Ordinance, 14 November 1842, Draft

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Or deputies shall, upon payment or tender of the charges of bringing the said Prisoner, <​or Prisoners,​> to be ascertained by the Court Justice, or Clerk awarding the said Writ, & indorsed thereon, not exceeding ten Cents per mile; and upon sufficient security given to pay the charges of carrying him <​her​> or her <​them​> back, if he <​she​> or she <​they​> shall be remanded, make return of such Writ, and bring, or cause to be brought, the body <​or bodies​> of the Prisoner <​or Prisoners​> before the Municipal Court <​forthwith,​> if in <​Session,​> Term time, or before one or more of the Justices of said Court if in Vacation, and certify the true cause of his <​her or their​> imprisonment, within three days thereafter, unless the commitment of such Person <​or Persons​> shall be to the County jail, <​in ​> in which Case the time shall be prolonged till five days after the delivery of the Writ as aforesaid, and not longer. <​*​>
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Sec. 2. Where any person <​or Persons​> not being committed or detained for any criminal, or supposed criminal matter, shall be confined, or restrained of his <​her​> or her <​their​> liberty under [p. 3]
Or deputies shall, upon payment or tender of the charges of bringing the said Prisoner, or Prisoners, to be ascertained by the Court awarding the said Writ, & indorsed thereon, not exceeding ten Cents per mile; and upon sufficient security given to pay the charges of carrying him her or them back, if he she or they shall be remanded, make return of such Writ, and bring, or cause to be brought, the body or bodies of the Prisoner or Prisoners before the Municipal Court forthwith, and certify the true cause of his her or their imprisonment, unless the commitment of such Person or Persons shall be to the County jail, in in which Case the time shall be prolonged till five days after the delivery of the Writ as aforesaid, and not longer. *
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Sec. 2. Where any person or Persons not being committed or detained for any criminal, or supposed criminal matter, shall be confined, or restrained of his her or their liberty under [p. 3]
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