George Davis v. Mary Young. Summons of John Rabbit


District of Columbia. to wit.

The United States of America
To the Marshal of the District of Columbia, Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon John Rabbit if he shall be found in the county of Washington, that (all excuses set aside) he be and appear before the circuit court of the district of Columbia, to be held for the county of Washington at the city of Washington on the fourteenth day of June instant to testify on the part of George Davis against Mary Young.

Hereof fail not at your peril, and have you then and there this precept

Witness Wm Cranch esquire, chief Judge of the said court

Issued the fourth day of June 1811

Wm Brent Clk.

Baltimore County ss On the 6th day of June 1811 before me personally appeared Jesse Talbot and did solemnly declared and affirm that he on this day served a Copy of the original Summons of which the above is a true Copy on Thomas Rutter Esquire Marshal of Maryland

Owen Dorsey


George Davis
Mary Young


for John Rabbit near Montgomery Court House