Habeas Corpus, 2 April 1844 [State of Illinois v. Greene et al. on Habeas Corpus]
, , to City Marshal , , Hancock Co., IL, 2 Apr. 1844, State of IL v. Greene et al. on Habeas Corpus (Nauvoo, IL, Municipal Court 1844); handwriting of ; witnessed by , 2 Apr. 1844; docket and notations by , [, Hancock Co., IL],  Apr. 1844; notation by , 3 Apr. 1844; two pages; Nauvoo, IL, Records, CHL.
The people of the State of to the of said Greeting
Whereas application has been made before the Municipal Court of said that the bodies of , , and are in the custody of , constable of the county of , in the aforesaid, on a warrant issued by , Justice of the peace in and for said , a copy of which warrant with the returnthereon was attached to the petition: These are therefore to command the said , constable, of the county of , to safely have the bodies of said , and , in his custody detained, as it is said, togither with the day and cause of their caption and detention, by whatsoever name the said , , and may be known or called, before the municipal court of said , forthwith, to abide such order as the said court shall make in this behalf, and further, if the said, , constable of the county of , or othe[r] person or persons having the said , and . in custody, shall refuse to <or> neglect to comply with the provisions of this writ you the of said or other person authorized to serve the save [same] thesame are hereby required to arrest the person or persons <so> refusing or [p. ]