Peter Primm vs. John Lane, James Mackey, John Bolly, and Jeduthan Kendal
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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis
In Chancery
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The UnitedUnited States StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to JeduthanJeduthan Kendal KendalJeduthan Kendal , JamesJames Mackey
MackeyJames Mackey , JohnJohn W Thompson Bolly, JohnJohn Lane LaneJohn Lane , John WJohn W Thompson ThompsonJohn W Thompson
Sheriff of the county of St. LouisSt Louis and MarieMarie P LeducP Leduc
Clerk of the Circuit CourtCircuit Court for the said county
theircounsellorsattorneyssolicitorsor Agents
Greeting.

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Whereas It has been represented to our Judgesof oursuperiorcourt of our
Territory of MissouriMissouri for the county of St. LouisSt Louis, sitting or a court of chancery
on the part of PeterPeter Primm Complainant, against you the said JeduthanJeduthan Kendal
KendalJeduthan Kendal , James MackeyJames Mackey , John Bolly, JohnJohn Lane LaneJohn Lane , John Thompson and
MarieMarie P. LeducP Leduc of the county and Territoryaforesaid, , That on
or about the third day of March eighteen hundred and eleven he the said
complainant being on his part accidentally in company with you the said
John BollyJohn Bolly and you the said JohnJohn Lane LaneJohn Lane a certain conversation was had
between the said John BollyJohn Bolly and JohnJohn Lane LaneJohn Lane of a certain contract or
sale of a certain horse or seed whereupon the said BollyBolly offered
and proposed the said horse to said LaneLane , for sale and offered to take
for said horse, the sum of two hundred dollars, which the said LaneLane
agreed to give to said BollyBolly whereas in truthand goodconscience the
said Horse was not worthmore than sixty dollars, that it was agreed
between you the said BollyBolly Lane & LaneBolly Lane , that you the said LaneLane should
have the said horse for said sum but that beingvery poor and unable to
pay the said sum, you should use your best endeavors to procure him the
Complainant to becomebound with you in anobligation for the
payment of the said sum and that you also the said BollyBolly were to use
your endeavor to procure and induce him the complainant to execute to you
the said BollyBolly , an obligaiton or note as security for said LaneLane for the
payment of the said sum of money, which your said complainant
having refused to do and not being willing to execute the said Bond

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said JamesJames Mackey MackeyJames Mackey and by said MackeyMackey to said JeduthanJeduthan Kendal KendalJeduthan Kendal in the
said JamesJames and Jeduthan well know the manner in which the said note
had been obtained from the complainant, the said acquaintants being made
with that that no recourse should be had against you the said
two bestwitnesses - and further that some time in the month of March
last a suit was instilled against the complainant & said LaneLane in the
Circuit Court of the county of St. LouisSt Louis and a judgment obtained for the
sum of two hundred and forty dollars damages and nineteen dollars and twenty
three cents of said, for which an execution has beenfiled and is now in
the hands of you the said Sheriff to be executed and levied on the complainant
or his property and praying a writ of injunction to stay the proceedings
at law on the said judgment & execution - we therefore in consideration
of the previous do strictly enjoin and command you the said sheriff
to proceed any further on the execution as aforesaid and you the said
JeduthanJeduthan Kendal KendalJeduthan Kendal to take out an aliasexecutor on the judgment
aforesaid against me said complainant or you the said circuit
clerk in case of application to that effect, to issue another execution
against him the said complainant to carryinto effect the
judgment aforesaid, as aforesaid rendered against him
until our said court sitting as aforesaid, before our said judgesshall
have heard & decreed thereon - and after fail not at your peril

Witness the Honorable SilasSilas Bent BentSilas Bent Esquirepresidingjudge
of our said court at St. LouisSt Louis this 20th day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifteen and
of our independence the fortieth

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