Docket Entry, between circa 2 and circa 3 April 1844 [State of Illinois v. Greene et al.]

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Municipal Court
State of Illinois) ss [scilicet]
City of )
On Habeus Corpus. April 2d 1844
Habeus Corpus $0.50
Docketing suit .12½
Swearing to affidavit .12½
Subpoena .25
Summons for court .25
Serving Summons 2.25
Service on Subpoena .35
Swearing five witnesses .31¼
<​Witness fees—​> <​2.50​>
Marshal’s fees for serving writ and attending court 1.35
Allowed constible for return of prisoner 1.10
Chief Justice— 1.50
Associate Justices 8.75
Entering Judgment .25
Execution 25
$19.86¼
<​return of execution​> <​12½​>
<​marshall’s fee—​> <​50​>
<​20.48¾​>
This day came , and and upon the reading and filing the joint petition for a writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to one , to have forthwith before the Municipal Court the Bodies of the said . and upon said writ of Habeus corpus: said writ of Habeus corpus was issued by the clerk in accordance with the prayer of the petitioners. Subpoena issued for . &
April 3d. Special Session. April 3d 1844, 1. o clock P. M.
Present Joseph Smith Chief Justice, , , , , Gustavus Hills, and Aldermen and Associate Justices.
, High Constable, to whom was committed the service of the Writ of Habeus corpus. made his return thereon, which writ, with the return thereon in <​is​> on file in the clerks office
, Constable, made his return on the copy of the original writ. served on him, the said , which copy, with the return thereon is on file in the Clerk’s office.
A copy of the warrant, issued by J. P.— and by which the Petitioners were held in custody, was presented the court, which copy, with the return of the constable thereon are <​is​> on file in the clerk’s office; also the petition for Habeus corpus is on file in the clerks office.
The subpoena with the returns thereon are on file in the clerk’s office.
The summons for calling a special session of the court with the returns thereon are on file in the Clerk’s office.
The bodies of the Petitioner’s before the Court; The court assined them Esq— as counsel.
was sworn, and testified, that when the marshal , was about serving a writ on another individual said to the “God damn you”
, was sworn. and testified that [p. 91]
Municipal Court
State of Illinois) ss [scilicet]
City of )
On Habeus Corpus. April 2d 1844
Habeus Corpus $0.50
Docketing suit .12½
Swearing to affidavit .12½
Subpoena .25
Summons for court .25
Serving Summons 2.25
Service on Subpoena .35
Swearing five witnesses .31¼
Witness fees— 2.50
Marshal’s fees for serving writ and attending court 1.35
Allowed constible for return of prisoner 1.10
Chief Justice— 1.50
Associate Justices 8.75
Entering Judgment .25
Execution 25
$19.86¼
return of execution 12½
marshall’s fee— 50
20.48¾
This day came , and and upon the reading and filing the joint petition for a writ of Habeus Corpus to be directed to one , to have forthwith before the Municipal Court the Bodies of the said . and upon said writ of Habeus corpus: said writ of Habeus corpus was issued by the clerk in accordance with the prayer of the petitioners. Subpoena issued for . &
April 3d. Special Session. April 3d 1844, 1. o clock P. M.
Present Joseph Smith Chief Justice, , , , , Gustavus Hills, and Aldermen and Associate Justices.
, High Constable, to whom was committed the service of the Writ of Habeus corpus. made his return thereon, which writ, with the return thereon is on file in the clerks office
, Constable, made his return on the copy of the original writ. served on him, the said , which copy, with the return thereon is on file in the Clerk’s office.
A copy of the warrant, issued by J. P.— and by which the Petitioners were held in custody, was presented the court, which copy, with the return of the constable thereon is on file in the clerk’s office; also the petition for Habeus corpus is on file in the clerks office.
The subpoena with the returns thereon are on file in the clerk’s office.
The summons for calling a special session of the court with the returns thereon are on file in the Clerk’s office.
The bodies of the Petitioner’s before the Court; The court assined them Esq— as counsel.
was sworn, and testified, that when the marshal , was about serving a writ on another individual said to the “God damn you”
, was sworn. and testified that [p. 91]
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