Docket Entry, circa 29 November 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. Hunter]

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City of )
vs.)
Thos. J. Hunter)
Novr. 29th. 1842.— Execution issued in this Cause, for Ten Dollars Fine, & eight Dollars Cost, as taxed.
Decr. 5th. 1842.— Transcript, (including the Judgment of the Court,) was given to Deft..— Fee received for same 50¢.
Decr. 7th. 1842. An Injunction from the Circuit Court at , was this day served upon the Municipal Court, by producing the Original Writ to the Clerk of the Municipal Court, which said Writ says “that the Deft has appealed to the Circuit Court of , from said Judgment, and requires that you certify the Record & proceeding in said Cause to our said Circuit. And this you shall in no wise omit at your peril”.— Decr. 10th. 1842.— Execution returned, endorsed, “executed on the within, nine Barrels of Onions, one empty barrel, three large Sacks of feathers, & 4 small axes & one trunk.— All proceedings stop[p]ed by a Writ of injunction. Decr. 7th. 1842. Cost, Drayage, Storage, &c $2,50. High Constable.”
Feby. 27th. 1843.— A transcript & Cert of the Record & Proceedings, as also all papers in the Cause, were this day made out & forwarded to the Circuit Court, by Clerk of said Court. [p. 11]
Transferred from page 9.
City of )
vs.)
Thos. J. Hunter)
Novr. 29th. 1842.— Execution issued in this Cause, for Ten Dollars Fine, & eight Dollars Cost, as taxed.
Decr. 5th. 1842.— Transcript, (including the Judgment of the Court,) was given to Deft..— Fee received for same 50¢.
Decr. 7th. 1842. An Injunction from the Circuit Court at , was this day served upon the Municipal Court, by producing the Original Writ to the Clerk of the Municipal Court, which said Writ says “that the Deft has appealed to the Circuit Court of , from said Judgment, and requires that you certify the Record & proceeding in said Cause to our said Circuit. And this you shall in no wise omit at your peril”.— Decr. 10th. 1842.— Execution returned, endorsed, “executed on the within, nine Barrels of Onions, one empty barrel, three large Sacks of feathers, & 4 small axes & one trunk.— All proceedings stopped by a Writ of injunction. Decr. 7th. 1842. Cost, Drayage, Storage, &c $2,50. High Constable.”
Feby. 27th. 1843.— A transcript & Cert of the Record & Proceedings, as also all papers in the Cause, were this day made out & forwarded to the Circuit Court, by Clerk of said Court. [p. 11]
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