Affidavit from William Loomis, 20 June 1844

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No. 11
State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
Personally appeared before me an acting Justice of the Peace <​Alderman​> in and for said <​City of ​> Wm. Loomis who being first duly sworn deposeth and saith that he has no hostile feelings towards the Citizens of the City of , that he has not communicated any intelligence to any of the Mob, nor has he taken any measures either directly or indirectly to aid or abet the Mob or any portion of the mob in prosecuting the War against the said Citizens of the City of , neither will he aid or abet the Mob in any manner whatever. So help me God
Wm Loomis
Subscribed and sworn to this twentieth day of June 1844
Sworn to before <​before me​> Ald of the City of [p. [1]]
No. 11
State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
Personally appeared before me an Alderman in and for said City of Wm. Loomis who being first duly sworn deposeth and saith that he has no hostile feelings towards the Citizens of the City of , that he has not communicated any intelligence to any of the Mob, nor has he taken any measures either directly or indirectly to aid or abet the Mob or any portion of the mob in prosecuting the War against the said Citizens of the City of , neither will he aid or abet the Mob in any manner whatever. So help me God
Wm Loomis
Subscribed and sworn to this twentieth day of June 1844
Sworn to before me Ald of the City of [p. [1]]
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