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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 261   View pdf image (33K)
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             Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.     261


        15. Tho: Cornwaleys Esq demandeth of Thomas Bushell                            Liber P. R.

      575 l tob & cask due by acct to this day.

        writt to deft to be at Cort next morn: 10cl pill iudgmt


        16 the deft acknowledgeth the demand to be due.

        and the Cort adiudged the plf recover.


        1 6 Robt Ellyson late sheriff demandeth of Rich. Ingle 650 l

      tob & cask due for fees of warning divers iuries & evidences

      to enquire of certaine crimes of wch enquiry the said Richard

      was the cause; & 600 of wch said somme hath beene assumed

      to the plf by the said Richard but is since gone away without

      satisfying it & therefore prayeth to be admitted to prove his


        it was found by the Cort that the deft had appointed paymt

      to the plf in mr Secretaries hands wch according to his appointmt

      the Court allowed him.


        Thomas weston p attorn will. marshall demandeth of Thomas

      Boys 580' tob & cask due by bill.

      1643                                                                                                      p. 149

        March 16. John Lewger on behalfe of his Lop sheweth that

      whereas Richard Ingie was obnoxious to divers suits & com

      plaints of his Lop for divers & sundry crimes all wch vpon

      composition for the publique good & safety were suspended

      agst the said Richard assuming to leave in the country to the

      publique need at this time one barrell of powder & 400' of

      shott; & whereas the said Richard is bound (by the law &

      custome of all Ports) to have discharge for his ship from his

      Lops officer or Customer here ere he sett saile out of the Port

      to the end his Lops customes may be taken or secured; and

      whereas the port of London is at this pnt in actuall rebellion

      agst his maty & seises all his customes in that port to the mein

      tenance of such their rebellion whereby his maties customes

      were here to be paid, or security to be given for the payment

      of them in some port of his maties, nevertheles the said Rich.

      Ingle knowing therof, is gone out of the province without satis

      fying the said composition, or paying or securing his Lops cus

      tomes, & afore & without any lawfull discharge of his ship, to

      the end his maties customes might not be demanded of him, &

      is intended as is publiquely knowen to carry his ship into the

      Port of London to his maties enemies & rebels; therefore

      prayeth that all the rights goods & debts of the said Richard

      within this Province may be sequestred into his Lops hands,

      vntill the said Rich. shall purge himselfe of the said crimes.

        the motion allowed by Leiut grall.


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