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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 585   View pdf image (33K)
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661. 585

Sume of fiue thousand five hundred pounds of good sound Tobacco
with caske fitt for Merchants vse which is for a valluable Considera-
con already received and is to be payd vpon all demands As Wittnes
my hand this 24th of February 1661 Tho. Gerrard
Wittness Robert Henley his 1 marke Edmund Pinson Samuell
The deft answeres that he did Signe such a Bill and other hills to
Daniell Johnson but itt was vn justly gotten at dice, The Wittnesses
sweare tht the bill was given in Consideracon of the delivery of
another Bill given by Robert Henley to Daniell Johnson for five
thousand five hundred pounds of tobacco
Ordered that the deft doe pay vnto the plt 5500lb Tobacco and
Costs of Suite

P. C. R.

To the honoble the Gouernor and Councell of Maryland

The humble petn of John Abington Sheweth That whereas Wm
Lowry doth vn justly possess parte of yor .... petr hath Survayed
and Pattented as .... said William Lowry be .... my Trusty f reind
to be my true and lawfull Attorney in a Case depending Betweene
Mr Abington and I the said Wm Lowry and doe hereby theis prsents
give my Attorney full power to sue or impleade imprison or Release
to acquitt or discharge in as full and ample manner as if I my selfe
were there in pson wherevnto I sett my hand and scale 26th Sept
1662 the mke M of Wm Lowry
Testis George Hardesty Gab. Barkeley
The deft by his Attorney James Jolley sayth that the land was
survayed for Alexander Maggruder and tht he hath payd rent for itt
but can produce noe Certifft of Survey out of the office nor vnder any
Surveyors hand
This Cause is Respitted till next Cort

Abington p.
Manning v.
Wm Lowry
p. Attorn.
James Jolly
p. 1114

To the honoble the Chancellor of Maryland and Councell of State.

Hugh Stanley in humble manner Complayneth That in February
1660 Thomas Burdett Confessed Judgemt to Thomas Trueman for a
heifer and Calfe, the milke of tht Heifer with Costs of Suite
The same Cort he arrested yor Orator but discontinued his suite agt
October Cort following, he againe arrested yor Orator & obteyned
order to pay him a Heifer and Calfe, with such dammage as he had
payed the said Trueman. Yor Orator further sheweth that after the
sd order the said Burdett came vnto him and demanded 3000ll of
tobacco in Hew of that order but yor Orator disputing his demand
offered him sattisfaccon according to the Contents of his sd order,
and sent one James Jolly along with him to pay him who went

Stanley v.

together as both yor Orator and the sd Jolly Conceived .... sattisfac-
con, .... Tobacco due to the sd Burdett more then the ordinary costs

p. 1115

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