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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 567   View pdf image (33K)
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          Court and Testamentary Business, 1657. 567




       dred pounds of Tobacco and Caske, due for the Executing of Liber B.

       Severall Summons, and other Severall necessary and Just

       Charges, from the Estate of mr Bassill Little deceased, The

       Court doth order that the Said three hundred pounds of To-

       bacco and Caske be forthwith Satisfied unto the Said Sheriff


       Capt Morris & mr Meese Bond

         Know all men by these presents that We Robert Morris

       and Henry Meese Merchants doe hereby acknowledge our

       Selves Jndebted unto Oliver Lord Protector of England and

       the Dominions thereof, in the Sume of twelve hundred pounds

       of Good Lawfull mony of England, to be paid unto the Said

       Lord protector, or his Assignes Attorney or Commissioners,

       for which payment well and truely to be made, and done, we

       bind our selves and either of us, our heirs Executors and

       Administrators, Severally & Joyntly for the whole firmly by

       these presents, Wittness our hands and Seales this 4th of De-

       cember 1657

         The Condition of this obligation is Such that if the above-

       written Robert Morris and Henry Meese merchants Shall

       according to order of Court bearing date with these presents,

       give a Just and Lawfull account of the debts Goods and Estate

       of mr Bassill Little late deceased (of which the Sd Bassill Little

       merchant, was possest of at his last arrivall into this Province)

       whensoever they or either of them Shall be thereunto Law-

       fully Called, that then this obligation to be Void and of noe

       Effect, otherwayes the Same to remaine in full force and

       Effectuall in Law.        Robert Morris

       Signed Sealed & Delivered in the   Henry Meese

       presence of us Sampson Waring

                         Phill: Morgin


       Recorded for mr Richd Preston

         Whereas mr Thomas Webb of London merchant hath Con-

       signed four Servants unto me, in the Ship Releef Capt John

       Tully Comander, as by a Letter from the Said mr Webb dated

       London the of December 56 appeareth, And Whereas the

       Said mr Webb in the Said Letter hath rated the Servants at p. 360

       2000 ll Tob p piece, to be Shipt on board the Said Ship reliefe

       for the use of the Said mr Thomas Webb. These may Certifie

       that I the Said Richard Preston, doe hereby protest against &

       declare that I do disown, any Interest or Dealing with the Said

       Servants, Soc Consigned by the Said mr Thomas Webb as

       aforesaid, or to make Good any fraight So taken by him the

       Said mr Webb on board the Said Ship reliefe And this I do

       protest and declare at the Maine mast aboard the Said Ship

       reliefe, before the Capt John Tully and Company the 8th of this


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