United States v. Schooner Emperor

United States v. Schooner Emperor

Lower Court

  • United States Supreme Court


  • 1839


  • 476


  • 864



City of Pensacola on Monday the 12th day of June next

to answer to the matters set forth in the forgoing libel

and Information.

The marshal may take Bail for the

personal appearance of said Cox on a bond in the

sum of five thousand dollars with two securities

in the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars

each, conditioned for his appearance.

(signed) John A. Cameron

Judge District of West Florida

United State Superior[?]

District Court

District of West Florida

Escambia County

To the Marshal of West Florida, Greetings:

We command you that you

take Charles G. Cox if he be found in your [?]

and him safely keep so that you have his Body before

the Judge of our Superior Court of Law for said county

in the City of Pensacola on Monday the 12th day of June

next to answer the [?] [?] of a plea upon information

and have him here this [?]

Witness W.W. Kelly clerk of our

said court at the courthouse

this 25th day of May in the year

of our Lord one thousand eight

hundred and thirty seven and

of the Independence of the United

States the 61st year. W.W. Kelly Clerk

[note on side] May 25th 1837

Executed by arresting

Charles F. Cox

J. W. Exam


By E H[?]ington

Deputy Marshall