MVB, Capias warrant for Andrew Abrahams and John Doe, 17 September 1809
THE People of the State of New-YORK by the Grace of God Free and Independent: TO our Sheriff of the County above said, greeting:—WE command you that you take Andrew Abrahams & John Doe
if they shall be found within your Bailiwick, and them safely keep, so that you may have their Bodies before our Judges and Assistant Justices, at our Court of Common Pleas, to be held at the Court-House in the City of Hudson, in and for the County aforesaid on
day the fourteenth day of January next to answer unto Barent I Goes in a plea of Debt on Recognizance of Bail for seventy six Dollars & seventy five Cents.
And have you then there this Writ. Witness William Wilson Esquire, First Judge of our said Court, at Hudson, the 17th day of September in the thirty-third Year of our Independence.
|M. VBuren||M. Jenkins Junr Clerk.|
Col. Com. Pleas
Barent I Goes
& John Doe
<Case> in Debt
of Bail for
Body Taken Fees $2.00
John C Hogeboom Atty
I Promise to appear at the Return of the <witness> & pray the Court to enter my appearance accordingly