Amendment from John Taylor, circa 8 August 1842

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And be it further enacted then if upon investigation it shall be proven before the municipel court that the writ <​or process​> has been issued either through <​private pique​> malice malicious <​intent​> religious or other persecution falsehood or misrepresentation <​contrary to <​the constitution​> this state or <​constitu[tion]​> of the ​> the writ shall be <​quashed &​> considered of no effect & the prisoner shall be descharg [discharged].
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted <​ordained​> that if upon investigation it shall be proven before the Municipal Court that the writ or process has been issued either through private pique malicious intent; religious, or other persecution; falsehood or misrepresentation contrary to the Constitution of this of the Constitution of the ; the writ shall be quashed & considered of no effect & the prisoner shall be released.
Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that in the case of the absence sickness debility or other disqualifying circumstances preventing the Mayor or Vice Mayor from officiating that any of the Aldren [Aldermen] [p. [1]]
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