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farre remote from this Citty and cannot without great charge
and expence come upp thither to give baile to answeare theaction commenced against the said shippe wherefore he desired a
Comission to be decreed to take security of the said Hadshon
and company to answeare the said action which the Judges did
decree and comitted their power unto Peter Hodgshon John Harrison
and Thomas Gilland [?William] Chapman./.

Thomas Horst against the shipp the}
William and George and against all}
et cetera Smith}

Which day the Judges at the petition
of the said Smith did continue the
certificate in the same state that now it
is untill the first Court day of the next

Mathew Heamanes and Company master and}
parte owners of the shipp the Harry}
against one 16th parte belonging to}
Jasper Draper and one other 16th parte}
belonginge to Mary Eronos Smith}

The like./.

Curtis against Cockaine Clements}

Tuesday the one and twentith of March 1653
before all the Judges et cetera in the dyninge
chamber et cetera in the presence of Sam: Howe
notary publique Appeared the said Cocquaine to
whome the Judges administred an oath upon the
holy Evangelists to make a true answeare to the
allegation given against him and then the said Cockaine
gave in his answeare which he acknowledged to be true

Potter and others against Reymond}
ffrancklin Smith}

Which day the Judges upon hearinge the
proofes made in this cause and upon
consideration had of the same and hearing the
Councell on both sides did declare that they
did condemnne the said Reymond in damages to
be liwuidated by this Court and in expences./.

The Lord Oxisterne Gustavus}
Horne and others against Thomas
Chelston Suckley Smith}

Which day the said Smith
appeared for the said Chelston and
made himselfe party for him and
produced for sureties William Quinton of
the parish of Allhallowes Barking London
Goldsmith and Thomas James of the
parish of Saint Giles Cripplegate London merchant
who submittinge themselves et cetera obliged themselves et cetera
for the said Thomas Chelston in the sume of 200 li
of lawfull money of England to the Lord Oxinsterne
CGastavus Horne and others to answeare the action
commenced against him and to pay what he shalbe condemned
in with expences of suite in case he shalbe overthrowne
and to bring forth the said Cheston in Judgement and the
said Chelston obliged himselfe et cetera in the same summe and to the
same effect and to save his said sureties harmeles And unles
et cetera./.