Les reportes del cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609 from the original ms. of John Hawarde edited by William Paley Baildon Published 1894 Page 113
In Camera Stellata, coram consilio ibidem, Mercurij, 28 Maij, An. Do. 1600, Annoque Elizab. Rne 43.
Thomas Bellamy, plaintiff, John Lidcott and others, defendants, for riot and other misdemeanours. The defendant, for claim of a rent, distrained beasts ‘dammage feasant,' and drove them into Surrye, another county, and there sold them: and for this he was fined [blank],’ with imprisonment; and he had no Counsel, nor made any manner of defence, but his answer was read. Nullus de cetero faciat ducere distiictiones quas fecerit, extra comitatum in quo captae fuentit.
See also STAC Bellamy