Transcript of Proceedings, circa 20 October 1840 [Scribner v. Rigdon, Smith & Cowdery]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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prosecute his suit comes not but makes default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the become and that the defendants recover against him their costs and charges by them in and about the defending of this suit in that behalf expended taxed at two dollars and twenty five cents; And it is ordered by the Court that the pay the costs and charges by him made in and about the prosecuting of this suit taxed at seven dollars and eighty five cents; and in default thereof that issue to collect the same. By mutual agreement of the parties no docket fee is taxed in this cause [p. 532]
prosecute his suit comes not but makes default. It is therefore considered by the Court that the become and that the defendants recover against him their costs and charges by them in and about the defending of this suit in that behalf expended taxed at two dollars and twenty five cents; And it is ordered by the Court that the pay the costs and charges by him made in and about the prosecuting of this suit taxed at seven dollars and eighty five cents; and in default thereof that issue to collect the same. By mutual agreement of the parties no docket fee is taxed in this cause [p. 532]
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