United States v. James Frazier et. al.
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PaulPaul Serrault duly sworn says that on friday last the 24th instant
a certain John FraserJohn Fraser at the house of JosephJoseph Philibert in the town of StSt Louis-
LouisSt Louis Bartered & exchanged a half Bottle of whiskey which the said John
did then & there gave to an Indian of the MissouriMissouri nation for a Medal which the Indian give to him in Exchange for the
said half a Bottle of whiskey
Sworn to & sworn to before me a Justice of the peace this 27th day of JuneA.D. 1814

M. P. LeducP Leduc

Paul his

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mark Serrault
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To the Constable of the township of St LouisSt Louis county

Take John FraserJohn Fraser bring him forthwith before me a justice of
the peace at my office or before any justice of the peace of said
county to answer the charges alledged in the above affidavit
unto the United StatesUnited States Given under my hand this 27th day of June A.D. 1874

M. P. LeducP Leduc

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United StatesUnited States
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JohnJohn Fraser FraserJohn Fraser

Executed

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Geo. Brown Const

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis

Court of Common PleasJune Term 1814

The jurors empanelled and sworn to inquire within and for the county aforesaid and upon their oaths present and say that James D. [ Frazier ] of said county upon the twenty fifth day of June in the year one thousand eight hundred and fourteen at the town of Saint LouisSt Louis in said county without permision from the superintendent of Indian Affairs in and for said Territory did ex-
change one bottle of spiritous liquor commonly called Whiskey, to and with an Indian man of the MissouriMissouri tribe and na-
tion whose name is to the jurors unknown for one medal, and did then and there deliver to said indian the spiritous liquor so exchanged as aforesaid to the evil example of all others in like cares offending against the form of the statute of this Territory in such cases made and provided. and against the peace and dignity of the UnitedUnited States StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica

D Barton Att general

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United StatesUnited States
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Jas D Frazier


for selling whiskey to an Indian

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Witness for
PaulPaul Parau

A True Biil

RichardRichard Caulk Foreman