System Number: 12157
Date: 14 July 1873
Author: Central Criminal Court
Repository: Library of Congress
Call Number: Manuscripts Division, Pennell-Whistler Collection, PWC 2/16
Document Type: PD/Ms
|CRIMINAL }||James Whistler|
BY VIRTUE OF A WARRANT FROM THE SHERIFF OF THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, TO ME DIRECTED, I SUMMON YOU TO BE AND APPEAR BEFORE HER MAJESTY'S JUDGES AND JUSTICES, AT THE CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, AT JUSTICE HALL, IN THE OLD BAILEY, IN THE SUBURBS OF THE CITY OF LONDON, ON MONDAY, THE 18 DAY OF August next AT HALF-PAST TEN OF THE CLOCK IN THE FORENOON PRECISELY, TO DO SUCH THINGS, WHICH ON THE PART OF OUR SOVEREIGN LADY THE QUEEN THEN AND THERE SHALL BE ENJOINED YOU. WHEREOF FAIL NOT, AS YOU WILL ANSWER THE CONTRARY AT YOUR PERIL.
DATED THE 14th DAY OF July 1873
118 Chancery Lane
N.B. - THE PRODUCTION OF THIS SUMMONS WILL FACILITATE YOUR ADMISSION INTO COURT.
NOTE. - THAT IF ANY JUROR SHALL NOT APPEAR PURSUANT TO HIS SUMMONS, THE COURT WILL ACT A FINE UPON HIM, UNLESS SOME REASONABLE EXCUSE SHALL BE PROVED BY OATH OR AFFIDAVIT, WHICH MUST BE SWORN IN COURT.
[p. 2] 'Jas. Whistler
2 Lindsey Row'
1. Central Criminal Court
This document was kept by James Anderson Rose (1819-1890), solicitor [more]. When JW did not attend the court, a fine was imposed (H. Avory to JW, 18 August 1873, #11973). J. A. Rose wrote to JW on 23 August (#05223) regarding an affidavit explaining that JW was an American citizen (#12155), which was to be sent to Henry Avory (ca 1825-d. 1881), Clerk of the Central Criminal Court.
'62' written in another hand in top left corner of p. 1.
3. H Slowman
Slowman or Showman, sheriff's officer.
'NOTE ... COURT' printed up left hand side.
5. Jas. Whistler
Remainder of text written in an unknown hand.