Declaration, circa 7 July 1837 [Underwood, Bald, Spencer & Hufty v. Rigdon et al.]

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The State of Ohio)
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In the Court of Common Pleas vacation after the June Term A.D. 1837. Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer & Samuel Hufty complain of , Joel McWith[e]y, Joseph Smith Jr. Eliphalet Boynton, , , , , , Chauncey G. Webb, and (process having issued against them together with Samuel Parker, , , & Andrew L. Allen, but as to the said Samuel, , & Andrew L. the hath returned not found) in a plea of assumpsit, for that whereas the said defendants heretofore to wit on the first day of June AD 1837 at in said County of & State of indebted to said plaintiffs in the sum of nineteen hundred dollars for the work labour care diligence and attention of them the said plaintiffs by them the said plaintiffs before that time done performed and bestowed in and about the business of said defendants and for the said defendants and at their special instance and request: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for divers goods wares and merchandize and other personal property before then by said plaintiffs sold and delivered to said defendants and at the like special instance and request of said defendants: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for so much money before then by said plaintiffs lent and advanced to and paid laid out and expended for said defendants and at their like special instance and request: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for other moneys before then by said defendants had and received to and for the use of said plaintiffs: And being so indebted they the said defendants in consideration thereof afterwards to wit on the same day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiffs to pay them the said several sums of money in this count mentioned when they the said defendants should be thereunto afterwards requested: And whereas also afterwards to wit on the first day of June AD 1837 at in said the said defendants accounted with the said plaintiffs of and concerning divers other sums of money for the said defendants to the said plaintiffs before that time due and owing and then in arrear and unpaid, and upon such accounting the said defendants were then and there found to be in arrear and indebted to said plaintiffs in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars; and being so indebted found in arrear and indebted they the said defendants in consideration thereof afterwards to wit on the same day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiffs to pay them the said further sum of nineteen hundred dollars in this count mentioned when they the said defendants should be thereunto afterwards requested: Yet the said several defendants their said several promises and undertakings in no wise regarding but contriving &c. have not as yet paid the said several sums of money in this declaration mentioned or any or either of them or any part thereof to the said plaintiffs (although often requested &c.) but the said defendants to pay the said plaintiffs the same have hitherto wholly neglected and refused and still do neglect and refuse. To the damage of the said plaintiffs of two thousand dollars and therefore they sue &c.
Andrews & Foot Attys for Plaintiffs. [p. 35]
The State of Ohio)
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In the Court of Common Pleas vacation after the June Term A.D. 1837. Thomas Underwood, Robert Bald, Asa Spencer & Samuel Hufty complain of , Joel McWithey, Joseph Smith Jr. Eliphalet Boynton, , , , , , Chauncey G. Webb, and (process having issued against them together with Samuel Parker, , , & Andrew L. Allen, but as to the said Samuel, , & Andrew L. the hath returned not found) in a plea of assumpsit, for that whereas the said defendants heretofore to wit on the first day of June AD 1837 at in said County of & State of indebted to said plaintiffs in the sum of nineteen hundred dollars for the work labour care diligence and attention of them the said plaintiffs by them the said plaintiffs before that time done performed and bestowed in and about the business of said defendants and for the said defendants and at their special instance and request: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for divers goods wares and merchandize and other personal property before then by said plaintiffs sold and delivered to said defendants and at the like special instance and request of said defendants: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for so much money before then by said plaintiffs lent and advanced to and paid laid out and expended for said defendants and at their like special instance and request: and also in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars for other moneys before then by said defendants had and received to and for the use of said plaintiffs: And being so indebted they the said defendants in consideration thereof afterwards to wit on the same day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiffs to pay them the said several sums of money in this count mentioned when they the said defendants should be thereunto afterwards requested: And whereas also afterwards to wit on the first day of June AD 1837 at in said the said defendants accounted with the said plaintiffs of and concerning divers other sums of money for the said defendants to the said plaintiffs before that time due and owing and then in arrear and unpaid, and upon such accounting the said defendants were then and there found to be in arrear and indebted to said plaintiffs in the further sum of nineteen hundred dollars; and being so found in arrear and indebted they the said defendants in consideration thereof afterwards to wit on the same day and year last aforesaid at aforesaid undertook and then and there faithfully promised the said plaintiffs to pay them the said further sum of nineteen hundred dollars in this count mentioned when they the said defendants should be thereunto afterwards requested: Yet the said defendants their said several promises and undertakings in no wise regarding but contriving &c. have not as yet paid the said several sums of money in this declaration mentioned or any or either of them or any part thereof to the said plaintiffs (although often requested &c.) but the said defendants to pay the said plaintiffs the same have hitherto wholly neglected and refused and still do neglect and refuse. To the damage of the said plaintiffs of two thousand dollars and therefore they sue &c.
Andrews & Foot Attys for Plaintiffs. [p. 35]
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