Docket Entry, circa 5 July 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. Walker]

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City of ) Breach of a City Ordinance, by Selling Spirituous Liquors.
Vs)
Thomas Walker)
Fine—— $10.00
July 5th. 1842. Perrygreen [Perregrine] Sessions one of the Night Watch, and a special Constable of the , brought the said Thomas Walker before the Mayor for a Breach of a City Ordinance, by selling Spirituous Liquors upon the said fifth day of July 1842.
Defendant pleaded not Guilty.
Perrygreen Sessions, and appeared as Witnesses for the without any Summons, and were sworn and examined.
The Defendant was fined by the Court in Ten Dollars, and the Costs, Taxed at $
July 5th. 1842. Execution issued to the City Marshal. [p. 29]
City of ) Breach of a City Ordinance, by Selling Spirituous Liquors.
Vs)
Thomas Walker)
Fine—— $10.00
July 5th. 1842. Perrygreen [Perregrine] Sessions one of the Night Watch, and a special Constable of the , brought the said Thomas Walker before the Mayor for a Breach of a City Ordinance, by selling Spirituous Liquors upon the said fifth day of July 1842.
Defendant pleaded not Guilty.
Perrygreen Sessions, and appeared as Witnesses for the without any Summons, and were sworn and examined.
The Defendant was fined by the Court in Ten Dollars, and the Costs, Taxed at $
July 5th. 1842. Execution issued to the City Marshal. [p. 29]
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