Criminal Procedures--Charges and Specifications (Civil and Criminal)

To make a formal statement saying that someone is accused of a crime. (Cambridge Dictionary)

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Letter from Louisiana Governor Thomas O. Moore to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 17, 1860
Letter from R. M. Gonnell to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; March 14, 1860
Letter from Theophilus Gaines to Ohio Governor William Dennison; March 30, 1860
Letter from Acting Governor of Kentucky Thomas P. Porter to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; May 3, 1860
Letter from Jane White to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 29, 1860
Letter from Tennessee Governor Isham G. Harris to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; April 2, 1860
Letter from Illinois Secretary of State O. M. Hatch to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 15, 1860
Letter from O. Metcalfe to Mississippi Governor John J. Pettus; June 4, 1860
Petition to Mississippi Governor Charles Clark; May 19, 1864
Letter from Z. C. Fairman to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; 1870
Letter from Judge Jehu Amaziah Orr to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; March 13, 1871
Letter from A. W. Dowling to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; March 16, 1871
Letter from A. D. McLindon to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn's private secretary H. F. Hewson; March 15, 1871
Letter from F. M. Price; March 1, 1871
Receipt from James F. Cunningham; March 9, 1871
Letter from Mayor William Price to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; September 29, 1871
Letter from H. Mask and O. Davis to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; April 19, 1871
Letter to Mississippi Governor James L. Alcorn; June 16, 1871
Receipt from Sheriff John D. Moore; January 1871
Legal document from state of Alabama to state of Mississippi; October 25, 1871
Extradition Request from Tennessee Governor W. G. Brownlow to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; December 9, 1868
Extradition Request from Louisiana Governor Henry C. Warmoth to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; January 1, 1869
Extradition Request from Ohio Governor Rutherford B. Hayes to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; July 28, 1869
Extradition Request from Tennessee Governor D. W. C. Senter to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; September 22, 1869
Extradition Request from Louisiana Governor Henry C. Warmoth to Mississippi Governor Adelbert Ames; August 29, 1869