Docket Entry, circa 2 January 1838 [Bump v. S. Smith and JS]

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Joseph Smith Junr.)
Damages— 44.10
writ— .12 ½ x
Oath—— .04 x
—— .40
fees .47 ½ x
Action of debt on promissory note of which the following is a copy,
[“] Sept. 27th 1837 For Value received we jointly and severally promise to pay Ebenezer Jennings or Bearer forty three dollars sixty days after date with use
Joseph Smith Junr—”
Jany. 2d 1838 on oath of the issued a to Constable who returned the same endorsed ‘ corpus’ not found. fees taxed at——
Defendant confessed judgement on the above note to the amount forty four dollars and ten cents damages and one dollar & four cents costs of suit
J. P.
delivered to Jany. 2d 1838 returned January 22d <​endorsed.​> received in property thirty seven dollars and seventy six cents
April May 1st received $7.28 in full of the above <​Judgment​>)
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    Notations in handwriting of Warren A. Cowdery.  

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    Signature of Jacob Bump.