Letter from Henry Hugins, 17 June 1844

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I. T. [Iowa Territory] June 17, 1844
Dear Sir
I write to inform you that arrived here yesterday in safety & free from arrest. He desires through me to thank you for your kindness & attention to him while at .
I wrote from to apprise you that an effort was making to procure an indictment against the members of your Municipal Court for the part they acted in trying the Habeas Corpus petitions. Through the efforts of myself & that result was prevented & T. Johnson exposed. The boat is casting off & I must close. Dr. Dunlap will write to apprise you of the Laws proceedings here. You will hear from me again soon.
Yours Truly
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I. T. Iowa Territory June 17, 1844
Dear Sir
I write to inform you that arrived here yesterday in safety & free from arrest. He desires through me to thank you for your kindness & attention to him while at .
I wrote from to apprise you that an effort was making to procure an indictment against the members of your Municipal Court for the part they acted in trying the Habeas Corpus petitions. Through the efforts of myself & that result was prevented & T. Johnson exposed. The boat is casting off & I must close. Dr. Dunlap will write to apprise you of the Laws proceedings here. You will hear from me again soon.
Yours Truly
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