Deposition, 26 February 1844 [City of Nauvoo v. Bostwick]

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on here,— and was taken sick last summer or winter.— & was sent for to lay hands on her.— and since that time she was a damned whore, that any man who would go there could be acommodated with whatever he wanted, that had known her from, a child and <​that she​> was a vitieous [virtuous] woman till the time that administe[re]d, to her.— and further saith not
I herby certify <​that was sworn by me​> that the foregoing Testimony was written by myself in presence of Council for both parties this 26 day of February, 1844— and that the is sick and unable to sign his name—,
— Recorder of the City of [p. [2]]
on here,— and was taken sick last summer or winter.— & was sent for to lay hands on her.— and since that time she was a damned whore, that any man who would go there could be acommodated with whatever he wanted, that had known her from, a child and that she was a vitieous [virtuous] woman till the time that administered, to her.— and further saith not
I herby certify that was sworn by me that the foregoing Testimony was written by myself in presence of Council for both parties this 26 day of February, 1844— and that the is sick and unable to sign his name—,
— Recorder of the City of [p. [2]]
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