Habeas Corpus, 10 October 1843 [State of Illinois v. Drown]

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“By the Habeus Corpus Act.”
filed oct 10[th] 1843
. clerk M. C.—
 
No charges allowed
clerk
 
is specially appointed to serve the within writ.
Clerk M.C.
 
Oct 11th 1843
Served on the within Samuel Watterman by presenting a copy and the body of the prisoner is now in court
 
Oct 12th <​13th​>
The prisoner sick but in custody at my house
Fees .50
For nursing and attending on the defendant three days $3,00
 
Oct 17th 1843
The body of the prisoner is now in court
For nursing and attending on— the defendant from the 13th to 17th $4,00
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“By the Habeus Corpus Act.”
filed oct 10[th] 1843
. clerk M. C.—
 
No charges allowed
clerk
 
is specially appointed to serve the within writ.
Clerk M.C.
 
Oct 11th 1843
Served on the within Samuel Watterman by presenting a copy and the body of the prisoner is now in court
 
Oct 13th
The prisoner sick but in custody at my house
Fees .50
For nursing and attending on the defendant three days $3,00
 
Oct 17th 1843
The body of the prisoner is now in court
For nursing and attending on— the defendant from the 13th to 17th $4,00
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