William H. Pepper v. Isaac White
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In the St Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court for the march Term thereof in the year of our Lord 1829

In the St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court

County of St LouisCounty of St Louis Set.

William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper by DarbyDarby his
attorney complains of Isaac WhiteIsaac White , brings of a plea
that he under into him the said plaintiff, the sum of
one hundred twenty five dollars, with interest thereon at
the rate of six per centum per annum from the 4th day of January 1818 until paid, which to him he owes
and from him unjustly detains. For that whereas, the
said plaintiff William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper heretofore, to wit, on
saturday the Twenty - third day of May in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eighteen, before the
Honorable Adam Beatty Judge of the Mason Circuit
Court, at the court house in the Town of WashingtonWashington County,
CountyWashington County of Mason and Commonwealth of KentuckyKentucky
by the Consideration and Judgement of the said
Court, recovered against the said defendant IsaacIsaac White
WhiteIsaac White , a Certain debt of one hundred and twenty five
dollars with interest thereon at the rate of six
centum peramum from the 4th day of January 1818, until
paid; and also his costs and charges by him about
his suit in that behalf expanded, which in and by
the said Court, then and there adjudged
to the said William HWilliam H Pepper . PepperWilliam H Pepper for his damages
which he had sustained, as well by reason of the
detention of the said debt, as for his costs and charges
by him about suit in that behalf expended,
whereof the said IsaacIsaac white was convicted, as
by the record and proceedings thereof remain-

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ing in the said Court a true Copy of Which, or
full and complete transcript of the papers and proceed-
ings in the said suit, wherein the judgement aforesaid
was rendered, as certified by the Clerk of said Court
under the seal of the said Court, and which is now
to the Court hour shown more fully appears;
which said Judgement still remains in full force
and effect, not reversed, satisfied or otherwise
vacated and the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
hath not obtained, any satisfaction of or upon said
Judgement, so recovered as aforesaid; whereby an action
hath accrued to the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper to
demand and have of and from the said IsaacIsaac White
WhiteIsaac White , the sum of one hundred and twenty five
dollars with interest thereon at the rate of Six per
centum per annum, from the fourth day of January 1818 until paid : Yet the said Isaac WhiteIsaac White (although
often requested lo to do) hath not yet paid the said
sum of one hundred and twenty - five dollars, with
interest thereon at the rate of Six per centum per
annum from the 4th day of January 1818. until paid
above demanded, the said William HWilliam H Pepper .
PepperWilliam H Pepper But he to do this hath hitherto wholly refused
and still doth refuse. To the damage
of the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper of eighty - five
dollars, and therefore he brings suit

Filed 6 March 1829

fees paid

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble clerk

DarbyDarby
P. Q.

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Know all men by that presents That I, John F. DarbyJohn F Darby
of the city of St. LouisSt Louis in the state of MissouriMissouri are
held and firmly bound unto Isaac WhiteIsaac White in the sum
of fifty dollars, Lawful money of the U. StatesUnited States, to the
payment of which, will and truly to be made I bind
my self, my heirs. executers and administrators, firmly
by these presents. I can do with my Seal. Dated at St.
Louisthis sixth day of March in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and Twenty nine.

The above obligation, is never the less made upon this
condition: Whereas, William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper has this day come
an action of debt, in the St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
on a judgement heretofore reversed in the Mason Circuit
Court in the State ofKentucky KentuckyKentucky. Now therefore: if the
said John F. DarbyJohn F Darby shall pay, or cause to be paid,
all costs which may accrue in the aforesaid action now
instituted in the St. Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court wherein the Said
Willian H. Pepper is plaintiff and the said IsaacIsaac White
WhiteIsaac White is defendant, then this obligation is to become
null and void otherwise to remain in full force
and virtue: witness my hand and seal the day
and a year aforesaid -

John F. DarbyJohn F Darby

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County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis Ss.
The State of MissouriMissouri

to the sheriff of the county of St LouisSt Louis Greeting

We command you to summon Isaac WhiteIsaac White that he be and appear before
the Judge of our Circuit court at the next term thereof to be held at the
city of St LouisSt Louis within and for the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis on the fourth monday
of March instant then and there to answer unto William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
of a plea that he render unto him the said plaintiff the sum of one
hundred twenty five Dollars with interest thereon at the rate of Six per
centum per annum from the 4th day of January 1818 until paid to the
damage of the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper of Eighty five dollars and have
you then there this writ

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Witness Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble a Clerk of our said Court
at office this Sixth day of March One Thousand Eight Hundred and twenty Nine

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Executed this writ, March 6. 1829 on Isaac WhiteIsaac White
by reading to him the Declaration & summons & his
acknowledging service, in the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

R. SimpsonR Simpson , Shrf

Service $ 1.00
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No 51

St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term, 1829

In the. St. Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court,March Term 1829

William H.Pepper
vs 6
Isaac WhiteIsaac White

This is an action of debt
for $ 125. with interest on
foreign Judgmt.Damage
$ 85.00-
Let a summons issue
for deft.

DarbyDarby
P.Q.

Filed 6th March 1829

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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State of KentuckyKentucky Sct.

William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper Plaintiff
against In Debt Issac White defendant

Pleas at the Court house in the town of
Washington. County of Mason and Commonwealth
of KentuckyKentucky, before the Honorable Adam
Beatty. Judge of the Mason Circuit Court, on
Saturday the 23rd day of May 1812

Be it remembered that heretofore, to wit:
on the 13th day to April 1818.William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
by his attorney A. R. Depew, filed in the Clerks
office of the Mason Circuit Court, his certain
declaration of a plea of debt, against IsaacIsaac White
WhiteIsaac White . in the words and figures following to wit:

Mason CountyMason County and Circuit Sct.

Declaration

William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper complains of IsaacIsaac White
WhiteIsaac White in Custody & of a plea that he render
unto him said plaintiff the sum of One
hundred and twenty five dollars, which to
him he owes and from him unjustly detains.
For that whereas the said defendant on the
4th day of January 1817, at the Circuit and
County aforesaid, by his certain writing obligations, sealed with his seal, and now to the
Court here shown, the date whereof is the day
and year last aforesaid, promised that he
said defendant, twelve months after the
date of said writing obligations. would pay to
the said plaintiff, the said sum of $ 125

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Whensoever he said defendant should be there
unto afterwards requested: Nevertheless the said
defendant although after requested & hath not
as yet paid the said sum of $125. nor any part
thereof, but to pay the same, hath hitherto
wholly failed and refused, and still doth refuse & to the damage of the plaintiff $ 125
and therfore he brings his suit &C.

A. R.Depew p.q.

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Note

The note upon which the foregoing declaration
was founded is as follows to wit:

Twelve months after date, I promise to
pay William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper , the sum of One
hundred and twenty five dollars, for value
received, as witness my hand and seal this
>4th of January 1817.

Isaac WhiteIsaac White

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attest
WashingtonWashington Bale

Credit

Upon the back of which is the following credit.

Received of the within, Fifty dollars
this 12th. November 1817.

W.H.Pepper

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Upon the foregoing declaration, issued the following. capias ad respondendum : to wit:

CapiasCapias

"The Commonwelth of KentuckyKentucky To the
Sheriff of Mason CountyMason County: Greeting: We
command you to take Isaac WhiteIsaac White if
he may be found within your bailiwick and
him safely to keep. so that you have his body
before the Judge of our Mason Circuit Court
at the Court house thereof in the town of
WashingtonWashington. on the first day of the next May

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Term to answer William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper of a plea
of debt one hundred and twenty five dollars-
Damage one hundred and twenty five dollars.
And have then and there this writ. Witness
MarshallMarshall Key Clerk of our said Court
at the Court house aforesaid, the 13th day of april 1818, and in the 26th year of our
Commonwealth.

MarshallMarshall Key

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Upon the foregong is the following endorsment and return. to wit

"This is an action of debt. Bail is required.

A. R.Depew for pltff.

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Came to hand 13th April 1818.

Executed on the within named Isaac WhiteIsaac White
the 15th April 1818. and Adam McFerranWilliam
Hannah and John Howard became his
special Bail.

J. R. Bullock,dy,for J.J. Worthington S.M.C.

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We do hereby acknowledge ourselves special
Bail, for the within named Isaac WhiteIsaac White in
the suit named in the within writ.
Witness our hands and seals this 15th April 1818

WilliamWilliam Hanna

John Howard

Adam McFerran

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At a Court held for the Mason Circuit on
Saturday the 23rd day of May 1818.

Judgment

Came the plaintiff by his attorney and
having filed his declaration on the 13th day to April 1818. and the original writ which issued
thereon being duly executed, the defendant
was solemnly called but came not: Therefore

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it is considered by the Court, that the plaintiff
recover against the said defendant the sum
of one hundred and twenty five dollars, the
debt in the specially filed herein mentioned
with Interest thereon at the rate of six
per centum per annum from the 4th day of January 1818. until paid: and also his
costs by him about his suit in this behalf expended.
and the said defendant in mercy.

But this judgment is to have credit for
Fifty dollars paid on the 12th day of November 1817. as per endorsement on said note.''

upon the foregoing Judgment issued the
following executions to wit:

1st Execution

``The Commonwealth of KentuckyKentucky. To the Sheriff of MasonMason County CountyMason County, Greeting: We command
your, that of the estate of IsaacIsaac White WhiteIsaac White , late
of your bailiwick you cause to be made the sum
of One hundred and twenty five dollars with Interest
thereon at the rate of six per centum per annum
from the 4th day of January 1818 until paid
which WilliamWilliam H Pepper HWilliam H Pepper . PepperWilliam H Pepper , lately in our Mason
Circuit Count, hath recovered against him
for debt and interest; also the sum of five
dollars, sixty three and half cents which to the
said WilliamWilliam H Pepper HWilliam H Pepper . PepperWilliam H Pepper in the same Court
was adjudged for his costs in that suit expanded
whereof he is convicted, as appears to us of accordance
that your have the said debt. interest
and costs before the Judge of our said court
on the third Wednesday in July next, to render
to the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper of the debt
interest and costs aforesaid, and have then
there this writ. Witness, MarshallMarshall Key. Clerk
of our said Court, at the Court house in WashingtonWashington,
the 5th day of June 1818, and in

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the 27th year of the Commonwealth

MarshallMarshall Key

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Endorsement and return thereon to wit:

This execution is to have credit for Fifty dollars
paid on the 12th day of November 1817. per
Judgement.

Attest. Marhall Key Clerk

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Came to hand 6th June 1818. at 10 `O' Clock
A. M. No property found

J. R. Bullock, D S. for J. J. Worthington J. M. C.''

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Q C. Execution

The Commonwealth of KentuckyKentucky. To the
Sheriff of MasonMason County CountyMason County: Greeting: We command
you that you take Isaac WhiteIsaac White , if he
be found within your bailiwick, and him
safely keep so that you have his body, before
our Judge of our Mason Circuit Court, the
third Wednesday in June next to satisfy WilliamWilliam H Pepper
H. PepperWilliam H Pepper of the sum of One hundred
and twenty five dollar with Interest thereon
at the rate of six per centum per annum
from the 11th day of January 1818until paid
which the said William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper hath recovered
against him for debt and interest: also the
sum of five dollars, ninety six and half cents
which to the said W. H. Pepper in the same
Court was adjudged for his costs by him about
his suit in this behalf expanded, whereof he
is convicted as appears to us of record, and that
you have the said IsaacIsaac White WhiteIsaac White , before the Judge
of our said Court, on the third wednesday
in June next to render the said William HWilliam H Pepper .
PepperWilliam H Pepper and have then and there this writ.

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Witness MarshallMarshall Key. Clerk of our said
Court at the Court house is the town of WashingtonWashington
on the 20th day of April 1819, and in
the 27th years of the Commonwealth.

MarshallMarshall Key.

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Endorsment and returnthereon to wit.
"This execution is to have credit for Fifty dollars
paid on the 12th day of november 1817 per
judgement.

TesteMarshallMarshall Key. Clk

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Came to hand 21st april 1819. The
within named Isaac WhiteIsaac White is no inhabit
ant of this Commonwealth.

Leroy Dobyns, dy for
LBaldwinSMC

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Mason Circuit Set.

I MarshallMarshall Key Clerk of the Court foresaid Circuit,
certify that the foregoing six pages contain a full
and complete transcript of the and procedings
in the suit of WilliamWilliam H Pepper HWilliam H Pepper .PepperWilliam H Pepper against
IsaacIsaac White WhiteIsaac White from the records of my office.

In Testimony whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and affixed the seal
of said Court at WashingtonWashington the
2nd day of January 1829 and in the
37th year of the commonwealth.

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MarshallMarshall Key

copy of record 1.25 seal &tax 1.00| $ 2.25
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State of KentuckyKentucky
MasonCircuit set

IWilliamWilliam P. Ropinsolejudge of
the MasonCircuit court certifythat
the foregoingallocution of MarshallMarshall Key
who is clerk of saidcourt is

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form given under my hand
16th February 1829.

W. P. Ropin

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William H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
vs
Copy record

Isaac WhiteIsaac White

Costs of suit is $ 5.96 1/2

copy of record 1.25

seal and tax 1.00

$ 8.21 1/2

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Isaac WhiteIsaac White
vs
WilliamWilliam H Pepper H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
In the Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term 1829

And the said IsaacIsaac by MagenisMagenis
his attorney comes and defends the wrong and injury
when and says that there is not any record of
the said supposed recovery in the said declaration
mentioned remainingin the said Circuit CourtCircuit Court
of Mason County in manner and form as the said
plaintiff hath above in his said declaration
alleged and this the said IsaacIsaac is ready to
verify wherefore he prays Judgment if the
said plaintiff ought further to have or maintain
his action aforesaid there of against him
the said Isaac

Magenis
atty for Deft

Filed 7th April 1829

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

Judgement for $ 125
No 5 page 365

Archd GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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Isaac WhiteIsaac White
vs
WilliamWilliam H Pepper H. PepperWilliam H Pepper

Plea NutTiel
MagenisMagenis
atty
fordefendant

Filed 7th April 1829

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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WilliamWilliam H Pepper H. PepperWilliam H Pepper
vs.
Isaac WhiteIsaac White

In the St LouisSt Louis
Cirt Court July Term 1829

I claim my tax fee in
the above case which
the clerk misplaced
tax in the Bill of cost
amounting to $ 3.00

J. F. Darby

31st August 1829