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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 193   View pdf image (33K)
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        Court and Testamentary Business, 1649 50.193




      manded the Said Deponent to goe down to St Maries to fetch Liber B.

      Some powder from M Copley, and to do Some other business

      for him, and that if in Case I Should meet with my Master,

      that I Should not Speak to him or if he Should Send for me

      not to goe to him, when the Depont left Simpson there was

      almost four hhds of Venison and a hhd of fowl, and gave me

      Order that if Mr Copley Should ask me if We killed any fowl

      not to be known of any and of the Salt that my Master put a

      board pt of one barrell was Spent the other not made use of

      and that hhd which was taken out of the Apamatocks boat was P. 342

      made use of but none of his own and the Said Simpson prom-

      ised my Said Master that at his comeing down he would put

      into Portoback and leave the Salt and Cask which was left at

      my Said Master's house & further Saith not.


   Job Chandler Sworn before me the day Raph Harellton

                    & year above written



        Capt Wifliam Mitchell deposeth that he never reced any Ser-

      vant from Levin Bufkin Esq nor any Satisfaction in liew

      thereof nor for the nails or other Materials disbursed and dis-

      posed of about the house in this Province called St Thomas's

                Sworn in Open Court this 25th day November



                The Deposition of John Sturman taken this 23th

                  day of November upon his Oath Saith

        That being in the Company of William Cole Willm Bence

      and Thomas Sirnons about November 1651, he this Deponent

      heard Thomas Sirnons demand 600 l of Tobacco of the aforesd

      William Bence, the Said Bence Made Answer that he could

      not pay him that year, then Said the Said Thomas Simons let

      Wm Cole pay me, and the Said Cole Answered, that if the

      Said Bence did not pay him that year he would pay him the

      ensueing year or words to this purpose, as near as this Depo-

      nent can well remember and further Saith not:

                                 Sworn in open Court

        Int Willm Stephenson plt Walt Beane Deft



        Humphrey Atwixe doth depose in Open Court that the

      three hundred and thirty pounds of Tobacco now Comnplayned

      for was none of the eight hundred and ninety pounds men-

      coned in a receipt from Brough deceased bearing date the

      18th March 1650 and further Saith not

                               J urat 24 November 1652.


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