Affidavit, 4 May 1841 [Singley v. Rigdon]

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Whereas A suit is now pending <​in​> the circuit court of now sitting where Nicholas Singl[e]y is plantiff & the defendant the suit being brought on a note of hand the having subpeonied three witnesses and said witnesses will not as appears be able to get here till the [illegible] [4th?] day of the term the witnesses are Joseph Smith and all of in this and as the cannot safely go to trial without said witnesses Mr Smith particularly as he expects to prove by Mr Joseph Smith that the note on which the suit is brought was paid by him to said Nicholas Singly and that after payment had been made to said Singly that being dissatisfied with part of the money he got of his money in exchange for it from said Mr Smith. The also believes that he can prove by said that the note now in suit has been paid. He also bel expects to prove that by the circumstances in relation to an endosment on said [p. [1]] said note since the first payment of the note was made.
Subpoenies were regularly se[r]ved on those witnessis and they are <​not​> absent by the will nor consent of so the
Sworn to & subscribed before me this 4th May 1841
S. Otho Williams Clerk
 
Affidavit
Nicholas Singly vs
 
Filed May 4 1841
S. Otho Williams Clerk [p. [2]]

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    Certification in handwriting of S. Otho Williams.  

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    Docket and notation in handwriting of S. Otho Williams.