Coleman Duncan vs. Jonathan Duncan
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St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term 1832

Colman DuncanColman Duncan use of
ThomasThomas
vs.
JonathanJonathan Duncan DuncanJonathan Duncan

And the said plaintiff
by his attorney, says that the replication to the second
plea above & the matters therein contained are
sufficient in law for him said plaintiff to have
& maintain his said action against the defendant
in respect thereof wherefore he prays judgement & his
damages & c.

And said plaintiff says that his said replication
to the plea of said defendant by him thirdly above
pleaded & the matters therein contained are sufficient
in law for him said plaintiff to have & maintain
his said action thereof against said defendant
wherefore he prays judgnment & c.

And as to his (said plaintiffs) replication to
the defendants fourth plea above, said plaintiff
says that the same replication & the
matters therein contained in manner & form as
therein set forth are sufficient in law for him
said plaintiff to have & maintain his aforesaid
action against said defendant wherefore
he prays judgment & C.

J SpaldingJ Spalding
atty for plff

filed May 4th 1832

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