Trial Report Draft, 12 May 1844 [F. M. Higbee v. JS–A on Habeas Corpus]

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that this suit was instituted through malice. private pique & corruption, <​which​> and ought not to be countenanced, & it is orderd by the court that said pay the costs of court.
[seal]
In Testimny wherof I have herunto set my hand <​& affixed said​> & seal of cout at the City of this 8th day of May 1844
Clerk
Two of Mr Smiths most important witnesses being out of the on during the <​the day of​> Trial, we subjoin their affidavit which are as follows
(Se[e] affidavits & s)
 
May 8 1844
 
For the Neighbor
Joseph Smith on Habeus Corpus.
 
½
14
3½=
17 ½ <​17.50​>
1.25
18.75 [p. [2]]
that this suit was instituted through malice. private pique & corruption, and ought not to be countenanced, & it is orderd by the court that said pay the costs .
[seal]
In Testimny wherof I have herunto set my hand & affixed said & seal of cout at the City of this 8th day of May 1844
Clerk
Two of Mr Smiths most important witnesses being out of the on the day of Trial, we subjoin their affidavit which are as follows
(See affidavits & s)
 
May 8 1844
 
For the Neighbor
Joseph Smith on Habeus Corpus.
 
½
14
3½=
17.50
1.25
18.75 [p. [2]]
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