Subpoena, 18 September 1843 [Niswanger v. Wight and Jett]

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State of Illinois) Ss. [scilicet]
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The People of the State of — To any Constab[le] of Said Greeting
To <​Jos. Smith <​Sen​> and Wilkinson Hewit​> Jacob Zundal [Zundel] you are hereby commanded to be and appear before me at my office in forthwith then and there to testify and the truth to Speak in a certain matter in controversy Wherein Wm Niswanger is Plaintiff and Hamilton Jett is Deft and This you are not to omit under the Penalty of the Law— Given under my hand & seal This 18th Day of Sepr. A D 1843
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State of Illinois) Ss. [scilicet]
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The People of the State of — To any Constable of Said Greeting
To Jos. Smith Sen and Wilkinson Hewit Jacob Zundal [Zundel] you are hereby commanded to be and appear before me at my office in forthwith then and there to testify and the truth to Speak in a certain matter in controversy Wherein Wm Niswanger is Plaintiff and Hamilton Jett is Deft and This you are not to omit under the Penalty of the Law— Given under my hand & seal This 18th Day of Sepr. A D 1843
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