Letter, R. H. Gillet to Archibald Williams, 24 October 1849
R. H. Gillet, Letter, , to , , Adams Co., IL, 24 Oct. 1849; unidentified handwriting; docket and notations in unidentified handwriting; two pages; Case Files and Other Records Relating to Suits, 1791–1929, Records of the Solicitor of the Treasury, Record Group 206, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington DC.
Office of the Solicitor of the Treasury.
October 23. <24.> 1849
Yours of the 10th inst in relation to the Judgement in favor of the against Joseph Smith, deceased, is recieved. I have seen on the subject, who informs me that when <about the time> he was removed as District Attorney, he was prepared, to file a creditors Bill <in of Equity> founded on this Judgement & the return on the execution, to under which he expected to make large collections. He informs me that Smith bought, & paid for, considerable real estate, in & <also> in the vicinity of , & <that he> had deeds taken, sometimes to his , & sometimes to his children, & others. He thinks you can trace them out these lands by making proper inquiries. He says Smith [p. ]