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Transcript of Proceedings, 8 January 1842 [Boosinger v. O. Cowdery et al.]

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Yet the debt remains unpaid therefore he demands judgment for his debt and damages for the detention thereof together with costs
Atty to
A[sa] D Brasher, ageant for
Upon the filing of the aforesaid declaration the said filed on the same day an affidavit and bond for an attachment which are in the words and figures following to Wit
State of Missouri) Ss [scilicet]
County of )
Asa D. Brasher states that , Joseph Smith Jun and are justly endebted to in the sum of Two hundred dollars and interest from the 26 of May 1836. allowing all just credits and set offs and also he has good reason to believe that the said debtors are about fraudulently to remove or convey— or dispose of their property or effects so as to hinder or delay their creditors
A. D. Brasher
Subscribed and sworn to this 10th. day of Jany. 1839 before me a justice a Justice of the peace for
Justice of the peace [p. 2]
Yet the debt remains unpaid therefore he demands judgment for his debt and damages for the detention thereof together with costs
Atty to
Asa D Brasher, ageant for
Upon the filing of the aforesaid declaration the said filed on the same day an affidavit and bond for an attachment which are in the words and figures following to Wit
State of Missouri) Ss [scilicet]
County of )
Asa D. Brasher states that , Joseph Smith Jun and are justly endebted to in the sum of Two hundred dollars and interest from the 26 of May 1836. allowing all just credits and set offs and also he has good reason to believe that the said debtors are about fraudulently to remove or convey— or dispose of their property or effects so as to hinder or delay their creditors
A. D. Brasher
Subscribed and sworn to this 10th. day of Jany. 1839 before me a justice of the peace for
Justice of the peace [p. 2]
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