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Wednesday the second day of July 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 Benedict neare Paules wharfe
London in the presence of Samuel howe
Notary publicke./

harris and others against Waters}
Purcill and others Smith}

To heare sentence at Smiths petition./.

Lewis Desormeaux against three bales of}
lynen in the shippe the}
Morleaux merchant belonginge}
to himselfe and against Du}
Cardinall de Richard coming in}
for his interest Suckley Smith}

To heare the order of the Court
upon the possession of the
said three Bales of linnen
Which day the Judges at the
petition of the said Suckley
did assigne to heare their
order touching the possession of
the said three bales of linnen upon
Satterday next in the morninge in
the presence of Budd dissentinge etcetera

harris against Tooker}
ffrancklin Budd}

To heare sentence att ffrancklins petition
Which day the Judges att ffrancklins
petition did assigne the cause to sentence
upon the first Court day of the next Tearme
in the presence of the said Budd dissentinge et cetera

hammond against the}
Sisters of Ipswich and against}
Wright and others Smith}

To heare the order of the
Court upon the admission
of Budds allegation and in
case the same bee not to
bee admitted then to geare
sentence at Smith's petition./.

Beale against Startute}
Birdsey and others Smith}

To heare sentence at Smiths'
petition Which day the said
Smith porrected a sentence
diffinitive in writinge which
the Judges at his petition did [?XXXX]
give and promulge and did pronounce
decree declare adjudge condemne and doe
in all things as in the same us contained
in the presence of the said Budd dissentinge

Prescott and others against Read}
ffrancklin Colequite}

To heare the order of the Court upon
the admission of Colequites
allegation an in case the same bee not
to bee admitted to heare sentence at
Smiths petition Which day the Judges at
the petition of the said ffrancklin did assigne
this cause to sentence upon Satterday next in
the morning in this place in the presence of the
said Colequite dissentinge whom the Judges monished
to bee then and there present