Complaint, Alphonso Green to John C. Bennett, 2 April 1842 [State of Illinois v. Thompson]

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Mayor’s office, City of , Ill., April 2nd AD. 1842.
Personally appeared before me, , Mayor of said , Alphonso Green, who being duly sworn according to law, deposeth and saith, that on or about the 31st of March, & the 1st & 2nd of April, 1842, there was stolen from his premises, and near thereto, <in said > a quantity of shakes or clapboards, and rails, and that belonging to said Green, & , and that he verily believes one Julius Thompson to be the thief, & further this deponent saith not.
Alphonso Green.
Sworn to, & subscribed it day & year above written—
, Mayor [p. [1]]
Mayor’s office, City of , Ill., April 2nd AD. 1842.
Personally appeared before me, , Mayor of said , Alphonso Green, who being duly sworn according to law, deposeth and saith, that on or about the 31st of March, & the 1st & 2nd of April, 1842, there was stolen from his premises, and near thereto, in said a quantity of shakes or clapboards, and rails, and belonging to said Green, & , and that he verily believes one Julius Thompson to be the thief, & further this deponent saith not.
Alphonso Green.
Sworn to, & subscribed it day & year above written—
, Mayor [p. [1]]
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