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No. v. tin. Norfolk, to wit: Francis Golding, clerk, in his proper
person demandeth against David Edwards, esquire, two mefDemand suages, two gardens, three hundred acres of land, one hundred againit the acres of meadow, two hundred acres of pafture, and fifty acres
of wood, with the appurtenances, in Dale, as his right and inheritance, and into which the said David hath not entry, unless after the diffeisin, which Hugh Hunt thereof unjustly,
and without judgment, hath made to the aforesaid Francis, withCount.
in thirty years now lait past. And whereupon he faith, that he himself was feised of the tenements aforelaid, with the appurtenances, in his demesne as of fee and right, in time of peace,
in the time of the lord the king that now is, by taking the Efples. profits thereof to the value [*of fix shillings and eight pence,
and more, in rents, corn, and grass :) and into which (the said
David hath not entry, unless as aforesaid :) and thereupon be Defence of bringeth suit, (and good proof]. And the said David in his the tenant.
proper person comes and defendeth his right, when (and where Voucher. it hall behove him,) and thereupon voucheth to warranty “Wasranty. ~ John Barker, esquire ; who is at present here in court in his
proper person, and the tenements aforesaid with the appurte
« nances to him freely warranteth, (and prays that the faid “Demand “ Francis may count against him). Ind hereupon the said ** againftthe « Francis demandeth againft the said John, tenant by his own «« vouchee.
warranty, the tenements aforesaid with the appurtenances, in "Count. “ form aforesaid, &c. And whereupon he faith, that he him
" self was feised of the tenements aforesaid with the appurte“ nances, in his demesne as of fee and right, in time of peace, « in the time of the lord the king that now is, by taking the
“ profits thereof to the value, &c. And into which, &c. And “Defence « thereupon he bringeth suit, &c. and the aforesaid John, te 4 of the
“ nant by his own warranty, defends his right, when, &c. and “ vouchee. “ Second
“ thereupon he further voucheth to warranty" Jacob Morland; si voucher. who is present here in court in his proper person, and the tene. Warranty. ments aforesaid, with the appurtenances, to him freely warrant
eth, &c. And hereupon the said Francis demandeth againft Demand the said Jacob, tenant by his own warranty, the tenements afore. againit the said, with the appurtenances, in form aforesaid, &c. And where
upon he faith, that he himself was seised of the tenements vouchee. Count.
aforesaid, with the appartenances, in his demesne as of fee and right, in time of peace, in the time of the lord the king that
now is, by taking the profits thereof to the value, &c. And Defence of into which, &c. And thereupon he bringeth fuit, &c. the common the aforesaid Jacob, tenant by his own warranty, defends his vouchce.
right, when, &c. And faith that the aforesaid Hugh did not
disfeile the aforesaid Francis of the tenements aforefaid, as the Plea, nul
aforesaid Francis by his writ and count aforesaid above doth fupe de freifi.
The clauses, between books, are no otherwise expressed in the record than by an &6.
pose: and of this he puts himself upon the country, and the No. V.
the common Jacob, though solemnly called, cometh not again, but hath de
vouchce. parted in contempt of the court, and maketh default. Therefore it is condidered, that the aforesaid Francis do recover his seisin
Judgment against the aforesaid David of the tenements aforesaid, with the for the de. appurtenances : and that the said David have of the land of the mandant. aforesaid “ John, to the value (of the tenements aforesaid ;]
value. “ and further, that the said John, have of the land of the said Jacob to the value (of the tenements aforesaid.) And the said Jacob in mercy. And hereupon the said Francis prays a writ Amerce. of the lord the king, to be directed to the sheriff of the county ment, aforesaid, to cause him to have full seisin of the tenements aforesaid with the appurtenances: and it is granted unto him, Award of returnable here without delay. Afterwards, that is to say, the writ of the twenty-eighth day of November in this fame term, here reifin, and cometh the said Francis in his proper person ; and the sheriff, return. namely fir Charles Thompson, knight, now fendeth, that he by virtue of the writ aforesaid to him directed, on the twentyfourth day of the same month, did cause the said Francis to have full seisin of the tenements aforesaid with the appurtenances, as he was commanded. all and Angular which pre- Exemplifi. mises, at the request of the said Francis, by the tenor of these cation conpresents we have held good to be exemplified. In testimony whereof we have caused our seal, appointed for sealing writs in the bench aforesaid, to be affixed to these presents. Witness Tefte. fir John Willes, knight, at Westminster, the twenty-eighth day of November, in the twenty-first year of our reign.
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