couitof fclfion ()i the peace for the borowoh and parifh afore-
iaiJ, then and there did exercife; and one Charles Standilh be-
his crown and dignity, &c- wheieupon, occ
The King agawj W. M.
EiiJIer, 111 James the id.
Stafford,') ^ I 'HAT whereas on the day and year, &c. attheini'v â€ž
To wit. y A borough ot Newcallle under the line, in thcfirriutouily
county of Stafford, W. C. efrpaire, at that time mayor of the^'reaking
faid borough, and the aldermtn and commcn-council ot t^t-'Q^'-'ij^i \ c
faid borough, were affembled Ir. the G'-iildhall of the fa'<lii,ebo'iou'Ii
bcroogh, there to do the buiincfs of the faid borough, never- of Ncw-Â°
theiefs one W. M. of, &c. together with divers other male- caftle under
fadlors and diflurbers of the peace of the faid lord the now'''- ''"S-
tiiig, to the number of five hundied perfons, whole names are?" ' ""^
as yet unknown to the attorney general of the faid lord the now ^^^'^^^ j.* ^j,
king, well knowing the pi emlifc?, but being cvil-difpoft-d per- dsrmen and
for.s, and deviling and intending to difquict and dilliirb the v.eacecommon-
cf the faid lord the nov/ king, and to hinder and obAruct ihec^-"'_'^'' ''^
faid mayor, aldermen and common-council of the faid boiosjgh,','^ '""^"^"^
there to do their bufinefs as aforefaid, with force and arm?, ^^^.j-gj^jjigj
at, tV. unlawfully, rictoufl/, routo.illy and tuinuituoufly did.,r),,jt tn-
alTemble and gather themfelves together, to diiluil) the peace '>ufincfs of
of the faid lord the now king, and they a's afjrtfaid then and'-'^- '""'^
there, with force and arms, Sa". unlawiuily, riotoufl/, routoully '^^"^'^^""
and. lumuliuoiifly being alTcmbled and gathered togcih'tr, ihc
Â£ c 2 fad
Indi^ments for Riots, Routs, 5fc.
faid Guildhall there, bein^j; the guildhall and freehold of the
faid major, aldermen, bailiffs and biirgcfles of Newcallle un-
der the line aforelaid, then and there with torce and amis, &c.
unlawfully, riotouflv, routoiifl./ and tumultuouily did break
and enter ; and for tlie fpace of one houp, by making a great
noife, riot, diflurbance, clamour and tumult, did fo diliurb
and hinder the mayoi, aldermen and common-council afoieiaid,
Pc I 8 I. then and there being, and then doing, and traniacfting * ct-rtain
bufinefs ol and concerning the faid borough, that they the laid
mayor, aldermen and common council for the Ipace aforelaid,
could not proceed to go through their bufinefs as aforefaid, in
contempt of the faid lord the now king, and of his laws, to
the manifelt dilluraajice and violation of the peace of the laid
loid the now king, to the evil example, &c.
The King agoihji Wilts.
EaJIer, the ift 'James IL
To w't \ * I ''HAT Thomas Wilt?, &:c. and five other male-
InHi^ment 3 -^ facflors, to the jurors aforefaid unknown, -on
or riotouHy the day and year, &c. did devife, and among themlelves wick-
breaking edly did confpiie and intend falfcly, unlawfully, wickedly and
'P'"^''^^ deceitfully to deprive, deceive and delraud riie Elizabeth Pal-
Â«, \ '^li^l mt\, widow, of her goods and chattels, and her the faid Eliza-
en pitrsnc? L L r 1 r 1 r r â€¢ i r
of :in exe- beth J aimer, iiom htr manlion-houle, wuh foice and arm?, &c.
cutioii. fuddcnly aud forcibly to certain places unknown, againlt the
â– will, and without the cuiiltnt of the faid E. P. to carry away,
and her the laid E. F. in the faid places unknown, falfely, un-
Jawfully, unjultly, and againll the will and without the corfent
of the faid E. P. to imprifon, the faid T. W. and the five
other malefatHors, to the jurois aloicfaid unknown, for the
better perfoiniance and execution of the iaid evil intentions of
the laid T. Vv'^. &c. and ot the laid five ma!efH(5tors, to the
jurors aforefaid unknown, fo as aforefaid among thtnTelvts
befoie had, afterwards to wit, on the iaid day and year,
&c. at, &c. as rioiors, loutours, and dilfurbers of the peace
of the faid lord the row !<ing, with ft'ice and arms, &c.
at, tSi'c, unlawfully, riotouflv, routcadly did alTemble and ga-
ther themilclves io>;eihef, to dillurb the peace of the laid loid
lilt ling, and f(i th-n and there being afftir.bled and gathered
together, (he laid Thomas Wilts, and the fiid five male-
fac'-^'. s, to the jurors aforefiid unknown, alterwaids to wit, on
the liiid d.iv and year, &c. at, &c. the manfion-houfe of her
ihe faid E. P. ihcit fituaie, then and there unlawfully, riot-
Indlclraents for Riots, Routs, &c.
oiifly and routoiifly did break and enter, and tlie door of the
chamber of the i'aid E. P. in which the laid E. H. ihcn in the
faid manfion-hcufe was, (the Taid door ot the laid chain bef*
then being fhut and locked) they the laid five pe'lons to the
jurors atorel'aid unknown, then and there unlawluUy, ; iotoully
and routouily did endeavour and attempt to open, under pre-
tence that they the faid maletattcvs to the jurors rifortlaid un-
known, then and there had an execution againlt the faid K. F.
for 10,000/. and that the faid five nialefadlors, to the jurois
afoiefaid unknown, atterwards to wit, on the day and year,
&c. at, &c. in and upon one F. H- fpinlttr, the lt:rvant o( the
faid E. P. then and there being in the faid. manlii^ndn uie, mul
Â»hen and there being in the peace of God, and ol the laid
lord the king, with a ceriain drawn Iwoid, tlien and there
rioto'.dly and routoufly did make an affault, and her the faid
F. H. then and there in great peril of her life, unlawfully,
riotoufly and routoufly did put, and other outrages to the laid
h. P. and F. H. unlawfully, riotoufly and routoufly did, co
the great damage, &c. and againft the peace, <5cc.
* The King cigainft Pilkington, and others. *P. 182.
Trinity, 34th, anA Hilary, 34th and 35th Chailcs II. RJl.
London, ) * I *HAT on the 24th day of June, in the 34th information
To wit. 3 -â– - year of the reign of our lord Charles the 2d, for a riot at
the now king, &:c. at the Guildhall of the city of London, 3^"^'^"^^'Â°"
certain court of affembly of the citizens and freemen of the?' ''^^''ffs,
city of London, commonly called a common hall, by John^^f Loudon.
Moore, knight, then and as yet mayor of the city 01 Loiidon,
fjjmmoned and called befoie the faid John Moore, knt. miyor
ol the city ot London aforcfaid, in the due manner was held,
as well for the due election of ffieriifs of the laid city, foi the
execution of the ofRce of Sheriffs of the faid city, for one
Ifrtioie year next enfuing, aficr the eve of the ftaft of St.
Michael the Archangel, then and as yet next to come, as for
the election of divers other officers of the laid city, and that
tiicn and there in the faid court, it was begun to take poii of
the eleftors then and there prefent, for the manifeftation of
tiie eiedion of the perlbns to ferve in thf; (jffi.e of fl.eriffs of
the faid city, for the year aforcfaid. And that tiie laid John
M'jore, knight, mayor of the laid city, a'Acrwaidi to wit,oVi tlie
' Indidlments for Riots, Routs, &c.
faid i4ihd3y of June, in the 34th year, &c. aforefaid, at the
G'uildhali ot' the city of London aforefaid, in the parifh of St.
Michael liafFifhavv, London aforefaid, in the lawful manner, did
make and cauie to be made, proclamation for the adjournment
ot the court, fo as aforefaid held ; and then and there the faid
John Moore, knt. mayor of the faid city, in the lawful man-
ner the faid court did adjourn to thcTuefday next enfaing,theii
to be held at the Guildhall of the city of London aforefaid ; and
then and there after the adjournment fo as aforefaid made, he
the faid John Moore, lent, mayor of the city, did make and
caufe to be made, public proclamation for the departure of all
pcrfons there aifembled for the occafion af)reiaid. And the
laid attorney-general of the faid lord the now k-ing, lor the
faid lord the king further gives the court here to underftand
and to be informed, that Thomas Pilkington, late of London,
cfquire, and Samuel Shuie, late of London, efquire, (then
iherifFs ot the city of London aforefaid) and Henry Cornifli,
Jate of London, efquire. Ford, lord Grey, of Warke, Thomas
Gould, late of London, knight, John Shorter, late of London,
Icnight, Thomas Player, late of London, knight, William
Guliton, late of London, knight, Siingfby Bethel, late of
London, efquire, Nelthorpe, Lite of London, efquire,
John Ayliife, late of London, efquire, John Ellis, late of
London, elquire, Francis Jenks, Jate of London, mercer,
Robert Barker, late of London, gent. John Deag'c, late of
London, clothier, Richard Freeman, late of London, checfe-
monger, Benjamin Smith, late of London, gent. Richard
Goodenough, late of London, gent. R. Hay, laie of London,
merchant, Lucy Knightly, late of London, gent. John Wick-
ham, late ot London, gent. Samuel Swynnock, late of Lon-
don, merchant, Jofhua Brooks, late of London, gent. Jofeph
*P. 183. Jekyll, late of London, * gent. Dorman Newman, late of L.
gent. T. Rawlinfon, late of L. gent. T. Carpenter, late of
L. gent. T. Charleton, late, of L. gent. John JekylJ, the
younger, late of L. gent. Benjamin Alfop, late of L. gent.
M. Meriton* late of L. gent. Charles Bateman, late of L.
gent. John Trenchard, late of L. efquire, Simon Millei, late
of L, gent. Jcivas Ryiield, late of L. gent. W. Feachy, late
of L. gent, and Richard Farrirgdon, late of L. efquire, well-
knowing the premiffes aforefaid, but being evil-difpofed per-
fons, and devifing and intending to difquiet, moleft and diflurb
the peace of faid lord the now king, and the public tranqui-
lity of this kingdom of England, they the faid T. Pilkin?-
toii, S. Shutc, under colour ot their ofhce of fherilFs of Lon-
don aforeiaid, and the faid Hem y Cornilh, Ford, lord Grey,
T- Gould, knt. J. Shorter, knt. &c. afterwards, and after the
faid adjcurnment to wit, on the faid 24th day of June, in the
34th year, &c. aforefaid, at the parilh of St. Michael BalR-
Ihaw, London aforefaid, in the Guildhall aforefaid, there
indi6lments for Riots, Routs, kc.
with force and arms, &c. rlotoufly, routoufly, unlawfully and
feditloully with many other evil-difpofcd peilbns, and diiluv-
bers of the peace of the fald lord the now l<ing, to the num-
ber of one thoufand perfons, to the attorney-general of the
faid lord the now king as yet unknown, did aflemble, unite
and gather ihemfelves together, to difturb ihe peace of the iaid
lord the now king, and fo being affembled, united and gathered
together, then and there with force and arms, &.c. rioioufiy,
routoufly and unlawfully in and upon the faid John Moore, kt,
mayor of the faid city, then and there being in the peace of
God, and of our faid lord the king, did make an afiault and
affray, and him the faid John Moore, knt. then and there did
itrikc, wound and ill-treat, fo that of his life it vva< greatly
defpaired ; and alter the adjournment aforefaid, and the pro-
clamation fo as aforefaid made, by the faid John Moore, knt.
mayor of the faid city, they the faid T. PilLington and Samuel
Shute then and there under colour of their olfice of flieriffs
of the city of London aforefaid, and the faid Henry Cornlfli,
Ford, lord Grey, T. Gould, knt. and J. Shorter, knt. &c.
with divers other perfons to the faid attorney-general of the
faid lord the now king as yet unknown, them the faid T. P.
and S. S. unlawfully and feditioufly aiding and allifting, with
force and arms, riotoufly, routoufly and unlavAfully there did
continue to take the poll of the perfi^ns fb then and there
unlawfully afTembled, as if and as though the faid perfons
were lawfully afTembled, for the election of iherifFs of the
faid city, and that the faid T. Piikington, S. Shute, H.Cornifli,
Ford, lord Grey, T. Gold, knt. J. Shorter, knt. &c. then an^
there unlawfully, tumultuoufly and feditioufly did affirm, and
each and every of them did aflirm and fay, and with a loud
voice to the faid evil-difpoftd perfons did affirm, that the faid
John Moore, knt. mayor of the city of London aforefaid, un-
juitly and unlawfully had affumed upon himfelf liberty to ad-
journ the faid court, which to him the faid John Moore did
not appertain ; and that the faid T. Piikington, S. Shine, H.
Cornifh, Ford, lord Grey, T. Gould, knt. and John Shorter,
knt. dec. then and there the evil difpofed peii'ons as aforefaid
unlawfully afTembled and gathered together, with force and
arms, &c. riotoufly, routoufly, unlawfully and feditioufly for
the fpace of three hours did excite, * move, perfuade and pro-*p .q
cure to diflurb the peace of the faid lord the kino', and to ^04.
commit the faid riot ; and then and there for the whole time
-aforefaid, in theGuildhall of London aforefaid, in the parifhand
ward aforefaid, with force and arms, &c. riotoufly, loutoufly,
unl.iwfully, tumultuoufly and feditioufly did make and ftir up,
and caufe to be made, great difturbance, clamour, lior, and
terrible and unufual noifc, in contempt of the faid lord the
now king, and of his law.s to the mahifelt difturbance and
violation of his peace, to the great danger of provoking and
Indidlmenis for Riots, Routs, &c.
moving of tumult, and the fhedtiing of much blood there, to
the great terror, difquiet and tear of all the liege fubjefts of
the laid lord the nrVw king, to the evil example of all others in
the like cafe offending, and againft the peace of the faid lord
ProceC=; the now king his crown fnd dignity, &c. Whereupon the faid
prayed. attorney-general of the faid lord the now king, prays ih^ con-
lideration of the court here in the premilfes, and that due
procef? of law may be awarded againft them the faid T. Pil-
Venire to kington, S. bhute, Ford, lord Giey, T. Gould, knt. and J.
anlwei Shoi ter, knt. &.C. iu this behalf, to make them to anfwer to
awarded, ^j^^. j-.^jj ^^^^ ^j^^ king, of and touching the premifles, &c.
Whereupon the Iheriffs of the city of London are commanded
that they caufe them to come to anfwer, &c. and now to wit,
on the Wednefday next after three weeks, from the day oi the
- appear. Moly Trinity, before the lord the king at Weftminfter, come
the faid T. Pilkington, J. Shute and Richard Goodenough, by
BenedicI: Brown, their attoiney, and having heard the infoima-
Not guilty, tion alorefaid, they fevcrally fay that ihey are not guilty there-
of, and ofthis put themfelves fevcrally upon the country, and
the faid Robert Sawyer, knt. attorney-general of the laid lord
the now king, who for the lord the king in this behalf profe-
cute-s doth the like, &c. and thereupon the faid attorney-ge-
neral of the laid lord the now king, faith, and to the court
Venire di- ^^^^ Ihews, that T. Pilkington and S. Shute, efqrj. two of the
rcfted tothe defendants aiorefaid, at prefent are fheriffs of the city oi Lon-
fheriffs, don aforefaid, neverthelefs he the faid attorney-general of the
though de-falj lojfl the now king, prays the wilt of venire faciatis the
fendants. ^^; j j^^^ ^^^ y^^^^ ^^^ ^^ diredled to the faid fheriffs of London,
that they caufe to come before the king, twelve, &c. to try
the ilTues atorefaid, between the faid lord the king, and the
laid parlies above in the form aiorefaid joined, and becaufe the
faid delcndams do not gainfay this, therefore the fheriffs of
the city of London, are commanded that they caufe to come
be lore the faid lord the king, from the day of St. Michael in
three Weeks, wherefoever, &c. twelve, &;c. by whom, &c. and
who, <lkc. to recognize, &c. becaufe as well, &c. the fame day
is given as well to the faid Robert Sawyer, knt. who piofecutes
as to the laid T. P. S. S. and R. G. At which three weeks of
St. Michael, before the faid lord the king, come as well the
faid Robert Sawyer, knt. who profecutes, &c. as the faid T. P.
Non mife- g g_ ^^d R. G. by their attorney ai'brefald, and the ffieriffs of
runt breve. L^^jj^jon have not fent the writ thereupon, therefore as before
let a jury come thereupon, before the faid lord the king, at
the o(Save of St. Hilary, wherefoever, &.c. by whom, &c. and
wiio, &c. Â«o recognize, becaufe as well, &c. the liime day is
given as well to the faid Robert Sawyer, knt. who profecutes
as to the faid T. P. S. S. and R. G. at which oflavc of St.
Hilary, before the faid lord the king at Weftminfter, come as
well the faid Robert Sawyer, km. who profecutes, &c. as the
IiidiÂ£lmcnts for Riots, Routs, &c.
iaid T. P. S. S. and R. G. by their attorney aforefaid, and
Ford, lord Grey, H.Corniih, T. Gold, knt. J. Shorrer, knt.
and T. Player, ' knt. <Scc. in like manner come by b. B. their* P. iS^*
attorney, and having heard the information aforefaid, feverally
fay that they are not guilty thereof, and of this in like manner
leverally put theml'elvcs upon the country ; and the faid Robert
Sawyer, knt. attorney-general of the faid lord the now king,
who for the faid lord the nov; king in this behalf profccutes, .
doth the like, and therefore as before, let a jury come the c awarded
upon betoie the lord the king, at the 0(flave ot the purification
oi the bleffed Virgin Mary, whereibevcr, &c. by whom, d:c.
who neither, &c. to recognize, &c. becaufs as well, &c. the
lame day is given as well to the faid Robert Sav/ycr, knt. who
prolecutes, &c. as to the faid T. P. >S. S. R. G. Ford, lord
Grey, &c. at which odlave of the purification of the blefled
Virgin Mary, come as well the faid R. Sawyer, knt. who pro-
fccutes, &c, as the faid T. P. S. S. R. G. Ford, lord Grey,
H. C. T. G. knt. &c. by their attorney aforefaid; and the Return of
flierifFs of the city of London, return the names of twelve'''- veniro.
jurors, of whom none, &.c. therefore the fberiffi are command-
ed, that they diltrain them by all their lands, &c. and that ofr,,! â€¢
the iiiues, &c. and that he may have their bodies beiore the^^yafjej
fild lord the king, fiom the day of Eailer in five weeks, vvheie-
foever, &c. or before the beloved and faithful of the lord the
king, Edward Saunders, knt. chief jultice of the; faid lord the
king, affigned to hold plea: before the king himfelf, if he ihall
firlt come c^n Tuel'day next after one month of Eafter, at the
Guildhall of the city of Lond')n, according to the form of
the llatute, &c. for the defa ilt of jurors, &c. therefore let
the fheriffs have their bodies, &c. to recognize in tlie form
aforeiaid, Sec. the fame day is given as well to the f-iid Robert
Sawyer, knt. who profccutes, &;c. as to the faid T. F. S. S.
R. G. Ford, lord Giey, H. C. T. G. knt &c. at which five
weeks of Eafter in this term, beiore the lord the king, at
Weftminfter, come as well the faid R. S- knt. who profccutes,
&c. as the faid T. P. S. S. R. G. F. lord Grey, H. C. &c.
by their attorney af)refaid, and tlfb faid chief jitftice before
whom, &c. hath fent here his record before him had in thefe
words. Afterwards, at the day and place within cOHtaincd before Poflea.
the within named Edv/ard Saunders, knt. the chief juflice of
the faid lord the king within written, Eduard Watir, gent,
being a-ffociated to him by the form of the ftatate, come as
well the within named Robert Sawyer, knt. attorney-general
of the faid lord the now kii.^, who profccutes, ^kc. as the faid
T. P. S. S. R. G. F. lord G, H. C. Sec. by their attorney
within written, and the jurors of the jury wheieof mention
is within made being called, come and are fworn upon that
jury. And thereupon public proclamation for our lord ^^^^ p|.jj^]j|^^^
icing being mad%?s is the cuflom, that if there was any onc;io,>,
F f who
Indidnicms for Riots, Routs, &c.
"wno would infvyrm the faid chief juftice of the faid lord the
king, or the ferjeant at law of thr laid lord the king, or the
jtttoiney-otDeral of the faid lord the kij^g, or the jury afpre-
faid, concerning the rr.atters within contained, that he fliould
come forth and ihould be heard, and thereupon George Jef-
fieys, knight and Baronet, on belialf of the faid lord the king,
offered himfelf to do this, whereupon it"\va5 proceeded by the
cou)t here to the taking of the jury aforefaid, by the faid ja-rj
now appearing, who being elcdted, tried and fworn to fpeak
the truth concerning the matters within contained, fay upon
V A-/^ iheir oath aforefaid, that the faid T. Gould, knt. J. Brooks,
YÂ«rdiÂ«. -VV. Miller, T. Charleton, D. Newman, J. Jekyl, the youn-
ger, B. Alfop, M. Aleriton, J. Trenchard and J. Byfield, are
not cuilty, riorisany of them guilty of the premifles in the
*p^ l86. * i/iformation in the faid record ir.entionedj as within by plead-
ing they have alledged. And the jury aforefaid upon their
oath afortlaid further fay, that the faid Thomas Pilkington,
S. Shute, Ford, lord Grey, T. Player, knt. S. Bethel, elquire,
F. Jcnks, J. Deagle, K. Fiee:r.an, R. Goodenough, R. Hay,
J, Wickham, S. Symmock and J. Jekyl, the elder, are guilty,
and each and every of them is guilty of the premifles in the
jnformatini: within written mentioned, as by the faid Informa-
tion within, agaiaft them is fuppcfcd, therefore, tec.
The trial of the dej'sndanti upon this ififlrmation, lefore the lord
cJiiej f'u/hce Samidcrs, is in the State Trials, vol. 3. fil j3. â€” /^nd
Sir BarthrJomezv Shcrcver in, the id I'd. of his reports., fil. 262. fays
'* Ihat then z'jas a challenge to the array, iecavfe 710 kn'-ght zcas rs-
turntd on the panr.el, as thin ou^^ht to have heen^ (the lord Grey i'eiv.g
a peer of the realm) and that the chief jujixe was of opinion that it
tiuas a (^oodcutfc of challenge, but it appears by the trial that the
ehaUengs zoas ovrr-rulcl, for that ?/ cuild 7ist be pleaded at niji
Ths King againft Stro'de.
Michaelmas, 3 2d Charles II.
for a riot, Mlddlefe>:, ) HP ^-^T One Effex Strode, late of the parilh of
and break- -j'^ yj\^^ jj* X ot. Margaret, Weilminlter, in the county
SK Â°f Middlefex, efquire, Ferdinand Burleigh, late of the pa-
ths'ambaf- ^'''â– ^ afciefaid, ia the couhtj aforefaid, gent, (and feveral others
fador frcm particulailv
Indi(^ments for Riots, Routs, kc.
particularly named) together with divers other inalcfaflorj tOthe Du'-vcof
the faid attorney-geneial oi the iiiid lord the king, as ytt un- Savoy, and
inovvn, on the Sth day of July, in the 32d year of the reign 'a^int; from
of the lord Charity the 2d, by the grace of God, of England, "'J"^'J^,
Sec ting, (S>-.c. at the parifti of St. Martin in the field?, in the^*^"^* ***Â°
county oi Middltfex aftTCiaid, with force and arms, &c. un-
lawfully, riotfufly and rontoully did afTcmble, unite and gather
themlelvcs tngtiher, todiftiirb the peace of the faicl lord the
now king, and then and there fo being affcmhled ?nd collecfled,
T.'ith force and arms, &c. rioioully, routoully and unlawfiillY
the doors ot the manfion-houfe oi the molt noble Lewis Joicph
Turnett, count of Portengue in Pifdmrnt, in parts beyond
the it-as, envoy extraordinary fent from his royal highnefs the
Duke of Savov, to onr faid lord Charles the 2d, of England,
&c. king defender cf the fiith, &c. did break down, and the
laid houfe, the doors being fo broken down, with force and
arms, 6cc, unlawfully, riotoufly and routoufly did break and
â‚¬nter, and the goods and houlhold furniture of the faid Lev.'is
Jofeph Turnett, count of Portengue, being envoy as aforefaid,
then and there found, with force and arms, 6ic. riotoufly, rout-
oufly and unlawfully did take and carry av/ay, and him the laid
Lewis Jofeph Turnett, count of P. being envoy as aforefaid,
for a long time to wit, from the Sth ' day of July, in ihc:Â»32d * P. 187
year, &c. aforefaid, until the nth day of the fame month of
July, with force and arms, &. unlawfully, riotoufly and rout-
oufly from the poffeflion of the fsid houfe did expel and keep
outj and "other wrongs to him did, to the evil example of .all
others in the like caie offending, and againft ti>Â«: peace of the
/Jid lord the now king his crown and dignity, &;c. where-
â– ;as a tri'il at bar on this uifirrnatlon^ And ths defcn/^ant
, _j . ^, . -.. of JViJiminJltr^
(the defendant S'.rode biin^ Ivgh-haiUff ef JVe/im'ni/Icr ) luf the c-.t/rt
ever ruled the ev deuce as infujpcient, and h.ll this to be a ri.t. This
<afe IS rcfiorttd, 2 Shov/er 149.
F f 3 l.cJiJI.ni^niJ
rndi6lmcnti for Affaults and Woundings.
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Indiciments for AJfauIts and Woundings.
The King aganift Goftwick, and others.