1891 October 20: Venire facias, in U.S. v. James Boykin, introducing spirituous liquors; commanding the summons of George A. Bryant, Joseph Bonner, Thomas C. Bethel, John J. Bonner, Alonzo Bouton, John W. Clayborn, Henry P. Dooly, Linley M. Deering, Joseph A. Duncan, Frank W. Dunn, James O. Eubanks, John Fishero, John A. Fisher, Henry P. Floyd, William C. Gentry, Francis M. Graham, James H. Hamilton, Alford P. Holt, George W. Hobbs, Agrippa T. Hopkins, Mack McKinney, Samuel T. McMasters, Hugh F. Mullen, Osborn McCall, John D. McCleary, Charles, Nichols, John Paterson, Henry K. Phillips, Obadiah C. Richmond, Porter A. Savage, Joseph Stafford, Britton Upchurch, Daniel W. Weld, Henry B. Wheeler, John F. Williams, John Williams Sr., Robert Whiting, petit jurors; James P. Mack, Frank Freer, Henry T. Burdick, B.J. Griffin, Henry Williams, alternate petit jurors; Stephen Wheeler, clerk
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1891 October 5-20
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MS.000962, Box 23, Folder 1, Item 32
United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962
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