Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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On the within will, I have to grant, a against the
defendants JohnJohn Connolly ConnollyJohn Connolly and James FernonJames Fernon , the sum for which they
are required, to give give security, I fixed at two hundred and forty dollars
or one hundred and twenty dollars each, that they will abide, such
of the Court as may here after be made in their trust,
before writ, of it is that the Complainant
SamuelSamuel B Smith ,BSamuel B Smith SmithSamuel B Smith , in the office of the Clerk of the Court
a Bond with approved security, (I do approve of
and EphraimEphraim , Tour of StSt Louis, LouisSt Louis for said security,) in the final,
sum of two hundred and forty dollars to account, for any damage,
that may arise, to the Defendants ConnollyConnolly , and FernonFernon , in conveyance,
of the Issuing, of this writ of against them-

Come, at my near, near St. LouisSt LouisJune 7th 1817.

Silas BentSilas Bent ,