Declaration, circa 23 April 1841 [Miller et al. v. B. Holladay and W. Holladay]

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were then and there the owners and that under Said hiring Said plaintiffs Defendants took possession of Said last mentioned Steam boat to navagate and pilot her on Said Upper and that Said defendants Said <​not​> regarding the premises so Carlessly navagated Said last Mentioned Steam boat that they run her on rocks and Sand banks <​out of the usual Steam boat channel of Said upper ​> and thereby then and there greatly injured Said boat in her hull and rigging and greatly delayed her in So that the injury to Said boat and the delay was worth a large Sum of Money to wit the Sum of $2000. So the plaintiffs Say they have Sustained damage to the Sum of $2000.00 and therefore they bring their Suit &
Walker Little & Morrison p. g.
 
et al Declaration in Case
vs)
Benj & Wm Halloday
 
Filed April 23d 1841
S. Otho. Williams. Clerk [p. [2]]
were then and there the owners and that under Said hiring Said Defendants took possession of Said last mentioned Steam boat to navagate and pilot her on Said Upper and that Said defendants not regarding the premises so Carlessly navagated Said last Mentioned Steam boat that they run her on rocks and Sand banks out of the usual Steam boat channel of Said upper and thereby then and there greatly injured Said boat in her hull and rigging and greatly delayed her So that the injury to Said boat and the delay was worth a large Sum of Money to wit the Sum of $2000. So the plaintiffs Say they have Sustained damage to the Sum of $2000.00 and therefore they bring their Suit &
Walker Little & Morrison p. g.
 
et al Declaration in Case
vs)
Benj & Wm Halloday
 
Filed April 23d 1841
S. Otho. Williams. Clerk [p. [2]]
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