John P. Cornegys v. Nathanial Pryor
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No 67

St. LouisSt Louis common pleas
July Term 1812

John P. Cornegys
vs
Nathanial Pryor
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Teritory of LouisianaLouisiana
District of St LouisSt Louis

Sct.

This is to certify that License
by the

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Lieut Nathaniel Pryor

To FalconerFalconer Cornegys

1810 23 To CorneliusCornelius Burnes for the amount his
account against you
$5.62
1809 Nov 1 To Blue Cloth $10.00 1.25
To 3/4 Purple velvet 5.00 3.75
To 1/4 Drab cloth 4.50 1.12
To 1 3/4BrownBrown 1.00 1.75
To 3 Silk 12 37
To thread 12 1/2 12 1/2
1810 To Buttons 1.00 1.00
March 16 To Blue Cloth 10.00 13.75
$28.75

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Lieut Nathl Pryor
In account with
FalconerFalconer Cornegys
$ 28.75

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NathanialNathanial Prior
ads
FalconerFalconer Cornegys

The Defendant
by his
Attorney Pleads-
payment, release, accord satisfac-
tion



plea

EEdward Hempstead . HempsteadEdward Hempstead

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N. Pryor
adv.
FalconerFalconer Co
rnegys

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$100

St LouisSt LouisJuly 12 1810

One month after date I promise to
pay to J G Cornegys on order the sum
of One hundred Dollars cash for
received this twelfth of July One Thousand Eight hundred and tenwitness my hand & seal

Nathl Pryor

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John Cooke

Josh A FalconerFalconer

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. $100
M. Pryor

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Know all men by these presents, That we mentioned
Pryor and Antoine E Mulke 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 dollars currency of the United StatesUnited States, to which payment well and truely to be made, we bind ourselves and each of us by himself, our and each of our heirs, executors, administrators and alligns,
firmly by these prefents. Sealed with our seals and dated this seventeenth day ofJune in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and twelve

The condition of the above obligation is such, That if the a
bove bound Nathanial Pryor
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 John G Cornegys
in a plea of debt
to his damages it is said two hundred
dollars and if judgment be given against him
at that or any subsequent term of said court, that the said Nathaniel Pryor
will pay the damages aforesaid and
costs, or the amount of the condemnation of the Court, or surrender himself in execution there-
of, or that the said Antoine E Mulke
will do it for him: then the above obligation to be void, else, to remain in full force and vir-
tue in law.

Signed sealed and delivered
in the presence of

Nathl Pryor

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