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Friday, April 8, 1842.+-

Springfield, IL.

Logan & Lincoln participate in six cases in the Sangamon County Circuit Court. In the case of Herndon v. Cutter, the jury rules in favor of their client John R. Herndon, and the court awards Herndon court costs and $475 in damages. Logan & Lincoln, along with attorneys Edward D. Baker and Albert T. Bledsoe, represent plaintiffs Clement D. March and Augustus V. Schemerhorn in the case of Schemerhorn & March v. Taylor. They ask the court to dismiss the suit, and the court grants the dismissal. In the case of Roll v. Hill, Logan & Lincoln, as attorneys for plaintiff Jacob C. Roll, argue against the defendant's motion to dissolve an injunction. Logan & Lincoln represent plaintiffs John G. Bassett and Darius North in the case of North & Bassett v. State Bank of Illinois. The attorneys for the State Bank file a plea, and Logan & Lincoln withdraw the first count of their declaration. In the U. S. District Court, Logan & Lincoln represent Henry Dishon in his bankruptcy case, In re Dishon. Judgment, 8 April 1842, Herndon v. Cutter, Record G, 362; Judgment, 8 April 1842, Schemerhorn & March v. Taylor, Record G, 362; Judgment, 8 April 1842, Roll v. Hill, Record G, 363; Judge's Docket Entry, March Term 1842, North & Bassett v. State Bank of Illinois, Docket Book C; Order, 8 April 1842, North & Bassett v. State Bank of Illinois, Record G, 360, all in Sangamon County Circuit Court, Illinois Regional Archives Depository, University of Illinois at Springfield; Order, 8 April 1842, In re Dishon, in General Bankruptcy Record 2, 506, U. S. District Court of Illinois, RG 21, National Archives, Great Lakes Region, Chicago, IL.