Bill of Particulars, circa 2 March 1843 [Dana v. Brink]
, , IL, ca. 2 Mar. 1843, Dana v. Brink (Hancock Co., IL, Circuit Court 1844); handwriting of ; docket by , [, IL], [ca. 2 Mar. 1843]; docket and notation by , [, Hancock Co., IL], [ca. 5 Oct. 1843]; two pages; Hancock County Courthouse, Carthage, IL; microfilm at FHL.
This action is brought to recover damages sustained by the by reason of the failing to perform the his undertakings, as physician, in a usual and Skilful manner; which he had undertaken, by his employment and engagement in attending to as such physician the of the in the City of in this year 1842, to do.
Also for damages Sustained from the malfeasance and misfeasance of the in the treatment of ’s while employed as physician by the to attend his said at in 1842, contrary the ’s undertaking as such physician, by reason of which bad acts and treatment of the to ’s said , in the primeses, ’s said is greatly injured in her health and put to lasting pain and Suffering; and the has thereby lost the Services, Company and Comfort of his said , Since said bad treatment of and been put to pain, trouble, and expense & anxiety not only from the present loss <of> his said ’s health, but also from well grounded apprehensions of the fatal consequences of the injury done to his said by said , in the premises, to his damage——