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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670
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             Provincial Court Proceedings, 1665—66.   9

      John Bayley demds writt agst Reymond Staplefort in an accon Liber FF
    uppon the Case to the uallue of 40th Sterling and 8000 lb tob: and 12th
    Caske
      Warrt to sherf: Cal: County to arrest &c: Ret: 1 day next
    Prouinall Court

      Idem writt agst ditto Staple fort in an accon upon the Case to the ditto die
    uallue of 30000 lb tob:
      Warrt inde and Ret: ut supra

      Idem writt ags ditto Staplefort in an accon uppon the Case to the ditt
    uallue of 6000 lb tob:
      Warrt inde and Ret: ut Supra

      Idem summons in ditto Causo of 6000 lb tob: for John Auery to ditt
    testifye &c:
      Sumons for the sd Auery Ret: first day next Prouinall Court

      John Bayley tms writt agst Reymond staplefort in an accon upon March 12th
    the Case to the uallue of 40000 lb tob:
      Warrt to sherr Cal: County to arrest &c. Ret: first day of the
    next Prouinall Crt.

      These are in the name of the Rigt Honble the Ld Propr of this
    prouince to will & require yow to arrest the Bodyes of Edward Bisse
    and Philip Bisse and them in safe Custody keepe untill they shall
    put in sufficient security to appeare att the next Prouinall Court to
    be houlden att st Marys on the third day of Aprill next there to be
    & prsonally appeare before the Gouernor Chancellor & Councell then
    and there to answere all such thinges as shall be Objected agst them
    on the behalf e of the Lord Proprietary by William Smyth the Attor-
    ney of Wm King the Assignee of Ismaell wright and Executor of the
    Goods and Chattles of Anto Willton late of Caluert County deceased,
    allsoe then and there returne this writt And for soe doeing this shall
    be yor warrant Giuen undr my hand this 17th day March 1665
    To the sherriffe of Caluert County or his deputy

      The said Smyth dds suthons for Guy White samll Sloper & Richard ditto die
    Collett to testifye on behalfe of the Lord Propr in ditto Causo
    upon perill of forfeiting 500 lb tob: each prson in Case they appeare
    not according to Summons
      Wart to sherriffe of Caluert County to warne the prsofls ut supra
    Ret. 3d Aprill next Prouinall Court

      Abraham Rowse demands writt agst Wm Hempsted in an accon [p. 206]
                                                March 22th
    of tresspass uppon the Case to the uallue of fifty pounds sterling
      Warrt to sherr: St Marys County to arrest &c Ret 3d Apr ncxt
    Prouinall Court
    


 
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