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State of Missouri
          vs.
James Michael
Missouri State Seal

March Term, 1st day 1832
Indictment for suffering a card table to be used in his house.  
A True Bill

And the Grand Jury having no further business before them were by the Court discharged.


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State of Missouri
          vs.
James Michael
Missouri State Seal

May Term, 2nd day 1832

And now at this day came the defendant by his attorney, and moves the Court to quash the indictment ordered by the Court. To be continued until the next term of this Court.

This day came the Circuit Attorney as also the defendant in his proper person, and the defendant on reasons filed moved the Court to quash the indictment.  

The Court after hearing the argument of counsel do consider that the said Indictment be quashed, that the defendant be therefrom discharged.

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