Costs, as Taxed, and delivered to Const. on the 31st. Jany. 1843.—
March 1st. 1843. Execution returned, endorsed, “fees $0,50, no property found on which to levy, March 1st. 1843. . Con”.—
April 4th. 1843. Execution renewed, for $6.50 Costs, & delivered to Const. on the 26th April 1843.—
May 30th. 1843.— Execution returned, endorsed, “property sold to May 11th. 1843.— Recd Order by Order of the Mayor for $6.50 Given to this 30th day of May 1843.—
Con fees—— ,50
advertising—— ,25
per Cent on—— 65
$1,40
demand— 6,50
7,90
7,90
6,50
$1,40
Paid in full May 30th. 1843.
Const.— [p. 37]
State of ) Felony.
Vs)
Daniel Brown, &)
Thomas S. Edwards)
Mayors Fees $2,43¾
Constables— 1,56¼
Witness’s fees— 2,00
$6,00
Novr. 14th 1842. Upon the Oath of William Niswanger a Warrant issued against Daniel Brown & Thomas S. Edwards, for the said Daniel Brown wilfully & maliciously as Deponent believes, taking & conveying away Cotton Wood Logs belonging to him Deponent, nine or ten in number, in the City of , upon the said 14th. day of November 1842, and the said Thomas S. Edwards for aiding and abetting in the removal of said Logs as aforesaid, in said , County of , & aforesaid.
Novr. 15th. 1842. Warrant executed by James M. Flack Constable bringing the Defendants forward.
Novr 15th. 1842. A Subpoena issued upon behalf of the , for Isaac Riley Clark, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Saml. P. Kelsy, Heltsy Wilford, & Thomas Kelsy, which was returned by James M. Flack, Const with the services marked on back thereof, upon said Witnesses, upon said day.
Same day the Witnesses Isaac R. Clark, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Thomas Kelsy, & Saml. P. Kelsey, attended & were examined, as also the said William Niswanger, all on behalf of the .
James Brown, & George W. Davidson were produced, Sworn & examined as Witnesses for the Defendants.
The proofs and allegations being fully heard on the part of both Parties, it was adjudged that the Defendants nor either of them are not guilty, and that they be discharged, & Prosecutor to pay full Costs.
The Witnesses, Nathan Cheney, Edmund Nelson, Saml. P. Kelsy, & Thomas Kelsey, claimed payment for their attendances as Witnesses.
Decr. 10th. 1842. Execution was made out for $6.00 Costs, as Taxed, and delivered to Const. on the 31st. Jany. 1843.—
March 1st. 1843. Execution returned, endorsed, “fees $0,50, no property found on which to levy, March 1st. 1843. . Con”.—
April 4th. 1843. Execution renewed, for $6.50 Costs, & delivered to Const. on the 26th April 1843.—
May 30th. 1843.— Execution returned, endorsed, “property sold to May 11th. 1843.— Recd Order by Order of the Mayor for $6.50 Given to this 30th day of May 1843.—
Con fees—— ,50
advertising—— ,25
per Cent on—— 65
$1,40
demand— 6,50
7,90
7,90
6,50
$1,40
Paid in full May 30th. 1843.
Const.— [p. 37]
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