George Sips v. William Bolli
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WilliamWilliam BoliBolly To Georg Sips Due
Feb 1814

To on foot $15.00
To 3 bushels of Salt 9.00
GeorgeGeorge Sips $24.00

Credit on the above 24
To paid -4 Dollars -4
GeorgeGeorge Sips $20 Due

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To the Constable of St.LouisSt Louis township in the county SL greeting summon
WilliamWilliam Bolli to appear before me a justice of
the peace on saturday the 14th of this instant at my
dwelling hande between the hours of ten in the
before noon and three of the clock in the afternoon
of the said day to answer GeorgeGeorge Sips in an action
on account given under my hand this 6th day of January 1815

ThomasThomas Sappington

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at the risk and request of the plaintiff I authorize Hartly Lanham to serve and return this writ

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Executed for returning

42
Serving & returning 25
67

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To the Constable of St. Louis

County and Township summon John Baily to
appear before me a justice of the peace on the
11 day of february to give testimony
in the a suit between GeorgeGeorge Sips
and
Wiliam Bolli given under my hand
this 14 of january 1815

ThomasThomas Sappington

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John Baily being duly sworn to a true testimony being asked
the following questions by defendant

do you know at the time I worked at the of my send
ing salt to by Cooks and John what price
they got or whether they had to bring it back

I know they took the salt but whether they sold it
or not I don't [ no ]
the above is a true statement
of John Bailys evidence sworn and
taken the 11 of february

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at the risk and request
of the plaintiff I author
rise Hartly Lan
ham to serve this
[ supena ]

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Serving and
returning 10
Milage 10

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1815 january 6th issued in behalf of george Sips against
Wilm BoliBolly returnable the 14th of the same

Acct GeorgeGeorge Sips vs WilliamWilliam BoliBolly parties appearing the suit is post
poned at the [ instance ] of the
defendant on his oath that he had
no material witnesses and of the County
which by the 11th of February he would
have them present or enter trial with
out them
February
the 111815
Plaintiff substantiates his charge
cents
Defendant making no [ defence ] further then denying
a part of the charge Judgement is for 20
principle and forcost for writing summons ,, 15
Judgement by trial ,, 20
for writing one [ supena ] ,, 15
swearing witness ,, 10
for writing and execution ,, 20
for certifying a copy of the proceedings ,, 33
amount of justices cost 33
Constables cost for serving and returning 1 13
for
the
,, 25
the summons ,, 42
summoning witnesses ,, 10
milage ,, 100
serving execution and returning 7 25
keeping executed house ten days 2
amount of Constables cost 3 20

The above is a true copy of my proceedings

ThomasThomas Sappington

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JosephJoseph Sips being duly sworn on his examination
deposeth and saith

2 the by justice what do you know this account

Ans I was present when george
and BoliBolly settled
and BoliBolly was to give george Sips fifteen dollars
and three bushels of salt

2nd when did you understand this money was to
be paid

Ans eight dollars down and the other as soon as he could
the above is a correct statement of Josehp
Sips deposition sworn and written the 14th of January 1815

ThomasThomas Sappington

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proceedings had
before me on the eleventh of July

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To The Constable of St LouisSt Louistownship in the CountyCounty of St Louis
ofCounty of St Louis St LouisCounty of St Louis greeting whereas george Sids, has obtained judg
ement before me a justice of the peace in the township
aforesaid againt WilliamWilliam Bolli

for a debt of 20 and 145
and
for his costs these are therefore to command you to
levy the said debt and costs of the goods and chattles of the
said Wm Bolli and to expose the same to sale by
public giving due notice of the same at least ten days previous to the day of sale by at least three ad vertisements put up at the most public places of your
township and returning the overplus if any to the said
Wm Bolli and for want of sufficient distress sufficient distress you are command to take the
body of the said WilliamWilliam Bolli in custody and
convey him to the common jail of the Country the
Sheriff or keeper whereof is hereby required to receive him
and him safely keep until the said debt and costs
be duly paid or the said Wm Bolli be otherwise discharged by due counsel of law you are also
commanded to make return of this to me within thirty days from this date given under my hand this 11th days of February in the year 1815

ThomasThomas Sappington

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At the risk and request of the plaintiff I authorise Hartly Lanham to serve this
Execution the same

ThomasThomas Sappington

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Execution
Sips vs BoliBolly dollors
debt 20
[ justises ] cost 64 cent
Constables cost 94 cent

to keeping 10
Days out of my hand

Hartley Lanham

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GeorgeGeorge Sips vs Wm Boly JulyHartly Lanham
filed3rd April 1815