Charles Sanguinette vs. Edward Hempstead
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District of Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis

CharlesCharles Sanguinette SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette Complains of
EdwardEdward Hempstead HempsteadEdward Hempstead administrator of all singular the
goods chattels nights, and credits of MeriwetherMeriwether Lewis LewisMeriwether Lewis
in a that he to him the sum of One
hundred & Seventy Five Dollars. Lawful money of the UnitedUnited States
StatesUnited States which the said LewisLewis to him in his life time farther where as the said LewisLewis at the Town of
District ofDistrict of Saint Louis Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis- on the Twenty fourth day of
August in the Year of our Lord One Thousand eight hundred and nine, by one certainObligatory-sealed with the seal or several of the said LewisLewis of by
him signed- the date whereof is the same of year last
, where by he acknowledges to owe the plaintiff
the sum of One hundred Seventy five dollars, payable
the first day of October then next for value received.

the said LewisLewis in his life time nor the said
administrator since his decease have not paid the
said sum of money to the plaintiff though after requested
to his Damage Two Hundred Dollars - Wherefor he sees.

WillWill C. CarrCarr

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Copy of Bond

StSt Louis. LouisSt LouisAugust 24, 1809

I acknowledge- myself to be justly indebted to CharlesCharles Sanguine the sum of One hundred Seventy Five Dollars
payable the 1st day of October next for value received



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CharlesCharles Sanguinette SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette
Edward HampsteadEdward Hampstead adm
of M LewisM Lewis .


This is an action of
Debt brought to recover
money Due on Bond Let
a summons issue
Debt $125 damage
$200 accordingly-

CarrCarr for Plf


A McNairA McNair , Shf

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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana
District of Saint-Louis

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
to the Sheriff of the district
of Saint-Louis greeting

We command you to summons Edward HampsteadEdward Hampstead
Administrator of all and singular the goods Chattels rights and credits of
Meriwether Levis deceased, if he may be found within you bailiwick
that he and appear before the judges of our Court of common pleas
to be holden at the town of Saint-Louis in and for the district of Saint-Louis
on the first Monday of November next-then there to answer unto CharlesCharles Sanguinette
SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette of a plea that he under to him the sum of Ohe hundred and
twenty five dollars which the said LewisLewis to him in his life time justly owed
and from him unjustly detains to the damage of the said CharlesCharles Sangui
nette the sum of two hundred dollars and have you then there
this writ

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Witness the Honbl. Lilas Bent Esquire presiding judge
of your said Court at the town of Saint-Louis aforesaid
this tenth day of August in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and ten and of our
Independence the thirty fifth

Thomas RiddickThomas Riddick clk

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EdwardEdward Hempstead HempsteadEdward Hempstead of of
MM Lewis . LewisM Lewis vs. -

CharlesCharles Sanguinette SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette

The Defendant pleads that at the
of Plaintiff on the
day of august, in the one thousand eight hundred & Ten
the district of Saint LouisSt Louis, had came
and of the
said to the value of one thousand, and
one Dollars and to the in the office the
of Saint LouisSt Louis the Twenty Second day of
and, a of by to on a of Six months and
to the amount of Hundred & eight Dollars-and
there his honor old, paid, property
to the Value of Five Hundred ninety two
Dollars & seventy Cents of which is the the
change of the administration. the following
have of said .

JacobJacob a decree of the of Common district balance -
alexander against
JamesJames , -
, a of exchange.
against 10.
a by against
Defendant on administrator, Pleas
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WilliamWilliam H Thomas, protested bill of unchange
John demand for money received by
said LewisLewis for him action hundreds
in his Count for
The demand in this 125.00

amounting in the whole in the sum of Two Thousand
eight hundred & forty two dollars & six cents which
leaves the said estate insolvent not calculationg the
change & fees of administration not yet ascertained to the
amount of one thousand eight hundred & Eleven Dollar
& sixty five cents--and that no other goods a of
the said have seen come to his honor--all
which he is ready to verify to--

E. HempsteadEdward Hempstead , Pro ?

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Nov. 7. 1810

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