Statement of facts showing the debt due to Vans by John and Richard Codman, who were condemned in France while both were living, to deliver William Vans 45,513 francs rentes per year, that amounted in 1829 to upwards of 534,054 dollars Stephan Codman, as executor, administrator, and heirs, have refused to pay by pretending ignorance of the debt to defraud Vans, as appears by the pleas of Stephen Codman, made by A. Stearns, his attorney, stated in this narrative.
Printed for W. Vans,
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Goldsmiths'-Kress no. 26030.4.
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