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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1666-1670
Volume 57, Page 623   View pdf image (33K)
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               Provincial Court Proceedings, 1670.     623

     of Neate Tobaccoe out of the said Hogeshead did Purloine and Tm- Liber JJ
     bezzell Contrary to the Peace of the said Lord Proprietary his Rule &
     Dignity, And agt the forme in Absolute Contempt of the a foremen-
     toned Act of Assembly.
       This prsentmt last menconed beinge Travers'd & much debate
     beinge made concerninge the same It was the Judgemt of the Cort
     heere (to witt the seaventeenth day of December Instant) That they
     findinge noe Cause of presentmt Thereuppon Proclamacon was made
     that the said Anthony Lecompt should goe quitt of the said prsefltmt.

       Lett it be Enquiered for the Right Honoble the Lord Proprietary Indictmt
     of Toby Wells late of the Isle of Kent Planter the One and Twentieth Toby Wells
     day of Aprill in the yeare of Or Lord One Thousand Six Hundred
     Sixty and Three with Force & Armes &c, Att the Isle of Kent afore-
     said a Certaine Instrumt in writinge called an Assignemt of a Wartt
     For Lande, under a warrtt for Lande granted by the Honoble Phillipp
     Calvert Esqr unto Mary Conner of the said Isle of Kent For Twelve
     Rights to Lande to her due uppon Record did Forge & Counterfeit
     and alsoe the said Mary Conners hande writinge did Forge & Counter-
     feit, And Alsoe the names of Anthony Callaway & Moses Staggoll
     supposed witnesses thereunto did Forme Forge and Counterfeit to
     the Greate Daffiage of the said Mary the Evill Example of all others
     in the like Case Offendinge, And Contrary to the peace of the said
     Lord Proprietary his Rule & Dignity, and age the Forme of the
     Statute in that Case made and Provided.
       Proclamacon hereuppon beinge made, and none appearinge to
     prosecute, the Judgemt of the Cort is, That the said Toby wells should
     goe quitt of the said Indictmt.

       To the Honoble the Leiftent Geflall Cheife Justice, & the Rest of
     the Justices of this Provinciall Cort.
       The Humble Peticon of James Mecall of Calvert County Humbly
       Unto yor Honors That yor Peticoner beinge an Evidence in Aprill
     Cost Last against Francis Kilbourne and others aboute Hogestealinge,
     And yor Peticoner Incurringe the displeasure of the Core was Bound [P.4771
     to the good behaviour and to appeare att the then next Cort which
     beinge Adjourned, yor Peticoner now Accordinge to his Bond makes
     his appearance att this Cort to his very greate Trouble and damage
       Yor Peticoner humbly prayes, That yor Honors would be graciously
     pleased to discharge yor Peticoner from the said Bond, That he may
     Retorne home to his Occasions.
       And yor Peticoner as in Duty Bound shall Ever pray &c.

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