Declaration, circa 18 April 1842, Copy [Sweeney v. Miller et al.]

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State of Illinois)
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In the Circuit Court To the May Term A. D. 1842
, Joseph Smith, and were summoned to answer Hugh S. Sweeny [Hugh J. Sweeney] in a plea of and thereupon Plaintiff complains for that whereas heretofore to wit: on the 16th day of April A. D. 1841. at to wit at said County Defendants made their certain promissory note in writing of that date and thereby promised to pay to Plaintiff or his order the sum of Fifty six dollars Sixty days after that date without defalcation or discount for value received by Steam Boat Nauvoo November the 16th A. D. 1840. and then and there delivered said note to Plaintiff by reason of which promises and by force of the Statute in such cases made and provided the said Defendants then and there became liable to pay to said Plaintiff the sum of money in said note specified according to the tenor and effect of said note and being so liable Defend [p. [1]]
State of Illinois)
SS scilicet)
)
In the Circuit Court To the May Term A. D. 1842
, Joseph Smith, and were summoned to answer Hugh S. Sweeny [Hugh J. Sweeney] in a plea of and thereupon Plaintiff complains for that whereas heretofore to wit: on the 16th day of April A. D. 1841. at to wit at said County Defendants made their certain promissory note in writing of that date and thereby promised to pay to Plaintiff or his order the sum of Fifty six dollars Sixty days after that date without defalcation or discount for value received by Steam Boat Nauvoo November the 16th A. D. 1840. and then and there delivered said note to Plaintiff by reason of which promises and by force of the Statute in such cases made and provided the said Defendants then and there became liable to pay to said Plaintiff the sum of money in said note specified according to the tenor and effect of said note and being so liable Defend [p. [1]]
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