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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Third Judicial District to wit:

The State of MissouriMissouri to the Sheriff of Louis County greeting

WhereasJohn PJohn P Cabanne .CabanneJohn P Cabanne & AntoineAntoine Chenier ChenierAntoine Chenier lately in our Superior CourtSuperior Court of Chancery
for the district aforesaid before the Chancellor thereof hath recovered against AmableAmable
Steineexecutor of LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin deceased the sum of Twenty Two Dollars and ninety five
cents for their costs in that suit expended as appears to us of Record - these are there
fore to command you that of the goods & chattles of the said LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin deceased remaining
in the hands of the said executor, and of the lands, tenements and hereditaments of the said
testator you cause to be made the said costs awarded as aforesaid And that you have the
same before the chancellor of our superior court of chancery aforesaid on the first monday of
Februarynext to render to the said CabanneCabanne Chenier & ChenierCabanne Chenier the said sum of Twenty Two
Dollars and ninety five cents, costs, as aforesaid - And that you certify to our said
chancellor you execute this writ, and have you then there this writ:

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In witness whereof David HolmesConrad clerk of our said Court hath
hereuntoaffixed his private seal (no seal of court being yet procured)
at office, StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis this fifteenth day of December in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and Twenty one and of the State the second

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