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     Alexander alias Zinzan, Henry, esq, & Jacoba his wife; and others</TD><TD>
     Cruso, Timothy, the elder; and others</TD><TD>
     An order as to a case to be agreed upon</TD><TD>
[1]</TD> <TR> <TD> 91v</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1665, June 1</TD><TD> Ashfield, Sir Thomas, knight</TD><TD> Whitchcott, Sir Jeremny, baronet</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [2]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 36r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1664, Oct 31</TD><TD> Ashfield, Sir Thomas, knight</TD><TD> Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, baronet</TD><TD> An interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [3]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1665, Jan 26</TD><TD> Ashfield, Sir Thomas, knight</TD><TD> Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, baronet; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [4]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 357r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Atkinson, Francis, clerk, vicar of Speene</TD><TD> Woolbridge, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes for peas and fishing in Speene. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [5]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 22v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, June 16</TD><TD> Atkyns, Thomas; Thomas Bulstrode; John Pargiter; Benjamin Goodwin; and Thomas Lenthall</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning certain moneys retained by the plaintiffs as commissioners and governors of excise for incident charges and for their salaries. The cause is referred to the lord high treasurer.</TD><TD> [6]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 99r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, June 1</TD><TD> Atkyns, Thomas; Thomas Bulstrode; John Pargiter; Benjamin Goodwin; and Thomas Lenthall</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning certain moneys retained by the plaintiffs as commissioners and governors of excise for incident charges and for their salaries.</TD><TD> [7]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 380v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Baily, Matthew, esq</TD><TD> Concerning an account of moneys received by the defendants as deputy treasurer of the moneys collected by virtue of an act of Parliament for distribution of £red to the lord high treasurer.</TD><TD> [8]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 350r</TD><TD> London/Middx</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Bayly, Mathew, esq</TD><TD>Concerning an account of moneys received by the defendants as under treasurer of the moneys collected by virtue of an act of Parliament for distribution of £60,000 among the loyal and indigent officers.</TD><TD> [9]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 28</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Bulford, Anthony; Samuel Salter; Samuel Scudamore; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [10]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 154v</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 15</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Chester, Mary, widow; and others</TD><TD> An order for referring the cause to the Attorney General</TD><TD> [11]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, June 5</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Gardner, Martha, widow; John Gardner gentleman; John Pettiward; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [12]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 103v</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, May 21</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Gardner, Martha, widow; John Gardner her son; and others</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a purchase of the reversion and right of redemption of the manor of Thuderidgebury</TD><TD> [13]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, June 1</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Gardner, Martha, widow; John Gardner, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [14]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, June 8</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Gardner, Martha, widow; John Gardner; and others</TD><TD> An interlocutory order as to the attendance of one John Meynell etc.</TD><TD> [15]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 84v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 29</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain proceedings of the defendants as commissioners of customs</TD><TD> [16]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 212r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 25</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to an account of certain money, part of the Algier duty, in the hands of the defendant</TD><TD> [17]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 223ar</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 29</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the money received by the defendants as commissioners of customs for the Algier duty.</TD><TD> [18]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 7</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause, etc.</TD><TD> [19]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 23</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [20]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 188v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 11</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; John Breton, esq; and Richard Downes, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the money received by the defendants as commissioners of customs for the Algier duty. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [21]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 137v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, June 18</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrington, William; Richard Downes; and John Treton</TD><TD> An order as to certain accounts of the defendants as commissioners and collectors of customs and subsidies.</TD><TD> [22]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 249r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1667, June 29</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrison, Richard</TD><TD> Concerning money received by the defendant for raising and maintaining a troop of horse and reducing Croyland in Lincolnshire.</TD><TD> [23]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 293r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 21</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Harrison, Richard</TD><TD> Concerning money received by the defendant for raising and maintaining a troop of horse and reducing Croyland in Lincolnshire.</TD><TD> [24]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 78v</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Jennings, Edward, late treasurer of the militia for Berkshire for the years 1650 and 1651</TD><TD> Concerning an account of public money remaining in the hands of the defendant.</TD><TD> [25]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Jones, Humfrey, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to deferring the cause etc</TD><TD> [26]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 22v</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1664, June 20</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause and as to certain books.</TD><TD> [27]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 378r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 23</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Norton, Major, esq</TD><TD> An order as to a charge before an auditor etc</TD><TD> [28]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 212r</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Pickford, John, gentleman; and Thomas Jackson, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [29]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 154v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 22</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Rowles, William, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [30]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186r</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 4</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Rowles, William, gentleman; and others, tenants of the manor of Rodley outside the Forest of Deane.</TD><TD> An order as to an "amicable composing to be endeavoured" by the parties.</TD><TD> [31]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 137v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, June 18</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Shuttleworth, Richard, esq</TD><TD> An order as to a surcharge</TD><TD> [32]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133ar</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, June 25</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Shuttleworth, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Concerning an account of certain public money. Discharge of the defendant.</TD><TD> [33]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 245v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, June 23</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Strode, Sir Nicholas, knight; William Wandesford, esq; William Thompson; Mathew Barrett; Edward Baker; William Bardine; John Wells; and Amye Sanders</TD><TD> Concerning the manor and park of "Marybone" and other lands in Middlesex.</TD><TD> [34]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 286v</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 28</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Tayleur, William, esq</TD><TD> Concerning misdemeanors committed by the defendant in several offices relating to his Majesty's honor and castle of Windsor</TD><TD> [35]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, Jan 27</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Tayleur, William, esq</TD><TD> An order as to an account</TD><TD> [36]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 378v</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 23</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Tayleur, William, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the account of the defendant as receiver of honor and castle of Windsor.</TD><TD> [37]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 41r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 21</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth; Oliver Ceely; William Jeffry; Joseph Humer; John Hooper; Thomas Teate; John Ireland; Hendrickson Peterson; and Anthony Skinner</TD><TD> Concerning encroachments upon a haven called Sutton Pool near Plymouth</TD><TD> [38]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 41r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) at the relation of Phillipp Jolly gentleman</TD><TD> Wood, Susan, widow</TD><TD> Concerning lands in Whaplode Ecclesie alias Kirk Fee. An order that the defendant go without day.</TD><TD> [39]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 283r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 25</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffry Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Harrison, Richard; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the receipt of public money by the defendants in the late troubles not pardoned by the Act of Oblivion</TD><TD> [40]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 246r</TD><TD> Montgomery</TD><TD> 1667, June 20</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffry Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Powell, David; Mathew Price; and Edward Mathewes</TD><TD> Concerning a debt due to the Crown from the defendant Powell as receiver general for Montgomery of a certain assessment.</TD><TD> [41]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 58v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffry Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Shuttleworth, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certan accounts.</TD><TD> [42]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 46v</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1664, Dec 3</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffery Palmer, knight and baronet); Lewis Palmer, esq, & Jane his wife; and Thomas Gorstelowe, gentleman</TD><TD> Edward, lord Rockingham; Edmund Sawyer, esq; William Good; William Billing; and John Drury</TD><TD> Concerning a rent charged upon the manor of Kettering.</TD><TD> [43]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 40r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1664, Dec 3</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Shuttleworth, Richard, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearng the cause.</TD><TD> [44]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 23r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1664, June 27</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet) at the relation of Colonel Thomas Napper</TD><TD> Mayor and Commonalty of Plymouth; and others</TD><TD> Concerning Sutton Poole. An order as to a trial at law and as to a commission.</TD><TD> [45]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 5r</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer knight and baronet) at the relation of Colonel Thomas Napper</TD><TD> Woodman, John, gentleman</TD><TD> An order that the defendant go without day.</TD><TD> [46]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 152v</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 18</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet</TD><TD> Gardiner, Martha, widow; John Gardiner, John Pettyward; Charles Stamford; and John Waxfield</TD><TD> Concerning the manor, capital messuage; and lands of Thundridgebury and divers other lands etc in Hertfordshire</TD><TD> [47]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 241r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, June 17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> ___, Richard, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning an intrusion upon certain premises belonging to the Crown within the precincts of the late "Minoresse" monastery without Aldgate. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [48]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 430v</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1669, May 13</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Batemen, Roger; and Thomas Skayfe</TD><TD> Concerning common for cattle and common of turbary in a certain waste called Edge and Kinne within the manor of New Hutton claimed by the defendant Bateman as belonging to a parcel of land called Hutton Park. An order for a trial at law.</TD><TD> [49]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 166r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Christ Church, Oxford; The Reverend John Dolben, doctor in divinity and the Chapter of St Peter's, Westminster; George Pudsey, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the disafforestation of Shotover Forest and Stowe Wood. The manors and towns of Ellsfield; Cowley, Islipp, Woodeaton, Noke, Forest Hill, and Wheatley, bordering on the said Forest are mentioned.</TD><TD> [50]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376v</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Ekins, John, gentleman; Mary Poultney; Goddard Pemberton; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [51]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 213v</TD><TD> Brecon/Radnor</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Games, John; Bartholomew Games; Willliam Watkins; Richard Lewis esq; John Davis; John Herbert; Francis Powell; William Jones, esq; James Lewis; and Edmund Jones</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [52]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 96r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Gardner, John; Martha Gardner; John Pettyward; Charles Stamford; and John Maxfield</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a purchase of the reversion of certain lands in Thunderidgebery etc.</TD><TD> [53]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 122r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, May 17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Gardner, John; Martha Gardner; John Pettyward; Charles Stamford; and John Maxfield</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [54]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 125r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, May17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Gardner, John; Martha Gardner; John Pettyward; Charles Stamford; and John Munfield</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [55]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 338v</TD><TD> Dorset</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 13</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Harbyn, John; Robert Harbyn; Richard Savage; Thomas Marsey; Henry Woodley; Robert Angell; and Lancelot Wester</TD><TD> Concerning an account of money collected by the defendants towards great losses sustained by divers of the inhabitants of Milton Abbas by reason of a great fire that occurred there.</TD><TD> [56]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 121r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Lowrye, John</TD><TD> An order the defendant shall go without day.</TD><TD> [57]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 321r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 13</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Norton, Major, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain money alleged to have been received by the defendant for the Queen Mother and the present King as receiver of their revenue in Durham and Northumberland and the archdeaconry of Richmond.</TD><TD> [58]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 429v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1669, May 17</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Norton, Molger, esq</TD><TD> Concerning money received by the defendant from the Queen Mother and the King as receiver of their revenues in Northumberland and Durham and the archdeaconry of Richmond</TD><TD> [59]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 188v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 16</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Rowles, William, gentleman; John Newton; John Morwent; and others, tenants of the manor of Rodley without the now bounds of the Forest of Deane.</TD><TD> Concerning right of common and other liberties and privileges in the Forest of Deane claimed by the defendants.</TD><TD> [60]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 331v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1668, May 1</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Shuttleworth, Richard, esq; and others as treasurers, receivers, and collectors of public moneys in Lancashire.</TD><TD> Concerning an account of public moneys received by the defendants</TD><TD> [61]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 134br</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 25</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Strode, Sir Nicholas, knight; William Wandesford, esq; William Thompson; Mathew Barrett; Edward Baker; William Bardine; John Wells; and Amye Sanders</TD><TD> Concerning an agreement as to providing King Charles I with powder and arms to secure payment for which assignments of money were made out of the customs and excise in Bristol and Oxford, which revenue being required for other purposes, an assignment was made of the manor and park of "Maryibone" and other lands in Middlesex.</TD><TD> [62]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 159r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Whorwood, Broome, esq; The President and Scholars of Magdalen College, Oxford; The Warden and Scholars of New College, Oxford; The President and Scholars of Corpus Christi College, Oxford; The Principal and Scholars of Brasenose College, Oxford; The Provost an Scholars of Oriel College, Oxford; Sir Allan Apsley knight and baronet; and others, landholders within the parish of Headington; Richard Crooke, esq; and others, landholders within the parish Marston; and William Bayly and others, landholders within the parish of St Clement's, Oxford</TD><TD> The disafforestation of Shotover Forest and Stowe Wood</TD><TD> [63]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 212v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Woodcott, Thomas</TD><TD> Concerning arrears of excise for bear and ale brewed by the defendant at Gravesend.</TD><TD> [64]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 139r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, July 7</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) at the relation of John Jeffes gentleman</TD><TD> Smyth, Sir William, baronet; Richard Blackwall, esq; Thomas Fowke; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a debt wherewith Richard Blackwall was chargeable to the Crown as one of the treasurers and collectors of prize goods and as to the estate of the said Blackwall in the manors of Stepney and Hackney and the rectories thereof and the manor of Crumballs with appurtenances</TD><TD> [65]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 63r</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 9</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) for and on behalf of Dame Mary Wandesford, Francis Wandesford; and Mary Betts</TD><TD> Stephens, Richard; Henry Smyth; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain parcels of land left dry by the sea in West Cowes and other places in the Isle of Wight near the parish of Northwood, whereupon the defendants had erected divers houses, wharves, etc. An order as to a trial at law. There was also a cross bill between the same parties as to the same matter.</TD><TD> [66]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 57v</TD><TD> Coventry City</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 9</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of The King and at the relation and for and on the behalf of Sir Robert Townsend, knight, lessee to his Majesty</TD><TD> Mayor, Bailiffs, and Commonalty of Coventry</TD><TD> Concerning certain land in the Little Park, and the said Little Park alleged to be parcels of the manor of Chilesmore. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [67]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 304r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 10</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir William Morrice knight principal secretary of state; and of Sir William Morrice Bart his son</TD><TD> Horsham, John</TD><TD> Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Plymouth in a ship called the "George of Dover." An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [68]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 304r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir William Morrice knight principal secretary of state; and of Sir William Morrice Bart his son</TD><TD> Merringe, John</TD><TD> Concerning prisage of certain wines imported into Plymouth.</TD><TD> [69]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133av</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1665, June 25</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King and of Sir William Morrice knight principal secretary of state; and of Sir William Morrice Bart his son</TD><TD> Munion, John</TD><TD> Concerning prisage for certain wines iimported into Plymouth in a ship called the "Dolphin"</TD><TD> [70]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 322r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 23</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King at the relation of John Jackson esq</TD><TD> Palmer, Sir Henry, baronet</TD><TD> An order as to a case to be stated and as to certain tallies etc.</TD><TD> [71]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 187r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 4</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the Queen Mother by Sir Peter Ball knight her attorney and her trustees; Elizaebth Gawden, executrix of Dir John Gawden late Bishop of Exeter deceased; Sir William Ayloffe baronet; John Speller; John Betts; and John Alsopp</TD><TD> Warden and Scholars of New College, Oxford; Thomas jermin; and Michael Wells, clerk</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of lands within the manor and park of Havering atte Bower claimed to belong to the church of Hornechurch. An order for a trial at law as to an alleged "modus."</TD><TD> [72]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 44v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 7</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of Thomas Hodgkins and George Brett</TD><TD> Guerdoun, Aaron, doctor of physic</TD><TD> Concerning payment claimed by Thomas Hodgkins and George Brett for materials supplied and work done for the defendant who was master and worker of the monyes of gold and silver within the Tower of London in the time of the Commonwealth.</TD><TD> [73]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 302r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Georffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Woodcott, Thomas, of Gravesend</TD><TD> Concerning several sums of money due for arrears of excise for bear and ale brewed by the defendant as a common brewer at Gravesend.</TD><TD> [74]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 303r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Georffrey Palmer, knight and baronet) on behalf of the King at the relation of Colonel Francis Trafford</TD><TD> Jennings, Edward</TD><TD> Concerning certain money received by the defendant for buying drums, colours, and other warlike provisions</TD><TD> [75]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 439v</TD><TD></TD> <TD> 1669, May 13</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Jeffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Batemen, Roger; and Thomas Skayfe</TD><TD> Concerning common for cattle and common of turbary in a certain waste called Edge and Kinne within the manor of New Hutton claimed by the defendant Bateman as belonging to a parcel of land called Hutton Park. An order for a trial at law.</TD><TD> [76]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 45v</TD><TD> Brecon/Radnor</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 21</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Jeffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Games, John; Bartholomew Games; Willliam Watkins; Richard Lewis esq; John Davis; John Herbert; Francis Powell; William Jones, esq; James Lewis; and Edmund Jones</TD><TD> Concerning an account of the profits of the rectory of Llangattock, Brecon, and of the chapel annexed called Llanelle Llangdenny etc, and of the prebend of Llanelweth, and the rectory of Hennelly, Radnor, sequestered at the time of the Commonwealth and alleged to have been received by the defendants.</TD><TD> [77]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 382v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 12</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Jeffrey Palmer, knight and baronet)</TD><TD> Jones, Humfrey, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning moneys received by the defendant by virtue of a pretended act of Parliament for the sale of the goods and personal estates of the late King, Queen, and Prince.</TD><TD> [78]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 422v</TD><TD> Norf/Norwich City/Suff/Essex</TD><TD> 1669, May 25</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of Bovill Skelton exq; George Arnett, esq; and George Coldham, gentleman</TD><TD> Doughty, Robert, esq; Thomas Garrett; Margaret Liffe; Ralph Woolmer; Thomas Stewart; and Gilbert Garrett</TD><TD> Concerning arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, cider, perry, mead, and metheglin in the city and county of Norwich, Norfolk, the hundred of Lothingland, the Borough of Thetford, Suffolk, Essex, and the towns of Colchester and Chelmsford</TD><TD> [79]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 31r</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1664, June 8</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of Dame Mary Wandesford; and others</TD><TD> Stephens, Richard, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [80]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 137r</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1665, June 21</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of Dame Mary Wandesford; and others (and cross suit)</TD><TD> Stephens, Richard, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to the defendants going without day. And, in cross suit, an order as to preserving the testimony of certain witnesses.</TD><TD> [81]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186v</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 11</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of James Sale and John Hunt in trust for Andrew Hunt; and William Carter</TD><TD> Bulford, Anthony; Samuel Salter; Samuel Scudamore; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a wood commonly called St John's Wood in Chipping Wycombe</TD><TD> [82]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 310r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 12</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of James Sale gentleman and John Hunt yeoman being persons nominated in trust for Andrew Hunt; and William Carter, gentleman</TD><TD> Bulford, Anthony; Samuel Salter; Samuel Scudamore; and others</TD><TD> Concerning St John's Wood in Chipping Wycombe</TD><TD> [83]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 218r</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1667, May 9</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of John Kirke, esq</TD><TD> Pickford, James</TD><TD> Concerning certain parcels of land within the Forest of Macclesfield. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [84]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 248v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, June 29</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of Mrs Elizabeth Yonge</TD><TD> Harrington, William, esq; Richard Downes, esq; and John Treton, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account as to the "Algeir Duty"</TD><TD> [85]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of Thomas Hodgkins and George Brett</TD><TD> Geurdian, Dr Aaron</TD><TD> An interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [86]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 62r</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Attorney General at the relation of William Wormeley</TD><TD> Ayray, William; and others</TD><TD> An interlocutory order as to certain accounts, etc.</TD><TD> [87]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 24v</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1664, July 2</TD><TD> Attorney General of the pretended Lord Protector (Edmund Prideaux, esq); John Jackson gentleman now knight; John Hedworth esq an infant by the said John Jackson his guardian and next friend; and Dame Dorothy Hedworth widow</TD><TD> Jones Peter; Josiah Primate; Robert Conyers; Thomas Swinborne; William Wandesford; John Palmer; Edward Kempe; and John Read</TD><TD> The manors of Harraton and Urpeth, and divers lands etc in Harraton, Burnegall, Salterside, Suddicke, West Harrington, Pictree, Sunderland, Rickledon, and other places and several coal mines in Harraton, Rickledon, and Chester in the Street, were involved.</TD><TD> [88]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299r</TD><TD> Serjeants Inn</TD><TD> 1667, Dec 4</TD><TD> Attorney General on behalf of the King</TD><TD> Jones, Humfrey, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning an account of the defendant as treasurer for all moneys that should be raised, levied, and paid for sale of the goods and personal estate of the late King and Queen and the present King when he was Prince. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [89]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 1v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, May 5</TD><TD> Attorney General on behalf of Thomas Hodgkins; and George Brett</TD><TD> Guerdian, Doctor Aaron</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [90]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 382r</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Attorney General on behalf of William Bateman, gentleman</TD><TD> Chiltherowe, James; John Chiltherowe; and others</TD><TD> An interlocutory order as to costs etc</TD><TD> [91]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 422v</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1669, May 17</TD><TD> Bagshawe, Edward, clerk</TD><TD> Clement, Thomas</TD><TD> An order for payment of certain tithes</TD><TD> [92]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 245v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, June 10</TD><TD> Baileton, William</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [93]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 253v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, June 10</TD><TD> Baileton, William</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [94]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 288v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 21</TD><TD> Baileton, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage and lands in the manor of Garstrange.</TD><TD> [95]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 323r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 16</TD><TD> Baily, Anthony</TD><TD> Athy, John; and Tobias Garbran</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [96]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 421v</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1669, May 10</TD><TD> Ball, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Keyburne, Richard; William Rice; William Clyton; and Francis Clisby</TD><TD> Concerning a portion of tithes in the parish of Wooton, Bucks, called "Longville." An order for a trial at law.</TD><TD> [97]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 124v</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Barber, William, esq</TD><TD> Higgs, Johanna, widow; William Higgs; and Griffin Selwood</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as belonging to the impropriate rectory of South Stoke.</TD><TD> [98]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 79v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Baret, Peter, gentleman</TD><TD> Pratt, Richard; and Thomas Say</TD><TD> An order as to an injunction to stay a suit in the court of King's Bench</TD><TD> [99]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 85r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Barnes, John</TD><TD> Barrow, Henry; and Thomas Berry</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage and a bond. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [100]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 97r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> Barrington, John; John Taylor; and others on behalf of themselves and others, the creditors of Thomas Pride deceased</TD><TD> Attorney General; Elizabeth Pride; Simeon Fincham; and Gregory King</TD><TD> An interlocutory order</TD><TD> [101]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, June 8</TD><TD> Barrington, John; John Taylor; and others on behalf of themselves and others, the creditors of Thomas Pride deceased</TD><TD> Attorney General; Elizabeth Pride; Simeon Fincham; and Gregory King</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [102]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 214r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, May 13</TD><TD> Barton, Hugh, gentleman; William Parkinson, gentleman, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage called Hodgkinsons or Porters tenement in the manor of Garstang.</TD><TD> [103]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 275r</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 24</TD><TD> Basire, Isaac, doctor of divinity, rector of Stanhope in Weardale; and William Blackett his lessee of the tithe ore in question</TD><TD> Wharton, Humfrey, esq; Thomas Alsopp; William Deacon; and others</TD><TD> Concerning tithe of lead ore in the parish of Stanhope in Weardale.</TD><TD> [104]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 79r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Baxter, Thomas</TD><TD> Starkey, George; Peter Rylands; and William Crompton</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account</TD><TD> [105]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 153v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 15</TD><TD> Baxter, Thomas</TD><TD> Starkey, George; Peter Rylands; and William Crompton</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account</TD><TD> [106]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 154v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 22</TD><TD> Baxter, Thomas</TD><TD> Starkey, George; Peter Rylands; and William Crompton</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account</TD><TD> [107]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 157r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Baxter, Thomas</TD><TD> Starkey, George; Peter Rylands; and William Crompton</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account. The plaintiff's lands in Newton and Lowton are mentioned.</TD><TD> [108]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 410v</TD><TD> Essex/Suff</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 10</TD><TD> Beane, Humphrey, esq, late farmer of the excise in Essex and Suffolk; Thomas Collyer; Robert Davies; and others, his sureties</TD><TD> Attorney General; the late commissioners of excise; and the present commissioners of excise</TD><TD> Concerning allowance out of the rent for the excise in Essex and Suffolk</TD><TD> [109]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 355v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Beane, Humphrey, esq; Thomas Calverd; Henry Patridge; Samuel Vincent; Thomas Williams; and Roger Turnsley</TD><TD> Attorney General; Sir George Benyon, knight; Francis Finch; and Edward Wingate, esq, commissioners of excise</TD><TD> Concerning several bonds relating to the farm of the excise in Essex.</TD><TD> [110]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 406v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 4</TD><TD> Beane, Humphrey, esq; Thomas Calverd; Henry Patridge; Samuel Vincent; Thomas Williams; and Roger Turnsley</TD><TD> Attorney General; Sir George Benyon, knight; Francis Finch; and Edward Wingate, esq, commissioners of excise</TD><TD> Concerning the farm of the excise in Essex</TD><TD> [111]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 252v</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1667, June 17</TD><TD> Beely, William</TD><TD> Robotham, Edward; George Newton, gentleman; and John Browne</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [112]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133av</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, July 2</TD><TD> Bellingham, Alan, esq</TD><TD> Lowther, John, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Anthony Clyburne; John Knott; and Richard Salkeld</TD><TD> Concerning tithe wool in Bampton.</TD><TD> [113]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 254r</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1667, June 20</TD><TD> Bellingham, Alan, esq</TD><TD> Lowther, John, esq, & Elizabeth his wife; Anthony Clyburne; John Knott; and Richard Salkeld</TD><TD> Concerning tithe wool in Bampton.</TD><TD> [114]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 294r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 21</TD><TD> Bewe, George, clerk</TD><TD> Brigham, William, gentleman; Henry Brigham, gentleman; Thomas Raley; Thomas Davy; Marmaduke Hope; George Mainprice; Francis Dixon; and Peter Edmonds</TD><TD> Concerning tithes etc claimed by the plaintiff as curate of the chapelries of Bilton and Wyton.</TD><TD> [115]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 352v</TD><TD> Heref</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Bishop of Hereford</TD><TD> Hartford, Bristock, professor of Medicine</TD><TD> An order as to the plaintiff's reply</TD><TD> [116]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 96v</TD><TD> Northumb</TD><TD> 1665, June 15</TD><TD> Blackborough, Peter; and others</TD><TD> Carr, William, esq, and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [117]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 285r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Blackborow, Peter</TD><TD> Tucker, Thomas, merchant</TD><TD> Concerning an account. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [118]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 100v</TD><TD> Northumb</TD><TD> 1665, May 10</TD><TD> Blackborow, Peter, merchant; and William Chamberlaine</TD><TD> Carre, William, esq; and Mathias Hunter</TD><TD> Concerning a debt from the defendant Carre to the plaintiff Blackborow for payment of which an annuity out of a farm called Gothericke and a certain estate in the manor of Barmore were liable.</TD><TD> [119]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 328r</TD><TD> London/Middx/ Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 23</TD><TD> Blackwell, Richard, an infant by James Phipps esq his guardian</TD><TD> Noyes, Winifred, widow, mother of the plaintiff; George Gosnold; John Noyss; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the estate both "Regall and personal" of Richard Blackwell the plaintiff's father deceased.</TD><TD> [120]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 399r</TD><TD> Bucks/Beds</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Bluntwell, Thomas, gentleman, administrator of FitzHugh Oranwell gentleman deceased</TD><TD> Culling, Thomas, esq; Thomas Hatch; William Farr; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Paslows and certain lands etc in Wavendon and Ashpley Guyse.</TD><TD> [121]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 129br</TD><TD> Herefs/Salop/ Worcs</TD><TD> 1665, July 5</TD><TD> Bodley, Jerome, gentleman, who together with Henry Wansey gentleman deceased was late farmer of the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, and mead or metheglin within Herefordshire, Shropshire, and Worcestershire; Theophilus Smyth; Thomas Parris; and William Winch, securities of the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Rolls of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, and mead or metheglin in Herefordshire, Shropshire, and Worcestershire.</TD><TD> [122]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 131br</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1665, June 28</TD><TD> Boles, Richard, clerk</TD><TD> Berkley, Henry;and John Clerke</TD><TD> Concerning tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Norton</TD><TD> [123]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 418v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1669, May 10</TD><TD> Bolton, Edward</TD><TD> Burges, John</TD><TD> Concerning an account of the profits of certain chalk kilns at Colchester and of the estate of John Tills deceased, the plaintiff's late partner.</TD><TD> [124]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396v</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 16</TD><TD> Bowser, Richard, gentleman; William Blackett; Roger Walton; and Thomas Craggs</TD><TD> Dowson, George; Henry Dowson; Robert Dowson; and Anthony Garthorne</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes, oblations etc claimed by the plaintiffs arising in South Bedburne in the chapelry of Hampsterley</TD><TD> [125]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 7</TD><TD> Bretland, Francis; and others</TD><TD> Gwilliam, John; and others</TD><TD> An order as to delivering up a bond</TD><TD> [126]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 137r</TD><TD> Herefs</TD><TD> 1665, June 21</TD><TD> Bretton, Robert, doctor in divinity</TD><TD> Carpenter, Arthur</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes of a place called Barrow Leasure</TD><TD> [127]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 212r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 25</TD><TD> Brewer, John, clerk, vicar of Great Maplested</TD><TD> Harrington, James, gentleman, impropriator of the rectory of Great Maplested</TD><TD> Concerning a pension and certain portions of wheat etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Great Maplested from the defendant.</TD><TD> [128]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 213r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Brewer, John, clerk, vicar of Great Maplested</TD><TD> Harrington, James, gentleman, impropriator of the rectory of Great Maplested</TD><TD> Concerning a pension and certain portions of wheat etc claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Great Maplested from the defendant.</TD><TD> [129]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 246r</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1667, June 20</TD><TD> Brideoake, Ralph, doctor of divinity</TD><TD> Best, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to the plaintiff's estate in the manor of Wolverhampton</TD><TD> [130]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 214r</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Brideoake, Ralph, doctor of divinity</TD><TD> Best, Richard</TD><TD>Concerning a debt of £1,000 on a mortgage of a lease of the manor of Wolverhampton.</TD><TD> [131]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 244v</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1667, June 29</TD><TD> Brideoake, Ralph, doctor of divinity</TD><TD> Best, Richard; and Richard Bale</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of a lease of the manor of Wolverhampton.</TD><TD> [132]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 122r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Brooke, Richard</TD><TD> Russell, Edward, esq, & Dame Penelope his wife; William Chills; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [133]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 125r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Brooke, Richard</TD><TD> Russell, Edward, esq, & Dame Penelope his wife; William Chills; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [134]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 122v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, May?</TD><TD> Brooke, Richard</TD><TD> Tomlinson, Mathew, esq, & Pembrooke his wife; Sir William Boothby, knight and baronet, & Dame Hill his wife; Margaret Brooke; and Frances Brooke, daughters and heirs of Sir William Brooke knight of the Bath</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [135]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 348r</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> Broser, Richard, gentleman; William Blackett; Raph Walto; Thomas Craggs</TD><TD> Dowson, George; Henry Dowson; Robert Dowson; and Anthony Gorthorne</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes etc due from the defendants as inhabitants within the township of South Bedbourne in the chapelry of Humsterley.</TD><TD> [136]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 327r</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 28</TD><TD> Broughton, Dame Mary (entered with Broughton v. Honyward and Broughton v Broughton)</TD><TD> Broughton, Edward, an infant son and heir of the said Edward Broughton; and others</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a deed of conveyance</TD><TD> [137]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 247v</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1667, June 13</TD><TD> Broughton, Dame Mary, widow</TD><TD> Craven, Sir Robert, knight; Dame Margaret his wife; William Broughton; Anne Broughton; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a capital messuage called March Wyell and divers other lands etc in Denbigh, Flint, and Chester. An order as to a commission.</TD><TD> [138]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 327r</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 27</TD><TD> Broughton, Dame Mary, widow and late wife of Sir Edward Broughton knight deceased (entered with Broughton v. Broughton and Broughton v Broughton)</TD><TD> Honyward, Sir Robert, knight; and others</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a deed of conveyance</TD><TD> [139]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 216v</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1667, May 2</TD><TD> Broughton, Dame Mary, widow, late wife of Sir Edward Broughton knight</TD><TD> Honywood, Sir Robert, knight; Christopher Bernard, esq; James Nutley, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a capital messuage called March and divers lands etc in Denbigh, Flint, and Cheshire</TD><TD> [140]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 327r</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 29</TD><TD> Broughton, Edward, infant by Sir Thomas Tyrrell knight one of the justices of common pleas and Sir Peter Tyrrell baronet his guardians (entered with Broughton v. Honyward and Broughton v Broughton)</TD><TD> Broughton, Dame Mary; and others</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a deed of conveyance</TD><TD> [141]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 127av</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Browne, John, the younger, administrator of Thomas Newton deceased</TD><TD> Beely, William; and John Harrison</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of certain lands in Heavn (? Heaton) Norris</TD><TD> [142]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 431r</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1669, Apr 29</TD><TD> Bruen, Elizabeth, administratrix of Saarah Bruen with the will annexed</TD><TD> Bruen, Jonathan, esq, brother of the said Sarah</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account</TD><TD> [143]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 398r</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 8</TD><TD> Bruen, Elizabeth, spinster</TD><TD> Bruen, Jonathan, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the estate of Sarah Bruen deceased</TD><TD> [144]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 419v</TD><TD> Dorset</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Bucknett, Christopher, son and heir of John Bucknett, gentleman</TD><TD> Child, Nathaniel; and George Bucknett</TD><TD> Concerning the seventh part of the manor and brough of Warham</TD><TD> [145]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 347r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> Burton, Laurence; Thomas Procther; Frances Howson; and others, inhabitants of Horton in Ribblesdale</TD><TD> Wilson, Thomas, gentleman, impropriator of the rectory of Horton</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Horton in Ribblesdale</TD><TD> [146]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 289v</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 1</TD><TD> Burwell, Francis, esq; and George Salter, gentleman</TD><TD> Currance, John, esq</TD><TD> An order as to referring the account between the parties to an auditor</TD><TD> [147]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 76v</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Burwell, Francis, esq; and George Salter, gentleman, executor of Martin Salter esq</TD><TD> Corance, John, esq, executor of Robert Lane esq</TD><TD> Concerning several debts due to the plaintiffs from Robert Lane esdq deceased.</TD><TD> [148]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 1</TD><TD> Bushby, Charles, esq; and Petter Bushby (entered with Griffiths v. White)</TD><TD> Attorney General; and John White</TD><TD> An order as to certain accounts</TD><TD> [149]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376v</TD><TD></TD> <TD> 1668, Nov 9</TD><TD> Bushy, Petter, gentleman</TD><TD> White, John, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [150]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 382r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Butter, Nevile, gentleman, impropriator of the dissolved priory of St Giles in Cornwelle, Cambs</TD><TD> Crowder, Joseph</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff for a certain ground called Bullnes lying in Barnwell.</TD><TD> [151]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 79v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas</TD><TD> Holgate, John</TD><TD> An order as to the defendant's exceptions to an auditor's certificate.</TD><TD> [152]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 22r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, June 16</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas</TD><TD> Holgate, John; and John Collins</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [153]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 96r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 15</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Holgate, John, esq</TD><TD> An interlocutory order as to an account, etc.</TD><TD> [154]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 127ar</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, May 3</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Holgate, John, esq</TD><TD> Concerning St John's Wood and Belsis. An order for a trial at law as to certain encumbrances.</TD><TD> [155]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 188r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 28</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Holgate, John, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Belsise and St John's Wood. An order as to accounts.</TD><TD> [156]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 23v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, July 2</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman, administrator de bonis non of the Lady Anne Reade widow deceased and administrator of Phillipp Cage his late father likewise deceased</TD><TD> Holgate, John; and John Collins</TD><TD> Concerning certain assignments of Belsis and St John's Wood.</TD><TD> [157]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 22r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, June 23</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman, administrator de bonis non of the Lady Anne Reade widow deceased and administrator of Phillipp Cage his late father likewise deceased</TD><TD> Holgate, John; and John Collins</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to certain assignments of Belses and St John's Wood.</TD><TD> [158]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 56v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman, administrator de bonis non of the Lady Anne Wade widow deceased and administrator of Phillipp Cage his late father likewise deceased</TD><TD> Holgate, John, esq</TD><TD> Concerning St John's Wood. An order as to certain accounts.</TD><TD> [159]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 40r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 14</TD><TD> Cage, Thomas, gentleman, administrator de bonis non of the Lady Anne Wade widow deceased and administrator of Phillipp Cage his late father likewise deceased</TD><TD> Holgate, John; and John Collins</TD><TD> Concerning St John's Wood and Belsis. An order as to an auditor's certificate.</TD><TD> [160]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 410r</TD><TD> Salop</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 16</TD><TD> Cannington, Lucy, widow</TD><TD> FitzHerbert, Bazil, esq; Thomas Purcell, gentleman; and William Sheppard AND v. Francis Bickerton</TD><TD> Concerning a lease of the manor house of Whiteladies and the lands thereunto belonging.</TD><TD> [161]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 156v</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 30</TD><TD> Cardonell, Adam de, gentleman</TD><TD> Cawdrey, Walter; Ralph Rooksby; Mathew Best; John Newman; Samuel Parker; and William Jones</TD><TD> Concerning a bond for performance of certain articles of agreement as to certain timber sold out of Looshanger Park.</TD><TD> [162]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 1v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Cartwright, Thomas, doctor in divinity, vicar of Barking</TD><TD> Palmer, Edmond; and Nathaniel Palmer</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of hertage and marsh lands fed with dry cattle in Barking. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [163]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Cartwright, Thomas, doctor in divinity, vicar of Barking</TD><TD> Palmer, Edmond; and Nathaniel Palmer</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of hertage and marsh lands fed with dry cattle in Barking. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [164]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 40v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 7</TD><TD> Cartwright, Thomas, doctor in divinity, vicar of Barking</TD><TD> Palmer, Edmond; and Nathaniel Palmer</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain marsh lands called Dunstocke and Pondleaze in Barking. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [165]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 55v</TD><TD> Monmouth</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Catchmay, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Catchmay, Thomas</TD><TD> An order as to costs.</TD><TD> [166]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 81v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Catchmay, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Catchmay, Thomas</TD><TD> Concerning the tithes of four parcels of coppice wood called "the Manna," the "Great Bargaine," "the Petty Bargaine," and "the Riddings," within the rectory of Llanthogoe. An order as to a commission.</TD><TD> [167]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 213r</TD><TD> Monmouth</TD><TD> 1667, May 9</TD><TD> Catchmay, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Catchmay, Thomas</TD><TD> An order as to a commissioners' certificate concerning certain wood felled by the defendant in Llanthogo.</TD><TD> [168]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 221v</TD><TD> Monmouth</TD><TD> 1667, May 21</TD><TD> Catchmay, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Catchmay, Thomas, of London, fishmonger</TD><TD> Concerning the tithe of certain coppice woods in Llanthogoe</TD><TD> [169]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 104r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Chabenor, John; and others</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> An order as to discharging the plaintiffs from arrears of rent of excise etc.</TD><TD> [170]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 399r</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1669, Jan 28</TD><TD> Chalkhill, John, clerk</TD><TD> Linney, William, the elder and the younger; John Garter the elder; and others</TD><TD> Concerning tithe conies claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Ashley</TD><TD> [171]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 289v</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Cheevely, John, clerk</TD><TD> Raymond, Mathew, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain pasture in certain enclosed grounds parcel of the farm of Puckshippen claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Bitcham Stock. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [172]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 427r</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Chetwind, Walter, the elder and the younger; and William Staresmore</TD><TD> Marlor, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [173]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 439v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1659, May 17</TD><TD> Clapham, Sir Christopher, knight</TD><TD> Key, John; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [174]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 422v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1669, May 10</TD><TD> Clapham, Sir Christopher, knight</TD><TD> Key, John; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [175]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 125r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Cleve, William; and Anthony Gamon inhabitants within the chapelries of Petton and Shellingford in the parish of Bampton, as well on behalf of themselves as on behalf of other the inhabitants within the said chapelries</TD><TD> Doble, John, esq, proprietor of the rectory of Bampton</TD><TD> Concerning the provision of a sufficient minister to officiate in the chapels of Petton and Shellingford in the parish of Bampton</TD><TD> [176]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 172r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 30</TD><TD> Coke, William, esq; John Fownes, esq; William Sherman, esq; and Charles Cornell</TD><TD> Alford, Richard; and Hugh Coffin</TD><TD> Concerning suit of mill in the manor of Ottery St Mary</TD><TD> [177]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Coleman, Edward, esq, & Mary his wife</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq; and Nicholas Gondrey, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [178]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 412r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1669, Jan 25</TD><TD> Coleman, Edward, esq, & Mary his wife, the daughter of Simeon Orme and Jane his wife both deceased</TD><TD> Gundry, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account. Lands in Sewsterne are mentioned.</TD><TD> [179]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 292r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 25</TD><TD> Coltman, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Attorney General; the Attorney General of the Duke of York; The Governors and Company of Merchants of London trading into the East Indies</TD><TD> Concerning certain money belonging to the plaintiff which was paid into the East India Company by John Barkstead attainted of high treason.</TD><TD> [180]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 411v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 1</TD><TD> Comport, Richard; Thomas Rumins; and Richard Gyles, lessees or farmers unto Robert Porey doctor in divinity of the tithes etc of the rectory of Lambeth</TD><TD> Oliver, Ralph; and Ann Bayley</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Lambeth. An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [181]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1668, Jan 27</TD><TD> Couch, John, clerk</TD><TD> Osborne, John</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Horsmonden. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [182]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 48v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 21</TD><TD> Coventry, Sir John, knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Patten, Thomas; John Peryam; Phillipp Gade; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a customary tithe of the toll of corn ground in certain mills within the hundred of Taunton Deane.</TD><TD> [183]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 357v</TD><TD> Som/Middx</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe or ingrosser of the Great Roll of this court, & Dame Susan his wife; Robert Croke; and others their children</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, knight and baronet; Thomas Collett, and Elizabeth his wife; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands etc and personal estate formerly belonging to Sir Peter Vanlore the elder; Dame Jacoba his wife or Dame Mary Powell and held in trust by Thomas Crompton deceased.</TD><TD> [184]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 14</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe, & Dame Susanna his wife; and others</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, baronet; Thomas Collett, & Elizabeth his wife; James Oswald; John Shawe; and William Ashburneham, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [185]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 280v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 7</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe, & Dame Susanna his wife; and others</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, baronet; Thomas Collett, & Elizabeth his wife; James Oswald; John Shawe; and William Ashburneham, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [186]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 28</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe, & Dame Susanna his wife; and others</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, baronet; Thomas Collett, & Elizabeth his wife; James Oswald; John Shawe; and William Ashburneham, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [187]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 31</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe, & Dame Susanna his wife; and others</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, baronet; Thomas Collett, & Elizabeth his wife; James Oswald; John Shawe; and William Ashburneham, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [188]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 287r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 21</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe, & Dame Susanna his wife; and others their children</TD><TD> Powell, Sir William, baronet; Thomas Collett, & Elizabeth his wife; James Oswald; John Shawe</TD><TD> An order for a trial at the bar of this court as to the estate of Thomas Crompton gentleman deceased</TD><TD> [189]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281v</TD><TD> Essex/elsewhere</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 31</TD><TD> Croke, Sir Robert, knight, clerk of the Pipe; and others</TD><TD> Cruso, Timothy, the elder; and others</TD><TD> An order as to arguing a matter in law</TD><TD> [190]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 3v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Crossman, Joseph, clerk, rector and parson of Blackwell</TD><TD> Walker, Robert; Thomas Page; Thomas Lovell; William Evans; Edward Bullocke; John Tovey; and Agnes Barnes, widow</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Blackwell. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [191]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 242r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1667, June 29</TD><TD> Crossman, Joseph, clerk, rector and parson of Blackwell</TD><TD> Walker, Robert; Thomas Page; Thomas Lovell; William Evans; Edward Bullocke; John Tovey; and Agnes Barnes, widow</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Backwell</TD><TD> [192]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 305r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 10</TD><TD> Currer, Hugh</TD><TD> Rushworth, John; Thomas Rushworth; William Wilson; and others, tenants and inhabitants and residents in the town, township, manor or lordship of Silsden</TD><TD> Concerning suit to the plaintiff's mill called Sillesden Mill</TD><TD> [193]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 247v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, July 2</TD><TD> Currer, Hugh (entered with Rushworth v. Anne, countess dowager</TD><TD> Rushworth, John; and others, tenants and inhabitants and residents in the town, township, manor or lordship of Silsden</TD><TD> Concerning suit of mill by the tenants etc of the manor etc of Silsden. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [194]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Currer, Hugh (entered with Rushworth v. Anne, countess dowager</TD><TD> Rushworth, John; and others, tenants and inhabitants and residents in the town, township, manor or lordship of Silsden</TD><TD> An order as to a decree for Hugh Currer</TD><TD> [195]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396v</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 1</TD><TD> Dawson, John, clerk</TD><TD> Burnett, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Westhall</TD><TD> [196]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 349v</TD><TD> Gloucester City</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Gloucester</TD><TD> Price, Thomas, gentleman; and Lawrance Lugg</TD><TD> Concerning a rent issuing out of a messuage in the parish of St John's Gloucester and a rent issuing out of a messuage in the parish of St Nicholas, Gloucester</TD><TD> [197]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 350r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Wells</TD><TD> Ball, Phellip; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a certain quantity of wheat payable to the plaintiffs as lords of the manor of Cannons Grange out of certain lands in Eston.</TD><TD> [198]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 369v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Wells</TD><TD> Ball, Phillipp; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a certain quantity of wheat payable to the plaintiffs as lords of the manor of Cannons Grange out of certain lands in Eston.</TD><TD> [199]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 351v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Wells</TD><TD> Thurleby, Charles, clerk</TD><TD> Concerning a pension issuing out of the vicarage of St Cuthbert in Wells</TD><TD> [200]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 414r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1669, May 10</TD><TD> Dillingham, John</TD><TD> Prym, Abraham, & Ann his wife; and Charles Prym</TD><TD> An order as to referring the matters in difference to arbitration</TD><TD> [201]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 348v</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Dobbinson, Thomas, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Bowes, Ralph, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain messuages in the manor of Bradley</TD><TD> [202]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 104v</TD><TD> Wales/Monmouth</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Dobson, William; and others</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> An order as to discharging the plaintiffs from arrears of rent of excise etc.</TD><TD> [203]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 122v</TD><TD> Wales/Monmouth</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Dobson, William; and William Hawkins, late farmers of the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, and mead or metheglin within the town and county of Haverford West and the towns of Monmouth, Brecknock, Radnor, Cardigan, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Cardiff, Beaumaris, Montgomery, Flint, Dollgelle, Carnarvon, and Denbigh, and within Anglesey, Brecon, Carmarthen, Cardigan, Carnarvon, Denbigh, Slint, Glamorgan, Merioneth, Montgomery, Monmouth, Pemrboke, and Radnor; James Phillipps, esq; and Thomas Parry, esq, securities for the said late farmers.</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Roll of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, cider, mead, and metheglin in Wales and Monmouth.</TD><TD> [204]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 2r</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Doddington, Elizabeth; Mary Doddington; and Philadelphia Doddington, three of the daughters of William Doddington gentleman deceased.</TD><TD> Alford, Christopher</TD><TD> Concerning suit to ceretain mills called "The King's Customary Mills of Meere."</TD><TD> [205]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 104r</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Doughty, Robert; and others</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> An order as to discharging the plaintiffs from arrears of rent of excise etc.</TD><TD> [206]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 113r</TD><TD> Norwich City/ elsewhere</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Doughty, Robert; and Thomas Garrett, two of the late farmers of the duties of excise and new iimpost upon beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, and metheglin within Norwich City and the county of the same City, and Norfol, Suffolk, and Essex; Margaret Life executrix of the said late farmers; Ralph Woolmer, esq; Thomas Stewart, gentleman, administrator of William Stewart esquire; Gilbert Gerrard gentleman, executor of George Stewart gentleman also deceased, securities for the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charge upon the plaintiffs in the Great Rolls of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, or metheglin in Norwich City and the county of the same city, and Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex. The King's hands to be amoved from the possession of certain land etc in Aylesham.</TD><TD> [207]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 285v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Edisforth, Frances, widow, administratrix of William Edisforth deceased</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Canterbury; Thomas Turner, doctor in divinity, dean of Canterbury; Peter Gunning; Peter Du Moline; and John Ancher doctors in divinity, prebends of Canterbury</TD><TD> Concerning leases of certain shops, chambers, and open spaces convenient for standing for fairs within the precincts of Canterbury Cathedral.</TD><TD> [208]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 389r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Elsey, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Hollis, John</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Kingston upon Thames.</TD><TD> [209]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 389v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Elsey, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Hollis, John</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Kingston upon Thames.</TD><TD> [210]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 380r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Exsey, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Hollis, Robert</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Kingston upon Thames. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [211]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 76r</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 27</TD><TD> Fane, Sir Francis, knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Martin, Jeremy, doctor in physic; Walter Howell; William Hurtwell; David Edwards; William Greenfield; and William Stephens</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes belonging to the rectories of Westbury upon Trim and Henbury Saltmarsh. An order for a trial at law as to a mode of tithing hay.</TD><TD> [212]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 191r</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 24</TD><TD> Fane, Sir Francis, knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Martin, Jeremy, doctor in physic; Walter Howell; William Hurtwell; David Edwards; William Greenfield; and William Stephens</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as proprietor of the rectories of Westbury upon Trim and Henbury Salt Marsh</TD><TD> [213]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 243v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, June 13</TD><TD> Fane, Sir Francis, knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Martin, Jeremy, doctor in physic; Walter Howell; William Hurtwell; David Edwards; William Greenfield; and William Stephens</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as proprietor of the rectories of Westbury upon Trim and Henbury Salt Marsh</TD><TD> [214]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 155r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 30</TD><TD> Fanshaw, Henry, esq; and others</TD><TD> Bedell, Lady Alice</TD><TD> An order as to the plaintiffs' bill.</TD><TD> [215]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 171v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Farrington, George, gentleman</TD><TD> Rogers, Charles, gentleman; and Francis Kellett, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning an account of the profits of a place of one of the sworn clerks or attorneys in the office of remembrancer of the first fruits and tenths. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [216]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 194r</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 31</TD><TD> Fawcett, Robert, clerk</TD><TD> Tennants, John; Robert Priest; and Robert Hogan</TD><TD> Concerning small tithes in Roughton</TD><TD> [217]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 52r</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Field, William</TD><TD> Clarke, John; Henry Bold, clerk; and Thomas Coleborne, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning the restitution of certain money received by the defendatns or one of them from the plaintiff by virtue of a decree of this court and as to a contempt prosecuted against the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [218]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 3r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, May 2</TD><TD> Fincham, Simeon, esq</TD><TD> East India Company</TD><TD> An interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [219]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 1r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Fincham, Simeon, esq</TD><TD> Governor and Society of Merchants trading to the East Indies</TD><TD>Concerning an adventure of £500 put into the East India Company's stock by Thomas Pride deceased and assigned to the plaintiff. An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [220]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 5r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Fincham, Simeon, esq</TD><TD> Governor and Society of Merchants trading to the East Indies</TD><TD> Concerning an adventure of £hants trading to the East Indies</TD><TD> [221]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 401r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Fleetwood, Mariana, daughter of Sir William Fleetwood knight deceased</TD><TD> Livesay, Adam; Edward Holker; John Harrison; and others</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as iimpropriator of the rectory of Blackborne. An order for a trial at law as to tithes in the township of Balderston in the parish of Blackeborne.</TD><TD> [222]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 322v</TD><TD> Cumber</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 16</TD><TD> Fletcher, Sir George, baronet</TD><TD> Hudson, John, deceased</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain lands etc called Bouther Becks within the rectory of Brigham. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [223]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 302r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 19</TD><TD> Foster, Joseph, clerk</TD><TD> Burgis, Thomas, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to the apportionment of the value of certain tithes etc in question.</TD><TD> [224]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Jan 27</TD><TD> Foster, Joseph, clerk</TD><TD> Burges, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to a decree for the plaintiff</TD><TD> [225]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299v</TD><TD></TD> <TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> Foster, Joseph, clerk</TD><TD> Burges, Thomas, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to referring an account to an auditor</TD><TD> [226]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 302v</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 19</TD><TD> Foster, Joseph, clerk, vicar of Bengoe</TD><TD> Burges, Thomas, gentleman; William Miles; Benjamin Jones, and Mary Pettit</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Bengoe</TD><TD> [227]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 121v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Foster, Walter, clerk</TD><TD> Chinn, Thomas</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain lands in Aller Moor according to a custom claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Aller.</TD><TD> [228]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 282v</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Foster, Walter, clerk, vicar of Bengoe</TD><TD> Burgis, Thomas, gentleman; William Mills; Benjamin Jones; and Mary Pettitt</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Bengoe</TD><TD> [229]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 3v</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1664, May 21</TD><TD> Francklin, John, clerk</TD><TD> Winden, John; Thomas Merriott; Ann Gudge; and Elizabeth Gibbons</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Swarraton. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [230]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 421r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1669, May 10</TD><TD> Franklin, Thomas</TD><TD> Atloe, John</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as farmer of the parsonage of Acton.</TD><TD> [231]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376r</TD><TD> Carmarthen</TD><TD> 1668, Oct 26</TD><TD> Gauden, Sir Dennis, knight</TD><TD> Gilbert, Anne, widow, executrix of William Gilbert; and others. Bill of Revivor.</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain lands in Westmarsh in the parish of Longhorne.</TD><TD> [232]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 380v</TD><TD> Carmarthen</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Gauden, Sir Dennis, knight</TD><TD> Gilbert, William, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain lands in Westmarsh in the parish Llangham</TD><TD> [233]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 328v</TD><TD> Carmarthen</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 27</TD><TD> Gawden, Sir Dennes, knight</TD><TD> Gilbert, Anne, widow</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of certain lands in Westmarsh in the parish of Longhorne. An order as to trial at law.</TD><TD> [234]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 282v</TD><TD> Derbs</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 11</TD><TD> Gell, John, esq</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Lichfield; John Shalcrosse, esq; Robert Bagshawe; Nicholas Bagshawe; George Bagshawe; and Robert Holgate</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of Fairefield Pasture alias Green Fairefield in the village of Fairfield in the parish of Hope</TD><TD> [235]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 313r</TD><TD> Derbs</TD><TD> 1668, Jan 27</TD><TD> Gell, John, esq</TD><TD> Dean and Chapter of Lichfield; John Shalcrosse, esq; Robert Bagshawe; Nicholas Bagshawe; George Bagshawe; and Robert Holgate</TD><TD> Concerning tithes of Fairefield Pasture alias Green Fairefield in the village of Fairfield in the parish of Hope</TD><TD> [236]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 285v</TD><TD> Cumber</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 25</TD><TD> George, bishop of Chester</TD><TD> Wibergh, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a rent issuing out of the manor and cell of St Bees</TD><TD> [237]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 301v</TD><TD> Cumber</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> George, bishop of Chester</TD><TD> Wibergh, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a rent issuing out of the manor and cell of St Bees</TD><TD> [238]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 414v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Gerard, Gilbert, esq</TD><TD> Barrowe, Lawrence</TD><TD> Concerning the estate of Elizabeth the plaintiff's late wife and formerly the wife of James Brikdale.</TD><TD> [239]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 152v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Oct 25</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Richard, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing cause</TD><TD> [240]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 46r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 17</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Roger, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a redemption of certain mortgaged lands in Wigan and elsewhere in Lancashire. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [241]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 194r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 7</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Roger, esq</TD><TD> An order as to an auditor's report etc.</TD><TD> [242]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 24</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Roger, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [243]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 282r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 31</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Roger, esq</TD><TD> An order as to an auditor's certificate</TD><TD> [244]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 153v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Gerrard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Stoughton, Roger, esq</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account. The hall and demesnes of Ince Mill and Kill were involved and the tithes of Ince.</TD><TD> [245]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 346v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> Gill, Nathaniel, clerk, vicar of Aylsham</TD><TD> Thomason, Robert, clerk; Thomas Bradford, clerk; and Thomas Smith, gentleman, executors of John Philipes, clerk, deceased</TD><TD> Concerning dilapidations at the death of John Philipes late incumbent of Aylsham</TD><TD> [246]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 251v</TD><TD> Corn</TD><TD> 1667, June 13</TD><TD> Godolphin, ___, esq</TD><TD> Tucke, Roger; and James Praed, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a bakehouse erected near the town of Penzance in Chiandower within the manor of Trethogga Vean and parish of Gulvall alleged by the plaintiff to be in prejudice of his mills called Tolcarne Mills</TD><TD> [247]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 282v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 14</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Coleman, Edward, esq, & Mary his wife; Dawes Wymondsold</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [248]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 7</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq (and cross suit)</TD><TD> Coleman, Edward, esq, & Mary his wife</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause etc and as to hearing a cross suit</TD><TD> [249]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 251v</TD><TD> London/Essex</TD><TD> 1667, July 2</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq (and cross suit)</TD><TD> Wymondsold, William, esq deceased; and Mary Orme spinster: revived v. Dawes Wymondsold; and Edward Coleman esq now husband of the said Mary</TD><TD> An order as to an auditor's certificate</TD><TD> [250]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 254v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, June 13</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq (and cross suit)</TD><TD> Wymondsold, William, esq deceased; and Mary Orme spinster: revived v. Dawes Wymondsold; and Edward Coleman esq now husband of the said Mary</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account. Lands in Goldhanger and Sewsterne, Essex, are mentioned. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [251]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 252r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, June 20</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq (and cross suit)</TD><TD> Wymondsold, William, esq deceased; and Mary Orme spinster: revived v. Dawes Wymondsold; and Edward Coleman esq now husband of the said Mary</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account. Lands in Goldhanger and Sewsterne, Essex, are mentioned.</TD><TD> [252]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 301r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Gondrey, Thomas, esq, one of the attorneys in the office of treasurer's remembrancer in this court</TD><TD> Wymondsold, William, esq deceased; and Mary Orme spinster: revived v. Dawes Wymondsold; and Edward Coleman esq now husband of the said Mary</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account. Lands in Wewardston and Goldshanger are mentioned.</TD><TD> [253]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 294r</TD><TD> London/Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Dec 4</TD><TD> Gondry, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Coleman, Edward, esq, & Mary his wife; and others</TD><TD> An order that the account between the parties be referred back to an auditor.</TD><TD> [254]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 148r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Goodere, Mary, widow and administrator of Edmund Meese Goodere her late husband deceased and administratrix de bonis non of Edmond Goodere deceased father of the said Edmund Meese Goodere; and Thomas Goodere, son and heir of the said Edmond Meese Goodere</TD><TD> Huxley, James, esq; and Thomas Huxley, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the manor and farm of Dornford involved in certain money transactions</TD><TD> [255]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 38r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1664, Oct 31</TD><TD> Gore, Anne, spinster</TD><TD> Gore, William, executor of William Gore deceased father of the said William and Anne</TD><TD> Concerning a legacy.</TD><TD> [256]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 96v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, June 1</TD><TD> Graham, Ranald, esq</TD><TD> Friend, Thomas; William Stevens; Edward Still; Richard Still; John Everest; Richard Jennitt; and John Streetefield</TD><TD> Concerning lands in Lewsham and Cowden held of the manor of Lewsham</TD><TD> [257]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 62v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Grant, William, clerk</TD><TD> Ball, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to a decree for the plaintiff for the tithes in question.</TD><TD> [258]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 75r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 20</TD><TD> Grant, William, clerk</TD><TD> Ball, Richard, the elder</TD><TD> An order as to an auditor's certificate concerning the tithes in question.</TD><TD> [259]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 1r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, May 2</TD><TD> Grant, William, clerk, vicar of Isleworth</TD><TD> Ball, Richard, the elder</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes of nurseries and other small tithes in Isleworth. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [260]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 56v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 14</TD><TD> Grant, William, clerk, vicar of Istleworth</TD><TD> Ball, Richard</TD><TD> Concerning certain small tithes in Istleworth</TD><TD> [261]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 56r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 14</TD><TD> Grant, William, clerk, vicar of Istleworth</TD><TD> Hedding, Timothy</TD><TD> Concerning certain small tithes in Istleworth</TD><TD> [262]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 1</TD><TD> Graunt, William, clerk, vicar of Isleworth</TD><TD> Ball, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to witnesses</TD><TD> [263]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 92r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 8</TD><TD> Graunt, William, clerk, vicar of Isleworth</TD><TD> Ball, Richard, the elder</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Istleworth</TD><TD> [264]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 3r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, May 2</TD><TD> Graunt, William, clerk, vicar of Isleworth</TD><TD> Hedding, Timothy</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes of nurseries and other small tithes in Isleworth. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [265]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 91v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 8</TD><TD> Graunt, William, clerk, vicar of Isleworth</TD><TD> Hedding, Timothy</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes is Istleworth</TD><TD> [266]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 104v</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1665, May 10</TD><TD> Greene, Samuel, clerk</TD><TD> Garneis, John; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the defendants</TD><TD> [267]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 105r</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Greene, Samuel, clerk</TD><TD> Garnish, John; Thomas Moyse; Robert Culllington; and Samuel Salmon</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the defendants</TD><TD> [268]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 215v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, May 6</TD><TD> Greene, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage called Greenes tenement in the manor of Garstang.</TD><TD> [269]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 1</TD><TD> Griffiths, Petter, gentleman (entered with Bushby v. AG</TD><TD> White, John</TD><TD> An order as to certain accounts</TD><TD> [270]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 247r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, June 29</TD><TD> Griggs, Charles</TD><TD> Beane, Humfry, esq; Thomas Calverd; and John Wilson</TD><TD> Concerning two bonds for payment of a certain sum in lieu of the excise of beer and ale by the plaintiff</TD><TD> [271]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 414v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Groyne, William, esq</TD><TD> Creed, May, widow; Ann Johnson, widow; and others</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [272]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 62v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Gtant, William, clerk</TD><TD> Hedding, Timothy</TD><TD> An order as to a decree for the plaintiff for the tithes in question.</TD><TD> [273]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 399r</TD><TD> Brecon</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Habbery, Richard, clerk</TD><TD> Meredith, Evan</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Llavilloe</TD><TD> [274]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 77v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Hale, Tindall, son and heir of Richard Hale, an infant by Richard Thompson his guardian</TD><TD> Courtier, Richard</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of a certain messuage etc in Kingston held of the manor of Caunbury alias Cannonbury</TD><TD> [275]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 103v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1665, May 10</TD><TD> Hale, Tindall, son and heir of Richard Hale, an infant by Richard Thompson his guardian</TD><TD> Courtier, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to costs and as to hearing the cause etc</TD><TD> [276]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 98v</TD><TD> Norf/Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> Hamond, John; and Thomas Cannon, executors of Robert Cannon deceased</TD><TD> Wimberley, John, & Susan his wife, late the relict of the said Robert</TD><TD> Concerning the personal estate of Robert Cannon deceased</TD><TD> [277]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 125v</TD><TD> Norf/Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, May 21</TD><TD> Hamond, John; and Thomas Cannon, executors of Robert Cannon deceased</TD><TD> Wimberley, John, & Susan his wife, late the relict of the said Robert</TD><TD> Concerning the personal estate of Robert Cannon deceased</TD><TD> [278]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 252v</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1667, June 17</TD><TD> Harcourt, Vere, prebendary of the prebend of Great Corringham, doctor in divinity</TD><TD> Midwinter, Edward; Thomas Codd; William Procter; Thomas West; Thomas Hill; and Robert Hill</TD><TD> Concerning rents claimed by the plaintiff from the defendants as tenants of the manor of Corringham. Dismissal of the cause.</TD><TD> [279]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 71r</TD><TD> Notts</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Harpham, William, gentleman, one of the sworn clerks in the office of his Majesty's Remembrancer of this court, & Barbara his wife, sole executrix of John Albery late of Fetter Lane in the parish of St Dunstons in the West, London, gentleman, deceased</TD><TD> Hansby, Raphe, esq, son and heir of Sir Raphe Hansby knight deceased; Dame Elizabeth Hansby, widow and relict of the said Sir Raphe Hansby; Christopher Alured of Martin alias Marton in Nottinghamshire; and Robert Saunderson, great grandchild and heir of William Saunderson deceased. </TD><TD> Concerning debt charged upon the manor of Martin and divers lands etc in Martin and Westerfield.</TD><TD> [280]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61r</TD><TD> Carmarthen</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Harris, John, esq</TD><TD> Attorney General; Owen Owens; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [281]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 419v</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Harrison, Mary</TD><TD> Harrison, Ralph</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account.</TD><TD> [282]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 409r</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Harrison, Mary, widow</TD><TD> Harrison, Ralph</TD><TD> Concerning certain money held by the defendant in trust for the plaintiff</TD><TD> [283]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 59v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Harrison, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Carus, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the repair of a certain weir on the River Loyne, part of which ought to be kept in repair by the plaintiff as owner of the manor of Beamond and the Beamond Fishing in the said river, and part by the defendant as owner of Skerton Mill. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [284]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 119v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Harrison, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Carus, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the repair of a certain weir on the River Loyne, part of which ought to be kept in repair by the plaintiff as owner of the manor of Beamond and the Beamond Fishing in the said river, and part by the defendant as owner of Skerton Mill.</TD><TD> [285]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281r</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 24</TD><TD> Harvey, Sir Daniel, knight</TD><TD> Hackett, Thomas, & Elizabeth his wife; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [286]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 74v</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 27</TD><TD> Hastings, Joane, widow</TD><TD> Goldwyer, Edward; William Bursey; Thomas Lane; and William Spelt</TD><TD> Concerning certain small tithes of the rectory of Milton parcel of the late dissolved priory of Christ Church, Twineham</TD><TD> [287]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 213r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1667, May 9</TD><TD> Haydon, Gideon, esq; and others</TD><TD> Ledgingham, Warwick, esq</TD><TD> Concerning the customs of the manor of Ottery St Mary</TD><TD> [288]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 5v</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Hayes, John, clerk, vicar of Nether Wallopp</TD><TD> Coxe, John</TD><TD> Concerning tithe of lambs in Nether Wallopp</TD><TD> [289]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 327v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 20</TD><TD> Henchman, Richard, doctor of divinity</TD><TD> Pelling, Walter; and Charles Culloone</TD><TD> Concerning certain rates payable to the plaintiff as vicar of Chigwell in lieu of small tithes</TD><TD> [290]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 416r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1669, May 13</TD><TD> Henry, earl of St Albans; Robert Long, baronet</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); Sir John Dawes, baronet; John Dawes, esq; William Wymondsold, esq; and Richard Hackett, gentleman </TD><TD> Concerning a bond entered into in order to recover certain insurance of a cargo of pins through the exchequer as a crown debt.</TD><TD> [291]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 90r</TD><TD> Yorks/Notts</TD><TD> 1665, June 5</TD><TD> Henry, lord marquis of Dorchester; Henry, earl of Peterborough; Henry, lord Herbert of Ragland; Dame Mary Armyne; William Perpoint, esq; Sir George Savill baronet; and Sir Robert Stapleton, knith</TD><TD> John, earl of Clare; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the apportionment of a rent payable to the Crown charged upon the rectories of East Markham, Little Markham, Lowdham, and Wheateley.</TD><TD> [292]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 420r</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Herbert, Jeffrey</TD><TD> Bacon, Thomas, esq; and George Burton gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain copyhold tenements in the manor of Alderton Hall house in Alderton and Alderton Comitis, Milton, and Hollesley</TD><TD> [293]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 78v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 24</TD><TD> Hewes, Charles, esq</TD><TD> Kirby, Grace; William Bazill; and William King</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [294]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 78v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Hewes, Charles, esq</TD><TD> Kirby, Grace; William Bazill; and William King</TD><TD> Concerning a parcel of wood or wood ground in Hampstead, parcel of Northwood.</TD><TD> [295]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 217v</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1667, May 21</TD><TD> Heydon, Gideon, esq; and 32 other customary tenants within the manor of Ottery St Mary</TD><TD> Ledginham, Warwick, esq</TD><TD> Concerning customs of the manor of Ottery St Mary. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [296]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 354v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> Hichinson, Richard, gentleman</TD><TD> Sweeting, Christian, widow; and Giles Sweeting</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account as to the rents and profits of the manor of Bicknaller in which the plaintiff became interested upon a sale made by the pretended trustees for sale of Dean and Chapter's lands, the said manor being parcel of the possessions of the Dean and Chapter of Wells.</TD><TD> [297]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376v</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 9</TD><TD> Hill, Elizabeth, widow</TD><TD> Gregory, John, esq; and Thomas Gregory, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [298]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 409v</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 8</TD><TD> Hill, Elizabeth, widow</TD><TD> Gregory, John, esq; and Thomas Gregory, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning a certain rent issuing out of the defendant's lands in Affordby. An order as to dismissing the cause to law.</TD><TD> [299]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 74v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 20</TD><TD> Hillersden, Elizabeth, widow</TD><TD> Pennington, John, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to a payment in satisfaction of an accompt</TD><TD> [300]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 48v</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 10</TD><TD> Hodges, Moses, clerk</TD><TD> Messinger, John; Richard Messinger; and Bryan Payne</TD><TD> Concerning small tithes due to the plaintiff as rector of Isham.</TD><TD> [301]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 299v</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 3</TD><TD> Hodgson, Robert</TD><TD> Wilsham, Ralph</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [302]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 293v</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Hodgson, Robert</TD><TD> Wilshawe, Ralph</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Uttoxeter. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [303]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 310r</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 19</TD><TD> Hodgson, Robert</TD><TD> Wilshawe, Ralph</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Uttoxeter.</TD><TD> [304]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 320r</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 19</TD><TD> Hodgson, Robert</TD><TD> Wilshawe, Ralph</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Uttoxeter</TD><TD> [305]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 77v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 24</TD><TD> Honywood, Sir Edward, baronet</TD><TD> Hamon, Stephen, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to payment of certain money by the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [306]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 291r</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 7</TD><TD> Hopton, Thomas, gentleman, an infant, by Thomas Peck gentleman his guardian</TD><TD> Hopton, William; Thomas Came; Sir Edward Just baronet; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage in Berkely and divers grounds etc</TD><TD> [307]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 281v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 31</TD><TD> Hopton, Thomas, gentleman, an infant, by Thomas Peck gentleman his guardian</TD><TD> Hopton, William; Thomas Came; Sir Edward Just baronet; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a case to be agreed upon</TD><TD> [308]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 284v</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Horde, Thomas, esq; George Greenewood, esq</TD><TD> Wanley, Andrew, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Bourton on the Water</TD><TD> [309]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Horne, Anne, widow; and Thomas Floyd</TD><TD> Christian, Anne</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [310]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 192v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 24</TD><TD> Hugesson, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Bunce, Sir James, knight and baronet</TD><TD> Concerning a settlement to be made on the marriage of James Bunce second son of the defendant with Dorothy Hugesson daughter of the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [311]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 126av</TD><TD> Warw</TD><TD> 1665. May 10</TD><TD> Hunt, Richard, clerk, vicar of Bishops Ichington</TD><TD> Nix alias Nicholls, John</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Bishops Ichington</TD><TD> [312]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 330r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 27</TD><TD> Hutchinson, Richard, gentleman</TD><TD> Sweeting, Christian, widow; and Giles Sweeting</TD><TD> Concerning the profits of the manor of Bichnall parcel of the possessions of the Dean and Chapter of Wells in which the plaintiff became interested upon a sale made by the pretended trustees for sale of Dean and Chapter's lands.</TD><TD> [313]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 149v</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Huxley, James, esq</TD><TD> Goodere, Mary, widow; Sir William Turner knight, doctor of laws; Peter Langstone; and Samuel Whyle, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning the manor and lands of Dornford involved in certain money transactions</TD><TD> [314]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 154r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 19</TD><TD> Huxley, James, esq</TD><TD> Goodyer, Mary, widow; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the manor and farm of Dornford involved in certain money transactions</TD><TD> [315]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 105r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Ingleby, Sir William, knight</TD><TD> Wyvell, Robert, esq; and John Ullythorne</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Sleningford claimed by plaintiff as proprietor of the prebend of Studley</TD><TD> [316]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61v</TD><TD> London/Suff</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 9</TD><TD> James, duke of York</TD><TD> Blewitt, Joseph; and John Swift</TD><TD> Concerning a debt due from the defendants to Robert Titchborne late alderman of London attainted of high treason.</TD><TD> [317]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 99r</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> James, duke of York</TD><TD> Hudson, Sir Henry, baronet</TD><TD> Concerning certain money borrowed by the defendant of Thomas Wayte attainted of treason. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [318]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 404r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 8</TD><TD> James, duke of York</TD><TD> Rackett, Charles; and Edmond Lewyn</TD><TD> Concerning a debt due from the defendants to one Robert Tichborne who was attained and whose personal estate was granted by the King to the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [319]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 2v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> James, duke of York</TD><TD> Wood, Mary, widow</TD><TD> An interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [320]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61r</TD><TD> London/Suff</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 9</TD><TD> James, duke of York, etc</TD><TD> Blewitt, Joseph</TD><TD> Concerning a debt due from the defendant to Robert Tichborne late attainted of high treason upon a certain bond.</TD><TD> [321]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61v</TD><TD> Norf/Suff/ Bucks</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 4</TD><TD> James, duke of York; John, lord Berkley; and others</TD><TD> Pennington, John, esq, executor of Sir John Pennington knight deceased</TD><TD> Concerning a recognizance entered into by Isacke Pennington, esq, late attinted of high treason unto Sir John Pennington knight, and as to the profits of divers lands etc in Norfolk, Suffolk and Buckinghamshire, which had been extended upon the said recognizance.</TD><TD> [322]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 47v</TD><TD> Norf/Suff/ Bucks</TD><TD> 1664, Dec 3</TD><TD> James, duke of York; John, lord Berkley; and others, his Highness's trustees</TD><TD> Pennington, John, esq, executor of Sir John Pennington knight deceased</TD><TD> Concerning a recognizance acknowledged by Isaac Pennington late attainted of high treasson unto Sir John Pennington knight and as to an account of the profits of devers lands etc in Norfolk, Suffolk, and Buckinghamshire, which have been extended upon the said recognizance.</TD><TD> [323]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 347r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> James, Henry</TD><TD> Miles, John; William Rafe; Frances Alford; and Henry Gridland</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Crocombe</TD><TD> [324]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 10</TD><TD> James, Henry, clerk</TD><TD> Myles, John; William Rafe; Francis Alford; and Henry Cridland</TD><TD> Concerning a mode of tithing in Crocombe. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [325]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 58r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Jennings, Sir Edmund, knight</TD><TD> Atkinson, Henry, esq; William Battie; Mathew Beacham; Stephen Brathwaite; and John Brathwaite</TD><TD> Concerning certain treasurer tithes arising from the demesne lands of the archbishop of York in Ripon. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [326]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 247r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, June 10</TD><TD> Jennings, William</TD><TD> Thomas, Symon</TD><TD> An order as to an auditor's certificate etc.</TD><TD> [327]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 223ar</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, May 22</TD><TD> Jennings, William</TD><TD> Thomas, Symon</TD><TD> An order as to certain accounts</TD><TD> [328]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 249v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, June 17</TD><TD> Jennings, William, merchant</TD><TD> Thomas, Simon, merchant</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account</TD><TD> [329]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 283v</TD><TD> Radnor</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 11</TD><TD> Jones, Griffith, esq</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); John Walcott, esq; Francis Richards, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiff as a surety for the payment of certain money into the exchequer.</TD><TD> [330]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 352v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1668, June 1</TD><TD> Joyce, John</TD><TD> Master Wardens, and Commonalty of Clothworkers; Arthur Hill; and Philip Chestwynd</TD><TD> Concerning an assessment upon the plaintiffs as a warden of the clothworkers of London and as to a mulct.</TD><TD> [331]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 224v</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1667, May 6</TD><TD> Kent, Richard, farmer of the appropriate tithes of Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere</TD><TD> Webb, Edward, clerk, vicar of Kingscleere; and Robert Lash farmer of Sydmontayne</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Itchenswell and Symontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere. An order as to a commission.</TD><TD> [332]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 409v</TD><TD> Hants</TD><TD> 1669, Jan 28</TD><TD> Kent, Richard, farmer of the appropriate tithes of Itchenswell and Sydmontayne hamlets within the parish of Kingscleere</TD><TD> Webb, Edward, clerk, vicar of Kingscleere; and Robert Luch farmer of Sydmontayne</TD><TD> Concerning tithes and other duties in Kingscleere. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [333]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 217r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1667, May 6</TD><TD> Lee, Richard; and Edmund Hone</TD><TD> Zouch, James, esq; and Thomas Harward</TD><TD> Concerning a rent issuing out of the manor of Woking payable to the sheriff for the King's use, which ought to be paid by the lords of the said manor and not by any tenants in the tithing of Mayford or holding lands of the said manor.</TD><TD> [334]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 2v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1664, May 5</TD><TD> Lightfoote, Richard, clerk</TD><TD> Symons, John</TD><TD> An order as to the defendant's answer and as to costs</TD><TD> [335]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 243r</TD><TD> Montgomery</TD><TD> 1667, June 20</TD><TD> Lloyd, Robert</TD><TD> Ellisse, Robert</TD><TD>Concerning a bill for £200. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [336]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 78r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 24</TD><TD> Louther, Anthony</TD><TD> Currer, Hugh; John Currer; and others</TD><TD> Concerning arrears of rent and part of the purchase money for the tithes of the rectory of Gargrave.</TD><TD> [337]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 105v</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, May 21</TD><TD> Lowther, Edward on behalf of himself and all other the customary tenants of the barony of Barton</TD><TD> Thomas, lord Dacre an infant by Thomas Leonard esq and Sir Robert Barneham knight and baronet his guardians; the said Thomas Leonard; and Sir Robert Barnham</TD><TD> Concerning fines and customs in the barony of Barton. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [338]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 171v</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 15</TD><TD> Lowther, Edward on behalf of himself and all other the customary tenants of the barony of Barton</TD><TD> Thomas, lord Dacre an infant by Thomas Leonard esq and Sir Robert Barneham knight and baronet his guardians; the said Thomas Leonard; and Sir Robert Barnham</TD><TD> An order that the defendants' counsel elect whether they will agree to a new trial paying full costs etc or submit to a decree according to a verdict already had.</TD><TD> [339]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 155v</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 22</TD><TD> Lowther, Edward on behalf of himself and all other the customary tenants of the barony of Barton</TD><TD> Thomas, lord Dacre an infant by Thomas Leonard esq and Sir Robert Barneham knight and baronet his guardians; the said Thomas Leonard; and Sir Robert Barnham</TD><TD> Concerning customs and fines in the barony of Barton</TD><TD> [340]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 153r</TD><TD> Westmor</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Lowther, Edward on behalf of himself and all other the customary tenants of the barony of Barton</TD><TD> Thomas, lord Dacre an infant by Thomas Leonard esq and Sir Robert Barneham knight and baronet his guardians; the said Thomas Leonard; and Sir Robert Barnham</TD><TD> An order as to a new trial at law concerning a custom in the barony of Barton</TD><TD> [341]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 37v</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 13</TD><TD> Lucas, John, clerk, administrator of John Lucas, gentleman, deceased; Walter Knight; and James Anderton, clerk, executors of Jehosophat Lucas deceased</TD><TD> Browne, Alexander, & Frances his wife, administratrix of Richard King her husband deceased; and Alexander Staples</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to a messuage and lands in Hippenscombe.</TD><TD> [342]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 41r</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1664, Dec 3</TD><TD> Lucas, John, clerk; and others</TD><TD> Browne, Alexander; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage and lands in Hippenscombe</TD><TD> [343]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 1v</TD><TD> Wilts</TD><TD> 1664, May 9</TD><TD> Lucas, John, clerk; Walter Knight; and James Anderton, clerk</TD><TD> Browne, Alexander; and John Vincent</TD><TD> An interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [344]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 402r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Lucy, Francis, esq, executor of Sir Richard Lucy, knight and baronet deceased</TD><TD> Farnham, Sir Clement, knight; and James Thatcher</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Broxborne and Cheshunt and other real and personal estate of Sir Richard Lucy knight and baronet deceased.</TD><TD> [345]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 323r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 23</TD><TD> Lumbard, Thomas; Thomas Townsend; John Easton, the churchwardens and overseers of the Poor of the parish of Combe St Nicholas; and others</TD><TD> Attorney General; Henry Bouncer the elder and the younger; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands in the late Forest of Rock</TD><TD> [346]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 127bv</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, July 5</TD><TD> Mackworth, Humrey, esq, late farmer of the duties of excise and new impost upon beer, ale, cider,perry, and mead or metheglin in Lancashire; and Hugh Piers; and William Gilbert, two of the securities for the said late farmer</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Rolls of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, and mead or metheglin in Lancashire</TD><TD> [347]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 155r</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 22</TD><TD> Mathew, bishop of Ely</TD><TD> Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Clare Hall, Cambridge</TD><TD> Concerning an estate claimed by the defendants in the lands belonging to the hospital of St John within the deanery of Ely for a supposed tenth unpaid for 25 years.</TD><TD> [348]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 154v</TD><TD> Cambs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Mathew, bishop of Ely</TD><TD> Master, Fellows, and Scholars of Clare Hall, Cambridge</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [349]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 219r</TD><TD> York City</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 25</TD><TD> Mayor and Commonalty of the City of York</TD><TD> Squire, Timothy; and George Gleadston</TD><TD> Concerning a farm rent payable to the Crown and a rent payable to the Lord Fairfax baron of Cameroon by the Corporation of York, which rents ought tohave been discharged by the defendants as late sheriffs of the City of York</TD><TD> [350]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 187r</TD><TD> York City</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 31</TD><TD> Mayor and Commonalty of the City of York</TD><TD> Squire, Timothy; and George Gleadston</TD><TD> Concerning a farm rent payable to the Crown and a rent payable to the Lord Fairfax baron of Cameroon by the Corporation of York, which rents ought tohave been discharged by the defendants as late sheriffs of the City of York</TD><TD> [351]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 322v</TD><TD> Sussex</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Meade, Thomas, clerk</TD><TD> Bucher, Richard</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Rudgweek</TD><TD> [352]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 351r</TD><TD> Dorset</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Mercer, Franceis, clerk</TD><TD> Brone, George, esq</TD><TD> Concerning an agreement as to payment of rent of the glebe lands and tithes belonging to the rectory of Godmanston. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [353]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 76v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Meynell, Francis, esq, alderman of London; and John Meynell</TD><TD> Bancks, Calib</TD><TD> Concerning the equity of redemption of certain messuaes and of the advowson of the church of Warden and of certain land held of the Hospital of St Katherine near the Tower of London situate in the Isle of Shepey.</TD><TD> [354]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 57r</TD><TD> Sussex</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 26</TD><TD> Middleton, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Shelley, Sir Charles, knight; and William Jenner</TD><TD> Concerning certain debts charged upon the capital mansion house of Sullington with the lands, mills, and appurtenances thereto belonging and the manor or farm of Mendham alias Mentham.</TD><TD> [355]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 158r</TD><TD> Sussex</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 12</TD><TD> Middleton, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Shelley, Sir Charles, knight; and William Jenner</TD><TD> Concerning the manor and farm of Sullington and the manor and farm of Mundham alias Montham involved in certain money tranactions. The manor of Findon also is mentioned.</TD><TD> [356]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 106v</TD><TD> Sussex</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Middleton, Thomas, gentleman, assignee of Thomas Middleton administrator of John Middleton</TD><TD> Shelley, Sir Charles, knight, son and heir of Sir William and grandson and heir of Sir John Shelley; and Henry Hilton</TD><TD> An order as to precedents and as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [357]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 397r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Milford, Mathew</TD><TD> Compleshon, William; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Holgate near the City of York</TD><TD> [358]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 321v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 23</TD><TD> Monke, Richard, gentleman</TD><TD> Rustac, Toby, esq</TD><TD> An order as to referring the cause to the Solicitor General</TD><TD> [359]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 126av</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, May 21</TD><TD> Morehan, David, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Lepine, John; and Edward Hirst, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [360]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 135av</TD><TD> Kent/Canterbury City/ Sussex</TD><TD> 1665, July 5</TD><TD> Morice, Thomas, esq; and William Dodson, gentleman, late farmers of the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider and metheglin in Kent and Sussex and the City of Canterbury and the county of the said City; Robert Burgh, upholster, one of the securities of the said late farmers; Thomas Bowles, gentleman, & Mary his wife, administratrix of Henry Kem, vintner, her late husband deceased, another of the securities for the said late farmers; and John Sibley of Westminster, scrivener, another of the securities of the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Rolls of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, and metheglin in Kent, Sussex, and the City of Canterbury and the county of the same City.</TD><TD> [361]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 212v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 25</TD><TD> Noell, Sir Martin, knight; Thomas Noell, esq; and George Robinson merchant, executors of Sir Martin Noell knight deceased</TD><TD> Hanslopp, William</TD><TD> Concerning a debt. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [362]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 132br</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1665, June 28</TD><TD> Norden, John, gentleman, & Mary his wife</TD><TD> Norton, Sir Henry, baronet; Sir John Norton; William Short; and others</TD><TD> Concerning an annuity charged upon the impropriate rectory and church of Stokenham</TD><TD> [363]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 353r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1668, June 8</TD><TD> Northey, William, esq; and Walter Boothbie, esq</TD><TD> East India Company; and Sir William Bateman, knight</TD><TD> Concerning certain East India Stock assigned to the plaintiffs in part satisfaction of certain debts due to them from the defendant Sir William Bateman.</TD><TD> [364]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 326v</TD><TD> Herefs</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 20</TD><TD> Nowrese, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Potter, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [365]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133ar</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1665, July 2</TD><TD> Orton, William; and Benjamin Billers</TD><TD> Ekins, Alexander</TD><TD> Concerning certain bonds and a matter of account as to certain money arising from the duties of excise in the town and county of Leicester.</TD><TD> [366]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 248v</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1667, June 10</TD><TD> Orton, William; and Benjamin Billers</TD><TD> Ekins, Alexander, esq</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account</TD><TD> [367]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 414r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Osbaldeston, Francis, clerk</TD><TD> Pratt, George, baronet; Robert Morse; John Morse; and Arthur Greene</TD><TD> Concerning tithes within the vicarage of Great Coxwell</TD><TD> [368]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 23v</TD><TD> Suff</TD><TD> 1664, July 2</TD><TD> Parker, Henry, esq, marshall of this court</TD><TD> Clarke, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain land called Sandhatsh and Eldrich Fields alleged by the plaintiff to be held of the manor of Oldhall in East Bergholt. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [369]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 80r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 25</TD><TD> Parkinson, John; and other tenants of Netherwyersdale</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard, baron of Gerards Bromeley; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a new trial at the bar of this court.</TD><TD> [370]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 39r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 24</TD><TD> Parkinson, John; and others, tenants of Nethersdayle</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard, of Gerards Bromley, and others</TD><TD> Concerning the estates of the tenants of the manor or lordship of Netherwyersdale. An order for a trial at Law as to a certain deed</TD><TD> [371]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 80r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Parkinson, John; and others, tenants of Netherwyersdayle</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard</TD><TD> An order as to costs and as to a new trial.</TD><TD> [372]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 94v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> Parkinson, John; and others, tenants of Netherwyersdayle</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard of Gerards Bromley; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the estate of the tenants of the manor of Netherwyersdale</TD><TD> [373]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 61r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Jan 26</TD><TD> Pawlin, William</TD><TD> Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, baronet</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [374]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 54r</TD><TD> London/Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Pawlyn, William</TD><TD> Whitchcott, Sir Jeremy, baronet</TD><TD> Concerning an agreement for payment of part of a debt due from Thomas Ashfield esq otherwise Sir Thomas Ashfield knight to the plaintiff, the said Ashfield having conveyed over his estate to the defendant for payment of his debts; and as to an acknowledgement supposed to be unduly obtained by the defendant from the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [375]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 378r</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Pecke, Simon, clerk, rector of Husband's Bosworth</TD><TD> Ward, Mathew</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Husband's Bosworth</TD><TD> [376]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 193v</TD><TD> Staffs</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 28</TD><TD> Perry, Anne; and Margaret Perry</TD><TD> Perry, John, their brother; Elianor Perry, widow and administratrix of Thomas Perry another brother of the plaintiffs</TD><TD> Concerning the estate of Thomas Perry deceased.</TD><TD> [377]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 369v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Petters, John, esq</TD><TD> Key, Isaack</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause, etc.</TD><TD> [378]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 384v</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Petters, John, esq</TD><TD> Key, Isaack, clerk; and Benedict Rushbrooke</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes of hops claimed by the plaintiff as impropriator of the rectory of Ging Margett alias Margaretting.</TD><TD> [379]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 11</TD><TD> Pettitt, Robert, clerk</TD><TD> Gooday, Samuel</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Brightllingsea. The cause is referred to arbitration.</TD><TD> [380]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1664, July 2</TD><TD> Phillipps, John, esq</TD><TD> Fenwicke, John; Dame Mary Rogers his wife; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain eyots and grounds and a weir, and the fishing in the Thames from near a place called Oldfield to Amersden Ash. An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [381]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 45v</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 15</TD><TD> Phillipps, John, esq</TD><TD> Fenwicke, John; Dame Mary Rogers his wife; and others</TD><TD> Concerning certain eyots and grounds and a weir, and the fishing in the Thames from near a place called Oldfield to Amersden Ash.</TD><TD> [382]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 62r</TD><TD> Northt</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 6</TD><TD> Pilkington, Thomas, merchant</TD><TD> Ashby, Stephen; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause. Etc.</TD><TD> [383]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186v</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 28</TD><TD> Place, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> Monson, Sir John, baronet and knight of the Bath</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause, etc.</TD><TD> [384]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 131bv</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, June 21</TD><TD> Place, William; William Baldwyn; and several others inhabitants and freeholders of Winterton on behalf of themselves and other inhabitants and freeholders of Winterton aforesaid</TD><TD> Monson, Sir John, baronet and knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Concerning damages alleged to have been sustained by the plaintiff by reason of the defendant and others undertaking the draining of the Level of Anckholme. The matter is referred to commissioners.</TD><TD> [385]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 222v</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 29</TD><TD> Place, William; William Baldwyn; and several others inhabitants and freeholders of Winterton on behalf of themselves and other inhabitants and freeholders of Winterton aforesaid</TD><TD> Monson, Sir John, baronet and knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Concerning damages alleged to have been sustained by the plaintiff by reason of the defendant and others undertaking the draining of the Level of Anckholme.</TD><TD> [386]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 135ar</TD><TD> London/Middx</TD><TD> 1665, June 21</TD><TD> Poole, Joseph, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Dudley, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning encumbrances upon several messuages in Scroopes Court in the parish of St Andrewes Holborne and in Islington. The matter is referred to the auditor of London and Middlesex.</TD><TD> [387]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 195v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 7</TD><TD> Poole, Joseph, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Dudley, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order for trials at law as to the purchase of several messuages etc in Scoopes Court in the parish of St Andrew Holborne and as to a purchase of certain messuages etc in Islington.</TD><TD> [388]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 249r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, July 2</TD><TD> Poole, Joseph, & Anne his wife</TD><TD> Dudley, William, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a case to be agreed upon</TD><TD> [389]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 7r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1664, Apr 28</TD><TD> Porey, Robert, doctor of divinity rectory of Lambeth</TD><TD> Scaldwell, John; and Foulke Bignall</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Lambeth</TD><TD> [390]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133br</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1665, July 2</TD><TD> Powell, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Powell, Samuel, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to drawing up a case</TD><TD> [391]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 253v</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1667, June 11</TD><TD> Powell, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Powell, Samuel, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> Concerning divers lands held of the manor of Bromfield and Yale. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [392]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 377r</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 12</TD><TD> Powell, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Powell, Samuel, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [393]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 435r</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1659, May 27</TD><TD> Powell, Thomas, gentleman, grandson and heir of Thmas Powell, gentleman, deceased</TD><TD> Powell, Samuel, gentleman; Robert Griffith; Rees ap John Griffith; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the inheritance of certain lands etc within the lordships and manors of Bromfield and Yale</TD><TD> [394]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 22r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1664, June 16</TD><TD> Prestland, Paule, clerk</TD><TD> Barrowes, Henry</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Market Deeping.</TD><TD> [395]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 37v</TD><TD> Carmarthen</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 21</TD><TD> Price, Owen, esq</TD><TD> Symonds, Roberty; and Johan Traunter, widow</TD><TD> An order as to contempts committed by the defendants</TD><TD> [396]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 192r</TD><TD> Corn</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 7</TD><TD> Prideaux, Humfry, esq</TD><TD> Buller, Sibill, widow</TD><TD> Concerning monies received by the defendant as reeve of the manor of Lanowe alias st Kewe</TD><TD> [397]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 58v</TD><TD> Montgomery/ Denbigh</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Pugh, John, esq</TD><TD> Mathewes, John, the elder; and John Mathewes the younger, esqs</TD><TD> Concerning the profits of the original seal and the praefines and postfines in Montgomery and Denbigh</TD><TD> [398]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 321r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, Jan 27</TD><TD> Raleigh, Nathaniel, & Katherine his wife sister and executrix of John England deceased</TD><TD> Mettyer, John; and Christopher Marsh, administrators of Mary Tapping widow deceased during the minority of Martha his daughter</TD><TD> Concerning a bond for payment of a yearly rent for a wine license to "The Signe of the Beare in the county of Berks." An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [399]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 320r</TD><TD> Berks</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 13</TD><TD> Rasleigh, Nathaniel, & Katherine his wife, sister and executrix of John England, vintner, deceased</TD><TD> Mettyer, John; and Christopher Marsh, administrators of Mary Tapping widow deceased during the minority of Martha his daughter</TD><TD> Concerning a bond for payment of a yearly rent for a wine license to "The Signe of the Beare in Wanting" (Wantage?)</TD><TD> [400]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 36r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1664, Oct 27</TD><TD> Rastall, Thomas; and James Man, merchants</TD><TD> Morgan Isaac, administrator of the goods of Thomas Morgan not administered by Anne Collins, and also administrator of the said Anne; Richard Adams; and Robert Havercampe.</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account arising out of a debt from Thomas Morgan deceased who was employed as Master of the ship "Dolphin" to the plaintiff Rastall who was interested as an owner in the said ship. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [401]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 131bv</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, June 28</TD><TD> Rastell, Thomas; and James Mann, merchants</TD><TD> Morgan Isaac</TD><TD> Concerning matters of account.</TD><TD> [402]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 38v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1664, Oct 31</TD><TD> Rawlinson, John, clerk</TD><TD> Scaldwell, John; and Foulke Bignall</TD><TD> An order as to payment by the defendants of certain sums of money for tithes due to the plaintiff.</TD><TD> [403]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 92r</TD><TD> Som/Glouc/ Gloucester City/ elsewhere</TD><TD> 1665, June 5</TD><TD> Risby, Esa, gentleman, late one of the farmers of the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, and metheglin within Somerset, Gloucestershire; and the Cities of Gloucester and Bristol and also within the town of Poole and county of the same towns and Dorset and Lincolnshire and the City of Lincoln and the county of the same city and the Isle of Ely in Cambridgeshire; John Holme, gentleman, & Elizabeth his wife, executrix of Robert Williams deceased late also one of the farmers of Dorset and the excise aforesaid in the counties, cities, isle, towns and places aforesaid, and also administratrix of James Naylor innholder deceased, one of the securities of the said late farmers; Edward Lolle the elder, woodmonger; George Dashwood, gentleman; Valentine Knight, gentleman; and Robert Chapman, woodmonger, four other of the securities of the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Roll of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, cider, mead, and metheglin in Gloucestershire, Somerset, Dorset, Lincolnshire, the Isle of Ely, the cities of Gloucester, Bristol, and Lincoln, the town of Poole, and the counties of the said cities and town.</TD><TD> [404]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 377r</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1668, Oct 26</TD><TD> Roberts, Roger</TD><TD> Wathinge, Jeremy</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Hempnall. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [405]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 351r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Jne 16</TD><TD> Rochell, Martha, widow</TD><TD> Lake, James</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage etc in Uxbridge</TD><TD> [406]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 352v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Rogers, Henry, clerk</TD><TD> Lee, Henry; and Mathew Lee</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [407]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 369r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Rogers, Robert, clerk</TD><TD> Waynwright, John, doctor of the law</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [408]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 38r</TD><TD> Glouc</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 7</TD><TD> Rogers, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Hawkesworth, Joseph, gentleman, adminsitrator of the goods of Ann Robins not adminstered by John Hanbury gentleman her executor deceased during the minority of Anne Maria Hanbury daughter of the said John by the daughter of the said Joseph</TD><TD> Concerning a bond wherein the plaintiff was surety for one Charles Norwood.</TD><TD> [409]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 2v</TD><TD> Corn</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Rous, John, clerk</TD><TD> Opie, Edward, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning tithe wood and offerings claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Helland. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [410]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 382r</TD><TD> Devon</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 26</TD><TD> Rouse, Isaake, clerk</TD><TD> Barry, Tristram; Constantine Bate; and John Bate</TD><TD> Concerning tithes claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of North Hether. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [411]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 329v</TD><TD> Monmouth</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 9</TD><TD> Rumsey, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Morgan Edmond, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiff being undersheriff to the defendant for performance of articles.</TD><TD> [412]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 251r</TD><TD> Monmouth</TD><TD> 1667, June 7</TD><TD> Rumsey, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Morgan, Edmund, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a bond for performance of certain articles. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [413]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 247v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, July 2</TD><TD> Rushworth, John; and others (entered with Currer v. Rushworth)</TD><TD> Anne, countess dowager of Pembroke, Dorset, and Montgomery; and Hugh Currer</TD><TD> Concerning suit of mill by the tenants etc of the manor etc of Silsden. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [414]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 300r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Rushworth, John; and others (entered with Currer v. Rushworth)</TD><TD> Anne, countess dowager of Pembroke, Dorset, and Montgomery; and Hugh Currer</TD><TD> An order as to a decree for Hugh Currer</TD><TD> [415]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 432v</TD><TD> Sussex/Middx</TD><TD> 1659, May 17</TD><TD> Satterthwaite, William, esq, one of the sworn clerks in the office of the clerk of the Pipe or ingrosser of the great roll of the pipe; Margaret Firmyn, widow and relict of Willliam Firmyn deceased; and William Westone</TD><TD> John, lord Berkeley; Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); Sir Edward Turnor, knight, attorney to the duke of York; John Apsley, esq; Charles Porter, esq; and Henry Bruncker, esq</TD><TD> Concerning lands etc in Pulborough and the advowson of the rectory or church of Pulborough and certain lands etc in High Holborne.,</TD><TD> [416]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 427r</TD><TD> Middx/Sussex</TD><TD> 1669, Apr 29</TD><TD> Satterthwaite, William, esq; Margaret Firmyn, widow; and William Westone</TD><TD> James, duke of York; Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); John, lord Berkley; Sir Edward Turnor; John Apsley; Charles Porter, esq; and Henry Brounker, es</TD><TD> An order as to costs etc.</TD><TD> [417]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 409r</TD><TD> Middx/Sussex</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 13</TD><TD> Satterthwaite, William, esq; Margaret Firmyn, widow; and William Westone</TD><TD> James, duke of York; Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); John, lord Berkley; Sir Edward Turnor; John Apsley; Charles Porter, esq; and Henry Brounker, es</TD><TD> An order as to postponing the cause etc</TD><TD> [418]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 192r</TD><TD> Northumb</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 24</TD><TD> Sawyer, Sir Edmund, knight, one of the auditors of this court</TD><TD> Fenwick, Edward,m esq</TD><TD> Concerning arrears of rent for a messuage and land etc in Greene Lytton.</TD><TD> [419]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 56v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 18</TD><TD> Scutt, Benjamin; and Francis Sampson</TD><TD> Starling, Samuel, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [420]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 62v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 18</TD><TD> Scutt, Benjamin; and Francis Sampson</TD><TD> Starling, Samuel, esq</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause and as to certain accounts</TD><TD> [421]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 164r</TD><TD> Corn</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 22</TD><TD> Seymour, Henry, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Noseworthy, Edward, esq; John Davies, esq, & Jane his wife</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Lanrake and Barton of Ince claimed by the plaintiff Elizabeth Seymour as cousin and heir of Sir Henry Kellegrew knight deceased</TD><TD> [422]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 377v</TD><TD> Derbs</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Shalcrasse, John, esq</TD><TD> Maynell, Isaake, genteleman</TD><TD> Concerning a tally claimed by the plaintiff as receiver general of the royal aid for Derbyshire</TD><TD> [423]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 75v</TD><TD> Warw</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 13</TD><TD> Simson, Frances, an infant by William Mercer her guardian</TD><TD> Temple, Thomas, esq; Lewis Biker; William Hindes; William Wallis; Edward Harold; Charles Berryman; and William Gold alias Goode</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Francton. An order as to a commission.</TD><TD> [424]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 347v</TD><TD> Denbigh</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Sloed, Robert, gentleman</TD><TD> Americcice, Theodore, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning an account. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [425]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 46v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, Dec 3</TD><TD> Smith, Simon, jr</TD><TD> Smith, Simon, sr, & Martha his wife; James Owfield; and Thomazine Goodwin</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [426]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 287r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, May 11</TD><TD> Smyth, Elizabeth</TD><TD> Lloyd, Edward, cousin and next heir of John Lloyd deceased; John Chamberlin, & Margaret his wife administratrix of said John Lloyd, and John Winchester</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of a copyhold tenement in Rislip and as to the debts and estate of John Lloyd deceased</TD><TD> [427]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 100r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, May 17</TD><TD> Smyth, Robert; and George Lee</TD><TD> Gerrard, Sir Gilbert, baronet, executor of Dame Anne Moulson, widow, deceased</TD><TD> Concerning a bond entered into by the plaintiffs to Lady Moulson</TD><TD> [428]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 52r</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Smyth, Symon, the younger</TD><TD> Owfield, Dame Catherine, widow</TD><TD> Concerning a legacy given to the plaintiff and others by the will of Thomasine Owfield late of London, widow, deceased.</TD><TD> [429]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 31</TD><TD> Smyth, William; and others</TD><TD> Johnson, Edmund</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause, etc.</TD><TD> [430]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 188v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, Feb 7</TD><TD> Smyth, William; Lawrence Ireland; Thomas Liddiate; and Richard Molineux</TD><TD> Johnson, Edmund, executor of Thomas Johnson clerk his late father deceased</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause</TD><TD> [431]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 77v</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1665, May 8</TD><TD> Sone, Joseph, clerk</TD><TD> Axtell, Richard</TD><TD> An order as to an attachment to be awarded against John Downer constable of Aldenham, Herts, for refusing to assist in the execution of a commission of rebellion awarded against the defendant</TD><TD> [432]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 49r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 17</TD><TD> Sone, Joseph, clerk</TD><TD> Harby, Erasmus, baronet</TD><TD> Concerning small tithes due to the plaintiff as vicar of Aldenham; and as to certain meadow belonging to the said vicarage, and as to the chancel of the parish church of Aldenham, and as to certain profits belonging to the vicar there.</TD><TD> [433]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 349r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 16</TD><TD> Spencer, Arnald, clerk</TD><TD> Smith, John</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Elstrey</TD><TD> [434]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 320r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 9</TD><TD> Spencer, Arnold, clerk</TD><TD> Smith, John</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the case.</TD><TD> [435]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 282r</TD><TD> Herts</TD><TD> 1667, Oct 31</TD><TD> Spencer, Arnold, clerk</TD><TD> Smyth, John</TD><TD> An order for a trial at law as to certain tithes.</TD><TD> [436]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 241r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1667, July 2</TD><TD> Spencer, Mary, widow</TD><TD> Maundy, Anne, widow</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Orpington</TD><TD> [437]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 97r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, June 12</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard, baron of Gerards Bromeley; Elizabeth, lady Brereton; William Baileton; William Parkinson; Thomas Greene; and divers others, tenants of the manor of Garstrange</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Garstrange.</TD><TD> [438]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 78r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 27</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerard, of Gerards Bromley; The Lady Brereton; and divers others tenants of the manor of Garstrange</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Garstrange. An order as to a trial at the bar of this court.</TD><TD> [439]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 226r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1667, May 6</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Charles, lord Gerrard of Gerrards Bromley; Elizabeth, lady Brereton; Thomas Green; and others, tenants of the manor of Garstang</TD><TD> Concerning the manor of Garstang.</TD><TD> [440]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 37v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 17</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Gerard, Charles lord, Baron of Gerards Bromley; The lady Brereton; and others</TD><TD> Concerning lands within the manor of Garstrange. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [441]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 155r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Spencer, William, esq, & Elizabeth his wife</TD><TD> Greene, Thomas; and others, tenants of the manor of Garstang</TD><TD> An interlocutory order</TD><TD> [442]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 73r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 17</TD><TD> Squib, Lawrence, esq</TD><TD> Hales, Katherine, widow; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause, etc.</TD><TD> [443]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 223br</TD><TD> Derbs</TD><TD> 1667, May 13</TD><TD> Stanhopp, John, esq, an infant by Sir John Curson knight his guardian</TD><TD> Rockingham, The Lady Elianor</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Elvaston and Thurlaston</TD><TD> [444]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 292v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 25</TD><TD> Stapleton, John, esq</TD><TD> Heron, John, esq; Francis Blunt; Radulph Elliston; and William Langdale</TD><TD> Concerning an apportionment of a rent out of the lands of the late priory of Warter. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [445]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 289v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 21</TD><TD> Stapleton, John, esq</TD><TD> Herron, John, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [446]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 288r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 25</TD><TD> Stapleton, John, esq</TD><TD> Hewitt, James, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning the apportionment of a fee farm rent issuing out of the late Prior of Warter from which the defendant alleges that the lands held by him in Burnholme are discharged.</TD><TD> [447]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 289v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 14</TD><TD> Stapleton, John, esq</TD><TD> Longdale, Sir William, knight; John Herron, esq; James Hewitt, gentleman; Radulph Elliott, gentleman; and Francis Blunt, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [448]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 12</TD><TD> Stappleton, John, esq</TD><TD> Heron, John, esq; Francis Blunt; Radulph Elliotson; and William Langdale</TD><TD> Concerning apportionment of rent or tenth upon a grant of the lands belonging to the late priory of Warter.</TD><TD> [449]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 63r</TD><TD> Leics</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Staresmore, Edmund, esq</TD><TD> Wortley, Sir Francis, knight; Dame Frances his wife; William Bent</TD><TD> Concerning a mortgage of divers lands in Frolesworth and as to certain money transactions.</TD><TD> [450]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 431r</TD><TD> London/Norf</TD><TD> 1669, Apr 29</TD><TD> Starlinge, Sir Samuel, knight</TD><TD> Bennyon, Sir George, knight; Sir Demy Ashburnham, baronet; Francis Finch, esq; and Edward Wingate, esq, the late commissioners of excise</TD><TD> Cocnering the farm of the excise for the city and county of Norwich, the town of Lynne, and Great Yarmouth, with the liberties of both in Norfolk,m the whole of Norfolk, and the suburbs of Thetford and hundred of Lothingland, etc.</TD><TD> [451]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 321v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 15</TD><TD> Stewkeley, Sir Hugh, baronet</TD><TD> Sutter, Jane, widow</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Dunster Field in the parish of Carhampton claimed to belong to the rectory of Dunster. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [452]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 39r</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 7</TD><TD> Streete, Wiliam</TD><TD> Harrison, Anne, widow; and John Harrison</TD><TD> Concerning the personal estate of Katherine Harrison the plaintiff's mother. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [453]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 370r</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1668, June 16</TD><TD> Styleman, Nicholas, esq, impropriator of the rectory of Snetisham</TD><TD> Patricke, Edmund, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Snetisham</TD><TD> [454]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 415v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1669, May 6</TD><TD> Styleman, Nicholas, esq, impropriator of the rectory of Snetisham</TD><TD> Patricke, Edmund, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Snetisham</TD><TD> [455]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 357r</TD><TD> Salop</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Sulter, Richard, gentleman</TD><TD> Heynes, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning the custody, farm, and bailiwick of Cundover together with the services and common fine issuing out of the townships of Betton and Battwardine and the office and place of steward and bailiff of the said Hundred. Dismissal of the cause to law.</TD><TD> [456]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 329r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 27</TD><TD> Sweno, William, clerk</TD><TD> Dyer, John</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Goldhanger</TD><TD> [457]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 290r</TD><TD> Essex</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Tabor, John, clerk, vicar of Easterford Kelvedon</TD><TD> Barker, John</TD><TD> Concerning certain small tithes and oblations claimed by the plaintiff as vicar of Easterford Kelvedon.</TD><TD> [458]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 135bv</TD><TD> Ches</TD><TD> 1665, July 2</TD><TD> Taylor, Robert, an infant by Edward Dickett gentleman his guardian and next friend</TD><TD> Cotton, Sir Robert, knight; George Taylor; and John Taylor his son</TD><TD> Concerning a lease of a certain messuage etc in Dudcott</TD><TD> [459]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 24r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, June 16</TD><TD> Terry, Benjamin</TD><TD> Conisby, Sir Harry; and others</TD><TD> Concerning four tenements in St John's Street formerly mortgaged by one George Rowell to the defendant Sir H. Conisby which the plaintiff desires to have conveyed to himself and the other creditors of the said Rowell supposing the principal money and interest on the said mortgage to be fully satisfied.</TD><TD> [460]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 133bv</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, July 7</TD><TD> Thomas, earl of Cleveland</TD><TD> Attorney General, John, earl of Crawford and Lindsey; John, lord Belhaven; The Lady Margaret his wife; and others</TD><TD> An order as to referring certain matters of account to certain auditors. The manor of Stepney and Hackney was involved.</TD><TD> [461]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 105r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, May 3</TD><TD> Thomas, earl of Cleveland</TD><TD> Attorney General; Margaret, lady Belhaven; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [462]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 138r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, June 8</TD><TD> Thorold, Anthony, esq</TD><TD> Monson, Sir John, baronet and knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Concerning land in Waddingham per se, Waddingham, Snitterby, and Atterby</TD><TD> [463]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 80r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, May 1</TD><TD> Thorold, Anthony, esq</TD><TD> Monson, Sir John, baronet and knight of the Bath</TD><TD> Concerning lands in Waddingham "perse" Waddingham, Sniterby, and Atterby.</TD><TD> [464]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 54v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Tibbolls, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Seed, Thomas; John Seed; Ellis Cottam; and Thomas Blackborne</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands etc alleged to belong to the rectory of Ribchester. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [465]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 107r</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, May 22</TD><TD> Tibbolls, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Seed, Thomas; John Seed; Ellis Cottam; and Thomas Blackborne</TD><TD> Concerning certain land etc alleged to belong to the rectory of Ribchester</TD><TD> [466]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 106v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Tooke, Edward, esq, executor of James Tooke one of the auditors of the court of Wards and Liveries</TD><TD> Fleetewood, Charles, esq heretofore receiver general of the court of Wards and Liveries; and James Wythe since deceased.</TD><TD> Concerning a certain sum of money supposed to be due from the defendant Fleetewood to James Tooke one of the auditors of the court of Wards and Liveries.</TD><TD> [467]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 377r</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 16</TD><TD> Townrowe, Thomas</TD><TD> Lake, Edward, baronet, doctor of the laws and chancellor of the bishop of Lincoln and John Procter gentleman, deputy register</TD><TD> Concerning a bond. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [468]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 376v</TD><TD> Lincs</TD><TD> 1668, Nov 9</TD><TD> Townrowe, Thomas</TD><TD> Lake, Edward; and John Purter</TD><TD> An order as to dismissing the cause.</TD><TD> [469]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 37r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 10</TD><TD> Townsend, John; and others</TD><TD> Woodford, Thomas, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a trial at the bar of this court.</TD><TD> [470]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 37v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1664, Oct 24</TD><TD> Townsend, John; and others</TD><TD> Woodford, Thomas, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [471]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 223br</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1667, Apr 25</TD><TD> Townsend, John; and others</TD><TD> Woodford, Thomas, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause</TD><TD> [472]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 164r</TD><TD> Durham</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 26</TD><TD> Tulley, Timothy, clerk</TD><TD> Briggs, James; Raphe Gray; George Bacon; Richard Halsall; and John Race</TD><TD> Concerning tithe of lead ore claimed by the plaintiff as rector of Middleton in Teesdale.</TD><TD> [473]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 292v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1667, Nov 18</TD><TD> Tuthill, John, gentleman, one of the sworn clerks on the office of the treasurer's remembrancer of this court</TD><TD> Porter, John</TD><TD> Concerning the metes and bounds of a certain copyhold tenement called Dayes in Saxlingham Eastgate belonging to the plaintiff's manor of Saxllingham Nether Hall.</TD><TD> [474]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 427v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1669, May 24</TD><TD> Tuthill, John, gentleman, one of the sworn clerks on the office of the treasurer's remembrancer of this court</TD><TD> Porter, John</TD><TD> Concerning the metes and bounds of a certain copyhold tenement called Dayes in Saxlingham Eastgate belonging to the plaintiff's manor of Saxllingham Nether Hall.</TD><TD> [475]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 414r</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1669, May 3</TD><TD> Tuthill, John, gentleman, one of the sworn clerks on the office of the treasurer's remembrancer of this court</TD><TD> Porter, John; and Thomas Glisford</TD><TD> An order as to a tenement in question</TD><TD> [476]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 241v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1667, June 17</TD><TD> Twisleton, John</TD><TD> Brownerigg, Gabriel</TD><TD> Concerning a contract for surrendering a lease of a messuage called the "Blew Anchor" in the Mint in the parish of St Georges Southwark with three other messuages thereunto adjoining and as to some goods of the plaintiff remaining on the premises.</TD><TD> [477]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 250v</TD><TD> London</TD><TD> 1667, June 10</TD><TD> Vassall, Francis</TD><TD> Vassall, Henry</TD><TD> Concerning a lease of a house in St Mary Axe</TD><TD> [478]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 56v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 18</TD><TD> Wade, Robert; and William Wade, infants by Robert Wade their father and guardian</TD><TD> Battle, Robert; Thomas Burghill; John Ward; Isaac Harvey; Robert Rope; William Turner; Johan Stalworthy; and others</TD><TD> Concerning free and copyhold land in Brooke and Kirstead</TD><TD> [479]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 38v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 17</TD><TD> Wainwright, James, esq</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands in Lancashire mortgaged unto Roger Stoughton esq. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [480]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 169v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Wainwright, James, esq</TD><TD> Gerard, Thomas, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a debt. The manor of Ince and divers lands etc in Wigan and elsewhere belonging to the defendant Gerard are mentioned.</TD><TD> [481]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 170v</TD><TD> Lancs</TD><TD> 1665, Nov 8</TD><TD> Wainwright, James, esq</TD><TD> Gerrard, Thomas, esq; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a debt. The manor of Ince and Aspull and divers lands etc in Wiggan are mentioned.</TD><TD> [482]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 80v</TD><TD> London/Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, May 9</TD><TD> Wallis, Elston, Citizen and Goldsmith of London</TD><TD> Stanley, Sir Charles, knight of the Bath; Charles Cheyne, esq; Francis Smyth; and John Smyth</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands etc in Aslackby out of which certain debts were payable, due from the defendant Sir Charles Stanley to the plalintiff.</TD><TD> [483]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 73r</TD><TD> London/Lincs</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 13</TD><TD> Wallis, Elston, of London, goldsmith</TD><TD> Stanley, Sir Charles, knight of the Bath; Charles Cheyne, esq; Francis Smyth; and John Smyth</TD><TD> Concerning certain lands etc in Aslackby out of which certain debts were payable, due from the defendant Sir Charles Stanley to the plalintiff.</TD><TD> [484]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 397v</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 4</TD><TD> Walter, bishop of Oxford</TD><TD> Overbury, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir John Doiley, baronet; Thomas Doiley, gentleman; John Wickham; and others</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Chibney within the vicarage of Cuddesden.</TD><TD> [485]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 346r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Walter, bishop of Oxford</TD><TD> Overbury, Sir Thomas, knight; Sir John Dryley, baronet; Thmas Dryley, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Chibney within the vicarage of Cuddesden. An order as to a trial at law.</TD><TD> [486]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4v</TD><TD> London/Surrey</TD><TD> 1664, Apr 28</TD><TD> Wastfield, Edward, & Esther his wife, executrix of William Ballowe deceased</TD><TD> Ballowe, Daniel; and Henry Ballowe</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account. Dismissal of cause.</TD><TD> [487]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 339r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1668, May 25</TD><TD> Watts, John, clerk, rector of Swanscombe</TD><TD> Melden, Ralph, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes in Swanscombe.</TD><TD> [488]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 152r</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, Oct 25</TD><TD> Watts, John, clerk, rector of Swanscombe</TD><TD> Welden, Ralph, esq</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Swanscombe. An order for a trial at law.</TD><TD> [489]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 39v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1664, Nov 10</TD><TD> Watts, John, clerk, rector of Swanscombe</TD><TD> Weldon, Ralph, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain tithes of underwood, cattle, etc in Swanscombe.</TD><TD> [490]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 320v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Apr 9</TD><TD> Weale, Edmund, & Isabell his wife</TD><TD> Cox, Edward; Fortune, Power; and others</TD><TD> Concerning the will and personal estate of Katherine Ashton widow deceased. Dismissal of defendants</TD><TD> [491]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 126ar</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Webb, Thomas, clerk</TD><TD> Bonsey, Richard; and Arthur Seares</TD><TD> Concerning small tithes and oblations supposed to be due to the plaintiff as incumbent of the chapel donative of Horsel.</TD><TD> [492]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 429r</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1669, May 17</TD><TD> Wethered, Francis, esq; Ricahrd Lloyd, gentleman; and William Hawkins, gentleman</TD><TD> Hopkins, William; Hugh Sawley; John Ellis; and Richard Atkinson</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account as to a demise of the duties of excise at Bradford. An order for a trial at law.</TD><TD> [493]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 6r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1664, May 12</TD><TD> Wheeler, William, esq, son and heir of William Wheeler, esq, decesed, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend</TD><TD> Berringer, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain rents issuing out of certain lands in the manor of Dathcett and Datchett St Helens.</TD><TD> [494]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 82r</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 20</TD><TD> Wheeler, William, esq, son and heir of William Wheeler, esq, decesed, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend</TD><TD> Berringer, Richard, esq</TD><TD> Concerning certain rents out of certain lands payable to the plaintiff as lord of the manor of Datchett and Datchett St Helens</TD><TD> [495]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 55v</TD><TD> Bucks</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Wheeler, William, esq, son and heir of William Wheeler, esq, decesed, an infant by Jane Wheeler his mother and next friend</TD><TD> Berringer, Richard, esq</TD><TD> An order as to certain certificates.</TD><TD> [496]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 77r</TD><TD> Sussex</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 20</TD><TD> Whiston, Henry, clerk, rector and incumbent of Balcombe</TD><TD> Davy, Edmund</TD><TD> Concerning the tithe of a water corn mill in Balcombe.</TD><TD> [497]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 86br</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 17</TD><TD> Wilford, Edward, doctor of divinity, vicar of Lydd</TD><TD> Cullenben, Edward; and John Cullenben</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Luydd. An order as to a trial at law with regard to certain customs of tithing.</TD><TD> [498]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 348r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Williams, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Griffith, Peter</TD><TD> Concerning a bond. An order for an action to be brought as to whether the defendant being an innkeeper the plaintiff had lost certain money as his guest.</TD><TD> [499]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 396r</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 4</TD><TD> Williams, Thomas, esq</TD><TD> Griffith, Peter</TD><TD> An order as to a new trial at law</TD><TD> [500]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 366v</TD><TD> Oxon/Bucks</TD><TD> 1668, June 4</TD><TD> Williams, Thomas, gentleman, late one of the farmers of the duties of excise and new impost upon beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, or metheglin in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire; Rebecka Seawell, widow, relict, and administratrix of William Seawell, gentleman, her late husband, deceased, who was the other of the said late farmers; Jane Cave, widow, relict, and executrix of Walter Cave, esq, her late husband deceased; Abraham Davies; Thomas Seawell; and Thomas Gregge, securities for the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charged upon the plaintiffs in the Great Roll of this court for arrears of rent for the excise and new impost upon beer, ale, perry, cide, mead, or metheglin in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire</TD><TD> [501]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 104r</TD><TD> Notts/Derbs/ Staffs</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Williams, Thomas; and others</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> An order as to discharging the plaintiffs from arrears of rent of excise etc.</TD><TD> [502]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 117r</TD><TD> Nottingham town/ elsewhere</TD><TD> 1665, May 14</TD><TD> Williams, Thomas; Thomas Wagstaffe; and John Huntingford late farmers of the duties of excise and new impost upon beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, or metheglin in the town of Nottingham and the county of the same town, Nottinghamshire, Derby, and Stafford, Lichfield City and the county of the same city; William Avery, gentleman; Nathaniel Humphreyes, two of the securities of the said late farmers; and Thomas High executor of Daniel Hill merchant tailor another of the securities of the said late farmers</TD><TD> Attorney General</TD><TD> Concerning a debt charge upon the plaintiffs in the Great Rolls of this court for arrears of rent for the excise of beer, ale, perry, cider, mead, or metheglin in the town of Nottingham, the county of the same town, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, and Staffordshire; Lichfield City and the county of the same city.</TD><TD> [503]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 85v</TD><TD> Kent</TD><TD> 1665, Apr 17</TD><TD> Wilsford, Edward, doctor of divinity, vicar of Lydd</TD><TD> Radford, Robert; Samuel Hicksm & Mary his wife late Mary Upton; Daniel Norman; and Edward Crosse</TD><TD> Concerning tithes in Lydd. An order for a trial at law as to certain alleged customs of tithing.</TD><TD> [504]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 3r</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1664, Apr 28</TD><TD> Winchcombe, John, esq</TD><TD> Sherston, Thomas, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> Concerning a "yewne flocke." An order as to hearing the cause.</TD><TD> [505]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 4v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1664, May 16</TD><TD> Winchcombe, John, esq</TD><TD> Sherston, Thomas, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a new trial at law etc.</TD><TD> [506]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 7v</TD><TD> Som</TD><TD> 1664, May 16</TD><TD> Winchcombe, John, esq</TD><TD> Sherston, Thomas, gentleman; and others</TD><TD> An order as to a new trial at law etc.</TD><TD> [507]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 109r</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1665, May 7</TD><TD> Windebanke, John, doctor in physic</TD><TD> Clarke, Roger, esq</TD><TD> Concerning a matter of account as to money received by the defendant during the time that the plaintiff and defendant were subcommissioners of excise. Interlocutory order.</TD><TD> [508]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 191v</TD><TD> Surrey</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 28</TD><TD> Windebanke, John, doctor in physic</TD><TD> Clarke, Roger, esq</TD><TD> Concerning an account of money received by the defendant during the time that the plaintiff and defendant were sub-commissioners of excise in Surrey</TD><TD> [509]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 404r</TD><TD> Oxon</TD><TD> 1669, Feb 8</TD><TD> Wise, Thomas, gentleman</TD><TD> Robert, bishop of Worcester; William, bishop of Oxford; Robert Huntington, esq; and Richard Reynell, gentleman</TD><TD> Concerning a lease of the farm, parsonage, and rectory of Hooke Norton</TD><TD> [510]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 301v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 6</TD><TD> Wood, Edward; John Hyde; and Jeremy Malpas</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geffrey Palmer knight and baronet); and Ricahrd Best</TD><TD> Concerning an extent awarded against the defendant Richard Best upon a recognizance entered into by him in 1657 to Oliver Cromwell for the payment of rent for the excise, by virtue of which a messuage etc in King Street in Westminster was seized into the King's hands. An order as to trial at law.</TD><TD> [511]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 307v</TD><TD> Middx</TD><TD> 1668, Feb 19</TD><TD> Wood, Edward; John Hyde; and Jeremy Malpas</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); and Richard Best</TD><TD> Concerning a messuage etc called "The Signe of the Axe" in King Street in Westminster</TD><TD> [512]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 194v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 24</TD><TD> Wood, John, gentleman</TD><TD> Attorney General (Sir Geoffrey Palmer, knight and baronet); Mary Rymere, widow and relict of Ralph Rymere deceased; Thomas Rymere his son; and Seth Elcocke, clerk</TD><TD>Concerning a mortgage of the manor of Kirkby Wiske and of certain lands in Manby and as to an annuity of £80 payable out of the said estate to the Lady Vaughan for 4½ years.</TD><TD> [513]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 186v</TD><TD> Norf</TD><TD> 1667, Jan 31</TD><TD> Wood, Robert, esq</TD><TD> Doughty, Robert, esq; and others</TD><TD> An order as to hearing the cause etc.</TD><TD> [514]</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD> 55v</TD><TD> Yorks</TD><TD> 1665, Feb 17</TD><TD> Wynn, Robert, esq</TD><TD> Denton, Robert, gentleman</TD><TD> An order as to costs.</TD><TD> [515]</TD> </TR> </TABLE>



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