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William A. Barnes, Tuesday, August 11, 1863  (Affidavit; with supporting affidavit by John Chism, et al.)
Affidavit and Louisville Gazette notice of court case

Affidavit and Louisville Gazette notice of court case

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T. Valade, Sunday, May 03, 1863  (Affidavit)
James B. McLin, Wednesday, August 19, 1863  (Affidavit)
Eugene Gaus,  et al. to Unknown, November 1861  (Affidavit)
Hugh Rose to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1781, with Affidavit and Certificate
John Hickman, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
John W. Mattucks, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Christopher Divers, Tuesday, September 08, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by W. W. Cross)
Affidavit in Smith v. Campbell, [Law papers].
Affidavit in Young v. Littler, [Law papers].
Samuel H. White and Mary Ann White, Wednesday, August 31, 1864  (Affidavit)
Alexander Gross, June 15, 1786, Affidavit on Impressment and Imprisonment
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-hand penmanship by soldiers and sailors who lost their right arms during the Civil War. New York, 1866].

[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-...

1. Penmanship. Left-handed.; 3 items.; (2 copies of each).; Page Order: Pieces 1 and 2 are Leaflets. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page i... More

[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-hand penmanship by soldiers and sailors who lost their right arms during the Civil War. New York, 1866].

[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-...

1. Penmanship. Left-handed.; 3 items.; (2 copies of each).; Page Order: Pieces 1 and 2 are Leaflets. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page i... More

Charles L. Noggle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 12, 1862  (Affidavit)
Christian Haynes, Friday, September 18, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by James McClure)
Charles Ward, Thursday, September 10, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by James McClure)
Mary Sheffield, Thursday, April 28, 1864  (Affidavit concerning her husband; certified by Theodore F. Jackson and endorsed by Abraham Lincoln, May 2, 1864)
Samuel Harden, August 27, 1807, Affidavit
Elias H. Brodie, Thursday, April 21, 1864  (Affidavit; certified by Hiram Willey)
[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 18, 1851  (Affidavit for Continuance in case of Leroy L. Hill vs. William J. Bennett and Benjamin F. Maupin; signed by Hill)
George Wailes, Wednesday, June 29, 1864  (Affidavit; endorsed by Isidore McCormick)
James B. McLin, Wednesday, August 19, 1863  (Affidavit)
John Hickman, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
John C. Archibald, Wednesday, January 21, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by W. F. M. Arny)
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, June 14, 1860  (Affidavit in Conner v. Berry)
[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, November 16, 1852  (Affidavit for Continuance in case of William H. Markwell vs. George Howarth; signed by Lewis M. Clements)
Abijah J. Wellman, Saturday, June 28, 1862  (Affidavit)
Samuel H. White and Mary Ann White, Wednesday, August 31, 1864  (Affidavit)
George N. Castle, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, January 05, 1860  (Affidavit)
Affidavit of Isaac Shelby
A. Finch, November 10, 1832
George Wailes, Wednesday, June 29, 1864  (Affidavit; endorsed by Isidore McCormick)
William Jackson, February 5, 1833
Affidavit in Noland v. Evans, [Law papers].

Affidavit in Noland v. Evans, [Law papers].

Summary: Evans allegedly told others that Noland swore falsely as a witness in a lawsuit. Noland sued Evans in an action of slander and requested $500 in damages. Evans retained Lincoln and pleaded not guilty. ... More

William H. Finley, Tuesday, September 01, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by Samuel A. Lowe)
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, June 14, 1860  (Affidavit in Conner v. Berry)
E. S. Castle Jr., Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Affidavit in Mershon v. Oliver & Milner, [Law papers].

Affidavit in Mershon v. Oliver & Milner, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: In 1857, Mershon sold eighty acres of land to Oliver and Milner for $1,000. Oliver and Milner gave five promissory notes as payment, and Mershon sued after they failed ... More

Affidavit in Young v. Littler, [Law papers].
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, January 05, 1860  (Affidavit)
Charles L. Noggle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 12, 1862  (Affidavit)
John P. Boice, April 24, 1837. Affidavit, Estate of Conway Madison.

John P. Boice, April 24, 1837. Affidavit, Estate of Conway Madison.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

Harry W. Gourley, Tuesday, November 08, 1864  (Affidavit)
Lister Asquith, June 3, 1786, Affidavit for Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship); in French

Lister Asquith, June 3, 1786, Affidavit for Maritime Law Case; William...

Affidavit for Maritime Law Case; William & Catherine (ship); in French

Affidavit in People v. Kellogg, [Law papers].

Affidavit in People v. Kellogg, [Law papers].

Autograph document. Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: The state's attorney indicted Kellogg for forgery because he allegedly altered a document. Kellogg retained Lincoln and argued that he did not alter... More

Elias H. Brodie, Thursday, April 21, 1864  (Affidavit; certified by Hiram Willey)
[Abraham Lincoln], Tuesday, January 18, 1842  (Affidavit in case of George U. Miles and James P. McCoy vs. Daniel Miles; signed by George U. Miles and McCoy)
Hugh Rose to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1781, with Affidavit and Certificate
Oliver B. Powers, Tuesday, May 28, 1861  (Affidavit concerning remarks made by Lockwood Todd)
The following affidavit, is intended to shew with how little truth it hath been reported, in order to injure my reputation, that I have wronged Robert Atkins out of seventeen half crowns, that were due to him for wages. John Morin Scott ... [New

The following affidavit, is intended to shew with how little truth it ...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 103, Folder 11.

Affidavit in Ross et al. v. Humphrey, [Law papers].

Affidavit in Ross et al. v. Humphrey, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: Ross and others sued Humphrey in the JP court to recover a debt. Humphrey retained Lincoln and motioned for a change of venue to another JP. The JP granted the motion. ... More

Abijah J. Wellman, Saturday, June 28, 1862  (Affidavit)
G. S. Burnside, Monday, October 12, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
M. V. Beck, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit regarding military affairs in Missouri)
Comparison of Baptisimal Record and Age Certificate of Stanley Letuvinak (American name, Thomas Long). Born according to baptismal record May 10, 1897; date of birth given in age certificate was June 10, 1893, in order to make him 14 years of age. He was killed by falling from a breaker at Wanamie, Pa., when only 10 years of age. The Coroner's Jury, said in its report, "We find said company not responsible for the accident as they held affidavit from his father that he was 14 and the boy was away from his work when the accident occurred." (See also notes from Coroner's Docket, 1910 report of L.W. Hine.)  Location: [Pennsylvania]
Samuel Harden, August 27, 1807, Affidavit
Affidavit in A. Cameron & Co. v. Williams et al, [Law papers].

Affidavit in A. Cameron & Co. v. Williams et al, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: In 1840, A. Cameron and Company had received a $2,548.95 judgment against Williams, but the sheriff found no property upon which to execute the judgment. A. Cameron and... More

W. P. Hobson, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Elias H. Brodie, Thursday, April 21, 1864  (Affidavit; certified by Hiram Willey)
George Washington to Caleb Gibbs, December 1, 1783. Affidavit.

George Washington to Caleb Gibbs, December 1, 1783. Affidavit.

Transcripts, guides, and tools to help you use this collection may be found at http://www.loc.gov/collection/james-madison-papers/about-this-collection/.

William James, May 10, 1810
Cecilia Wailes, Wednesday, June 29, 1864  (Affidavit; certified by Isidore McCormick)
Thomas B. Biggers, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning guerilla activity in Missouri)
The following affidavit, is intended to shew with how little truth it hath been reported, in order to injure my reputation, that I have wronged Robert Atkins out of seventeen half crowns, that were due to him for wages. John Morin Scott ... [New

The following affidavit, is intended to shew with how little truth it ...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 103, Folder 11.

Henry Chotard, March 23, 1815
Martha C. Crawley, August 11, 1812
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, January 05, 1860  (Affidavit)
[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-hand penmanship by soldiers and sailors who lost their right arms during the Civil War. New York, 1866].

[Two leaflets and an affidavit from relating to an exhibition of left-...

1. Penmanship. Left-handed.; 3 items.; (2 copies of each).; Page Order: Pieces 1 and 2 are Leaflets. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page i... More

Charles L. Noggle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 12, 1862  (Affidavit)
Charles L. Noggle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 12, 1862  (Affidavit)
F. M. Wright, Wednesday, July 13, 1864  (Affidavit)
Thornton Smith, Saturday, January 28, 1865  (Affidavit)
John G. Sparkes, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Mary Sheffield, Thursday, April 28, 1864  (Affidavit concerning her husband; certified by Theodore F. Jackson and endorsed by Abraham Lincoln, May 2, 1864)
James Baker, Tuesday, September 17, 1861  (Affidavit; endorsed by Lincoln, Sept. 19, 1861 and Winfield Scott, Sept. 19, 1861)
Hugh Rose to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1781, with Affidavit and Certificate
Hugh Rose to Thomas Jefferson, September 26, 1781, with Affidavit and Certificate
Martin Armstrong to Robert Hays, September 9, 1785
William A. Barnes, Tuesday, August 11, 1863  (Affidavit; with supporting affidavit by John Chism, et al.)
Cecilia Wailes, Wednesday, June 29, 1864  (Affidavit; certified by Isidore McCormick)
Christopher Divers, Tuesday, September 08, 1863  (Affidavit; attested by W. W. Cross)
G. S. Burnside, Monday, October 12, 1863  (Affidavit concerning military affairs in Missouri)
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Fergus Penniston, Saturday, April 16, 1864  (Affidavit concerning cotton at New Orleans; certified by Michael Hahn)
Sebastian Caro, August 23, 1821
Sebastian Caro, August 23, 1821
Joseph A. Berry, Thursday, January 05, 1860  (Affidavit)
John Turvin to Thomas H. Benton, July 5, 1814
Charles L. Noggle to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, August 12, 1862  (Affidavit)
Henry Frasse, Saturday, October 10, 1863  (Affidavit concerning affairs in Missouri)
Gideon Granger, April 19, 1806, Affidavit on Negro Drivers
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