Recognizance, 1 July 1843–B [JS v. Reynolds and Wilson–A]
, Jesse Dass, F. I. Bartlett, and Isaac D. MComsey, Recognizance, , IL, to James Campbell, [, IL], 1 July 1843, JS v. Reynolds and Wilson–A (Lee Co., IL, Circuit Court 1844); unidentified handwriting; signatures presumably of , Jesse Dass, F. I. Bartlett, and Isaac D. MComsey; dockets by unidentified scribe, [, IL, 1 July 1843]; notation by M. Fellows, [, Lee Co., IL], 7 July 1843; two pages; microfilm of photostat in JS v. Joseph H. Reynolds and Harmon T. Wilson, 1843–1845, CHL. Includes seals.
Know all men by these presents that we as principal and Jesse Dass— & F I. Bartlet[t] & Isaac D MComsey as security are held & firmly bound unto James Campbell sheriff of in the State of in the sum of four hundred dollars lawful money of the , for the payment of which well & truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs & assigns firmly by these presents— Signed sealed & dated this first day of July A. D 1843.— The Condition of the above obligation is such that whereas Joseph Smith has lately sued out of the Circuit Court of the County of a certain writ of in a certain of against the said & one returnable to the next term of the said court to be holden at on the second monday in September next— Now if the said shall be & appear at the said court to be holden at on said second monday next; and in case the said Jesse Dass & F. I. Bartlet, shall not be received as bail in the said action. shall put in good & sufficient bail, which shall be received by the plaintiff or shall be adjudged sufficient by the court— or the said Jesse Dass & F. I. Bartlet being accepted as bail, shall pay & satisfy the costs & condemnation money, or surrender himself in when by <law> such surrender is required [p. ]