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1877 January 16: Voucher, U.S. v. [miscellaneous goods]; U.S. v. Maxwell and Morris, John A. Fitch, and John Dorchester, debt on bond as traders in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Elias Rieton and Charles G. Scott, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. George W. Clark, William Quesenbury, Josiah W. Washbourne, and Thomas Walden, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. William Blakesly and John Young; U.S. v. Orlando J. Gray, Daniel Harris, Charles E. Ford, Robert J. Topping, and James Summer; U.S. v. Albert Johnston, Charles Starr, George Boldridge, Thomas Blair, and William Harnage; U.S. v. James Crittenden, Thomas Crittenden, Cyrus R. Stephenson; U.S. v. Jackson Downing, C.N. West, Repey B. Cox, and D.W. Ross; U.S. v. William H. Thomas; U.S. v. M.M. Bowles and W.F. Baely; U.S. v. George H. Newton and Alvey G. Newton; U.S. v. J. Taylor Potts; U.S. v. Vandyke Barrelaw; U.S. v. Thomas J. Benderman and Levi S. Falcon; U.S. v. Logan H. Roats, Thomas Martin, A.S. Thorn, W.E. Spear, Edwin Rockwell, and William T. Ford, debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Mathew Leeper, J.M. Tibbets, and Josiah W. Washbourne, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. Newton Scimpsher, Atkinson and Robb, and James Patterson, garnishment to secure debt of the U.S. v. N. Scrumpshed; U.S. v. John N. Garber, Thomas M. Bowen, Thomas D.W. Yonley, Alexander McDonald, Henry Page, Charles W. Taukersley, William S. Oliver, Jeffery G. Botsford, and John Stoddard; debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Charles Rich and Lewis H. Posey; U.S. v. Logan H. Roats, Richard C. Kereus, and M. Larue Harrison, debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Thomas S. Drew, W.R. Hunter, John T. Black, James Houston, Daniel Hanauer, John H. Imbodeu, James Robinson, Alexander Robinson, and O. Robinson, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. John McDonald; U.S. v. Ellen Ball; U.S. v. William Shoate; U.S. v. David Wright and Joseph Mann; U.S. v. John R. McCollurn; U.S. v. John E. Campbell; U.S. v. Cuska Brown, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Richmond Clark, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Fox, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Thomas Williams, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Moncrieff, introducing spirituous liquors into the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Denbow, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Joshua Smith and Alfred Williams, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Sam Foreman, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robber, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. One Vann, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Silas Wood; U.S. v. James Crittendon, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Burk, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, James M. Bell, Johnson Falling, Sylvester Hersh, John Kinney, and Edward W. Jenkins, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, James M. Bell, Shelly L. Keys, and William R. Rooth, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, and James M. Bell, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Russell McKinney, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Lovely Rogers, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Ki Coleman, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Neddie Kinche, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. John Farrell, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. John Farrell, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Taylor, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. William Taylor, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Gardner, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Gardner, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. George Williams, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Coleman, Henry Baker, and Nick Worthington, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Cochran, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Jones, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robert Love, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Elkanah Hereford, tobacco dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Lee, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Richard Cowan, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joe Coffey, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Dillon, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Andy Welch, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joe Barnett, violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Mulleh, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Stephen Pettigrew, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. James Brashears, James Wise, Al Newberry, W.S. Carney, and Henry Newberry, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Andy Sparling, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Andy Sparling, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Frazier, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Harnage, Steven Star, and Josiah Vann, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Tickansky, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Salol Nicholson, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Taylor Parris and Noah Parris, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Fitzpatrick, Little Robe, and Cabby, contempt; U.S. v. John Bradshaw, tobacco dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. John Greenwood, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Caesar Boyd, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Eastman Chuck, Raymond Chuck, and Nack-Sha-lah, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Colbert and Fluton Kemp, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Dirt Thrower, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Hays, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Hood and George Gunther, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Coasie Theodore, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Stephen Dass, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCaun, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Ward, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Owsley, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Jackson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Allen Beagle, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and retail liquor dealer without paying special taxes; U.S. v. John Devine and Anna Jones, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Kelly, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Huiton Blurton, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Edward Giveus, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Taylor, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Burgess Yates, rape in Indian Country; U.S. v. Mrs. M. Bach, contempt; U.S. v. John McClaughlan and Almarine Wadkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Knight, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Edward Givens, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Monroe, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Josephine Cannon and W.L. Mills, contempt; U.S. v. George Monroe, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. George Southerland, contempt; U.S. v. John Ball, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Corneluis Sanders, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Phillips and Henry Shannon, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Phillips, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. William Bennett and Napoleon Fulsom, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Blue and Charles Carter, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Hansford, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Davis and William Alden, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joan Stults, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCann, larceny in larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Tonatubbe and Daniel Speaker, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. George White, violating U.S. internal revenue laws and introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Ed. Coher, contempt; U.S. v. David Wright, contempt; U.S. v. William Blue and Charles Carter, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Black Crow and Cruping Bear, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William N. Edwards, Victor N. Edwards, and John W. Edwards, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John W. Fliut, contempt; U.S. v. Ellen Ball, contempt; U.S. v. William Bennett, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Dan Ellas and Henry Turner, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Cochran, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Bullet and Ebon Brown, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas, Alfred Nail, and Lone Conneyontuffee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCann, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James B. Crozier, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas, Alfred Nail, and Lone Connerontuffee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Woods, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Houston Brown, Thomas Miller, and Yock-Can-Ney, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Taylor Parris, Noah Parris, and Jeff Robinson, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Proctor, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Reardon, William Story, and Frank Kriner, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Clarke, contempt; U.S. v. C.T. Rucker, contempt; U.S. v. Augustus F. Seals, and Chapman Marrs, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Ti-ta-ka, Joseph Riley, Tesekiah Harjo, Cub McIntosh, and John Hawkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Holt, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Irving Perkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Petty and Fred Boyance, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Uriah M. Cooper, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Josephine Honey and Silas Wood, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Tussy, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Blagg, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Josephine Harris, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Mrs. Cochran, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Tom Craslin, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Rene Childers, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Mary Hanery, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Nan Harper, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jackson Woods, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Thomas, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Settles, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country and violation internal revenue laws of U.S.; U.S. v. John Cameron and One Jones, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. David Leflone, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Watson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Bowman, illicit distillery spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Peter Roberson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. One Gillup, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William N. Adams and Alford H. Boles, subornation of perjury; U.S. v. Peter Roberson, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. William N. Adams, perjury; U.S. v. Samuel Spencer, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Jones, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas and Lone Conneyontubbee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Rose, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Batiste Seeley, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Tuck Downing, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Jimmerson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. William A. Adams and Alford H. Bales, making fraudulent affidavits in support of claim for homestead; U.S. v. Dutch Ratling Gourd, contempt; U.S. v. William P. Bouduioh, contempt; U.S. v. Charles U. Leichard, contempt; U.S. v. James Foster and Arthur Foster, contempt; U.S. v. Samuel Moncrieff, contempt; U.S. v. Albert Brown, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Thomas Seeley, James Seeley, and Batiste Seeley, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Winnie Allen, contempt; U.S. v. H.W. Terrell, contempt; U.S. v. John E. Campbell, contempt; U.S. v. Andrew J. Archer, contempt; U.S. v. Thomas Taylor and James W. Williamson, contempt; U.S. v. John R. McCollum, contempt; U.S. v. A.F. Willis and Sally McCasson, contempt; U.S. v. One Taylor, contempt; U.S. v. William Shoate, contempt; U.S. v. Mrs. Bennett, contempt; U.S. v. Sam Garvin, contempt; U.S. v. G.B. Harris and F.M. Sawyer, contempt; U.S. v. Elizabeth Drew, contempt; U.S. v. Samuel Banks, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Schwanake, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. June Johnson and Hiram Green, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. William H. McDaniel, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Johnson Falling, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jean Summers, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Daniel Harris, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jerry Hanford, subornation of perjury; U.S. v. Louise Bruden, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Joe Anderson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Sanquin, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Wilson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. James Ussery and Audy Griffin, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Kiah-ak-tonki and Ki-aw-wah, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Edward M. Lewis and T.P. Lewis, arson in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Pratt, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Edwards, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robert Pettus, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. W.S. Maroney, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Morris H. Sorrels, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Adolphe Shade, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Cornelius Howard, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Bud Coak, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Riley, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Kettle and Martin B. Martin, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Blue and Saffron Thompson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Winters, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Roland T. Bryarly, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Yates, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Joseph Elliott, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Henry Willis and Charles Scott, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Schwanake, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Lewis Rowe, Eli Rowe, and Jug. Landrum, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Tussey, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Wesley A. Sellers, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. David Lewis, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Thomas Ford, larceny in Indian Country; includes costs of various court fees; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; Isaac C. Parker, judge

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1877 January 16: Voucher, U.S. v. [miscellaneous goods]; U.S. v. Maxwell and Morris, John A. Fitch, and John Dorchester, debt on bond as traders in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Elias Rieton and Charles G. Scott, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. George W. Clark, William Quesenbury, Josiah W. Washbourne, and Thomas Walden, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. William Blakesly and John Young; U.S. v. Orlando J. Gray, Daniel Harris, Charles E. Ford,  Robert J. Topping, and James Summer; U.S. v.  Albert Johnston, Charles Starr, George Boldridge, Thomas Blair, and William Harnage; U.S. v. James Crittenden, Thomas Crittenden, Cyrus R. Stephenson; U.S. v. Jackson Downing, C.N. West, Repey B. Cox, and D.W. Ross; U.S. v. William H. Thomas; U.S. v. M.M. Bowles and W.F. Baely; U.S. v. George H. Newton and Alvey G. Newton; U.S. v. J. Taylor Potts; U.S. v. Vandyke Barrelaw; U.S. v. Thomas J. Benderman and Levi S. Falcon; U.S. v. Logan H. Roats, Thomas Martin, A.S. Thorn, W.E. Spear, Edwin Rockwell, and William T. Ford, debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Mathew Leeper, J.M. Tibbets, and Josiah W. Washbourne, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. Newton Scimpsher, Atkinson and Robb, and James Patterson, garnishment to secure debt of the U.S. v. N. Scrumpshed; U.S. v. John N. Garber, Thomas M. Bowen, Thomas D.W. Yonley, Alexander McDonald, Henry Page, Charles W. Taukersley, William S. Oliver, Jeffery G. Botsford, and John Stoddard; debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Charles Rich and Lewis H. Posey; U.S. v. Logan H. Roats, Richard C. Kereus, and M. Larue Harrison, debt on U.S. marshals bond; U.S. v. Thomas S. Drew, W.R. Hunter, John T. Black, James Houston, Daniel Hanauer, John H. Imbodeu, James Robinson, Alexander Robinson, and O. Robinson, debt on Indian agents bond; U.S. v. John McDonald; U.S. v. Ellen Ball; U.S. v. William Shoate; U.S. v. David Wright and Joseph Mann; U.S. v. John R. McCollurn; U.S. v. John E. Campbell; U.S. v. Cuska Brown, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Richmond Clark, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Fox, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Thomas Williams, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Moncrieff, introducing spirituous liquors into the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Denbow, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Joshua Smith and Alfred Williams, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Sam Foreman, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robber, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. One Vann, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Silas Wood; U.S. v. James Crittendon, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Burk, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, James M. Bell, Johnson Falling, Sylvester Hersh, John Kinney, and Edward W. Jenkins, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, James M. Bell, Shelly L. Keys, and William R. Rooth, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Andrew Barker, James Barker, and James M. Bell, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Russell McKinney, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Lovely Rogers, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Ki Coleman, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Neddie Kinche, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. John Farrell, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. John Farrell, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. William Taylor, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. William Taylor, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Gardner, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Gardner, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. George Williams, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Coleman, Henry Baker, and Nick Worthington, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Cochran, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Jones, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robert Love, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Elkanah Hereford, tobacco dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Lee, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Richard Cowan, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joe Coffey, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Dillon, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Andy Welch, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joe Barnett, violating internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Mulleh, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Stephen Pettigrew, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. James Brashears, James Wise, Al Newberry, W.S. Carney, and Henry Newberry, murder in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Andy Sparling, violating U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Andy Sparling, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Frazier, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Harnage, Steven Star, and Josiah Vann, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Tickansky, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Salol Nicholson, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Taylor Parris and Noah Parris, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Fitzpatrick, Little Robe, and Cabby, contempt; U.S. v. John Bradshaw, tobacco dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. John Greenwood, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Caesar Boyd, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Eastman Chuck, Raymond Chuck, and Nack-Sha-lah, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Colbert and Fluton Kemp, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Dirt Thrower, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Hays, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Hood and George Gunther, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Coasie Theodore, larceny in the Indian Country; U.S. v. Stephen Dass, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCaun, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Ward, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Owsley, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Jackson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Allen Beagle, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and retail liquor dealer without paying special taxes; U.S. v. John Devine and Anna Jones, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Kelly, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Huiton Blurton, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Edward Giveus, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Taylor, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Burgess Yates, rape in Indian Country; U.S. v. Mrs. M. Bach, contempt; U.S. v. John McClaughlan and Almarine Wadkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Knight, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Edward Givens, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Monroe, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Josephine Cannon and W.L. Mills, contempt; U.S. v. George Monroe, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. George Southerland, contempt; U.S. v. John Ball, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Corneluis Sanders, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Phillips and Henry Shannon, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. James Phillips, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. William Bennett and Napoleon Fulsom, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Blue and Charles Carter, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Hansford, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Davis and William Alden, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joan Stults, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCann, larceny in larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Joseph Tonatubbe and Daniel Speaker, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. George White, violating U.S. internal revenue laws and introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country; U.S. v. Ed. Coher, contempt; U.S. v. David Wright, contempt; U.S. v. William Blue and Charles Carter, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Black Crow and Cruping Bear, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William N. Edwards, Victor N. Edwards, and John W. Edwards, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John W. Fliut, contempt; U.S. v. Ellen Ball, contempt; U.S. v. William Bennett, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Dan Ellas and Henry Turner, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Cochran, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Bullet and Ebon Brown, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas, Alfred Nail, and Lone Conneyontuffee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Noah McCann, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James B. Crozier, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas, Alfred Nail, and Lone Connerontuffee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Woods, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Houston Brown, Thomas Miller, and Yock-Can-Ney, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Taylor Parris, Noah Parris, and Jeff Robinson, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Proctor, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Reardon, William Story, and Frank Kriner, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Clarke, contempt; U.S. v. C.T. Rucker, contempt; U.S. v. Augustus F. Seals, and Chapman Marrs, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Ti-ta-ka, Joseph Riley, Tesekiah Harjo, Cub McIntosh, and John Hawkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. George Holt, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Irving Perkins, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Petty and Fred Boyance, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Uriah M. Cooper, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Josephine Honey and Silas Wood, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Tussy, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jesse Blagg, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. Josephine Harris, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Mrs. Cochran, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Tom Craslin, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Rene Childers, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Mary Hanery, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Nan Harper, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jackson Woods, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Thomas, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Settles, introducing spirituous liquor into Indian Country and violation internal revenue laws of U.S.; U.S. v. John Cameron and One Jones, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. David Leflone, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Watson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Bowman, illicit distillery spirituous liquors; U.S. v. Peter Roberson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. One Gillup, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William N. Adams and Alford H. Boles, subornation of perjury; U.S. v. Peter Roberson, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. William N. Adams, perjury; U.S. v. Samuel Spencer, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Henry Jones, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jeff Thomas and Lone Conneyontubbee, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Rose, retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Batiste Seeley, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Tuck Downing, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Jimmerson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. William A. Adams and Alford H. Bales, making fraudulent affidavits in support of claim for homestead; U.S. v. Dutch Ratling Gourd, contempt; U.S. v. William P. Bouduioh, contempt; U.S. v. Charles U. Leichard, contempt; U.S. v. James Foster and Arthur Foster, contempt; U.S. v. Samuel Moncrieff, contempt; U.S. v. Albert Brown, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country and retail liquor dealer without paying special tax; U.S. v. Thomas Seeley, James Seeley, and Batiste Seeley, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Winnie Allen, contempt; U.S. v. H.W. Terrell, contempt; U.S. v. John E. Campbell, contempt; U.S. v. Andrew J. Archer, contempt; U.S. v. Thomas Taylor and James W. Williamson, contempt; U.S. v. John R. McCollum, contempt; U.S. v. A.F. Willis and Sally McCasson, contempt; U.S. v. One Taylor, contempt; U.S. v. William Shoate, contempt; U.S. v. Mrs. Bennett, contempt; U.S. v. Sam Garvin, contempt; U.S. v. G.B. Harris and F.M. Sawyer, contempt; U.S. v. Elizabeth Drew, contempt; U.S. v. Samuel Banks, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Schwanake, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. June Johnson and Hiram Green, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. William H. McDaniel, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Johnson Falling, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jean Summers, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Daniel Harris, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Jerry Hanford, subornation of perjury; U.S. v. Louise Bruden, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Joe Anderson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Charles Sanquin, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Wilson, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. James Ussery and Audy Griffin, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Kiah-ak-tonki and Ki-aw-wah, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Edward M. Lewis and T.P. Lewis, arson in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Pratt, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Edwards, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Robert Pettus, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. W.S. Maroney, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Morris H. Sorrels, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Adolphe Shade, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. Cornelius Howard, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Bud Coak, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Riley, violation of U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. John Kettle and Martin B. Martin, murder in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Blue and Saffron Thompson, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. John Winters, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Roland T. Bryarly, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. William Yates, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Joseph Elliott, violation U.S. internal revenue laws; U.S. v. Henry Willis and Charles Scott, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. James Schwanake, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Lewis Rowe, Eli Rowe, and Jug. Landrum, larceny in Indian Country; U.S. v. Jack Tussey, assault with intent to kill in Indian Country; U.S. v. Wesley A. Sellers, introducing spirituous liquors into Indian Country; U.S. v. David Lewis, larceny in Indian Country;  U.S. v. Thomas Ford, larceny in Indian Country; includes costs of various court fees; Stephen Wheeler, clerk; Isaac C. Parker, judge

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