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

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where upon the court ordered that the Petitioners. and , be discharged on the merits of the case and go hence without day; that is a very disorderly person; that this case on Habeus Corpus originated in a malicious and vexatious suit instituted by . against the petitioners. now discharged, and that said pay the cost.
May 7. 1844 Execution issued vs. $19.86¼ to Marshal
Novr. 4. 1844 Execution returned “no property whereupon to levy the same, belonging to said & also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of the City of & sincethe proper return day of the same
J[onathan] C. Wright C. M.
February 10. 1845 The clerk has drawn on the for the above fees, amounting to 20.48¾— [p. 93]
where upon the court ordered that the Petitioners. and , be discharged on the merits of the case and go hence without day; that is a very disorderly person; that this case on Habeus Corpus originated in a malicious and vexatious suit instituted by . against the petitioners. now discharged, and that said pay the cost.
May 7. 1844 Execution issued vs. $19.86¼ to Marshal
Novr. 4. 1844 Execution returned “no property whereupon to levy the same, belonging to said & also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of the City of & sincethe proper return day of the same
Jonathan C. Wright C. M.
February 10. 1845 The clerk has drawn on the for the above fees, amounting to 20.48¾— [p. 93]
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