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Waters and others against}
Bland, Bud Suckley}

Which day the said Judges at the petition
of Budd assigned to heare this cause
upon ffriday next in the afternoone in
the presence of Suckley dissentinge.

A Busines of Contempt}
promoted by John Cole master}
of the shipp the John of London}
against Adam Jennings Roger}
Coleman and Thomas Seaman}
their Attorney Suckley}

Which day the said Suckley
appeared for the said Cole, and
made himself party for him, and
alleadged that the said Coleman (sic)
and Jennings by the said Seaman
their Attorney doe sue and
implead the said Cole in the [?XXXX]
Sheriffs Court in the Cittie of London
for a matter of thinge belonginge to the
Jurisdiction of this Court videlicet for the benefitt
of the sixteenth part of the said shippe in contempt
of the lawe and of the Jurisdiction of this Court
And thereupon the Judges at the petition of the said
Suckley did decree the said Coleman and Jennings
and the said Seaman their Attorney to be monished
to appeare in this place upon Satterday next in the
morninge betweene the howres of nyne and twelve to
shewe cause why articles of Contempt concerninge
the premisses should not be admitted against him./

Gilbert keat Thomas Jennings}
and Company against Alderman}
John ffredericke and others}
Smith Budd}

Which day the said
Smith appeared for the said
Jennings and Company and made
himself party for them and the
Judges at the petition of the said
Budd and assigned the said Smith
to give a libell with sureties this day

Pope and others against}
Orton Clements Smith}

Which day appeared the said Orton and
lefte in the Registrye of this Court
an Account of the charges and proffitts
of the hoye called the Content, and by
vertue of his corporall oath to him administred
by the Judges did depose that the same is a
true and iust Accompt aswell for the Charge
as the discharge/

Alexander Symonds Thomas}
Cartwright, Barnaby Burrough}
Thomas Gooch, Nathaniell Ashby}
and Joseph Paine against 14 sixteenth}
parts of the summe of 400 li or of}
whatsoever other summe of money}
proceedinge of the sale of a}
certaine shipp or vessell named the}
Peter and the ladinge of goods
that were in her as belonginge}
to themselves and against all et cetera}
Bud, Smith}

Which day the said Smith
appeared for henry Cooke
and made himself party
for him, and alleadged
that the said money doth
belonge unto him, and
produced for sureties John
Whaley of the precinct
of Saint Katherines neere the
Tower of London gentleman and
Samuel Selwin of the
parishe of Stepney in the County
of Middlesex Bisketbaker whoe submitting
themselves et cetera obliged themselves et cetera
for the said Henry Cooke in the summe of
Seaven hundred pounds of lawfull money
of England to the said Alexander Symons
Thomas Cartwright Barnaby Burrough, Thomas
Gouch, Nathaniel Ashby and Joseph Paine to restore
the said fourteene sixteenth parts of the said summe