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John Gould against one two and}
thirtith parte of the shippe the}
Bendish belonginge to humfry}
Sidney and against the said Sidney ffrancklin}
The like at the petition of ffrancklin
untill wednesday next./.
hill hallett and others against Gold}
To heare the order of the Court
upon Smiths peition Which day
the Judges at Smiths petition did monish
the said Gold then present in Court to make
a fuller answeare to the allegation given and
admitted against him in this cause upon wednesday
A busines of Examination of}
witnesses on th ebehalfe of}
Gilbert Keate and others against}
one sixteenth parte of the shipp}
the hanniball belonging to Timothy}
Shorey and against the said Shorey and all}
et cetera Smith}
The certificate is continued to this day
which day upon [?pronihation] beinge
made for the said Storey and all others et cetera and noe body
appearinge the Judges at the
petition of Smith accusinge their contumacy pronounced
them contumacious Then the said
Smith in paine et cetera porrected a [?secundum]
decretum which the Judges at his petition
in paine et cetera did admitt and decree as
in the same is contained./.
A busines of Examination of}
witnesses on the behalfe of William}
Bennett against one}
16th parte of the Royall defence}
belonging to Samuel Mavericke and}
against the said Mavericke Smith}
Beale against Poldinge}
To heare sentence at Budds petition in which
day the Judges at the petition of the said Budd
did assigne this cause to sentence upon the first
Court day of the next tearme in the presence
of Suckley dissentinge et cetera./.
Polding against Beale}
To heare the order of the Court upon the eaxation
of the charges which day the Judges assigned to
heare th eorder of the Court upon the taxation
of the charges upon the first Court day of the
next Tearme at Budds petition
Garland against Brand}
To heare sentence at the petition of Suckley which day
the Judges at the petition of the said Budd
assigned this cause to sentence the first Court day of the
next tearme in the presence of the said Budd dissentinge
[?Snaden] against Peele and Vincent}
Which day the Judges at the petition of the
said Budd did assigne the said Suckley to
shew cause upon wednesday next why
this sentence given in this cause should not bee
putt in execution and the expences taxed./.