Petition, circa 6 November 1839, Copy [Singley v. Rigdon]

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STATE OF ILLINOIS) Sct.
.)
In the [blank] Circuit Court Ills.)
To the [blank] Term, A. D. 184[blank].)
Fifth Judicial Circuit
Nicholas Singl[e]y—— Plaintiffs states that he holds a certain Note on the Defendants, in substance as follows to wit followeth
March 6th 1837
Ninety days after date I promise to pay Nicholas Singl[e]y one hundred and fifty Dollars for value received with use
[”]
[blank lines] Yet the same Debt remains unpaid
Wherefore, he prays judgment for his debt and damages for the detention of the same, together with his costs.
Little & Williams [p. [1]]
Karnes & Woods, Book and Job Prs. .
 
2d. Day No. 1 Pt. & Sum.
Nicholas Singly
vs.) In Petition & Summons.
PETITION & SUMMONS.
Circuit Court Ill.
To September Term, A. D. 1840
 
Little & Williams Pltffs Atty
 
I have served the within summons by delivering a <​true​> copy of the Within Petition same to the within named and Summons to the Within named July 23d 1840,
E. G. Haggard Sheriff, Ill.
 
I cannot, in my find the within named [blank]
Sheriff [blank].
 
SHERIFF’S FEES:—
Services of Summons— $.50
Returning— .12½
Making 1 Copy— .50
18 miles travel— 1 12½
Total Amt. $2.25
E G Haggard SHERIFF, ILL. [p. [2]]

Footnotes

  1. new scribe logo

    Docket printed with manuscript additions in handwriting of S. Otho Williams.  

  2. new scribe logo

    Notation in handwriting of S. Otho Williams.  

  3. new scribe logo

    Notations printed with manuscript additions presumably in handwriting of E. G. Haggard.