Docket Entry, circa 4–18 December 1840 [Niswanger v. Greene]

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State of Illinois) Wm Niswanger
vs
County of )
brot on Book acc[oun]t
Demand $71.25
Jus Cert
56½
43¾
12
1 12¼
cons[table] fees
.37½
Sub[poenas] 30
67½
1 79
Witn[ess] fees
Pt $3.50
5 29
Jus cos
1 12½
const cost
68¾
Witn
$5.31¼
1 on recpt
4.31
Cost paid to me this 30th day of Jan 1841
Upon the oath of the Plaintiff that unless the be held to bail imediately there is danger of the above Demand being lost issued returnable in case be entered on the 11th day of Dec. inst at ten oclock A M Subpena iss to officer [Lewis] Robison, December 5th <​7th​> A D 1840
Capias returned by const. special bail entered by Joseph Smith <​sworn in my office​> December 4th A D 1840
December 11th A D 1840 the parties appeared and said that they were ready for trial were sworn as witnesses in the above case after hearing part of the testimony the brought in an order from J Smith for fifty Dollars as a sett off beside his other act &C as per papers filed upon which it is adjudged the case stands adjourned until the 18th inst at ten oclock A M for the Plaintiff to prepare himself for trial all the witnesses claimed attendance
December 18th A D 1840 R W Lyons on the part of the Plaintiff and withdrew the suit at his own cost saying that the parties had comprised the case
, J,P,
Received of all papers filed as an offsett to the above
Decided on this 18th of Dec 1840 [p. 90]
State of Illinois) Wm Niswanger
vs
County of )
brot on Book account
Demand $71.25
Jus Cert
56½
43¾
12
1 12¼
constable fees
.37½
Subpoenas 30
67½
1 79
Witness fees
Pt $3.50
5 29
Jus cos
1 12½
const cost
68¾
Witn
$5.31¼
1 on recpt
4.31
Cost paid to me this 30th day of Jan 1841
Upon the oath of the Plaintiff that unless the be held to bail imediately there is danger of the above Demand being lost issued returnable in case be entered on the 11th day of Dec. inst at ten oclock A M Subpena iss to officer [Lewis] Robison, December 7th A D 1840
Capias returned by const. special bail entered by Joseph Smith sworn in my office December 4th A D 1840
December 11th A D 1840 the parties appeared and said that they were ready for trial were sworn as witnesses in the above case after hearing part of the testimony the brought in an order from J Smith for fifty Dollars as a sett off beside his other act &C as per papers filed upon which it is adjudged the case stands adjourned until the 18th inst at ten oclock A M for the Plaintiff to prepare himself for trial all the witnesses claimed attendance
December 18th A D 1840 R W Lyons on the part of the Plaintiff and withdrew the suit at his own cost saying that the parties had comprised the case
, J,P,
Received of all papers filed as an offsett to the above
Decided on this 18th of Dec 1840 [p. 90]
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