Affidavit, 26 August 1844 [C. A. Foster v. JS and Coolidge]
, Affidavit, before James M. Campbell, , McDonough Co., IL, 26 Aug. 1844, C. A. Foster v. JS and Coolidge (McDonough Co., IL, Circuit Court 1844); handwriting of ; certified by James M. Campbell, 26 Aug. 1844; docket by , [, McDonough Co., IL, 26 Aug. 1844]; notation by James M. Campbell, 26 Aug. 1844; two pages; McDonough County Circuit Court Files, Illinois Regional Archives Depository vault, Archives and Special Collections, Leslie F. Malpass Library, Western Illinois University, Macomb.
, the attorney for the defendants in the above entitled cause being duly sworn says that the Plaintiff in this cause is <as> believes unable to pay the costs of this suit and since the commence of this suit he said has become is so unsettled as to endanger the officers of this court with respect to their legal demands; and that said has no property on which an or fee Bill can be levied and that said has no permanent place of residence in this at this time