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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 9   View pdf image (33K)
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         Court and Testamentary Business, 1649 50. 9




         March the 6th 1649. I Phillip Land doe appoint Lt Rich: LiberA.

       Gwither to bee my true & lawfull Attorney in all respects

       whatsoever with as full power as any Attorney ought to haue,

       and I doe by these prsents disallowe & acquitt all former Lres

       of Attorney by mee granted to Geo: Manners or any body else

       Witnes my hand the day & yeare aboue written

       Teste Tho: Hatton                Phillip Land


         Mr John Pile his Marke for cattell & Hoggs viz: Cropt Ofl p. 328

       both Pares and the left Fare slitt in the Cropp


         Luke Gardiner his Mark for Cattell & Hoggs viz. ‘The left

       Eare slitt, and the right Eare also slitt and the vnder half cutt

       straight of from the bottorne of the slitt.


         John Nevill his Marke for Cattell and Hoggs viz: the right p. 329

       Eare slitt and the left vnder-keeled


         Thomas Munnes & Elkenath Bourne Seaman vppon theire p. 331

       Oathes depose & say as followeth viz: That about 7 daies agoe

       they being imployed by Mr. Richard Husbands Marriner for

       that purpose did receive of John Jarbo of the Province of

       Maryland 2 HHds of Tob: for Raphe Beanes vse Wch they did

       soe receive of the said Jarbo for good merchantable Tob: in

       Leafe And that vppon the Receipt thereof as aforesaid they

       these deponts rolling the ‘fob: thence the head of one of the

       said HHds fell out, it being then darke, and the next morning

       these deponts found the Tob: in the head of the said Caske soe

       open as aforesaid to bee much of it ill condiconed durty wett

       Tobacco, the stalkes & leaves mingled together. Wherevppon

       the said Jarbo offered to give soe much good Tobacco as the

       said Stalkes and faulty Tob: came to in waight. And these

       deponts then opening the said other Hogshead found it to bee

       in like manner faulty as the former And further these deponts

       say that both the said Hogsheads of Tob: being packed anewe,

       the said Stalkes & faulty Tob: being taken out did but make

       vpp one full Hoggshead and about 6 or 7 ordinary bundles

       over and aboue And further doe not depose

                    Vterq. Jurat 20 die ffebr 1649 coram nob:

                    Wm Stone: Jo: Price. Tho: Hatton


      To his loving Cozen Mr John Pott at Goulden Quarter

                    in Virginia these prsent

         Cosen John Pott Vppon Receipt of this my Note deliver

       vnto the Bearer hereof Mr Thomas Hatton or his Assignes a

       good Milch Cowe to give him and his ffamily Milke. Which

       Cowe I doe freely give vnto his sonne Thomas Hatton to begin


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