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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1657. 9


Deposit de mr Parks
William Barton Senior aged 52 years or thereabouts Sworne and
Examined in open Court Sayth, that mr Parks when he read the
Exceptions in the Condition; which were Mortallitie Running away
and Sickness this Deponent Sayth that the Said mr Parks did Say
that if the Servant did dye, runnaway, or fall Sick, yett that they
were agreed, the Said Parks was to have the Said Tobacco for the
Servant, from Thomas Batchelor, William Barton

Lib. B. No. 3
Parks v.
Batchelor

Deposit inter mr Trueman & mr Stevenson
The Deposition of Maurice Smith aged forty years or thereabouts
being Sworne Sayeth, that he heard mr Stevenson proffer mr True-
man, one Thousand pounds of Tobacco, for the hyre of his Servant,
the time of the Crop Notwithstanding the Servant was a new hand,
and he did Expect he would be Sick, And farther Sayth to the best

Trueman v.
Stevenson

of his Memory that he heard mr Stevenson Say afterwards that he
had bargained with mr Trueman for one Thousand pounds of
Tobacco and three Barrells of Come. And farther Sayth not
Maurice Smith

The Deposition of Iohn Hyatt aged about twenty Seven yeares,
Sayeth that he did hear his master mr Trueman and mr William
Stevenson, Bargaine for the Hire of this Deponents time till the
last of October and that mr Stevenson was to give to his master one
Thousand pounds of Tobacco and three Barrells of Corne, And
farther Sayth not. Iohn Hyatt

p. 370

Deposit inter mr Parks & mr Batchelor
Richard Tarling aged twenty three years or thereabts Sworne and
Examined upon his Oath Sayeth Concerning a Servant that mr
Sparks hyred to mr Batchelor for the time of three weeks he did
him Little or no worke, by reason of his nasty diseases the flux and
the Scurvey, And farther this Deponent Sayth that mr Sparks Came
to mr Batchelors house one day, and mr Batchelor desired the Said
mr Sparks to take Some Course with him and gett him away for he
had rather give him Six hundred pounds of Tobacco, then be bound
to tend on him, by the reason he was So very nasty, And farther
this Depont Sayth that it hindered most of this Deponents time and
mr Batchelors to tend on him, and farther this Depont Sayeth not.
Signum
Richard X Tarling

Parks v.
Batchelor

The Same Court Continued the 31 of December 1657

Dec. 31, 1657

Present

mr Richard Preston
Mr Michael Brookes
Mr Iohn Hatch
mr William Ewens

Mr Iohn Lawson
Mr Wood: Stockley
mr Thomas Thomas
Mr William Parratt



 
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