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William nolson Edmund Crispe}
and Company Mariners of}
the said shipp against whatsoever}
freight due for the service of the}
shipp the Two Brothers in the}
hands of John Berely Thomas}
Berely and Richard Houlder et cetera}
against John Bland}


Richard Beare against twoe 16th parts}
Of the shipp the Reason belonginge}
to Thomas with and against the}
said with Suckley Clements}

The like with.
Clements appeared for
With. and Suckley for
Beare whome the Judges
assigned to give a libell with
Sureties the next Court day.

Benjamin Crandley Arthur Bayley}
and Company owners of the margaret}
Robert ffax master against the Mayflower}
and against William White the master}
Suckley }

The like white. /
which day Clements appeared
for White and Suckley
for Crandley and Company
whome the Judges to give a
Libell for the sureties the next Court

George Margetts against eleaven 16th}
partes of the shipp formerlye}
called the Loyaltie but nowe the}
Reformation Anthony Earninge}
master belonginge to nicholas Terrike}
and Company, Clements Budd}

The like Terrike and
which day Bud appeared
For Terrike and Company
and Clements for margetts
whome the Judges assigned
to give a libell with sureties
the next Court day.

The Lord Oxinsterne Gustavus Horme}
And others against Thomas Chelston}
Suckley, Smith}

The like Chelston.
Forth day the Judges at
the petition of the said
Suckley assigned the cause
to Sentence the next Court
day saveing the said Chelstons
answere in the presence of Smith

John Gould against one 32th part}
of the shipp the Bendish belonginge}
to humfry Sidney and against the}
said Sidney and all others et cetera}

which day the Judges at the
petition of the said ffranklin
did continue the Certificate
in the same state that nowe
it is untill the next Court day.

hayes and others against Shapton}
Suckley, Smith, ffranklin}

Which day the said Suckley
porrected a Bill of expences
which he desired to be taxed in
the presence of the said ffranklin
dissentinge whereupon the Judges
assigned to heare the orders of the
Court upon the taxation of the same the
next Court day in the presence of the said
ffranklin dissentinge, and they ordered the
said bill be lefte in the Registrye of this Court
to the end the said ffranklin may in the meane tyme
peruse the same ../

The Lord Protector et cetera John}
Trevathan and Henry Duncalfe}
Bud Allen./}

Which day the said Allen –
appeared for the said John
Trevathan and Henry
Duncalfe, and made him selfe