Webster v. George Druillard
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In the court of common pleas of the District of
S LouisS Louis of the term of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine St LouisSt Louis
District .

Webster plaintiff complains of GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard
defendant of a plea of trespasson the case for that
whereas the said defendant and the first day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and nine at the town of S. LouisS Louis
in the District of S. LouisS Louis and within the jurisdiction
of this court made his certain promissory note in
writing, hearing date the day and year aforesaid, and
there then delivered the said state to said plaintiff
and thereby in the words and figures following
to Wit. " S LouisS LouisJune 1st 1809.â

âdue or demand eighty five
dollars 62 cents on settlementâ

âGet "GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard â


demand
by reason whereof and by force of the statute in
case made and provided he the said defendant
liable to pay to the said plaintiff the said sum mentioned in
the said Note according to the tenor and effect of said Note
and being so liable he's the said defendant in consideration
thereof of the courts to wit-on the same day in the year at the
places and within the jurisdiction aforesaid undertook and
there then faithfully promised the said plaintiff to pay him the
said sum of money mentioned in the said note according to the said defendant
the time and effect of the said note and whereas afterwards
to wit-on the same day and year at the places and within
the jurisdiction last aforesaid was indebted to the said plain-
tiff in the sum of one hundred dollars for money by
the said plaintiff before that time said laid out and ex-
pended for the said defendant at his special instance
and request and for other money before that time had and
received by the said defendant to the use of said plaintiff
and for other money by the said plaintiff before then

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advanced to the said defendant at his like instance and
request and being so indebted to the Defendant in consideration
thereof aforesaid to Writ-and the same day and year at the
places and within the jurisdiction last aforesaid under
took and there then faithfully promised the said plaintiff
to pay him said sum of money last mentioned when he
should be there to afterwards requested yet the said defendant
after requested has not paid the several sums of
money requested there of to the said plaintiff but to pay
the same or any part thereof to the said plaintiff has he then
refused and still refuse to the said plaintiff
his damage of One hundred and twenty five
dollars. - - - - - - - - -- --
and therefore he bring his writ

R. Baston


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26

St LouisSt Louis Com. pleas
July 1809

WebsterWebster
vs
GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard


The clerk will issue a
in a plea
of trespass the
case damage one
hundred & twenty five
dollars and order bail
to that amount as this
is an action to recover
money due an a
promisory note

RR Easton . EastonR Easton


Pltf Attorney
5 June 1809
Received two dollars -

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana
District of St LouisSt Louis

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
sheriff of the district of St LouisSt Louis
Greeting.

We command you to take GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard
he may be found within your bailiwick and safely
keep so that you may have his body before the Judge
of our court of common pleas to be holdenat the
town of St LouisSt Louis on the first monday of July
then there to answer unto WebsterWebster of a plea
of trespass on the case to the damage of the said
WebsterWebster the sum of one hundred & twenty
five dollars and have you then there this
writ

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Take bail for $ 125

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick
clk


Witness the honor Silas BentSilas Bent presid
ing judge of our said court at the town
of St LouisSt Louis aforesaid this fifth
of June in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred & nine
of the independence of the UnitedUnited States
StatesUnited States the thirty third.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick Clk

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Cepi Corpus & bail bondConnorConnor , Shrf.

service $1.
mileage .10
.50
$1.60

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No 26
July Term 1809
WebsterWebster
vs
GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard


for
Discontinued

filed 24th June 1809

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Regin WebsterWebster
vs
GeorgeGeorge Druillard DruillardGeorge Druillard

dam. $125.00

In the court of common pleas for St LouisSt Louis District
To July Term 1809.

The clerk of said Court will discontinue
this suit- St LouisSt Louis24th June 1809â

ThomasThomas Riddick RiddickThomas Riddick Clk

WebsterWebster