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the said herrings and others goods and to pay what he shalbe
condemned in with expences of suite in case he shalbe overthrowne
And unles et cetera which caution the Judges receaved and decreed the
said herrings and other goods to be released from the arrest
John Barke[?man] against Vincent delabarre}
Thomas delavall and Richard Pettingale}
Which day the said Suckley produced
for suretie Timothy Crusoe the
elder of the parish of Saint hellens
London merchant who submitting himselfe et cetera
obliged himselfe et cetera for the said Barkman in
the summe of 30 li of lawfull money of England
to the said Vincent delabarre Thomas delavall
Richard Pettingale to prosecute the action
commenced against them by the said Barkeman and
to pay the expences of suite in case he shalbe overthrowne
And unles et cetera ./.
The office of the Judges promoted by }
Roswell and [?Clough] against Jenkin Ellis}
Munday the sixth of March 1653 before
all the Judges et cetera in the dyning chamber
et cetera in the presence of Sam: howe Notary
publique The Judges ar Roswells petition
assigned to heare this cause upon wednesday next
in the afternoone in the presence of Amith
Satterday the fourth of March 1653 before all the
Judges et cetera in the dyning chamber et cetera in the presence
of Sam howe Notary publique.
Brookes against Cade}
To heare sentence at the petition of ffrancklin./.
Bollee against Skinner}
The like at Colquites petition which day the Judges
at Colequites petition did assigned this cause to sentence
upon wednesday next in the presence of the said Suckley
dissentinge et cetera./.
The office of the Judges promoted by dry}
against James ffrancklin Clements}
To heare the order of the Court upon
the admission of Clements allegations and
in case the same be not to be admitted to
heare sentence at ffrancklins petition./.
Richard James against the Shipp formerly}
called the Hopewell of London now}
the ffortune whereof John Rowe alias}
Rose is Master and her tackle et cetera belonging}
to the said James and against all et cetera dyer}
The fourth default is granted and
the certificate is continued to this day which
day the Judges at the petition of the said
dyer did continue the certificate in the same
state that now it is in till wednesday