Petition, 10 October 1843 [State of Illinois v. Drown on Habeas Corpus]

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ought not to be believed but your Petitioner was denied the right of Even attempting to impeach the Witnesses. Your Petitioner avers that there was Error in said descision of which he prays your honorable Body to take cognizance
Wherefore your Petitioner <​prays​> that a writ of may be awarded directed to the said Samuel Waterman commanding him that he bring your Petitioner forthwith and without delay before this Honorable court together with the causes of his caption in order that your petitioner may be dealt with according to Law— and your Petitioner as in duty bound will Ever pray—
Charles Drown
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of October A.D. 1843. at the City of , Ills
Clerk of the Municipal Court.
 
Petition of Charles Drown— for — filed Oct 10th 1843
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ought not to be believed but your Petitioner was denied the right of Even attempting to impeach the Witnesses. Your Petitioner avers that there was Error in said descision of which he prays your honorable Body to take cognizance
Wherefore your Petitioner prays that a writ of may be awarded directed to the said Samuel Waterman commanding him that he bring your Petitioner forthwith and without delay before this Honorable court together with the causes of his caption in order that your petitioner may be dealt with according to Law— and your Petitioner as in duty bound will Ever pray—
Charles Drown
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of October A.D. 1843. at the City of , Ills
Clerk of the Municipal Court.
 
Petition of Charles Drown— for — filed Oct 10th 1843
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