Middlesex Sessions:
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October 1711

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Image 84 of 10923rd November 1711

Middlx ss

To Simon Harcourt< no role > Esqr Clerke of the Peace for the County
of Middlx aforesaid or his Deputy

Wm Snelling< no role >

Whereas Benja. Girle< no role > of Bow in the parish of St Dunston Stepney
in the said County of Middlx Carpenter andKing of [..]
End Old Towne in the Parish of St Dunstan Stepney aforesd. Ma [..]
were by Recognizance bearing date theday of
last past taken befofre the Worshipfull William Snelling< no role > Esqr . one of the
Majties. Justices of the Peace of this County for the appearance of the
abovenamed Benja. Girle< no role > at the then nextSessions of the
Peace to be holden for the County aforesaid at Hicks, Hall in St. John
Street then and there to Answer his Comtempt in not obeying a Warrant
of Comitment under the hand and Seal of the said William Snelling< no role > Esqr .
whereby Mary Lee< no role > and Elizabeth Debuke< no role > were comited to Newgate
upon suspition of Picking the Pocket of William March< no role > of Silver
Watch and for carrying them before Roger Smith< no role > Esqr . one other of
her Majties. Said Justices of the Peace for the said County of Middlx
who look Baile for them Etc. Which was done by the said Benja. Grile< no role > through
Inadvertency Etc

Wm Benson< no role >

And for that the said Benja. Girle< no role > did not appear at the said
Sessions according to the Tenure of the said Recognizance Soe
that the same in become forfeited to the Queen and the penalty therein
menconed to be levyed, And for that it appears unto us whose hands &
Seals are hereunto sett Two of her Majties. Justices of the Peace of the
County of Middlx (Qur un) that the said Mary Lee< no role > & Elizabeth Debuke< no role >
have been since taken & tryed for the said Offence and the sd Debu [..]
convicted of felony and reced Judgemt. of Death and the Said Mary [..]
was acquited, and for other good reasons Shewed unto us that the since
Recognizance Should not be Estreated into her Majties. Exchequer

These are therefore to desire you to for bear Estreating the
said Recognizance into her Majties. Exchequer untill the next Sessions
a further Order and that in the near time you doe respite the Same
accordingly Etc And for yor. Soe doing this shall be yor. Warrant Etc Given
under my hand seal this 23d of November Anno Dom 1711

deb. 19s:61d

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