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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 112   View pdf image (33K)
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                  112    Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.

             Liber A William Robisson demands subpenes for Hennery Moore and Mr
                   Tho Hussey to testifie for ditto Robisson in Causa depending between
                   him and Mr Edward Waker of London Marchant:

                     Hennerie Moore entereth his Marke of Hogs and Cattell videlicet
                 327 too slits one each Eare and the middel peece taken away about the
                   middel part of the eare the too slits are right downe

                     Mr Thomas Stone demands a warrant against James Lee in an
                   action of Debt to the valew of too thousand pounds of tob: and
                     Warrant to the Sheriffe to arest &c, Ret: ut supra

                     Edmond Linsey as the Atturney of Mr George Coatlow demand a
                   warrant against John Baptista in an action of debt: to the valew
                   of sixteene hundered pounds of tob:
                     Warrant to the Sheriffe &c

         [p. 125] At A Court held in Charleses Countie the of March Ao 166o
                   Mr Hennerie Addames              . .    Mr James Linsey
                   Mr Francis Pope          Mr Thomas Baker

                  Liuete:    Robert Troope Plantiue The Plantiue Aresting the defen
                   Richard Trew Defendant   Jdant in an action of the Case
                       Prefereth his Petition as followeth

                328 To the Worshipfull Commissioners of Charleses Countie the
                   humble Petition of Liuetenant Robert Troope most humblie Sheweth
                     That Whearas Richard Trew hath uttered diuers words much tend
                   ing unto the disparagment of your Petitioner in open Court as your
                   petitioner shal make manifestly appear by the oaths of Seuerall The
                   Premisses beeing taken into your serious Considerations your Peti
                   tioner most humblie Craueth relife and your Petitioner shal Pray &c

                     The Defendant not appearing the Sheriffe William Empson
                 329 Craueth a Referance which is Granted

                   William Robisson Plantiue The Plantiue not Appearing the defen
                 330 John Cain Defendant    dant by his Atturney Edmond Linsey
                    Craueth a nonsuit which is granted

                   Mr James Linsey Plantiue The Plantiue Aresting the Defen
                   Christopher Riuers Defendant dant in an action of defamation and
                331     the Plant: beeing one of the Commissioner and not beeing Commis
                   sioners enough to make a ful board withowt him it thearfor ordered
                   that this buisnes bee respited until next Court.

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