Docket Entry, 27 November–5 December 1840 [Hibbard for the use of Hungerford & Livingston v. Miller and JS]

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who sues for the use of)
Hungerford & Livingston)
vs.)
&)
Joseph Smith jr.)
Summons & docketing & bond for costs 56)
Judgment 25)
Constable’s cost 2.30)
$3.11)
Copy of judgment 25)
Entering appeal 25)
Transcript 25)
$0.75)
Demand $85.81 on a promissory note. November 27th 1840 summons issued to constable returnable on the 5th December 1840 at 10 o’clock A. M. entered into bond for costs.— November 28th returned Served by reading on the 27th to both defendants. December 5th 1840 no appearance or defence having been made, and the indebtedness being evident, it is considered that recover of defendants the sum of eighty five dollars and forty one cents debt and interest, and costs of suit taxed at three dollars and eleven cents. December 14th gave copy of judgment. December 23rd supersedeas served by Esq. Sheriff.
State of Illinois,)
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I , a justice of the peace of said , do certify, that, the above is a true transcript of my docket in the above cause, and that it & the papers herewith transmitted, numbered 709 and marked 1, 2 & 3 with red ink contain a full and perfect Statement of all the proceedings before me in said cause. Given under my hand at this 26th day of April A. D. 1841.
J. P. [p. [1]]
)
who sues for the use of)
Hungerford & Livingston)
vs.)
&)
Joseph Smith jr.)
Summons & docketing & bond for costs 56)
Judgment 25)
Constable’s cost 2.30)
$3.11)
Copy of judgment 25)
Entering appeal 25)
Transcript 25)
$0.75)
Demand $85.81 on a promissory note. November 27th 1840 summons issued to constable returnable on the 5th December 1840 at 10 o’clock A. M. entered into bond for costs.— November 28th returned Served by reading on the 27th to both defendants. December 5th 1840 no appearance or defence having been made, and the indebtedness being evident, it is considered that recover of defendants the sum of eighty five dollars and forty one cents debt and interest, and costs of suit taxed at three dollars and eleven cents. December 14th gave copy of judgment. December 23rd supersedeas served by Esq. Sheriff.
State of Illinois,)
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I , a justice of the peace of said , do certify, that, the above is a true transcript of my docket in the above cause, and that it & the papers herewith transmitted, numbered 709 and marked 1, 2 & 3 with red ink contain a full and perfect Statement of all the proceedings before me in said cause. Given under my hand at this 26th day of April A. D. 1841.
J. P. [p. [1]]
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