United States v. John Johnston
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana,
District of St LouisSt Louis

In quarter session,November Term 1808

The grand Jurors, of the United StatesUnited States for the
Body of the District of St LouisSt Louis upon there oaths do present, that
Aqiulla Lowe William StWilliam St Clair ClairWilliam St Clair , and John JohnstonJohn Johnston all late
of the District of St LouisSt Louis on the third. day of September the year one thousand eight hundred and eight with force
and arms, at the township of in the District of
St LouisSt Louis and Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, one bay mare, of the value
of one hundred dollars lawful, money of the United StatesUnited States and
one Black mare of the value of one hundred dollars lawful,
money of the United StatesUnited States and one mare of the value
of fifty dollars lawful money of the United StatesUnited States and
one mare of the value of fifty dollars lawful
money of the United StatesUnited States, and one Bay of
the value, of ten dollars lawful money of the UnitedUnited States
StatesUnited States, and one Bay horse colt, of the value of ten
dollars lawful money of the United StatesUnited States, of the goods
and goods and chattels, and the property of one James RogersJames Rogers then and
there being, being, found in the district
feloniously, and Steal take, drive, lead, and carry away
the Stated in in said case, made and provided
and against the peace, and dignity, of the United StatesUnited States

John ScottJohn Scott Atty