Benjamin O'Fallon and William Clark vs. William Chambers and James Sawyer
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In the Circuit CourtCircuit Court , December Term 1820-

County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louisp =Benjamin O FallonBenjamin O'Fallon &
William ClarkWilliam Clark complain by HempsteadHempstead then
Attorney of William Chambers, and James SawyerJames Sawyer
of a plea of a breach of Covenant for that
whereas the said William Chambers and JamesJames Sawyer
SawyerJames Sawyer heretofore on the Twenty ninth
day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen,, at Saint LouisSt Louis in the
County aforesaid by their certain deed
then seals (and which is now
here to the Court shewn) the date where of
is the day and year above said they say Defendants
did thereby covenant, and promise and bind themselves
to take up, (thirty meaning to pay and exchange)

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on the first day of February in the year Eighteen hundred & twenty - and obligation given
by said Benjamin O FallonBenjamin O'Fallon William ClarkWilliam Clark
to SullivanSullivan intending as Executor and
administrator of SamuelSamuel for the sum
of twenty five hundred and ten Dollarsâ

And the said Benjamin O FallonBenjamin O'Fallon
and William ClarkWilliam Clark that after the
making of the aforesaid deed on the
said first day of February in the year last above
said, the said William Chambers and JamesJames Sawyer
SawyerJames Sawyer nor of them did take up (
on the day year last aforesaid) the aforesaid
obligation given by said Benjamin O FallonBenjamin O'Fallon
and WilliamWilliam clark to SullivanSullivan as Executor