Writ, Jacob Hall to Daniel Potter
Scope and Contents
This Writ (1970-51-27), dated April 3, 1793, was sent to Daniel Potter, Justice of the Peace, by Jacob Hall requesting the arrest of the person who stole pork and flour from the cellar of his home in Watertown, Connecticut.
- Other: Majority of material found in April 3, 1793
- Other: Date acquired: 11/30/1969
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William L. Warren
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Purchased from Henry Swanson, Jr..
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