State of Vermont. [blank] ss. To the sheriff of the county of [blank] his deputy, or either of the constables of [blank] in said county--Greeting. : By the authority of the State of Vermont, you are hereby commanded to attach the goods, chattels, or estate of [blank] of [blank] in [blank] county of [blank] to the value of [blank] and [blank] notify according to law; and for want thereof, take [blank] bod[blank], if to be found within your precinct, and [blank] safely keep, so that you have [blank] before me, the [blank] day of [blank] at [blank] o'clock [blank] noon, at [blank] dwelling-house [blank] in [blank] in [blank] county [blank] to answer unto [blank] of [blank] in the county of [blank] in an action [blank] to the damage of the plaintiff [blank] ... Given under my hand at [blank] the [blank] day of [blank] anno Domini, seventeen hundred and ninety-[blank] [blank] justice of peace. [blank] recognized in [blank] to the defendant, as surety for costs of prosecution, in due form of law--before me, [blank] justice of peace
- An arrest warrant form.
"State of Vermont" in title has "State" in upper-case roman type and "Vermont" in upper-case italic type.
Not in: Evans; Bristol.
Library Company copy from the Michael Zinman Collection of Early American Imprints.
Library Company copy completed in MS. for the sheriff of Orange County, or the constables of Randolph, to attach of goods or arrest Lewis Humphry, to compel him to appear at the house of Dan Parker, of Randolph, to answer a judgment won by Alexander Ralston of Keene, Cheshire County, N.H.; dated June 2, 1798, and signed by Abner Weston, justice of the peace; Dudley Chase is recognized has having stood surety for costs; MS. note on verso that the warrant was served June 4, 1798 by Andrew Steel, sheriff; with a MS. docket title.
NEH-Readex: not in Readex; not at AAS.
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