John Campbell v. Thomas Hanly
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State ofIllinois IllinoisIllinois
MadisonMadison County


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Personally appeared before the
undersigned Benjamin Spencer a Justice
of the peace in and for said county in
conformity with dedimus issued out of the
Circuit Court of the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis in the
Territory of MissouriMissouri directed to any Judge or
Justice of the peace in the state of IllinoisIllinois to
take depositions in a certain suit now pending
in said Circuit CourtCircuit Court between JohnJohn Campbell CampbellJohn Campbell
plaintiff and Thomas HanlyThomas Hanly defendant on
behalf of the defendant ThomasThomas Lippin-
cott who being duly affirmed according to law
deposeth and saith That the said deponant
was in the employ of the said defendant as
clerk and book keeper on the twelfth day of September in the year eighteen hundred and eighteen, that on the said twelfth day of Sep-
tember a settlement of accounts between the
said plaintiff and the said defendant was
made in the books of the said defendant
that in the said account settled on the said
twelfth day of September there was and doth
now appear a credit given to the said plain
tiff for the payment of one hundred and
thirty five dollars which said credit or ac-
knowledgement of the receipt of the said sum
is under date of the ninth day of april in the year eighteen hudndred and eighteen afore
said and that in the said settlement of
accounts between the said plaintiff and the

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said defendants the said sum of One hun-
dred and thirty five dollars was allowed
and deducted besides other credits from
the amount charged to the said plain
tiff on the books of the said defendant, and
that the balance due from the said plain-
tiff to the said defendant on the said
twelfth day of September after deducting
the sum of one hundred and thirty five
dollars appears by the said books to have
been four thousand eight hundred and seven
ty seven dollars which said balance was
settled by a certain order on Stoughton Gantt
for sixteen hundred dollars, two other orders
on ThomasThomas Hempstead HempsteadThomas Hempstead together amounting to
the sum of sixteen hundred dollars and
by the note of the said plaintiff payable
as said deponent beleives, to the said de-
fendant for the sum of thirteen hundred
and twenty seven dollars, besides a keel
valued at the sum of three hundred and fifty
dollars which said several sums were
to the credit of the said plaintiff on the
books of the said defendant. Deponant
further states that he verily beleives an ar-
ticle
of dissolution whereby the said plaintiff
and the said defendant mutually agreed to
dissolve the partnership which had subsisted
between them, was entered into at the time
of the said settlement and that the said
settlement was agreed to by the said plain
tiff The said deponent further states that
that at the time said deponent went into
the employ of the said defendant, the notes
of the KentuckyKentucky Insurance Company could