Petition, 13 June 1844 [State of Illinois v. H. Smith et al. on Habeas Corpus]

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in our beautiful an peaceful and also to bring if possible a mob ruthless Mob into this for the hellish purpose of satiating their bloody thirsty feelings against the peacable citizens of
Your Petitioners further aver that they are not guilty of the charge prefered against them they are therefore anxious for a trial upon— said <​a writ of ​>to be issued by your honorable body— and your Petitioners will ever pray
Subs
Sworn to and Subscribed before this 13d day of Jun 1844 befor me
Clrk of Municpal C. C. [p. [2]]
in our beautiful an peaceful and also to bring if possible a ruthless Mob into this for the hellish purpose of satiating their blood thirsty feelings against the peacable citizens of
Your Petitioners further aver that they are not guilty of the charge prefered against them they are therefore anxious for a trial upon— a writ of to be issued by your honorable body— and your Petitioners will ever pray
Sworn to and Subscribed before this 13d day of Jun 1844 befor me
Clrk of Municpal C. C. [p. [2]]
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