Warrant, 3 April 1843 [State of Illinois v. J. Hoopes and L. Hoopes on Habeas Corpus]
, Warrant, to City Marshal , for and , , Hancock Co., IL, 3 Apr. 1843, State of IL v. J. Hoopes and L. Hoopes on (Nauvoo, IL, Municipal Court 1843). Copied ca. 3 Apr. 1843; handwriting of ; certified by , 3 Apr. 1843; notation by , [, Hancock Co., IL, ca. 5 Apr. 1843]; docket by , [ca. 5 Apr. 1843]; two pages; Nauvoo, IL, Records, CHL. Includes seal.
The people of the State of to all Sherriffs Coroners and Constables— of said greeting—
Whereas Complaint has been made before me one of the Justices of the peace in and for said — upon the oath of Betsy Ann Drigg [Elizabeth Ann Driggs] that and of the aforesaid did on the first Day of April Last in the County of aforesaid Enter the premises of Samuel Driggs in a riotuous and Tumultuous Manner and forcibly turned the Deponant out of the House and with noise and force of arms and by Bring a Horse in the house did Seriously frighten the and Drive her out of the House thereby committing a riot against the peace and good order of the citizens of — These are therfore to command you to take the Said and if they be found in your or if they shall have fled that you persue after the Said & into any other county in this and take and Safly keep the Said & so that you have there Bodies forth with before me at the office of Esqr. in the City of to answer the Said complaint and be furthe[r] Dealt with according to Law Given unde[r] my hand and seal this 3d Day of April A. D. 1843— [p. ]