Docket Entry, between circa 15 and circa 16 January 1844 [City of Nauvoo v. F. M. Higbee]

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Municipal Court. Special Session.
State of Illinois) Ss. [scilicet]
City of )
Warrant. $,25
Docketing ,12½
Marshalls fees. <​2.25 See his bill​>
Court. 6,25
Monday January 15th. 1844. came . before the clerk of said court, and upon filing his complaint on oath. that did absent himself from the city council without leave. while in attendance as witness on the 5th. of January. 1844. and of uttering and writing Slanderous reports concerning some one of the members of said council since the aforesaid date. Warrant was issued for the arrest of said .
10. oclock A.M.— Tuesday January 16th.. Present Alderman , , , . . associate Justices. The Mayor being absent. Alderman was elected president Pro Tem. and . Esqr.— was appointed. City Attorney. for the management of the case before the court. The marshall having returned the warrant— as served. and the prisoner before the court. Court adjourned one hour to accommodate the City Council.
During the adjournment. made Satisfaction to the aggrieved party.— and no further action was had by the Court.
February 10. 1845 The Clerk has drawn on the Treasurer for the above fees, amounting to 6.62½. [p. 90]
Municipal Court. Special Session.
State of Illinois) Ss. [scilicet]
City of )
Warrant. $,25
Docketing ,12½
Marshalls fees. 2.25 See his bill
Court. 6,25
Monday January 15th. 1844. came . before the clerk of said court, and upon filing his complaint on oath. that did absent himself from the city council without leave. while in attendance as witness on the 5th. of January. 1844. and of uttering and writing Slanderous reports concerning some one of the members of said council since the aforesaid date. Warrant was issued for the arrest of said .
10. oclock A.M.— Tuesday January 16th.. Present Alderman , , , . . associate Justices. The Mayor being absent. Alderman was elected president Pro Tem. and . Esqr.— was appointed. City Attorney. for the management of the case before the court. The marshall having returned the warrant— as served. and the prisoner before the court. Court adjourned one hour to accommodate the City Council.
During the adjournment. made Satisfaction to the aggrieved party.— and no further action was had by the Court.
February 10. 1845 The Clerk has drawn on the Treasurer for the above fees, amounting to 6.62½. [p. 90]
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