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

The replication of Preston, Braxton and others, com
plainants, to the answer of Geo W. CoonsGeorge W Coons defendant
to the supplemental Bill of said complainants
filed against said Defendant.

These replicants having
and reserving to themselves all and all manner of
advantage of exception which may be had
and taken to the manifold errors, uncertainities
and insufficiencies of the said answer of the
said defendant, for replication thereunto
say that they do and will aver maintain
and prove their said supplemental Bill
to be true certain and sufficient in the
law to be answered unto by said defendant
and that the answer of said defedant
is uncertain, evasive, and insufficient
to be replied unto without this that
there is any other matter or thing in
said answer contained material to be
replied unto, and not herein & hereby
sufficiently replied unto, confessed or
avoided, traversed or denied is true
all which these replicants are ready
and willing to aver maintain and prove
as this court shall direct, and pray
as they have by their Bill they have

J B Townsend

for .