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

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Yet the said Defendants have broken their said several promises in this behalf and have not regarded the same. and have not paid the said Plaintiff the said several sums of money though <​often​> demanded and requested by Plaintiff so to do— but to pay the same or any part thereof have hitherto refused and still do refuse to Plaintiff’s Damage as he says one hundred and fifty dollars and therefore he brings this suit—
[Guy C.] Sampson P. Q. [pro querente]
Copy of note sued on
April 16, 1841. sixty days after date I promise to pay Hugh J Sween[e]y or order the sum of fifty six dollars dols without defalcation or discount for value recd of by Steam Boat Na[u]voo Nov 16 1840 for Joseph Smith,
, master
 
No 124
Sweeney
vs
Smith et als—
 
Filed April 19th 1842
Clerk By M Avise D. C. [p. [2]]
Yet the said Defendants have broken their said several promises in this behalf and have not regarded the same. and have not paid the said Plaintiff the said several sums of money though often demanded and requested by Plaintiff so to do— but to pay the same or any part thereof have hitherto refused and still do refuse to Plaintiff’s Damage as he says one hundred and fifty dollars and therefore he brings this suit—
[Guy C.] Sampson P. Q. [pro querente]
Copy of note sued on
April 16, 1841. sixty days after date I promise to pay Hugh J Sweeney or order the sum of fifty six dols without defalcation or discount for value recd by Steam Boat Nauvoo Nov 16 1840 for Joseph Smith,
, master
 
No 124
Sweeney
vs
Smith et als—
 
Filed April 19th 1842
Clerk By M Avise D. C. [p. [2]]
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