Hugh Richard v. Benjamin O'Fallen
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to allow and pay him for the time that he should
serve him the said BenjaminBenjamin as last aforesaid at
the rate and proportion of four hundred dollars
a year and the said HughHugh RichardsRichards in fact
saith that confiding in the said last mentioned, promise
and undertaking of him the said Benjanium he
did go a long with and serve the said BenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon
O FallonBenjamin O'Fallon in the capacity of clerk on certain
trading voyages up the river MississippiMississippi and its
tributary streams for a long time towit for
nine months towit at the county aforesaid the said BenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon ,
OBenjamin O'Fallon ,FallonBenjamin O'Fallon not regarding his said last men
tioned promise and undertaking would not and
did not allow and pay to the said HughHugh RichardsRichards
for the time he was, in the service of the said BenjaminBenjamin ,
as last aforesaid at the rate and propostion
of four hundred dollars a year nor hath
the said BenjaminBenjamin as yet paid the said HughHugh
any thing, therefor But so to do although
often requested hath hitherto wholly refused
and still doth refuse

And for that whereas also the said BenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon ,
O FallenBenjamin O'Fallon afterwards towit on the day
and year last aforesaid at the county aforesaid
in consideration that the said HughHugh RichardRichard
at the like special instance and request of
the said Benjanium would serve the said BenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon ,
O FallenBenjamin O'Fallon in the capacity of clerk during
and until the completion of a certain trading
voyage which the said BenjaminBenjamin was then
about making up the river MississippiMississippi, and