James Rhodes v. Moses Bell. Writ of Error


District of Columbia, to wit:
The United States of America.

To the Judges of the Circuit Court of the United States, for the District of Columbia, sitting for the County of Washington, Greeting:

Because in the record and proceedings as also in the rendition of the Judgment of a plea, which is in the said Court before you or some of you, between Moses Bell Plaintiff, and James Rhodes defendant, a manifest error that happened to the great damage of the said defendant as by his complaint appears.

We being willing that error, if any hath been, should be duly corrected, and full and speedy justice done to the parties aforesaid in this behalf, do command you if judgment be therein given, that under your hand distinctly and openly you send the record and proceedings aforesaid with all things concerning the same to the Supreme Court of the United States together with this Writ, so that you have the same at Washington on the second Monday of January next, in the said Supreme Court to be then and there held, and that the records and proceedings aforesaid being inspected, the said Supreme Court may cause further to be done therein to correct that error, which of right and according to the laws and custom of the United States should be done.

Witness the Hon. Roger B. Taney Chief Justice of said Supreme Court.

Issued this 29th day of August 1842

W. Brent Ck


Filed 29 Augt. 1842