Docket Entry, between 30 July and circa 2 August 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. McGraw and White]

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City of ) Breach of a City Ordinance, by Selling Spirituous Liquors.
vs)
Wm. H. McGraw)
<​and​>)
James White)
July 30th. 1842. Summons issued on the complaint of , to appear at Ten oClock A. M. on tuesday August 2nd., A Subpeona issued on behalf of the , to bring forward Jerome Remmington, , Horace Whitney, , John Hoskinson, , and , as Witnesses, at the time above named.
August 2nd. 1842 Summons returned endorsed “duly served by reading July 30th. , High Constable, fees, 75.—
Same day Subpoena was returned, endorsed , Horace Whitney, , John Hoskinson, , , duly served by reading August 1st. 1842, High Constable fees, 87½.— The Defendants did not appear.
Fine— $25,00 )
Mayors fees— 1,37½)
Consts. fees 1,62½)
and John Hoskinson appeared and were examined upon Oath, and upon hearing, the Defendants were fined in a Sum of twenty five Dollars, & Costs of Suit.— August 2nd. 1842, Execution issued directed to the City , for twenty five Dollars Debt, and three Dollars Cost, returnable in 70 days from the date.
August 9th. 1842.— Execution returned, endorsed, “No property found within the whereon to levy, August 9th. 1842. High Constable, fees 50”.— [p. 34]
City of ) Breach of a City Ordinance, by Selling Spirituous Liquors.
vs)
Wm. H. McGraw)
and)
James White)
July 30th. 1842. Summons issued on the complaint of , to appear at Ten oClock A. M. on tuesday August 2nd., A Subpeona issued on behalf of the , to bring forward Jerome Remmington, , Horace Whitney, , John Hoskinson, , and , as Witnesses, at the time above named.
August 2nd. 1842 Summons returned endorsed “duly served by reading July 30th. , High Constable, fees, 75.—
Same day Subpoena was returned, endorsed , Horace Whitney, , John Hoskinson, , , duly served by reading August 1st. 1842, High Constable fees, 87½.— The Defendants did not appear.
Fine— $25,00 )
Mayors fees— 1,37½)
Consts. fees 1,62½)
and John Hoskinson appeared and were examined upon Oath, and upon hearing, the Defendants were fined in a Sum of twenty five Dollars, & Costs of Suit.— August 2nd. 1842, Execution issued directed to the City , for twenty five Dollars Debt, and three Dollars Cost, returnable in 70 days from the date.
August 9th. 1842.— Execution returned, endorsed, “No property found within the whereon to levy, August 9th. 1842. High Constable, fees 50”.— [p. 34]
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