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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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          Court and Testamentary Business, 1643. 253

     

      have well & diligently viewed a hogshead of tob in the house                   Liber P. K.

      of the said nathan: Pope, tendred by him in paymt vnto Peter

      draper, to the vse of Leonard Calvert Esq, & refused by the

      said Peter as vnmerchantable, marked in one end wth N. P. &

      in the other head wth a streak or line drawen over it by the

      said Peter & they say vpon their oath, that the said hogshead

      of tob is sound & merchantable tobacco, according to the best

      of their iudgmt

      Jurat coram me

        John Lewger.

     

       John nevill complaineth agst william Edwin & his wife for a

      forceable entry into the dwelling house of the plf on yesterday:

        warmt to the deft to be at S. Johns on monday next 10cl morn;

      vpon paine of 100 l tob.

     

        20. william Marshall demandeth of James Cloughton

      mariner 225 l tob, due vpon accot for goods &c.

     

        21. febr: warrt to sher: or franc Posie, to attach any goods,

      or pson of deft vntill security to answ. i. march next p himself

      or attorny & pforme iudgmt

     

        Thomas weston p attorn william Marshall demandeth of

      Thomas Sterman 600 l tob & cask due by bill.

        warrt to Court first March next, vpon pill iudgmt

        this action retracted by the plf Mar. 16. 1643.

      1643                                                                                                      p. 143

     

        ffebruary 2 1. Came afore me william Broughe, & exhibited

      himself ready to make answere to all demands of John dandy,

      & therefore prayed the Supsedeas laid vpon the exeq: agst

      John dandy till he should amend his contempt might be re

      moved, & mr Secretary willed the said will. broughe to call John

      dandy afore him to psequute his demands:

        and the said willia broughe returned vpon his oath, that he

      willed John dandy to come with him afore mr Secretary, & that

      he made slight of it, saying he would not come nor make end

      of his suit till next Court, or to that purpose; whervpon mr

      Secretary removed the Supsedeas; & directed the sheriff by a

      writt to proceed in laying the exequution.

     

        William Broughe demandeth of Michael Peasely of york

      river in virginea 270 l tob, for a trespasse in transporting John

      Elkin out of the Province since the 2d of decemb 1642. agst

      whom the plf had an action entred vpon record.

        attachmt retorn 1st June next, wth citaon vpon pill of iudgmt

     



 
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