American Fur Company vs. Antoine Valliant
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John MoussetteDr
To the Am fur compy

hire of Mandane from 17th October 1830 to 1830 33 days at
2$ per day $66

St LouisSt Louis21 Decbre 1830

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No

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State of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis

Ss

JeanJean Bte SarpySarpy being duly sworn
on his oath saith that a certain J Bte is partly
indebted to the AmericanFur company on an account for
; when of forty in a sum - that he verily believes
that the saw to and B shariff has it himself from
the state of MissouriMissouri, as that the ordinary process of the him
them not be served

sworn and subscribed this18th day of February 1831

John Bte SarpySarpy

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The state of MissouriMissouri

To the courtable of St LouisSt LouisTownship
in the county of St. LouisSt Louis Greeting

You are commanded to
JeanJean B BJean B choupette by all and regular his goods and
chattels monies credits or effects, or as much thereof as shall
be sufficient to secure the sumof sixty six dollars with
interest and costs writ, in whose hands or possession
there and may be found in their township to that the
said JeanJean Bteappear before them issued
a justice of the peace within and for the county of StSt Louis
LouisSt Louis at his office in the city of St LouisSt Louis in the twentith day of March next the and there before the further aforesaid
answer to BernardBernard Batic to her laws PeterPeter Chortias
Jean P Labame and Barthotomeu Berthold
merchant traders carrying on their part the
of the American fur companyin an action in the case on an
account for sixty six dollars â You are also commanded to
summon all and every person in whose hand or possession
any goods chattels, monies credits or effects of the said, and the
I know may he found and in particular time
that he be and appear before the said justice on the said

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twentieth day of February to that may
objected him, and here you them there, they count
and certify to our said justice how you executed

under and they 18th day of Febraury 1831

J. C.

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By virtue of the within Torit of attachment to me directed
I have attached all the goods chattles Money credits & effects of
the within named Jean BJean B Moussett that is in the hands or
possession of AntoineAntoine Vaillant and summoned said
AntoineAntoine Vaillant as Garnishee to appear and answer at
the time & place within named as commanded & declared
it in the presence of ThomasThomas Ingram & John B. SarpyJohn B Sarpy in the
city of St LouisSt Louis this 19th day of February 1831

J Cooper Const

Service $ 1.00
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No.

March 1837

Company

J.

attachment

A Vaillent

Debt $ 66.00

Justice

sig

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We the Jury Find a verdict in favor
of the Plaintiffs for the full amount
of the a/c sixty six Dollars â

ThomasThomas Ingram &
foreman

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AntoineAntoine Vallientgarnishee
vs
AmericanFurMissouri Fur Company CompanyMissouri Fur Company

judgement for plaintiff
appeal

AntoineAntoine Valliant the appellantbeing duly sworn on
oath with the application for the appeal is not
made for the purposed or delay but because
the affiant verilybelieveshimselfaggrieved by the
judgmentof the justice sworn to and subscribed this
8th day of November 1831

Before

by

AntoineAntoine Valliant

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Before O Justice of the Peace
AntoineAntoine Valliant
garnishee of
G B
vs
The American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company

Attachment-
Judgment for Plaintiff
fee $66.

One the undersigned AntoineAntoine Valliant and
acknowledge ourselves indebted to Bernard PratteBernard Pratte John Laubador
PeterPeter Junior and Bartholomew Berthore
in a sum of one hundred dollars, to be levied our goods
and chattels, lands and tenants where
Nevertheless that whereas the said AntoineAntoine
Valiant hath appealed from the judgment of
Justice of the peace in a certain wherein
the said BernardBernard Pratte PratteBernard Pratte & they are Plaintiffs and the
said AntoineAntoine Valliant is garnishee. Now if the said
AntoineAntoine Valliant the appellant shall his said appeal
that by the condemnation money of all costs or
otherwise abide the Judgment of the Circuit in said
appeal, then this Recognizance to be void other wise

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to remain in full force of Virtue
Johan & acknowledged wherefore
I tested by
J. G. Garner
September 8th 1837

AntoineAntoine by mark Valliant
Augustin Michel

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Before JosephJoseph & Garmer a justice of the peace within
and for the county of St. LouisSt Louis

The American FurMissouri Fur Company
CompanyMissouri Fur Company
John BJohn B MansfieldMansfield

Action on the are an account
for the hire of Fleet Boat
$ 66 - first brought by attach-
ment February 18th 1837 on the affidavit of JeanJean Blaskey
an agent for the Plaintiffs unit of attachment sues against
the defendant returnable on the twentieth day of March
in the same Year

March 20th 1831 being the day to which the writ of attach-
ment aforesaid is made returnable, the the
the said writ, with this endorsement - âBy virtue of the
within writ of attachment to me directed I have attached all
the goods, Chattels moneycredits & effects of the witness named
JeanJean B BJean B in the hands or possession of AntoineAntoine
Villant, and summoned said AntoineAntoine Villant as
Garnishee, to appear and answer at the time and
place within named as commanded, and declared it in
the presence of ThomasThomas and Blaskey
the 19th day of February 1837, signed J Cooper
Constableâ where upon the thirtieth day of August being
set for trial, it is by the Justice that the plaintiffs
close advertisements to be let at of the
public in the , at least forty days before
the trial day, which advertisements shall contain a notice
of the proceedings had against the defendant and
shall require him to appear before such justice and enter
the Bail to the plaintiffs on a before the
said day, or Judgement will be rendered against him-
and afterwards on the said thirtieth day of Augustbefore
the Justice aforesaid; by their agents and the defendants
being hath he filed

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to the action aforesaid of them the said plaintiffs against
him and it appearing to the Justice upon the statement
an oath of DanielDaniel Barby deputy countable that adver-
tisements have been put what most humble
places in the township and notifying the said defendant
of the proceedings had against him and requiring him
to appear before Justice on the thirtieth may in the
said month and plea J Bail to the acting or
that Judgement with he rendered against him, and the
demand of the said plaintiffs being founded on an
account and at sixtydollars, Judgment
is therefore rendered for the said plaintiffs against the
said defendant by his default further and of Sixty
six dollars with and afterwards in the
day & year and at the place aforesaid
AntoineAntoine Valliant aforesaid and the
plaintiffs being called were notneither have they filed
Interrogating to be put to said garnishee of motion
of said garnishee It is considered that the said plaintiffs
the putting by their said writ, to the for
their false and that the said garnishee
go here further day and afterwards to writ on the
first day of September within same year the
plaintiffs aforesaid by their agent and a
cause the Judgment of her suit of aforesaid
against the said plaintiffs is let aside and the
day of the same month being where
for hearing and trial, and notice of the same given
on the said seventh day before the Justice aforesaid came
as well the garnishee aforesaid in proper
as the said plaintiffs by their agent aforesaid and an

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the application by said garnishee for a jury of
and by consent this case is certained to their eighth day of the June month, at while said day before the justice aforesaid
and the parties aforesaid and thereafter at the request
aforesaid a jury Cory George Wm
Chahaman, Caleb Feur, John PJohn P Reed ThomasThomas Engram dead
WhiteWhite in good and lawful name of the township
of St LouisSt Louis, while being sworn well and truly to try the
matter between the parties aforesaid and
having heard the evidence added upon their oaths
that they for the plaintiffs in the hands
of the saidgarnishee, of the goods and chattles money
and effects of the said BaptisteBaptiste show that to the sum
of Sixty six dollars â where when judgment is rendered
by the justice against the Garnishee aforesaid
in favor of said plaintiffs for the said sum of Sixty
Six dollars & costs of fact and thereupon same
time on the prayer of the said garnishee and his filing
the affidavit prescribed by law and entering into
and grievance with security, and effect is granted
to him to the circuit court of the of St LouisSt Louis
and on the judgment aforesaid

I the justice hereby certify that
the above and aforegoing is a time
of judgment & proceedings had
aforesaid

J C Parmer

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fee justice
fees on attachment La 83 1/2
Order of petitioner 33.00
out 6 73
sub 18 3/4
Judge against 33 1/2
Oath 6 1/4
Judet est of non hat 33 1/2
notice to garnishee 25
Camedover $ 3.25

brought forward $ 3.25
sub 18 3/4
Veune 25
Swearing Jury 25
do 4 cent 25
judet 33 1/2
atto to oath 33 1/2
& laping 33 1/2
transcript 35
certificate 25
$ 6.44 3/4
court for 4.5
Jury 1.5
J 5 1/2
Basada 5 1/2
P Basada 5

â 3 1/2

Discontinued & judgment confessed by defor
for costs Book 6 page 299

Archid GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

Fee bill 200
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No 133

Nov Term 1831

American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company company

vs

A Valiant

transcript on appeal

filed Nov 28th 1831

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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County Of St. LouisSt Louis, Sct.
State of MissouriMissouri,

To the Sheriff of St Louis County âGreeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon Fontaine, St Amant Micheans
JeanJean Louis Morillion
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay, they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our Circuit CourtCircuit Court , on the 15th day of December at the
City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, then and there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now
pending in our said Court, wherein The American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company are
plaintiffs, and AntoineAntoine Valliant is defendant,
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 CourtCircuit Court , at the City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, this 29th day of November â in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty- one

A GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk C.C.
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Nov 1831

American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company
vs
AntoineAntoine Valliant

Spa for

Felix Fontaine
S Amant Micheans
JeanJean Louis Morillion

Decr 15th for deft
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Executed this writ on Felix Fontaine 1st are
St Amant Michan 10th on JeanJean Louis Morillion
10th of December 1831 in St Louis County by
Reading it to shown

John K WalkerJohn K Walker Shff
by BrothertonBrotherton Deft

Service $ 1.50
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County Of St. LouisSt Louis, Sct.
State of MissouriMissouri,

To the Sheriff of Saint LouisSt Louis CountyâGreeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon Felix Fontaine - St amant Michaus &
JeanJean Louis Morillion
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay, they be and appear in proper person before the
Judge of our Circuit CourtCircuit Court , on the Ninth - day of Aprilnext at the
City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, then and there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now
pending in our said Court, wherein The American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company - are
plaintiffs, and AntoineAntoine Vaillant - is - defendant,
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 CourtCircuit Court , at the City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, this Eighteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty- two

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk C.C.
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March Term 1832

American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company
vs
AntoineAntoine Vaillant

for deft

Felix Fontaine 20
St Amant Michaux 16
John Louis Morittion 29

on 9th April
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Executed this writ on St Amant Muhaux
16th on Felix Fontaine 20th & on John Louis
Million 29th March 1832 in St Louis
County

John Walker
Shff

$ 1 50
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County Of St. LouisSt LouisSct.
State of MissouriMissouri,

To the Sheriff of St. Louis CountyâGreeting.

You Are Hereby Commanded To Summon AntoineAntoine Barada - Target Barada
& Jacob R Stine
that setting aside all manner of excuse and delay, they be and appear in proper person
before the Judge of our Circuit CourtCircuit Court , on theforthwithday of
at the City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, then and there to testify and the truth to say in a certain matter of
controversy now pending in our said Court, wherein the American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company
are plaintiffs, and AntoineAntoine Vailant is -
defendant, on the part of defendant
and have you then there this writ.

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Witness: Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble , Clerk of our said Circuit CourtCircuit Court ,
at the City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, this Tenth day ofApril in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty- two

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk C.C.
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Executed this writ on Jacob R Stire on 10th. on
AntoineAntoine Barada on the 14th. April 1832 by reading
it to them in St Louis County

Jno K WalkerJohn K Walker Sheriff
By IsaacIsaac Stoner Deft

Service $ 1.50
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March Term 1832

American Fur CompanyMissouri Fur Company
vs
AntoineAntoine Vailant

for Deft.

AntoineAntoine Barada 14
Target Barada
Jacob R Stine 18

forthwith
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this is to Certity that we have made a
Settlement with J. Valliant for the such against him
by said Valliant Paying all the Costs and charges
in said suit

St LouisSt LouisApril 13 1832


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