Michel Lacroix vs. Louis Tayon, Maurice Blondeau, and Bazile Proulx
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Cause and that on said final hearing the said injunction may be decreed
to he perpetual. We therefore in consideration of the premises, aforesaid, do
strictly enjoin and commandyou the said Louis TayonTayon and MauriceMaurice Blondeau, your counsellors attornies solicitors or agents, the said MichelMichael Lacroix having filed a bond with security as required by laws, you desist from proceeding any further in the suit at law so by you entitled against the said MichelMichael Lacroix in the said circuit court of the county of St. LouisSt Louisaforesaid until the hearing of this cause by our said SuperiorSuperior Court court sitting as a court of chancery.

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Witness the Honorable Alexander StuartAlexander Stuart Esquire presiding judge of our said court at St. LouisSt Louis this
thirteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventeen and of our Independence
the forty second

J. V. GarnierJ V Garnier

S. C. N. C.