Richard J. Wilkinson v. Isaac White
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State of MissouriMissouri County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

In the Circuit CourtCircuit Court March Term 1832

Richard JRichard J . WilkinsonWilkinson by his attor
ney complains of Isaac WhiteIsaac White of a plea of trespass
for that the said IssacIssac first day of March in the year One thousand eight hundered and thirty two
and on differ other days and times between that day
and the day of filing this declaration with force
and arms broke and entered divery to wit three
closer of the said plaintiff lying and being
in the township of St. LouisSt Louis in the County aforesaid
and then and there forced and broke open, broke to pieces
damaged and spoiled the fences, doors, and benches
of great value, to wit of the value of One hundred dollars
then standing and being in the said and then
and there trod down, trampled upon, Consumed and destroyed
the carrots, turnips and parsnips of the said plaintiff
of great value to wit of the value of One hundred
dollars there, then growing and being, and also then and
there tore up, and then and there seized, took, and car
ried
away the benches doors, turnips, carrots and parsnips
of the said plaintiff of great valued to writ of
the value of one hundred dollars off and from the
said closer and converted and disposed of them to his
own useand other wrongs to the said plaintiff then
and there did to the damage of the said Plain
tiff of three hundred dollars and therefore he
brings his suit

MagrinsMagrins
atty for Plantiff