Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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St LouisSt LouisMay 28th. 1817

It appearing to us the undersigned arbitrators, appointed
to settle the dispute existing between Fernon Connolly,,
and SmithSmith that there is a deficit of one thousand
seven hundred and sevety six dollars 326, which
appears to have arisen from the two third part of
the stock in trade of said firm which had been,
allotted to the management of FernonFernon , and SmithSmith
on a division of the goods for trading purposes
and as they have not exhibited to us any aid,
whatever of how this deficiency has occurred
We, award that each of those persons, individu-
ally stand charged by the firm with his individual half of said deficiency to say FernonFernon ,
shall be charged and held indebted to the firm
of Fernon, Connolly,, and SmithSmith in the just, &
full sum of Eight hundred and eighty eight
dollars 16cts and SmithSmith be charged and held
indebted to the said firm in a like sum of
Eight hundred and eighty eight dollars the ets
which several sums will produce the deficit
not accounted for. Given under our
hands and seals the day and date, above
written-

Signed

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E. Town

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