Affidavit from Joseph H. Jackson, 21 June 1844, John McEwan First Copy

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State of Illinois)
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one the 21st. day of June 1844 Came before me Clerk of the Mayors Court. And aften being duly Sworn deposeth and said <​saith​> that on Tuesday the 11th inst he was in and <​when​> while speaking of the destruction of the printing press said he was very sorry, for the proprietors had set up that press for the destruction of the , and that he meant to kill Joseph Smith and . and he saith no further.
Subscribed & Sworn to before me this 21st. day of June 1844.
Clerk M C [p. [1]]
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State of Illinois)
City of )
on the 21st. day of June 1844 Came before me Clerk of the Mayors Court. And aften being duly Sworn deposeth and saith that on Tuesday the 11th inst he was in when while speaking of the destruction of the printing press said he was very sorry, for the proprietors had set up that press for the destruction of the , and that he meant to kill Joseph Smith and . and he saith no further.
Subscribed & Sworn to before me this 21st. day of June 1844.
Clerk M C [p. [1]]
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