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Friday, May 20, 1853.+-

Clinton, IL.

Lincoln and Clifton H. Moore represent the defendants in the De Witt County Circuit Court case of McCarrell v. Campbell et al. Plaintiff Andrew McCarrell claims that on May 9, 1852, defendants Charles Campbell, Greenberry Campbell, William Campbell, and Robert Crawford, "with great force and violence" beat and kicked McCarrell leaving him "greatly hurt, bruised and wounded." McCarrell's injuries "hindered and prevented [him] from performing and transacting his necessary affairs." McCarrell seeks $3,000, in damages. A jury finds the defendants guilty and it awards McCarrell $50. Declaration, filed 9 April 1853, McCarrell v. Campbell et al.; Order, 20 May 1853, McCarrell v. Campbell et al., Chancery Record 1A, 493; Jury Verdict, filed 20 May 1853, McCarrell v. Campbell et al., all in De Witt County Circuit Court, De Witt County Courthouse, Clinton, IL.

In Titus E. Sawyer & Co. v. Hayworth et al., agreed judgment for $117.82 is entered for plaintiff, their client. Case is action in assumpsit. Record.