Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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Know all men by these presents that the John Connelly as
and ThomasThomas Hanley and Baronet Varques or all of the Town of St. LouisSt Louis
in the Territory of MissouriMissouri, are held and firmly bound unto Saml BSamuel B Smith
SmithSamuel B Smith in the sum of five thousand dollars lawful money of the United StatesUnited States
to be paid to the saidSamuel B SmithSamuel B Smith his heirs- to which
payment well and truly to be made we bind ourselves our heirs executors
and administrators by these presents - sealed with our seals and
dated this twenty fourth day of September 1818. Where as a true Bounder John Connelly has obtained from the
Honorable AlexanderAlexander Stuart StuartAlexander Stuart one of the judges of the superior court of the
Territory of MissouriMissouri sitting as a court of chancery, in and for the northern
circuit , an over for an injunction to stay proceedings where
a certainrendered in the circuit court of the county of St LouisSt Louis
against him the said JohnJohn Connolly ConnollyJohn Connolly and a certain James FernonJames Fernon
in favor of the above named Samuel B SmithSamuel B Smith , now the condition of the
above obligations such that if the above bounder JohnJohn Connolly ConnollyJohn Connolly and JamesJames Fernon
FernonJames Fernon shall pay all money and costs due or to be due to the said SamuelSamuel B Smith B SmithSamuel B Smith and also, such costs and damages as shall be awarded against them
where the injunction aforsaid shall be disputedThen this obligation
to be to be and remain in full force and virtue.

John ConnollyJohn Connolly

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J.C. Parmer