Nabors v. Camp

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The State of Alabama Talladega County

Be it remembered that at a Circuit Court an and held in and for the County and State aforesaid, on this third monday in March AD 1847 present and presiding the Honorable Samuel Chapman - the herein after recited cause was had and determined in the words and figures allowing to with

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Be it remembered that at a County Court begun and held in and said County on the Second Monday in February AD 1847 - the herein after recited cause was had and determined in the words and figures following (Present & Presiding the Honbl. Ezelkiah Wm. Rice Judge Towit Lewis Nabors Vs Joseph Camp

Wit The State of Alabama Talladega CountyTo any Sheriff of the State of Alabama Greeting= You are hereby commanded to take Joseph Camp if to be found in your county and him safely, keep so that you have his body before the Honorable Judge of our County Court, at a Court to be holden for Talladega County at the Court House thereof in the Town of Talladega on the third monday in July next there and there to answer Lewis Nabors in a plea of trespas on the case in [unclear] to the Plaintiff damaged two thousand dollars. Herein fail not, and have you then and there this writ with your endorsement thereonWitness Alexander J. Cotten Clerk of said Court at office in Talladega this the 6th day

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of Aprin in the year of our Lord on thousand Eight Hundred and forty six and in the Seventieth year of the Independence of the United States of America

Test AJ Cotton Clerk I plead the 6th day of April 1846

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This suit is brought to recover of the within defendant the damage within namely for goods wares and merchandize sold and deliverd by the plff to deft at his request for money paid, laid out and, exfunded by the palintiff to and for the use of the defendant at his request, for money had and received by the deft to the use of Pff - and upon no account stated between the parties. The declaration will contain all the common counts no bail required Bowden & Johnes Samuel H Rice

for Return To hand the 6th day of April 1846 Executed 29th April 1846 Mr Easley By a Laweson deputy

The State of Alabama County Court of Talladega Taladega County County July [unclear] 1846

Lewis Nabors plaintiff in this suit by Attorney com plains of Joseph Camp defendant in custody &c in a plea of trespass on the case in aproposit for that whereas heretofore, towit, on the fifth day of April 1846 at - towit in the county of Talladega the said defendant was indebted to said plaintiff in the sum of fifteen hundred dollars for so much money before that time had and received by defendant to and for the use of the Plaintiff in the certain other sum of fifteen hundred dollars for money

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before that time paid, laid out and expended by Plff for the deft and defts request and in the certain other sum of fifteen hundred dollars for money found to be due by defendant to plaintiff in and account ing together then and then had between them; and in the certain other sum of fifteen hundred dollars for goods, wares and merchandising there and there before that time sold and delivered by plaintiff to defendant at defendants request and in the certain other sum of fi

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