I must make out this young woman's mittimus, and have her confined until the grand jury sit.'
He would not show us that, but caused a mittimus to be made, which mentioned that we "were to have had a meeting."
The mittimus was pronounced illegal and irregular, and Baxter procured a habeas corpus in the court of common pleas.
“Then,” said he, “I must commit you;” and ordered his clerk to make a mittimus.
Whilst one of the officers withdrew to make out a mittimus, the Professor asked one of the others if they had found Dr. Parkman.
He never once took his eyes off Palmer as he read the mittimus.
I called for a constable, and made a mittimus to send him to Newgate, thinking he would discover the truth.
The magistrate then directed his clerk to make out the mittimus.
With this mittimus he delivered us to the constables to convey us to Leicester jail.
Whereat that my mittimus must be made, and I sent to the gaol, there to lie till the quarter sessions.