Docket Entry, Ruling, 9 April 1834 [State of Ohio v. D. P. Hurlbut]
Docket Entry, Ruling, , Geauga Co., OH, [9 Apr. 1834], State of OH v. D. P. Hurlbut (Geauga Co., OH, Court of Common Pleas 1834); Geauga County Court of Common Pleas, Journal, vol. M, p. 193; handwriting of ; Geauga County Archives and Records Center, Chardon, OH. Transcription from a digital color image made of the original in 2011.
The State of Ohio on complaint of Joseph Smith Jr.)
Recognizance to keep the Peace.
N. 91 vs)
This day comes the Prosecuting Attorney for the County, and also the said defendant; and the Court having heard the said complaint, and all the testimony adduced by the said complainant, and also by the said defendant, and having duly considered the same, are of opinion that the said complainant had ground to fear that the said would wound beat or kill him, or destroy his property, as set forth in said complaint. Whereupon it is ordered and adjudged by the Court, that the said enter into a new recognizance, with good and sufficient security in the sum of two hundred dollars, hereafter to keep the peace and be of good behaviour to the citizens of the State of generally, and to the said Joseph Smith Jr. in particular, for the period of six months; and it is further ordered that the said pay the costs of this prosecution to be taxed.
And thereupon <comes> the said , and Charles <A.> Holmes and as his sureties, in open Court, enter into a Recognizance in the penal sum of two hundred dollars each, conditioned that the said shall, for the period of six months, from and after this day keep the peace and be of good behaviour to all the citizens of the State of generally, and to the said Joseph Smith Junr. in particular.— [p. 193]