Affidavit, 1 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A]

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influence of the said Smith over the minds of the people of this , and this says that the said damage will be in danger of being lost and that the benefit of whatever judgement may be obtained for the speaking of said fals words will be in danger unless the said Joseph Smith be held to bail, this therefore prays a against the said defendant and that he be held to bail, in the said sum of $5000,00
Sworn to and subscribed before me this first day of May AD 1844.
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influence of the said Smith over the minds of the people of this , and this says that the said damage will be in danger of being lost and that the benefit of whatever judgement may be obtained for the speaking of said fals words will be in danger unless the said Joseph Smith be held to bail, this therefore prays a against the said defendant and that he be held to bail,
Sworn to and subscribed before me this first day of May AD 1844.
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By Depy) [2/3 page blank] [p. [2]]
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