Thomas James v. St. Louis Fur Company, et al.
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana
District of Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis

sct

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
to the Sheriff of the district of
Saint LouisSt Louis Greeting

We command you to summons PierrePierre Menard MenardPierre Menard ,
ManuelManuel Lisa LisaManuel Lisa , Silvester Labbadie, Pierre Choteau Senior,
Auguste ChoteauAugust Chouteau , William MorrisonWilliam Morrison , ReubenReuben Lewis, -
Andrew HenryAndrew Henry and WilliamWilliam ClarkeClarke , surviving partners
of Benjamin Wilkenson deceased late merchants in
company trading under the style name and from
of the Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur Company if they may
be found within your that they be and -
judges of
the district of Saint LouisSt Louis on the first Monday
of November next then there to answer unto ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James of a plea of tresspass on the case to the damage
of the said Thomas JamesThomas James the sum of seven hundred
and fifty dollars and have you then there
this writ

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Witness the HonblBentBent Esquire presiding
Judge of our said Court at the
town of Saint LouisSt Louis aforesaid this -
twentieth day of 7 October in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight hundred and Ten and of our -
Independence the thirty fifth

Thos F. RiddickThomas F Riddick Clk

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Executed on
LisaLisa Pierre Choutean
and William ClarkWilliam Clark -
none of the other Defendant
as within named
found in Saint LouisSt Louis
District

A Mcnair

on 3 $ 1.20
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LouisianaLouisiana Territory
District of S LouisS Louis

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Thomas JamesThomas James complains of Pierre Menard
ManuelManuel Lisa LisaManuel Lisa , Labbadie, Pierre Choteau
Senior, Auguste ChoteauAugust Chouteau , WilliamWilliam Morrison MorrisonWilliam Morrison ,
ReubenReuben LewisAndrew HenryAndrew Henry & William ClarkWilliam Clark
surviving partners of Benjamin Wilkinsen deceased
late Merchants in Company trading under the style
Name and of the Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
Company for this to that whereas the said
Defendants by BenjaminBenjamin Wilkinson WilkinsonBenjamin Wilkinson their agent,
authorized and empowered for that purpose entered
in to a written contract and Engagement, under
His Hand of the said BenjaminBenjamin Wilkinson WilkinsonBenjamin Wilkinson and
the said Thomas JamesThomas James and this in the words & figures
following to writ âArticle of Contract and agreement,
this day entered into between BenjBenjamin " WilkinsonWilkinson ,
agent for the St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur Company of the
part and ThomasThomas James JamesThomas James of St. LouisSt Louis district of the
other part Witnesseth that the said ThomasThomas James JamesThomas James
has this day engaged, promised and bound himself
and does by these presents engaged promise and bind
himself to do and perform all and singular the services
that may be required of him by the said Company
in the prosecution of a from St LouisSt Louis to the Head
Waters of the MissouriMissouri, or to other on the Waters of
said River MissouriMissouri, and to obey, do and perform all
duties and Commands required of him the said
Thomas JamesThomas James by PersonPerson or Persons as have
or Command of the Embarkations or Expeditions
up the said River, a many which Duties and

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Command the following and write, to writ -
that the said Thomas JamesThomas James is to present himself
in properPersonPerson and the of St LouisSt Louis at such
as the Company may deem Proper and proper
to said voyage that he is to labor and
as the transportation of baggage, loading and
unloading of Boats, rowing, towing and all other things,
connected with or relating to the safe and
of the now, Baggage, Merchandise, or other things from
this town of St LouisSt Louis to the Head Waters of the said River
that on his arrival there he is to Labor in trapping
hunting and collecting furs, meats, Poltries and to the
best of his abilities and cunning and is to remain
with said Company or be removed by the
said Company from place to place on the said
Waters of the MissouriMissouri as may be deemed most to
their advantage always in Case of a
to in transporting baggage merchandise
and finally is bound to perform all those things
which Once engaged under similar circumstance
and with the same views,, are bound to do and perform
obeying and executing with promptness all
and reasonable orders which only be given him by
those Persons who command the expeditions - - -
and the said Benjamin WilkinsonBenjamin Wilkinson in the Name and or
behalf of the St. LouisSt LouisMissouri Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company , do
command with the said Thomas JamesThomas James as follows
to writ - that the said Thomas JamesThomas James shall be
furnished with four men and the necessary equipment
for himself and four men for hunting and
trapping and to allow him as full compensation
one equal fifth part of his and the four men's land
their contract to continue for the term of three
years, unless sooner discharged by the company. -
all this the contracting parties aforesaid promise

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to do and perform, under the penalty of five Hundred
Dollars, if either party shall break this contract
St. LouisSt LouisMarch 29th 1809.

Gest.

Jn. A

.

Thomas JamesThomas James

(Signed)

Benjamin Wilkinsen
agent for the said Company

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The said Thomas JamesThomas James in fact says that he did in all
things will and truly perform all and singular the
promises and Engagements in the said written Engagement
and Contract mentioned on his Part, performed
and done to writ at the District of StSt Louis
LouisSt Louis in the Territory of LouisianaLouisiana on the first Day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight Hundred and ten, yet the said Defendants
all though after requested have not done and performed and any part of the said written Contract
and Engagement on their part, and
Contracted to be done and performed on the part of
the said Defendants, but hand refused and neglected
to perform the same in this, to writ
that the said defendant did not furnish four men
and the necessary equipment for the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James for himself and four men for hunting and
trapping as by said written Contract the said Defendants
were bound to do, but on this Day and
before said last mentioned said Defendants whereby
refused and still refuse whereby the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James was prevented from being allowed the full
Compensation of one equal fifth part of his own
and the said four mens hunt, as by the said Contract
he was entitled to and so the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James saith that on the Day and year at the

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place last aforesaid and within the Jurisdictions
of this Court the said Defendants have
not kept and performed their said written Contract
and engagement with him the said Plaintiff
but have the somes, whereby he says he
is injured and has sustained damage to the
value of Seven Hundred and fifty Dollars
and where the said Defendant afterwards, one the day
and hear at the place and witness the Jurisdiction
aforesaid were indebted to him the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James in the sum of Five Hundred Dollars Current
money of the United StatesUnited States by the writing obligatory
aforesaid under the hands of the said Defendants
acknowledged themselves, to be held and firmly bound
unto the said Thomas JamesThomas James in the sum of
five Hundred Dollars Current money aforesaid
to be paid unto him when afterwards they
the said defendants should be thereto requested,
the Date whereof is the twenty ninth Day of March in the year of our Lord One thousand Eight Hundred and Nine and is now here to the
Court
and whereas the said Defendants afterwards on
the first day of September the year of One thousand Eight Hundred and Two at the place
and within the Jurisdiction aforesaid, were indebted
to the saidThomas JamesThomas James in the sum of five
Hundred Dollars, for Work and Labour Care and
Diligence of him the said Thomas JamesThomas James , by him the
said Thomas JamesThomas James before that time performed
and in and about the of the Law

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Defendants and for the said defendants, they the said
defendants inconsideration, thereof, afterwards, to writ
on the same day and year at the place and within the
Jurisdiction aforesaid, under and faithfully promised
the said Thomas JamesThomas James to pay him the said sum of
money when they should be thereto afterwards requested
and whereas afterwards to writ - on the same day and
year and at the place and within the Jurisdiction aforesaid,
in Consideration that the said Thomas JamesThomas James
at the Request of the said Defendant had before
that time done, performed, and other his Work
and Labour Care and Diligence in and about other the
of the said Defendants and for the said Defendants,
they the said Defendants then and there under
took and faith fully promised the said Thomas JamesThomas James
to pay him as much money as he therefore
deemed to have when they the said Defendant
should be there to afterwards requested and the said
Thomas JamesThomas James that he therefore reasonably
deserved to have of the said Defendants other five
Hundred Dollars like lawful money. to writ
at the place aforesaid and within the jurisdiction
aforesaid, whereof the said Defendants
afterwards, to writ - on the same day and year
aforesaid, there had Notice.

And whereas the said Defendants afterwards
writ on the same day and year at the place
and within the jurisdiction last aforesaid were
indebted to the said Thomas JamesThomas James in the sum of
Five Hundred Dollars Current money as aforesaid,
for money by the saidThomas JamesThomas James before,
that time laid out and for the said

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Defendants, at their and request
and for other money before that time had and
by the said Defendants to the uses of the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James and for other money by the said Thomas JamesThomas James
before then lent and advanced to the said Defendant
at their like instance and request and being so
indebted the Defendants in Consideration thereof
afterwards on the same day and year at
the place and within the jurisdiction aforesaid,
undertook and there then faithfully promised
to pay the said plaintiff said sum of money last
mentioned when they should thereto be aforesaid
requested yet the said Defendants although
often requested have not paid the sums of
money aforesaid or any part thereof to the said Thomas JamesThomas James
but to pay the same or any part thereof to the
said Thomas JamesThomas James have
and still refuses to the Damage of the said ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James of Seven Hundred and fifty Dollars, and
therefore he brings suit by

R. Easton his attorney

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St. LouisSt Louiscommon pleas
November

Thomas JamesThomas James vs
PierrePierre Chouteau Menard
Manuel LisaManuel Lisa
Sylvester Labbadie

Pierre ChouteauChouteau Auguste
WilliamWilliam Morrison MorrisonWilliam Morrison
AugusteChouteau Auguste ChouteauPierre Chouteau
AndrewAndrew
ReubenReuben Lewis
WilliamWilliam Clarke

This is an action brought
to recover damages for
the of a written
engagement for five
hundred dollars for work
and labor and money
paid out &
& at summons
in a plea of trespass
on the case damage
750 $ charge tax fee
to me

R. Easton

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Territory Of LouisianaLouisiana, District of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District-Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summons John Cauller and
Solomon Thom
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays they be and
appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the
Eigth day of March at the
town of Saint LouisSt Louis then there to testify and the truth of say in a certain
matter of controversy now pending in our said court, wherein ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James is plaintiff and The Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company
defendant on the part of the plaintiff and have you
then there this writ.

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Witness The HonblSilasSilas Bent BentSilas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the
fourth day of Marchin the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and Eleven and of the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P.
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Saint LouisSt LouisCommon pleas
March Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
advs
Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
free

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non Est

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2 non Est $ 1.00
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summonsDanielDaniel Laruson that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays he be and
appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the
eighth day of March at the
town of Saint LouisSt Louisthen there to testify and the truth to say in a certain
matter of controversy now pending in our said court, whereinThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James is plantiff and the Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur compnay defendant on the part of the Plaintiff and have you
then there this writ.

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Witness the HonorlHonorl Silas Bent Silas BentHonorl Silas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the
fourth day of March in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred andeleven and the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P.
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Saint LouisSt LouisCommon pleas
March Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
Saint LouisSt Louis Fur Comp.

Sibpeona

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Non Est

McNair Shrff


1 non Est 50 cents
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5-28-18

Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summons Paul Legest Chouteau
and Duverge D Villemond
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays they and each of them be and
appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the
third day of Julynext at
the town of St. LouisSt Louis then there to testify and the rruth to say in a certain
matter of controversy now pending in our said court, whereinThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James is plantiff and the St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur company defendant on the part of the Defendants and have you
then there this writ.

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Witness the HonorlHonorl Silas Bent Silas BentHonorl Silas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis thetwenty eight day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred andeleven and the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth.

Thos F RiddickThomas F Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P.
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No 16

Saint LouisSt Louis Com pleas
November Term 1808

MosesMoses Flemy
vs
Ezekiel Rogers

Summons
Dan $600

Executed

Jer. ConnorJeremiah Connor Shf

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Service 0,,80
Mileage 2,,20
Shrf. $ 3,,--

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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
July Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

Subpeona

Paul Legust Chouteau

Deverge F Villimond

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Executed on Paul Legust
Chouteau Deverge Villimond
not found in St. LouisSt Louis district

A McNairA McNair Shff SLD

fee 33 cent
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States opf AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summonsDaniel LarrisonDaniel Larrison
and John CaulterJohn Caulter
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays they and each of them be and
appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the
third day of July next at the
town of Saint LouisSt Louis then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain
matter of controversy now pending in our said court, wherein ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James is plantiff and the Saint LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
company
defendant on the part of the Plaintiff and have you
then there this writ.

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Witness the HonorlHonorl Silas Bent Silas BentHonorl Silas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the
third day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred andeleven and the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P.
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
July Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

St. LouisSt Louis
fur Company

John CaulterJohn Caulter

Daniel LarrisonDaniel Larrison

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Executed on John CaulterJohn Caulter
Daniel LarrisonDaniel Larrison not found
in the district

fee 33 cent

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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summonsSolomonSolomon
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays he be and
appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the
third day of July next at the
town of Saint LouisSt Louis then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain
matter of controversy now pending in our said court, wherein ThomasThomas James
JamesThomas James is plantiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
company
defendant on the part of the Plaintiff and have you
then there this writ

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Witness the HonorlHonorl Silas Bent Silas BentHonorl Silas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the
third day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eleven and the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth.

Thos F RiddickThomas F Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis . C. P.
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83
33
40
7.92

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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
July Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis
fur Company

Solomon
non Est

A McNairA McNair Shff

non Est 56 cent
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Territory Of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summons John A. Graham
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delays
he be and appear in proper person before the judges of our Court of commonpleas on the third day of July next, at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending
in our said court, wherein Thomas JamesThomas James is plantiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur company
defendant on the part of the Plaintiff and have you
then there this writ

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Witness the HonorableSilas BentSilas Bent presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis thetenth day of June in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred andeleven and the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty fifth.

Thos F RiddickThomas F Riddick

Clerk of StSt Louis. L. D.
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
July Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

John A Graham

non Est

A McNairA McNair Shff

50 cent
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Territory Of LouisianaLouisiana, District Of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summons Leguest Chouteau that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay he be and appear in proper
person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the fifth day of November next, at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, then there to testify and
the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said court,
whereinThomas JamesThomas James is plaintiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur company
defendant on the part of the defendants and have you then
there this writ

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Witness the Honorable Samuel HammondSamuel Hammond Esquire presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, the eleventh day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eleven and of
the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty sixth.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

Clerk of StSt Louis. L. D.
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
November Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

subpoena

Augueste ChouteauChouteau

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Executed

A McNairA McNair Shff

fee 33 cent
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10-10-1811

Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summonsDaniel LarrisonDaniel Larrison and Jon Caulter that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper
person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the fourthday of November next, at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, then there to testify and
the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said court,
whereinThomas JamesThomas James is plaintiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
company defendants on the part of the plaintiff and have you then
there this writ

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Witness the Honorable Samuel HammondSamuel Hammond Esquire presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the tenth day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eleven and of
the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty sixth.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
November Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

subpoena

Daniel LarrisonDaniel Larrison

John CaulterJohn Caulter

Nopn Est

A McNairA McNair Shff

Non Est $1,,00
EastonEaston
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summons SolomonSolomon Thorn
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay he be and appear in proper
person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the fourth day of November next, at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, then there to testify and
the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said court,
wherein Thomas JamesThomas James is plaintiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
company defendants on the part of the plaintiff and have you then
there this writ.

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Witness the Honorable Samuel HammondSamuel Hammond Esquire presiding
siding judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the tenth day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hudred and eleven and of
the Independence of
the United StatesUnited States, the thirty sixth.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
November Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri
fur Company

subpoena

SolomonSolomon Thorn

Non Est

A McKain Shff

Non Est 50 cent
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EastonEaston
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Territory of LouisianaLouisiana, District of St. LouisSt Louissct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis
District - Greeting

You are hereby commanded to summons Paul Leguest Chouteau and Duverge De Villimond that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper
person before the judges of our Court of common pleas on the fourthday of November next, at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, then there to testify and
the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said court,
wherein Thomas JamesThomas James is plaintiff and the St LouisSt Louis MissouriMissouri fur
company defendants on the part of the plaintiff and have you then
there this writ.

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Witness the HonorableSamuel HammondSamuel Hammond Esquire presiding
judge of our said court at the town of St. LouisSt Louis the tenth day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hudred and eleven and of
the Independence of
the United StatesUnited States the thirty sixth

Thos F RiddickThomas F Riddick

Clerk of St. LSt Louis . DSt Louis .C.P
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St. LouisSt Louis Com pleas
November Term 1811

Thomas JamesThomas James
vs
St. LouisSt Louis
fur Company

subpoena

Paul Legueste Chouteau

Deverge De Villimond

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Executed Paul
Legueste Chouteau
Deverge De Villimond
not found

A McNairA McNair Shff

fee 33 cent
Non Est 50
~3 cents
EastonEaston
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