Affidavit, 24 June 1843 [JS v. Reynolds and Wilson–A]

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verily believes illegal and without competent authority of Law for the Same, and this deponent says that he is informed and verily believes it to be true that it is the intention of said defendants to convey this deponent to the State of , whereof wherefore and by reason whereof this deponent saith he is injured and hurt sustained damage and injury <​and that the same is in danger of being lost unless said defendants be held to bail​>— to the amount of and claims damages to the amounount of ten thousand dollars—
Joseph Smith
Subscribed and Sworn to)
before me this 24th day of)
June AD 1843)
Charles T. Chase Clerk Cir Courts [1/2 page blank] [p. [2]]
verily believes illegal and without competent authority of Law for the Same, and this deponent says that he is informed and verily believes it to be true that it is the intention of said defendants to convey this deponent to the State of , wherefore and by reason whereof this deponent saith he is injured and hurt sustained damage and injury and that the same is in danger of being lost unless said defendants be held to bail— and claims damages to the amounount of ten thousand dollars—
Joseph Smith
Subscribed and Sworn to)
before me this 24th day of)
June AD 1843)
Charles T. Chase Clerk Cir Courts [1/2 page blank] [p. [2]]
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