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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
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Court and Testamentary Business, 1648. 441

ffrancis Brooks Gentn att the request of Capt Giles Brent, Liber A.

sayth uppon his oath, That bee was prnt when Capt Vaughan

examined Roger Baxster uppon his oath sometime the last

yeare betweene Michaelmas & Christmas Touching the burning

of Capt Brents Books by Edw: Corn mins: & tht bee did heare

the sd Baxster declare how tht he saw Edw: Commins goe up

into Mr Brents loft, & throw downe the Books, saying Burne

them Papists Diueils, or words to tht effect. And further this

Dept sayth That after uppon discourse touching this matter, wth

the sd Roger Baxster, the sd Baxster told this Dept tht he thought

tht Capt Vaughan did not sett downe his full oath punctually.

But left out this touching the Books, for he did not heare That

read, & tht it, of all, most concerned Capt Brent. ffurther hee

sayth, That he, this Dept heard Capt Vaughan read the Depn

wch hee had taken of Roger Baxster to Capt Brent & he heard

nothing in it touching the Books wch att tht time bee did much

wounder att. And further he sayth not.

Jurat Coram Gour

Nouembr 9o ffrancis Brooks Gentn complayneth agst Willm

Joanes of Kent, for That about 2 yeares agoe the sd Joanes

made bargairie & cont wth this compit for a certaine 9 swine

number of hogs & cattle wch he was bownd to make deliuery

of to him att the passing Bill therefore: wch this complt did &

the sd Joanes hath not as yett made any deliuery of the swine

whereby he is damnifyed to the ualew of 2500 l Tob. And

deteyneth still the Bill this complt passed to him, for the

foresd cattle & swine.

Warrt to the Sheriffe of Kent ret January Court.

Whereas it is publikely knowne to all the Inhabtants Kent tht

in the late Rebeln of tht Iland Jno Gressam of tht Iland Plantr

was a Partaker wth the Rebells, & a principall & actiue Insan mt

to meinteine the sd Rebelln of foote. And whereas the s

Gressam notwthstanding the late Gours Pardon published

the lie of Kent 16o Apr. 1647o & the last Pardon allso publisheu

by Tho: Greene Esqr Gour of this prouince & bearing date att

St Maries 40 Mantis 1647. in tht case fauorably prouided tht all

persons whatsoeur interested in the foresd Rebelln (Rich Ingle

Marinr only excepted) expressing sorrow for their facts, &

comming & crauing for their Pardon before Michaeirnas

last past should haue their Pardon for their offence com

mitted, as aforesd Wch notwthstanding the Sd John Gressam

persisting in his ill mind, as it doth appeare, hath contemned &

neglected, to sue for. These are therfore to requyre &

authorize All Sheriffs, belonging unto this prouince, If att any

time they shall find the sd Jno Gressam wthin their district, tht

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