Docket Entry, Confessed Demurrer, Leave to Amend Declaration, and Judgment, 10 May 1841 [Gray v. Allen]
Docket Entry, Confessed Demurrer, Leave to Amend Declaration, and Judgment, [, Hancock Co., IL, 10 May 1841], Gray v. Allen (Hancock Co., IL, Circuit Court 1841); Hancock County Circuit Court Record, vol. C, pp. 119–120; unidentified handwriting; Hancock County Courthouse, Carthage, IL; microfilm at FHL.
This day came the parties by their attorneys and the plaintiff confesses the to the declaration. and thereupon on said plaintiffs motion leave is given him to amend his declaration filed herein. And the saying nothing further. It is Considered that the plaintiff ought to recover his Debtand damages by reason of the premises and because they are unknown to the court, it is ordered that [p. 119]