Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
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In the St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court in Chancery sitting:

Preston, Braxton et als.
Vs.
Geo. W. CoonsGeorge W Coons . adr. et als.

The replication of the
said complainants, to the separate answers of
George W. CoonsGeorge W Coons , administrator oc. of MiltonMilton Duty,
deceased, and Henry ChouteauHenry Chouteau , surviving partner
of the late firm of Reiley & ChouteauChouteau , to the
complainants' Bill of complaint:

These repliants
saving and reserving to themselves all and all man
ner of advantage of exception which may be
had and taken to the manifold errors, uncer
tainties, and insufficiencies of the said an
swers of the said defendants, for replication
thereunto say that they do and will aver,
maintain and prove their said Bill to be
true, certain, and sufficient in the law to be
answered unto by the said defendants, and that
the said answers of the said defendants are
very uncertain, evasive, and insufficient in the
law to be replied unto by these repliants;
without that, that any other matter or thing
in the said answers contained material or
effectual in the law to be replied unto, and
not herein and hereby will and sufficiently
replied unto, confessed or avoided, traversed
or denied, is true; all which matters and
things these repliants are ready to aver, main
tain, and prove as this Honorable Court shall

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direct, and humbly pray as in and by their
said Bill they have already prayed.

F. W. Risque

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Atto. for Complts.