Samuel B. Smith vs. John Connelly and James Feron
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Seventy two cents the balance of an account herewith
shown marked exhibit { No 6 } of Defendants and
prayed to be accepted and taken as part of this answer.
two thirds, whereof he aught to account for to these defen,-
dants John ConnollyJohn Connolly , one of these defendants owes to the
company the sum of one hundred and nine dollars
seven cents as per an account thereof herewith also
shown and filed marked Exhibit {No 7} of defend-
ants. that the goods returned and brought down by
the complainant and Manson, from PrairiePrairie, du
and also the quantity of fur and other articles traded,
for by them are contained and specified, in the
invoice, and list thereof herewith, also shown and
filed, marked exhibit {no 8} of Defendants. and
that the said complainant, and Manson, had with
them about two thirds of the whole capital stock of goods
belonging to the company. That an invoice of goods
returned by John ConnollyJohn Connolly , and the furs, and other
articles by him traded, for and brought down the
river amounting, to the sum, of one thousand and
sixty eight dollars seventy eight and a half cents, will
be seen by an account thereof herewith filed and shown
marked Exhibit {no 9} of Defendants. that it was mu,-
tually, agreed on by and between the complainant and
these defendants on terms well known to the complai,