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Walker v. Foster
Lincoln County Court of Common Pleas
June 6, 1788
Published by Lincoln County, Wiscasset, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Location of original: Lincoln County Courthouse, Wiscasset, Maine
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heard & understood by the Court, they are of opinion that the Defts. plea is bad. It is therefore considered by said Court that the plt. recover possession of the premisses demanded and costs. The Defts. appealed from this Judgment to the next Supreme Judicial Court to be holden at Pownalborough within and for the County of Lincoln, and entered into recognizance with Sureties, as the Law directs, for prosecuting his appeal with Effect.






 Lewis Walker of Boston in the County of Suffolk, Baker, plt. vs. Isaac Foster of Hallowell in the County of Lincoln, Clerk, Deft. in a process of confession, in a plea of the case, for that the said Isaac on the fourth day of February, A.D. one thousand seven hundred and eighty seven, by his note of hand of that date, for value received at said Hallowell, promised one John Lear to pay him on his order, the sum of sixteen pounds nineteen shillings lawful money on demand, with Lawful interest till paid. And afterwards, viz on the same day the same sum and interest being unpaid the said John by his indorsement, on said note, with his own hand subscribed, at said Hallowell, ordered the contents of said note to be paid to the plt. for value  
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