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Confession of the truth of it [?XXXX] of Clements or his [?XXXX XXXX]
[?XXXX XXXXX] they shall prove any thing materiall in [?XXXXXX] he
[?XXXXX XXXX]he should submitt such order as the Courte
should [?XXXXXX] most agreeable to Justice, and that if the said
Clements would set downe in his paper the admission of his allegation
[?what hee desires], he would presently [?XXXX] to it what hee did confesse
and the said Suckley did further alleadge that the matter
was referred to mr Clements paper and hee had often
called to him for it and he had not brought it soe that it was
his owne fault but he is ready still to doe it and now his Clyents
being produced they will acknowledge presents of the fact soe that
there wilbe now need of a Commission Clements dissenting and desiring a Commission
and his cause to be continued untill the next Cort day and Justice etcetera but the
Judges at the action of Suckley did publish the depositions of the
witnesses and assigned this cause to sentence the next Cort day saving
[?his] Clements answeres Clements dissenting and protesting et cetera

Thomas Browning against Vanderpost Till}
and others Clements Suckley}

Which day the Judges at the petition of
Clements assigned this cause to sentence
upon the next Cort day uppon the
first assignation in the presence of Suckly

Hall against the ship the Accord}
against Hill and Hopford Clements}

The like at the petition of Clements
in the presence of ffrancklyn
dissenting etcetera

Tison against Scott}
Smith Clements}

Which day the Judges at the petition of Smith
sid assigne this cause to sentence the next
Cort day Colequite dissentinge.

Hazard and Tilley and others}
against Scott Smith Colequite}

The like

Robert Russell against the shippe}
the John and against Alderman}
Hooke of Bristoll}
and others}

Which day Smith did exhibit
his proxy for the said Russell
and made himselfe partie for
him and Cheeke for the said
Hooke and Company and made
himselfe partie for them in whose p<help>XXX</help>
Smith gave a libell in writinge which the
Judges at his petition did admitt etcetera which beinge
admitted and repeated etcetera Cheeke not beleevinge the
same etcetera the Judges did decree for the partie
principall the third day after it etcetera and assigned
mith to prove the same the same the third
Session from hence etcetera Then Smith upon the said
libell produced John Blith and James Norris whom
the Judges receaved and administred an oath unto
them to bee examined before the next Cort day
Cheeke dissentinge etcetera and havinge for Interrogatories
the usuall time et cetera./.