Subpoena, 16 July 1844–B [State of Illinois v. Drown on Habeas Corpus]

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State of Illinois,) Sct. [scilicet]
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The People of the State of , TO THE OF SAID GREETING:
WE COMMAND YOU TO SUMMON Lemuel Mallory, Mary Upperman, Elizabeth Mallory & Christopher [Christian] Upperman if to be found in your , personally to be and appear before the Circuit Court of said , at the Court House, in , on the Twenty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four to testify, and the truth to speak, in relation to a certain matter in controversy, now depending in the said Court, between The People of the State of plaintiffs, and Charles Drown defendant at the instance of the said Plaintiffs laying aside all pretences and excuses whatsoever, under the penalty of what the law directs. And make due return of this writ, and the manner in which you execute the same.
WITNESS, Clerk of our said Circuit Court, at , this sixteenth day of July in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four
Clerk. By D[avid] E Head Depy [p. [1]]
State of Illinois,) Sct. [scilicet]
.)
The People of the State of , TO THE OF SAID GREETING:
WE COMMAND YOU TO SUMMON Lemuel Mallory, Mary Upperman, Elizabeth Mallory & Christopher Christian Upperman if to be found in your , personally to be and appear before the Circuit Court of said , at the Court House, in , on the Twenty first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four to testify, and the truth to speak, in relation to a certain matter in controversy, now depending in the said Court, between The People of the State of plaintiffs, and Charles Drown defendant at the instance of the said Plaintiffs laying aside all pretences and excuses whatsoever, under the penalty of what the law directs. And make due return of this writ, and the manner in which you execute the same.
WITNESS, Clerk of our said Circuit Court, at , this sixteenth day of July in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four
Clerk. By David E Head Depy [p. [1]]
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