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

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State of Illinois)
Hancock County) sc[ilice]t.
State City of )
To Mr .
Sir You will please to take notice that Joseph Smith Senior, has petitiond for a writ of , from the Municipal Court of said . playing <​praying​> that he may be liberty <​liberated​> from the custody of . Depty Sheriff, of by whom he is held in custody on a issued by the circuit court of on the first day of May instant, To answer on a plea of the case. &c— <​which writ is granted​> And you will have the opportunity to appear before the Municipel Court. at 10 o clock A. M. of <​on​> the 7th of M[a]y instat, at the Mayors council chamber in said , and show cause why said Joseph Smith Senior should not be liberated and said Habus Corpus.
[seal]
Witness my Hand & seal of court this 6 day of May 1844—
Clerk M. C. C.
The above trial is deferred until Wedneday the 8th in[stan]t 10 o clock A. M.
, Clerk— [6 lines blank] [p. [1]]
State of Illinois)
Hancock County) scilicet.
City of )
To Mr .
Sir You will please to take notice that Joseph Smith Senior, has petitiond for a writ of , from the Municipal Court of said . praying that he may be liberated from the custody of . Depty Sheriff, of by whom he is held in custody on a issued by the circuit court of on the first day of May instant, To answer on a plea of the case. &c— which writ is granted And you will have the opportunity to appear before the Municipel Court. at 10 o clock A. M. on the 7th of May instat, at the Mayors council chamber in said , and show cause why said Joseph Smith Senior should not be liberated and said Habus Corpus.
[seal]
Witness my Hand & seal of court this 6 day of May 1844—
Clerk M. C. C.
The above trial is deferred until Wedneday the 8th instant 10 o clock A. M.
, Clerk— [6 lines blank] [p. [1]]
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