John P. Cabanne and Antoine Chenier, merchants trading under the firm name of Cabanne and Chenier vs. Amable Steine, Executor for the Estate of Louis Beaudoin
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much in debt and entirely insolvent and
should the said judgment of three hundred
dollars be collected and paid over
to him; your orators in the event of
obtaining a Judgment against the said
BeaudoinBeaudoin , will be utterly unable to obtain any satisfaction thereof; but will
forced to submit to the loss of the said
three hundred dollars in addition to the
veryserious loss which they have already
sustained from the conduct of the said
BeaudoinBeaudoin : In consideration whereof and
in as much as your orators are entirely
remediless unless by the aid of this
Honorable Court, To the end therefore
that the said LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
may true full and perfect answer
make to all and singular the
matters and things herein before
set forth in as ample a manner as
if the same were here again repeated
and he thereunto interrogated. And
more particularly that the said LouisLouis Beaudoin
BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin may answer & . And that
in the event of your orators obtaining a
Judgment against the said BeaudoinBeaudoin
so much of it may be set off against
the Judgment of the said BeaudoinBeaudoin as
may be necessary to extinguish and
satisfy the same and that the Judgment of the said BeaudoinBeaudoin may be
perpetuallyenjoined; your orators
giving credit for the amount on the
Judgment to be obtained by them;

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of oration of others they believe the same to be true

Sworn to &subscribed this
day of September AD 1819before
me

J.VJ V Garnier . GarnierJ V Garnier JP
obtained
AntoineAntoine Chenier ChenierAntoine Chenier