Venire facias, in U.S. v. Thomas Vann, introducing spiritous liquors; commanding the summons of James M. Amerson, James N. Blyth, Joseph Boatwright, John M. Brinson, Ben Brent, Thomas W. Bugg, John D. Casey, Robert Cowing, William N. Counts, M. Clark, Thomas W. Deadman, Nathaniel B. Dearemore, Samuel J. Evans, William W. Eubanks, Solomon M. Hobbs, Robert Henderson, Sam L. Hogan, James A. Johnson, Franklin B. Kelley, Elijah C. Lively, William H. Lewis, Wiley May, A. Julian Miller, Thomas D. Norris, Benjamin A. Peck, Arthur v. Pirtle, Green Parrott, Alex Parker, Aristides B. Pinson, Henderson C. Rankin, Frederick Stoppleman, James M. Smith, John M. Taylor, Charles J. Taylor, Fielding Tibbetts, Josephus S. Upton, Andrew Warren, Albert Bruce, Earnest Speaker, petit jurors; Stephen Wheeler, U.S. clerk of court
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1891 May 4-21
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MS.000962, Box 23, Folder 1, Item 47
United States Western District Court of Arkansas records, MS.000962
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