Francois Leclerc vs. Joseph Robideau
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In the St.Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
to October term 1818.

Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc by his attorney complains
of JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauJoseph Robideaux of a plea of trespass on
the case, for that whereas, the said JosephJoseph heretofore
to with, on the first day of July in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen at the county
aforesaid was indebted to the said FrancoisFrancois in the
sum of four hundred dollars lawful money of the
United StatesUnited States for buffaloe and beaver
fur, beaver traps, blankets, calico, looking
glasses, canoe, tent, leather, coarse linen, and
bacon, to the said JosephJoseph by the said FrancoisFrancois before that time sold and delivered, and at his
special interest and request; and being so
thereof and he the said JosephJoseph in consideration
thereof, after ends, to wit, on the day
and year last aforesaid at the county aforesaid
undertook and then and there faithfully
promised the said FrancoisFrancois to pay him
the said cast mentioned sum of money when
he the said JosephJoseph should be thought afterwards requested.

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and also for that whereas, afterwards, to
with, on the day and year last aforesaid, at
the county afousaid, in consideration that the
said Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc at the like special
instance and request of the said Jospeh had
before that time sold and delivered to him the
said JosephJoseph certain large quantities of goods,
wares and merchandizes, , furs
provisions, he the said JosephJoseph undertook &
then and there faithfully promised the said
FrancoisFrancois to pay him so much money as he
therefore reasonably deserved to have of the
said JosephJoseph when he the said JosephJoseph should
be afterwards requested. And the
said FrancoisFrancois avers that he therefore reason
ably deserved to have of the said JosephJoseph the
further sum of four hundred dollars, whereof
the said JosephJoseph afterwards, to with, on the
day and year last aforesaid at the county
aforesaid had noticed.