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Richard Thomson against one halfe parte of}
the shipp the Love of London belonginge}
to John Salmonson and against the said}
Salmonson and all others et cetera Baker}
Which day upon [?preconhation] beinge
made for all in this behalfe cited and
noe body appearing the Judges at the
petition of the said Baker accusinge
their contumacy pronounced them
Contumacious and in paine et cetera to have fallen
into the second default and continued the certificate
in the same that now it is untill the sixteenth
day of this month./.
Salmon against Witherby}
Which day the said Smith alleadged that it is not fully
answeared by the said witnesses to the positions and
articles of the allegation given in and admitted againt him on the
behalfe of the said Salmon referring himselfe et cetera in the presence
of the said Suckley alleadging that it is fully answeared to the
same referring himselfe et cetera Whereupon the Judges assigned to hear
the order of the Court upon the fuller answeares of the said Withers
in the afternoone Which afternoone the Judges upon reading
the answeares of the said Withers it appearing that the same are
defective did monish him to make a fuller answeare to the said allegation
before Satterday next or to appeare upon Satterday morninge to
sea himselfe declared pro confesso./.
A busines of examination of witnesses on the}
behlafe of Maurice Thomson and others}
touching the losse of the shippe the}
James and her ladinge Budd}
Which day the said Budd gave an
allegation in writinge which the Judges at
his petition admitted soe farre as the same
is by law admissible Then the said
Budd upon the same produced for a
witnes Thomas Pitman whom the Judges
reeaved and administred an oath unto him to
speake the truth at the time of his examination
Noseworthy and Peirce against Chambers}
Which day the Judges at the petition of
dyer assigned this cause to Sentence upon
munday next in the afternoone in the presence
of Smith dissentinge et cetera./.
Chambers against P[?arse] and Noseworthy}
The like at the petition of Smith./.
John Curtes against the shipp the}
William of Boston of which Paul}
Nightingale is Master and her tackle and}
furniture and against William ffare}
Thomas Addams and company comming}
in for their Interest therein Allen}
Which day appeared the said Allen
for the said William ffare Thomas
Addams and company and made himselfe
party for them and alleadged that the said
shipp doth belong unto them and produced
the sureties Henry Gayer of [?Broadstreet]
Salter and John dalby of the same place