Affidavit from Joseph H. Jackson, 21 June 1844, John McEwan Second Copy

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State of Illinois)
City of )
on the 21st. day of June 1844 came before me Clerk of the Mayors Court for said and after being duly Sworn deposeth and said sai<​th​> that on the 19th. day of June inst. at his residence near Pilot Grove in the afternoon about twenty four persons fired about twenty six guns at him, and that the balls whistled close biy hs head, thus, this mob, of which John Mc.Kay was one, fired about one hundred Guns but not all at your affiant; thus <​and​> this <​that​> mob was very noisy, cursing and swearing that they would kill every damn’d mormon, and he saith no further.
Subscribed & Sworn to before me this 21st. day of June 1844.)
Clerk M C [p. [1]]
C
State of Illinois)
City of )
on the 21st. day of June 1844 came before me Clerk of the Mayors Court for said and after being duly Sworn deposeth and saith that on the 19th. day of June inst. at his residence near Pilot Grove in the afternoon about twenty four persons fired about twenty six guns at him, and that the balls whistled close biy hs head, thus, this mob, of which John Mc.Kay was one, fired about one hundred Guns but not all at your affiant; thus and this that mob was very noisy, cursing and swearing that they would kill every damn’d mormon, and he saith no further.
Subscribed & Sworn to before me this 21st. day of June 1844.)
Clerk M C [p. [1]]
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