Proceedings of the General Court of Assizes Held in the City of New York, October 6, 1680, to October 6, 1682

Proceedings of the General Court of Assizes Held in the City of New York, October 6, 1680, to October 6, 1682

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...Patent. Emot pr Nicoll pr Defte Demures to the Evidences and prays the Jury be dismissed. The Jury say if the deeds produced by the Plaintiff in Evidence to Witt Governr Nicolls Patent dated the 11th of October 1667 & Governr Dongans Patent dated the 12th of Noveinr. 1685 be sufficient in the Law to prove the Plaintiffs title Wee finde for the Plaintiffe & 6d costs and if these Patents are not sufficient in the Law to prove the Plaintiffes title then wee finde for the Deft. Richard Stillwell, foreman. Queens County Att A Supream Court of Judicture for the Province of New Yorke held at Jamaica the Second Tuesday in August being the 9th day of the same Month in the tenth year of the reigne of our Soverigne Lord William the third King of England &c. Ante Merid. Prsent William Smith, Esqre Cheife Justice John Smith, Esqre Samll Moore, Esqre Justices Willm Hallett, Esqre Court opened John Harrison, Esqre Sherriffe of Queens County called who returned a Writte with a panll of the Jurrors names thereunto annexed in which pannell are named &c. Jur pannell. James Fuller-The Plt appears by Mr Emott and ton the Deft by Mr Filkin who prays a ver rule of Court that one Mrs Woolsey William Creed (who hath the Towne Patent & Deeds) may be sent for to bring the same into Court. The Court orders she be sent for by the Constable of Jamaica: Mr Creed moving that in regard he wants some Matteriall Evidences that he cannott have this forenoon that he may have time to the Afternoon to come to tryall which is granted by the Court and the Court adjourned untill two of the Clocke in the Afternoone. Post meridiem Prsent omnes ut supra. James Fuller ton 2 votes of the Towne of Jamaica ver dated 24 March 1698, read for the plt William Creed A...show more

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  • Paperback | 66 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 136g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236811283
  • 9781236811288