Docket Entry, Judgment, 5 May 1842 [Sweeney v. Miller et al.]

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Hugh J Sweeney)
Joseph Smith)
This day came the plaintiff by his attorney and the Defendants <​Joseph Smith & ​> being three times solemly called came not nor any person for them but made default whereupon it is considered by the court that the plaintiff have and recover of the Defendants his damages and as those damages are unknown to the court it is ordered that the assess the same and the having assessed the same at the sum of Fifty Eight dollars and ninety seven cents which being exhibited to and approved of by the Court It is ordered that the plaintiff have and recover of the Defendants the said sum of fifty Eight dollars & ninety seven cents his damages assessed by the aforesaid Together with his Costs by him in this behalf expended and may have &c And it is further ordered that ordered a Issue herein against commanding him to appear at the next term of this court and show cause why he should not be made party to this Judgment [p. 262]