Pleas, circa 22 May 1844 [Davis v. JS et al.]

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State of Illinois)
)
)
vs)
Joseph Smith)
) Circuit Court
) May Term 1844
and the said defendents by their come and defend the force and ingury when &c and say that they are not guilty of the said supposed Trespasses above laid to their charce [charge] or any or either of them or any part thereof in manner and form as the said hath above complained against them and of this they the said defendants put themselves &c
<​And the doth the like <​By​> & his attys​>
And for a further plea in this behalf the said defendants, by leave of the court, say that the said ought not further to have or maintain his aforesaid action thereof against them the said defendants &c because they say that the supposed trespasses were committed by the said defendants in <​the​> of a certain <​legal​> writ, of execution is issued uppon a Judegent [judgment] against said in the Municipal Court of the City of and the defendants further veriffy aver that that Joseph Smith and are aldermen and form a part of said court and that said judgment was rendered against said [p. [1]]
State of Illinois)
)
)
vs)
Joseph Smith)
) Circuit Court
) May Term 1844
and the said defendents by their come and defend the force and ingury when &c and say that they are not guilty of the said supposed Trespasses above laid to their charce [charge] or any or either of them or any part thereof in manner and form as the said hath above complained against them and of this they the said defendants put themselves &c
And the doth the like By & his attys
And for a further plea in this behalf the said defendants, by leave of the court, say that the said ought not further to have or maintain his aforesaid action thereof against them the said defendants &c because they say that the supposed trespasses were committed by the said defendants in the of a certain legal writ, of execution issued uppon a Judegent [judgment] against said in the Municipal Court of the City of and the defendants further aver that that Joseph Smith and are aldermen and form a part of said court and that said judgment was rendered against said [p. [1]]
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