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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 275   View pdf image (33K)
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            Charles County Court Proceedings, 1662-1666.     275

       To the Worshipfull Commissioners of Char!eses Countie the Liber B
      humble Petition of Daniell Hutt Atturney to W Henry Mees and
      Benbow humbly Sheweth
       That whearas Mr James Walker standeth indebted unto your Pe
      titioner as aforesayd eight hundered and sixty eight pounds of to
      bacco by speciallty and no satisfaction beeing maed your your peti
      tioner humbly Craueth an order of Court with forbaerance with Cost
      and Charge of suit and your petitioner as in dutie bound shall euer
      pray &c

       Know all men by thees Presants that I Daniell hutt Atturney of
      Mr Henry Mees and Mr John Benbow Marchants doe hearby Consti
      tut and appoynt George Thompson Gent: my good and law full At
      turney to arest sue and implead W James Walker in and Concerning
      a debt dew per specialtie giuen my sayd Atturney power to depute
      by vertue hearby one or More atturneys as hee shall thinck fit in [p. 4]
      witnes whearof I haue set my hand this 27th of October Ao 1662
   In presence of Tho: Mathews          Dany' Hutt
                Leonard Green:

       This bill bindeth mee James Walker my heyrs Executors and Ad
      ministratrors to pay or Cause to bee payd unto henry Mees his heirs
      or Assignes the just sum of eight hundered sixty eight pounds of
      euery way well Conditioned tobacco and Caske at or upon the tenth of
      Nouember next ensuing beeing for a valuable Consideration already
      Receaued witnes my hand this 6th day of May Ao 1661
      Witnes Justinian Gerrard         James Walker
           Samuell Dobson

       Whearupon the defendant Craueth a referance (ahleaging the to
      bacco neuer to haue bin demanded this year nor the last) which is

     Robert Shy as Administrator The plantiue aresting the defendant in
       to Samuel Smith Plantiue an action of debt proueth that the de
      Edmond Lendsey Defendant fendant standeth indebted unto him as
      Administrator of samuell Smith six hundered pounds of tobacco by
      bill: and the defendant not beeing able to prone the sayd debt satisfied
      it is thearfor ordered that the defendant pay unto the Plantiue as
      aforsd six hundered pounds of tob: and Caske with Cost and Charge
      of suit: the P!antiues Petition and Patrick hayses oath together with
      the defendants bill are as followeth

       To the worshipfull Commissioners of Charleses County the
      humble Petition of Robert Shy humbly sheweth;
       That whearas Edmond Lendsey is indebted six hundered pounds
      of tob and Caske to the Estate of Samuell Smith (Deceased) as by
      his specialty doth appear and no satisfaction beeing yet giuen your

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