Francois Leclerc vs. Joseph Robideau
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In the St.Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
to October term 1818.

Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc by his attorney complains
of JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauJoseph Robideaux of a plea of trespass on
the case, for that whereas, the said JosephJoseph heretofore
to with, on the first day of July in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen at the county
aforesaid was indebted to the said FrancoisFrancois in the
sum of four hundred dollars lawful money of the
United StatesUnited States for buffaloe and beaver
fur, beaver traps, blankets, calico, looking
glasses, canoe, tent, leather, coarse linen, and
bacon, to the said JosephJoseph by the said FrancoisFrancois before that time sold and delivered, and at his
special interest and request; and being so
thereof and he the said JosephJoseph in consideration
thereof, after ends, to wit, on the day
and year last aforesaid at the county aforesaid
undertook and then and there faithfully
promised the said FrancoisFrancois to pay him
the said cast mentioned sum of money when
he the said JosephJoseph should be thought afterwards requested.

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and also for that whereas, afterwards, to
with, on the day and year last aforesaid, at
the county afousaid, in consideration that the
said Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc at the like special
instance and request of the said Jospeh had
before that time sold and delivered to him the
said JosephJoseph certain large quantities of goods,
wares and merchandizes, , furs
provisions, he the said JosephJoseph undertook &
then and there faithfully promised the said
FrancoisFrancois to pay him so much money as he
therefore reasonably deserved to have of the
said JosephJoseph when he the said JosephJoseph should
be afterwards requested. And the
said FrancoisFrancois avers that he therefore reason
ably deserved to have of the said JosephJoseph the
further sum of four hundred dollars, whereof
the said JosephJoseph afterwards, to with, on the
day and year last aforesaid at the county
aforesaid had noticed.

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And whereas also, the said JosephJoseph afterw
ards, to with, on the day and year last afore
said in the county aforesaid was indebted
to the said FrancoisFrancois in the further sum of four
hundred dollars for the work and labor, care and diligence of the said FrancoisFrancois by him the
the said FrancoisFrancois before that time , transformed and bestowed, in and about the business of
the said JosephJoseph in carrying on trade and
commerce for the said JosephJoseph with the ParisParis Indians in the nation of the ParisParis, to wit,
at St. LouisSt Louis aforesaid, and at his special interest and request:----- And also in the
like further sum of four hundred dollars for goods, wares and merchandizes, by the said FrancoisFrancois before that time sold and delivered to the said JosephJoseph and at his like special instance and request: And also in the further sum of four hundred dollars by the said FrancoisFrancois before that
time lent and advanced to, and paid, laid

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out and expended for the said JosephJoseph and
at his like special instance and request:
And also in the further sum of four hundred
dollars for other money by the said JosephJoseph
before that time had and occured to and
for the use of the said FrancoisFrancois : and
being so indebted he the said JosephJoseph in
consideration therof afterwards, to wit, on
the day and year last aforesaid, at StSt Louis.
LouisSt Louis aforesaid, undertook and then and
there faithfully promised the said FrancoisFrancois
to pay him the said several sums of
money in this recent mentioned when he
the said JosephJoseph should be thinkto afterwards
requested.

Nevertheless the said JosephJoseph
not regarding his said several promises
and under takings, but continuing and
frandulently intending, craftily and subtly
to deceive and defaced the said FrancoisFrancois

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hath not as yet paid the said several
sums of money, or any or of them, or
any part thereof to the saidFranois
although often requested so to do. But
the saidJosephJoseph to pay him the same
hath hitherto wholly neglected and refused,
and still doth negelect and refuse: to the
damage of the saidFrancoisFrancois of one
thousand dollars; and therefore he brings
suit, .

benton, forpff.

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MissouriMissouri Territory,
St. Louis County, Js.

Before me A. GambleArchibald Gamble Esquireclerk of
the Circuit Count for the county of St. LouisSt Louis
on this sixth day of July in the year on 1818
personally came and appeared FrancoisFrancois Leclerc LeclercFrancois Leclerc
, and made oath that there is a
real debt due and owing from
Joseph RobideauJoseph Robideaux to him ammounting to the
sum of two hundred & seventy two dollars for the recovery
of which he now brings suit; and that
he believes the saidJoseph RobideauJoseph Robideaux
ought to be held to bail in the sum
of three hundred & fifty dollars to secure the said
debt, [ interest ] and costs.

Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc his X mark

Sworn to and subscribedbefore
me this sixth of July 1818

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A. GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk
reading the foregoing affidavit it is orfered than tho
Sheriff hold the defendant Joseph RobideauJoseph Robideaux
to bail in the
sum of three hundred & fifty dollars.

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
county of St. LouisSt Louis

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
to the Sheriff of said county
Greetings

We Command you to take JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauJoseph Robideaux
if he may be found within your county and him
safely keep so that you have his body before the
Judge of our CircuitCircuit Court CourtsCircuit Court as the next term to be
held at the town of St.LouisSt Louiswithin and for the county
of St.LouisSt Louis on the second Monday in October next
then and there to answer to Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc of
a plea of trespass on the case to the damages
of the said FrancoisFrancois one Thousand dollars, and have
you then there this writ

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Witness Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble clerk
of our said Court at office in
St. LouisSt Louis this Sixth day of July in the year Eighteen hundred Eighteen
and of our Independence the forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Circuit CourtCircuit Court Oct Term 1818
No.16

Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc
vs.
Joseph RobedeauJoseph Robideaux

Decl. in Trespass
on the case, in
assumpsit. Affidavit
to hold to bail in
the sum of $
and capias
BentonBenton , atty

This the sixth of July 1818

The sheriff is required to
take bail in the sum of three
hundred and forty dollars

A GambleArchibald Gamble clerk

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Executed by arrestingJoseph RobedeauJoseph Robideaux 21st day of July 1818 in the town of St. LouisSt Louis who give Bail

Wm. Thompson

Sworn $1.50
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Mr. Robideau (Joseph)

On the 30th day of Juneinstant between the hours of nine
o'clock in the morning and six in the evening of that day, at the
office of F. M. Guyol, a justice of the peace in the township
of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis and county of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis, I will take the depositions
of PrattePratte and others, to be read as evidence against
you, in the case depending in the St. LouisSt Louis circuit court, where
in I am planitiff and you are defendent, and where you may
attend, if you think proper. By virtue of a commission
of said court herewith shown.

St. LouisSt LouisJune the the 26th day of June 1819

FrancoisFrancois his X mark

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis
St. LouisSt Louis Circuit court, in vacation in the clerk's office

FrancoisFrancois Leclerc LeclercFrancois Leclerc
v.
JosephJoseph Robideaux RobidouxJoseph Robideaux

On motion of Mr. BentonBenton for the planitiff, it is ruled that addressing
to any judge or justice of the peace of the county of St. LouisSt Louis, to take the depositions of witnesses to be read on the trial
of the above cause on the part of the planitiff.

Signed archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

True Copy (signed) T. H. Benton.
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Personally appeared before me Francis M. Guyol a
justice of the peace for the county of St. LouisSt Louis, personally
appeared Francois Bomparte who made oath that the within
is a true copy of a notice by him served on JosephJoseph Robideaux RobidouxJoseph Robideaux
in the presence of AlexisAlexis and Cardinal LeGrand, by
leaving said copy at the house of said RobidouxRobideaux into the
hands of his brothers and Francois Robidoux. And
futhermore depomat sayth not.

Sworn to and subscribed before
me a justice of the peace this 30th day of June 1819.

F. M. Guyol. J. P.

Francois Bomparte

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LeclercLeclerc
vs
RobideauRobideaux

Filed August 3rd 1819

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clk

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
Country of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
To the constable of the township of St. LouisSt Louis in the
County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, Greeting:

Whereas I, Francis M. Guyol, a justice of the peace within
and for the said county, have received a Dedimusissuing out of the
circuit court of the county of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis aforesaid, and under the seal
of said court, directed to any judge, or justice of the peace in said-
County, for the examination of witnesses in a certain cause there depending,
between Francis Leclerk plantiff and JosephJoseph Robideaux RobedouxJoseph Robideaux defendant;-
and whereas I am informed that Lilvertre PrattePratte and Charles-
LaBerge of this county are material witnesses for the planitiff.-
There are therefore to require you to summon the saidLilvertre
PrattePratte and Charles Charles LaBerge, that they and each of
them severally and personally, be and appear before me at my
office in the town of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis, county, and township of StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis,
on the twenty fifth day of this month instant between the hours of 9 in the morning and 6 in the evening then and there
to be examined and testify the truth according to the best of their
knowledge, for and on behalf of said planitiff. Thereof they,
are not to fail and fail not at your peril. Given under
my hand and read this nineteenth day of June in the forty third
year of the independence of the U.S. and (A. D. 1819.)

âThe between the hours of 9 in the morning and
6 in the eveningâ, approved.

J. M. Guyol I. P.

J. M. Guyol I. P.

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Francis Leclerck
vs
JosephJoseph Robideaux RobidouxJoseph Robideaux
Summons for witnesses

LibvertrePrattePratte
Charles La Berge
Witnesses

Summons 25.

the
Within on
the 21st June 1819

L. Dowimtempe

25
10
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Mr. Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux

On the 25th day of June instant between the
hours of nine oclock in the morning & six in the evening
of that day at the office of Full a Justice of the Peace in
the township of St. LouisSt Louis & Country of St. LouisSt Louis I will take the
Deportation of Livester Prott and Charles Leberge and others to be read
as evidence against you in the case defending in the St LouisCircuit Court CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court wherein I am plantiff and you are defendant & where you may
a there and exemin if year think by nature of a Comaniscon of
fore Court here with shewn St LouisSt LouisJune the 18th 1819

(Signed) FrancisFrancis his mark

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of St LouisSt Louis Court in
in the clerks office

FrancisFrancis Stclerk
vs
Rabadoux

an mother of the
by for the plantiff it is
Ruled that a cliormus Five to my judge or
of the Pearr of the Country of the Louis
to take the depositions of Witnesses to be read
on the trace of the above case on the part of
the plantiff

Signed archbald and GambleArchibald Gamble clerk

Copy B H Bin Ton
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Copy of John to
Jos. Roubidoux
notified the 21st in of

notice &
does not agree
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Know all men By these presents, That we Joseph Roubidoux
and Francois ValoisFrancois Valois are held and firmly bound unto
John W. ThompsonJohn W Thompson , Sheriff of the Country of St. LouisSt Louis, his assigns or suc-
cessors in office, in the sum of Three hundred and fifty
Dollars currency of the
United StatesUnited States, to which payment well and truly to be made, we bind our-
selves and each of us by himself, our and each of our heirs, execu-
tors,
administrators and assigns, firmly by these presents. Sealed with
our seals and dated this twenty first day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Eighteen

The Condition Of The Above Obligation Is Such, That
if the above bound Joseph Roubedoux
shall appear at the the next circuit court
to be held at the town of St. LouisSt Louis, on the second Monday
of October next, to answer unto Francis Leclerc
of a plea of trespass on the task, to the Damage
of the said FrancisFrancis one thousand Dollars
and if judgement be given against him at that or any subsequent
term of said court, that the said Joseph Roubidoux will
pay the Damaged aforesaid and costs, or the amount
of the condemnation of the court, or surrender himself in execution there-
of,
or that the said Francois Valoid
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

Jh
Salory

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150

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica
To any Judge or Justice of the
Peace of the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

The reposeing special trust and confidence in
your integrity and circumspection do require and
require and Command you that you cause to come
before you such persons as shall be named to you
by FrancoisFrancois Leclerc LeclercFrancois Leclerc his attorney or agent & then
examine upon their corporal oath to the by you
administeredto change their knowledge of anything
that may to a certain matters of controversy
now pending in our CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court for the county
of St LouisSt Louis, in whichFrancis Leclerc is plaintiff
and Joseph Roubidoux and is defendant on the part of
the plaintiff, and having addressed due the said
to taken by you as aforesaid into , you send
the same under your deal to our send circuit court
together with this commesoion enclosed and
with all .

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Witness ArchibaldArchibald gamble clerk of
our said circuit court at office
in St LouisSt Louis this third day of June eighteen hundred nineteen

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble clerk

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

St LouisSt Louis circhcourt
In Raeation in the clerk office
June 2nd 1819

LeclercLeclerc vs. JosephJoseph Robideaux RobedeauJoseph Robideaux

On Motion of Mr. BentonBenton attorney for the
plaintiff his ruled that a dedimus upon to any judge
or justice of the peace of the county of St LouisSt Louis
to take the depositions of witnesses to be read on the
trial of the above cause on the part of the plaintiff

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk
A true copy of the rule
Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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The execution of this commission appears by a schedule hereunto
annexed. Given at St. LouisSt Louis this 25th day of June 1819.

F.M. Guyol O.J.P.

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Depositions of witnesses, produced, sworn and examined
on the twenty fifth day of June, in the year of our lord eighteen hundred and nineteen, between the hours of nine of the clock in
the forenoon and six of the clock in the afternoon, of that day
at the house and office of F. U. Guyol, in the town of St. LouisSt Louis
in the county of St. LouisSt Louis in the territory, before me F. U. Guyol
a justice of the peace in said county, by virtue of a dedimus for
the examination of a witnesses, in a certain cause now depending
in the circuit court of the aforesaid county of St. LouisSt Louis between
Francois Leclerck and Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux , and wherein said Francois
Leclerk is plaintiff against said Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux , said depositions
taken on behalf and on the part of said plaintiff, and said dedimus
directed to any judge, or justice of the peace within the county of
St LouisSt Louis aforesaid

Charles LaBerge of lawful age being produced
Sworn and examined on the part of the plaintiff, deposeth and sayth
that sometime in July of the year eighteen hundred and sixteen
he formed a partnership with, Citoleux alias Laugerin, Abram LeDoux and Antoine LeDoux, in which they all paid
their share; that after having bought all the goods, wares,
merchandise and other articles, necessary for their trade; the
said deponent furnished them with several articles amounting to One hundred dollars and gave them also fifty dollars in money; upon which said

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advance each of the four members of the company were indebted
to him for one fourth of said sum; the deponent also sayth
that he remained in St. LouisSt Louis, instead of going to trade in the MissouriMissouri, as he had first the intention, and sold to Francois
LeClerk all his interests in said firm and received of said Leclerk
a full and satisfactory compensation for the name, and at the
risks and perils of the said LeClerk, without any recourse
against him, said deponent. And furthermore Deponentsayth not.

Sworn to and subscribed before me
a justice of the peace in the date
aforesaid

J. M. Guyol J.P.

Charleshis X mark LaBerge

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deposition of PrattePratte taken on the thirtieth day of June one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, in conformity
to a notice served on said Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux on the of the
mouth, and notice dated the 26th day of the same.

PrattePratte being duly sworn deposith and sayth
that some place below the riverplatte, he was present when Mr.
Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux said that he was satisfied of Mr LeclercLeclerc
and Laugerin Citoleux and that he would pay to each of them
the sum of one hundred dollars, for their sevices rendered
him in the trade with the and furthermore, deponent sayth not.

Sworn to and subscribed before me
Francis M. Guyol, a justice of the peace
this 30th day of June 1819.

J. M. Guyol J.P.

S. S. Pratte

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JosephJoseph Robideaux RobidouxJoseph Robideaux
ads Francois Leclerk

apt In C C

And the said defendant by
GeyerGeyer his [ atterny ] comes & defends the wrong
when when he & says that he did not under take &
promise in manner and form as the said plantiff hath above thereof in pleading alledged - and
of this he puts himself upon the country

GeyerGeyer for draft
And for further plea in this behalf the said defendant
ways says that the said plantiff ought not to have
or maintain his aforseaid action thereof against him
because he says, that he the said defendant before
the commencement of this writ, to wit, on the fifth day of July in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred & eighteen, at the county aforesaid, paid to the said plantiff the said several sums of money in his
said declaration mentioned, And this he is ready to
verify he prays judgement if the said plantiffs
ought to have or maintain his aforesaid action thereof against-him

GeyerGeyer for defts
And to the plantiff plea a fruithy above plead & wherein he hath put himself upon the country,
the doth the like and for verification to
the second and the peff says that he ought
not to be bannedby any thing said therein, because he says the deft. did not pay the several sums of money there mentioned inmanner & form as then alleged; and this we prays may be of by the country.

benton

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Jos. Robedoux
ads
LeclercLeclerc

Pleas

1. Non apt

2. Payment

Filed the 13th October 1818

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Territory of MissouriMissouri, County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, Sct. The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica,

To the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis county, Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon JohnJohn Kerr KerrJohn Kerr
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay he be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit court on theforthwithday of at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said
court wherein Francis Leclerk plaintiff,
and Joseph RobidouxJoseph Robideaux defendant on the part of the plaintiff and have you then there this writ.

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Witness, Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said circuit court, at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis, this Eleventh day of August in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen
and of the Independence of the United StatesUnited States the forty fourth

Archd Gambled

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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Leclerk John
vs
Robedeau
for John Kern
forthord for pcts

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Executed on JohnJohn Kerr
KerrJohn Kerr . 19th Aug, 1819

John K. Mallseh
D. Shff

Server 33
6
39
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Territory of MissouriMissouri, County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, Sct.
The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica,

To the Sheriff of St LouisSt Louis county, Greeting.

You are hereby commanded Mr PrattPratt Jr JrPratt Jr .vs. John Dougerly
Charles Labege
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit court on the fourth day of August at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said
court wherein Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc is - - - - - - plaintiff,
and JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauJoseph Robideaux is - - - - - defendant on the
and have you then there this writ.

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Witness, Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said circuit court, at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis, this Fourth day of June in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen
and of the Indenpendence of the United StatesUnited States the forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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PrattePratte of DoughertyDougherty
not four
nd. I am told
they are your
up the MissouriMissouri
John K.
D. Shff
2 Nov Ests

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St LouisSt LouisCir. CourtCircut Court
August Term 1819

LeclercLeclerc
vs
Jos. Robideau
for
Mr Pratt JrPratt Jr
John Doug herty
Pliff

August 4 1819

W. Pratto, son of Gen. Pratta

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Territory of MissouriMissouri, County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, Sct. The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica,

To the Sheriff of St CharlesSt Charles county, Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon AndrewAndrew Word
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay he be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit court on the fourth day of August at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said
court wherein Francois LeclercFrancois Leclerc is plaintiff,
and John Robedeau - in defendant on the
part of the Pltff and have you then there this writ.

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Witness, Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said circuit court, at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis, this Fourth day of June in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen
and of the Independence of the United StatesUnited States the forty third

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.

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No. 15
St. LouisSt LouisCirCircut Court CourtCircut Court
August Term 1819

LeclercLeclerc
vs.
Jos Robedeau

For

AndrewAndrew Wood
Plaintiff

August 4 1819

at Chovius ferry
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at Chovius Ferry

Served on AndrewAndrew Wood
at Bellouds Ferry
in the Township of StSt Ferdinand
FerdinandSt Ferdinand by reading
July 31st 1819

D.Shff

Service 33 cts Travel 1.60 1.93 cts
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Territory of MissouriMissouri, County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, sct.
The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica,

To the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis countyßGreeting.

You are here commanded to summon Mr. PrattPratt Jr JrPratt Jr .&Baptiste PapinBaptiste Papin
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit court on the 9th-day of April at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said
court, wherein FrancoisFrancois Leclerc LeclercFrancois Leclerc is plaintiff,
and JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauJoseph Robideaux is defendant on the part of the Pltf and have you then and there this writ.

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Witness, Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said circuit court, at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis, this Ninth day of April in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and hundred Nineteen
and of the Independance of United StatesUnited States the forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis.C.C.
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La Clere
vs.
Jos. Robideau
()
La Clere

Int.
for Day Chouteau
Son of Pierre &
LequisteChouteau
for Pltf.

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Not Executed
by and on
Jos CBrowning
3 1.50
1.50+1.83+1.39+8.8=5.60
to the executed
also

noods of

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Territory of MissouriMissouri, County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, Sct.
The United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica,

To the Sheriff of St. LouisSt Louis county-Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon Mr. Pratt JrPratt Jr .vs.BaptisteBaptiste Papin PapinBaptiste Papin
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper person before the Judge of our circuit court on the Fourth day of August at the town of St. LouisSt Louis,
then there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said
court, wherein FrancisLaclere is plaintiff,
and Joseph RobideauxJoseph Robideaux is defendant on the
part of Pltf and have you then and there this writ.

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Witness, Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said circuit court, at the
town of St. LouisSt Louis, this Thireeenth day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and Nineteen
and of the Independance of the United StatesUnited States the forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis.C.C.
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St LouisSt LouisCir CourtCircut Court
August Term 1819

Francis Laclere
vs.
JosephJoseph Robideaux RobideauxJoseph Robideaux
for
Mr. PrattePratte Jr.vs.
BaptisteBaptiste Papin PapinBaptiste Papin
Pltf

4th August 1819

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Left a copy of
this subpeoneas at
the house of PapinPapin
in the town of StSt Louis
LouisSt Louis where
Iund=
erstoodBaptisteBaptiste Papin -
PapinBaptiste Papin resides
John K. D. Shff
Service 33cts
House 5
38
Pratt not
found â 50 88 cts