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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 5   View pdf image (33K)
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     Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662. 5

     tories the Defen: craueth a nonsute which is granted him by the LiberA

     Thomas Ashbrooke Plan :1 Upon the demand of thomas Ashbrooke
     Arthur Turner Def: f Plant: against Arthur Turner Def: for
     200lb of tob: upon an account it biing aprooued as lust and dew by 8
     the defen it is ordered that the defen: Pay unto the Plant: 1000
     nayles and one hundered & six pounds of tob: & no more

     Edward Bouls Plant: Upon demand of Edward Bouls Plan:
     Arthur Turner Defe :J against Arthur Turner Def: for 500lb of
     tob: upon ballancing their accounts the Def: acknowlegeth in open
     Court a iuclgment for three hundered thirtie three tb of tob: & caske
     unto the Plant: thearfor it is ordered that the Defendant pay the
     sayd three hundered thirtie three pound of tobacco with cost of sute

       The Court Adiurned by the Gouernor until the afternoone

       To the Honble Gouernor & Councel & the Worshipful Commi
     sioners for Charleses CoThe humble Petition of Thomas Baker Humblie Sueth        10
       That whearas youer Petitioner aboue mentioned the 14th of April
     Ao 1656 was Posessed of a Parcel of land by John Neuil in the behalf
     of Mr John Jarbo & receaued of him a bil of Saile for the Said
     land ritten with pouder incke which your Peti: fearing it woold not
     remaine firme, demanded of John Neuil (before the deliuerie of
     the Sayd bill of saile a bil righten with better incke, which the sayd
     Neuil promd to performe upon demand but from time to time hath
     still refefused to performe The Premises considered your Petitioner [p.6]
     humbli craueth that he may haue an order of Court for the sayd
     Neuill forthwith to per forme the sayd bargin by cleliuering unto
     your Pet: a firme bill of sad righten with good incke and also paye
     the charges of Court & Your Petiti: shal Pray

     Thomas Baker Plat : Upon demand of Thomas Baker Plant: against
     John Neuil Defen: JJohn Neuil def: in an actione of the case the
     Plant: by petitione clameth of the defen: a new bil of Saile for a 11
     parcel of land which was Sould by the Defen: unto the Plant by
     reson that the former bil passed was righten with pouder incke &
     not now to bee red which the defen: hath refused to doe

       Francis Pope Sworne in open Courte
       Sayeth that the land now in despute was marked out by the Def:
     for the Plant: and that a bil of Sayle was passed by the def: thear
     for unto the Plantiue: with promis to renew that bil of Saile when
     euer it shoold bee worne out & that upon demand which is also
     verified by an oath of William Empson witnes to the sayd bil of


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