Minutes, 16 May 1844 [U.S. v. Jeremiah Smith–A]

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Municipal Court
Special Term
May 16th 1844. 1 o clock P. M
State of Illinois) ss. [scilicet]
City of .—)
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vs <​on​>)
Habeus Corpus)
This day, came and upon the re[a]ding and filing the Petiti[o]n for a writ of Habeus Corpus To be directed to one James A Mc.Cance of Appenose, to have forthwith before the Municipal cort the body. of the petitioner <​Said​> — on said writ was grntd by clerk of s[a]id court
Petition read
copy of Warrant read.—
— appeard as coun[s]el for the State.
coun[s]el for— .—
State petitind for. adjournment for witnesses.— Petitioner objected and offerd trial on the Legality of the papers.—
Court decided this was important matter and it was best not be in haste.— if discharged on me[r]its of the case, he goes free,— opinion of a majority of court that an adjourn[men]t. till next. Thurdy [Thursday]— 10 o clock— A M.— 24th. inst— Petition in the hands of the , court will be responsible . . . [p. [1]]
Municipal Court
Special Term
May 16th 1844. 1 o clock P. M
State of Illinois) ss. [scilicet]
City of .—)
)
on)
Habeus Corpus)
This day, came and upon the reading and filing the Petition for a writ of Habeus Corpus To be directed to one James A Mc.Cance of Appenose, to have forthwith before the Municipal cort the body. of the Said — on said writ was grntd by clerk of said court
Petition read
copy of Warrant read.—
— appeard as counsel for the State.
counsel for— .—
State petitind for. adjournment for witnesses.— Petitioner objected and offerd trial on the Legality of the papers.—
Court decided this was important matter and it was best not be in haste.— if discharged on merits of the case, he goes free,— opinion of a majority of court that an adjournment. till next. Thurdy Thursday— 10 o clock— A M.— 24th. inst— Petition in the hands of the , court will be responsible . . . [p. [1]]
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