Louisa Woodward v. Jane Monroe. Summons of Jane Munroe


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 Jane Munroe if she shall be found in the County of Washington, that she be and appear in the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, at rules to be held for the County of Washington, at the City of Washington, on the first third Monday of Octo. Inst. next, to answer a bill of complaint of the petition of freedom of Louisa Woodward filed in Court here against her and others.

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

Witness the Hon. W. Cranch, Chief Judge of the said Court.

Issued the 14th day of October 1846.

W. Brent Clk

Memorandum: The defendant to enter appearance in the suit, on or before the day on which the above subpoena is returnable, otherwise the bill may be taken pro confesso.




Louisa Woodward
Jane Munroe


Sumn Deft.

Petn for freedom

Non Est
A Hunter