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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 337   View pdf image (33K)
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         Court and Testamentary Business, 1653/4.337




        To the Honble Willm Stone Esq Govr & Councill of State Liber B.

              The Humble Petition of Robert Taylor


        That your Peticons Maid Servant being with Child fathers p.

      it on John Hambleton, and although the matter Cannot be

      Determined untill the time of Delivery, yet forasmuch as he

      hath been Caught Suspiciously and uncivilly with her and that

      he obscures himself from the Sheriffe, and that he hath no

      residence nor Estate in this Province to ingage his aboade

        He humbly prayeth an Attachment may Issue out against

   Such Estate of his as Shall be found, untill he put in Solvent

   Security to Answer the Suit and make Good yor Petitioner's

   Sufferings. And he shall pray &c.


        Upon the Petition of Robert Taylor against John Hambleton,

      It is ordered that taylor make Stoppage of what Goods of

      Hambletons he hath in his Custody, and that Giving a Just

      Accompt thereof they remaine in his Custody as Security to

      be responsible upon the hearing for the Said Taylors Satisfac-

      tion or to be disposed of as the Court Shall direct


                The Deposition of Ales Harris aged 30 years or

                thereabouts Sworne & Examined Sayth.

        That She this Depont Comeing from Greens Rest to fetch

      about mr Greens Cattell, She Saw in St Peter's field one Cowe

      which went under the Name of Zachary Wades and which was

      the Cowe that John Dandy (as he Said) had the milk of, being

      a matter of a fortnight after Easter in the year 1651. and alsoe

      after the going away of Skipper Jacob his last Voyage being

      here, And further Sayth not Sworne in open Court.


        To the  Honble the Governour & Counsell of Maryland

              The Humble Peticon of Wm Harrison on the behalf

              of George Abbott Merchant.


        That John Hambleton being indebte to mr Abbott about

   10000 l of Tob: and Caske, and yr Petitionrs having procured

   2 Severall Warrants to have him arrested, & he unlawfully

   absentedi himself, Now yor Petitionrs humble request is that an

   Attachrnt may issue out against his Estate he having Nothing

   but what those Goods he had of mr Abbott, hath produsd.

                     And Yor Petitioner Shall Ever pray &c


        Upon the Petition of George Abbotts Attorney against John p. 540

      Hambleton, It is Ordered that Stoppage be Made of Ham-

      bleton's Estate in whose hands Soever it be within this Province

      Soc as the Same may not be removed out of the Province nor


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