William Clark vs. James Beatty
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Defendant
not to be found
in the County ofCounty of Saint Louis
Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis


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The sheriff will take
no bail on this writ

CarrCarr atty p


Sarvin, 80
For

ThompsonThompson

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No 9
november Term 1813
To March Term 1813
William ClarkWilliam Clark
vs
JamesJames Beatty BeattyJames Beatty

This is an action on the
case to recover money
due on a note issue, a
capias & mark bail
required for $150:00

CarrCarr atty. pq

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Defendant not found
in Saint LouisSt Louis county


30 cents
Issue a summons according to the damages in
the declaration.

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St Louis County
Common Pleas



William ClarkWilliam Clark by WilliamWilliam C. CarrCarr his attorney -
complains of James BeattyJames Beatty in aplea of on the
case for that whereas the said JamesJames the defendant on the
twentieth day of January eighteen hundred & twelve at
the township of Warden lower at the county
aforesaid & whether the jurisdiction of this court made
his certain note in writing whereby he acknowledged there
was due to William ClarkWilliam Clark the plaintiff the sum of seventy
dollars & thirty cents and thereby promised to pay the
same on or before the first day of March then next
in saving the date of said note - by reason whereof
the said defendant became liable to pay the aforesaid
sum of money to the plaintiff apricably to the tenor of &
part of said note - and being so liable
promised in consideration thereof to pay the same wherever the
same should be demanded after the said first day of march eighteen hundred & Twelve - - MeriwetherMeriwether
of the said defendant the often requested hath not
paid the aforesaid sum of money to the plaintiff nor
any part thereof But the same to pay hath liable refused to the damage of the plaintiff
two hundred dollars - therefore he sues.

CarrCarr . Atty pg

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Our WilliamWilliam or his order the just and full sum of
of twenty six dollars twenty seven 1/2 cents for value received
which promised to pay demand St CharlesSt CharlesJune 18th 1812

JamesJames Beatty BeattyJames Beatty

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26.27 1/2
1.57.62

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James BeattyJames Beatty
$26. 21 1/2

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Due to general WilliamWilliam or his order
the just and full sum of
twenty four and Thirty cents for value received
which I promised to pay on or before
the first Day of March next ensuing January 20 1812

Jugment

M.


Witness -

M.


James Beatty

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70.30
6
4.21.80
2.11
6.32
1.57
7.89

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James Beatty's Note $70.30.
26.27 1/2
96.57 1/2
7.89
104.46 1/2

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
Country ofCountry of St Louis SaintCountry of St Louis LouisCountry of St Louis


sct.

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
to the sheriff of Saint LouisSt Louis
County Greeting

We Command you as before you have been commanded
to take Joseph Beatty if he may be found within your bailiwick and
him safely keep as that you may have his body before the judges
of our court of common pleas to be holden at the town of â
Saint LouisSt Louis within and for the county of Saint LouisSt Louis on the
first Monday of November next then there to answer unto
WilliamWilliam Clark ClarkWilliam Clark in a plea of on the case to the damage
of the said William ClarkWilliam Clark the sum of two hundred dollars
and have you then there this writ

Witness the honor WilliamWilliam presiding
judge of our said court at the town of SaintSt Louis
LouisSt Louis this thirteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and of the Independence of the
United StatesUnited States the thirty eighth

HenryHenry P.

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bail is required for one hundred and fifty dollars

John. Honey P.

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

The United StatesUnited States of america to the Sheriff of
of the county of St LouisSt Louis Greeting.

We command you to take James BeattyJames Beatty
if he may be found in your bailiwick and him safely keep
so that you have his body before the Judges of our Court
of common pleas to be holden at the Town of St LouisSt Louis in and
for the county of St. LouisSt Louis on the first monday of march
next then and there to answer to William ClarkWilliam Clark in a plea of
trials or the case to the damage of the said William ClarkWilliam Clark
two hundred dollars
and have you then and there this writ.

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Witness William ChristyWilliam Christy presiding
Judge of our said Court at the Town
of St. LouisSt Louis this seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and of our
Independence the thirty seventh.


Take Bail for $150-

Judge
C.P.

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Territory of MissouriMissouri CountyCounty of Saint Louis of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis


Set

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica to the Sheriff of
the county of Saint LouisSt Louis greeting

We command you to Summons James BeattyJames Beatty if he may be
found within your bailiwick that he be and appear before the judges of our
court of common pleas at a court to be held at the Town of Saint LouisSt Louis
within and for the county of Saint LouisSt Louis on the first monday of November next then & there to answer unto William ClarkWilliam Clark in a plea of on
the case to the damage of the said William ClarkWilliam Clark the sum of two -
hundred dollars and have you then there this writ.

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Witness the Honor WilliamWilliam Christy ChristyWilliam Christy Esquire presiding
judge of our said court at the Town of Saint LouisSt Louis
this thirteenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and of the Independence of
the United states of america the thirty eighth

John MJohn M . Honey

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William ClarkWilliam Clark
vs
JamesJames Beatty BeattyJames Beatty

Action on the case
Damage $150.00

I acknowledge to owe William ClarkWilliam Clark
the sum of one hundred & four dollars sixty six
cents and for & costs of suit - witness my hand & seal
at the town of St LouisSt Louis1st of october 1813â

Jas. Beatty

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Taken & acknowledged
before me in
as clerk of the court of
common pleas this 1st of october 1813â

M.P. LeducP Leduc Clk


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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis


Set

of The United StatesUnited States of ameirca
to the sheriff of the county of StSt Louis
LouisSt Louis - - - greeting

We command you, as we have often
convinced you, to summon James BeattyJames Beatty if he may be found
within your bailiwick to be and appear before the
Judges of our Court of common Pleas to be holden
at the town of Saint LouisSt Louis within and for the
County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis on the third monday in
February next then and there to answer unto WilliamWilliam Clark
ClarkWilliam Clark in a plea of on the case to his damage
as he says two hundred Dollars, and have you then
there this writ.

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Witness MaryMary Clark of our
said Court at the town of St LouisSt Louis
this first day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirteen and of our
Independence the thirty eighth

MaryMary PP Leduc . LeducP Leduc clerk C.R.