Thomas James v. St. Louis Fur Company, et al.
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Defendants and for the said defendants, they the said
defendants inconsideration, thereof, afterwards, to writ
on the same day and year at the place and within the
Jurisdiction aforesaid, under and faithfully promised
the said Thomas JamesThomas James to pay him the said sum of
money when they should be thereto afterwards requested
and whereas afterwards to writ - on the same day and
year and at the place and within the Jurisdiction aforesaid,
in Consideration that the said Thomas JamesThomas James
at the Request of the said Defendant had before
that time done, performed, and other his Work
and Labour Care and Diligence in and about other the
of the said Defendants and for the said Defendants,
they the said Defendants then and there under
took and faith fully promised the said Thomas JamesThomas James
to pay him as much money as he therefore
deemed to have when they the said Defendant
should be there to afterwards requested and the said
Thomas JamesThomas James that he therefore reasonably
deserved to have of the said Defendants other five
Hundred Dollars like lawful money. to writ
at the place aforesaid and within the jurisdiction
aforesaid, whereof the said Defendants
afterwards, to writ - on the same day and year
aforesaid, there had Notice.

And whereas the said Defendants afterwards
writ on the same day and year at the place
and within the jurisdiction last aforesaid were
indebted to the said Thomas JamesThomas James in the sum of
Five Hundred Dollars Current money as aforesaid,
for money by the saidThomas JamesThomas James before,
that time laid out and for the said

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Defendants, at their and request
and for other money before that time had and
by the said Defendants to the uses of the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James and for other money by the said Thomas JamesThomas James
before then lent and advanced to the said Defendant
at their like instance and request and being so
indebted the Defendants in Consideration thereof
afterwards on the same day and year at
the place and within the jurisdiction aforesaid,
undertook and there then faithfully promised
to pay the said plaintiff said sum of money last
mentioned when they should thereto be aforesaid
requested yet the said Defendants although
often requested have not paid the sums of
money aforesaid or any part thereof to the said Thomas JamesThomas James
but to pay the same or any part thereof to the
said Thomas JamesThomas James have
and still refuses to the Damage of the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James of Seven Hundred and fifty Dollars, and
therefore he brings suit by

R. Easton his attorney