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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 228   View pdf image (33K)
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                 228     Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.


   Liber P. R.      1643

       p. 122 January 15 Edw. Packer demandeth of Robt Clerk gent

                  280 l tob, due by assignemt of 250 l by John Cook, & 30 l by Tho



                    ifulk Brent (p attornat Margarett Brent) in pursuit of his

                  demand made the first of Aprill last of 3000 l tob agst marma

                  duke Snow, vpon wch the quantity of so much tobacco of the

                  said marmaduke was attached in the hands of nathaniel Pope,

                  sheweth to the Court that there hath beene a returne of this

                  countries shipping out of England since that time & the said

                  marmaduke hath had sufficient time to have notice of the said

                  demand & attachmt & to appoint attorny to appeare & answere

                  for him; & therefore prayeth to be admitted to prove his

                  demand; vid. inf: 123


                    Giles Brent Esq &c. demandeth of Tho. Sterman 500 l tob.

                  due by specialty for a contribution to the publique defence last



                    Tho: Cornwaleys Esq demandeth of Giles Brent Esq &c

                  2500 l tob due by bill assigned p franc Gray Exeqr of James


                    the deft saith that the bill ought not to be allowed, because

                  it was made for wages in military command, wch command the

                  said Ja. Cauther pformed not according to order of the deft

                  being Lieut grall, but brought away his company afore the time

                  appointed him; respited till thursday next.


                    Richard wright Exeq. of John Robinson carpr demandeth

                  of John Hollis 120 armes of roanoke received by the deft of

                  the plfs goods from an Indian at litle wicocomoco neare S.

                  Clements hundred wth whom the plf left the same: & not yet

                  satisfied by the deft

                    And the deft acknowledgeth that he received 102. armes of

                  roanoke of the plfs as is charged; but he received it by vertue

                  of a Commission, wch he was ready to pduce; & delivered it

                  to the Leiut gen: then being, by his order in the said Commis



                    1.     febr: 1643. warrt to warne deft return monday morn: next

                 10. cl: vpon pill.


                    Nathan Pope appeared to the suit of Geo: Binx, & saith

                  that the demand is not due in regard he hath not pformd the

                  conditions of the contract

                    And the said Geo: Binx saith that he hath & is ready to


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