Abraham Parker v. Manuel Lisa
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Abraham ParkerAbraham Parker
vs
Manuel LisaManuel Lisa adm
of GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard

March Term 1812-

Edward HempsteadEdward Hempstead agent and
attorney for the plaintiffs says that he is informed
by the plaintiff and believes that information from that
James StewartJames Stewart , John NicholasJohn Nicholas,, & JohnJohn Sullins SullinsJohn Sullins and
for him on the trial
of this can if an absence - John NicholasJohn Nicholas
& John Sullen on the of this
district & a Dedimus was obtained by him for taking
the deposition of Nicholas & Sullins, & Mo notices
given by the administration and the said Parker left
above three weeks prior to take the deposition of said
I said subpoenas for all the
in his cases & sums was
the for subpoena
nor been returned - as he can find that the sum cannot
In establishing by other witnesses as said Parker
him - then is grounds he believes
attendanceor depositions of said
witness can be procured the next term of
this court â

EEdward Hempstead . HempsteadEdward Hempstead

affirmed to in open
Court 5th March 1812

Thos F RiddickThomas F Riddick Clk