Docket Entry, between 25 October and circa 29 November 1841 [State of Illinois v. Eagle]

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State of ,) Assault and Battery.
Vs)
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Mayor’s fees— $. 5.75.
Constable’s fees— 2.25.
Fines—— 65.00.
$ 73.00.
October 25, 1841, upon the affidavit of a warrant issued against for an assault and battery, committed on the Said on the day and year above written, near the grocery of , in the city of .
October 25, 1841, warrant executed by , High Constable, by bringing the forward.
, , Joseph Smith, Jesse D. Hunter, Milton Clark, , , and J. Strather, appeared as witnesses for the people; and for the .
fined thirty dollars for contempt of court, for six several offences.
Graham Coultrin [Coltrin], , , , P[erregrine] G. Sessions, and John Bills, were sworn as jurors.
On hearing the jury returned a verdict of thirty-five dollars fine, and costs of suit, against the .
November [blank] 1841, execution issued for sixty-five dollars fines, and eight dollars costs.
November 30, 1841, judgment satisfied by appearing, and confessing a judgment of 43 dollars debt and costs of suit; and presenting a bill of damages for losses sustained by him in the removal of the grocery claimed by him, & , for 30 dollars which was allowed.
City of , Ill., Nov. 30— 1841.
City of ,
To Sir.
To losses sustained in the removal of and injury done to the grocery building owned by & — $30,00.
Nov. 30— 1841— Received payment in full for the above demand.
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Attest— . [p. 12]
State of ,) Assault and Battery.
Vs)
.)
Mayor’s fees— $. 5.75.
Constable’s fees— 2.25.
Fines—— 65.00.
$ 73.00.
October 25, 1841, upon the affidavit of a warrant issued against for an assault and battery, committed on the Said on the day and year above written, near the grocery of , in the city of .
October 25, 1841, warrant executed by , High Constable, by bringing the forward.
, , Joseph Smith, Jesse D. Hunter, Milton Clark, , , and J. Strather, appeared as witnesses for the people; and for the .
fined thirty dollars for contempt of court, for six several offences.
Graham Coultrin [Coltrin], , , , Perregrine G. Sessions, and John Bills, were sworn as jurors.
On hearing the jury returned a verdict of thirty-five dollars fine, and costs of suit, against the .
November [blank] 1841, execution issued for sixty-five dollars fines, and eight dollars costs.
November 30, 1841, judgment satisfied by appearing, and confessing a judgment of 43 dollars debt and costs of suit; and presenting a bill of damages for losses sustained by him in the removal of the grocery claimed by him, & , for 30 dollars which was allowed.
City of , Ill., Nov. 30— 1841.
City of ,
To Sir.
To losses sustained in the removal of and injury done to the grocery building owned by & — $30,00.
Nov. 30— 1841— Received payment in full for the above demand.
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Attest— . [p. 12]
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