Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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Ephraim Town Being duly sworn on his oath SmithSmith that he was one of the aforesaid
arbitratory between the aforesaid_That prior to catering unto an examination or
integration of the to be hundred to by the said parties, they were

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[ Severelly ] sworn well and truly to arbitrate and a true award to bring but the did
parties that the same way alone with the frequence on the Said parties. that they the said
arbitration they went into an examination of the Matters aforesaid, received the
proofs of the said parties in the presence of the said parties and that the unanimously
agreed upon and bought a award between the Said Kenty; a copy whereof is on
the other side_ and further saith not
Sworn to & Subscribedthisfifth day of June 1817 between the hours of 9 of clock in
the fournoon at tweleve of clock at noon
of the said day be before me at any office

M. Palmer JP

E. Town