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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 586   View pdf image (33K)
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586 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661.

P. C. R.

of Suite, but Cattle only, which he was ever ready to sattisfye and
sent one to performe, and that the Refusall was in the said Burdett,
not in yor Orator.
He further Conceiveth that the said Servants being vnder his lops
writt of Subpa Commanded to Cort were by vertue of that Subpa
exempted from Execucon vntill their returne from whence they came
But had Tobacco not Cattle been due by that order he appre-
hendth itt could not haue swelled to that vast sume of 3152tt and
therefore humbly prayeth
That yee will be pleased in Tender Consideracon of yor Orators
greate suffring and infinite disgrace hapned hereby to grant his lops
writt of Subpa directed to the Sherriff of Charles County, where the
sd Burdett resydeth to Compell him the said Burdett to appeare be-
fore yor honors to give an Accompt how soe greate a Charge hath
arisen vpon his demand, and that he the said Burdett may be Com-
pelled to accept of his Cattle soe ordered him with his just and
reasonable Costs and Restore him his said Servants with such dam-
mage as he hath suffred by that seazure and detention And he shall
pray &c.
The deft Answeres that he has done nothing but what he had warr(
from the Chancellor.
The plt desires that his Wittnesses may be Examined which was
Ordered that the Sherriff of Calvert County doe bring in the
writt of Execucon agt the next Cort and give his Attendance together
with Mr Thomas Burdett to Cleare the busines

Stanley v
p. m.

To the honoble the Gouernor and Councell of Maryland .... And
further sheweth that whereas the sd Sadleir and Scapes were very
intimate, and before they had ballanced Accts were vnhappyly
drowned together And that the Admr of the said Scapes did receive
by vertue of those notes the greater parte of the said 6464l after
the decease of the said Scapes and Sadleir and one hhd more o0f
Nicholas Carre and standeth noe way indebted to the said Scapes
either by booke or otherwise as he knoweth of
He therefore humbly desireth that the Estate of the said Scapes
may be responsible for the said 6464l of tobacco Ballancing the said
2013l tob. knowne due as aforesaid
Ordered vpon the petn abouesaid that Mr John Bateman and Mr
Thomas Manning doe state the acco Betweene the plt and deP as
Admrs to Scapes & Sadleir and reporte itt to the next Proa11 Cort

Young v
Slye Admim

To the honoble the Gouernor & Councell of State
The humble petn of Nicholas Young Sheweth That Samuell
Smith decd being indebted to yor petr 2440ll of tobacco in Caske, did

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