The Defendant having lodged an appeal Bond, appealing from a decision of the Mayor, and required a Jury, and two of the Witnesses for the having been bound in a Recognizance to appear at this Municipal Court, on the first day of August 1842.—
1842, July 14th., Subpoena issued for , as a Witness, which was returned, endorsed, “the within is served by reading to the said , fees 12½¢ , Marshal”.—
Same day a Venire issued for a Jury, which was returned, endorsed “this precept served, and a pannel of Jurors names annexed to the Writ, fees $— 25¢ , Marshal.” , , Asa Smith, , , , David Grant, Perrygreen [Perregrine] Sessions, , Norman Head, , & Hiram W. Mikesell.
August 1st. 1842. The Court was adjourned until tomorrow, at ten OClock A. M.
August 2nd. 1842. The Court, <sat,> The Mayor as Chief Justice, & , & as associate Justices, and the Defendant or any person on his behalf, not appearing, when the Cause was called on, and without empanneling the Jury, the Court pronounced Judgment, to wit: that Judgment be, and hereby is rendered, for the , by default, with all Costs, against the Defendant. and The Costs were taxed at $ [p. 5]