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Moore v. The First Precinct in Rochester
Plymouth County Court of Common Pleas
April 8, 1794
Location of original: Massachusetts State Archive, Boston, Massachusetts
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the Sum of three hundred pounds ---- The Parties appeared, And the Said Inhabitants of said Precinct (by Elisha Ruggles and George B. Nye their Agents for this purpose duly appointed) come and defend &c., when &c. , and say they never assumed upon themselves in manner and form as the Plaintiff in his Writ and Declaration has declared against them, and thereof Just &c. --

And the Plaintiff likewise, by John Davis Esqr his Attorney -- After a full hearing of the Parties the cause was committed to the Jury, who leaving sworn to try the same, returned their verdict therein upon their oaths, in the Words following vizt, "The Jurors find that the defendants never assumed in manner and form as the Plaintiff has declared against them in his Writ."
It is therefore considered by the Court that the said Inhabitants of said Precinct recover against the said Jonathan Moore Costs of Suit taxed at

 From which Judgment the Plaintiff (by his said Attorney) appointed to the next Supreme Judicial Court to be held for this County and Recognized with sentence as the Law directs for prosecuting his appeal with speed

Above Copy as appears of Records --

[WH] Josiah Cotton Elery
Judgement of Court
in the Action of
Moore of Rochester
first Precinct
Judical Archives, Suffolk Files Collection, Moore v. the First Precinct of ochester, MA, Courtesy of Massachusetts Archives

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