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Docket Entry, circa 24 May 1842 [State of Illinois v. Higbee]

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State of ) Slander and Defamation. of Character
vs.)
)
Justice fees $1.62½)
Court— " .81)
4 Witnesses " 2.00)
May 24, 1842. upon the affidavit of Joseph Smith, a warrant issued against for slander and defamation committed against the said Joseph Smith, and his wife, at sundry times, in the City of and county of .
May 24,th 1842. warrant executed by Lewis Robison, constable, by bringing the forward. At request of complainant subpoena issued for Margaret J. Nyman, Matilda Nyman and Sarah Miller, and was served by constable Robison, And the witnesses attended.
On hearing, the is required to give bail in the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, for his appearance at the next term of the Circuit Court, for said , to answer said complaint.
Whereupon the , and , entered into bond Accordingly.
Recognizance returned to October term 1842. [p. 117]
State of ) Slander and Defamation. of Character
vs.)
)
Justice fees $1.62½)
Court— " .81)
4 Witnesses " 2.00)
May 24, 1842. upon the affidavit of Joseph Smith, a warrant issued against for slander and defamation committed against the said Joseph Smith, and his wife, at sundry times, in the City of and county of .
May 24,th 1842. warrant executed by Lewis Robison, constable, by bringing the forward. At request of complainant subpoena issued for Margaret J. Nyman, Matilda Nyman and Sarah Miller, and was served by constable Robison, And the witnesses attended.
On hearing, the is required to give bail in the sum of Two Hundred Dollars, for his appearance at the next term of the Circuit Court, for said , to answer said complaint.
Whereupon the , and , entered into bond Accordingly.
Recognizance returned to October term 1842. [p. 117]
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