Habeas Corpus, 6 May 1844, Copy [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A on Habeas Corpus]

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with according to law and herein fail not and bring this writ with you.
[seal]
Witness Clerk of the Municipal Court, at this 6th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousa[n]d eight hendred & forty four
clerk of the Municipal court <​M. C. C. ​> of city of
 
Copy.
“By the Act”
 
May 6th 1844— I hereby certify that the within is a true Copy of the original writ of Habeus Corpus now in my possession.—
 
I hold the within named Joseph Smith Senior under arrest by virtue of a the Day of his caption May 6th. 1844 To Damage Five Thousand Dollars,
S. by D. S.
Circuit Court
To May Term A. D. 1844
vs.) In Case
Joseph Smith
fees 2,00
 
Filed May 8th 1844 [p. [2]]
with according to law and herein fail not and bring this writ with you.
[seal]
Witness Clerk of the Municipal Court, at this 6th day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hendred & forty four
clerk of the M. C. C.
 
Copy.
“By the Act”
 
May 6th 1844— I hereby certify that the within is a true Copy of the original writ of Habeus Corpus now in my possession.—
 
I hold the within named Joseph Smith Senior under arrest by virtue of a the Day of his caption May 6th. 1844 To Damage Five Thousand Dollars,
S. by D. S.
Circuit Court
To May Term A. D. 1844
vs.) In Case
Joseph Smith
fees 2,00
 
Filed May 8th 1844 [p. [2]]
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