Summons, 28 October 1837 [Stannard v. Young and JS]

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The State of Ohio)
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To the of said Greeting.—
We command you that you summon and Joseph Smith Junior to appear forthwith before our Court of Common Pleas for said now sitting at the Court house in to answer unto Claudius Stan[n]ard in a plea of to his damage five hundred dollars as is said Herein fail not, but of this writ and your service make due return Witness Clerk of said Court at this 28th. day of October AD 1837 C[harles] H Foot Dep Clerk—
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Suit brot. on promissary note given by def[endan]ts to plaintiff for the sum of $235.50 dated October 11 1836. Also for goods sold and delivered amount appearing to be due $250—
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The State of Ohio)
I have executed this writ by copy on each defendant Nov 1. 1837 2d Sh[eri]ff. J A Tracy Deputy— [p. 585]


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