The Acts of High Commission Court Within the Diocese of Durham Volume 34

The Acts of High Commission Court Within the Diocese of Durham Volume 34

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1858 edition. Excerpt: ... husband is a laboring man, and getteth his living in that way, neither is he or examinate owing any thing to Margaret. Margaret doth beare her charges of coming hither to be examined, and other reward she expecteth none.+--May 24. Tearme probatory againe prorogued. Proceedings against Rey cease. June 21. Tearme againe, ex causis nonnullis, prorogued in prox. Aug. 2. Marmaduke appeared, in whose presence the Commissioners were moved on the behalfe of Richard I-Iedworth," of Chester in the Streete, Esquire, that in regard he had stoode longe bounden in one bond of 1000l. for Marmaduke, 'his appearence amongst other things as in the bond appeareth, and for some other causes then urged that he might be released from the penalty of _the bond. Decreed the bond touching Richard to be annyhilate and voide, and he from henceforth to be discharged and freed from all endemnity thereby. Committ Marmaduke to the custodie of the messinger untill he should againe enter good bond for appearance. Upon peticion on behalfe of the party promovent the tearme was prorogued in prox. Oct. 25. Appeared and comitted to the same custodie againe untill, &c. Tearme probatorie prorogued. 1637. Jan. 10. Appearedby his keeper. Tearme prorogued till next Courte. He committed to the Common Gaole. Jan. 24. Hedworth, by warrant from Mr. Deane, Mr. Chancelor, and Mr. Robson, unto me, entered bond to appeare at the next Court and answeare, and soe was released. Mar. 9. Before the Commissioners aforesaid, William Bowes, William Rey, and Barbary Rey, were produced and sworne to depose, in presence of Mr. Bullocke.--W illiam Bowes of Gateshead, gent., aged 40. About twoe yeares agoe, haveing occacion to be abroad, his wife at his comeing home tould him that Marmaduke...show more

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  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236825942
  • 9781236825940