Docket Entry, circa 13 June 1844 [State of Illinois v. H. Smith et al.]

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After hearing the testimony in the above case the court ordered that the petitioners , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and be, Jointly and Severally, honorably discharged from the accusations and arrest and that they go hence without d[el]ay, that said suit was institutd on complaint of through Malice. p[r]ivate Pique & corruption and that said pay the costs.—
<​June 13th/44​> Excution issued <​vs. ​> on complaint demand of $12.60— To , Marshal.
“November 4. 1844. Execution returned “no property found” and also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of & after the proper return day of the same”
J[onathan] C. Wright C. M.”
February 10. 1845 The clerk drew on the for the above fees amounting to 13.22½ [23 lines blank] [p. 112]
After hearing the testimony in the above case the court ordered that the petitioners , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and be, Jointly and Severally, honorably discharged from the accusations and arrest and that they go hence without delay, that said suit was institutd on complaint of through Malice. private Pique & corruption and that said pay the costs.—
June 13th/44 Excution issued vs. on demand of $12.60— To , Marshal.
“November 4. 1844. Execution returned “no property found” and also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of & after the proper return day of the same”
Jonathan C. Wright C. M.”
February 10. 1845 The clerk drew on the for the above fees amounting to 13.22½ [23 lines blank] [p. 112]
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