Thomas Reynolds, Requisition, 22 July 1842, William Clayton Copy [Extradition of JS for Accessory to Assault]

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The of the State of to the of the State of Greeting:
Whereas, it appears by the annexed document, which is hereby certified as authentic, that one Joseph Smith is a fugitive from justice, charged with being accessary before the fact, to an assault with intent to kill, made by one on in this , and it is represented to the Executive Department of this , has fled to the State of :
Now, therefore I Governor of the said State of , by virtue of the authority in me vested by the Constitution and Laws of the , do by these presents demand the surrender and delivery of the said Joseph Smith to who is hereby appointed as the Agent to receive the said Joseph Smith on the part of this .
L. S.
In testimony whereof, I of the State of , have hereunto set my hand, and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of State of . Done at the City of Jefferson this 22nd. day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty two, of the Independance of the the Sixty-Seventh and of this the twenty third
By the Governor
Jas L. Minor
Secretary of State [p. [5]]
The of the State of to the of the State of Greeting:
Whereas, it appears by the annexed document, which is hereby certified as authentic, that one Joseph Smith is a fugitive from justice, charged with being accessary before the fact, to an assault with intent to kill, made by one on in this , and it is represented to the Executive Department of this , has fled to the State of :
Now, therefore I Governor of the said State of , by virtue of the authority in me vested by the Constitution and Laws of the , do by these presents demand the surrender and delivery of the said Joseph Smith to who is hereby appointed as the Agent to receive the said Joseph Smith on the part of this .
L. S.
In testimony whereof, I of the State of , have hereunto set my hand, and caused to be affixed the Great Seal of State of . Done at the City of Jefferson this 22nd. day of July in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and forty two, of the Independance of the the Sixty-Seventh and of this the twenty third
By the Governor
Jas L. Minor
Secretary of State [p. [5]]
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