George Liss v. John Boley
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For that where as one LouisLouis Revins RevinsLouis Revins
heretofore to wit on the eleventh day of December in the year eighteen hundred and nineteen at the county
aforesaid made his certain note on writing
commonly called a promissory note by which
said note he the said Revins then and
there promised to pay on or before the
last day of December in the year eighteen hundred and twenty two to the said John BoleyJohn Boley
or order the sum of five hundred
dollars. And the said John BoleyJohn Boley after
the making of the said note and before
the payment of the said sum of money
in the said note specified to wit on
the day and year aforesaid at the County
aforesaid endorsed the said note, by
which said endorsement he the said
BoleyBolly then and there ordered and
appointed the said sum of money
in the said note specified to be paid
to the said LissLiss . And the said LissLiss in fact saith that afterwards when
the said note became due and payable
to wit on the third day of January in the year eighteen hundred and twenty three. at the county aforesaid the said
note as endorsed as aforesaid was presented
and shown to the said Revins for payments
thereof and the said Revins was
then and there requested to pay the said
sum of money there in specified according
to the tenor and effect of the said note
and the said endorsement as made there
on as aforesaid. but that the said
Revins did not nor would at the said time
when the said note was so presented and
shown to him for payment there of as
aforesaid or at any time afterwards
pay the said sum of money there in
specified or any part thereof, but wholly
neglected and refused so to do, of all which
said several promises the said BoleyBolly afterwards
to wit on the day and year last aforesaid
at the County aforesaid had notice, by
means whereof the said BoleyBolly become
liable to pay to the said LissLiss the
said sum of money in the said note
specified when he the said BoleyBolly
should be thereunto afterwards requested
and being so liable he the said BoleyBolly