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October Court   1754
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October Court     1754.
Ordered that George Waller and William Allen Exc. [Executor] of Edward Waller decd. [deceased] pay George Randall twenty five pounds of tobacco for five days attendance for them as [illegible]
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In the Suit on Petition between Mosely Batteley Gent. Pls. [plaintiff] and Andrew Kenny def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the Pls. [plaintiff] for two pounds six shillings and one penny half Penny and Costs
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Ordered that George Waller and William Allen Excrs. of Edward Waller decd. pay George Randall twenty five pounds of Tobacco for five days attendance for them agst Harding
In the suit on Petition between Jacob Williams pls. [plaintiff] and John [Brown] Adm. [Administrator] of Jogn Hookell decd. [deceased] def. [defendant] Judgment is grandted the Pet. [petition] for four pounds thirteen shillings and ten pence of the foods and chattels of the J. [Intestate?] in the hands of the [illegible] of the goods and chattels he hath in his hands and of he hath not so much in his hand then the Costs of the Proper goods and chattels of the J. Administrator  
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In the Suit on Petition between Mosely Battaley Gent. Plt. & Andrew Kenny deft. Judgment is granted the Plt. for two pounds six Shillings & one penny half Penny & Costs.
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In the Suit on Petition between Jacob Williams Plt. & John Brown Admr. of John Hookell decd. deft. Judgment is grandted the Plt. for four Pounds thirteen Shillings & ten Pence of the Goods & Chattels of the sd..[Intestate?] in the hands of the [illegible] of the goods and chattels he hath in his hands and of he hath not so much in his hand then the Costs of the Proper goods and chattels of the J. Administrator  
 
In the Suit on Petition between John Evans Jun. [Junior] pls. [plaintiff] and Stephan [illegible] def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for two pounds seventeen shillings and nine pence and Costs  
 
In the Suit on Petition between John Evans Jun. [Junior] pls. [plaintiff] and Stephan [illegible] def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for two pounds seventeen shillings and nine pence and Costs  
 
In the suit on Petition between Robert and Edward Maxwell and [illegible] pls. [plaintiffs] and Thomas Wilson def. [defendant]. Juddgement is granted the pls. [plaintiffs] for three hundred sixty and four pounds of tobacco and costs
 
In the suit on Petition between Robert and Edward Maxwell and [illegible] pls. [plaintiffs] and Thomas Wilson def. [defendant]. Juddgement is granted the pls. [plaintiffs] for three hundred sixty and four pounds of tobacco and costs

Revision as of 09:58, 16 March 2019

[ 322 October Court 1754.

Ordered that George Waller and William Allen Excrs. of Edward Waller decd. pay George Randall twenty five pounds of Tobacco for five days attendance for them agst Harding

In the Suit on Petition between Mosely Battaley Gent. Plt. & Andrew Kenny deft. Judgment is granted the Plt. for two pounds six Shillings & one penny half Penny & Costs.

In the Suit on Petition between Jacob Williams Plt. & John Brown Admr. of John Hookell decd. deft. Judgment is grandted the Plt. for four Pounds thirteen Shillings & ten Pence of the Goods & Chattels of the sd..[Intestate?] in the hands of the [illegible] of the goods and chattels he hath in his hands and of he hath not so much in his hand then the Costs of the Proper goods and chattels of the J. Administrator In the Suit on Petition between John Evans Jun. [Junior] pls. [plaintiff] and Stephan [illegible] def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for two pounds seventeen shillings and nine pence and Costs In the suit on Petition between Robert and Edward Maxwell and [illegible] pls. [plaintiffs] and Thomas Wilson def. [defendant]. Juddgement is granted the pls. [plaintiffs] for three hundred sixty and four pounds of tobacco and costs In the Suit on Petition between Margaret French Administratris of all and singular the goods and chattles, regrets and [illegible] of Mason French decd. [deceased] pls. [plaintiff] and Alexander Douglass and John [sinsmett] def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for two pounds two shillings and Costs. But this Judgment is to be discharged the Costs excepted on Payment of one pound, one shillins with interest thereon from this day of April one thousand seven hundred and fifty two till the same is paid. In the Suit on Petition between Margaret French Admin. [Administrator] of and singular the goods and chattles, regrets and [illegible] of Mason French decd. [deceased] pls. [plaintiff] and Samuel Whitson and John Addison def. [defendants] Judgments is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for three pounds thirteen shillings and six pence and Costs. But this Judgment is to be discharged the Costs excepted for Payment of one pound sixteen shillings and nine pence with Interest thereon from the first day of April one thousand seven hundred and fifty two till the same is paid In the Suit on Perition between Mary James pls. [plaintiff] and Thomas Bell def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for one pound, fifteen shillings and three pence with costs a Lawyers fee. In the Suit on Petition betwen William Kelly pls. [plaintiff] and Nathaniel Price def. [defendant] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiff] for one pound, nine shillings and seven pence and costs. In the suit on Petition between Williams Kelly and Phillis his Wife plls. [plaintiffs] and Alexander Douglass and John Christie defs. [defendants] Judgment is granted the pls. [plaintiffs] for four pounds nine shillings and costs. but this Judgment is to be discharged the costs excepted on payment of two pounds four shilling and sixpence withinterest thereon from the first day.