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The last Session of Trinitie
Tearme being Wednesday the five and twentith day of
June 1656 Before the right worshipfull John
Godolphin Doctor of Lawe and Charles
George Cocke Esquire Judges of the high Court
of Admiralty of England in the Common hall
within the Doctors Commons scituate in the
parish of Saint Bennetts neare Paules wharfe
London In the presence of Samuel Howe
Notary publicque./.

Harris and others against Waters}
Purrill and others Smith}

To heare sentence at Smiths
petition Which day the Judges
at Smiths petition did assigne
this cause to sentence upon this Day
sennightin the afternoone in this place
in the presence of the said Suckley dissentinge
et cetera

Page and others against Cole}
Dyer Smith Cheeke}

To hear the order of the Court upon
Dyers petition. Which day Dyer
alleadged and prayed as before and
Justice et cetera in the presence of Cheeke
dissentinge Whereupon the Court assigned to
have their order on this day sennight in the
afternoone betweene the hours of two and five
and monished the proctors on both sides to bee
then present in this place and continued the
cause untill the same time./.

Salmon against Bushell three}
Bales of linnen in the shippe}
the Morleaux merchant belonging}
to himselfe and against Du}
Cardinall de Richard cominge}
in for his interest Suckley}

To hear the order of the Court
at Suckleys petition touchinge
the possession of the said
three bales of linnen Which day
the Judges at Suckleys petition
assigned to hear their order
touching the possession of the said
three bales of linnen upon this day
sennight in this place in the presence of
the said Budd dissentinge:./.

harris against [?Tocker]}
ffrancklin Budd}
To heare the order of the Court
at Watsons petition