Supersedeas, 26 July 1844 [City of Nauvoo v. C. A. Foster]

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State of )
Hancock County)
The People of the State of to the Honorable the Municipal Court of the City of & Esq Marshall of said , their Agents & Attorneys and any of them, Greeting:
Whereas has filed an Affidavit in the Circuit Court of said praying a Writ of and Whereas the Probate Justice of the Peace within and for said has made an order granting the issuing of said Writ of , in a certain cause lately pending in the Municipal Court of the City of , Wherein the said City of was Plaintiff & was Defendant & wherein a Judgement was rendered against said and in favour of said City of for the sum of One hundred Dollars fine & Costs of suit, and the Court haveing awarded the said Writ of Now therefore you the said Municipal Court & martial & all other Persons are hereby Commanded that you do forthwith desist from Collecting the above described Judgement, or any part thereof or intermedling or proceeding in the premises in any way whatever untill further order from our Circuit Court within & for said [p. [1]]
Herein fail not at your perril
Witness , Clerk of our said Circuit Court at this 26th Day of July 1844
Clerk
To the of to Execute [p. [2]]
)
The City of
 
)
City of
Circuit Court To the October Term 1844
 
I have served the within writ by reading the same to the within named Marcial of the City of Ills. July 27— 1844
Shff Ills
 
s Fees
Serving writ— 50
20 miles Travel— 1.25
Returning writ— 12½
$1.87½
Shff
 
Filed Sept. 10th 1844
clk [p. [3]]

Footnotes

  1. new scribe logo

    Signature of Jacob B. Backenstos.  

  2. new scribe logo

    Notation apparently unrelated to supersedeas in handwriting of Jacob B. Backenstos.  

  3. new scribe logo

    Canceled docket in handwriting of Jacob B. Backenstos.  

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    Docket in handwriting of Jacob B. Backenstos.  

  5. new scribe logo

    Notations in handwriting of William Backenstos.  

  6. new scribe logo

    Notation in handwriting of David E. Head.