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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 587   View pdf image (33K)
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661. 587

order the said debt to be sattisfyed in the hand of Mrs Anne Tilney,
and to that Effect wrote to her the said Tilney desiring her to make
payment of the said debt which she refuseth to performe
He therefore prayeth order for the said debt agt Mr Robert Slye
Administrator of the said Smith with Costs of suite And he shall
pray &c.
Mrs Tylney You were pleased the last yeare to send me word by
Mrs Gerrard that the Tobacco due to Mr Stenwick was ready but I
had noe tyme to looke after itt, till such tyme as yor Tobacco ....

P. C. R.

for soe much, and this my noate shall ingage me to deliver you Mr
Hoskins his bill vpon the receipt of the whole debt, thus not
Questioning but you will Complye with my reasonable demands I
remayne Yoes to Comand Sam: Smith
November 16th 1661
Ordered that the deft as Admr to Samuell Smith pay two thousand
foure hundred and forty pounds of tobacco, and that Nicholas
Young doe give vnto Mr Robert Slye a bill of Sale for a Negro
which was in Consideracon for the aforesd debt.

p. 1117

To the honoble the Gouernor and Councell of the Province of

The humble petn of Henry Heylyn Attorney of Luke Barbeir That
Richard Morley and the said Doctor Luke Barber did by an In-
strumt vnder their hands beareing date 8th October 1661 become
bound each to other in the Sume of 1000ll Tob. in Caske for the
true performance of certaine Condicons in the sd Instrument Con-
tayned as relacon being therevnto had will more largely appeare
Yett now soe itt is may itt please yor honors that the said Morley
hath not performed his parte of the aforesaid Condicons by reason
whereof the sd Barber is much dampnifyed.
The prmisses Considered yor petr humbly prayes that the said
Morley may be ordered to make paymt of the sd 1000ll Tob. according
to the Tenor of the aforesaid Instrumt And he shall pray &c.
The deft pleades that his name is not Richard but Wm Morley
therefore desires that the writt be Nonsuited which was ....

Barber v.


.... to the Landing of Richard True some fiue or six yeares since,
And did agree with one Wm Smoote and the said True to Trim and
repayre the said Shallop for 1600tt of tobacco, and delivered the same
into their posson to the same Effect, as by Wittnes will appeare which
they never returned to yor petr Wherefore he humbly Craveth that
yor Honors will grant him order for sattisfaccon for the said Shal-
lopp with damages & Cost of suite And he shall pray &c.
Knowe all men by theis prsents that I Willm Smoote of Charles
County in the Province of Maryland Boate Right doe hereby Con-

Pheypo v.
Smoote &
p. 1118

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