Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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3 April 1844 • Wednesday
April 3.d 1844.— Wednesday.
1 P.M. I presided in the Municipal Court.— and on Habeus Corpus. taken away from s Court. where th[e]y had been arrained on complaint of — for false imprisonment. Prayer of Petitions granted.— and court. decided that. was a very disorderly person.— [7 lines blank] [p. [58]]
3 April 1844 • Wednesday
April 3.d 1844.— Wednesday.
1 P.M. I presided in the Municipal Court.— and on Habeus Corpus. taken away from s Court. where they had been arrained on complaint of — for false imprisonment. Prayer of Petitions granted.— and court. decided that. was a very disorderly person.— [7 lines blank] [p. [58]]
Page [58]