Francisco Corella vs. Benjamin L.E. Bonneville, Joseph Powell, Peter Powell
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Francisco Corell plaintiff
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L.E. Bonneville Defend.

Action of debt in the
Circuit Court of the
County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis
November Term, A.D. 1835.

Saint LouisSt Louis County towit
ss.

FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella
the plaintiff in this suit complains of BenjaminBenjamin
L.E.Bonneville the defendant in this suit,
of a plea that he render to the said FranciscoFrancisco Corella
CorellaFrancisco Corella the sum of thirteen hundred and fifty Dollars
lawful money of the United StatesUnited States which he was
to and unjustly detains from him.

In that whereas the said plaintiff heretofore
to wit, on the twenty ninth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty two at the county aforesaid bound himself by a
a sealed in stetment in writing being & writing
which said writing, obligatory being in the petition of the said defendant
the said plaintiff cannot produce the same to the court here
to do and perform certain work labour &
services for Defendant. Plaintiff
avers that he into & made & bound himself by said sealed
at the request of Defendant that the
plaintiff was indebted
by said instrument to receive certain
monies from the defendant upon compliance with the
of said instrument at the
of Rene PaulRene Paul in the City of SaintSt Louis LouisSt Louis,
The plff that he had complied with and performed everything
on his part to be performed by the is said instruments aforesaid
to wit at the County aforesaid
plaintiff that the amount of
said monies, as aforesaid to be by him as aforesaid was two hundred and
fifty Dollars, the plaintiff also avers
that Deft accepted said dealed instrument
in writing to wit on the 29th day of February A.D. 1832 as aforesaid at the county aforesaid The plaintiff also avers
that he called for said monies at
the counting room of Rene PaulRene Paul as aforesaid

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to wit in St LouisSt Louis in the County ofCounty of Saint Louis
Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis on the 3d day of September In the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five
and frequently before the said day
last aforesaid and payment of the monies aforesaid and that payment was
then and there refused to him, to wit at the County
aforesaid. And the Defendant hath not
paid to the said plaintiff the said sum
of two hundred and fifty Dollars as
aforesaid or any part thereof altho oftenrequestedso to do but on
the contrary thereof to wit on the fourth day of September in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five the said sum of two hundred and
fifty Dollars together with a
farther large sum of money to wit
the farther sum of fifty Dollars for interest
thereon making together the sum
of three hundred Dollars became and
was and still is in arrear and unpaid
to the said plaintiff contrary to the form
and effect of the said sealed instrument
of writing aforesaid to wit at the county
aforesaid, which sum as any part thereof the said defendant altho often requested
hathrefused to pay to the said plaintiff
whereby and by reason of the said last men
tioned sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath accured to the
said plaintiff to demand and have from
the the said Defendant the sum of three
hundred Dollars parcel of the sum above
demanded.

And whereas also the said Defendant afterwards
to wit on the fourth day of September on the year of OurLord one thousand eight hundred

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and thirty five at the county aforesaid
was inindebted to the said plaintiff in the
further sum of two hundred an fifty Dollars
of lawfull money of the UnitedUnited States StatesUnited States
for work labour and services before that
done and performend by the said
plaintiff for the said defendant and
at his special instance and request and
to be paid by the said defendant to the
plaintiff when he the said defendant
should be thereunto afterwards requested.
whereby and by reason of the said last men
tioned sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath accrued
to the said plaintiff to demand and
have of and from the said Defendant the
sum of two hundred and fifty Dollars
parcel of the said sum above demanded.
In that whereas also the said plaintiff here
tofore to writ on the twenty ninth day
of February in the year of Our Lord one
Thousand eight hundred and thirty
two at to wit the counaty aforesaid
bound himself by another sealed instrument
instrument of writing being a
obligatory, (which said other writings obligates,
being in the possession of the said de
fendant the said plaintiff cannot pro
duce the same to the court here) to do
and perform certain work labor and services
for Defendant- Plaintiff avers that
he entered into and made and bound him
self by said then sealed instrument at
the request of Defendant to wit on the day
and year aforesaid at the county aforesaid

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I that the plaintiff was by said
other instrument to receive certain monies
from the defendant upon complaince
with the provisions of said other instruments
at the countingroom of ReneRene Paul PaulRene Paul in
the city of Saint LouisSt Louis, that he the
plaintiff complied with and per
formed every thing on this part to
be complied with and performed
by the provisions of said other instrument
aforesaid, to wit at the county a
foresaid,- untill as he
was against his plaintiffs' will and
desire discharged from any further
service for the defendant to wit with by the authourity of the Deft.
at the county aforesaid to writ at the title MissouriMissouri on the thirteenth day of June in the year of our one thousand eight hundred and thirty three, from
which time forward this time
the said Plaintiff hath ever held him
self ready and desired and offered
to perform every thing on his part to
be done and performed by the pro
visions of the said other instrument
aforesaid, at with at the county of
SaintSt Louis LouisSt Louis aforesaid.

That the amount of said monies
aforesaid to be received by Plff
as aforesaid was two hundred and
fifty Dollars; that Deft accepted said
other sealed instrument which was executed
an delivered to him by plaintiff to
wit on the twenty ninth day February
in the year of our Lord one thousand

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eight hundred and thirty two at the
county aforesaid. That he plaintiff
called for said monies at the coun
ting room of ReneRene Paul PaulRene Paul the agent
of Deft in St. LouisSt Louis, to wit in St. LouisSt Louis
in the county of Saint LouisSt Louis on the
third day of September in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and thirty five and frequently
before the said day last aforesaid
and demanded payment of the monies
aforesaid and that payment was
then and there refused to him, to
wit at the county aforesaid. And the
Deft hath not paid to the said plain
tiff the said sumoftwo hundred
and fifty Dollars as aforesaid as any
part thereof altho often requested so
to do, but on the contrary thereof to
wit in the fourth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five the
said sum of two hundred and fif
ty Dollars, together with a farther
large sum, to wit, the farther large
sum of fifty Dollars for interest
thereon, making together the sum
of three hundred Dollars became
and was and still is in arrear and
unpaid to the said plaintiff con
trary to the form and effect of the
said other sealed instrument of writing
aforesaid, to wit as the country aforesaid, which sum as any part thereof
the said defendant altho' often requested

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hath refused to Jury to the said plaintiff
contrary to the form an effect of the
said other sealed instrument of writing
aforesaid, to wit at the county aforesaid
which sum or any part thereof the said
Defendant altho' often requested hath
refused to pay to the said plaintiff
whereby and
by of the said last mentioned
sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath ac
crued to the said plaintiff to de
mand and have of and from the said
Defendant the sum of three hundred
Dollars parcel of the sum above
demended.

And whereas alas the said Defendant
afterwards to wit on the fourth day
ofSeptember in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and
thiery five at the county aforesaid was indebted to the
said plaintiff in the further sum
of two hundred and fifty Dollars
lawful money of the united
States for the wages or salary of the
said plaintiff, before that time and
then due and payable from the
said Defendant to the said Plaintiff
for the service of the said plaintiff
by him before then done and per
formed as the hired servant of and
for the said Deft. and on his retainer
, and to be paid
by the said Defendant to the said plain
tiff when be the said defendant should be

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Thereunto afterwads requested; whereby
and by reason of the said last mentioned
sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath accrued
to the said plaintiff to demand and
said the
sum of two hundred and fifty Dollars
parcel of the said sum above demanded
And whereas also the said Defendant hereto
fore to wit in the fourth day of Septemberaforesaid at the County afore
said, accounted with the plaintiff
of and concering divers other sums
of money before that time and the
due and owing and then is arrear
and compaired from the said Defendant
to the said plaintiff and upon that
accounting the said defendant was
then and there found to be is arrear and
indebted to the said plaintiff in the
farther sum of two hundred and
fifty Dollars of like lawful money
to be paid by the said Defendant
to the said Plaintiff when he the
said defendant should be
afterwards requested whereby and by
reasons of the said last mentioned
sum of money being and remaining
wholly unpaid an action hath
accrued to the said plaintiff to demand
and have of and from the said Defendant
the said last mentioned sum of
two hundred and fifty Dollars the
residence of the said sum above de
manded

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to the damage of the said plaintiff
of thirteen hundred and fifty Dollars
and therefore he brings his suit

Primm & MullanphyMullanphy pay
attorys for plaintiff

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Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
Benjamin L.E. Bonmoville

action of debt
in the SaintCircuit Court
Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court Nov Term A.D. 1835

The Plaintiff aforesaid comes and files
according to the statute in such case
made and provided the following allegations
and interrogations against Peter PowellPeter Powell and
Joseph PowellJoseph Powell who have been summoned
as garnishes in this case, namely

1.said plaintiff alleges that at the time
the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
were summoned as garnishes in this
suit they were indebted to the said de
fendnat in the sum of two thousand
Dollars wares and
beaver, beavertraps fur and other matters
purchased by them of said defendant
before that time

2 That at the time said garnishees
aforesaid were summoned as such
they were indebted to the aforesaid
Defendant BenjaminBenjamin LL E Bonneville .EL E Bonneville .BonnevilleL E Bonneville
in the sum of two thousand Dollars
for land sold and conveyed, goods
wares and merchandize sold and de
livered & for notes bonds, accounts &
other choses in action assigned by
the said defendant aforesaid to the
said garnishees

3.Also that when said garnishees
were summoned as such as aforesaid
they had in their prossession custody or
charge, lands tenements money, goods

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wares and merchandize, fur and beaver
notes, bonds, bills and accounts belon
ging to said BenjaminBenjamin LL E Bonneville .EL E Bonneville .BonnevilleL E Bonneville
to a large amount and of
great value to wit of the value of
two thousand Dollars

4.Also that there has come to the hands
of said garnishees since they were so sum
moned as aforesaid money, goods, chat
tels, money, credits and effects of said
defendant aforesaid of great value
to wit of the value of two thousand
Dollars And the plaintiff aforesaid
prays that the said garnishees aforesaid may be compelled on their oaths
fully to the above alley and particularly
and specially the following interro
gatories

1. When summoned as garnishees
in this or
you, or you or either of you with
others indebted to said defendant
alone or to said defendant with
others for goods wares and merchan
dize,
fur, beaverbeavertraps and
other matters, purchased by you or either
of you or you or either of you with
others from above named defendant
alone or said Defendant with others
in the sum of two thousand Dollars
if not in the form how much did you or either
of you or you or either of you with
others owe him alone or him with
others?

2. summoned as garnishees as
aforesaid were not you at either

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of you or you or either of you with
others indebted to the said defendant
or to the said defendant with others
as stated in the second allegation
if not so in how were you or
either or you or either of you with
others indebted to the said defendant or withothers and in what sum?

3. When summoned as such garnishees
as aforesaid were not you or either
of you or you or either of you with
others indebted to the above defen
dant or to the above defendant with
others or had not you as either of
you or you or either of you with
others in the possession, custody or
either of your or
you or either of you with others
the lands property and effects of
said defendant or of said de
fendant with others as mentioned
in the fourth alligation?

Please state particularly what
property or effects you or either of
you or you or either of you with
others then had in the possession, cus
tody or Charge of you or either
of you or you or either of you
with others belonging to the siad
defendant or to the said defendant
with others, specifying to whom
said property & effects belonged &
the value thereof

4. Has there not come into the pos
session custody or charge of you

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or either of you or you or either of you
with others since you were sum
moned as such garnishees goods, Chattles
credits, moneys, & effects of said defen
dant or of said defendant with
others as stated in the fourth allega
tion aforesaid- ?

Please state particularly,
specify and describe what property
or effects of the above defendant
or of the above Defendant with
others have come into the possession,
custody or charge of you or either
of you or you or, either of you
with others, adding the name
of the person to whom the same
belongs and the value thereof,
to withof each item?

The plaintiff
that the said garnishees may be
ordered fully to answer the
foregoing allegations and inter
rogations on or before the third
day of the next Term of this
Court

Primm & MullanphyMullanphy attoys
for Plaintiff-

Clerk fees 0.78 3/4 Fee book 226
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No 34

Nov Term 1835

Action of debt in the
Saint Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court Nov. Term A.D. 1835

Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
Benjamin L.E. Bronneville

Powell
Joseph PowellPowell
Allegations and Interrogatories

Filed Nov 11th 1835

A GambleArchibald Gamble Clk

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No 34

Saint Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court November Term 1835

Francises Corella
vs
BonnevilleBonneville
Debt

The Clerk will issue
an attachment &
summon PeterPeter & JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell as garnishees
Primm & MullanphyMullanphy
P.Q.

Filed 9th September 1835

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble Clerk

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The plaintiff in written action of debt deposeth &
sayeth that the defendant in within action
is justly indebted to the said plaintiff in
a sum exceeding the sum of fifty Dollars
to wit in the sum of One hundred an fifty
eight Dollars and fifty cents, that said deponent
verily believes that said defendant is not a
resident of or residing within this state
and that he has so absented himself from
this state that the ordinary process of laws
cannot be served on him.

Sworn to & subscribed before me this
ninth day of september A D. 1835

WilsonWilson Primm p.

Fran
co Corella

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

To the Sheriff of St. Louis CountyâGreeting.

We command you to Attach Benjamin L E Bonnevill
by all and singular his lands and tenements,
goods, chattels, moneys, credits, and effects, or so much thereof as shall be
sufficient to secure the sum of one hundred and fifty Eight dollars
and fifty cents with interest and costs of suit, in whose
hands or possession soever the same be found, in your bailiwick, that the said
Benjamin L E Bonnevill
be and appear at the next term of the Circuit CourtCircuit Court , before the Judge there-
of, on the first day of said term, to be holden at the city of St. LouisSt Louis, within
and for the county of St. LouisSt Louis, on the Second Monday of November next
then and there to answer unto Francisco corella of a plea that he render to the said
Francisco Corrella the sum of Thirteen Hundred dollars lawful money of the united States
which he owes to and injustly detains from himof a plea of
to the damage of said plaintiff of Thirteen Hundred and fifty
dollars: And also that you might summon all and every person, in whose
hands or possession soever, any such lands, tenements, goods, chattels, mo-
neys, credits or effects may be found, and particularly Peter PowellPeter Powell and
Joseph PowellJoseph Powell that they be and appear
before the judge of our said court, on the first day of the term aforesaid,
then and there to answer unto what may be objected against them; 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 Ninth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty five

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble

Clerk C.C.
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Executed this writ by reading it and the decleration
to Peter Powell & Joseph Powell on the 10th day of Sept 1835 in the County of St LouisCounty of St Louis and summoned there
as garnishees by declaring to them in presence of
Daniel Lamont who is a creditable person of the

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Neighborhood that by virtue of this said writ
I did attach all the bonds tenements, goods
chattels moneys, credets and effects of BenjaminBenjamin
L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville the defendant in the hands of them
tho said PeterPeter & Joseph PowellJoseph Powell

J BrothertonJames Brotherton Shff
by G HammondG Hammond Depty

Service $ 2.00
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No 34

St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
November Term 1835

Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville

attachment

PeterPeter & Joseph PowellJoseph Powell Garnishees

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FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L.E.Bonneville

St Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
November Term 1835
attachment

Publication of Notice to Deft signed by ClerkAArchibald Gamble
GambleArchibald Gamble Esqre. published in Mo 4 week publication
coming12th Nov 1835 ending 2nd Janu 1836

Costs of publication $3 25 Recd same from


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Janu 13th four weeks
James

Bonneville

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FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville

Saint Louis Circuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term AD 1836

State of MissouriMissouri
County of St LouisCounty of St Louis ss

Joseph PowellJoseph Powell summoned
as Garnishee with Peter PowellPeter Powell to answer allegations
and interrogations in the above entitled cause according
to & by virtue of the Statute in such case made & provided first
being duly sworn, for answer, makes the following statements
on oath:

For answer to the first allegation; he says that at
the time the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell were summoned
as Garnishees in this suit they were not indebted to the said
defendant BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville in the sum of two thousand
dollars for goods wares and merchandise, beaver, beaver-traps,
fur or other matters purchased by them of said defendant
before that time.

For answer to the second allegation; he says, that at the time
said Garnishees aforesaid were summoned as such they were not
indebted to the aforesaid defendant BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville
in the sum of two thousand dollars for land sold and conveyed,
goods wares and merchandise sold & delivered or for notes, bonds
accounts or other chases in Action assigned by the defendant
aforesaid to the said Garnishees.

For answer to the third allegation he says that when said Gar-
nishees were summoned as such as aforesaid, they had not in
their possession, custody or charge, lands, tenements, money, goods
wares and merchandise, fur & beaver, notes, bonds, bills and
accounts belonging to said BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville , to a
large amount & of great value to wit of the value of two
thousand dollars

For answer to the fourth Allegation; he says, that there
had not come to the hands of said Garnishees since they were
so summoned as aforesaid, moneys, goods, chattets, credits and
effects of said Defendant aforesaid of great value to wit of the
value of two thousand dollars: And the above named JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell according to the tenour of the said Plaintiff's prayer makes
the above statements under oath in answer to the allegations
filed & exhibited in the above entitled such and for answer to the
several Interrogations which the said plaintiff prays the said
Garnishees aforesaid may be compelled on their oaths fully to answer
the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell makes the following further statements under

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oath. For answer to the first Interrogatory; he says, when sum
moned as Garnishees in this suit neither was he the said JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell nor was either
of them as far as he knows indebted to the saw Defendant alone or to the said defendant with others;
neither was he the saw Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor was either
of them as far as he knows indebted
to the said Defendant alone or to the said defendant with others
neither was he the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor were the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor was either of them as far as he knows with others indebted to the said Defendant alone or with others, for goods, wares and merchandise, fur beaver, beaver, traps, or other matters purchased by him
or them or as far as he knows either of them, or him or them or as far as
he knows either of them with others from the above named defendant
alone or said Defendant with others in the sum of two thousand dollars
nor did he or they or as far as he knows, either of them alone or
with others owe the said defendant alone or with others any sum
or amount whatsoever.

For answer to the second Interrogatory; he says, that when
summoned as Garnishees as aforesaid, neither was he the said JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , nor were they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far as he knows
was either of them alone or with others indebted to the said Defendant, or
to the said defendant with others as stated in the said plaintiffs second
allegation nor in any other manner or way nor by any other means,
was he or they or as far as he knows either of them indebted alone or with
others to the said defendant alone or with others in any sum or amount
whatsoever.

For answer to the third Interrogatory; he says, that when summoned
as such Garnishees as aforesaid, neither was he the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
nor were they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far as he knows
was either of them indebted alone or with others (indebted) to the above
defendant oor to the above defendant with others; that neither had
the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor they the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell
nor, as far as he knows, either of them alone or with others in
the possession, custody or charge of him the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell or
them the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell or as far as he knows either
of them alone or with others, the lands, property and effects of said
defendant or of said defendant with others as mentioned in the plain
tiff's Fourth Allegation. And the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell satates, that,
neither had he, nor the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor as far
he knows either of them then alone or with others any property or effects in
the possession, custody or charge of him, them, or, as far as he knows,
either of them, alone or with others, belonging to the said defendant
or to the said defendant with others.

For Answer to the Fourth Interrogatory he says that there has not
come into the possession, custody or charge of him the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
or them the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, or as far as he knows either
of them alone or with others since they were summoned as such Garnishees, goods, chattels, credits, moneys and effects of said defendant or

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of said Defendant with others as stated in the said plaintifs fourth
allegation. And the said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell says that no property or effects
of the above defendant or of the above defendant with others have
come into his possession custody or charge or into the possission custody
or charge of the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell or, as far as he
knows either of then alone or with others and therefore he cannot
as he is frequently requested in the said plaintiffs In terrogations "par
ticularly specify and described" any property or effects, nor "add the name
of the person to whom the same belongs" nor "the value thereof to wit, the
value of each item."

The above are the answers on oath which the
said Joseph PowellJoseph Powell summoned as one of the garnishees in the above
entitted cause begs to be permitted to put in to the said plaintiffs
several allegations and interrogations according to the tenour of the plain
tiffs prayer of the statute in that behalf made & provided which said
answers and statements are as positive full and satisfactory as in the
nature of the case and circumstances may be possible.

Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 16th day of March A.D. 1836

Justice

JosJos Powell PowellJos Powell

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No 34

Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L.E.BonnevilleL E Bonneville

Answer of Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , Garnishee

Filed 16th March 1836.

John RulandJohn Ruland Clerk

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State of MissouriMissouri
CountyCounty Saint Louis of Saint LouisCircuit Court

Saint LouisCounty Saint LouisCircuit CourtCircuit Court
March Term AD 1836

Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella
vs
BenjaminBenjamin L E BonnevilleL E Bonneville

SsPeter PowellPeter Powell sum
moned as Garnishee with Joseph PowellJoseph Powell to answer Allegations &
Interrogations filed & exhibited in the above entitled cause according
to and by virtue of the Statute in such case made and provided
first being duly sworn for answer makes the following statements
in oath:

For Answer to the first Allegation; he says, that as the
time the said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell were summoned as
Garnishees in this suit, they were not indebted to the said Defend
ant BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville in the sum of two thousand dollars
for goods wares & merchandise beaver, beaver traps fur or other
matters purchased by them of said Defendant before that time.

For Answer to the Second Allegation; he says that at the time
said Garnishee aforesaid were summoned as such they were not
indebted to the aforesaid BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville the defendant
in the sum of two thousand dollars for land sold and conveyed goods
wares our marchandise sold & delivered or for notes bonds, accounts
or other in action assigned by the Defendant aforesaid to the
said Garnishees.

For answer to the Third Allegation, he says that when said
Garnishees were summoned as such as aforesaid they had not in
their possession cusstudy or charge lands tenements money, goods
wares & merchandise fur and be beaver notes bonds bills and
accounts belonging to said BenjaminBenjamin L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville to a large
amount and of great value, to wit of the value of two thousand
dollars.

For answer to the fourth Allegation, he said that there
havenot come to the hands of the said Garnishees since they
were to summoned as aforesaid moneys, goods, chattels credits
and effects of said Defendant aforesaid of great value to wit of
the value of two thousand dollars: And the above named PeterPeter Powell
PowellPeter Powell according to the tenour of the said Plaintiffs prayer makes
the above statements under oath in answer to the allegations find
and exhibited in the above entitled suit: And for answer to the sev
eral Interrogatories which the said plaintiff prays the said Garni
shees aforesaid may be compelled on their oaths fully to answer the
said Peter PowellPeter Powell makes the following further statements under
oath.

For answer to the first Interrogatory; he says that when

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summoned as Garnishees in this suit neither was the said PeterPeter Powell
PowellPeter Powell , nor were the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor as far as he
knows either of them alone or with others indebted to the said Defendant alone or to the said
defendant with others for goods wares and merchandise fur beaver
beaver traps, or other matters purchased by him, or them, or as far
as he knows either of them alone or him, or them, or as far as he knows
either of them with others from the above named defendant alone
or said defendant with others in the seven of two thousand dollars
Nor did he, or they, or as far as he knows either of there alone or
with others our the said defendant alone or the said defendant
with others any sum or amount whatever.

For answer to the Second Interrogatory; he says that when
summoned as Garnishees as aforesaid neither has he the said
Peter PowellPeter Powell , nor were they the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
nor as far as he knows was either of them above or with others in
debted to the said Defendant alone or to the said Defendant with
others as stated in the said Plaintiffs second allegation. Nor in any
other manner or way nor be any other means was he, or they, or as
far as he knows either of them indebted above, or with others to the
said Defendant above or with others in any sum or amount whatsoever.

For Answer to the Third Interrogatory; he says that
when summoned as such Garnishees as aforesaid neither was he
the said Peter PowellPeter Powell nor were they the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , nor as far as he knows was either of them indebted alone or with
others to the above defendant or to the above defendant with
others: that neither had he the said Peter PowellPeter Powell nor they the
said Peter Powell & Joseph Powell, nor, as far as he knows either
of them alone or with others in the possession, custody or charge of
him the said Peter PowellPeter Powell or them the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and
Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , or, as far as he knows either of them alone or with
others the lands, property and effects of said Defendant or of said
Defendant with others as mentioned in the plaintiffs Fourth
allegation. And the said Peter PowellPeter Powell states, that neither had he,
nor the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell , nor, as far as he
knows either of them, then alone or with others any property or ef
fects in the possession, custody or charge of him, them, or as far as
he knows either of them alone or with others, belonging to the said
Defendant, or to the said Defendant with others.

For Answer to the Fourth Interoogatory; he says, that there
have not come into the possession, custody or charge of him the
said Peter PowellPeter Powell , or them the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and Joseph PowellJoseph Powell
or, as far as he knows either of them alone or with others since they
were summoned as such Garnishes, goods, chattels, credits, moneys

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and effects of said Defendant or of said Defendant with others as
stated in said plaintiffs fourth allegation. And the said Peter PowellPeter Powell
says, that no property or effects of the above Defendant or of the above
Defendant with others have come into the possession, custody or charge
of him the said Peter PowellPeter Powell . or of them the said Peter PowellPeter Powell and JosephJoseph Powell
PowellJoseph Powell , or, as far as he knows of either of them, alone or with others, and
therefore he cannot as he is frequently requested in the said Plaintiffs
Interrogatories "particulary specify and describe "any property or ef
fects, nor "add the name of the person to whom the same belongs," nor,
"the value thereof, to wit, the value of each item".

The above are the answers on oath which the said Peter PowellPeter Powell
summoned as one of the garnishees in the above entitled cause
leave to be permitted to put in to the said Plaintiff's several allega
tions and Interrogations according to the tenour of the plaintiff's
prayer and of the statute in such case made & provided, which
said answers and statements are as position, full and satisfactory
as in the nature of the case and the circumstances may be pos
sible.

Sworn& subscribed before
me Feby 26 1836

Peter PowellPeter Powell

WilliamWilliam Milnour
Aldm

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PhiladelphiaCounty Ss


of the Court of commonpleas &
County of doherebycertify that
WilliamWilliam Esquire is an alderman for the
city of PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia and a Justice
of the peace, duly comissioned and Justified
and that full faith & Credit is justlydue
acts as

In witnesswhereof
hereunto my hand and
offered the seal of said
court the 26th day of Febraury 1836

183

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No 34
November Term 1835

Franesco Corella
vs
BenjBenjamin . L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville

Answer of Peter PowellPeter Powell garnishee

filed 16th March 1836

John RulandJohn Ruland Clark

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. Thereisnochan
of communication between us--we
not personally acquainted-there
therefore, no mode through which
can address me, unless it be officia
and in the discharge of some pu
function imposed upon you by the C
stitution and Laws of the Land; an
it is evident that this is not in discha
of any such public function, the con
sion therefore follows that it is impro
for you thus to address me: and it wo

filed in open Court March 17. 1836

Jn RulandJohn Ruland Clark

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Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella ,
vs.
njaminL. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville .

St Louis CircuitCircuit Court
CourtCircuit Court -November Term, 1835,

motion of the plaintiff by his attorney,it is
ordered that the said Benjamin L. E. Bon
ville be notified that an action of debt, dama
thirteen hundred and fifty dollars, has been
mmenced against him, by the said Francisco
rella, that a writ of attachment has issued a
n his estate, and that unless he be and appear
the next March term of his court, and plead
the action aforesaid according to law, a judg
nt will be entered against him. and his said
sold to satisfy the same; and it is further
that a copy of this order be inserted for
weeks successively in some newpaper pub
in the city of St. LouisSt Louis, and at least twent
days before the next March term of this court,
A true coy of the order.

-4w

Archibald GambleArchibald Gamble . Crk.

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State Of MissouriMissouri,
County Of St. LouisSt Louis.

Personally appeared before the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace, within and for the county afore
said, EdwardEdward Charles CharlesEdward Charles , who being duly sworn, deposeth and saith, that the annex
ed advertisement was published in the MissouriMissouri Republican, the newspaper of which he is printer, for
four weeks, successively, the first insertion being on the 12th day of December, 1835, and the last insertion on the second day ofJanuary, 1836,--as follows, To Wit : In No. 33, December 12;
in No. 34 , December 19; in No. 35 , December 26;
in No. 36 , January 2, in No. , ,
in No. , , in No. , ,
in No. , , in No. , ,

Sworn toand subscribed before me, this
2d day of Feby 1836

J. P.

Edwd Charles

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March Term 1836.

Francis CorellaFrancis Corella
vs.
B. L. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville

for Pltf

James AdamsJames Adams
DavidDavid Solomon Solomon
Gilbert SolomonDavid Solomon

5t apl. '36
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Executed this writ on David SolomonDavid Solomon for in
the of St LouisSt Louis on the 17th March 1836
by reading it to him Gilbert Solomon
not found in my County & by Reading
it to James AdamsJames Adams on the 24th day of March 1836 in the county of St LouisSt Louis

server $ 100
amount 12 1/2
$ 2 2 1/2

James BrothertonJames Brotherton Shff
By MM Brotherton BrothertonM Brotherton D Shff

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County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis, sct.
State of missouri,

To the Sheriff of St. Louis County-Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon
James AdamsJames Adams , DavidDavid Solomon Solomon &Gilbert SolomonDavid Solomon
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 fifth day of aprilnext
at the city of St. LouisSt Louis, then and there to Testify
and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said Court,
wherein FrancisFrancis Corella CorellaFrancis Corella is
plaintiff and B. L. E. Bonnerville is
defendant on the part of the
plaintiff and have you then and there this writ.

Witness, John RulandJohn Ruland , Clerk of our said Circuit CourtCircuit Court , at the
City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, this ninth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand eighty hundred and thirty six.

Jn. RulandJohn Ruland

Clerk, C.C.
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Corella
vs
BonnevilleBonneville
attachment

replication toanswer
of JosephJoseph Powell PowellJoseph Powell

filed april 27th 1836

John RulandJohn Ruland Clerk

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Circuit Court of the County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis
March Term A. D. 1836

Between FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella Pltff
vsJoseph PowellJoseph Powell
garnishee in an Attachment suit of
debt wherein Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella is Plaintiff and BenjaminBenjamin L.E. Bonneville is defendant

This replication of FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella pltff
to the answer (to the allegations & iinterrogatories
in this suit) of Joseph PowellJoseph Powell garnishee

This repliant saving & reserving to
himself all and all manner of advantage
of exception to the manifold insufficiencies
of the said answer, for replication hereunto
sayeth, that he will will areer & prove his said
Bill on allegations & interrogatories to be
certian & sufficient in the law to be
answered unto and that the said
answer of the said garnishee is uncertain
untrue & insufficient to be replied unto
by this replaint, without that, that any
other matter or thing whatsoever in the said answer contained, or
ef
fectual in the Law to be replied unto, con-
fessed or avoided, or denied is
; all which matters & things
this repliant is & will be ready to
areer & proves as this (not
& humbly prays &c FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella by

his Atrny>Mullanphy

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Corella
vs
BonnevilleBonneville
attachments

Replication of Corella
to answer of Peter PowellPeter Powell

Filed april 27th 1836

John RulandJohn Ruland Clark

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Circuit CourtCircuit Court of the County of Saint LouisCounty of Saint Louis

March Term A. D. 1836

Between Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella PltffvsPeterPeter Powell PowellPeter Powell

Garnishee in an attachment suit of debt
wherein above FranciscoFrancisco Corella CorellaFrancisco Corella is plaintiff & Ben-
jaminL. E. BonnevilleL E Bonneville is Defendant

The replication of Francisco CorellaFrancisco Corella Pltff to the
answer (to the allegations & interogatories in this
suit) of Peter PowellPeter Powell Garnishee

This repliant, saving & reserving to himself
all & all manner of advantage of inception
to the manifold insufficiencies of the said
answer for replication thereuntosayeth
that he will aver & prove his said Bill or
allegations & interrogatories to be true, certain & sufficient
in the law to be answeredunto and this
the said answer of the garnishee is uncer
tain,untrue and insufficient to the replied
unto by this replaint, without that, that any
of the matter or thing whatsoever in the said
answer material or efficient in the laws
to be replied unto, confused and avoided
or denied is true; all which mat-
ters & things this replaint is & will be ready
to aver & prove as this honorable Court shall
direct and humbly prays & c

Fransisco Corella by
his attnyBryanBryan Mullanphy MullanphyBryan Mullanphy

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Executed this writ by reading the James AdamsJames Adams
& David SolomonDavid Solomon on the 1st day of July 1836
in the county of St LouisSt LouisGilbert Solomon not
found in my county

Service $ 1.00
nonest 12 1/2
1.12 1/2

James BrothertonJames Brotherton Sheriff
by Louis D. Deputy

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July Term 1836.

Franics Corella
vs
B.L.E.BonnevilleL E Bonneville

plff
JamesJames Adams AdamsJames Adams

DavidDavid Solomon Solomon
GilbertSolomonDavid Solomon

21 July
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County of St. LouisCounty of St Louis sct.
State of MissouriMissouri,

To the Sheriff of St. Louis County Greeting.

You are hereby commanded to summon
James AdamsJames Adams , David Solomon & Gilbert Solomon
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 21st July next
at the city of St. LouisSt Louis, then and there to TESTIFY
and the truth to say in a certain matter of controversy now pending in our said Court,
wherein Franics Corella
is plaintiff and B.L.E. Bonneville
is defendant on the part of the
plff and have you then and there this writ.

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Witness, John RulandJohn Ruland , Clerk of our said Circuit CourtCircuit Court , at the
City of St. LouisCity of St Louis, this 29th day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty six

Jn. RulandJohn Ruland

Clerk, C.C.