Subpoena, 4 February 1843–A [State of Illinois v. Goddard et al. on Habeas Corpus]

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State of Illinois) S.S. [scilicet]
City of )
The people of the State of to the of said , Greeting.
You are hereby commanded to summon John Lambert, Charity Riley, Lorain Farr George McKinzie & James M. Flack , Welcome Chapman, Wm Whitehead James Smitthy [blank] to be and appear before the Municipal Court of said at the office of Joseph Smith Mayor, in said , forthwith, then and there to give testimony and the truth to say, touching a certain complaint made on behalf of the on the Oath of Josiah Simpson against Stephen H. Goddard, , and William W. Riley, and now before said Municipal Court under a Writ of , and hereof fail not, under the penalty of the law; and have you then there this Writ.
Given under my hand, and Seal of said Court, this fourth day of february 1843.—
, Clerk of the Municipal Court of the City of .—
seal of the Municipal Court of the City of . [p. [1]]
Served by Reading to
John Lambert— fees $0.17
George McKinzie do 0.22
Charity Riley— do 0.12½
Loran Far do 0.12½
do 0.27 <​0.17​>
Welcom Chapman 0.17
Wm. Whitehead 0.22½
$1.20
James Smitthe 0 22
$1.52
, Con. [p. [2]]

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