Indictment, circa 10 April 1839, Copy [State of Missouri v. Worthington et al.]

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State of Missouri)
County of )
In Circuit Court April Term Eighteen hundred and Thirtynine—
to wit—
The Grand Jurors for the State of for the Body of the County of aforesaid upon their oath present that James Worthington and , late of said County on the first day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Thirty Eight with force and Arms at the County of aforesaid, one Piece of Calico of the value of Ten dollars, one Piece of Muslin of the value of ten dollars, one Piece of Broad Cloth of the value of ten dollars, one Piece of Domestic of the value of ten dollars and one Saddle of the value of twenty dollars and one Bridle of the value of five dollars of the Goods and Chattels of one Patrick Linch, then and there being found, feloniously did Steal, take, and carry away against the form of the Statute in such case made and Provided and against the Peace and Dignity of the
J[ames] A Clark
Circuit Attorny
And the Jurors aforesaid upon their oath aforesaid do further Present that Joseph Smith Jr and late of said afterwards to wit— on the second day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Thirty Eight, with force and Arms at the County of aforesaid The Goods and Chattels aforesaid so as aforesaid feloniously Stolen, taken and carried away, feloniously did Receive and have [p. [1]]
State of Missouri)
County of )
In Circuit Court April Term Eighteen hundred and Thirtynine—
to wit—
The Grand Jurors for the State of for the Body of the County of aforesaid upon their oath present that James Worthington and , late of said County on the first day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Thirty Eight with force and Arms at the County of aforesaid, one Piece of Calico of the value of Ten dollars, one Piece of Muslin of the value of ten dollars, one Piece of Broad Cloth of the value of ten dollars, one Piece of Domestic of the value of ten dollars and one Saddle of the value of twenty dollars and one Bridle of the value of five dollars of the Goods and Chattels of one Patrick Linch, then and there being found, feloniously did Steal, take, and carry away against the form of the Statute in such case made and Provided and against the Peace and Dignity of the
James A Clark
Circuit Attorny
And the Jurors aforesaid upon their oath aforesaid do further Present that Joseph Smith Jr and late of said afterwards to wit— on the second day of October in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and Thirty Eight, with force and Arms at the County of aforesaid The Goods and Chattels aforesaid so as aforesaid feloniously Stolen, taken and carried away, feloniously did Receive and have [p. [1]]
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