Absolum White vs. Lewis Neal
United States of America,
Territory of Arkansas, ss.
County of Pike,
In The Pike Circuit Court.
In the term thereof commencing on the first Monday in April, A.D. 1834.
Absolum White, Plaintiff,
Lewis Neal, Defendant.
This day came the said Absolum White, by Grandison D. Royston, his attorney,
and filed his declaration herein, and the said Absolum White having sued out
from a justice of the peace his writ of attachment against the estate of the
said Lewis Neal, returnable into this court, for the sum of eighty-five
dollars founded on a writing obligatory; and the said Lewis Neal having
failed to enter his appearance herein according to law and the rules of this
court: It is therefore ordered by the court, that unless the said Lewis Neal
shall appear, by himself or attorney, and file special bail to the aforesaid
action, on or before the third day of the next April term of this court,
judgement will be entered against him and his estate sold to satisfy the
same. And it is furthered ordered by the court, that a copy of this order be
published in the Arkansas Gazette, a newspaper printed in this Territory, by
at least four successive weekly insertions previous to the next term of this
court, and that this cause be continued until the next term of this court. A
David S. Dickson, Cl'k.
Arkansas Gazette, December 9, 1834, Volume XV, No. 51, Whole No. 948, page
3, column 4.
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