Docket Entry, circa 2 August 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. Thompson]

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City of ) Disorderly Conduct.
vs)
William Thompson)
Fine—
Mayors fees— 2,25
Constable— 1,25
Marshal— ,75
August 2nd. 1842. Upon the Complaint of Warren Smith a Warrant issued against William Thompson for disorderly Conduct, by Committing a breach of an ordinance of this , entitled “An Ordinance concerning Vagrants and disorderly persons.” to be executed forthwith.
Same day a Subpoena issued for Lovina [Patterson] Woolsey, Elizabeth Berkett, James Brown, Warren Smith, Alexander Stevens, Homer Jackson, and Stephen Page, as Witnesses,— Warrant executed by Constable bringing the Defendant forward same day. Consts Cost $— .37½
Subpoena returned served, by Const, Fees $87½.
All the Witness’s attended and were examined. & it is adjudged, that the said William Thompson enter into a Recognizance with sufficient security, in the Sum of Thirty Dollars, to keep the peace, and be of good behaviour towards the Citizens of this ; and generally, and especially towards Lovina Woolsey, for one year, and that he also pay the costs of Suit taxed to $4.25, and indemify the Corporation against any charge, or in default thereof, that he labour forty days at hard labour, for the benefit of this Corporation.
s fees for care over Prisoner during the night $— .75.
Recognizance prepared for Execution, or Signature, & delivered it to the , who afterwards gave it back without any return thereon.
Jany. 31st. 1843. Delivered it to , Const., to have signed.
March 1843. Recognizance returned by the Marshal, , & filed.
July 24th. 1843. Received from , by an undertaking to pay, from , for $1,87½, & your undertaking for the bals $— 37½, being in full of the Mayors Fees. [remainder of page blank] [p. 31]
City of ) Disorderly Conduct.
vs)
William Thompson)
Fine—
Mayors fees— 2,25
Constable— 1,25
Marshal— ,75
August 2nd. 1842. Upon the Complaint of Warren Smith a Warrant issued against William Thompson for disorderly Conduct, by Committing a breach of an ordinance of this , entitled “An Ordinance concerning Vagrants and disorderly persons.” to be executed forthwith.
Same day a Subpoena issued for Lovina Patterson Woolsey, Elizabeth Berkett, James Brown, Warren Smith, Alexander Stevens, Homer Jackson, and Stephen Page, as Witnesses,— Warrant executed by Constable bringing the Defendant forward same day. Consts Cost $— .37½
Subpoena returned served, by Const, Fees $87½.
All the Witness’s attended and were examined. & it is adjudged, that the said William Thompson enter into a Recognizance with sufficient security, in the Sum of Thirty Dollars, to keep the peace, and be of good behaviour towards the Citizens of this ; and generally, and especially towards Lovina Woolsey, for one year, and that he also pay the costs of Suit taxed to $4.25, and indemify the Corporation against any charge, or in default thereof, that he labour forty days at hard labour, for the benefit of this Corporation.
s fees for care over Prisoner during the night $— .75.
Recognizance prepared for Execution, or Signature, & delivered it to the , who afterwards gave it back without any return thereon.
Jany. 31st. 1843. Delivered it to , Const., to have signed.
March 1843. Recognizance returned by the Marshal, , & filed.
July 24th. 1843. Received from , by an undertaking to pay, from , for $1,87½, & your undertaking for the bals $— 37½, being in full of the Mayors Fees. [remainder of page blank] [p. 31]
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