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The defendant demurs to the complaint, for the following grounds of objection, viz:
C— D—, Deft.
or E- F--, Def'ts Atty.
To the sheriff of the county of Albany :
You are hereby required, forthwith to arrest the defendant, and hold him to bail in the sum of $
and to return this order to (the plaintiff or attorncy subscribing or endorsing the order,) at on the day of
A. D. Albany, February 2, 1848.
J. W., Justice of the supreme court,
E. W., County judge of the county of Albany.
UNDERTAKING ON THE PART OF THE PLAINTIFF. A-- B
Whereas, application has been made to J. W., justice of the supreme court, for an order to arrest the defendant in this cause, we do hereby undertake, that if the defendant recover judgment, the plaintiff will pay all costs that may be awarded to the defendant, and all damages which he may sustain by reason of the arrest, not exceeding $
Albany, February 2, 1848
The defendant having been arrested by the sheriff of the county of
upon an order of arrest in this cause, granted by we, A. W., of farmer, and E. W., of
merchant, hereby undertake, in the sum of $
that the defendant shall at all times render himself amenable to the process of the court, during the pendency of this action, and to such as may be issued to enforce the judgment therein.
NOTICE TO SHERIFF TO DELIVER PERSONAL PROPERTY A- B- )
agt. S to be endorsed on the affidavit. C— D—-.S To the sheriff of the county of Albany:
You are hereby required to take from the defendant the property described in the within affidavit, and deliver it to the plaintiff. Albany, February 2, 1848.
A— B- , Piff,
or F--, Pl’ffs Atty.
INJUNCTION. A- B- ,
agt. C- D
It appearing satisfactorily to me, by the affidavit of that sufficient grounds therefor exist, I do hereby order, that the defendant desist (or refrain) from
until the further order of the court. Albany, February 2, 1848.
J. W., Justice of the supreme court.
E. W., County judge of the county of Albany
Showing the number of courts held for the trial of civil actions in the
several counties under the old constitution, and under the act of 1847; and the number of united circuits and special terms, as proposed by chis act, excluding local courts of cities.
[p. &. p.]