Docket Entry, between 1 and circa 6 December 1842, Copy [City of Nauvoo v. Davis for Assault]

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Decr A. D. 1842, in the County of , & aforesaid an assault & battery was committed on the body of this Deponent, and that one is guilty of the fact charged.— Warrant issued same time to bring the body of before Joseph Smith J. P. [Justice of the Peace] forthwith, to answer the said Complaint, which Warrant was returned, endorsed, “the within served & the Body of the brought & delivered to the Court, fees 25¢, , Marshal.” pleaded not guilty.
for the Prosecution,— for .
Wm. C. Walker, Joseph A. McCall, , & James A. Easton were Sworn, examined, & cross examined as Witnesses on behalf of the . , W. H. Ralston, & Jas I. Gilbert were produced, sworn, examined, & Cross examined, as Witnesses for .
The proofs & allegations being heard, as also Counsel on both sides, It is adjudged by the Court. that be fined in and pay a <​fine or​> Sum of fifty Dollars, & full Costs of Suit, (witnesses excepted,) taxed to $6,25.
Decr. 8th. 1842. A Transcript of the Judgment & proceedings in this Cause was made out for , at his request, & delivered to him, fee recd 50¢.—
Jany. 31st. 1843.— deputy Sheriff served a notice of an Appeal in this Cause, to the Circuit Court of , which notice enjoined & required to suspend all further proceedings in relation thereto, until said Court shall make other Order to the Contrary. Witness , Clerk, Jany. 19th. 1843.—
State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
The people of the State of , to the City of said , Greeting:
I Joseph Smith, Mayor, within and for the said , do hereby Certify, that the foregoing is a true Copy from my Docket, of the proceedings and Judgment in the above Case, and that the said transcript and papers contain a full and perfect statement of all the proceedings before me in said case.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 17th. day of february A. D. 1843.—
Joseph Smith Mayor
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Decr A. D. 1842, in the County of , & aforesaid an assault & battery was committed on the body of this Deponent, and that one is guilty of the fact charged.— Warrant issued same time to bring the body of before Joseph Smith J. P. [Justice of the Peace] forthwith, to answer the said Complaint, which Warrant was returned, endorsed, “the within served & the Body of the brought & delivered to the Court, fees 25¢, , Marshal.” pleaded not guilty.
for the Prosecution,— for .
Wm. C. Walker, Joseph A. McCall, , & James A. Easton were Sworn, examined, & cross examined as Witnesses on behalf of the . , W. H. Ralston, & Jas I. Gilbert were produced, sworn, examined, & Cross examined, as Witnesses for .
The proofs & allegations being heard, as also Counsel on both sides, It is adjudged by the Court. that be fined in and pay a fine or Sum of fifty Dollars, & full Costs of Suit, (witnesses excepted,) taxed to $6,25.
Decr. 8th. 1842. A Transcript of the Judgment & proceedings in this Cause was made out for , at his request, & delivered to him, fee recd 50¢.—
Jany. 31st. 1843.— deputy Sheriff served a notice of an Appeal in this Cause, to the Circuit Court of , which notice enjoined & required to suspend all further proceedings in relation thereto, until said Court shall make other Order to the Contrary. Witness , Clerk, Jany. 19th. 1843.—
State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
The people of the State of , to the City of said , Greeting:
I Joseph Smith, Mayor, within and for the said , do hereby Certify, that the foregoing is a true Copy from my Docket, of the proceedings and Judgment in the above Case, and that the said transcript and papers contain a full and perfect statement of all the proceedings before me in said case.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 17th. day of february A. D. 1843.—
Joseph Smith Mayor
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