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Monday, September 3, 1849.+-

Springfield, IL.

Lincoln & Herndon's client, Robert Wilbourn, wins the trespass case Wilbourn v. Crenshaw et al. when the jury finds the defendants guilty and assesses damages of $32.50. In Baker v. Browne, an attachment suit, the defendant defaults and the jury assesses $2,000 damages in favor of Lincoln & Herndon's client. Lincoln & Herndon repesent the defendant in a replevin case, Jackson v. Brown, and the plaintiff submits to a nonsuit. Lincoln & Herndon file pleas for the defendant in the trespass case, Penny v. McHenry. Record.