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Robert Brunning against Adrian}
Vanderpost Joseph Tilley Robert}
Cordall and Company Clements}

Vanderpost and Company were
monished to give in theire
answeares before this day and
the certificate is continued to
this day Which day the Judges
at the petition of the said Vlements
accusing the contumacy of the said
Vanderpost Tilley and Cordall in not
giving their answeares to the said Brunnings
Libell pronounced them contumacious and in paine et cetera
decreed them to bee attached provided the same bee not
retracted before the next Vourt day the said
Suckley dissenting et cetera

John Ascough against nine hogsheads}
of Tobaccoes and merchandizes}
brought to this porte of London}
in the shipp the Charles}
whereof Samuel Cooper is Master}
lately belonging to Thomas Chevars}
deceased and whatsoever wages
due for the service of the said}
Chevars in the said shippe}
remaininge in the hands of the}
said Cooper and against the }
executors or admnistrators}
of the said Chevars deceased in}
particular and all et cetera Colequite}

The certificate is continued
to thsi day Which day the
Judges at Colequites petition
did continue the certificate in
the same state that once it
is untill the third Session
of the next Tearme./

Thomas Wilkinson and John Clarke}
against twoe sixteenth parts of the}
shipp the Anne of Newcastle}
whereof Jhn Browne is Master}
and against John Browne and}
all et cetera Watson}

The like Which day the Judges
at the petition of the said
Colegate did continue the
certificate in the same state
that nowe it is untill the
next Court day/

Oweb Spanne Samuel Hawkes and}
Company owners of ffifteene}
sixteene parts of the shippe}
called the Patience of Harwitch}
against one sixteenth parte}
thereof and whatsoever goods}
brought home in the said}
shippe belonging to Thomas}
Cooper and against the said}
Cooper and all et cetera Suckley.}

The like/