Docket Entry, 2 May–circa 3 June 1844 [City of Nauvoo v. C. L. Higbee]

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Municipal Court.
State of Illinois) sct. [scilicet]—
City of )
An appeal from the Mayor’s Court, Breach of ordinances, Fined $100.00
City of )
Docketing Suit. .12½
Issueing .50
Docket Fee 3.00
Entering dismissal .25
Attendance of Marshal 1.00
Prosedendo .50
& ent[er]ing return .37½
May 2[nd]— 1844 A notice was this day served on the clerk of the Municipal Court, from the Mayor’s Court, of an appeal having been lodged in this case to the Municipal Court to be tried at the June Term, and that Supe[r]sedus should issue.
May 1844 Supersedeas issued, delived to the Marshal
June 3d 1844. 11 o clock A M. was called by the three times but answered not. When the Respondent by counsel motiond that the appeal be dismissed for want of prosecution
Whereupon the Court ordered the Motion to be sustained, and that issue to the lower Court
Procedendo issued to the clerk of the Mayors Court June 3. 1844 A bill of particulars was ente[re]d on the back of the p[r]ocedendo for collection $5.75
February 10. 1845 The Clerk drew on the Treasurer for the above fees, amounting to 5.75 [p. 104]


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    Notation in handwriting of Thomas Bullock.