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Pope and others against Orton}
Clements Smith}

Which the Judges at the petition of Clements published
the depositions of the witnesses on his parte produced sworne
and examined and decreed copies to both sides in the presence of
Smith dissentinge./.

Morgan against Thursly hardresse}
Smith Suckley}

Which day the Judges did decree the said hardresse
to be monished to appeare the sixth day after if et cetera
to answeare to the libell given against him in this cause

hanniball Vivian against a 4th parte of the}
shipp the Vivian whereof William Tiddyman}
is Master and against hue Smith and company}
dyer Suckley}

Which day Suckley according to the assignation of Court
[?XXXXing] the respective names of the said
company alleadged that Richard Crandley is
owner of one 8th parte of the said shippe
Job Throgmorton of one 16th parte henry
Bernard of one 16th parte Thomas hall of one
16th parte William Lee of one 16th parte Thomas davies of one 16th parte
Edward Noseworthy of the one
16th parte and William Tiddyman of one 16th parte of the
said shippe and the said Suckley [?excerpted] his proxie for them
respectively and made himselfe party for them and prayed a libell in
this cause or his Clyents to be dismissed with charges Whereupon dyer
gave in a libell which this Court at his petition admitted soe farre et cetera Suckley
dissentinge Then the said Libell being admitted and repeated but not beleeved
by Suckley the Court at dyers petition decreed for the answeares of the
said parties principall to appeare this day fortnight and gave him to
prove the same the third Court day soe that et cetera


A busines of examination of witnesses on the}
behalfe of Thomas horth Thomas}
Rodberd henry Cox and Edward Lee}
touchinge the losse of the shipp the}
James and her tackle et cetera}

Satterday the 4th day of March 1653
before doctor Clerke and Charles George
Cocke Esquire Judges et cetera in doctors Clerkes
chamber et cetera in the presence of Sam: howe
Notary publique Appeared the said horth
and produced upon the Interrogatories by
him administred John Aldis to whom the Judges
administred an oath to speak the truth at the
time of his examination./.

John Addys against 200 barrells of herrings or
whatsoever other goods in the shipp the}
Edward whereof Robert Jacobs is Master}
belonging to Robert hammond and against}
the said hammond and all others et cetera}
Suckley Smith}

Which day the said Smith appeared for
the said hammond and made himselfe
party for him and produced for sureties
Samuel harwood of the parish of Saint
Mary Madgaleene Milkstreet London Merchant
and John dubois of the parish of Saint Mary
Aldermanbury London merchant who submitting
themselves et cetera obliged themselves et cetera for the said
Robert hammond in the summe of 400 li of lawfull
money of England to the said John Adis to answeare
the action in this behalfe commenced by the said Adis against