John Campbell v. Thomas Hanly
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County of St LouisCircuit Court
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JohnJohn Campbell CampbellJohn Campbell by his attornies com=
plains of ThomasThomas Hanly HanlyThomas Hanly in a plea of trespass on
the case for that whereas the said defendant
on the ninth day of April eighteen hundred & eighteen at the county aforesaid was indebted
to the plaitniff in the sum of Two hundred and
Forty dollars for so much money before that
time had & received to and for the use of the
plaintiff and being so indebtedin considera
=tion therof the said defendant undertook &
then & there faithfully promise to pay the same
to the plaintiff on request

And also for that afterwards towit on the
ninth day of April eighteen hundred & nine teen at the County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis aforesaid he the
said defendant was indebted to the plaintiff
in the sum of One thousand dollars for
large quantities of furs & before that
time sold & delivered by the plaintiff to him said
defendant & at his special instance & request
and also for large quantities of goods
wares & merchandise before that time sold &
delivered to him said defendant & at his like
special instance &request, and also for the
like sum of money before that time paid
laid out & expanded by the plaintiff to &
for his said defendants use & benefit and at
his special instance request and also for
so much money before that time lent and
advanced by the plaintiff to him said
defendant & at his like instance & request
and

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and being so indebted in consideration thereof
the said defendant then & there undertook &
faithfully promised the plaintiff to pay to
him the aforesaid several sums of money
whenever afterwards he should be there
=unto requested

Nevertheless the said defendant
after requested hath not paid the
aforesaid several sums of money to the plain
tiff nor any part thereof but the same to
him to pay hath hitherto wholly refused &
still doth refuse to the damage of the
plaintiff one thousand Dollars &
Therefore he & by

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