Complaint from Robert Ivins, 16 December 1842 [City of Nauvoo v. Anderson et al.]

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State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
Person[al]ly appeared before Joseph Smith Mayer of said , Robert Ivans [Ivins] who being duly Sworn according to law deposes and says, that on or about the 15th. of Dec AD 1842 undecent conduct and behavior was used towards him contrary to an Ordanance of said entitled an ordenance Concer[n]ing Vagrants Idle and disorderly, persons in such cases made and provided; and deponent further says that a public meeting was disturbed and interrupted on or about the same time, Contrary to an ordenance of Said entitled “an ordanance in relation to public meetings, in such cases made and provided. All of which took place in the City of and state of ; and deponent further says that he believes that Bur Ande<r>son Edwin Cutler and Joseph Hamilton are gilty of the facts charged and further this deponant says not.
<Robert P Ivins>
Sworn <Affirmed> to and Subscribed before me this sixteenth day of Dec 1842
Joseph Smith L. S.
Meayar of said [p. [1]]
State of Illinois)
Hancock County)
City of )
Personally appeared before Joseph Smith Mayer of said , Robert Ivans [Ivins] who being duly Sworn according to law deposes and says, that on or about the 15th. of Dec AD 1842 undecent conduct and behavior was used towards him contrary to an Ordanance of said entitled an ordenance Concerning Vagrants Idle and disorderly, persons in such cases made and provided; and deponent further says that a public meeting was disturbed and interrupted on or about the same time, Contrary to an ordenance of Said entitled “an ordanance in relation to public meetings, in such cases made and provided. All of which took place in the City of and state of ; and deponent further says that he believes that Bur Anderson Edwin Cutler and Joseph Hamilton are gilty of the facts charged and further this deponant says not.
Robert P Ivins
Affirmed to and Subscribed before me this sixteenth day of Dec 1842
Joseph Smith L. S.
Meayar of said [p. [1]]
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