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10 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1657.

Lib. B. No. 3
Mitchell v.
Phillips

Appeal Granted unto Capt Wm Mitchell plft & Thorn: Phillips
defendant
Upon the hearing of the Suit between Capt William Mitchell plft
and Thomas Phillips Defendant, Capt Mitchell hath appealed unto
the Provinciall Court in March unto which Court it is referrd for a
Determination

Mitchell v.
Gerrard

The plantiff having Exhibited his Complaint in Equity The de-
fendant after his answer to the plantiffs Complaint Craveing a Ref-
erence in the Suit untill the next Court, A Reference is Granted in

P. 371

that Suit untill the Court in March next.

Lumbrozo v.
Abram

Iudgment acknowledged to Iacob Lumbrozo p Cornelius Abram
Cornelius Abram acknowledgeth a Iudgment to lacob Lumbrozo,
for a Debt due by Condition from the Said Abram unto the Said
Lumbrozo of four hundred pounds of Tobacco and Caske with
Cost of Suit.

Brown v.
Estate of
Moore

Order to Capt Sampson Waring Attorney of Io: Brown ver: the
Estate of Richd Moore
Whereas Capt Sampson Waring Attorney to mr Iohn Brown hath
petitioned to this Court for a debt of Eight hundred and ten pounds
of Tobacco and Caske due to the Said Brown from the Estate of
Richard Moore deceased And the Attorney of the Said Browne
having proved the Iustness of the Said Debt by Bill, The Court
doth order that the Said Eight hundred and tenn pounds of Tobacco
be forthwith Satisfied out of the Estate or else Execution.

Johnson v.
Nevett

Iudgment acknowledged by Richd Nevett unto Cornel. Iohnson
Richard Nevett haveing acknowledged a Iudgment by Robert
Taylor for a debt of three hundred and fiftie pounds of Tobacco
and Caske due to Cornelius lohnson The Court doth order that the
Said debt be paid with Cost of Suit, or Else Execution.

Coursey v.
Seamor, Re
Mitchell

Order ver: Capt Wm Mitchell
Whereas mr Henry Coursey in a Suit wherein the Said Coursey
is plantiff, and Capt William Mitchell appearing as Attorney for
Thomas Seamor and Ioseph Edlow in that Suit defandants moveing
this Court that the Said William Mitchell is not a man to be permitted
as an Attorney in any man's Cause being a man not quallified to that
purpose according to Stat 3d Iames 7. Ch: in a Clause therein Speci-
fied concerning the qualification of Attorneys, And the Said Coursey

p. 372

produceing the Records of this Province to prove that the Said
Mitchell is not to be admitted, as Attorney or Solicitor according to
that Statute, The Court not willing to dismiss or Suspend the Said



 
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