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Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: Daniel Stringer owed Ryder $300. Stringer asked Mitchell to secure his debt to Ryder by giving Ryder a bond for one lot in Springfield, Illinois. Once Stringer paid Mit... more

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: Daniel Stringer owed Ryder $300. Stringer asked Mitchell to secure his debt to Ryder by giving Ryder a bond for one lot in Springfield, Illinois. Once Stringer paid Mit... more

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: Daniel Stringer owed Ryder $300. Stringer asked Mitchell to secure his debt to Ryder by giving Ryder a bond for one lot in Springfield, Illinois. Once Stringer paid Mit... more

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Bill for Injunction in Ryder v. Stringer et al, [Law papers].

Appears to be in Lincoln's hand. Summary: Daniel Stringer owed Ryder $300. Stringer asked Mitchell to secure his debt to Ryder by giving Ryder a bond for one lot in Springfield, Illinois. Once Stringer paid Mit... more

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