Preston and Others v. George W. Coons, Administrator of the Estate of Milton Duty, et al.
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You are hereby required to take notice that we will apply
to the Honorable BryanBryan Mullanphy MullanphyBryan Mullanphy , Judge of St LouisCircuit Court
Circuit CourtCircuit Court , on Monday next (11th inst) at the Court
House in the City of St LouisCity of St Louis, at the meeting of the Court
in the forenoon, or as soon thenafter as Counsel can be
heard, for an injunction to stay the sale of , Nathaniel
, , , SamuelSamuel , HarryHarry , Harrison, Henderson,
JacksonJackson , HowardHoward , CarolineCaroline and her child, Luey, LydiaLydia ,
and her two infact children, and her infant child, NellyNelly ,
MalindaMalinda and her three infant children, ElizaEliza and MaryMary , late
slaves of MiltonMilton Duty, deceased, which GeorgeGeorge W Coons WGeorge W Coons .CoonsGeorge W Coons , Ad-,
ministrator, cum testaments annex, of said deceased has advertized
to be sold on Sunday, the 12th day of October inst,
in pursuance of an order of the Probate Court of St Louis;

Preston, Braxton, MaryMary et al
by Risque


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St LouisSt LouisOct. 9. 1841

To Geo W. CoonsGeorge W Coons , Admr of Milton Duty dec.

David CoonsDavid Coons

John & WilliamWilliam Henderson

HenryHenry Von Phul & Theodore McGill

E B Snidler

Robert Street

M W Swing

Joseph L Craft



John MJohn M

David GentryDavid Gentry

JesseJesse Jones JonesJesse Jones

James AJames A Shirley

Henry ChouteauHenry Chouteau

Louis A BenoistLouis A Benoist


President & Director of the Planters Bank of Mississippi-

Robert Strong

Haywood Boyette

JamesJames V Prather VJames V Prather PratherJames V Prather

Joseph Templeton

Ferdinand Punkard & Jacob U Payne