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hands of the said Read and Trott and to pay what the said
Mackrell shallbee condemned in with expences of
suite in case hee shalbee overthrowne and to
bring forth the said Mackrell in Judgement whensoever
his presence shalbee thereunto lawfully required which
Caution the Judges in the presence of the said
Budd receaved and decreed the said shippe and
freight to bee released from the arrest./.

Lewis Desormeaux against three}
Bales of linnen brought to this}
porte of London in the shippe}
Morleaux merchant of}
which Robert Bowdon is Master}
belonginge to himselfe and}
against Du Cardianll de}
[?Bichard] coming in for his}
interest therein Suckley Budd}

Which day the said Budd
upon the allegation by him
in this cause given and
admitted produced for a
witnes John Bennetland
whom the Judges receaved
and administred an oath unto
him to speake the truth at
the time of his examination
in the presence of the said
Suckley dissenting and havinge the
usuall time for Interrogatories and the
examination of the said witnes beinge taken the Judges at
Budds petition did [?examine] et cetera publish the depositions
of the said witnesses and of all the rest of the
witnesses in this cause examined on his behalfe
and decreed copies thereof to bee delivered the said
Suckley dissentinge et cetera Att whose petition the
Judges did assigne to heare their order upon the
possession of the said three Bales of Linnen
upon this day sennight in the afternoone the
said Budd dissentinge et cetera./.

The Lord Protector against John}
Brewer Budd Smith}

Which day appeared personally
the said John Brewer under
the Custodie of the Marshall of
this Court and in regard the Proctor
and sollicitor for the Lord Protector were not
ready to give in any charge against him the
Judges did discharge him from the said
attachment butt monished him to appeare in
this place upon this day sennight in the

Captaine John Lawson Samuel}
howett and Company late}
owners of the shipp called}
the Providence of Scarburgh}
against the shipp the Julian and}
against Albert Myler the Master}
thereof Budd Smith}

Which day the said Smith
appeared for the said
Myler and made himselfe
partie for him and alledged
that the said Budd hath
commenced an action of 4000 li
in this Court on the behalfe
of the said Lawson Howett and
Company against the said shipp