Warrant, 28 November 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. Hunter]

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State of Illinois)
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City of )
To the of said
Greeting Where as complaint has been made before me an Alderman of said by Joseph Smith against <​Thomas J​> B Hunter of said for a breach of an Ordinace of said entitled An ordinance concerning Vagrants idle and disorderly persons by makeing statements that Joseph— Smith was an imposter and a swindler and that the whole mormon concern was a swindle mashine which had attendancy to inger [injure] my reputation which is contrary to said ordinance You are therefore commanded to take the boddy of said <​Thomas J​> B Hunter and fetch him before the Municipal cort forth with and there of make due returns according to Law
Given under my hand this 28th day of Novr 1842
L.S.
Alderman of the City of
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State of Illinois)
&)
City of )
To the of said
Greeting Where as complaint has been made before me an Alderman of said by Joseph Smith against Thomas J Hunter of said for a breach of an Ordinace of said entitled An ordinance concerning Vagrants and disorderly persons by makeing statements that Joseph— Smith was an imposter and a swindler and that the whole mormon concern was a swindle mashine which had attendancy to inger [injure] my reputation which is contrary to said ordinance You are therefore commanded to take the boddy of said Thomas J Hunter and fetch him before the Municipal cort forth with and there of make due returns according to Law
Given under my hand this 28th day of Novr 1842
L.S.
Alderman of the City of
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