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Salter who submitting themselves et cetera obliged themselves et cetera for the said
William ffarro Thomas Addams and company in the summe of
100 li of lawfull money of England to the said John [?Cortes] to
answeare the action commenced by him against the said shippe and the said
Nightingale and to pay what the said ffarro Addams and company
and Nightingale 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 and the said Nightingale to be released from
the arrest./.

Richard Beare against two sixteene parts}
of the said shipp the Reason belonging to
Thomas [?Whith] and against the said Whith}
Suckley Clements}

Which day the said Clements appeared
for the said Whith and produced for
sureties John Arrod of Alhallowes
Breadstreet London draper and
Barnabies meeres of the same parrish
hosier who submitting themselves et cetera obliged
themselves et cetera for the sid Thomas Whith in the summe
of 300 li of lawfull money of England to the said
Richard Beare to answeare the action commenced against the
said two sixteenth parts of the said shipp and to pay what the
said Whith shalbe condemned in with expences of suite in
case hee shalbe overthrowne And unles et cetera Which caution the
Judges receaved and decreed the said 16th parte of the said shipp to be released from the

Boller against two bales of [?mather] in the}
shipp the Love and against Thomas}
Skinner Suckley Colquite}

Which day appeared the proctors and
Councell on both sides and upon
reading the proofes in this cause and
upon consideration had of the same and upon
hearinge the said Councell The Judges did
order and decree the possession of the said two
bales of mather to the said Skinner he first
giveinge security in this Court to be responsible for
the value of the same accordinge to the [?appraisement] thereof
to be taken by authority of this Court in case the same
shalbe adjudged to the said Bollee upon the [?pXXXXX] and the
Judges did decree the same to be appraised by Commissioners to
be named on both sides./.

A busines of examination of witnesses on}
the behalfe of Keate and Jenninges against}
the Genoa merchant Smith}

Which day the said Smith gave an
allegation in writings which the Judges at
his petition admitted soe farr as the
same is by law admissible Then the
said Smith upon the sad allegation produced
for a witnes Richard Campion whom the
Judges receaved and administred an oath unto
him to speake the truth at the time oof his examination
and continued the certificate to the 11th of this month

A busines of contempt promoted by Thomas}
Johnson against Anthony Phillips}

Which day before doctor Clerke and doctor
Godolphin Judges et cetera in the presence of
Sam: How Notary publique Appeared
the said Johnson who submitting himselfe et cetera