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John and William Mitchell and}
Company marriners of the shippe}
the Willinge Mind whereof}
Thomas Poisson is Master against}
John Vincent Mr ffrancklyn}

Which day the said ffrancklin
appeared for the said Davies
Mitchell and Company and
made himselfe partie for
them and [?Faine] an allegation
in writing which the Judges admitted
soe farre as the same is by lawe
admissible Then the said ffrancklin uppon
the said allegation produced the said [?William]
Vincent as a party principall whom the Judges
receaved and administred an oath unto him to
speake the truth at the time of his answeareinge and
monished him to give in the same by wednesday

James Cooke and Maynard}
Johnson late Marriners of the}
shipp the Tankervaile against the}
said shippe and against Richard}
Batson and Company commeing in}
for their interest therein Clements}

Which day appeared the
proctors and Councell on
both sides and the deponents
proffes and evidence taken
and made in this cause
beinge read and the whole
matter beinge argued and
debated by the Councell on both
sides The Court upon serious and
mature deliberation had there upon did
[?finalr] interloquend] declare and pronounce
that the said Cooke and Johnson ought not by
lawe to have any wages for their service in the
said shippe the Tankervaile the voyage in question and
that the said Batson and Company ought to bee
dismissed from any further observation of Judgement
in this busines and did absolve and dismisse them
from the demannds made by the said Cooke and
Janson by this suite the said Clements dissentinge
et cetera and protesting of the nullity and greivance and
of appealinge./.

[?Gribble] and Greenefeild against the}
King David and against De Geere}
and others Smith Suckley}

Which day ffrancklin on the
behalfe of the Commissioners for
examination of witnesses did
present their [?proces] upon the examination
of witnesses on the behalfe of the said
[?Grabble] and Greenefeild which the proctors on
both sides did accept soe farre forth as they make
for them and not otherwise And then the Judges at
Smiths petition did decree publication of the said depositions
and decreed copies thereof Suckley dissentinge./.

Warner against Watson}
Budd Suckley}

Which day Mr ffrancklin by reason of the
absence of Mr Budd appeared for the
said Warner and made himselfe partie for
him and exhibited the originall mandate with the
certificate thereon indorsed and then appeared the
said Watson whome the Judges monished to give a full
and plaine answeare to all the articles of the libell given
against him in this cause and monished him to putt in the
same before the next Court day Then the said ffrancklin