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Wednesday, November 10, 1841.+-

Petersburg, IL.

Trespass case, Potter v. Bell, is referred to three arbitrators whose award parties agree to accept. Arbitrators find that cause of dispute was "brown mare" which Bell stole from Potter, but which Potter has recovered. Potter is awarded one cent damages, Bell to pay costs. Urquhart and Rutledge represent plaintiff, Lincoln and Bachman defendant. Lincoln wins his two other cases.Record.

He writes receipt for $174.42 on back of execution in Short & Short v. Blankenship & Miller, as plaintiff's attorney. "Lincoln solicitor for Replyant" writes replication in Estep v. Wagoner et al.Photocopy.