Francisco Corella vs. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
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Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
Benjamin L.E. Bonmoville

action of debt
in the SaintCircuit Court
Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court Nov Term A.D. 1835

The Plaintiff aforesaid comes and files
according to the statute in such case
made and provided the following allegations
and interrogations against Peter PowellPeter Powell and
Joseph PowellJoseph Powell who have been summoned
as garnishes in this case, namely

1.said plaintiff alleges that at the time
the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
were summoned as garnishes in this
suit they were indebted to the said de
fendnat in the sum of two thousand
Dollars wares and
beaver, beavertraps fur and other matters
purchased by them of said defendant
before that time

2 That at the time said garnishees
aforesaid were summoned as such
they were indebted to the aforesaid
Defendant BenjaminBenjamin LL E Bonneville .EL E Bonneville .BonnevilleL E Bonneville
in the sum of two thousand Dollars
for land sold and conveyed, goods
wares and merchandize sold and de
livered & for notes bonds, accounts &
other choses in action assigned by
the said defendant aforesaid to the
said garnishees

3.Also that when said garnishees
were summoned as such as aforesaid
they had in their prossession custody or
charge, lands tenements money, goods

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wares and merchandize, fur and beaver
notes, bonds, bills and accounts belon
ging to said BenjaminBenjamin LL E Bonneville .EL E Bonneville .BonnevilleL E Bonneville
to a large amount and of
great value to wit of the value of
two thousand Dollars

4.Also that there has come to the hands
of said garnishees since they were so sum
moned as aforesaid money, goods, chat
tels, money, credits and effects of said
defendant aforesaid of great value
to wit of the value of two thousand
Dollars And the plaintiff aforesaid
prays that the said garnishees aforesaid may be compelled on their oaths
fully to the above alley and particularly
and specially the following interro
gatories

1. When summoned as garnishees
in this or
you, or you or either of you with
others indebted to said defendant
alone or to said defendant with
others for goods wares and merchan
dize,
fur, beaverbeavertraps and
other matters, purchased by you or either
of you or you or either of you with
others from above named defendant
alone or said Defendant with others
in the sum of two thousand Dollars
if not in the form how much did you or either
of you or you or either of you with
others owe him alone or him with
others?

2. summoned as garnishees as
aforesaid were not you at either