Habeas Corpus, 10 October 1843, Copy [State of Illinois v. Drown]

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“By the Habeus Corpus Act”
 
No charges allowed
Clerk
 
is specially appointed to serve the within writ
Clerk M.C.
 
I hereby certify the within to be a true copy of the original writ
 
I Samuel Watterman the within named to hereby return this writ with the body of Charles Drown with the following cause of caption and detention To Wit; By virtue of a warant of arrest a copy of which is here unto annexed marked Letter A and by order of court given me to to retain the said Charles Drown in my custody until he shall give Bond with security in the sum of four hundred dollars
Saml. Waterman Const
 
Filed. Oct 17— 1843
Recr
 
Charles Drown on Habeus Corpus
Copy,— of the writ filed, october 10th 1843
Clerk M. C. [p. [2]]
“By the Habeus Corpus Act”
 
No charges allowed
Clerk
 
is specially appointed to serve the within writ
Clerk M.C.
 
I hereby certify the within to be a true copy of the original writ
 
I Samuel Watterman the within named to hereby return this writ with the body of Charles Drown with the following cause of caption and detention To Wit; By virtue of a warant of arrest a copy of which is here unto annexed marked Letter A and by order of court given me to to retain the said Charles Drown in my custody until he shall give Bond with security in the sum of four hundred dollars
Saml. Waterman Const
 
Filed. Oct 17— 1843
Recr
 
Charles Drown on Habeus Corpus
Copy,— of the writ filed, october 10th 1843
Clerk M. C. [p. [2]]
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