Motion, circa 15 May 1843–A [City of Nauvoo v. Davis for Ardent Spirits]

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Ats [ad sectam]) on appeal— for violation of temperance ordinance
City of
The by his attorney moves the Court to dismiss this suit for the reasons following to wit;
1st because the ordinance under which said prosecution is set on foot is contrary to the Constitution and laws of the and of this
2nd. Because said cause is instituted without the authority of any Law or ordinance whatsoever
[C. O.] Warner P. D [pro defendente]— [p. [1]]
Ats ad sectam) on appeal— for violation of temperance ordinance
City of
The by his attorney moves the Court to dismiss this suit for the reasons following to wit;
1st because the ordinance under which said prosecution is set on foot is contrary to the Constitution and laws of the and of this
2nd. Because said cause is instituted without the authority of any Law or ordinance whatsoever
[C. O.] Warner P. D [pro defendente]— [p. [1]]
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