Affidavit, 18 December 1843

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STATE OF ILLINOIS,)
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Personally appeared before me, , a justice of the peace for , Joseph Smith, who being duly sworn according to law, deposeth and saith, that one of said is guilty of a breach of the peace for this, that on or about the second instant, the said did use threatening language concerning your deponent as informed that said threatening language was made in the county of , and further this deponent saith not.
JOSEPH SMITH.
Subscribed and sworn to this 18th of Dec. A. D. 1843.
, J. P. [p. [2]]
STATE OF ILLINOIS,)
.)
Personally appeared before me, , a justice of the peace for , Joseph Smith, who being duly sworn according to law, deposeth and saith, that one of said is guilty of a breach of the peace for this, that on or about the second instant, the said did use threatening language concerning your deponent as informed that said threatening language was made in the county of , and further this deponent saith not.
JOSEPH SMITH.
Subscribed and sworn to this 18th of Dec. A. D. 1843.
, J. P. [p. [2]]
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