Writ of Capias ad Respondendum, 20 February 1819 [Joseph Smith Sr. v. J. Hurlbut]

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. ss.The PEOPLE of the state of , by the Grace of God, Free and Independent—To our Sheriff of our county of , Greeting:
[seal] We command you to take & if they may be found in your bailiwick, and them safely keep, so that you have their bodies before our Judges and Assistant Justices, at our next Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at the Court-House in the town of , in and for our county of Ontario, on the third Tuesday of May next, to answer unto Jeremiah Hurlburt [Hurlbut] in a plea of trespass on the case to his damage of one hundred and forty dollars
and have you then there this Writ—Witness, JOHN NICHOLAS, Nash Esquire, First Judge of our said Court, at , the 20 7th day of Februa[r]y 1819.
Per Curiam. H[ugh] McNair Clerk.
F[rederick] Smith Attorney. [p. [1]]
. ss.The PEOPLE of the state of , by the Grace of God, Free and Independent—To our Sheriff of our county of , Greeting:
[seal] We command you to take & if they may be found in your bailiwick, and them safely keep, so that you have their bodies before our Judges at our next Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at the Court-House in the town of , in and for our county of Ontario, on the third Tuesday of May next, to answer unto Jeremiah Hurlburt [Hurlbut] in a plea of trespass on the case to his damage of one hundred and forty dollars
and have you then there this Writ—Witness, Esquire, First Judge of our said Court, at , the 7th day of February 1819.
Per Curiam. Hugh McNair Clerk.
Frederick Smith Attorney. [p. [1]]
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