Capias ad Respondendum, 20 February 1819 [Joseph Smith Sr. v. J. Hurlbut]

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. ss. [scilicet]—The PEOPLE of the state of , by the Grace of God, Free and Independent—To our Sheriff of our county of , Greeting:
[seal] We command you to take & if they may be found in your , and them safely keep, so that you have their bodies before our Judges and Assistant Justices, at our next Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at the Court-House in the town of , in and for our county of Ontario, on the third Tuesday of May next, to answer unto in a plea of to his damage of one hundred and forty dollars
and have you then there this Writ—Witness, JOHN NICHOLAS, Nash Esquire, First Judge of our said Court, at , the 20 7th day of Februa[r]y 1819.
Per Curiam. H[ugh] McNair Clerk.
F[rederick] Smith Attorney. [p. [1]]
. ss. scilicet—The PEOPLE of the state of , by the Grace of God, Free and Independent—To our Sheriff of our county of , Greeting:
[seal] We command you to take & if they may be found in your , and them safely keep, so that you have their bodies before our Judges at our next Court of Common Pleas, to be holden at the Court-House in the town of , in and for our county of Ontario, on the third Tuesday of May next, to answer unto in a plea of to his damage of one hundred and forty dollars
and have you then there this Writ—Witness, Esquire, First Judge of our said Court, at , the 7th day of February 1819.
Per Curiam. Hugh McNair Clerk.
Frederick Smith Attorney. [p. [1]]
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