Bank of Missouri v. William Clark
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said JamesJames did or would at the said time when the
said note was so presented and shown for payment
thereof as aforesaid or at any other time before or
afterwards pay the said sum of money therein
specified or any part thereof but wholly neglected
and refused so to do of all which said several
premises the said Clark afterwards to wit on the
day and year last aforesaid at the county afore
said had notice by means whereof the said Clark
then and there became liable to pay to the said
plaintiff the said sum of money in the said
note specified when he the said Clark should be
thereunto afterward requested and being so liable
he the said clark in consideration thereof afterwards
to wit on the day and year last aforesaid
at the county aforesaid, undertook and then and
there faithfully promised the said plaintiff to pay
them the said sum of money in the said note
there unto afterwards requested.

And whereas also the said William ClarkWilliam Clark afterwards
to wit on the first day of January in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and twenty six at
the county aforesaid, was indebted to the said plaintiff
in the further sum of eighteen hundred dollars
lawful money of the United StatesUnited States for so much
money by the said Clark before that time had
and received to and for the use of the said
plaintiff And being so indebted he the said
Clark in consideration thereof afterward to wit
on the day and year last aforesaid at the
county aforesaid undertook and then & there
faithfully promised the said plaintiff to pay