William Clark v. Auguste Brazeau and Louis Brazeau, Jr.
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the said planitiff claimed a verdict in his favor

The said planitiff also claimed a
verdict favor by virtue of prior possesion
and proved that fettrra since Antoine VincentAntoine Vincent
Bowl aforesaid guarried stone behind the set
he had enclosed John which said BouisBouis
lived the place where the qucarred mis or
of the ground mentioned in said petition
that five or six years since a slaughter house
has beines by louis senior under whom
the Defendants claim - on the premises in dispute
and now sued for - and that at the time
he said Louis Brayns buiet said Slaughter house it was the first & only time he had occupied
that Ground

The plaintiff also produced in evidence are
application by Louis Braeaux Senior to the Board of trustees of the Town
of St LouisSt Louis dated in September one thousand eight hundred and eight In leave to build a slaughter house on the lot adjoining the one he then
occupied: said application was made in value
of an ordinance forbidding slaughter houses except in
certain cases...