Enos Bardino vs. Thomas Smith
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SmithSmith was only prevented by the interference
of the persons then present that owing
to the violence of said SmithSmith and fear

ing for his life affiant stated that
he had taken said furs when as this affi
ant solemnly states the declaration
then by him made was wholly unfound
ed, he never having stolen the furs attended
to or any other property and that it was
only under the bodily pain which he
was suffering & the apprehension that said
SmithSmith would take his life which induced
him then to criminate himself this this af
fiant further saith that said SmithSmith
is a transient principally living at the
RockyRocky Mountains & the Indian Country
that he has not so far as affiant knows
or can harm any real or personally
property in this state that said SmithSmith
as he thinks will soon remove beyond
the jurisdiction of this court that he verily be
lieves unless he is held to bail in this
action affiant will not be able to
procure any redress for the grievances
complained of

EnosEnos

Sworn and subscribed before me this
10 Sept 1835


Louis

let the said Defendant Thomas SmithThomas Smith the be held
to bail in the sum of four hundred dollars
10th Sept 1835