Quarter Session Records for the County of Somerset Volume 1

Quarter Session Records for the County of Somerset Volume 1

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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. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...it shall appertain that upon receipt thereof you bring, or cause to be brought, him the said John Bishop before one of his Majesty's justices, then and there to give snfficient security for the said order, which if he shall then refuse to perform, that then he may be committed by the said Justice to the King's Majesty's Gaol until he perform the same. And hereof fail you not as you will answer the contrary at your peril. 40. On a complaint by Agnes Singer that whereas about two years since she had certain broadcloth stolen out of her tucking mill, "part of which was found in the house of Katherine Broadshawe and Johane Broadshawe, for which they were bound to the next gaol delivery, whereupon they are since fled out of the country; yet they have commenced several actions against the said Agnes for the cloth, which actions she believeth to be maintained by one Mrs. Baynard wife of Mr. Captain Baynard, in respect she hath in behalf of the said Katherine and Johane offered for money to end the said suits: Referrfid to Robert Hopton and James Bysse, Esquires, to confer with the said Mr. Baynard and his wife touching the same, and to determine it if they can, and if they cannot end it, then to certifie the Court thereof; and also to call before them one John Davies of Wanstrowe and, if they find cause, to bind him over to the next Sessions for not serving a warrant directed to him as constable there for the apprehending of the said Johane; and moreover to examine some abuses offered to the said Agnes and others by Richard Phelippes and Wm. Allen for taking of extraordinary fees as bailiffs for the arresting of the said Johane and Katherine. S.R., xxiv, ii, 41. 41. On a complaint of Thomas Morris of Hynxstridge that he is overcharged...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236817907
  • 9781236817907