Docket Entry, circa 13 June 1844 [State of Illinois v. H. Smith et al. on Habeas Corpus]

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After hearing the testimony in the above case the court ordered that the petitioners , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and be, Jointly and Severally, honorably discharged from the accusations and arrest and that they , that said suit was institutd on complaint of through Malice. p[r]ivate Pique & corruption and that said pay the costs.—
June 13th/44 issued <​vs. ​> on complaint demand of $11.60 <​12.60​>— To , Marshal.
“November 4. 1844. returned “no property found” and also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of & after the proper return day of the same
J[onathan] C. Wright C. M. [city marshal]”
February 10. 1845 The drew on the for the above fees amounting to 13.22½ [23 lines blank] [p. 112]
After hearing the testimony in the above case the court ordered that the petitioners , , , , , , , , , , , , , , and be, Jointly and Severally, honorably discharged from the accusations and arrest and that they , that said suit was institutd on complaint of through Malice. private Pique & corruption and that said pay the costs.—
June 13th/44 issued vs. on demand of $ 12.60— To , Marshal.
“November 4. 1844. returned “no property found” and also this execution came to my hands since the death of former Marshall of said City of & after the proper return day of the same
Jonathan C. Wright C. M. city marshal”
February 10. 1845 The drew on the for the above fees amounting to 13.22½ [23 lines blank] [p. 112]
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