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Chancery Court, Chancery Record, 1671-1712
Volume 748, Page 601   View pdf image
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For Ever to have and to hold two markets weekly within

this said Citty on every wednsday and Saturday in the weeke in

some Convenient place to be by them appointed within the presincts

Liberties of the said City and alsoe two ffairs yearly to be kept on

Munday otherwise called St. Phillip and Jacobs Day and on the

feast of St. Michaell the Archangell or on the next Day succeeding

each or other of them in case they shall happen to fall on the

Lords Day for the sale and vending all mannor of goods Cattle

wares and Merchandizes whatever on which said ffair Day &

first two days before and after all persons comeing to the said ffairs

together with their Cattle goods ^wares^ and Merchandizes and returning

thence shall be exempt and Previllidged from any arrest attachmts

or Executions whatsoever and that the said Mayor and Aldermen

shall have power to sett such Reasonable Tole upon such goods Cattle

Merchandizes and other Comodities as shall be sold therein Re=

spectively as shall be thought fitt not exceeding six pence on every

Beast sold and the twentieth parte of the vallue of any Comodity

and shall and may hold a Courte of Pypowdry Dureing the said ffair

for the Determination of all Controversies and Quarrels which may

happen therein according to the usuall Course in England in the like

Cases and wee grant unto them all Profitts and perquisits Due In=

=cident and belonging to said Markett fair and Courte of Pypowdry

and further wee doe grant that the said Mayor Recorder,

and Aldermen or any three or more of them shall hold a Courte

of Hustings within the said City where they are hereby Impowered

to make proper officers and settle Reasonable ffees not exceeding

what are now allowed in the County Courte and shall have jurisdiction

and hold Plea of Trespass and Gectment for any lands or Tenements

within the said City as alsoe of all writts of Dower for the same land

and Tenements and of all other actions personall and mixt and as

a Courte of Record give Judgemt and award Execucon thereon

according to the Laws and Statues of England and this Province






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