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Statement of Expenses to Thomas King, 30 September 1841

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September 30th 1841
The of
The following is a statement of my expenses, costs and liabilities, consequent upon my arrest and trial while in your custody
to wit:— in June last
To Amount of fees to Esquires , & Co 250.—
Little, Williams, Walker & 100—
7 Days for self, Horse and Carriage $5— 35—
Money expended during that time— —consequent upon the arrest— 60—
12 Witnesses, to wit: , , , , , , , and , four days each, their time carriages & horses & expenses— at $5. ea. Day— 240—
$685.—
Dear Sir, you will please take such measures as to put me in possession of the above amount which is justly due me as above Stated, to say nothing of false imprisonment— Would have been presented earlier but for the sickness & death of my Clk. Receive my respects &c—
Joseph Smith
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September 30th 1841
The of
The following is a statement of my expenses, costs and liabilities, consequent upon my arrest and trial while in your custody
to wit:— in June last
To Amount of fees to Esquires , & Co 250.—
Little, Williams, Walker & 100—
7 Days for self, Horse and Carriage $5— 35—
Money expended during that time— —consequent upon the arrest— 60—
12 Witnesses, to wit: , , , , , , , and , four days each, their time carriages & horses & expenses— at $5. ea. Day— 240—
$685.—
Dear Sir, you will please take such measures as to put me in possession of the above amount which is justly due me as above Stated, to say nothing of false imprisonment— Would have been presented earlier but for the sickness & death of my Clk. Receive my respects &c—
Joseph Smith
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