Recognizance, 10 February 1843–C [State of Illinois v. Olney]

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State of Illinois) SS
Hancock County)
City of )
Be it remembered that on the tenth day of february one thousand eight hundred and forty three, Mary Olney personally came before me, Mayor for said , and acknowledged herself to owe the people of the State of , One hundred Dollars, to be levied on her goods and Chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of the , if default be made in the condition following: which condition is, that if she the said Mary Olney shall personally appear, at the next Circuit Court, to be holden in, & for said , on the first day of the term, to give testimony on behalf of the , and the truth to say, touching such matters as may <​be​> then and there required of her, and not depart the Court without leave, then this recognizance shall be void and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force & virtue in Law.
X <​her mark​> Mary Olney Seal
Taken and acknowledged before me at my
Joseph Smith Mayor Seal [p. [1]]
State of Illinois) SS
Hancock County)
City of )
Be it remembered that on the tenth day of february one thousand eight hundred and forty three, Mary Olney personally came before me, Mayor for said , and acknowledged herself to owe the people of the State of , One hundred Dollars, to be levied on her goods and Chattels, lands and tenements, to the use of the , if default be made in the condition following: which condition is, that if she the said Mary Olney shall personally appear, at the next Circuit Court, to be holden in, & for said , on the first day of the term, to give testimony on behalf of the , and the truth to say, touching such matters as may be then and there required of her, and not depart the Court without leave, then this recognizance shall be void and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force & virtue in Law.
X her mark Mary Olney Seal
Taken and acknowledged before me at my
Joseph Smith Mayor Seal [p. [1]]
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