United States v. John Johnston
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The United StatesUnited States
vs
John JohnstonJohn Johnston
AquillaAquilla Lowe, &
William St. Clair

In the Court of Quarter Sessions, for the
District of St. LouisSt Louis

Casius, on Indictment for horse stealing

Be it remembered, that on the 24th day of February 1809 before me the subcriber one of the judges of the
General Court for the Territory of LouisianaLouisiana personally appeared,
John JohnstonJohn Johnston one of the above named Defendants & acknowledged
himself to stand indebted to the United StatesUnited States in the sum of One
thousand Dollars & also Edward Johnston who likewise acknowledged
himself indebted to the said United StatesUnited States in another
sum of One thousand Dollar &c. upon this condition that
the said John JohnstonJohn Johnston shall be and, appear before the
Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions, for the District
of St. LouisSt Louis at St. LouisSt Louis on the first Monday of March next
to answer the aforesaid indictment & not to depart from
the said Court without leave there the aforesaid recognition,
to be void otherwise to remain, in full force and virtue,
acknowledged before me at the District of St.