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which the Judges admitted soe farre as the same ought by law to be
admitted Which said allegation being soe admitted and repeated and the
said Baker exhibiting for the said Stubbs and making himselfe party for
him not beleeving the same to be true the Judges assigned the said
Suckley to prove the same the thir Court day from hence and decreed for the
said Stubbs his answeare the third day after if et cetera./

John Gould against one 32th parte of the Bendish}
belonging to humfry Sidney and against the}
said Sidney and all others et cetera ffrancklin}

Which day the Judges at the petition of the said
ffrancklin did continue the certificate in the same

state that now it is untill wednesday next in the

A busines of setting forth to Sea of the shipp}
the Scout promoted by William drakeford and}
William Standen and others parteowners of the}
said shipp against Ralph Stubbs owner of an 8th}

Which day Suckley accused the contumacy of the
said Stubb, in not appearinge and desired the
said shipp to bee appraised and sett forth to Sea
at the proper costs and charges of the said
drakeford and Standen Whereupon the Judges
at the petition of the said Suckley did decree the
said shipp to be appraised by Comissioners to be named on
both sides in case the said Colequite shall name Comissioners
by to morrow noone intimation beinge in the meane time given unto him and
the said appraisement being made the Judges at the further petition
of the said Suckley did decree the said shipp to be repaired and
sett to Sea at the proper costs and charges of the said drakeford
Standen and company upon security in the like cases usuall in case noe cause
be shewed to the contrary by Colquites Clients by wednesday next at noone

A generall continuation of all causes and certificates}
untill the last Certificate of thsi Tearme}

Which day the Judges did continue all causes and
certificates this day assigned and continued in which
noe Acts are this day particulerly [?specified] and all
certificates this day to be brought in and which are not
returned in the same state that now they are untill the
last Session of ths Tearme./.

George Blowers and company master and owners}
of the shipp Called the Talent against the}
shipp called the Jeremy whereof William}
Parrish is master and against all et cetera ffrancklin}

Wednesday the 12th of Aprill 1654 before
doctor Clerke and doctor Godolphin Judges et cetera in the
dyning chamber et cetera in the presence of Samuel howe
notary publique Appeared the said ffrancklin for
Thomas Gould and William Babb and made
himselfe party for them and alleadged that the said
shipp the Jeremy doth belonge unto them and produced
for sureties John Rishley of the parish of Saint Saviours
in the burrough of Southwarke Baker and William
Parish of Redriffe in the County of Surrey marriner whoe
submitting themselves et cetera obliged themselves et cetera for the said Gold
and Babb in the summe of 60 li of lawfull money of England to the
said George Blowers and company to answer the action in this
behalfe commenced against the said shippe and to pay what they shalbe condemned
in with expences of suite in case they shalbe overthrowne And unles
et cetera Which caution the Judges receaved and decreed the said shipp to be
released from the arrest Then the said ffrancklin under protestation not
acknowledginge any dammage to be done to the said shipp the Talent or
any thinge to be due to the said Blowers and company but to avoid
further vexation and suite he tendred xx s for the pretended dammage and
vj s for the expences which he left in the Registry of this Court./.

A busines