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"fine to the Lord the King)."4 AND 'HEREUPON the said Richard, by tas attorney aforesaid, prayeth a writ of the Lord the King, lo be directed to the sheriff of the county aforesaid, to cause him to have possession ot his term aforesaid yet to come, of and in the tenements atoresaid, with the appartenances; and it is granted unto him, retumable before the Lord the King on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, wheresoever he shall then be in England. At which day before the Lord the King, at Westminster, cometh the said Richard, by his attorney aforesaid ; and the sheriff, that is to say, Sir Thomas Peeve, Knighi, now sendeth, that he by virtue of the writ aforesaid to him directed, on the ninth day of June last past, did cause the said Richard to have his possession of his term aforesaid yet to come, of and in the tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenances, as he was commanded.

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Proceedings on an Action of Debt in the Court of Common Pleas;

removed into the King's Bench by Writ of Error.

Precipe.

Sect. 1. Originals GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the sheriff of Oxfordshire, greeting; COMMAND Charles Long, late of Burford, gentleman, that justly and without delay he tender to William Burton two hundred pounds, which he owes him and nnjustly detains, as he saith. And unless he shall so do, and if the said William shall make you secure of prosecuting his claim, then summon by good summoners ihe aforesaid Charles, that he be before our justices, at Westminster, on the octave of Saint Hilary, to show wherefore he bath not done it. And have you there then the summoners, and this writ. WITNESS Ourself at Westininster, the twenty-fourth day of December, in the twentycighth year of our reign. Pledges of John Doe.

Summoners of the ROGER MORRIS. prosecu- RICHARD ROE.

within named

HENRY JOHNBON, tion.

Charles Long,

Shortiros To

Sect. 2. Process.

Attachment. GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France,

and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the sheriff

of Oxfordshire, greeting. Put by gage and safe pledges Charles Pom

Long, late of Burford, gentleman, that he be before our justices at Westminster, on the octave of the purification of the blessed Mary, to answer to William Burton of a plea, that he render to him two hundred pounds which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith ; and to show wherefore he was not before our justices at Westminster on the octave of Saint Hilary, as he was summoned. And have there then the names of the pledges and this writ. WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the twenty-third day of January, in the

twenty-eighth year of our reign. Sherio's robuurt

es Long Rower

is attached by Pledges, ROBERT TANNER. Dutningas. GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, [*xiv) and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the sheriti

of Oxfordshire, greeting. We command you, that you distrein Charles Long, late of Burford, gentleman, by all his lands and chattels within your bailiwick, so that neither he nor any one through him may vay hands on the same, until you shall receive from us another coin. mand thereupon ; and that you answer to us of the issues of the same; and that you have his body before our justices at Westminster froma

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the day of Easter in fifteen days, to answer to William Burton of a No. ILL. plea, thu he render to him (wo hundred pounds which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith, and to hear his judgment of his many defaults. WITNESS, Sir Joha Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the twelfth day of February, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign.

The within named Charles Long fath nothing in my bailiwick, turn. Nihil whereby he may be distreined.

GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Copios and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff spondendum. of Oxfordshire greeting. We command you, that you make Charles Long, late of Burford, gentleman, if he may be found in your bailiwickim and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before our justices ar Westminster from the day of Easter in five weeks, to answer to William Burton, gentleman, of a plea, that he render lo him two hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith; and whereupon you have returned to our justices au Westminster, that the said Charles hath nothing in your bailiwick, whereby he may be distreined. And have you there then this writ. WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the sixteenth day of April, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign.

Sheriff's ro The within named Charles Long is not found in my bailiwick.

GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Testatum co and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff pios. of Berkshire, greeting. We command you, that you take Charles Long, late of Burford, gentleman, if he may be found in your bailiwiek, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before our justices a: Westminster, on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, to answer to William Burton, Gentleman, of a plea, that he render to bim !wo hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith; justices at Westminster, at a certain day now past,

that the aforesaid [sv] Charles is not found in his bailiwick; and thereupon it is testified in our said Court, that the aforesaid Charles lurks, wanders, and runs about in your county. And have you there then ihis writ.' WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the seventh day of May, in the lwenty-eighth year of our reign.

By virtue of this writ to me directed, I have taken the body of the Sherit's ro within named Charles Long; which I have ready at the day and place within contained, according as by this writ it is commanded me. Or, upon the Return of Non est inventus upon the first Capias, the Plaintiff may sue out an Alias and a Pluries, and thence proceed to

Oullawry: thus : George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Alias capricios and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff of Oxfordshire greeting. We command you as formerly we commanded you, that you take Charles Long, fate of Burford, Gentleman, if he may be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before our justices at Westminster, on the morrow of ihe Holy Trinity, to answer to William Burion, Gentleman, of a plea, that he render to him two hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith. And have you there then this writ. WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the seventh day of Mav, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign.

Shertil's ro

tum. No The within named Charles Long is not found in my bailiwick.

inventwe GEORGE ihe Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Plunu ce and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the SI eriff pias of Oxfordshire greeting. We command you, as we have more than

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Sheriff's return. Non en inventus.

tum.

No. III once commanded you, that you take Charles Long, late of Burture.

Gentleman, if he may be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before our justices at Westminster, from the day of the Holy Trinity in three weeks, to answer to Willian Burton, Gentleman, of a plea, that he render to him two hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith. And have you there then this writ. Witness, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the thirtieth day of May, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign

The within named Charles Long is not found in my bailiwick. [*xvi 1 GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Brigi facias. and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff

of Oxfordshire greeting. We command you, that you caus. Charles Long, late of Burford, Gentleman, to be required from county court to county court, until, according to the law and custom of our realm of England, he be outlawed, if he doth not appear: and 'he doth appear, then take him and cause him to be safely kept, so that you may have his body before our justices at Westminster, on the morrow of All Souls, to answer to William Burtun, Gentleman, of a plea, lhat he render to him two hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith; and whereupon you have returned to our justices at Wesiminster, from the day of the Holy Trinity in three weeks, that he is not found in your bailiwick. And have you there then this writ. WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the eighteenth day

of June, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign. Morld's ro By virtue of this writ to me directed, at my county court held at Primo erectus. Oxford, in the county of Oxford, on Thursday the twenty-first day ot

June, in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of the Lord the King within

written, the within named Charles Long was required the first time, Secundo esgot- and did not appear: and at my county conrt held at Oxford afuresaid,

on Thursday the twenty-fourth day of July in the year aforesaid, the

said Charles Long was required the second time, and did not appear: Tortio saactus. and at my county court held at Oxford aforesaid, on Thursday the

twenty-first day of August in the year aforesaid, the said Charles

Long was required the third time, and did not appear: and at my Quarto exact county court held at Oxford afuresaid, on Thursday the eighteenth

day of September in the year aforesaid, the said Charles Long was re

quired the fourth time, and did not appear: and at my county court Quinto exact held at Oxford aforesaid, on Thursday the sixteenth day of October

in the year aforesaid, the said Charles Long was required the fifth Ideo útlagatus. time, and did not appear: therefore the said Charles Long, by the

judgment of the coroners of the said Lord the King, of the county aforesaid, according to the law and custom of the kingdom of Eng

land, is outlawed. Writ of pro

GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, glamation

and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff of Oxfordshire, greeting. WHEREAS by our wrii we have lately commanded you that you should cause Charles Long, late of Burlord, Gen.

tleman, to be required from county court to county court, uniil, ac(vii) cording to the law and custom of our realm of England he should be

outlawed, if he did not appear: and if he did appear, then that you should iake him and cause him to be safely kepi, so that you might have his body before our justices at Westminster, on the morrow of All Souls, to answer to William Burton, Gentleman, of a plea, that he render to him two hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly detains, as he saith: THEREFORE we command you, by virtue of the statute in the thirty-first year of the Lady Elizabeth, late Queen of England, made and provided, that you cause the said Charles Long to be proclaimed upon three several days according to the form of that stalute; (whereof one proclamation shall be made at or near the most usual door of the church of the parish wherein he inhabits) that he render himself unto you; so that you may have his body before our justices at Westminster at the day aforesaid, to answer the said Wil. liam Bunon of the plea aforesaid. And have you there then this wou WITNESS, Sir John Willes, Knight, at Westminster, the eighteenth' No. IIL day of June, in the iwenty-eighth year of our reign.

By virtue of this writ to me directed, at my county court held at Ox. Sheriff's ro ford, in the county of Oxford, on Thursday the tiventy-sixth day of turn

Proclamart June, in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of the Lord the King with.

feci in written, I caused to be proclaimed the first time; and at the general quarter sessions of the peace, held at Oxford aforesaid, on Tuesday the titleenth day of July in the year aforesaid, I caused to be proclaimed the second time; and at the most usual door of the church of Burford within written, on Sunday the third day of August in the year aforesaid, inmediaiely after divine service, one month at the least before the within named Charles Long was required the fifth time, I caused to be proclaimed the third time, that the said Charles Long should render himself unto me, as within it is commanded me.

GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Capras notilor and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff getum. of Berkshire greeting. We command you, that you omit not by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you take Charles Long, lale of Burford in the county of Oxford, Gentleinan, (being outlawed in the said county of Oxford, on Thursday the sixteenth day of October last past, at the suit of William Burton, Gentleman, of a plea of debt, as the Sheriff of Oxfordshire aforesaid returned to our justices at Westminster on the morrow of All Souls then next ensuing) if the said Charles Long may be found in your bailiwick; and him safely keep, so that you may have his body before our justices at Westminster from the [*xviii1 day of St. Martin in fifteen days to do and receive what our Court shall consider concerning him in this behalf. WITNESS, Sir John Wil les, Knight, at Westminster, the sixth day of November, in the twen:yninth year of our reign.

By virtue of this writ to me directed, I have taken the body of the Sheriff's ro within named Charles Long; which I have ready at the day and place tum: within contained, according as by this writ it is commanded me.

Cepi corpus

Sect. 3. Bill of MIDDLESEX, and Latitat thereupon in the Court of

KING's BENCH.

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Middlesex, THE SHERIFF is commanded that he take Charles Long, Bill of Middle

to wil. late of Burford, in the county of Oxford, if he may be sex for tres ! found in his bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that he may have bis pass body before the Lord the King at Westminster, on Wednesday next after fifteen days of Easter, to answer William Burton, Gentleman, of a plea of trespass ; (AND ALSO to a bill of the said William against the Ac etiam aforesaid Charles, for two hundred pounds of debt, according to the in debt. custom of the court of the said Lord the King, before the King himself so be exhibited ;) and that he have there then this precept.

Sheriff's ro

turn. Non The within named Charles Long is not found in my bailiwick.

George the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, Lasitai. and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff of Berkshire, greeting; WHEREAS we lately commanded our Sheriff of Middlesex that he should take Charles Long, late of Burford, in the county of Oxford, if he might be found in his bailiwick, and him safely seep, so that he might be before us at Westminster, at a certain day now past, to answer unto William Burton, Gentleman, of a piea of trespass; (AND ALSO to a bill of the said William againsi the aforesaid de atican Charles, for two hundred pounds of debt, according to the custom of our court, before us u be exhibited;) and our said Sheriff of Middlesex at that day returned to us that the aforesaid Charles was not found in his

† Note, that sect. 3. and 4. are the pally differ from that of the Court of moral method of process, to compel an Common Pleas; the subsequent stages appearance in the Courts of King's of proceeding being nearly alike in Bench and Exchequer; in which the them all. practice of those courts does princi

tom.

No. III. bailiwick; whereupon on the behalf of the aforesaid William in our

court before us it is sufficienily auested that the aforesaid Charles lurks

and runs about in your county: THEREFORE we command you, ihal 1 'xix] you take him if he may be found

in your bailiwick, and hím safely keep, so that you may have his body before us at Westminster, on Tuesday next after five weeks of Easter, to answer the aforesaid Wil" liam of the plea (and bill) aforesaid; and have you there then this writ. WITNESS, Sir Dudley Ryder, Knight, at Westminster, the eighteenth

day of April, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign. Ment's ro By virtue of this writ to me directed, I have taken the body of the

within named Charles Long; which I have ready at the day and place Copi corpus

within contained, according as by this writ it is commanded me.

Sect. 4. Writ of Quo Minus in the EXCHEQUER. GEORGE the Second, by the grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland King, Defender of the Faith, and so forth; to the Sheriff of Berkshire, greeling. We command you, that you omil not by reason of any liberty of your county, but that you enter the same, and take Charles Long, late of Burlord, in the county of Oxford, Gentleman, wheresoever he shall be found in your bailiwick, and him safely keep, so that you may have his bouly before the Barons of our Exchequer at Westninsler, on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, to answer William Burton, our debtor of a plea, that he render to him iwo hundred pounds, which he owes him and unjustly, detains, whereby be is the less able to satisfy us the debts which he owes us at our said Exchequer, as be saith he can reasonably show that the same he ought to render: and

have you there this writ. WITNESS, Sir Thomas Parker, Knight, ai West

minster, the sixth day of May, in the twenty-eighth year of our reign. Shorld's ro By virtue of this writ to me directed, I have taken the body of the

within named Charles Long; which I have ready before the barons Copi corpus within written, according as within it is commanded me. Seot. 6. Spiecial Bail, on the Arrest of the Defendant, pursuant to the

TESTATUM CAPIs, in page xiv. Bal bond ta KNOW ALL Men by these presents, that we Charles Long, of Burford, theo sharik. in the county of Oxford, Gentleman, Peter Hamond, of Bix, in the said

county, Yeoman, and Edward Thomlinson, of Woodstock, in the said county, innholder, are held and firmly bound 10 Christopher Jones, Esquire, Sheriff of the County of Berks, in four hundred pounds of lawful money of Great Britain, to be paid to the said sheriff, or his cer, tain allorney, executors, administrators, or assigns; for which payment

well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves and each of us by himself ('xl for the whole and in gross, our and every of our heirs, executors, ang

administrators, firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals. Dated the fifteenth day of May, in the iweniy-eighth year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Second, by the grace of God, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, and so forth, and in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and fifty-five.

THE CONDITION of this abligation is such, that if the above bounden
Charles Long do appear before the justices of our sovereign Lord the
King, at Westminster, on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, to answer
William Burton, Gentleman, of a plea of debt of iwo hundred pounds,
shen thiş obligation shall be void and of none effect, or else shall be and
femain in full force and virtue,
Sealed and delivered, being first CHARLES LONG, (L. S.)

duly stamped, in the presence PETER HAMOND. (L. 8.)
of

EDWARD THOMLINSON. (L, S.!
HENRY Shaw.

TIMOTHY GRIFFITH, nooogntrance You Charles Long do acknowledge to owę unto she plaintif fow

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