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obliged himselfe et cetera in the summe of Thirty pounds of lawfull
money of England to teh said Anthony Phillips to prosecute the contempt promoted by him
against the said Phillips and to pay such expences as he
shalbe condemned in by this Court And unles et cetera

Mathew [?heamXXX] and company master and}
parteowners of the shipp the harry}
against one sixteenth parte of the said}
shipp belonging to Mary [?XXXes] and one 16th}
parte to [?Joseph] drap Smith}

Which day the Judges at the
petition of the said Smith continued
the certificate in the same state that now it
is untill this [?day] sennight./.

Thomas horth against the ship the William}
and George and against all et cetera}

The like./.

William Bonnett against one 16th parte of}
the shipp the Royall defence belonginge}
to Samuel Mavericke and against the}
said Mavericke Smith}

The like untill the 11th of this month

Brookes against Cade}
ffrancklin Suckley}

Which day the Judges at ffrancklins petition assigned
this cause to sentence this afternoone in the presence of
Suckley dissentinge et cetera

Abraham Smith against the shipp the}
John and Mary and Elliott and}
others Clements Smith}

Which day Smith accused the
contumacy of the said Smith in not
personally answearinge to an allegation
given in and admitted on hi clients
behalfe et cetera in the presence of Clements
alleadging that his Clyents hath given in his
answeare to the said allegation et cetera and hath
acknowledged the same referringe himselfe to
the Registry et cetera Smith acceptinge thereof soe
farre forth as makes for his Clyent and not
otherwise et cetera./.

The office of the Judges promoted}
by Robinson and others against Pibus}
Budd Suckley}

Which day the Judges at Budds
petition did publish the depositions of
the witnesses in this cause examination on
his behalfe and decreed copies thereof in
the presence of Suckley dissentinge

Richard [?BXXX] against 16th parte of}
the shippe the Reason whereof}
daniel Croford was master belonging}
ffletcher one 16th and 32th parte to}
John Osborne one 32th to the executors or}
administrators of William Maynard deceased one 32th}
parte to Benjamin Parker and one 16th}
parte to Samuel heigham Suckley}

Which day the Judges at the petition
of the said Suckley did continue
the certificate in the same state that now
it is untill the first Court day of
the next Tearme./.