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George ffarington against Nicholas Lucas}
ffrancklin Smith}

The cause is continued to this day
at ffrancklins petition Which day
the Judge at ffrancklins petition
did continue the cause in the same
state that nowe it is untill this day untill
this day sonnight the said Smith dissentinge

Northey and Northey against}
Elizabeth Croundley and}
[?JessXXse] Coachman ffrancklin}

The cause and certificate are
continued are continued in
the same state that they
are untill this day att
ffrancklins petition./.
The like

John Curtis against one halfe of}
the hoy called the Anne and}
Kathereine and her Tackle}
and ffurniture belonginge to}
himselfe and against all etcetera}

The certificate is continued to this
Day Which day the Judges at the
petition of the said Clements
did continue the certificate in
the same state that nowe it is
untill the ffirst Court day of
the next Tearme/.

Robert Crosby against the shippe}
Called the William and}
Margarett of London whereof}
Clarke is Master and}
her tackle and ffurniture and}
against the said Clarke in}
particuler and all etcetera Smith}

The like The like

Richard Batson administrator of the goods}
of ffrancis fford deceased gainst}
whatsoever goods wares or merchandizesV
or summes of money remaininge}
in the hands of Charles Williams}
Marke Martimer and Nicholas}
Blake or any of them belonging to}
the said fford deceased and against the}
said Hilliard Mortimer and}
Blake and all etcetera Smith Suckley}

The certificate is continued to
this day The like at the petition
of Suckley./.

Richard Palliday against one twoe and}
thirtieth parts of the shippe the}
Sister of Ipswitch whereof}
Gregory kerry was Master and}
her Tackle and furniture}
belonging to himselfe and against all}
etcetera Clements}

The like./

Thomas Lunn against three quarter}
parts of the shippe or Hoye}
called the ffrancis and Anny}
of Lynee whereof Thomas}
Woods is Master and her Tackle}
and ffurniture belonging to}
himselfe and against the said}
Thomas Woods and all etcetera}
The like