William Clark v. Thomas S. Tucker
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Know all men by these Presents, That we M. LewisM Lewis
Clark
as principal and George Maguire,
as security are held and
firmly bound unto Thomas S. Tucker
in the penal
sum of one thousand dollars, for
the payment of which well and truly to be made, we do hereby bind ourselves, and our
heirs, executers, and administrators, firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals,
and dated this twenty fifth day of April eighteen hundred and thirty= seven

The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that whereas William ClarkWilliam Clark has sued
out of the Office of the Clerk of St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court, a writ of attach

ment against the said Thomas S TuckerThomas S Tucker
returnable to next July Term of said Court, for the sum of five hun

dred and sixteen dollars and eighty seven cents.

Now, if the said William ClarkWilliam Clark
shall prosecute his suit with effect and without delay,
and shall pay all damages which may accure to the said Thomas S. Tucker
or any
garnishee, in consequence of the attachment, then this obligation to be void, otherwise
to remain in full force. Witness our hands and seals the day and year in this be

half above written.

M LewisM Lewis

Clark
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Gro Maguise

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