Abraham Parker v. Manuel Lisa
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District of Saint LouisDistrict of Saint LouisSs..

AbrahamAbraham Parker ParkerAbraham Parker complains of
ManuelManuel Lisa LisaManuel Lisa , administrator of all and singular the
Goods, chattels, rights, interests, and credits of GeorgeGeorge Druillard
DruillardGeorge Druillard deceased for that whereas the said GeorgeGeorge ,
on the thirty first day of December, in the year, one thousand eight hundred and nine, at the District of Saint Genevieve
in the Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, To wit, at the District ofDistrict of Saint Louis
Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis and within the jurisdiction of this Court, in con-
sideration that the plaintiff would then and there sell and
deliver unto heir the said GeorgeGeorge , one certain Horse the
property of him the said plaintiff of the value of One
Hundred dollars, the said GeorgeGeorge then and there agreed to deliver
to the plaintiff a certaincolt of the same value in three
weeks from that time, or pay the plaintiff the sum of the
Hundred dollars: and the plaintiff avers that he did
then and there upon faith of said verbal agreement deliver
unto the said GeorgeGeorge the said Horse of the aforesaid
Yet the said GeorgeGeorge hath not delivered the said Colt
nor paid the plaintiff the said sum of One Hundred dollars
as he had agreed to do, whereby the said GeorgeGeorge there
afterwards to wit, on the thirtieth day of January in the said one thousand eight hundred & ten, to pay
to the plaintiff the said sum of one Hundred Dollars
and being then and there
thereof assumed upon himself and to
the plaintiff promised to pay him the said sum
of money on requestâ

And also that the said GeorgeGeorge in his life
to of StSt Louis LouisSt Louison the

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first day of November, in the year, one thousand eight hundred & nine, was to the plaintiff in one other
sum of one Hundred Dollars for 10 money by the
GeorgeGeorge had deceased before that time to and for
the use of the plaintiff in consideration whereof the said
GeorgeGeorge then and there assumed upon himself and to the plaintiff
promised to pay him the same sum of money on request.

Yet the said GeorgeGeorge in his life time,nor the said
moment since the decease of said GeorgeGeorge , although after thereto
requested, had refused of the said
the same sum of money to the plaintiff to pay, to his damages
Two Hundred Dollars. Wherefor &c

E Hempsted P. q.