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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 145   View pdf image (33K)
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           Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.     145

      The Plantiue desireth that Francis Ferenla might haue his oath Liber A
     giuen him which is granted:
      Francis Ferenla sworne and examined in open Court sayeth that [p. 154]
     Richard Tarlin did say that Mis Long did say that goodie michell
     did giue her a hen and Chickings but shee thaught shee had fore
     spoake them and further sayeth not

     the euidence beeing Circumspectedly inspected and the defendant de
     niing to haue miscalled lied the plantiue and also affirming that shee hath
     nothing to accuse her of it is the opinion of the bord that ther is no
     cause of Action it is thearfor ordered that the Plantiue shoolcl bee
     Jane Michel Plantiue     The Plantiue Aresting the defendant
Mr James Walker Defendant     in an action of Defamation Prefereth
                        her Petition as followeth

      To the worshipfull Commissioners of Charleses Countie the Peti
     tion of Joane Michell humbly sheweth
      That Whearas Mr James Walker hath spoken words tending to the
     taking away of your Petitioners good name shee humbly Intreateth
     this Court that the sayd Partye bee questioned what hee can lay to 387
     your Petitioners Charge and if hee haue nothing to taxe your Pe
     titioner with in the face of this Court shee humbly treateth a vindica
     tion with Charge of Court and your Petitioner will pray

      The Defendant Deniing to haue spoken any ill of her and the plan-
     tine not beeing able to prooue any thing against him It is thearfor
     Ordered tht the plantiue shoold bee nonsuited
     Mis Mary Vanderdunke Plantiue      The Plantiue Aresting the de
     Mr Thomas Lomax the Atturney of fendant in an Action of Debt
      Capt Josias Fendall Defendant     Prefereth her Petition as fol

      To the Worshipfull Commissioners of Charleses County the
     humble Petition of Mary Vanderdunk humbly Sheweth:
      That Whearas Capt: Josias Fendall did send unto your Petitioner
     a saruant of his which had let his legg run to so bad a Condition that
     Capt: Fendall coold not tell what to do with it: but sent him to your 388
     Petitioners house and desiered mee to endeauour the Cure of his mans
     legg and hee woold giue your petitioner such satisfaction as I shoold
     thinck fitt the which Capt: fendall denieth to make me payment ac
     cording unto his Promis Further Captayne Fendall sent a Carpinder
     of his to your Petitioner which had a Canker in his mouth and your
     petitioner cured him of it and bee denieth to make payment also an
     other man of his which had a sore mouth which your Petitioner
     Cured: The sayd Capt: Fendall denieth to macke paymen according [p. 155]

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