William Carshaw v. Isaac White
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Fifty days after date I promise
to pay WilliamWilliam Carshaw Fifty
dollars for value received this
is September 1820

IsaacIsaac W White WIsaac W White .WhiteIsaac W White

NathanNathan Mills
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November the 1820

I assign the within note to Wm. Sampson
for value Received of him

Wm. Cashaw

within note
I Return the to WilliamWilliam Cashaw
WilliamWilliam Sampson
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I. W. White
to note
$ 50



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The State of MissouriMissouri

To the Constable of St LouisSt Louis township
in the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis greeting.

You are here by commanded to Summon IsaacIsaac W White
W. WhiteIsaac W White to appear before the undersigned one of the
justices of the peace within and for said county
on the 17th day of the present month of January
at the court house in the township of St LouisSt Louis in
said County within the hours of ten clock in
the forenoon and three o clock in the afternoon of
the said day to answer to WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow
in an action of debt on a promissory note
for Fifty dollars, dated 18 September 1820

Given under my hand this 8th day of January 1829


Justice of the Peace
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No 2 Carshaw

Executed June 10 1829
by reading the
within to deponent
IW White in the
City of St LouisCity of St Louis

S. Blood C

service 25
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We, the undersigned, Isaac WhiteIsaac White and John L SuttonJohn L Sutton
acknowledge ourselves to be indebted to WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow
in the sum of one hundred and ten dollars, to be levied of
our respective goods and chattels, lands and linements, upon condition, nevertheless, that, whereas the said Isaac WhiteIsaac White
hath appeared from the Judgment of Jos. C BrownBrown a
justice of the peace, in a certain action wherein the said
Isaac WhiteIsaac White is defendant and WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow is plaintiff
now, if the said Isaac WhiteIsaac White the appellant, shall prosecute
his said appeal with effect, pay and satisfy the condemnation money and all costs, on otherwise abide the judgment
of the circuit court in said appeal, then this recognizance
to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.

Taken and certified 26th Jany 1829.

Jos. C. BrownBrown Justice of the peace

IsaacIsaac White WhiteIsaac White

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County & township of St LouisSt Louis
State of MissouriMissouri

Be it remembered that heretofore
to wit on the 8th day of January 1829WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow
by his agent Wm. Darby filed with the subscribing justice
of the County & township aforesaid an instrument
in writing executed by Isaac W WhiteIsaac W White on the 18th September 1820 for fifty dollars to be paid fifty days
after the date thereof. which instrument of writing
is herewith sent up, whereupon a writ of summons was issued against the said IsaacIsaac , which
said writ is also herewith sent up: and afterwards
to wit on the return day of the said writ a trial
of the cause was had before the said justice and
then witness made thereof in his do that are as follows-

WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow
Isaac WhiteIsaac White

Now at this 17th day of January 1829 the return day of
this writ in this case comes the plaintiff by his agent Mr.DarbyDarby & the
defendant by his agent Mr. and the action being founded on a
note or instrument in writing the execution of which is not denied, Therefore
it is considered that the said WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow recover against the
said Isaac WhiteIsaac White the sum of fifty dollars for his debt & four dollars & fifty six cents for his damages being the interest thereon to this
date, and also his costs by him about his suit in this behalf as provided
and that he have therof accusation-

After the rendition of the judgment in this case & on the same
day the defendant by his agent asks our appeal from the decision of
the justice to the circuit court which is granted-

The appellant files his recognizance26th Jany 1829

I certify the above to be a true copy from the entry of the
case proceedings in this case from my district -

March 23r. 1829

Js.C BrownBrown

Justice of the peace

Dismissed from the docket for want of notice and bond not
filed when appeal was prayed to page 271 No 5

Archd GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

Sums 18 3/4
Judg - 37 1/2
Recogni 25
81 1/4
fees -
Sums - 25
0 1.06 1/4
Costs. of this
$1.36 2/4
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No 71

St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term 1829

WilliamWilliam CorshowCorshow
IsaacIsaac White WhiteIsaac White

Filed 23rd March 1829

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble clerk