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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 470   View pdf image (33K)
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470 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661.

P. C. R.

12th Aug. 1 66 1
Humphrey Attwicks aged forty yeares or thereabouts Sworne and
examined vpon his oathe Sayth That aboute f oure or five yeares agoe
this depont being desired to demand a bill of Mrs Cager by this
cleponts Sister in Lawe Anne Hungerford Widd she the said Mrs
Cager replyed to this depont that there was some Recconing betweene
the said Vincent Atchison and her husband And this depont further
sayth that being .... with Mrs Cager he did looke in a bagg and
could not finde itt and this depont retourned back to the said ....
that was Thomas Bushells .... Mrs Cager could not finde the

p. 482

bill but the said Vincent demanded of this depont whether Mrs Cager
looked for this Bill in a long bagg or not And this depont answered
Vincent yea she did but beleiued that she did not knowe the bill, but
Vincent replyed a Pox on her for she counted her bills over oftner
then she sayd her prayers And further this depont sayth that Vincent
went away in a Rayge to the howse of Mr Cager and swore he would
fetch the bill or fyre the howse and did Retourne and bring the
bill And further Sayth not
This Deposicon was taken before me Willm [mark] Marshall his marke
The plt Sueth for tenn pounds Sterling according to a Bill pro-
duced, which vpon Readeing the Obligacon was Confest: But the
deft in discharge thereof pleades that the said Vincent vndertooke to
pay one thousand weight of tobacco for a Servant bought by William
Hungerforde of the deft for which the deft had William Hunger-
fords bill; The plt Replyes that he has sattisfyed the said bill and
that the said bill was deliuered him by the deft which was alsoe
accknowledged by the deft The Judgement of the Board is that the
deft pay vnto the prt the said tenn pounds Sterling with Costs of


It is ordered that all persons that can demand any thing from the
Publique that they bring in their Accompts to morrow before the
Courte rises

The Courte Adjournes whilst to morrow morning tenn of the

Oct. 9
General v.

Wednesday the ninth of October Present all
John Jenkins and William Fuller come forth and appeare to
answere vnto such thinges as shall be objected agt you on the behalfe
of the Lord Proprietor or else you will be out-Lawed Being five tymes
called they neither of [them] appeared The Judgemt ....

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