Quebec City Archives

Themis Database of Court Records

February 2, 1833

Piece #125511

Contenant #1960-01-357\144  

 

Dated 2nd day of February 1833

 

DEPOSITION

Of

Dennis Hogan

Versus

William John McNeill

 

Breaking Windows

For the Qr. Sessions

DISTRICT OF QUEBEC. Ss.

 

PERSONALLY appeared this second day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty three before me the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace, of and for the said District of Quebec, Dennis Hogan of the Parish of Valcartier, plasterer

 

Which said Dennis Hogan being duly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists of Almighty God, doth declare, depose, and say, as follows: - to wit, - that on Friday the first day of February now instant at the Parish of Valcartier aforesaid our William John McNeill violently, willfully and maliciously broke and destroyed thermal panes of glass in one of the windows of the dwelling house of this Deponent habitated at Valcartier aforesaid without provocation or cause, and against the Peace of Our Lord the King. Further the said Deponent saith not, and declared he cannot write or sign.

 

Sworn before me at the City of Quebec, on the day and year first above written, and the said Deponent above named bound over before me, to our Sovereign Lord the King, in the sum of twenty pounds currency, to prosecute, and to appear and give Evidence at the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace, to be holden at the City of Quebec, on the 22nd day of April next.

 

Signed: ???, J.P.

 

Transcribed by Audrey Henderson, August 2014