Docket Entry, Judgment, 6 June 1837 [Kelley v. Rigdon, Smith & Cowdery]

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Hezekiah Kelley)
166. vs.) Case—
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By mutual agreement the issue of fact is submitted to the decision of the Court, and the Court having heard the evidence adduced do find that the def[endan]ts did assume & promise in manner & form as the pl[ainti]ff. hath alledged, and assessed the plffs. damages to two thousand & eighty three dollars & forty seven cents & also his costs. It is therefore considered that the plff recover of the defts his damages aforesaid so assessed & also his costs— [p. 193]
Hezekiah Kelley)
166. vs.) Case—
)
By mutual agreement the issue of fact is submitted to the decision of the Court, and the Court having heard the evidence adduced do find that the defendants did assume & promise in manner & form as the plaintiff. hath alledged, and assessed the plffs. damages to two thousand & eighty three dollars & forty seven cents It is therefore considered that the plff recover of the defts his damages aforesaid so assessed & also his costs— [p. 193]
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