Docket Entry, between circa 10 and circa 17 October 1843 [State of Illinois v. Drown]

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2 o’clock P. M. Court assembled agreeable to adjourned <​adjournment​>. Present, same as in the morning.
Court decided that the original prosecutor produce his evidence as plaintive in the case. The prisoner being sick.
Court adjourned until Monday 16th October. 10. oclock A,M,
Monday October 16th. 1843. 10, oclock, A.M.—
Court adjourned until 1 o’clock P. M. This day.
1 o’clock P. M. Court set, and adjourned until 8 oclock Tuesday Morning the 17th. october
October 17— 1843. 8 oclock A. M. Court met <​set​> according to adjournment:
This day came the said Charles Drown into court, and the prosecutor not appearing. the court ordered that the prisoner be discharged. and that the prisoner go hence without day.
January 15, 1844 Execution issued vs. Charles Drown 24.37½.—
January 17— " Execution returned. Drown did not live in the ’s precinct
May 7, 1844 Execution issued. vs. Almon Bathrick $24.37½ to
November 4. Execution returned “no property belonging to said Bathrick within my knowledge whereupon to levy the same & also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of after the proper return day thereof J[onathan] C. Wright C M [City Marshal]
February 10. 1845 The clerk has drawn on the for the above fees amounting to 25.00 [p. 88]
2 o’clock P. M. Court assembled agreeable to adjournment. Present, same as in the morning.
Court decided that the original prosecutor produce his evidence as plaintive in the case. The prisoner being sick.
Court adjourned until Monday 16th October. 10. oclock A,M,
Monday October 16th. 1843. 10, oclock, A.M.—
Court adjourned until 1 o’clock P. M. This day.
1 o’clock P. M. Court set, and adjourned until 8 oclock Tuesday Morning the 17th. october
October 17— 1843. 8 oclock A. M. Court set according to adjournment:
This day came the said Charles Drown into court, and the prosecutor not appearing. the court ordered that the prisoner be discharged. and that the prisoner go hence without day.
January 15, 1844 Execution issued vs. Charles Drown 24.37½.—
January 17— " Execution returned. Drown did not live in the ’s precinct
May 7, 1844 Execution issued. vs. Almon Bathrick $24.37½ to
November 4. Execution returned “no property belonging to said Bathrick within my knowledge whereupon to levy the same & also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of after the proper return day thereof Jonathan C. Wright C M [City Marshal]
February 10. 1845 The clerk has drawn on the for the above fees amounting to 25.00 [p. 88]
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