Docket Entry, Judgment, 11 June 1842–30 January 1851 [United States v. Haws et al.]

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REGISTER of MISCELLANEOUS SUITS in which the is a party, or interested.
When instituted. By whose direction. Name of Attorney and District. Against whom. Residence. Nature of Suit, or cause of . Amount claimed. When due. Amount recovered. Judgment or Decree, when rendered. Amount received. To whom paid. REMARKS.
Attorney. District. Principal. Sureties. Dollars. Cents. Dollars Cents. Dollars. Cents.
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June 1 Secretary of War Montgy Blair Upon a note to Capt. R E. Lee. Engr Capn as agent 4866 38 5184 31) 1842 June 11 See proceedings, ante page 37
Costs 41 96) See Letter from Dist. Atty, dated Jan. 20 1851 to Solr. of Treasy, stating that he had commenced proceedings in Circuit of for the Dist. of , by a Creditor’s bill, against the , and heirs at law of Joseph Smith decd., and others, 53 defts,— the bill embracing 108 Town lots in & 14 tracts of land in the counties of and . Estimated at about $20,000. Thirty two of the [defendants?] failed to appear & and answer, and as to them the bill was taken as confessed, and the lands claimed by them, being 6 tracts, and 106 town lots, estimated at from $5,000 to $6,000, decreed to be sold. Supplemental Bill filed 5 Decr. 1851 against 22 other defts, claiming 15 tracts of land & 52 town lots. Sale to take place in the spring, & advises the appointment of some person to attend the sale or part of Government, to prevent a [illegible]. Employed Geo. Edmunds Esq. to investigate letter for a confirmation of $500, and asks Solicitor to ratify the same. Jan 30th 1851 Letter of Solicitor to Esq Dist. Attorney, in reply, stating he has sent copy of his letter to Sec. of the Interior recommending the allowance to Mr. Edmunds, and requesting to be informed in due time of day of sale. 30 Jan 1851, Letter of Solicitor to Sec of Interior, enclosing copy of letter from Dist. Attorney, and recommending the allowance proposed, to George Edmunds Esq for professional services &c
Jos. Smith
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REGISTER of MISCELLANEOUS SUITS in which the is a party, or interested.
When instituted. By whose direction. Name of Attorney and District. Against whom. Residence. Nature of Suit, or cause of . Amount claimed. When due. Amount recovered. Judgment or Decree, when rendered. Amount received. To whom paid. REMARKS.
Attorney. District. Principal. Sureties. Dollars. Cents. Dollars Cents. Dollars. Cents.
1841 Continued from Page 37
June 1 Secretary of War Montgy Blair Upon a note to Capt. R E. Lee. Engr Capn as agent 4866 38 5184 31) 1842 June 11 See proceedings, ante page 37
Costs 41 96) See Letter from Dist. Atty, dated Jan. 20 1851 to Solr. of Treasy, stating that he had commenced proceedings in Circuit of for the Dist. of , by a Creditor’s bill, against the , and heirs at law of Joseph Smith decd., and others, 53 defts,— the bill embracing 108 Town lots in & 14 tracts of land in the counties of and . Estimated at about $20,000. Thirty two of the [defendants] failed to appear & and answer, and as to them the bill was taken as confessed, and the lands claimed by them, being 6 tracts, and 106 town lots, estimated at from $5,000 to $6,000, decreed to be sold. Supplemental Bill filed 5 Decr. 1851 against 22 other defts, claiming 15 tracts of land & 52 town lots. Sale to take place in the spring, & advises the appointment of some person to attend the sale or part of Government, to prevent a . Employed Geo. Edmunds Esq. to investigate letter for a confirmation of $500, and asks Solicitor to ratify the same. Jan 30th 1851 Letter of Solicitor to Esq Dist. Attorney, in reply, stating he has sent copy of his letter to Sec. of the Interior recommending the allowance to Mr. Edmunds, and requesting to be informed in due time of day of sale. 30 Jan 1851, Letter of Solicitor to Sec of Interior, enclosing copy of letter from Dist. Attorney, and recommending the allowance proposed, to George Edmunds Esq for professional services &c
Jos. Smith
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