Transcript of Proceedings, circa 25 October 1837 [Rounds qui tam v. Parrish]

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and thereby and by the force of the said Statue an action hath accrued to the who sues as aforesaid, to have and demand of and from the said for the said State of and for himself the said last mentioned sum of one thousand dollars, one half thereof for the said State of and the other half for the . And also for that the said afterwards to wit on the day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid in the County of aforesaid did act as an officer of a certain other Bank which last mentioned Bank was not then and there incorporated by law; contrary to the Statute in such case made and provided whereby and by the force of the said Statute the has forfeited for the said last men tioned offence the further sum of one thousand dollars; whereby and by force of said Statute an action hath accrued to the who sues as aforesaid to have and demand of and from the said for said State of and for himself the said last mentioned sum of one thousand dollars, one half thereof for the said State of and the other half for the . Yet the said although often requested so to do has not paid the said several sums of one thousand dollars nor any of them nor either of them nor any part thereof, to the said State of and to the who sues as aforesaid, but hath hitherto neglected and refused so to do, to the damage of the the sum of one thousand dollars, and therefore he brings this suit &c. Atty. for .”
Afterwards to wit, at the June term of said Court in the year aforesaid, this cause came on to be heard upon a to the declaration of the , and was argued by counsel; On consideration where of it was adjudged by the Court that the said demurrer be overruled with costs, Whereupon on Motion of the , leave was given him to amend, on pay ment of costs: And it was ordered by the Court that this cause be continued until the next term of said court.— And now at this term of said Court, that is to say, at the term thereof first aforesaid, comes the said and discontinues his suit. It is therefore considered by the Court that the recover against the defend his costs and charges by him in and about the defending of this suit in that behalf expended, taxed at seven dollars and fifteen 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 three dollars and twenty two cents, and in default thereof, that issue to collect the same.
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and thereby and by the force of the said Statue an action hath accrued to the who sues as aforesaid, to have and demand of and from the said for the said State of and for himself the said last mentioned sum of one thousand dollars, one half thereof for the said State of and the other half for the . And also for that the said afterwards to wit on the day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid in the County of aforesaid did act as an officer of a certain other Bank which last mentioned Bank was not then and there incorporated by law; contrary to the Statute in such case made and provided whereby and by the force of the said Statute the has forfeited for the said last men tioned offence the further sum of one thousand dollars; whereby and by force of said Statute an action hath accrued to the who sues as aforesaid to have and demand of and from the said for said State of and for himself the said last mentioned sum of one thousand dollars, one half thereof for the said State of and the other half for the . Yet the said although often requested so to do has not paid the said several sums of one thousand dollars nor any of them nor either of them nor any part thereof, to the said State of and to the who sues as aforesaid, but hath hitherto neglected and refused so to do, to the damage of the the sum of one thousand dollars, and therefore he brings this suit &c. Atty. for .”
Afterwards to wit, at the June term of said Court in the year aforesaid, this cause came on to be heard upon a to the declaration of the , and was argued by counsel; On consideration where of it was adjudged by the Court that the said demurrer be overruled with costs, Whereupon on Motion of the , leave was given him to amend, on pay ment of costs: And it was ordered by the Court that this cause be continued until the next term of said court.— And now at this term of said Court, that is to say, at the term thereof first aforesaid, comes the said and discontinues his suit. It is therefore considered by the Court that the recover against the his costs and charges by him in and about the defending of this suit in that behalf expended, taxed at seven dollars and fifteen 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 three dollars and twenty two cents, and in default thereof, that issue to collect the same.
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