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Michigan

Jackson

There were four cases on the docket, and the court was in session two days. William Savacool was convicted of larceny, and sentenced to three months in Washtenaw jail. Second session of the court. November llth, 1833, the grand jury had no presentments to make, and were discharged. Fletcher and Thompson, judges. The names of Oliver Hawkins, E. W. Morgan and George W. Jewit appear as attorneys, but they were all residents of Ann Arbor. In 1833 Mr. Champion opened a tailor shop in Jacksonburgh, and was the first of his trade to establish himself here. Village lots advertised for taxes for the year 1833, in the names of the following persons: John L. Moore, Hopkins, John Mickam, Joab Page. In 1834 the following in addition: Christian Prusia, Elijah Caniff.

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