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353 March Court 1755 In the suit on petition between John Peyton Gent. (gentleman) Pet. (Petitioner) and William Foster def. (defendant) Judgment is granted the Pet. (petitioner) for four pounds fifteen shillings and costs. Present John Peyton Gent (gentleman) In the action of trespass upon the case between Boyle H. Pets. (petitioners) and William Thornburg def. (defendant) the def. (defendant) not appearing Judgement is granted the Pet. (Petitioner) against him and Withers Conway his security for what of the samesued for in the declaration shall appear to be justly (illegible) unless the def. (defendant) (illegible) appear at the next court and answer the pet's. (petitioner's) action.

         Present John Mercer Gent. 

In the action of debt between John Armstrong Pet. (petitioner) and George White def. (defendant) the def. (defendant) not appearing Judgment is granted the pet. (petitioner) againsthim and Withers Conway his security for what of the sum sued for in the declaration shall appear to be justly due unless the def. (defendant) (do?) appear at the next court and answer the pet's. (petitioner's action. In the action of trespass upon the case between Richard Bernard Gent. (gentleman) pet. (petitioner) and Edward Hunston def. (defendant) a Jurt to wit. (witness) John Ralls, Alexander Donipham, John Fitzburgh, John Fitzburgh jun. (junior), William Adie, John Hode, Joseph Carter, Willam Mills, James Hansborough, William Allen and Cain Withers were sworn to try the (illegible) joined and the defs. (defendants) Demurrer to the (illegible) being adjudged good the Jury is discharged and it's thereupon considered without day and that herecover of the pet. (petitioner) his costs by him about his defence in this behalf expended In the action of debt between John Clark Pet. (petitioner) and Barby Obain def. (defendant) a Jury to wit (witness) Robert Fristoe, Robert Mannon, Husband (illegible) Whitsestton, John Sprabra, William Suddath, William Mathony and Samuel Mitchell were sworn to try the (illegible) joined who brought in their verdict in these words "We of the Jury find for the def. (defendant) John Peyton foreman" which verdict at the def. (defendant's) motion is admitted to record. And it's considered by the court that the pet. (petitioner) take nothing by his bill that the def. (defendant) go hence withoutday that herecover of the Pet. (petitioner) his costs by him about his Defence in this behalf expended.