Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
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claim by and the said Duty'sDuty's Estate for the amount
in said judgment specified, after allowing
due credits for the amount of the notes
specified in the inventory in said transcript
of proceedings in the probate
court-and that said claim
against said estate in favor of the Planters
Bank was upon a judgment rendered
against him as administrator
of said Duty'sDuty's estate in the St. LouisSt Louis
Court of Common Pleas- that the evidence addressed in the trial was
by the court sufficient to cause a judg-
ment he rendered for the amount
specified in the said transcript from the
probate court- and this defendant
has no knowledge as to the
but this defendant believes that all of the claims above particularly mentioned, and debt other claims
allowed against the said estate are just and
and legal- And if the fact be otherwise
he requires the same to be proven
And this defendant further states that as to the
situation of the said notes due form persons residing in the
state of MississippiMississippi, and the efforts mad by him
to collect the same, that at the time of the death
of said Duty the notes held by him against the
said John and WilliamWilliam Henderson of Vicksburgh,
amounting to thirty two hundred and twenty seven
dollars and sixty seven cents had been placed
by said Duty in his lifetime in the hands of GuionGuion ,
and MarshallMarshall , attorney of law in Vicksburgh

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