Francisco Corella vs. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
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FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville

Saint Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term AD 1836

State of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis ss

Joseph PowellJoseph Powell summoned
as Garnishee with Peter PowellPeter Powell to answer allegations
and interrogations in the above entitled cause according
to & by virtue of the Statute in such case made & provided first
being duly sworn, for answer, makes the following statements
on oath:

For answer to the first allegation; he says that at
the time the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell were summoned
as Garnishees in this suit they were not indebted to the said
defendant BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville in the sum of two thousand
dollars for goods wares and merchandise, beaver, beaver-traps,
fur or other matters purchased by them of said defendant
before that time.

For answer to the second allegation; he says, that at the time
said Garnishees aforesaid were summoned as such they were not
indebted to the aforesaid defendant BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville
in the sum of two thousand dollars for land sold and conveyed,
goods wares and merchandise sold & delivered or for notes, bonds
accounts or other chases in Action assigned by the defendant
aforesaid to the said Garnishees.

For answer to the third allegation he says that when said Gar-
nishees were summoned as such as aforesaid, they had not in
their possession, custody or charge, lands, tenements, money, goods
wares and merchandise, fur & beaver, notes, bonds, bills and
accounts belonging to said BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville , to a
large amount & of great value to wit of the value of two
thousand dollars

For answer to the fourth Allegation; he says, that there
had not come to the hands of said Garnishees since they were
so summoned as aforesaid, moneys, goods, chattets, credits and
effects of said Defendant aforesaid of great value to wit of the
value of two thousand dollars: And the above named JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell according to the tenour of the said Plaintiff's prayer makes
the above statements under oath in answer to the allegations
filed & exhibited in the above entitled such and for answer to the
several Interrogations which the said plaintiff prays the said
Garnishees aforesaid may be compelled on their oaths fully to answer
the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell makes the following further statements under

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oath. For answer to the first Interrogatory; he says, when sum
moned as Garnishees in this suit neither was he the said JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell nor was either
of them as far as he knows indebted to the saw Defendant alone or to the said defendant with others;
neither was he the saw Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor was either
of them as far as he knows indebted
to the said Defendant alone or to the said defendant with others
neither was he the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor was either of them as far as he knows with others indebted to the said Defendant alone or with others, for goods, wares and merchandise, fur beaver, beaver, traps, or other matters purchased by him
or them or as far as he knows either of them, or him or them or as far as
he knows either of them with others from the above named defendant
alone or said Defendant with others in the sum of two thousand dollars
nor did he or they or as far as he knows, either of them alone or
with others owe the said defendant alone or with others any sum
or amount whatsoever.

For answer to the second Interrogatory; he says, that when
summoned as Garnishees as aforesaid, neither was he the said JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , nor were they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far as he knows
was either of them alone or with others indebted to the said Defendant, or
to the said defendant with others as stated in the said plaintiffs second
allegation nor in any other manner or way nor by any other means,
was he or they or as far as he knows either of them indebted alone or with
others to the said defendant alone or with others in any sum or amount
whatsoever.

For answer to the third Interrogatory; he says, that when summoned
as such Garnishees as aforesaid, neither was he the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
nor were they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far as he knows
was either of them indebted alone or with others (indebted) to the above
defendant oor to the above defendant with others; that neither had
the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell
nor, as far as he knows, either of them alone or with others in
the possession, custody or charge of him the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell or
them the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell or as far as he knows either
of them alone or with others, the lands, property and effects of said
defendant or of said defendant with others as mentioned in the plain
tiff's Fourth Allegation. And the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell satates, that,
neither had he, nor the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far
he knows either of them then alone or with others any property or effects in
the possession, custody or charge of him, them, or, as far as he knows,
either of them, alone or with others, belonging to the said defendant
or to the said defendant with others.

For Answer to the Fourth Interrogatory he says that there has not
come into the possession, custody or charge of him the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
or them the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, or as far as he knows either
of them alone or with others since they were summoned as such Garnishees, goods, chattels, credits, moneys and effects of said defendant or