Louis Chouteau v. Gabriel S. Chouteau
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Louis
vs
G. S. ChouteauS Chouteau

Be it remembered that on the coming on
to be heard of the motion to relaxcosts in
this cause, the defendant showed to the
Court here all the orders that had been made in the
cause respecting the living of the plaintiff and all
the motions made by either party respecting the same
in the words & figures following. (here set them out)
and the defendant also read the following accounts
and affidavits by RodermanRoderman R F. Logan JLMunch- in
the words & figures following (here set them out)
and it was shown that upon these accounts and affidavits
and no other testimony the clerk had
taxed the said items of $ 130 and $ 275.40, and this
was all the testimony in the cause. The Court overruled
the motion of plain Defendant to retax the said costs.
And the defendant excepted thereto at the time & presented
his bill of exceptions of it he signed&
made part of the record, which is done.

JamesJames C
Judge