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Provincial Court Land Records, 1676-1700
Volume 717, Page 235   View pdf image
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       Declaracon in every part thereof is aided to arranted supplyed and made good As by the same statutes
       may more fully appeare And therefore he prays that Judgement may be entred according to the
       Verdict of the Jury aforesaid                                                            Tho Truman

       After full hearing & Examinacon of the p.rmisses It is the Opinion of the Court That the reasons in
       arrest of Judgem.t Exhibited by the aforesaid John Abington are not sufficient to stay the giveing and
       entring of Judgem.t upon the Verdict aforesaid and therefore it is Ordered by the Court here that
       the said John Abington pay unto the said Thomas Trueman as well the aforesaid sume of Two hundred
       & Fifty pounds of tobacco att five farthings p pound according to the Verdict aforesaid as also his
       reasonable Costs expended in prosecuting the said Suite
       The came the aforesaid John Abington by Charles Boteler his Attorny and appealed to the Prov.ll
       Court and for the due prosecucon of the same appeale produces Joseph Baker & Andrew
       Dickenson who in Open Court acknowledge y.e Recognizance following viz.t

                   Joseph Baker and Andrew Dickenson acknowledge themselves bound unto Thomas Trueman
       in the sume of six thousand pounds of Tobacco to be leavyed on their Goods and Chattles Lands
       and Tenements to the use of the said Thomas Trueman

                   The Condicon of this Recognizance is such that if the above named John Abington
       shall not pursue the directions of the Act of Assembly (intituled an Act for Appeales and
       regulating Writts of Erro.r) att the Prov.ll Court now next ensueing according to the Rules
       of the Provinciall Court And prosecute this Appeale Effort And shall not alsoe satisfie and pay
       unto the said Thomas Trueman his heires or Assignes (in case Judgem.t now given against the said John
       shalbe affirmed) as well all & singular the Debts Damages & Costs adjudged by the aforesaid Judgem.t
       as alsoe all Costs and damages that shalbe Awarded by the Provinciall Court for the same delaying
       of Execucon Then this Recognizance shall stand in full force and Vertue
                                  Copia Vera p Chr Kellett Dep.ty Clk

                   On which said Twenty sixth day of May in the yeare of our Lord one thousand six hundred Eighty One  
                   aforesaid Came the said John Abington by his Attorny aforesaid and according to a certaine
                   Act of Assembly in that Case made and Provided Entituled an Act for appeales & regulateing
                   writts of Erro.r offereth to the Court here for cause & Reason of his the said John Abingtons
                   appealing from the Judgement of the said Court of Calvert County for that the Record and proceeding
                   aforesaid are manifestly Erronious as followeth viz.t

First   The Declaracon is Erronious in this that the Accon (as by the Precipe thereof appeared) is brought against
       John Abington and the assumpsit as well matter of Fact in the said Declaracon sett forth is against Thomas
       Abington which should have been layd against John Abington if his Factor was by him legally Impowered
       to Deale to his use and the Contract made in his name and to his use

Secondly    The Declaracon charges not John Abington Either in Debt or in Assumpsit without one of which
        the Declaracon is not sufficient to meynteyne the Accon against him

Thirdly        The Declaracon is vitious in this that the said Thomas Abington the servant is not therein
        averred to mention his Master or Imployers name in the Contract and bargaine made for the
        Perewigg without which it doth not Charge the said John But by the law is implyed to be some other use

Fourthly      In the said Declaracon it is not sett forth that the Perewigg came to the use of the said
       John Abbington without which the said John Abington by the law is not chargeable therewith neither
       ought the accon to have been brought against him

       All which is materiall Erro.r to reverse the Judgem.t aforesaid And therefore the said John prayeth to
       be dismist from the Judgement of the County Court aforesaid & that to all that he hath thereby lost he may be Restored
                                                                                                                               C Boteler & Deft

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