Rachel Turner v. Innis B. Palmer. Summons of Innis B. Palmer


District of Columbia, to wit:
The United States of America,
To the Marshal of the District of Columbia, Greeting:

You are hereby commanded to attach the body of Innis B Palmer if he shall be found in the county of Washington in the District aforesaid and him safe keep, so that you have his body before the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for the County aforesaid to be held at the City of Washington on the fourth Monday of November next to answer unto the said United States of America as well touching a certain contempt by him committed in not appearing after being duly summoned to the Petition for freedom of Rachael Turner against him, in the said Court exhibited as to such other matters and things as shall be then and there alledged against him Hereof fail not as you will answer the contrary at your peril, and have you then and there this writ

Witness the honorable William Cranch Esquire Chief Judge of the said Court the 8th day of July 1836

Issued this 22nd day of July 1836

W. Brent Clk



No 271 to Novr 1836

284 Apps
March 1836

United States at the instance of Rachel Turner
Innis B. Palmer


Non Est
Alexr Hunter