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Tuesday, September 11, 1849.+-

Springfield, IL.

In People v. Sullinger, the court fines Lincoln & Herndon's client, Phillip Sullinger, $25 and court costs on an indictment for keeping a disorderly house. By agreement in Enyart v. McAtee, the court sets the case for hearing next term. The court grants Lincoln & Herndon, who represent the complainant, an injunction restraining the defendant from cutting timber on the property in question pending a settlement. The court continues the trespass case Penny v. McHenry. Record.