William Clark v. Louis Brazeau Jr. and Auguste Brazeau
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contain forty five feet, and a half, foot
fronting, upon the principal street, which separates, the lot from, that on which Mr DavidDavid Delanney resides bounded, to the North, to that belonging,
to on the South, to and to
the East, on the MississippiMississippi, upon which there is a stone,
house of thirty eight feet, and a half, long upon
in depth whereby, the the
and to the paid lot, of ground, in the
declaration mentioned, and the village lot confirmed, to the said
vested absolutely in there the said defendants their heirs and assigns forevers, and this the
Said defendants, are ready, to verify wherefore,
they pray judgement, if the Said plaintiff aught,
to have, and maintain, his said action thereof,
above against them,

EastonEaston for Defendants,