Louis Beaudain v. John P. Cabanne and Antoine Cheru
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MissouriMissouri Territory Circuit CourtCircuit Court of St Louis
County of the term of October one thousand eight hundred & eighteen

St LouisSt Louis county vs Luis Beaudain Plaintiff
in this suit complain of John Plabbou
& AntoineAntoine Merchants and
cabbane in trade, drafting in merchandize under the name style & firm of Cabbane &, of a plea of trespass
on the loar- for that whereas the
said Plaintiff to wit on the twenty fifth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred & fifteen at St LouisSt Louis in the county
St LouisSt Louis & within the jurisdiction of
this court, at the special appointment
and request of the said Defendants
had agreed to enter into their service &
employment as a trader and had
agreed to go up the MissouriMissouri river and
its dependencies to trade with the Indians
for the said Defendants as their agent- and to continue in such their
service & employment untill the first day of June thereafter - the said Defendants
in consideration thereof promised to
pay to the said Plaintiff therefor three
hundred dollars at the expiration
of the said term of service-

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And the said Plaintiff says that afterward,
to wit on the same day & year aforesaid,
in permanance of this said agreement
he intend into the service & employment
of the said Defendants as such trader and proceeded up the MissouriMissouri river
& its dependencies - and carried on trade
& merchandizing the said Defendants
among the Indians there, according to
the directions & instructions of the said
Defendants and continued in their service as such trader, - performing all the
duties incumbent upon him to do and
perform as such trader under the said
agreement, untill the first day of June one thousand eight hundred & sixteen
and untill his term of service was completely
expired &ended- yet the said
Defendants although often requested
have not paid to the said Plaintiff the
said sum of three hundred dollars or
any part thereof- but to pay the same have hitherto wholly refused & still do
refuse to the great damage of the said Plaintiff

And for that whereas the said Defendants
afterwards to wit on the first day of July one thousand eight hundred & seventeen at the place & within the jurisdiction

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aforesaid were indebted to the said plaintiff in
the further sum of four hundred dollars
for the work & labor care & dilligence of the
said plaintiff, before that time done && performed
by the said Plaintiff in and
about the business of the said Defendants
as this servant or agent in a trading voyage
up the MissouriMissouriRiver & its dependencies
among the Indians and at the special instance
& request of the said Defendents
And being so indebted, they the said Defendants
in consideration thereof afterwards to wit
on the same day & year last aforesaid at the
place & within the jurisdiction aforesaid undertook
& faithfully & to pay
said Plaintiff the said last mentioned
sum of money when they should be there-
unto afterwards requested.

And whereas also the said Defendants, afterwards,
to wit, on the same day & year last
aforesaid at the place & within the jurisdiction
aforesaid in consideration, that the said Plaintiff
at the like special intance & request of the
said Defendants had before that time done
Informed of other his work & labor
care & dilligence in & about the business of
the said Defendants as their servant or agent
in a trading voyage up the MissouriMissouri river
& its dependencies among the Indians and
in them carrying on trade & merchandizing for

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them. They the said Defendant, undertook and
then & there faithfully promised the said Plain-
tiff to pay him so much money as he there
for reasonably deserved to have for the
same. When they the said Defendants should
be thereunto afterwards requested. And the said Plaintiff avers that he themfore reasonably
deserved to have of the said Defendants
the further sum of four hundred dollars
to wit at the place & within the jurisdiction
aforesaid whereof the said Defendants afterwards
to wit on the same day & year
last aforesaid there had another - Yet the
said Defendants although after requested&
have not paid to the said Plaintiff the said
several sums of money above
or any part themof, but to pay the same
have hitherto wholly refrained & still do
to the damage of the said Plaintiff
of six hundred dollars and thereof
he brings suitto.

Barton Pettibone for Plaintiff

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No 117
St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
Oct. of 1818

Louis Beaudain
vs John P. Cabbane &
AntoineAntoine C

Declaration in case

Issue summons in
case damage six
hundred dollars.

BartonBarton and PettibonePettibone Atts. for Plff.

Filed this 29th Aug. 1818

A. GambleArchibald Gamble , Clk.

Sept 18th
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Territory of MissouriMissouri County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis

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

We command you to summon John PJohn P Cabbane
CabbaneJohn P Cabbane and AntoineAntoine Merchants and
copartners in tradedealing in Merchanderized under
the name style and firm &
that they be and appear before the Judge of ourCircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court at the next term thereof to the hold at
the town of St. LouisSt Louiswithin and for the county
of St. LouisSt Louis on the second Monday of October
next then and there to unto Louis Beau
docres of a plea of trespass on the case to the
danger of said plantiff six hundred dollars
and have you thereo there they

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Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk
of county at office
the twenty ninth day of August Eighteen hundred & eighteen&
of our Independance the forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Executed by the acknowledgement of John PJohn P
Cabban and Antoin on the 18th day of Sep 1818 in the town of St. LouisSt Louis

J.W. Thompson

Service $1.20
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Louis BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
vs. John P. Cabbamm
AntoineAntoine Cheru

St. LouisCircuit Court CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court
In vocation
July 19th 1819

On motion of the defendants
by their Attorney it is ruled that a Dedi-
mus issued to any Judge or Justice of the
peace of the County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis to take the
depositions of witnesses to be read on the trial
of the whom cause on the part of the defen-
dants.--

Arch. de GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk

A true copy of the

Arch. de GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk

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A true copy of the rule

To the above named Louis Beaudou plaintiff - Take notice
that on Saturday next being the twenty fourth day of
this month between the hours of ten O'clock in the
morning & sixO'c lock in the evening the deposi
=tions of witnesses will be taken at the offcie
of WilliamWilliam C. CarrCarr in the Town of St LouisSt Louis to
be read on the Trial of the foregoing suit.
St. LouisSt Louis19th July 1819.

WillWill C. CarrCarr

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Attorney for
CabanneCabanne &
CountyCounty of St Louis of StCounty of St Louis. LouisCounty of St Louis personally appeared before me aJustice
of the Peace, who being duly
south that he hath on the day personally serve the above
named Louis with of the above rule and

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BeaudoinBeaudoin
vs Cabbamm &

Filed5th august 1819

A.Clk

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further

to
July 1879 Before we

. . Amouseuse

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Territory of MissouriMissouri
county of St. LouisSt Louis

Be it remembered that on the twenty fourth day of July, in the forty four
year of the independence of the United StatesUnited States of AmericaAmerica, (A. D. 1819.) before
me Francis M. Guyol, one of the justices of the peace within and for the
county of St. LouisSt Louis aforesaid, personally appeared Alexis LoiseAlexis Loise , who being
sworn on the Holy Evangelists, (by virtue of a dedimus notice and rule
dated the nineteenth day of July 1819) Deposedeth and
sayth, that some time about three or four years ago, Louis BodouinBodouin was
engaged on a voyage or wintering trade () for Chemié and Cabané
and started from St. LouisSt Louis to pursue his voyage in a boat wherein the
defendant was also engaged as a hand, that said Louis Boudain was as acknowledged
the bourgeois or trading clerck of Cabané and Chemie, and that when
getting to cotes , said BodouinBodouin then begun drinking and
continued so drinking until he had no more liguor: that when theygot
to the wintering ground the said BodouinBodouin being sometimes drunk was not able
to trade with the Indians when they came for that purpose.
Question by the defendant. When Louis BodouinBodouin was drunk and the
Indians came to trade, and when this L. Bodouin's brother demanded
him the of the store to trade with these Indians Did he not refuse to give it?

Answer: yes he did so.

Question: When the a , came to trade was then Louis BodouinBodouin drunk?

Answer: Yes, he was a little intoxicated.

Question: Was he then able to trade with the Indians?

Answer: He said to the that if they would come and
trade with them all their he would give them a little keg
of one gallon of wisky; the indians brought in their and
BodouinBodouin being drunk took these and threw them out;
and the indians and drew his pistol upon them, after
having much disputes with them. After having pushed the

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indians and pulling out, they demanded of him the keg he had promised to gave
them, Louis BodouinBodouin refused to give it, saying he had not the
. The said BodouinBodouin had been drinking with the indians.
The indians took their pettries, and went to trade them with CharlesCharles
.

Question: To the best of your knowledge how many packs us as there
at the time you left the trading ground of the to go and trade with
the pawnes.

Answer: there was ten packs of deerskins, three of racoons and one of beaver.

Question: At the time BodouinBodouin was drinking and
with the indians did they breake the door of the store and
pillage it?

Answer: Yes.

Question: Out of the fiveteen packs that were in the store
how many did Louis BodouinBodouin trade himself

answer: Louis BodouinBodouin traded a small part of these
and his brother traded all the rest. and the witness stated
that Louis BodouinBodouin , made no other voyage for Cabané and
Cherié but the one aforesaid.

Question by planitifs attoney: do you know how long, Louis
BodouinBodouin remained in the employment of Cherié and Cabané?

Answer: eight or nine months.

Question: Among what nations did you go with Louis BodouinBodouin
to trade?

Answer: I went with Louis BodouinBodouin to the , but did not
go with him to the .

Question: Where did you trade with the Ayowais?

Answer: at the Otos trading ground.

Question: Why did Louis BodouinBodouin throw out the of
the indians?

Answer: he does not know, because he did not understand

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Question: Whos there much trading done?

Answer: Very little.

Question: did many indians come to trade with you?.

Answer: When the indians came from abroad, they came to trade and traded when they could.

Question: do you know of any pethies buy carried away from the trading ground by the indians?.

Answer: They carried then back whenever [ the ] came to trade and Louis BodouinBodouin being drunk would not trade with them..

Question: Was Louis BodouinBodouin always drunk during the voyage or wintering?.

Answer: yes, but some times he was in his good=senses then he traded with the indians.

Question: Daveprocured great many pettris for the company that reason?

Answer: No, we did but very little.

Question: did you return to St. LouisSt Louis with BodouinBodouin ?.

Answer: Yes. And further this deponent sayth not.

AlexisAlexis LouiseLouise his mark X

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And BaptisteBaptiste Marchal being also sworn deponeth
and sayth that he saw Louis BodouinBodouin who was in throw an
indian out of the door with his pettries; the indian told the deponent
to take the petries, so he did, and carried them away. Then â
CharlesCharles Sauguiret traded for that pettry, the deponent was one of the
of CharlesCharles Sauguinet. The deponent further sayth

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he saw Louis BodouinBodouin often times intoxicated, but as he was not
this deponents he did not take much notice of his
conduct. This was at the wintering ground of the Otos..
deponent also sayth he understood D. Bodouin was in the employ=ment
of Cabané and Chemié at that time and further this deponent
sayth not.

BaptisteBaptiste Mauchal his + mark

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The foregoing depositions signed and sworn to before me Fr.
M. Guyola justice of the peace for the county aforesaid
on the date in their behalf before written, at the office
of WilliamWilliam C. CarrCarr between the hours of ten in the
morning and six of the clock in the evening, to be read
as evidenced in a case now pending in a circuit court
of St. Louis County, between Louis BodouinBodouin plaintiff and
Antoine CheriéAntoine Cherié and John PJohn P . Cabanedefendants.

F. M. Guyol J.P.

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Louis BodouinBodouin
vs.
Cabané & Cherié

Antoine Cherié one of the defendants
makes oath that PierrePierre Glada&RogersRogers Descover are
& materialwitnesses for the defendants on the heal of the
suit - that a subpoena has sure
for them - that the defendants came of prove the same
facts by any other witnesses that they know of it & that the
have was on the ground to believe they can
her they or attendance at the next
of their suit--

AntoineChence

sworn to
a few april 18th 1819

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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filed april 18th 1819

AArchibald Gamble GambleArchibald Gamble Clk.

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John PJohn P Cabanne CabanneJohn P Cabanne &
Antoine Cherie
ads
LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin

In the CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court October Term 1818

And now at this court the said
Defendants by Wil. C.CarrCarr their Attorney
and defend the wrong &
day the Plantiff his action thereof
against then most to have & man
tain because they say they did not under
take, promise & approve in manner & form the said Plantiff in his declaration hath & of this they put them solved upon the country.

R. WashR Wash Atty.for Will. G. CarrCarr

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And the said Plaintiff doth the like on
R. Pettibone Atty for Pltf

And for further plea they say the
Plaintiff ought not to have & maintain his
thereof against them in manner & form or
became they say, before the impetrotion
of the Plaintiffs writ viz on the first day of August eighteen hundred & eighteen at the
Town of St LouisSt Louis in the county of St LouisSt Louis they
will & truly paid & the Plaintiff his
demand above complained of & this they
are ready to hereby whereform or

R. WashR Wash Atty
pgr. for Will. G. CarrCarr

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And the said plaintiff saith that he ought not he
learned because he says that the said Defendant and
not pay in manner & is above forth of this

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he puts himself upon the country.

RR Pettibone PettiboneR Pettibone Atty for Pltff And the Deft cloth
the like.

R WashR Wash Atty for Deft

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Pleas filed Oct 20th 1818

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clk

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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 CharlesCharles Sanguine & La violette
Louis Grand Gingette
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 nineteenth day of February 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, wherin Louis Beandain is plaintiff,
and John P Cabbone & AntoineAntoine Behevier defendant on the
part of the plaintiff 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 sevententh day of February in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and eighteen 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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served this writ on
CharlesCharles Sanguinette SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette
by Leaving a copy
hereof with Jonathon
B.Bright at the store of
Sanguinette & bright in the town of St LouisSt Louis
where his inherant at
March 12th 1819
This time

J.C. McGirkMcGirk DShff

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Served this writ on
Louis Grand, 31st March 1819 by reading
it to him the
interpreting in the
village of

JohnJohn K Walker KJohn K Walker WalkerJohn K Walker DShff

Gingette not served in
this country

Louis Grand DShff.

MissouriMissouri
2 Services 66
1 momest 50
116
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St LouisCircuit Court
Circuit CourtCircuit Court
Feb Term

Louis Beandain
vs John P Cabbone & AntoineAntoine Cheme

for
CharlesCharles SaugunetteLa violette
Louis
Grand
Gingette

19 Feb 1819 at
for
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Served this writ on La violette
by reading
it to her ManuelManuel
in-
31th March in town
St LouisSt Louis-


JK Walker D Shff-

B Serverses 99
travel 90
Non Est 50
$2.39
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Territory of MissouriMissouri, Country of St. LouisSt Louis, sct.
The United StatesUnited States AmericaAmerica,

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

You are hereby commanded to summon Alexis LoiseAlexis Loise Louis Mannel
LisaLisa Baphste
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 nineteenth day of February 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 Louis Beaudain is plaintiff,
and John P Cabbone & Antoine Cherrie is defendants on the
part of the plaintiff 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 Seventeeth day of December in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and Eighteeth and of the Independace of the United StatesUnited States the forty third

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.

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Served on Manuel LisaManuel Lisa
in Town St. LouisSt Louis17th Dec 1818

Jos. C BrownBrown Shff

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Served on Louis Ouvre
by reading to him in
the village of St LouisSt Louis and
St FerdinandSt Ferdinand Town
ship April 1st 1819

IsaacIsaac C. McGirkMcGirk D
DMcGirk D . Shff

AlexisAlexis Levise & Baphtiste
Deronun not found
I. C. McGirk DMcGirk D .Shff
Service 66
2 non Ests- 1.00
travel sum 90
â
$2.56
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90- St LouisCircuit Court
CircuitCircuit Court CourtCircuit Court
Feb Term

Louis Beandain
vsJohn P Cabbone
AntoineAntoine Chemes

for Alexis LoiseAlexis Loise
Louis Ouvre
Manuel LisaManuel Lisa
Baphtiste

19 Feb 1879

Petition for
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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 PierrePierre Gladec Roque

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 fifteenth 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 Louis Boudain is Plaintiff,
and Cabanne& Cherie are defendants on the
part of the Defendant 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 fifteenth day of March in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen
and of the Independance of the United StatesUnited States and forty third

A GambleArchibald Gamble

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

Louis Boudoin
vs Cabanne &Chemie

for PierrePierre Glader

15th April 1819

be Glade on
CarrCarr attn
Deft
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PierrePierre Glade &
Rogue Douroin
not formed in StSt Louis
LouisSt Louis county 5th April 1819

J.
KK Walker .

WalkerK Walker
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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 Charles SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette &
La violette Louis Grand Gingethe
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 Sixth 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 Louis Beandoine is plaintiff,
P. Cabbane & Antoine Chemie are defendents on the
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 seventeenth day of march 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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executed on Charles SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette by
leaving a copy hereof at the store
of Sanguinette & Bright 3s July 1819

John K WalkerJohn K Walker Dep

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St LouisSt LouisCir. CourtCircut Court
August Term 1819

Louis BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
vs.
CabbaneCabbane Chemie & ChemieCabbane Chemie

for Charles SanguinetteCharles Sanguinette
La violette
Louis Grand
" Gingette

6th August 1819

Petition for
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La violette
Louis Grand
& Gingette
not found
4th august 1819
1 service 33
3 non ests 1.50
travel 9
$1.92

I.C. McGirkMcGirk D
DMcGirk D . Shff

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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 PierrePierre

that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit on the sixth 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 no pending in our said
court, wherin Louis Boudoin is plaintiff,
and CabbaneCabbane Chemie ChemieCabbane Chemie are defendants on the
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 Seventeenth 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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One not
found & RogueDeroin
not found
in this county

John. K. Walker Shff

2 Non Ests 1.00
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14

St. LouisCircuit Court
Circuit CourtCircuit Court
August Term 1819

LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
vs
CabbaneCabbane Chemie & ChemieCabbane Chemie for

+ Pierre
+ & Rogue Durouon

6th Aug 1819

CarrCarr attn for
Defendant
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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 StSt Louis. LouisSt Louis county-Greeting.

You are here commanded to summon AlexisAlexis Loise LoiseAlexis Loise LouisOuvre
ManuelManuel Lisa LisaManuel Lisa & BaptisteDerouin
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay they be and [ appeam ]appear in proper person before the
Judge of our ciicuit court on the sixth 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, wherin LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin is plaintiff,
and JohnJohn P Cabbane PJohn P Cabbane .CabbaneJohn P Cabbane & Antoine Chemie are defendants on the
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 seventeenth day of May in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and hundred 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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Saint LouisCircuit Court
Circuit CourtCircuit Court
April Term 1819

LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
vs.Cabbane &Chemie H Hence

for AlexisAlexis Loise LoiseAlexis Loise
Louis Ourve
+ ManuelManuel Lisa LisaManuel Lisa &
BaptisteBaptiste

06th Aug 1819

Petition for
plaintiff
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Executed onManuelManuel Lisa
LisaManuel Lisa 30th July 1819 in the town of
St. Louis Louis=
Alexis Louise
&BaphtisteDourin
not found

JohnJohn K Walker K. WalkerJohn K Walker
D. Shffservice 33 3 non ests 130 1.63

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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 Christopher Sanguinette Alexis Loise Baptiste Maushall Baroviet Vasquez
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 Sixth 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 Louis Beaudome is Plaintiff, and Chenmer &Cabbane are defendants on the part of the defendant 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 twenty fourth day of July in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen and of the Independence of the United StatesUnited States the forty fourth

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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Executed on
this Lang=
uinette by leaving a copy
at his place of residence28th July on Bosa
net by
leaving a copy with his wife at
his residence 2nd August 1819
AlexisAlexis Louis
& Bapthiste
not found

John K WalkerJohn K Walker D Shff

Service 66 2Non ests 1.00 travel 3 $1.69
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45

August Term 1819

Louis BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin
vs
Chenier & Cabbane
for Defendant

Christopher Sanguinette
Alexis Louise
Bapt MarshallMarshall
x Baronet Vasquis

August 6 1819

CarrCarr attorny
for Defendant

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1.69
.50
1
1.38
1.22
1.83
1.16
2.56
1.0
1.92
.75
15.01

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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 Joseph RobideauxJoseph Robideaux Gregoire
Aubushon ChristopherChristopher Sangiunette
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 sixth 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 Louis Boudainis plaintiff,
and John P CabbanneJohn P Cabbane & AntoineAntoine Chemier defendants on the
part of the plaintiffs 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 28 day of july in the year of our lord, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen
and of the Independence of the United StatesUnited States the forty fourth

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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35

August Term 1819

Louis Boudain
vs Subp
J P Cabbanne &

Antoine Chenier
for plaintiff
Joseph RobideauxJoseph Robideaux
Gregor Aubushon
- Christopher Sanguinette

August 6th 1819

Pettitione attor
for plaintiff

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Executed on Joseph RobideauxJoseph Robideaux
21st July 1819
by reading it to him in the
Town of St LouisSt Louis
on C Sanguinette
30th by leaving a
copy it at the store
Gregoin Cuibshor
not found

John K WalkerJohn K Walker
DShff

Service 66
Non Est 56
travel 6
$1.22
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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 Amable Deruoin ManuelManuel Lisa
LisaManuel Lisa , Bernard PratteBernard Pratte & PierrePierre Choutáu Sum
that setting aside all manner of excuse delay they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our circuit court on the nineth 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 Louis BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin is paintiff,
and J B Cabanne & A. Cherie defendants on the
part of the defendants 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 sixth 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

A. GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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Excuted on
Amoble DerouinDerouin
Mr. Bernard PratteBernard Pratte
PierrePierre Chouteau ChouteauPierre Chouteau
on the 6th Augt
full
seven month

John K. WalkerJohn K Walker
DShff

& Service 1.32
house 6
$1.38
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Beandouin
vs
Cabanne & Cherie

Amable Deruoin
Manuel LisaManuel Lisa
Bernard PratteBernard Pratte
Pierre ChouteauPierre Chouteau

9th Augt 1819

GeyerGeyer attn
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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 Rogue De Raccon
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 sixth 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 LouisLouis Beaudoin BeaudoinLouis Beaudoin is plaintiff ,
and Cabbane&Cherieare defendants on the
part of the Diffendants 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, thissixth 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

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk, St. LSt Louis. C.C.
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BeaudoinBeaudoin
vsCabbanne& Cherie
for Rogue De

6th Augt for

Defts

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Rouge De Baccin not found
JohnJohn K Walker KJohn K Walker .WalkerJohn K Walker
DShff
Non Est50