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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1659.

P. C. R.
Oct. 5 Pnte

Wednesday 5o Octobr att Mr George Reades howse.

Josias ffendel Esqr Gourl
Philip Caluert Esqr Secr
Capt Willm Stone

Mr Thorn: Gerard
Cott Nathan: Vtye

Mr Baker Brooke
Mr Ed: Lloyd.

To the honbfe the Leiutt of Maryland &c :

Utye v.

The humble Petn of Rich: Collett Attorney of Cott Nathaniel Vtye
Sheweth That whereas Cornelius Abramson did transport out of
Virginia into this Prouince one Daniel Browne indebted to Thomas
Poole in Virginia, who obteyned Order there agst the sd Abramson
for the Debt, in Case he returned not the sd Dan: Browne downe
againe. And whereas the sd Cornelius being ready to carry downe
the sd Browne, Robert Kingsbury undertooke before Mr Preston to
satisfy tht Debt of Brownes to what euer it amounted unto, And

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whereas since againe Mr Peter Sharpe undertooke to pay that
Debt, wch amounteth to 500l Tob. wth Costs of suite (as by the Copey
of the Order from Virginia appeareth) And whereas That order was
assigned ouer in Court to Capt Lawrence Washington] Deceased,
now belongeth to Cott Nathaniel Vtye, who [married] the Relict of
the sd Capt Ward, now the sd Mr Sharpe not hauing satisfyed that
Debt according to his undertaking & promise to Mr Vtye whose
Attorney yor Petr is. He humbly therefore Craueth an Order of this
Court agst the sd Sharpe for the sd Debt, according to the Order of
Court had in Virginia wth Costs thereunto belonging & hee shall eur
pray &c :
To the Petn of the plf , the Deft sayth, tht hee hath allready satis-
fyed tht Debt, by paying unto the Petr one hogshead of Tob. The
plf replyeth tht he receined one hogshead of Tob, yett after he had
receiued it the deft would not suffer him to carry it away
The Deposn of Samuel Leister sworne & examined this 15th of
Septembr 1659.
That about two yeares since this Depont went wth Mr Richard
Collett to receiue a hogshead of Tob from Mr Peter Sharpe & after
the sd Mr Collett had marked the sd hogshead, That Mr Sharpe did
declare tht the sd hogshead should not goe uppon that account &
further this Depont sayth not
Jurat Coram Henry Coursey.
The Deft replyeth, That that hogshead of Tob, wch the plf marked
is still lying in his howse, woh he hath euer since looked unto as his
Both parties agreeing betwixt themselues
The Deft assumed to pay unto the plf One hogshead of Tob, &
satisfy ouer & aboue all Charges of Court.

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