Francisco Corella vs. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
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eight hundred and thirty two at the
county aforesaid. That he plaintiff
called for said monies at the coun
ting room of ReneRene Paul PaulRene Paul the agent
of Deft in St. LouisSt Louis, to wit in St. LouisSt Louis
in the county of Saint LouisSt Louis on the
third day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty five and frequently
before the said day last aforesaid
and demanded payment of the monies
aforesaid and that payment was
then and there refused to him, to
wit at the county aforesaid. And the
Deft hath not paid to the said plain
tiff the said sumoftwo hundred
and fifty Dollars as aforesaid as any
part thereof altho often requested so
to do, but on the contrary thereof to
wit in the fourth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five the
said sum of two hundred and fif
ty Dollars, together with a farther
large sum, to wit, the farther large
sum of fifty Dollars for interest
thereon, making together the sum
of three hundred Dollars became
and was and still is in arrear and
unpaid to the said plaintiff con
trary to the form and effect of the
said other sealed instrument of writing
aforesaid, to wit as the country aforesaid, which sum as any part thereof
the said defendant altho' often requested

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hath refused to Jury to the said plaintiff
contrary to the form an effect of the
said other sealed instrument of writing
aforesaid, to wit at the county aforesaid
which sum or any part thereof the said
Defendant altho' often requested hath
refused to pay to the said plaintiff
whereby and
by of the said last mentioned
sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath ac
crued to the said plaintiff to de
mand and have of and from the said
Defendant the sum of three hundred
Dollars parcel of the sum above
demended.

And whereas alas the said Defendant
afterwards to wit on the fourth day
ofSeptember in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
thiery five at the county aforesaid was indebted to the
said plaintiff in the further sum
of two hundred and fifty Dollars
lawful money of the united
States for the wages or salary of the
said plaintiff, before that time and
then due and payable from the
said Defendant to the said Plaintiff
for the service of the said plaintiff
by him before then done and per
formed as the hired servant of and
for the said Deft. and on his retainer
, and to be paid
by the said Defendant to the said plain
tiff when be the said defendant should be