Report of United States Attorney for District of Illinois, circa June 1842 [United States v. Haws et al.]

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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY OF THE ,
District of
[blank] day of [blank] 1842
I herewith report the following PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED in the Circuit Court of the for the [blank] District of Illinois By returnable at the June Term 1842—
Respectfully yours,
U. S. Attorney for the [blank] District of
[T]he Solicitor of the Treasury.
[No]te.— When the suit is in rem, state the things seized, and the claimant’s name, (if known,) instead of the principal and sureties. Suits against Postmasters and their sureties, and Mail Contractors, and against persons for violating the Post-Office laws, are not to be reported to the Solicitor of the Treasury.
PRINCIPAL. SURETIES. FORM OF . ON WHAT BROUGHT. NUMBER. DATE. WHEN DUE. AMOUNT. WHEN RECEIVED. WHEN INSTITUTED.
Dollars. Cents.
, , [Jos]eph Smith, and Debt Promissory Note Sept. 10th 1841 8 mos from date $4866 38 April 20th 1842 April 20th 1842
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OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY OF THE ,
District of
[blank] day of [blank] 1842
I herewith report the following PROCEEDINGS INSTITUTED in the Circuit Court of the for the [blank] District of Illinois By returnable at the June Term 1842—
Respectfully yours,
U. S. Attorney for the [blank] District of
The Solicitor of the Treasury.
Note.— When the suit is in rem, state the things seized, and the claimant’s name, (if known,) instead of the principal and sureties. Suits against Postmasters and their sureties, and Mail Contractors, and against persons for violating the Post-Office laws, are not to be reported to the Solicitor of the Treasury.
PRINCIPAL. SURETIES. FORM OF . ON WHAT BROUGHT. NUMBER. DATE. WHEN DUE. AMOUNT. WHEN RECEIVED. WHEN INSTITUTED.
Dollars. Cents.
, , Joseph Smith, and Debt Promissory Note Sept. 10th 1841 8 mos from date $4866 38 April 20th 1842 April 20th 1842
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