Minutes, 17 August 1840

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did not know in a Court of Justice thereby perjuring himself in making the following statements, to wit,
1stly. That said Patten’s garden was on Mr Coleman’s Claim— 2ndly. That he never saw the garden. 3rdly That the damage done by destroying said garden did not amount to five dollars.
4thly That rails delivered were worth from one dollar to one dollar and a quarter and one dollar and a half: and—
5thly That every person in knew that Colemans had not relinquished his claim to the land on which said Patten’s garden was situated,
Fourthly. For being privy to taking my rails and destroying my garden.
Fifthly. For justifying for so doing & approving of the act or ’ conduct.
Sixthly For embezeling property to prevent the payment of ’ debts.
Seventhly For having made false statements about ’ pill nostrums, saying that they had had the effect in his family last fall and winter set forth by said, to wit: that he never failed of [p. 71]
did not know in a Court of Justice thereby perjuring himself in making the following statements, to wit,
1stly. That said Patten’s garden was on Mr Coleman’s Claim— 2ndly. That he never saw the garden. 3rdly That the damage done by destroying said garden did not amount to five dollars.
4thly That rails delivered were worth from one dollar to one dollar and a quarter and one dollar and a half: and—
5thly That every person in knew that Coleman had not relinquished his claim to the land on which said Patten’s garden was situated,
Fourthly. For being privy to taking my rails and destroying my garden.
Fifthly. For justifying for so doing & approving of the act or ’ conduct.
Sixthly For embezeling property to prevent the payment of ’ debts.
Seventhly For having made false statements about ’ pill nostrums, saying that they had had the effect in his family last fall and winter set forth by said, to wit: that he never failed of [p. 71]
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