Municipal Court March 10th. 1842. Six oClock P. M.
The complaint in this Cause was made by Joseph Smith, before , Mayor, upon Oath, & is for the breach of an Ordinance, entitled, “an Ordinance Concerning Vagrants & disorderly Persons.” Sworn Mar 10th, 1842
March 10th. 1842. Warrant issued to arrest the , & was executed by the pro tem. & returned by him, endorsed, “I have served the within Writ, by bringing the forthwith, fees 31Cts.— Also Summoned Six Aldermen, fees 87½cts, & the Recorder 13Cts,— making $1,31.— , Marshal.
Same day. Subpoena issued for & Lady, & Lady, & s Woman Servant, & was returned, endorsed, “ and Lady. & Lady, Girl, duly served by reading March 10th. 1842. City Marshal.
Same day.— Summons issued for twelve Jurors, & was returned, endorsed, for serving the within Writ Mar. 10th. 1842, City Marshal, fees 50Cts..—
Present.— Mayor, Aldermen , , , , , & .
Jurors Sworn.— , , , , Perrygreen [Perregrine] Sessions, , , John G. Luce, , , James Rodeback and .