R.K. Call vs. Harris

R.K. Call vs. Harris

Lower Court

  • Gasden County

Date

  • 1845

Box

  • 3

Folder

  • 31

Transcript

Be found within the County of Gadsden personally to be and appear before the Judge of our Superior Court for said County District aforesaid. At the Court House in Quincy on the fourth Monday in November next being the first day of our next term to answer Richard K. Call Governor of the Territory of Florida for the use of George W. Harrison and David G. Raney lately trading as Harrison & Raney in an action of Debt for Ten Thousand Dollars. Damages One hundred Dollars.

And have then and there this writ.

Witnesses Isaac R. Harris clerk of our said Court this 30[th] day of October A.D 1843 and seventy 8[th] year of American Independence.

Isaac R. Harris Clerk

Endorsed "Service acknowledged" J.R. Harris

Afterwards to wit on the 27[th] day of November 1843. The said plaintiffs by his attorney pled his declaration in said case which is in words following viz

Territory of Florida Middle District

Gadsden Superior Court

November Term 1843

Gadsden County to wit: Richard K. Call Governor of the Territory of Florida for the use of George W. Harrison and David G. Raney Merchants and partners trading under the name style and firm of Harrison & Raney plaintiff complains of Isaac R. Harris defendant of a plea that he render unto the said plaintiff the sum of ten thousand dollars which he owes to and unjustly detained from the said plaintiff for the use aforesaid to the damage of the said plaintiff of one hundred Dollars. For that whereas the said defendant heretofore to wit on the nineteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty sue at Quincy in the county aforesaid in the district and territory aforesaid together with