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Complaint, 1827.

Author: Richard Rand
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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States that Peter Jefferson, a transient, assaulted Mary Ann Darby and an Afro-American woman, Almira, both of Middletown, Conn.; includes summons to arrest Peter Jefferson and receipt from John Barnes, constable, for fees involved.
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Named Person: Peter Jefferson; Mary Ann Darby; Almira Achonch; John Barnes
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Rand
OCLC Number: 43707971
Notes: Holograph in several hands, signed.
Description: 3 p. ; 31 x 20 cm.

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States that Peter Jefferson, a transient, assaulted Mary Ann Darby and an Afro-American woman, Almira, both of Middletown, Conn.; includes summons to arrest Peter Jefferson and receipt from John Barnes, constable, for fees involved.

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