Writ of Habeas Corpus, 16 May 1844–B [U.S. v. Jeremiah Smith–A]

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“By the Habeus Corpus Act”
Filed May 16th 1844
 
Any man into whose hands this writ may come is authorized to serve the same.
C. M. C. N.
 
I hereby certify that this is a true copy of the original writ now in my possession—
May 16. 1844,
C. M.
 
I. hold the body of in custody by virtue of a war[ra]nt issued By Wm H. Bennum. J. P. of state of Illinois. dated May 13th 1844.— on complaint . for obta[in]ing mony under false pretinces in the city of a copy of which Warrant is before the court. The said <​​> was captured by me in the city of . this 16th day of May 1844.
The prisoner is before the court.
James A McCance Const [p. [2]]
“By the Habeus Corpus Act”
Filed May 16th 1844
 
Any man into whose hands this writ may come is authorized to serve the same.
C. M. C. N.
 
I hereby certify that this is a true copy of the original writ now in my possession—
May 16. 1844,
C. M.
 
I. hold the body of in custody by virtue of a warrant issued By Wm H. Bennum. J. P. of state of Illinois. dated May 13th 1844.— on complaint . for obtaining mony under false pretinces in the city of a copy of which Warrant is before the court. The said was captured by me in the city of . this 16th day of May 1844.
The prisoner is before the court.
James A McCance Const [p. [2]]
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