Minutes, 6–8 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A on Habeas Corpus]

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May Term
Municipal Court
May term— Monday May 6th 1844
Prest. J. Smith Chi[e]f Justice
adjornd until Tusdy. 7th ist. [instant] 10 AM.
Tusday <​7​>— 10:<​oclock​> A M.
Presnt. .
Adjrnd until tuesday, M[a]y. 8, 1844
10— A M Notice has been served on the original complaint
Complaint <​Petition​>— of Joseph Smith
Writ of Habus Corpus— & retrn—
Copy— & return
Originl writ caus of capti[o]n & detenti[o]n
Notice to
adjornd <​term​> <​of​> May 8th. 1844— 10 AM.—
.— was elected.— Prest. Pro tem.— Paper . . . Alderm[e]n & took thir seats.— Pleas of Peti[ti]oner.— writ illegal.— would pass. the— errors of writ & go to trial. complaint did not appear— suppored [supported?] the Merits of the case— herein given notic to— — Esq— wanted to know what the testim[on]y is to be about.—
—Petitioner wished the privilege of showing the Cou[r]t that — in in conspiracy with othe[r]s agist [against] the life & peace of Petioner [p. [1]]
May Term
Municipal Court
May term— Monday May 6th 1844
Prest. J. Smith Chief Justice
adjornd until Tusdy. 7th ist. [instant] 10 AM.
Tusday 7— 10:oclock A M.
Presnt. .
Adjrnd until tuesday, May. 8, 1844
10— A M Notice has been served on the original complaint
Petition— of Joseph Smith
Writ of Habus Corpus— & retrn—
Copy— & return
Originl writ caus of caption & detention
Notice to
adjornd term of May 8th. 1844— 10 AM.—
.— was elected.— Prest. Pro tem.— Paper . . . Aldermen & took thir seats.— Pleas of Petitioner.— writ illegal.— would pass. the— errors of writ & go to trial. complaint did not appear— suppored [supported] the Merits of the case— herein given notic to— — Esq— wanted to know what the testimony is to be about.—
—Petitioner wished the privilege of showing the Court that — in in conspiracy with others agist [against] the life & peace of Petioner [p. [1]]
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