Frederick Kaylor v. Alexander Willard
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no, 58, July Term 1811
FrederickFrederick Kaylor
vs
Alexander WillardAlexander Willard

Debt $110.00
damage 11.50
clerk
sheriff 3.00
.20
Tax 1.00
Attorney 1.00

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In the court of Common pleas of the Dis-
trict of Saint LouisSt Louis of the term of July one thousand eight hundred and eleven

St LouisSt Louis District Ss Frederick Kalor com-
plains of Alexander WillardAlexander Willard of a plea
that the said AlexanderAlexander the defendant ren-
der unto him the said FrederickFrederick the plain-
tiff the sum of one hundred and ten dollars
which he owes to him the said plaintiff and
from him unjustly detains for that the
said defendant on the twenty thirdy day of May in the year one thousand eight hundred and ten at the town of St LouisSt Louis
in the District of St LouisSt Louis and within the
jurisdiction of this court made his cer-
tain instrument in writing under his hand
and seal of that date and which is read
here to the court shown and thereby twenty
days after date promised to pay or cause to be
paid into one John
the full sum of one hundred and ten dol-
lars for value received of him and there
then delivered the said in
writing to signed and sealed as aforesaid
to the said JohnJohn Donahue DonahueJohn Donahue and the said
JohnJohn Donahue DonahueJohn Donahue here afterwards, and before
the payment of said sum of money men
tioned in the said instrument of consisting
of any part thereof to wit on the fifth
day of June in the year of one thousand
eight hundred and eleven at the place
adn within the jurisdiction aforesaid assigned

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the said instrument in writing the and
hand of the said John DonahueJohn Donahue being on the
back of the same instrument in writing
under seal set and subscribed by him and
by that assignment the said JohnJohn Donahue DonahueJohn Donahue
according to the statute in such case made
and provided ordered and assigned the contents
of the paid instrument in writing and the
money mentioned in the same to be paid
to the said plaintiff and then and there de-
livered the same instrument in writing to assigned a aforesaid to the said plaintiff
of all which premises the said defendant after-
wards to writ on the same day and year last
aforesaid at the place and within the juris-
diction aforesaid had notice whereby an action
has to the said plaintiff to have de-
and of the said defendant
the sum of money mentioned in the said
instrument of writing according to the
times of the same and of the said assign-
ment to made thereon as aforesaid-

Yet the said defendant although of-
ten requested the said sum of money in
the said instrument of writing mentioned
any part thereof to the said plaintiff
has not yet paid but the the same
part thereof to pay the said defendant
has wholly refused and still re-
fuses to the said plaintiff his damage of
two hundred and fifty dollars and there

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fore he brings suit by

EastonEaston his attorney

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Territory of Louisina
District of Saint LouisDistrict of Saint Louis

The united States of AmericaAmerica to the
Sheriff of St LouisSt Louis District Greeting

We command you to take Alexander WillardAlexander Willard
If he may he found in your bailiwick and him
safely keep so that you have his before the Judges
of our court of common pleas to be holden at the
town of St LouisSt Louis within and for the District of St LouisSt Louis
on the first monday of July next then there to Answer
unto Frederick Kalor in a plea of Debt one hundred
and ten dollars. To the Damage of the said FrederickFrederick
the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars and
have you then there this writ.

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Writing the honr Silas BentSilas Bent presiding
Judge of our said court at S. LouisS Louis aforesaid
this thirteenth day of June one thousand eight hundred and eleven and of the
Independence of the United StatesUnited States the
thirty fifth.

ThoffThoff Riddick RiddickThoff Riddick clk

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Take Bail for $250.

Thoff RiddickThoff Riddick clk

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no 58.

St LouisSt Louis Com pleas
July Term 1811

FrederickFrederick Kalon
vs
Alexander WillardAlexander Willard

debt 110 $250

This is an action to
recover money due
on a note under
seal issue a
ad
in a plea of Debt
for $110. Damage
$250 (â)and order bail
for $250. -charge
fee (â)

EastonEaston

Atty

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Executed a Bail Bond

of Bond $ 1.50
1.50
$3.00

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Twenty days after date I promise to pay or -
to be paid unto JohnJohn Donahue DonahueJohn Donahue or assigns the full
sum of one hundred and ten dollars for value
Received of him this 25th day of may 1810

Witness may hand and seal
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AlexanderAlexander Millard


$ 110
Test
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S. LouisS Louiscom pleas
Fred Kalor
by Alex. Willard

debt $110
dam 250

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Alx Willard to
,
note Donahue

$110-00

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pay the within note to Wm Fredrick Kalor
for value received of him this 6th day June 1811

JohnJohn Donahue DonahueJohn Donahue

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Frederick Kalor
vs
Alexander WillardAlexander Willard

Defendant pleads payment, accord-
ance satisfaction fraud and want of
Consideration-

AllenAllen for deft-

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filed 8 July 1811

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Alexander WillardAlexander Willard
ads
Fredick Kaylor

Reasons for a new trial

1th Because, the above case was tried
by the court and not by a Jury.

2d Because, the defendant did not agree
that the said cause should by third
by the court but was is
to have his cause tried by a jury. &,

3th Because, there is no issue made up in
the said suit & judgement could not be
correctly indeed therein.

Wm OWilliam O Allen AllenWilliam O Allen for Deft

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Filed 9 day of March 1812

A. Willard


F. Keylor

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Know all men by these presents, That we Alexander WillardAlexander Willard and John are held and firmly
bound unto AlexanderAlexander M'Nair, sheriff of the District of St. LouisSt Louis, his assigns or successor in office,
in the sum of two hundred & fifty Dollars
currency of the United StatesUnited States, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and
each of us by himself, our and each of our heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, firmly by
these presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this fourteenth day ofJune in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and Eleven The Condition of the above obligation is such, That if the above
bound Alexander WillardAlexander Willard
shall appear at the next court of common pleas to be held at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis on the first monday in July
next to answer unto Frederick Kalor
in a plea of Debt
to his damage as it is said two hundred
and fifty dollars and is judgment be given against him
at that or any subsequent term of said court, that the said Alexander WillardAlexander Willard
will pay the Damages aforesaid and
costs, or that the said JohnJohn Haff HaffJohn Haff and James Haff
will do it for him: then the above obligation to be void, else to remain in full force and virtue
in law.

Signed sealed and delivered
in the presence of

Alexander WillardAlexander Willard

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JohnJohn Haff HaffJohn Haff

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JohnJohn Haff HaffJohn Haff

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