Benjamin O'Fallon and William Clark vs. William Chambers and James Sawyer
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twenty five hundred and tendollars, according
to the , true meaning article of
agreement: but on the contrarythere of said
Defendants thentherefailed & made default
in the performance of said agreement in the particular
last above mentioned, contrary to the and effect
of the said agreement, and of thesaid Covenant of the
said Defendants therein for that purpose in that
behalf contained as aforesaid; and in breach, and
in violationthere of town at the county afore
said:

And where as by a certain otherdeed
made concluded & agreed upon the saidtwenty
ninth of May in the year Eighteen hundred sixteen
town at Saint LouisSt Louis County aforesaid, between the
said plaintiffs of the one part, and thesaid Defendents
(which said deeds sealed with the respective seals
of them the said Defendants, & bearingboth the
day and year last aforesaid, the two plaintiffs now
bringhereintocourt ) the said Defendants
did covenant promise& agree to and withsaid
plaintiffs in the mannerfollowingthat is to
say the on the first day of February Eighteen hundred and seventy they said WilliamWilliam chambers

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and JamesJames Sawyer SawyerJames Sawyer promised & obligedthemselves
totake up an obligationgiven by saidBenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon
O'FallonBenjamin O'Fallon and WilliamWilliam to JohnJohn Sullivan SullivanJohn Sullivan as
Executor and administrator of SamuelSamuel Means for the
sum of twenty five hundred & tendollars
as by saiddeed, referencebeingtherein had
will appear

And the said plaintiffs in fact say
and over that they said William
Chambers & JamesJames Sawyer SawyerJames Sawyer have not nor either of
them performed or fulfilled the said last mentioned
covenant and agreement ontheir part and behalf
to be performedâ in this, that is to sayâ
that they said William Chambers and JamesJames Sawyer SawyerJames Sawyer did
not nordid either of themon the said last mentioned
first day of February in the year Eighteth hundred & twentyâ take up the said obligation given by
saidBenjaminBenjamin O'Fallon O'FallonBenjamin O'Fallon and WilliamWilliam Clark ClarkWilliam Clark to
said JohnJohn Sullivan SullivanJohn Sullivan as Executor & administrator of
said SamuelSamuel Meansfor the lastmentionedsum
of twenty five hundred & ten dollars according to
the tenor and effect of said last mentioneddeedâ
but on the contrarythere of said Defendants