Isaac Steward and Willis Stewart vs. William Clark
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In the Circuit CourtCircuit Court
July Term 1831

St Louis County to writ

Isaac StewartIsaac Stewart and Willis StewartStewart
by GambleArchibald Gamble their attorney complain of WilliamWilliam Clark
ClarkWilliam Clark of a plea of trespass on the case for that
whereas heretofore to wit on the twentieth day of March in the year eighteen hundred and thirty
at LouisvilleLouisville to wit at the County aforesaid
the said William ClarkWilliam Clark made his promissory
note in writing bearing date the day and year
aforesaid and thereby then and there promised
thirty days after the date thereof to pay to Dan
iel Combs or order the sum of two hundred
and eighty one dollars and twenty nine cents
for value received and then and there delivered
the said promissory note to the said Combs and
the said DanielDaniel Combs to whom or to whose
order the said sum of money in the said prom-
issory note specified was to be paid, after the
making of the said note and before the payment
of the said sum of money therein specified to writ
on the nineteenth day of June in the year eighteen hundred and thirty at LouisvilleLouisville to writ at the
County aforesaid by his endorsement in writing
on the said promissory note assigned the same
for value received to the said plaintiffs by the
name and description of âJ & W Stewartâ and
then and there delivered the said note to the said
plaintiffs which said note and assignment are now in court showed of which said assignment he the said
Defendant afterwards to writ on the day and year
last aforesaid at the County aforesaid had notice
Nevertheless the said William ClarkWilliam Clark although

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often requested hath not paid the said sum of
money in the said promissory note specified either
to the said DanielDaniel Combs before the assignment as
made by him as aforesaid or to the said plain-
tiffs since the said assignment but to pay the
same hitherto hath and still doth altogether
refuse to the damage of the said plaintiffs
of five hundred dollars and therefore they sue &c

A R Gamble
atty for plffs