passed the thirteenth day of June, in the year of our Lord, eighteen
hundred and twelve, entitled "An act making further provision
for settling the claims to land in the Territory of Missouri,"
the claim of Auguste Felteaux' legal representatives under
Louis Barada Sen. to a Lot lying and being in St.
Charles Common field containing one arpen front by
Forty arpens in depth, bounded North by the land of
Auguste Chouteau, South by Antoine Gautier, East by the Commons
and west by public land has been duly confirmed, and that
the fact of the possession and Cultivation required by
the act of Congress, aforesaid, with the boundaries and extent
of the said claim, has been duly proven before the Recorder of
Land Titles, for the state of Missouri and territory of Arkansas,
pursuant to an act supplementary to an act passed on the thirteenth
day of June one thousand eight hundred and twelve, entitled "An
act making further provisions for settling the claims to land
in the Territory of Missouri."
In Testimony Thereof, I, Theodore
Hunt, Recorder of Land Titles for the said State and Territory,
have hereunto set my hand, at St. Louis, this 5th day of