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Tuesday, April 16, 1833.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln, William Green, Jr., and Jesse Baker appear in court as bondsmen for Thomas Edwards and acknowledge themselves indebted to state in two criminal cases. The court set Edwards's bond at $300 in People v. Edwards and Edwards, an indictment for assault with intent to commit rape. The court also set Edwards's bond at $200 in People v. Edwards et al., an indictment for riot. The court set the state's witnesses' bond at $50, and ordered John Marshall and his wife, Sally, to testify for the state at the September term of court.Photocopy.

Lincoln is a witness for the defendant, Jacob Bale, in Simmons v. Bale. The plaintiff dismisses the suit. Lincoln, Jacob Bale, Tilman Hornbuckle, and John Close of New Salem serve on the jury in State Bank of Illinois v. Parkinson. The jury awards the plaintiff $326 damages.Record.