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United States (United States) (search for this): article 3
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
Robert Murrt (search for this): article 3
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
N. T. Herald (search for this): article 3
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
August 21st, 1861 AD (search for this): article 3
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
ng formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.-ster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.
August 21st (search for this): article 3
In want of money. --August 21.--The following formidable poster at the Marshal's office met the astonished gaze of the Grand and Jurors: Mottes to Jurors. The United States Marshal not having received, funds from Washington, the Grand Jurors of the United States Circuit for the April term, 1861, will be notified at what time to call at this officer for their compensation. Robt. Murrt, U. S. Marshal. August 21, 1861. The above notice applies also to the Petit Jurors attending the name Court during the April term.--N. T. Herald.