Docket Entry, between circa 4 and circa 26 April 1843 [State of Illinois v. Hoopes et al.]

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State of )
Vs.)
Jonathan Hoopes)
& Lewis Hoopes)
On Habeas Corpus.
$ ¢
Habeas Corpus—— ,50
serving Writ 31¼
attg. [attending] Court— 1,00
Docket ffee—— 3,00
Clerk on Supersedeas— ,50
Clerk docktg. suit— ,12½
Swearing 8 Witness’s— 50
7 Witnesses, fees—— 3,50
Entering Judgment— ,25
Issuing Execution— ,25
$9,43¾
Entering s retern. 12½
Issueing fee bill 25.
Entering return 12½
Marshall’s fee 50
10.43¾
April 4th. 1843.— The Defts. filed a Petition, and a Copy of the Warrant under which they were in Custody, which Warrant was granted by J. P.—
Same day. A Writ of Habeas Corpus was issued by the Municipal Court, returnable forthwith, fee 50¢. Upon said Writ the following return was made, to wit; “The within served on the said by delivering him a Copy of the within, April 4th. 1843. Court notified to meet at the Mayors office on the 5th. day of April 1843 at 9 oClock A. M. Serving Writ 31¼¢. notifying Court $100. attendance $100. , Marshal.”
April 5th. 1843. The Court met at 9 oClock A. M.
Present, Joseph Smith, Mayor. Chief Justice, Aldermen , , [Gustavus] Hills, , , & Associate Justices.— did not attend.
The following are the charges contained in the Warrant, which was obtained upon the Oath of Betsyann Driggs, & was read, to wit; “that Jonathan Hoopes & Lewis Hoopes of [p. 51]
State of )
Vs.)
Jonathan Hoopes)
& Lewis Hoopes)
On Habeas Corpus.
$ ¢
Habeas Corpus—— ,50
serving Writ 31¼
attg. attending Court— 1,00
Docket ffee—— 3,00
Clerk docktg. suit— ,12½
Swearing 8 Witness’s— 50
7 Witnesses, fees—— 3,50
Entering Judgment— ,25
Issuing Execution— ,25
$9,43¾
Entering s retern. 12½
Issueing fee bill 25.
Entering return 12½
Marshall’s fee 50
10.43¾
April 4th. 1843.— The Defts. filed a Petition, and a Copy of the Warrant under which they were in Custody, which Warrant was granted by J. P.—
Same day. A Writ of Habeas Corpus was issued by the Municipal Court, returnable forthwith, fee 50¢. Upon said Writ the following return was made, to wit; “The within served on the said by delivering him a Copy of the within, April 4th. 1843. Court notified to meet at the Mayors office on the 5th. day of April 1843 at 9 oClock A. M. Serving Writ 31¼¢. notifying Court $100. attendance $100. , Marshal.”
April 5th. 1843. The Court met at 9 oClock A. M.
Present, Joseph Smith, Mayor. Chief Justice, Aldermen , , [Gustavus] Hills, , , & Associate Justices.— did not attend.
The following are the charges contained in the Warrant, which was obtained upon the Oath of Betsyann Driggs, & was read, to wit; “that Jonathan Hoopes & Lewis Hoopes of [p. 51]
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