William Clark v. Louis Brazeau Jr. and Auguste Brazeau
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aforesaid, according to their Lord right
or rights in there to;â the said
defendants further say that the said lot, or parcel,
of in the said plaintiffs declaration,
mentioned was a town and village lot situated,
by and being, in the town of StSt Louis, LouisSt Louis and a village lot, in the said village, of st, Louis in the said County ofCounty of St Louis StCounty of St Louis, LouisCounty of St Louis in the
Territory, of MissouriMissouri on and prior, to the aforesaid
this tenth, day of June, in the year of eighteen hundred
and twelve aforesaid, and one,LouisLouis Brazeau Junior Brazeau JuniorLouis Brazeau Junior , was then and there an in of said
town on and prior, to the aforesaid
day of December, in the year of one thousand,
eight hundred and three aforesaid, and the
said the thirteenth day of December one thousand eight hundred and three and for a long
space of time before that day to wit, for
the period of twenty three years prior, to the
said twentieth day of December in the year of one thousand eight hundred and thirteen aforesaid at StSt Louis, LouisSt Louis aforesaid possessed,
by the said LouisLouis Brazeau Junior Brazeau JuniorLouis Brazeau Junior , who claimed,
the said Town and village lot, for the
whole period of time, aforesaid and was then,
and there, an inhabitant of the said town,
of StSt Louis, LouisSt Louis and for a long period of time
there after, towit until, the second day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen
during all which time he, the said,LouisLouis Brazeau Junior
BrazeauLouis Brazeau Junior possessed, the same town and
village lot, whereby and by and by
the aforesaid act of congress, the
right and claim, to the said town
and village lot became confined,