Injunction, 7 September 1843 [Butterfield v. Mills]

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State of Illinois,) ss. [scilicet]
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THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF , To Joseph Smith Esq. Mayor of the City of Esq. <​​> JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, AND ANY CONSTABLE OF SAID , Greeting:
WHEREAS, on the Seventeenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three a judgment was rendered by Joseph Smith, Mayor of , Esq,, a Justice of the Peace within and for said county of , against , in a suit instiuted by against , for Thirty two Dollars and 50 Cents, and One dollar—, Costs of said suit, from which said judgment, the said ,—— appealed to the Circuit Court of said . You are therefore hereby enjoined and required to suspend all further proceedings in relation thereto, until our said court shall make other order to the contrary. And this you shall in no wise omit at your peril.
WITNESS, , <​​> Clerk of our said Circuit Court, at this Seventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-three
CLERK.
J. Gamble, Jr., Printer, . [p. [1]]
State of Illinois,) ss. [scilicet]
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THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF , To Joseph Smith Esq. Mayor of the City of , Greeting:
WHEREAS, on the Seventeenth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty three a judgment was rendered by Joseph Smith, Mayor of , within said county of , against , in a suit instiuted by against , for Thirty two Dollars and 50 Cents, and One dollar—, Costs of said suit, from which said judgment, the said ,—— appealed to the Circuit Court of said . You are therefore hereby enjoined and required to suspend all further proceedings in relation thereto, until our said court shall make other order to the contrary. And this you shall in no wise omit at your peril.
WITNESS, , Clerk of our said Circuit Court, at this Seventh day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-three
CLERK.
J. Gamble, Jr., Printer, . [p. [1]]
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