Affidavit from Joseph H. Jackson, 21 June 1844, John McEwan First Copy

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State of Illinois)
City of )
one the 21st. day of June 1844 Came before me Clerk of the Mayors Court. And aften being duly Sworn deposeth and said <​saith​> that on Tuesday the 11th inst he was in and <​when​> while speaking of the destruction of the printing press said he was very sorry, for the proprietors had set up that press for the destruction of the , and that he meant to kill Joseph Smith and . and he saith no further.
Subscribed & Sworn to before me this 21st. day of June 1844.
Clerk M C [p. [1]]
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affidavit
filed June 21st. 1844
 
June 21— 1844
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    Signature of Joseph H. Jackson.  

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    Signature of William W. Phelps.  

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    Docket in handwriting of John McEwan.  

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    Docket in handwriting of Thomas Bullock.