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    • Criminal case file no. 125, Government [Territory of Orleans] v. Joseph Provaux, 1807

    • Abnahurry, Abraham, D.; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for the indictment of Joseph Provaux for assault to Abraham D. Abnahurry on August 18, 1807. Signed by Attorney General John W. Gurley. Ordered filed on August 21, 1807. Plead not...
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 4 pages ; 35 cm. or smaller
    • Estate if Governor de Grand-Pré to Samuel Fulton (as esecutor), 1812 May 21

    • Accounts;Grand-Pré, Charles Boucher de, 1754-1809;Military governors--Louisiana;Estate settlement costs;
    • Account of estate of Charles de Grand-Pré, Spanish Governor and Commandant of the District of Baton Rouge, 1798-1808, to Samuel Fulton, executor.
    • [2] p. on 1 leaf ; 32 x 39 cm. "Gov. Grand Pré Estate in ... with Sam. Fulton acting executor"--P. 2. 3 digital pages.
    • Estate of Governor de Grand-Pré to Samuel Fulton (as executor), 1803 Mar.

    • Accounts; Grand-Pré, Charles Boucher de, 1754-1809; Military governors--Louisiana; Receipts; Claims against descendents estates--Louisiana--History--19 century; Estate settlement costs--Louisiana
    • Account of estate of Charles de Grande-Pré, Spanish Governor and Commandant of the District of Baton Rouge, 1798-1808, to Samuel Fulton, executor.
    • [2] p. of 1 leaf; 33 X 40 cm. folded to 33 X 20 cm. 2 digital pages.
    • Account, 1809 Nov.

    • Accounts; Grand-Pré, Charles Boucher de, 1754-1809; Military governors--Louisiana; Receipts; Louisiana--History--1803-1865; Claims against descendents estates--Louisiana--History--19th century
    • Receipt for payment of an account filed in connection with the settlement of the estate of Carlos de Grand-Pré, Spanish Governor and Commandant of the District of Baton Rouge, 1798-1808. Receipt is for sundry articles purchased from Grand-Pré's...
    • 1 leaf; 22 cm. Torn edges on bottom of leaf. 2 digital pages.
    • Estate of the late Governor de Grand-Pré, 1811 Apr. 1

    • Accounts;Receipts;Grand-Pré, Charles Boucher de, 1754-1809;Military governors--Louisiana;Claims against descendents estates--Louisiana--History--19th century;Estate settlement costs;
    • Account of estate of Charles de Grande-Pré, Spanish Governor and Commandant of the District of Baton Rouge, 1798-1808, to Philip Hicky, planter of East Baton Rouge Parish and participant in the West Florida Rebellion of 1810.
    • 1 leaf ; 35 cm. 1 digital page.
    • Estate of the late Gov. Charles de Grand-Pré with Philip Hicky in a/c, 1810 Apr.

    • Accounts; Receipts; Grand-Pré, Charles Boucher de, 1754-1809; Military governors--Louisiana; Claims against descendents estates--Louisiana--History--19th century; Estate settlement costs--Louisiana
    • Account of estate of Charles de Grand-Pré, Spanish Governor and Commandant of the District of Baton Rouge, 1798-1808, to Philip Hicky, planter of East Baton Rouge Parish and participandt in the West Florida Rebellion of 1810.
    • 1 leaf; 15 X 41 cm. Verso of leaf: Gov. Grand-Pré in a/c with Philip Hickey. 2 digital pages.
    • Civil suit record no. F, Domingo Acosta v. Nicholas Jean Pierre, 1806

    • Acosta, Domingo--Trials, litigation, etc.; Pierre, Nicholas Jean--Trials, litigation, etc.; Slaves--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials--Louisiana
    • Petition, written by notary public John Lynd on behalf of Domingo Acosta, for damages from Nicholas Jean Pierre concerning a slave. Seal of Lynd on page 3.
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 33 cm.
    • Letter and price current, 1807 May 28

    • Adams, Quindy, d. 1862; Correspondence; Letters; United States--Commerce--Netherlands; Netherlands--Commerce--United States; Merchants--Louisiana--New Orleans; Merchants--Netherlands; Meeker, Williamson, and Patton; Commercial products--Netherlands
    • Letter from Wilhem and Jan Willink, Amsterdam, Holland, to the NEw Orleans merchant firm, Meeker, Williamson, and Patton, concerning the shipment of commodities, an account of John Adams, and a Price Current.
    • [3]p. on 1 leaf; 23 X 38 cm. folded to 23 X 19 cm. 3 digital pages.
    • Civil suit record no. 209B, Thomas Gholson v. William A. Adams, 1807

    • Adams, William A.--Trials, litigation, etc.; Gholson, Thomas--Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials--Louisiana
    • Fieri facias for $59.875 and $3.50 court costs from William A. Adams in the case of Thomas Gholson v. William A. Adams. Written by Thomas S. Kennedy. Noted on verso that defendant was "N.E.I.," and it was returned June 26, 1807.
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 40 cm. folded to 20 x 23 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 275, Samuel May v. William L. Adams, 1806

    • Adams, William L.--Trials, litigation, etc.; May, Samuel--Trials, litigation, etc.; Promises; Trials--Louisiana
    • File contains petition, summons and answer. Petition, wirtten by R.R. Keene, sought payment of $850.11 for an oral promise made by William L. Adams to Samuel May on Nov. 14, 1803. Summons written by Thomas S. Kennedy. Signature on answer...
    • 1 item (7 p.) ; 34 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 377, Mazureau v. J.H. de Mahy Desmontils, 1806

    • Adelaide; Lisbourne; Mazureau, Etienne, 1772-1849--Trials, litigation, etc.; Covenants (Law)--Louisiana; Lawyers--Louisiana; Racially mixed people--Louisiana--Social conditions--19th century; Slaves--Emancipation--United States--Louisiana;...
    • Dispute between Etienne Mazureau and J.H. de Mahy Desmontils, both lawyers in the Territory of Orleans, over the sum of $500. Desmontils and Mazureau signed a covenant on March 11, 1805, in which they bet $500 on the judgement of a case. Desmontils...
    • 1 item (17 p.) ; 40 cm. folded to 22 x 25 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 222, State of Louisiana of Louisiana v. Diana Jackson, 1812

    • African American women--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Indictment of Diana Jackson, a free African American woman, for assault and battery to Isabella [D?g???s] on July 18, 1812. Includes bond papers with Jackson's mark, issued by Thomas S. Kennedy, and an arrest warrant issued by Judge Louis Moreau...
    • 1 item (8 p.) ; 34 cm. or smaller x 44 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 126, Government [Territory of Orleans] v. Rich Robertson, 1807

    • Aiken, Samuel; Robertson, Rich--Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials (Larceny)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for the indictment of Rich Robertson for larceny from Samuel Aiken on July 16, 1807. Signed by Attorney General John W. Gurley. Ordered filed on Sept. 9, 1807. Plead not guilty and...
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 33 cm.
    • Criminal case file no. 5, Territory of Orleans v. Pedro Aleon, 1805

    • Aleon, Pedro--Trials, litigation, etc.; Pittes, John; Trials (Larceny)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of Pedro Aleon for larceny from John Pittes on May 15, 1805. Signed by R.R. Keene, attorney for the Territory, on July 25, 1805.
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 31 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 76, Philip Winfred v. James Livaudais, Jr., 1805

    • Alexandre; Antoine; Bella; Livaudais, James Enoul--Trials, litigation, etc.; Pedesclaux, Pedro; Wiltz, Joseph; Winfred, Philip--Trials, litigation, etc.; Slavery--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials--Louisiana
    • Answer of James Enoul Livaudais written by P. Derbigny in the suit Philip Winfred v. James Livaudais, Jr. The document discusses the ownership of three slaves, Bella, Antoine and Alexandre. Filed Aug. 16, 1805.
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 30 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 113, Government [Territory of Orleans] v. Louis Alexis, 1807

    • Alexis, Louis--Trials, litigation, etc.; Lerigne, Joseph; Women slaves--Louisiana--Social conditions--19th century; Trials (Riots)--Louisiana--Louisiana; Trials (Burglary)--Louisiana
    • Indictment, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, City Court, of Louis Alexis for entering the house Joseph Lerigne and stealing his slave, Rachel, on July 4, 1807. Signed by Attorney General John W. Gurley. Alexis was also charged with rioting in...
    • 1 item (10 p.) ; 32 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 239, William Withers v. Robert Allan, 1806

    • Allan, Robert--Trials, litigation, etc.; Withers, William--Trials, litigation, etc.; Promissory notes--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute regarding a promissory note for $140 written by Robert Allan to William Withers. File contains petition and summons. Summons, written by Thomas S. Kennedy, was served to Allan on Feb. 23, 1806.
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 31 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 355, Louis Badins v. George T. Ross, 1806

    • Allan, Robert; Badins, Louis--Trials, litigation, etc.; Ross, George T.--Trials, litigation, etc.; House furnishings--Louisiana; Rent--Louisiana; Sales--Louisiana; Sheriffs--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Petition of Louis Badins sought unpaid rent for four months at $30 a month for the debtor Robet Allan from Sheriff George T. Ross. Ross had sold Allan's belongings, including household furnishing in a public sale. Filed June 20, 1806.
    • 1 item (3 p.) ; 32 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 436, Poree and Forestall, syndics v. Madam Allard, 1806

    • Allard, Madam--Trials, litigation, etc.; Dahmer, J.P.; Cattle stealing--Louisiana; Collection agents--Louisiana; Plantations--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • File contains petition and summons. Petition of Thomas Poree and Edmund Forestal, syndics of J.P. Dahmer, claimed Madam Allard stole five cows and three calves from Dahmer's plantation on Oct. 15, 1806. Summons written by Thomas S. Kennedy. ...
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 34 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 114, Government [Territory of Orleans] v. Robert Allen, 1807

    • Allen, Robert--Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials (Fraud)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for Robert Allen for swindling from Fargus Moorhead and Thomas Armstrong. Prosecuted by Attorney General John W. Gurley. Arraigned July 14, 1807 and plead not guilty. Also includes...
    • 1 item (6 p.) ; 31 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 42, Thomas Reily v. Mathias Alpuente, 1805

    • Alpuente, Mathias--Trials, litigation, etc.; Reily, Thomas--Trials, litigation, etc.; Temperance (Ship); Bail--Louisiana; Sugar--Transportation--Cuba--Havana; Trials--Louisiana
    • File contains petition, copy of agreement, summons, answer, affidavit and fieri facias. Petition, written by R. McShane, states that Thomas Reily agreed to transport on his ship, Temperance, a quantity of sugar boxes belonging to Mathias Alpuente...
    • 1 item (17 p.) ; 39 cm. folded to 20 x 25 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 389, Francis Hernandez v. Paul Lanusse, 1806

    • Alsee, William; Hernandez, Francis--Trials, litigation, etc.; Swiney, Eleanor; Swiney, George M.--Estate; Executors and administrators--Louisiana; Lawyers--Louisiana; Merchants--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana; Wills--New York
    • Dispute between the lawyer Francis Hernandez and the merchant Paul Lanusse regarding the administration of George M. Swiney's estate. File contains petition, summons, answer, judgement and estate account. Petition, signed by L. Moreau Lislet, of...
    • 1 item (9 p.) ; 33 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 29, Territory of Orleans v. John Baptiste Altamira, 1805

    • Altamira, John Baptiste--Trials, litigation, etc.; Girod, John Francis; Trials (Larceny)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of John Baptiste Altamira for larceny from Mr. St. Amand on June 5, 1805. In the Bill, Altamira's name is written over that of John Francis Girod, which...
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 33 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 453, Narcissus Alva v. Christopher Sanchez, 1807

    • Alva, Narcissus--Trials, litigation, etc.; Moreau Lislet, Louis; Sanchez, Christopher--Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials--Louisiana
    • File contains summons, copy of judgement and capias. All documents written by Thomas S. Kennedy. Judgement for the plaintiff presented to Judge L. Moreau Lislet on July 23, 1807. Capias returned January 27, 1808.
    • 1 item (6 p.) ; 31 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 214, Territory of Orleans v. Ambroise, the slave of Mr. Benjamin Farar, 1811

    • Ambroise--Trials, litigation, etc.; Farar, Benjamin; Slaves--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials (Arson)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for the indictment of Ambroise, a slave of Benjamin Farar, for attempting to burn down his master's sugar house on Oct. 27, 1811. Signed by Attorney General Philip Grymes. Found not...
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 35 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 317, Joseph Ames v. Rene Arneaux, 1806

    • Ames, Joseph--Trials, litigation, etc.; Arneaux, Rene--Trials, litigation, etc.; Promissory notes--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute regarding payment of a promissory note for $150 between Joseph Ames and Rene Arneaux. Petition written by George W. Dewees on behalf of plaintiff. Filed May 19, 1806.
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 33 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 291, Amory & Callender v. John V. Duforest, 1806

    • Amory & Callender--Trials, litigation, etc.; Coffee--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute regarding a debt of $62.40 for 2 bags of coffee bought by John Ventura Duforest from Amory & Callender on Oct. 18, 1804. File contains petition, judgement, summons and answer. Petition written by R. McShane on behalf of plaintiff. On June...
    • 1 item (8 p.) ; 34 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 262, Sophia Elliot v. James Bradford, 1806

    • Anderson, John; Bradford, James Morgan, 1779-1837--Trials, litigation, etc.; Landlord and tenant--Louisiana; Printers--Louisiana; Rent--Louisiana; Sewing; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute over the sum of $90.50 between Sophia Eliot and the printer James Bradford. File contains petition, affidavit, attachment and account balance. Bradford's partner, John Anderson, is mentioned in the petition. Affidavit of Elliot sworn before...
    • 1 item (6 p.) ; 40 cm. folded to 20 x 25 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 221, Territory of Orleans v. Andre, a Negro slave, 1811

    • Andre--Trials, litigation ,etc.; Slaves--Louisiana--Social conditions--19th century; Trials (Assault and battery)
    • Warrant issued by Judge L. Moreau Lislet for Andre, slave of the plantation of the [Nunns?] for assault of the plantation's overseer. Issued June 29, 1811. Noted that Andre committed by Judge Moreau on Aug. 1, 1811.
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 25 cm.
    • Criminal case file no. 207, Territory of Orleans v. the Negro slave Andre, 1811

    • Andre--Trials, litigation, etc.; Corporal punishment--Louisiana--History--19th century; Plantations--Louisiana; Slaves--Louisiana--Social conditions--19th century; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for the indictment of Andre, a slave, for revolting against an overseer on July 19, 1811. Written by N. Morse for Attorney General Philip Grymes. On Aug. 10, 1811, a judge and parish...
    • 1 item (6 p.) ; 33 cm. or smaller x 42 cm.
    • Criminal case file no. 97, Territory of Orleans v. John Andrews, 1806

    • Andrews, John--Trials, litigation, etc.; Slater, William; Webster, Henry; Clothing and dress--Louisiana--History--19th century; Receiving stolen goods--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of John Andrews for receipt of stolen goods from Henry Webster on Aug. 3, 1806. The Bill was written by Henry Brown for R.R. Keene. The stolen goods...
    • 1 item (14 p.) ; 34 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 161, Jean (a free Negress) v. Lanarad, 1805

    • Angelino, John; Fabregas, Joseph--Estate; Jean--Trials, litigation, etc.; Lanarad, Joseph--Trials, litigation, etc.; African American women--Louisiana--History--19th century; Executors and administrators; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute between Jean, a free African American woman, and Joseph Lanarad over money from the estate of Joseph Fabregas. Lanarad was the executor of Fabregas's estate. File contains petition, summons, answer and fieri facias. Petition written by J....
    • 1 item (12 p.) ; 40 cm. folded to 20 x 25 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 241, State of Louisiana v. Antoine, slave of Mr. Boniquet, 1812

    • Antoine--Trials, litigation, etc.; Bienvenu, A. ; Boniquet, Mr.; Charles; Slave insurrections--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials (Sedition)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, for the indictment of Antoine, a slave of Mr. Boniquet, for inciting a slave of A. Bienvenu named Charles and others to insurrection on Nov. 5, 1812. Signed by Attorney General A.L....
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 31 cm.
    • Criminal case file no. 33, Territory of Orleans v. Jose Antonio Roina, 1805

    • Antrim, Michel; L'Advocat, Mr.; Roina, Jose Antonio--Trials, litigation, etc.; Men's clothing--Louisiana; Trials (Larceny)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of Jose Antonio Roina for larceny from Mr. L'Advocat and Michel Antrim on Oct. 16, 1805. Written by R.R. Keene on Nov. 22, 1805. Initial presentment...
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 33 cm. or smaller
    • Land grant, 1794

    • Archinard, Cesario;
    • The land grant, signed by Luis Héctor Barón de Carondelet, the Spanish Governor of Louisiana, 1792-1797, awards land in Rapides Parish to Cesario Archinard, a resident of New Orleans. The land was surveyed by Carlos Trudeau, surveyor general of...
    • [4] p. on 1 leaf ; 34 x 45 cm. folded to 34 x 23 cm. 4 digital pages.
    • Civil suit record no. 147, Peter Lemos v. Lorenzo Fernandez, 1805

    • Argote, Antonio; Guillempau, Raymundo; Fernandez, Lorenzo--Trials, litigation, etc.; Accounts--Louisiana; Merchants--Louisiana; Partnership--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute between former business partners Peter Lemos and Lorenzo Fernandez over a settlement of accounts worth 2,797 and 37 1/2 cents. File contains petition, affidavits, summons, answer and replication. Affidavit of John Baptiste Ramirez sworn...
    • 1 item (19 p.) ; 32 or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 50, Territory of Orleans v. Robert Forrester, 1805

    • Arlett, Elisha; Forrester, Robert--Trials, litigation, etc.; Soldiers--Louisiana--History--19th century; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of Robert Forrester for assault of Elisha Arlett on Nov. 8, 1805. Signed by R.R. Keene, attorney for the Territory on Nov. 23, 1805. Includes initial...
    • 1 item (3 p.) ; 34 cm.
    • Civil suit record no. 322, Adelaide Dupait v. Christoval de Armas, 1806

    • Armas, Christoval de--Trials, litigation, etc.; Dupait, Adelaide--Trials, litigation, etc.; Promissory notes--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute over payment of a promissory note for $300 written by Christoval de Armas to Adelaide Dupait on Nov. 30, 1805. File contains petition and summons. Petition written by B. Caune. Summons, written by Thomas S. Kennedy, was served May 24,...
    • 1 item (5 p.) ; 32 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 150, Manuel Armire v. Francis Perron, 1805

    • Armire, Manuel--Trials, litigation, etc.; Perron, Francis--Trials, litigation, etc.; Promissory notes--Louisiana--New Orleans; Trials--Louisiana
    • File contains petition, judgement and summons. Petition, written by B. Caune, sought payment of a promissory note for $63 written by Francis Perron to Manuel Armire on July 15, 1805. Summons written by Thomas S. Kennedy. On Nov. 25, 1805, Judge...
    • 1 item (6 p.) ; 32 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 101, Territory of Orleans v. James Armitage, 1806

    • Armitage, James--Trials, litigation, etc.; Farrar, Cyprian; Workman, James, d. 1832; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information by the Territory of Orleans, County Court for the indictment of James Armitage on the charge of assault and battery against Cyprian Farrar on Aug. 4, 1806. Ordered filed by J. Workman on Oct. 28, 1806. Prisoner cited to...
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 33 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 369, James Armitage v. John Lynd, 1806

    • Armitage, James--Trials, litigation, etc.; Lynd, John--Trials, litigation, etc.; Clothing and dress--Louisiana; Labor costs--Louisiana; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute between James Armitage and John Lynd over the sum of $118.75 for work and labor Armitage performed for Lynd. File contains petition, judgement and statement of account. Petition written by W.D. Nicholson. On Oct. 24, 1806, Judge James...
    • 1 item (3 p.) ; 33 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 107, David Cummins and James Coin v. James Berthould, 1805

    • Arnaule, Felix; Berthould, James--Trials, litigation, etc.; Boats; Mississippi River--Description and travel; Ohio River--Description and travel; Trials--Louisiana
    • Dispute regarding a contract David Cummins and James Coin had with James Berthould to travel on the Ohio and Mississippi rivers in his boat. File contains petition, judgement, affidavits, attachment, answer and fieri facias. Petition is not signed...
    • 1 item (10 p.) ; 39 cm. folded to 22 x 25 cm. or smaller
    • Civil suit record no. 556, Anne Ruotte v. I.G. Tomatis, 1807

    • Arneaux, Felix; Ruotte, Anne--Trials, litigation, etc.; Tomatis, I.G.--Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials--Louisiana
    • Summons and attachment for I.G. Tomatis in the case of Anne Ruotte v. I.G. Tomatis were written by Thomas S. Kennedy. Noted on verso of attachment that it was served to Felix Arneaux and returned May 26, 1807. Debt of $800 written on documents.
    • 1 item (4 p.) ; 40 cm. folded to 17 x 26 cm. or smaller
    • Criminal case file no. 218, Territory of Orleans v. Doriac, 1812

    • Arnoult, Hyacinth; Doriac--Trials, litigation, etc.; Ferries, Lalander; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Indictment, set forth in the New Orleans City Court, of [Joseph?] Doriac for assault of Hyacinth Arnoult and Lalander Ferries on Feb. 28, 1812. Signed "true Bill" by grand jury foreman and "not guilty" by trial jury foreman. Filed March 17, 1812.
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 34 cm.
    • Criminal case file no. 100, Territory of Orleans v. Daniel Atterhoof, 1806

    • Atterhoof, Daniel--Trials, litigation, etc.; Thomas, John; Trials (Assault and battery)--Louisiana
    • Bill of information, set forth in the Territory of Orleans, County Court, for the indictment of Daniel Atterhoof on the charge of assault and battery to John Thomas on Sept. 21, 1806. Written by Henry Brown for prosecutor R.R. Keene. Ordered...
    • 1 item (2 p.) ; 34 cm.

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