Demurrer, circa 28 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–B]

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State of Illinois)
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vs
Smith
In the Circuit Court
May Te[rm] AD 1844
And the said as to the said Pleas of the said Defendant by him secondly and thirdly above please [pleaded?] saith that the sum and the matte[r] and things therein contained in manner and for[m] as the same are above plea[d]ed and set forth are not sufficient in law to bar or preclude him the said from having or maintaining his aforesaid acti[o]ns thereof aganst the said Defendant and that the said is <​not​> bound by law to answer the same— and this he is ready to verify Wherefore he prays judgment and his damages by him sustained on occasi[o]n of the committing of the said grievances to be adjudged to him &c—
By his att[orne]y Highbee [Higbee] & Warren & [1/2 page blank] [p. [1]]
State of Illinois)
)
vs
Smith
In the Circuit Court
May Term AD 1844
And the said as to the said Pleas of the said Defendant by him secondly and thirdly above please pleaded saith that the sum and the matter and things therein contained in manner and form as the same are above pleaded and set forth are not sufficient in law to bar or preclude him the said from having or maintaining his aforesaid actions thereof aganst the said Defendant and that the said is not bound by law to answer the same— and this he is ready to verify Wherefore he prays judgment and his damages by him sustained on occasion of the committing of the said grievances to be adjudged to him &c—
By his attorney Highbee [Higbee] & Warren & [1/2 page blank] [p. [1]]
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