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Fines, Forfitures, and Fees page 111


Fines, Forfitures, and Fees page 111 Click on the MEDIA ITEMS below for more information

   



S.H. 1The State vs Philip Shilling
Fine£0.11.3
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 6 9
Constable J. Bruner 60 7.6
Paid Bruner £1.12.0
entered
S.H. 2Same vs John Oswalt
Fine£0.17.6
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 3 4
£2.10.4
entered
S.H. 3Same vs Benjamin Oswalt
Fine£1.17.6
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 6 9
Barton Watts Witness 60 Pd 7.67.6
£2.18.3
entered
S.H. 4Same vs Peter Oswalt
Fine£1.17.6
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 3 4
£2.10.4
entered
S.H. 5Same vs Same
Fine£1.17.6
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 6 9
Jacob Waltz 60 7.6
Paid Waltz £2.18.3
Entered
S.H. 6Same vs Elizabeth Oswalt
Fine1.17.6
Atty 100 Job? 12.6
Cryer 6 9
Susanna Waltz 60 7.6
Paid Waltz £2.18.3
Entered




ID:
wcsr111

Page #:
111

Creator:
Nathaniel Rochester

Notes:
In criminal law, a fine is a sum of money ordered to be paid by an offender, as a punishment for his offence. A fine is at common law one of the punishments for misdemeanors, and it has been made a punishment for many offences by modern statutes.
Fee is applied to property to denote that it has the quality of descending to the heirs of the owner for the time being if he does not dispose of it during his life or by his will, supposing he has power to do so.
Forfeiture is where a person loses some property, right, privilege, or benefit in consequence of having done or omitted to do a certain act.
A dictionary of American and English law : with definitions of the technical terms of the canon and civil laws : also, containing a full collection of Latin maxims, and citations of upwards of forty thousand reported cases in which words and phrases have been judicially defined or construed. By Stewart Rapalje and Robert L. Lawrence. Jersey City, N. J.; Frederick D. Linn and Co., 1883

Date:
1804-1806

Collection Location:
Western Maryland Room, Washington County Free Library

Original Size:
36 cms x 25 cms

Subject:
Rochester, Nathaniel; Jails, Washington County (Md.)

Coverage:
Washington County, (Md.), 1804-1806

 
 
Western Maryland Regional Library
100 South Potomac Street
Hagerstown, Maryland 21740

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